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    Air Ministry.   WINGS OF THE PHOENIX. £12.00    
      The official story of the Air War in Burma.   143pp. 5 maps and 22 photographs.   Very good in chipped dw.   1949 First edition, HMSO.
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    Allen, Louis.   SITTANG:THE LAST BATTLE. £10.00    
      The End of the Japanese in Burma, July - August 1945.   267pp. Index. 8 b/w illustrations and 4 maps.   Very good in very good dw. Owner's name.   1973 Purnell Book Society.
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    Anon.   A SHORT HISTORY OF THE BURMA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. £40.00    
         134pp. There is no title page but no indication of anything having been removed. Stiff card boards with cloth backstrip.   Very good.   No date (1950s) Rangoon.
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    Anon.   BURMA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANNUAL REPORTS FOR 1955-1956. £25.00    
         83pp. List of current members and former officers back to 1877. Stiff card boards with cloth backstrip.   Very good.   No date (1950s) Rangoon.
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    Anon.   A SOUVENIR OF H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES VISIT TO INDIA 1921-22. £75.00    
         4to. Topographical photographs, photographs of provincial governors and many advertisments. A long section on Burma. No pictures of the prince.   A little wear to top and bottom of spine. Else very good in the original brown cloth.   Arratoon & Co., Calcutta.
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    Arnold, Sue.   A BURMESE LEGACY. £10.00    
      Rediscovering my Family.   210pp. By journalist with two British and two Burmese grandparents.   Fine in fine dw.   1996 First edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
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    Aung Thaw.   HISTORICAL SITES IN BURMA. £14.00    
         157pp. Index. Map. Many illustrations in colour and b/w. Card covers.   Very good in chipped dw.   1978 Second edition, Government of Burma.
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    Aung Thaw.   HISTORICAL SITES IN BURMA. £12.00    
         157pp. Index. Map. Many illustrations in colour and b/w. Card covers.   Very good in chipped dw. Section cut from blank front endpaper.   1978 Second edition, Government of Burma.
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    Aung, Maung Htin.   FOLK ELEMENTS IN BURMESE BUDDHISM. £16.00    
         140pp. Stiff card wrappers with cloth backstrip. A collectionof 9 lectures given to the Burma Research Society, Rangoon.   Very good.   No date (foreword dared 1959), Rangoon.
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    Banerjee, A.C.   THE EASTERN FRONTIER OF BRITISH INDIA. £28.00    
         516pp. Index. History of early nineteenth century penetration of Assam and Burma, 1792-1826.   Very good in very good dustwrapper.   1986 Reprint, Calcutta.
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    Barker, A.J.   THE MARCH ON DELHI. £14.00    
         302pp. Index. 23 b/w photographs and 22 maps and line illustrations. An account of the assault on India using Japanese sources. Many references to the INA.   Very good indeed in chipped dw.   1962 First edition, Faber & Faber.
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    Barker, A.J.   THE MARCH ON DELHI. £14.00    
         302pp. Index. 23 b/w photographs and 22 maps and line illustrations. An account of the assault on India using Japanese sources. Many references to the INA.   Very good.   1962 First edition, Faber & Faber.
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    Bates, H.E.   THE PURPLE PLAIN. £10.00    
         224pp. Novel set in war-time Burma.   Very good indeed. Bookplate   1947 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    Bidwell, Shelford.   THE CHINDIT WAR. £10.00    
      The Campaign in Burma 1944.   304pp. Index. 33 photographs.   Very good indeed.   1979 First edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
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    Bingham, June.   U THANT OF BURMA. £14.00    
      The Search for Peace.   256pp. Index. Much on his early life and part in the Burmese independence movement.   Fine in very good dustwrapper. An excellent copy.   1966 First edition, Gollancz.
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    Birdwood, Lieut.-Colonel Lord.   THE WORCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT 1922-1950. £35.00    
         302pp. Index. Roll of honour. 12 b/w illustrations and 8 maps. Much involvement in the Burma campaigns.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1952 Gale & Polden, Aldershot.
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    Blizard, R.Harvey.   FROM BLUE TO KHAKI. £10.00    
      Per Ardua ad…Certa Cito.   181pp. Recruited to the RAF and then with the Royal Signals in Burma.   Fine in fine dw.   1996 First edition, Pentland Press.
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    Boucaud, Andre and Louis.   BURMA'S GOLDEN TRIANGLE. £10.00    
      On the Trail of the Opium Warlords.   187pp. Paperback. 35 b/w photographs. Translated from the French. Much detail on the insurrections in the frontier provinces.   Very good.   No date (1980s) Asia Books, Bangkok.
