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T.E. LAWRENCE TO HIS BIOGRAPHERS, ROBERT GRAVES AND LIDDELL HART.

T.E. LAWRENCE TO HIS BIOGRAPHERS, ROBERT GRAVES AND LIDDELL HART.

by Lawrence, T.E.

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London: Cassell, 1963. 260 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H). B&w frontispiece. "Robert Graves and Basil Liddell Hart wrote the only two authorized biographies of T.E. Lawrence during his lifetime. Both knew the man well and at the time of his death on May 11th, 1935, their association with him had grown into understanding based on sympathetic knowledge and respect Yet the two had never met; Lawrence kept his friendships sealed off from one another as far as he was able. While engaged on their biographies, both wrote frequent letters asking him for elucidation of particular events and sent typescripts for his comments and corrections. Liddell Hart met him frequently for informal talks. After Lawrence's death, both made selections from the material in their possession which they thought best illustrated his character and qualities, and in 1939 published them in two companion volumes as a limited edition. Now, twenty-four years later, it is possible to republish these selections in a single… Read more
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T-34 IN ACTION.  SQUADRON/SIGNAL ARMOR NO. 20.

T-34 IN ACTION. SQUADRON/SIGNAL ARMOR NO. 20.

by Zaloga, Steven and Grandsen, James.

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9780897471121
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0897471121
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Carrollton, Texas: Squadron/Signal, 1981. 50 pp, oblong (8 1/4" H x 11" D). B&w photographs, drawings/diagrams, 2 pages color profiles. Contents: Introduction; T-34 1940; The T-34 Enters Combat; The Battle of the Factories; T-34 Model 1942; T-34 Model 1943; T-34-85; T-34-85 in Production; Support T-34s; Self-Propelled Guns; Post-War; T-44 and Later. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light edge wear, light rubbing, small soft crease on rear cover, small ghost sticker mark on front cover.. Stapled in Wraps. Very Good. Illus. by Don Greer and Steven Zaloga..
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T-34/85.  SERIA "POD LUPA" 102.

T-34/85. SERIA "POD LUPA" 102.

by Skulski, Przemyslaw.

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9788386153442
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838615344X
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Wroclaw: Ace, 1999. 35 pp, 11 3/4" H, (stapled in wraps). Illustrated in colour and b&w with photographs, drawings and profiles. ***The main text is in Polish,*** with an English summary and description of the colour drawings on the covers. Many of the b&w drawings have bilingual captions. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright. . Soft Cover. Fine.
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TAIL-END CHARLIE.  ONE MAN'S JOURNEY THROUGH A WAR.

TAIL-END CHARLIE. ONE MAN'S JOURNEY THROUGH A WAR.

by Wainwright, John.

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0333230477
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London: Macmillan, London, 1978., 1978. 187 pp, 8vo (8 1/8" H). *Ex-library.* "The story of one man's journey through a war - including the funny bits, frightening bits and idiotic bits. That is how John Wainwright approaches the subject of how he came to fly - and to survive - no less than seventy-two night bombing raids in Lancasters in the second world war. It was theoretically seventy-three raids - but he explains the circumstances that made the number officially even greater than it really was. On all these missions he flew as Rear-Gunner. As an introduction to this daunting experience he tells of his short adult working life in 'civvy street' before the Air Force claimed him. But the book is about flying, the crew he flew with, some individual raids, perhaps above all his direct and down-to-earth recollections of 'what it was like'. John Wainwright does not deal in heroics, 'stiff upper lips', the tradition of much recent writing about the war. Factual… Read more
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TAKE ME TO THE MOON!

TAKE ME TO THE MOON!

by Murdocca, Sal, story and pictures by.

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Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, New York, (1976), Ist edition. Unpaginated, 8vo (8 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Illustrated throughout with Murdocca's humorous color drawings. "When the Queen demands a trip to the moon, her courtiers do their best to obey her. But the project seems hopeless until Theresa the dragon arrives. How Theresa helps out is a surprise that will tickle the reader's funny bone. And the adventures in space of this self-centered Queen and her bumbling crew will keep laughs coming all the way to the unexpected ending. "This is NOT a former library book, although a gold publisher's label around the dust jacket spine states "Library Edition" - this refers to the sturdy binding and there are no library markings. Very light edge wear, slight fading to spine color. Dust jacket is price-clipped, light edge wear/wrinkling, small area of surface paper loss at top edge of rear panel, light rubbing. VG/G+.
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A TALE OF TWO CITIES.

A TALE OF TWO CITIES.

by Dickens, Charles.

