Turner Donovan Military Books - The world’s finest selection of rare and out-of-print books on British military history from 1800 to 1945
  Stock last updated on 20 April 2021
 
   

Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Including maritime subjects, military history post -1945 &c.   71 Books
   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8   
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
Italy & Abyssinia. 1st Ed., orig. printed wraps., 53pp., 8 photos., map. Rome: Societa Edtritice di Novissima. [1936].  #58071
[HLMainPic] Rather uncommon Italian propagandist work in which she attempts to justify her colonial policy in Ethiopia via historical reference, recent events &c. VG. See illustration on our website.   £35
The Battle of Maryang San: 3rd Battalion, The Royal Australian Regiment, Korea, 2-8 October 1951. 1st Ed., orig. laminated dec. wraps., viii+136pp., 20 photos., 7 maps (6 fldg.). Balmoral, NSW: Australian Army HQ Training Command. 1991  #59729
[HLMainPic] Epic Australian battle of Korean War inc. recollections of 17 veterans. VG. See illustration on our website.   £20
British Army of the Rhine Training Centre 1946. 1st Ed., 56pp., 19 photos., 4to, large coloured fldg. map. P&SS, BAOR. Contemp.  #60194
[HLMainPic] A description of the BAOR Training Centre at Paderborn & its facilities, organisation, schools, courses, joining instructions &c. Interesting work & nicely produced, orig. red cloth, gilt & map to front, VG & rare. See illustration on our website.   £65
Memoirs of The Lord Viscount Dundee, The Highland Clans, & The Massacre of Glencoe: With An Account of Dundee Officers After They Went to France. By An Officer of the Army. New Ed., 99pp. Glasgow: Re-printed for J. Wylie & Co. by Robert Chapman. 1818  #56158
[HLMainPic] Recent qtr. brown morocco, gilt, with brown cloth covd. boards. VG thus. See illustration on our website.   £95
History of the School of Military Survey. 1st Ed., orig. printed wraps., [iii]+100+[13]pp., 20 plates. Printed by The School of Military Survey. 1983  #62078
[HLMainPic] Mainly the period 1940 (formation of the Survey Training Centre, to train personnel for service with Field Survey Companies RE) to 1980. Roll sof commandants & other officers & Warrant Officers on the staff. 500 copies printed. VG. See illustration on our website.   £25
The Army Review. Published under the direction of the Chief of the Imperial General Staff. Vol. III: July-October 1912. [iv]+x+iv+654pp., 32 photos., 11 fldg. maps, 8 sketch maps, 2 diagrams. Printed by Hartison & Sons for HMSO. Contemp.  #49551
[HLMainPic] In its time the official intellectual forum for officers of the British Army who wished to study their profession. Each issue contained articles on historical campaigns, inc. recent & ongoing, debate on the issues of the day, reviews of the latest military publications, obits. of prominent figures & so forth. This edition includes an account of the Battle of Liao-Yang (Russo-Jap. War, with 8 sketch maps), an article on wireless-telegraphy for army purposes (with photos.), various studies of tactics &c., & various matter relating to the Indian Army inc. a description of the technical troops of an Indian Division (Sappers & Miners, & Pioneers), the Cavalry School at Saugor, the (then recently established) Staff College at Quetta, the North-East Frontier & the Double-Company System in the Indian Army. Orig. red cloth, gilt, little worn, near VG & sound throughout. See illustration on our website.   £45
Regulations for His Majesty's Colonial Service. For Official Use. Orig. blue printed paper wraps., 138pp. Printed by Darling & Son Ltd. for HMSO. 1908  #54291
[HLMainPic] Issued by the Colonial Office, containing details of officers' appointments, salaries, discipline, orders of precedence, medals & decorations, salutes, regulations for official correspondence, financial accounts &c., plus appendices & index. 1000 copies printed. See illustration on our website   £35
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

   1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8   




View Order/Checkout


 

 



Terms & Conditions  - Links  - Contact Us  - Newsletter
Turner Donovan Military Books, Flat 1, 22 Florence Road, Brighton BN1 6DJ