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BEAN (C.E.W.) The Australian Imperial Force in France May 1918 to the Armistice. Hardback reprint, lxxvi+1099pp., 430 illus. & maps. VG in dw. Univ. of Queensland Press. 1983  #56272
[HLMainPic] Vol. VI of the Australian Official History. Scarce hardback reprint. VG in dw. See illustration on our website.   £35
COOPER (Bryan) Tank Battles of World War I. 1st Ed., 95pp., 97 photos., 7 maps. VG in dw. Allan. 1974  #57098
[HLMainPic] Useful precis inc. eye-witness accounts. VG in dw. See illustration on our website.   £15
CUTLACK (F.M.) The Australians: Their Final Campaign, 1918, An Account of the Concluding Operations of the Australian Divisions in France. 1st Ed., 336pp., 15 maps & plans. Sampson Low. 1919  #55642
[HLMainPic] 1918 ops. inc. Villers Bretonneux, Amiens &c. Includes tables of the infantry bns. of the five Australian divisions. Orig. red cloth, titled in black to sp. & front, little rubbed & worn, about VG & uncommon. See illustration on our website.   £75
EDMONDS (Sir James) Military Operations France & Belgium 1918 Part IV: 8th August-26th September, The Franco-British Offensive. Text (this volume not issued with mapcase), xxv+623pp., 4 fldg. maps in end-pocket, 31 sketch maps. HMSO. 1947  #58547
[HLMainPic] Battles of Amiens & Albert, advance to the Hindenburg Line &c. Orig. red cloth, gilt, ex-lib., sp. & front spotted & stained but sound & among the rarest of the France & Belgium series. See illustration on our website.   £160
RUTTER (Owen) The History of the 7th (Service) Bn. The Royal Sussex Regiment 1914-1919. 1st Ed., xix+347pp., 8 plates, 23 maps (one fldg.). For the Bn. 1934  #58723
[HLMainPic] Detailed bn. history, 12 Div. F&F 1915-18, inc. Loos, Somme, Arras, Cambrai, Amiens &c. Roll of Hon., officers' services. Orig. cloth, gilt, VG in foxed & sl. chipped dw. See illustration on our website.   £45
SNELL (Col. A.E., CMG, DSO) The C.A.M.C. With the Canadian Corps During the Last Hundred Days of the Great War. 1st Ed., ix+292pp., 4 plans. Ottawa: King's Printer. 1924  #48843
[HLMainPic] Superb & lucid record of medical arrangements during the final advance with close detail on the organisation & work of the Canadian Army Medical Corps, inc. plans of Dressing Stations & CCS, but unfortunately lacking end-pocket maps. Roll of MOs with the Canadian Corps, Order of Battle &c. "an important source for the specialist researcher" - Perkins. Orig. red cloth, gilt, VG, military lib. stamp. & trace of bookplate removed from front ep o/w VG & scarce. 1000 copies printed. See illustration on our website.   £75
SOMERS (Lt.-Col. Lord, DSO, MC) The War History of the Sixth Tank Battalion. 1st Ed., vi+247pp., 8 plates. Privately printed. 1919  #58310
[HLMainPic] Engaged in 27 actions from Jan. 1917 to the armistice (inc. 3rd Ypres & Cambrai, Amiens & Hindenburg Line) with Mark IV & Medium Mark "A" tanks. Nominal roll of all ranks & roll of awards. Orig. red cloth, VG, sp. sl. faded o/w a nice copy. See illustration on our website.   £75
SOUTHERN (Lt. L.J.C.) The Bedfordshire Yeomanry in the Great War. 1st Ed., xix+146pp., fldg. map. Bedford: Rush & Warwick. 1935  #57258
[HLMainPic] France & Flanders 1915-18 inc. Somme & Cambrai, 1918 campaign &c.; Roll of Hon., awards, nominal rolls. Orig. blue cloth, gilt, somewhat rubbed/worn, about VG & rare with ink ownership inscrip. of H.J. Cook, who embarked with the regiment for F&F in 1915 & served as Sgt.-Major of the Machine Gun Section until commissioned in the regiment; rejoined as 2/Lt. in April 1916. See illustration on our website.   £125
TOWNROE (B.S.) A Pilgrim in Picardy. 1st Ed., xv+254pp., 12 plates. Chapman & Hall. 1927  #56027
[HLMainPic] "Random impressions of modern Picardy" with much on the effects of the war years & memories of the British presence. The author served with the South Lancs. Regt. & as a staff captain in the 20th (Light) Div. Orig. maroon cloth, gilt, VG. See illustration on our website.   £45
TRAVERS (Tim) How the War Was Won: Command & Technology in the British Army on the Western Front 1917-1918. 1st Ed., xviii+232pp., 11 plates, 10 maps. VG in dw. Routledge. 1992  #53723
[HLMainPic] Important, sometimes provocative, study containing much worth serious consideration on GHQ & conduct of the war from Passchendaele to the armistice. Scarce original hardback edition. See illustration on our website.   £30

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