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London: Collins Clear-Type Press 456 pp, 16mo (6 1/8" H). Thin burgundy leather over card covers/spine - gold lettering and decoration on spine, top edge gilt. Burgundy endpapers, sepiatone illustrations, including frontispiece, ribbon bookmark. **No dustjacket or slipcase.** A tale of treachery, vengeance, love and self-sacrifice set during the Reign of Terror in revolutionary France - "It was the best ot times, it was the worst of times, - ". Light browning to fore-edge and bottom edge of text block, light edge wear - more at corners, slight fading to spine colour.. Full-Leather. Very Good. Illus. by A.A. Dixon..
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TALES FROM THE ARABIAN NIGHTS.
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TALES FROM THE ARABIAN NIGHTS.

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London: Ward, Lock 340 pp + 4 pp of publisher's advertisements, 8 3/8" H. No date. Green cloth with black lettering/decoration on spine, black lettering/borders and colour pastedown on front board. Pictorial endpapers, 48 colour plates (including frontispiece) - all present. Contents: Introduction; Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves; Sindbad the Sailor; Aladdin: or the Wonderful Lamp; The Sleeper Awakened; The Enchanted Horse; The Talkative Barber. Previous owner's bookplate in the corner of the front free endpaper, two places where there is a slight separation between the page gatherings but still holding firmly in the binding, small edge tear archivally taped at the top of one of the advertisement pages, very light to light browning in the margins of the pages, heavy browning to the edges of the text block with some small light stains on the top and light shelf wear on the bottom, slight lean to the spine, moderate edge rubbing, wrinkling to the top and bottom of the spine with a small… Read more
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TALES FROM A DUGOUT.

TALES FROM A DUGOUT.

by Empey, Arthur Guy.

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New York: Century, 1918. 269 pp, small 8vo (7 1/2" H) - red cloth with black lettering and decoration on spine and front board. The author's reminiscences of time in the trenches during World War I. An American serving at the time with British 'Tommies', he also wrote 'Over the Top' and other books about his experiences. Contents: Jim - Soldier of the King; The Pacifist; Private Ginger; The Lone Tree Sentinel; Christmas in a Dugout; A Siren of the Boches; Winning a D.C.M.; The Fusilier Giants Under Fire; "Blighty! - What Hopes?"; Rounding Up Spies; "Horses for France". Front inside hinge weak with split paper but holding well, small edge tear (archivally taped) on title page, book cracked at pages 94/95 - lightly cracked at four other locations, book lightly cocked, top of textblock is dust soiled, fore-edge and bottom of textblock are lightly browned, light soiling on bottom of textblock, light wrinkling/wear at top/bottom of spine, slight fading to spine… Read more
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THE TALES OF AERON.  1. THE COPPER CROWN.  2. THE THRONE OF SCONE.  3. THE SILVER BRANCH.  THE...
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THE TALES OF AERON. 1. THE COPPER CROWN. 2. THE THRONE OF SCONE. 3. THE SILVER BRANCH. THE FIRST THREE NOVELS OF THE KELTIAD.

by Kennealy, Patricia. (Patricia Kennealy-Morrison).

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New York: Signet / ROC, 1986. 3 volume set - 7" H. The first three novels of the Keltiad, forming the Tales of Aeron or The Aeron Sequence. 1. The Copper Crown - 428 pp, 1986 1st Signet printing, ISBN 0451143949. "When lore became legend on ancient Earth and the powers of magic waned, the Kelts and their allies fled the planet for the freedom of distant star realms. But the stars were home to dangerous foes and millennia later, the worlds of Keltia still maintained uneasy truce with two enemy empires - the Imperium and the Phalanx. Then, at the start of the reign of Aeron, mistress of high magic and queen of all the Kelts an Earthship made contact with her long-fled children. And while Earth and Keltia reached out to form alliance, the star fleets of the enemy mobilized for final devastating war." 2. The Throne of Scone - 380 pp, 1987 7th ROC printing, ISBN 0451450515. "Aeron, Queen of the Kelts, has fled to the stars on a deperate mission to find the fabled Thirteen Treasure of… Read more
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TALES OF FRESH-WATER FISHING.

TALES OF FRESH-WATER FISHING.

by Grey, Zane.

