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  • WAUGH, Evelyn
    OFFICERS AND GENTLEMEN.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Chapman & Hall, 1955. Navy cloth. Ink owner name at front, yellowing to page edges, VG otherwise. Jacket has small chips at ends of slightly darkened spine, yellowing to rear panel, price-clpped, VG otherwiswe. Sword of Honor # 2.; Octavo.

    Book ID: 41587
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  • LINKLATER, Eric
    PRIVATE ANGELO

    Edition: First Canadian Edition

    Toronto: Cape, 1946. Beige cloth. Light yellowing to page edges, else fine. Orange portion of jacket spine very lightly sunned, minor rubbing at edges, else fine. A humorous picaresque WWII novel about an Italian soldier, by the noted Scottish writer.

    Book ID: 40960
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  • LINKLATER, Eric
    PRIVATE ANGELO

    Edition: First Canadian Edition

    Toronto: Cape, 1946. Advance uncorrected proof in plain buff card covers. Very light yellowing to page edges, small soft crease to upper outer corner of first few leaves, else fine. Very scarce.

    Book ID: 40961
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  • KENNEDY, Ludovic
    PURSUIT.The Chase and Sinking of the Battleship Bismarck.

    Edition: First US Edition

    New York: Viking, 1974. Cloth and boards, endpaper maps. 254, (2) pp + plates. Index. Sunning to upper and lower margin of sides, else fine. Near fine jacket has one half inch tear to front panel.

    Book ID: 9801
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  • COPP, Terry
    THE BRIGADE. The Fifth Canadian Infantry Brigade, 1939-1945

    Edition: First Edition

    Stoney Creek, Ontario: Fortress Publications, 1992. Quarto. Light blue boards, gilt spine title. pp [4], iv, 208. Maps and photos in text. Fine in jacket, no owner names. A narrative history of the Fifth Canadian Infantry Brigade. "... a narrative in the sense that I have taken a wide variety of source material and fashioned a "story" about a group of Canadian soldiers." - from the Preface. 0919195164

    Book ID: 28717
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  • CLEARY, Jon
    THE CLIMATE OF COURAGE

    Edition: First printing

    London: Collins, 1954. Dark pink cloth. 320 pp. Yellowing to page edges and lightly to inner margins of free endpapers, else fine, no owner names. Dust jacket has a two inch creased tear to rear panel internally tape repaied; small chips to spine tips; generally VG otherwise, colours bright. Export issue jacket, with no printed flap price. "12/6" lightly rubber stamped on front free endpaper. A novel of WWII Australian soldiers.; Octavo

    Book ID: 24859
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  • TUCKER, Gilbert Norman
    THE NAVAL SERVICE OF CANADA. Its Official History. Volume I. Origins and Early Years. Volume II. Activities on Shore During the Second World War. Published under the Authority of the Minister of National Defence.

    Edition: First Edition

    Ottawa: King's Printer, 1952. Two volumes, octavo, blue cloth stamped in gilt. [2], xii, 436; (xiv), 579, [1] pp. Numerous maps, plates (some in colour). Ex high school library copy: rubber stamps to lower outer corner of both title pages; small ink name to front free endpapers; tape residue to pastedowns and to covers; volume I lacks the rear free endpaper; rear inner hinge of volume II is cracked and repaired with clear tape; the books are otherwise VG, clean and unworn. The dust jacket of volume I has a taped label to lower spine, minor rubbing, VG otherwise. Jacket of volume II has residue of label to lower spine, some rubbing and light sunning to spine, VG otherwise. Note: 3.5 kg parcel, extra postage will be required.

    Book ID: 14748
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  • MACINNES, Colin
    TO THE VICTOR THE SPOILS

    Edition: First printing

    London: Macgibbon & Kee, 1950. Octavo, brick cloth. Spine darkened, with gilt lettering dulled ; yellowing to page edges and endpapers; small ink name at front; a bit leaned; else a VG clean, tight and unworn jacketless copy. Author's uncommon first book, a novel based on his wartime experiences.

    Book ID: 40948
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  • WAUGH, Evelyn
    UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER. The Conclusion of Men at Arms and Officers and Gentlemen.

    Edition: First printing

    London: Chapman & Hall, 1961. Dark blue cloth. Light yellowing to fore edges, light sunning to blue top page edges, very small bump to lower outer corner of rear cover, else fine, no owner names. Dust jacket has slight yellowing, dust soiling, to rear panel; very light spine yellowing, mainly fine otherwise, flap price intact, no chips or tears. The final novel of the Sword of Honour trilogy about World War II.

    Book ID: 31744
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