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A Short History of the Units administered by the Kent Territorial & Auxiliary Forces Association. 1st Ed., orig. printed card wraps., 88pp. (inc. adverts), several photos. Published & Produced by Reid-Hamilton Publishers. nd (c.1950).  #56424
[HLMainPic] The "Official Handbook" to the Territorial & Auxiliary Forces of the County of kent, c.1950, inc. details of various local Artillery, Engineer, RAMC, REME &c. units. VG ex-IWM. Scarce. See illustration on our website.   £35
The Dress Distinctions of the 11th Hussars (P.A.O.) 1st Ed., [36]pp., orig. printed wraps., oblong 4to, dup. typescript text, approx. 100 sketches/drawings of badges &c. Cambridge: Langridge's Military Editions. 1960  #61562
[HLMainPic] Line drawings of badges & accoutrements. Good source, near fine & scarce. See illustrations on our website.   £25
The Dress Distinctions of the 3rd Carabineers (P.O.W.D.G.) 1st Ed., [36]pp., orig. printed wraps., oblong 4to, dup. typescript text, approx. 100 sketches/drawings of badges &c. Cambridge: Langridge's Military Editions. 1962  #61557
[HLMainPic] Line drawings of badges & accoutrements. Good source, near fine & scarce. See illustrations on our website.   £25
The Dress Distinctions of the 4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards. 1st Ed., [36]pp., orig. printed wraps., oblong 4to, dup. typescript text, approx. 100 sketches/drawings of badges &c. Cambridge: Langridge's Military Editions. 1961  #61555
[HLMainPic] Line drawings of badges & accoutrements. Good source, near fine & scarce. See illustrations on our website.   £25
The Dress Distinctions of the 7th Queen's Own Hussars As Worn at the Time of the Amalgamation of the Regiment in 1958. 1st Ed., [36]pp., orig. printed wraps., oblong 4to, dup. typescript text, approx. 100 sketches/drawings of badges &c. Cambridge: Langridge's Military Editions. 1959  #61559
[HLMainPic] Line drawings of badges & accoutrements. Good source, near fine & scarce. See illustrations on our website.   £25
The Dress Distinctions of the 9th Queen's Royal Lancers. 1st Ed., [36]pp., orig. printed wraps., oblong 4to, dup. typescript text, approx. 100 sketches/drawings of badges &c. Cambridge: Langridge's Military Editions. 1962  #61565
[HLMainPic] Line drawings of badges & accoutrements. Good source, near fine & scarce. See illustrations on our website.   £25
The Dress Distinctions of the Queen's Bays (2nd Dragoon Guards.) 1st Ed., [36]pp., orig. printed wraps., oblong 4to, dup. typescript text, approx. 100 sketches/drawings of badges &c. Cambridge: Langridge's Military Editions. 1960  #61556
[HLMainPic] Line drawings of badges & accoutrements. Good source, near fine & scarce. See illustrations on our website.   £25
The Dress Distinctions of the Queen's Own Hussars. 1st Ed., [36]pp., orig. printed wraps., oblong 4to, dup. typescript text, approx. 100 sketches/drawings of badges &c. Cambridge: Langridge's Military Editions. 1960  #61558
[HLMainPic] Line drawings of badges & accoutrements. Good source, near fine & scarce. See illustrations on our website.   £25
The Dress Distinctions of the XII Royal Lancers. 1st Ed., [36]pp., orig. printed wraps., oblong 4to, dup. typescript text, approx. 100 sketches/drawings of badges &c. Cambridge: Langridge's Military Editions. 1960  #61564
[HLMainPic] Line drawings of badges & accoutrements. Good source, near fine & scarce. See illustrations on our website.   £25
WRIGHT (Capt. Peter E.) At the Supreme War Council. 1st USA Ed. (with new Preface by the author), [vi]+201pp., 8 portraits, fldg. map. NY: Putnam. 1921  #52892
[HLMainPic] Wright was an Assistant Secretary at the Military Section, involved with forward planning & predicting military requirements ahead, & Ian Beckett (in 'The First World War & British Military History') suggests that he only avoided "prosecution for revealing the deliberations of the SWC largely because it was felt that action would also have to be taken against FM Lord French..." Falls condemned it as an attack on Haig & eulogy of Foch & Henry Wilson, saying "in military matters he is a light-weight." This edition includes a new specially written Preface in which the author responds to the "many & hostile critics" who had greeted the publication of the book in England. Also contains portraits of war leaders not present in the UK Ed. Orig. dark maroon cloth, gilt, sp. dull & hinges a little pulled o/w VG with author's presentation inscrip. & monograph on half title: "To Tess From the Author. PEW." See illustrations on our website.   £30

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