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9780498077890
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0498077896
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South Brunswick: A.S. Barnes, 1971. 277 pp, 8vo (8 1/2" H). "(This book) was first published in 1928, and has now been reprinted in a new format. With the flick of his rod and a twist of his pen, this well-known sportsman-novelist takes you with him on his trips through inland waters. From Pennsylvania to Oregon, from the calm waters of the Delware to the rushing torrents of the Klamath River, Mr. Grey casts and strikes his way. Salmon, black bass, and steelhead trout come tumbling to his line, though none too easily. There are many disappointments and many battles lost. The author tells stories of his fishing adventures with excitement and zeal. His vivid descriptions of the places he fished and the people he fished with are filled with enthusiasm. You'll learn about his techniques for outwitting the piscatorial species and the variety of baits he experimented with. You'll read about the many types of reels and rods, and those that he used. Come with Zane Grey as he takes… Read more
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TALES OF NORWAY FOR CHILDREN.

TALES OF NORWAY FOR CHILDREN.

by Christianson, Nora D.

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New York: Vantage Press, 1955. 75 pp, 81/8" H. B&w illustrations. "Here are exciting tales of Norway's giants and dwarfs, of the kind little nisse, the ugly troll, the horrible draug, the invisible huldre folke. From the beautiful Norseland's dim past and from recent adventures there, (the author) has collected an enchanting group of 'tall tales' to delight America's boys and girls. (She) has visited the old haunts of Norway's legendary 'little people'. She has seen the mysterious stone carvings and other actual physical evidence of strange, unexplained events of long ago in the land of the Norsemen. Some of these stories Mrs. Christianson heard as a child as she sat by her grandmother, who related the old tales to the accompaniement of her spinning wheel. Some she heard directly from the lips of present-day Norwegian farmers and fishermen." Minor edge wear, slight bump at bottom of rear hinge. Dust jacket has moderate edge wear/wrinkling, is… Read more
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TALES OF THE PUNJAB.  TOLD BY THE PEOPLE.

TALES OF THE PUNJAB. TOLD BY THE PEOPLE.

by Steel, Flora Annie. With notes by R.C. Temple.

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9780370012711
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0370012712
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London: Bodley Head, 1984. 310 pp, 9 5/8" H. B&w illustrations. "This collection of Indian folk tales was made by an Englishwoman who went to India with her husband in 1867 and lived there for twenty-two years. The stories, almost all taken from the oral versions of local storytellers, were compiled with a 'double intention' - to interest children and to provide material for those studying folklore - and her collection still fulfills both these aims admirably. The simple, lively tales are excellent for reading aloud and are of particular appeal for parents, teachers and librarians seeking stories for children accustomed to Eastern traditions." Interior - very small crease at top corner of pages 1 to 30 otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - two small corner creases, light soiling/browning to bottom of text block, small bump at bottom of front hinge, small crease at bottom edge of rear cover. . Reprint. Soft Cover. Very Good -. Illus. by… Read more
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TALES OF THE AMBER RING.

TALES OF THE AMBER RING.

by May, Milos. Translated by Vladimir Varecha.

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9780856135316
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0856135313
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London: B. Mitchell / Orbis, 1985. 191 pp, 11 1/4" H. Translated from the Czech. Colour and b&w illustrations throughout. "These marvellous tales come from the faraway Baltic countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, as well as from Finland. They are full of earthy humour as well as heroism and romance. They range from court to farmyard, from heaven to hell. the characters are unusually true to life, even unexpectedly so. God Himself is portrayed as being sometimes grumpy, sometimes angry, and very human. The Devil and his cohorts appear frequently, sometimes tricking men, more often being tricked by them. One intriguing aspect of these stories is the way so many of them lead on to another: just as you think you have reached the end, something new happens, and the protagonist is off again. These are among the most intriguing tales ever set down for children, because they do not end with simple morals or easy solutions. Each story creates a world of its own, one which you are… Read more
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TALKS ON BOOK-COLLECTING.  DELIVERED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE ANTIQUARIAN BOOKSELLERS'...

TALKS ON BOOK-COLLECTING. DELIVERED UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE ANTIQUARIAN BOOKSELLERS' ASSOCIATION.

by Muir, P.H., Editor. P.H. Muir, E.P. Goldschmidt, Simon Nowell-Smith, John Carter, Howard M. Nixon, Ifan Kyrle-Fletcher & Ernest Weil.

