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1 Fortescue (Hon J.W.) A History of the British Army.
thirteen volumes in twenty parts, consisting of fourteen volumes ofŻtext and six map cases, mixed editions as usual, in original red cloth, anŻattractive work (heavy set).Ż(1) First Part - To the Close of the Seven Years' War. 1899, xxxii + 591pp,Ż22 maps (5 folding).Ż(2) First Part - To the Close of the Seven Years' War. 1899, xxii + 629pp,Ż26 maps (7 folding), 2pp adverts at end.Ż(3) Second Part - From the Close of the Seven Years' War to the Second PeaceŻof Paris, 1763-1793. 1911, 2nd ed, xxviii + 631pp, 13 folding maps at endŻof volume.Ż(4) Part 1. Second Part Continued - From the Fall of the Bastille to theŻPeace of Amiens, 1789-1801. 1906, li + 598pp, 2pp adverts at end.Ż(4) Part 2. Second Part Continued - From the Fall of the Bastille to theŻPeace of Amiens, 1789-1801. 1915, 2nd ed, xviii, pagination continues toŻ967pp, 2pp adverts at end.Ż(4) Map Case. 1915, 27 folding maps.Ż(5) Second Part Continued - From the Renewal of the War to the Evacuation ofŻRio de la Plata, 1803-1807. 1910, xxiii 437pp, 17 maps (16 folding), 2ppŻadverts at end.Ż(6) From the Expedition to Egypt, 1807, to the Battle of Coruna, JanuaryŻ1809, 1807-1809. 1921, 2nd ed, xxi + 448pp, 9 folding maps.Ż(7) 1809-1810. 1912, xxii + 661pp, 2pp adverts at end of volume.Ż(7) Map Case. 1912, 18 folding maps.Ż(8) 1811-1812. 1917, xxii + 687pp.Ż(8) Map Case. 1917, 18 folding battle plans and smaller maps, 5 largerŻfolding maps.Ż(9) 1813-1814. 1920, xxv + 534pp (includes 5 appendices), 2pp adverts at endŻof volume.Ż(9) Map Case (for Vols 9 and 10). 1920, 30 folding maps.Ż(10) 1814-1815. 1920, xviii + 458pp (includes 5 appendices), 2pp adverts atŻend of volume.Ż(11) 1815-1838. 1923, xxii + 533pp, 14 folding maps, 2pp adverts at end ofŻvolume.Ż(12) 1839-1852. 1927, xxi + 578pp, 4 maps (one folding), 2pp adverts at endŻof volume.Ż(12) Map Case. 1927, 14 folding maps.Ż(13) 1852-1870. 1930, xxv + 598pp, 3 maps (one folding), 2pp adverts at endŻof volume.Ż(13) Map Case. 1930, 14 folding maps. AJS: Sir John Fortescue's monumental History of the British Army standsŻapart in the writing of British military history. It is the campaignŻhistory of the old long-service army that ended with the Cardwell reformsŻof 1870. Whilst there is some account of the army in the medieval age theŻwork concentrates on the period 1700-1870 and remains a solid andŻpermanent contribution to British and Imperial history.ŻUncommon now. 
Price: 525.00 GBP
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2 Graham (Brig-Gen C.A.L.) The History of the Indian Mountain Artillery.
1957, Aldershot, 
xv + 470pp, frontis, 15 illus, text illus, 8 folding maps, dark blue cloth, dw. AJS: In his foreword Field-Marshal The Viscount Alanbrooke says: "With a life of close on 100 years, during which hardly a year passed without taking part in some form of war, punitive expedition or frontier engagement, it is probable that the Indian Mountain Artillery saw as much, if not more, active service than any other branch of the Regiment." 
Price: 55.00 GBP
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3 Waters (Col W.H.H.) & Du Cane (Col H.) Translators. The War in South Africa Prepared in the Historical Section of the Great General Staff, Berlin.
two volumes, original decorated green cloth (heavy set).Ż(1) October 1899 to February 1900. 1904, ix + 280pp, 2 illus, 8 largeŻfolding maps (in colour).Ż(2) March 1900 to September 1900. 1906, vii + 374pp, 6 illus, 9 largeŻfolding maps (in colour). Preface: The essential object of the work is the instruction of the GermanŻofficer, and the criticisms which it contains point out, therefore, notŻonly our alledged faults and errors, but show also what, in the opinion ofŻthe Great General Staff at Berlin, we ought to have done. This celebratedŻbranch of the German army had access to various sources of informationŻboth during and after the war which were closed to us, and the work mayŻbest be left to speak for itself.ŻAJS: Translated from the original German edition this is a detailed studyŻand account of the military operations in South Africa prepared by theŻGeneral Staff, Berlin. Part I of the set concerns the campaign inŻNatal up to and including the battle of Colenso, with an account of LordŻMethuen's campaign in the west concluding with the battle ofŻMagersfontein. Part II relates to operations in the western theatre fromŻthe assumption of command by Lord Roberts until the surrender of Cronje atŻPaardeberg. With appendices to each section. 
Price: 275.00 GBP
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