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London: Cassell, 1952. 105 pp, 9 3/4" H. B&w plates. Contents: Preface; The Nature and Scope of Book-Collecting, by P.H. Muir; The Period Before Printing, by E.P. Goldschmidt; The Language of Book-Collecting, by Simon Nowell-Smith; Fashions in Book-Collecting, by John Carter; Binding and Binders, by Howard M. Nixon; Milestones of Civilization, by Ernest Weil; The Theatre for Collectors, by Ifan Kyrle Fletcher. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, gift inscription in ink from 1952 on front free endpaper, very light browning to edges of text block, soft corner crease on last page, light small bump at three corners, very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, very light edge wear. Dust jacket has light to moderate browning on spine, flap-folds and edges; edge wrinkling and a few very small edge chips - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds; 1"x2" piece clipped from bottom of front flap; 2" tear at top of front panel with old tape residue has now been… Read more
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THE TAMARACK REVIEW.  SUMMER 1966.  ISSUE 40.

THE TAMARACK REVIEW. SUMMER 1966. ISSUE 40.

by Godfrey, Dave; Gotlieb, Phyllis; Bowering, George; Waddington, Miriam; Trottier, Pierre; Kattan, Naim; Turnbull, Gael; Roberts, Philip; Kilbourn, Elizabeth; McCormack, Robert, Dufy, Dennis; Johnston, George; Fisher, Douglas; Rotstein, Abraham; et al

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Toronto: Tamarack Review, 1966. 96 pp, 8 1/2" H. Contents: The Hard-headed Collector, by Dave Godfrey; Six Poems, by Phyllis Gotlieb; The Elevator, by George Bowering; Two Poems, by Miriam Waddington; Four Poems (translated by G.V. Downes), by Pierre Trottier; Montreal and French-Canadian Culture, by Naim Kattan; Riel, by Gael Turnbull; Six Poems, by Philip Roberts; The Art Scene '66, by Elizabeth Kilbourn; Interpretations, by Robert McCormack; Beautiful Beginners, by Dennis Dufy; Newfoundland Viking, by George Johnston; Foreign Affairs, by Douglas Fisher; Canadian Affluence, by Abraham Rotstein; Goodbye Humphrey, by Diana Goldsborough; A Find, by John Robert Colombo; Contributors. The back cover, sponsored by Hudson's Bay Company, features two poems by Alden Nowlan - 'Midnight of the First Snow' and 'The Spy'. Interior - tiny bump to bottom corner of first few pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - wrinkling on spine, minor edgewear… Read more
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THE TAMARACK REVIEW.  AUTUMN 1965.  ISSUE 37.

THE TAMARACK REVIEW. AUTUMN 1965. ISSUE 37.

by Hood, Hugh; Hornyansky, Michael; Callaghan, Barry; Ford, R.A.D.; Wilson, Jack Lowther; Finnigan, Joan; Kattan, Naim; Bowering, George; Watt, F.W.; Verthuy, Mair; Maclennan, Hugh, Beckwith, John, Grosskurth, Phyllis, Weaver, Robert.

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Toronto: Tamarack Review, 1965. 112 pp, 8 1/2" H. Contents: The Holy Man, by Hugh Hood; The Truth of Fables, by Michael Hornyansky; An Interview with Marie-Claire Blais, by Barry Callaghan; Recent Russian Poetry, by R.A.D. Ford; Singing, by Jack Lowther Wilson; Five Poems, by Joan Finnigan; Montreal Letter, by Naim Kattan; Windigo, by George Bowering; A Thank-you Letter, for E's Lovely Breasts, by F.W. Watt; Defeat, by Mair Verthuy; Two Books on Canada, by Hugh Maclennan; Wanda Landowska, by John Beckwith; Wilson's O Canada, by Phyllis Grosskurth; Money and Power On the Run, by Robert Weaver; Letter; Contributors. Interior - small bump to top corner of first few pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - wrinkling on spine, minor edgewear to covers, light wear at top/bottom of spine, a few small soft creases on rear cover, small crease at top corner of front cover, very light rubbing, minor soiling, very light browning to edges of textblock and covers,… Read more
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THE TAMARACK REVIEW.  WINTER 1966.  ISSUE NUMBER 38.

THE TAMARACK REVIEW. WINTER 1966. ISSUE NUMBER 38.

by Weaver, Robert, editor. (Daryl Hine, Austin C. Clarke, Anton Van Dalen, Hayden Carruth, George Jonas, Dave Godfrey, Heinz Fischer, Janice Tyrwhitt, Alfred Purdy, W.L. Morton, Robindra Biswas, John Robert Colombo, Phyllis Grosskurth, Robert Weaver.)

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Tamarack Review, Toronto, 1966. 112 pp, 8 1/2" H, soft cover. B&w drawings. Contents: Defunctive Music: A Play for Radio, by Daryl Hine; Give Us This Day; and Forgive Us, by Austin C. Clarke; Twelve Drawings, by Anton Van Dalen; Projection No. One, by Hayden Carruth; Seven Poems , by George Jonas; Letters from Africa, to an American Negro, by Dave Godfrey; Pablo Neruda: Four Authorized Translations, by Heinz Fischer; Clarke Closes In, by Janice Tyrwhitt; Dylan, by Alfred Purdy; A Hopeful Portent, by W.L. Morton; F o u r C a n a d i an Novels, by Robindra Biswas; The 'Recent Unpleasantness', by John Robert Colombo; A Triumph, by Phyllis Grosskurth; Fair Exchange, by Robert Weaver; Letters; Contributors. Poem by A.W. Purdy, 'Arctic Rhododendrons', on rear cov er . I n te ri or - s ma ll crease/bump to top of first few and last few pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - light wrinkling on spine, minor edge wear to covers, light wear at… Read more
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THE TAMARACK REVIEW.  SUMMER 1964.  ISSUE 32.

THE TAMARACK REVIEW. SUMMER 1964. ISSUE 32.

by Gellier, Allen; Laurence, Margaret; Smith, A.J.M.; Taaffe, Gerald; Jonas, George; Coles, D.L.; Jean-Louis, Don; Waddington, Miriam; Bauer, Walter; Murray, Alex L.

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Toronto: Tamarack Review, 1965. 104 pp, 8 1/2" H. Contents: An Interview with Ralph Ellison, by Allen Geller; A Queen in Thebes, by Margaret Laurence; In Memoriam: E.J.P., by A.J.M. Smith; The Fall & Rise of the Old Cite Libre, by Gerald Taaffe; Five Poems, by George Jonas; A Door in a River, by D.L. Coles; Drawings, by Don Jean-Louis; Four Poems, by Miriam Waddington; Six Poems, by Walter Bauer (translated by Humphrey Milnes); The Alienated Intellectual, by Alex L. Murray. Interior - very small bump to top and bottom corner of textblock, very light browning to inside edges of covers, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - wrinkling and tiny scuffs on spine, minor edgewear to covers, faint watermark at top 1" of spine, light wear at top/bottom of spine, a few small soft creases on covers, very light rubbing, minor soiling, very light browning to edges of textblock and covers, very small bump at top of spine, book slightly cocked. . Soft Cover. Good.
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TANGLEWOOD TALES.

TANGLEWOOD TALES.

by Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Introduction by Alastair Kennedy.

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London: Collins Clear-Type Press 313 pp , 16mo (6 1/8" H), thin burgundy leather over card covers/spine - gold lettering and decoration on spine, top edge gilt - in slipcase. Burgundy endpapers, sepiatone plates, including frontispiece, additional small b&w illustrations, decorated title page. Hawthorne's retelling of Greek myths for children. Contents: Introduction; Foreword; The Minotaur; The Pygmies; The Dragon's Teeth; Circe's Palace; The Pomegranate Seeds; The Golden Fleece. Very light browning to pages, light creasing at top corner of most pages, very light browning and foxing to fore-edge and bottom of text block, slight fading to spine colour, very light edge wear - a little more at corners, tiny tear at bottom of spine. Slipcase has some edge wear with some splits at joints - more wear at corners, slight fading to rear panel, bent at top of one side panel, top panel is not level.. Full-Leather. Very Good. Illus. by D.C. Eyles..
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TANKS AND TRENCHES:  FIRST HAND ACCOUNTS OF TANK WARFARE IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

TANKS AND TRENCHES: FIRST HAND ACCOUNTS OF TANK WARFARE IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

by Fletcher, David, editor.

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Reprint.
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Hardcover
ISBN 13
9781856279062
ISBN 10
1856279065
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London: Grange, 1996. 214 pp, large 8vo (9 3/4" H). B&w photographs. "These echoes from the early days of tank warfare give an idea of the crucial role that tanks played in breaking the murderous stalemate on the Western Front. This influence was acknowledged by friend and foe alike and, while not decisive, it certainly hastened the end of that dreadful conflict, saving thousands of Allied lives and ushering in a new era of mechanised warfare. (The editor) draws his material exclusively from the archives of the world famous Tank Museum at Bovington Camp, Dorset. His linking narrative guides us through the war, battle by battle, from 15 September 1916 to the Armistice, using firsthand accounts of the tank actions, extracts from unit war diaries and other primary sources. Many of these accounts are previously unpublished or have had limited circulation, providing us with a fresh and vivid insight into the early days of tank warfare. A wealth of original photographs showing the tanks and… Read more
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