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    Bradley, Neville.   THE OLD BURMA ROAD. £10.00    
      A Journey on Foot and Muleback.   138pp. 17 plates. The trade route from Yunnan-Fu to Bhamo in 1930.   Boards rubbed. Owner's name.   1945 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Bridges, James E.   BURMESE GRAMMAR. £24.00    
         150pp. In the original green cloth. Private library bookplate and rubber stamp mark.   Very good.   1915 British Burma Press, Rangoon.
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    Brookes, Stephen.   THROUGH THE JUNGLE OF DEATH. £14.00    
      A Boy's Escape from Wartime Burma.   254pp. 11 year old Anglo-Burmese boy escapes the Japanese on foot.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, John Murray.
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    Bruce, George.   THE BURMA WARS. £18.00    
      1824-1866.   179pp. Index. 30 b/w illustrations.   Very good in very good dw.   1973 First edition, Hart-Davis, MacGibbon.
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    Bryant, Raymond L.   THE POLITICAL ECOLOGY OF FORESTRY IN BURMA 1824-1994. £16.00    
         257pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1997 First edition, Hurst & Company.
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    Burchett, W.G.   WINGATE'S PHANTOM ARMY. £14.00    
         240pp. Folding map. Photographs. War correspondent's account.   Very good. Corners and edges a little rubbed.   1944 Second impression, Thacker & Co., Bombay.
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    Burmah Oil Company (publish).   THE MOTOR ROADS OF BURMA. £45.00    
         121pp. Folding map in rear pocket. Card covers. Sketch maps of routes showing the location of petrol pumps.   Very good.   1948 Fourth edition, Rangoon.
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    Callahan, Raymond.   BURMA 1942-1945. £16.00    
         242pp. Index. A study of strategy and politics.   Fine in very good dw.   1978 First edition, Davis-Poynter.
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    Callahan, Raymond.   BURMA 1942-1945. £21.00    
         242pp. Index. A study of strategy and politics.   Fine in fine dw.   1978 First edition, Davis-Poynter.
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    Calvert, Michael.   FIGHTING MAD. £32.00    
         224pp. 18 b/w photographs. Memoirs of Chindit commander.   Very good indeed in very good dw. An excellent copy. Small ownership label.   1964 First edition, Jarrolds.
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    Campbell, Arthur.   THE SIEGE. £10.00    
      A Story from Kohima.   211pp. Endpaper maps. 6 b/w illustrations and 4 maps in the text.   Fine in fine dw.   1956 Reprint, Allen and Unwin.
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    Campbell, Arthur.   THE SIEGE. £10.00    
      A Story from Kohima.   211pp. Endpaper maps. 6 b/w illustrations and 4 maps in the text.   Very good in very good dw. Fore-edge spotted.   1956 Reprint, Allen and Unwin.
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    Carmichael, Pat.   MOUNTAIN BATTERY. £22.00    
      Burma 1942.   246pp. 17 b/w illustartions and 9 maps.   Fine in fine dw.   1983 for the author.
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    Central Office of Information.   THE CAMPAIGN IN BURMA. £12.00    
         176pp. Light card covers. Many black and white photographs. 7 maps.   Very good indeed.   1946 First edition, HMSO.
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    Charney, Michael W.   A HISTORY OF MODERN BURMA. £13.00    
         241pp. Index. 12 b/w photographs and 3 maps. Card covers.   Fine.   2009 Cambridge University Press.
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    Chase, Dormer Augustus.   ANGLO-BURMESE HANDBOOK £43.00    
      or Guide to a Practical Knowledge of the Burmese Language   209pp. Revised by F.D.Phinney. By Lietenant in the Bengal Native Infantry.   Poor. Boards stained and binding cracked but holding.   1890 Second edition revised, American Baptist Mission Press, Rangoon.
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    Christian, John Leroy.   MODERN BURMA. £22.00    
      A Survey of Political and Economic Development.   381pp. Index. Competed just before war with Japan broke out and used as a briefing paper on Burmese affairs.   Very good. Bookplate and rubber stamps of Steel Brothers & Company.   1942 First, University of California Press, Berkeley.
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    Clements, Alan and Kean, Leslie.   BURMA'S REVOLUTION OF THE SPIRIT. £21.00    
      The Struggle for Democratic Freedom and Dignity.   112pp. 4to. Photographs mostly in colour.   Fine in fine dw.   1994 First, Aperture Books, New York.
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    Clifford, Hugh.   FURTHER INDIA being a Story of Exploration in Burma, Malaya, Siam and Indo-China. £76.00    
         378pp. Index. 47 plates. In the original green decorated cloth. The development of Western knowledge of South East Asia. Ex-college library with bookplate, spine label and a single rubber stamp mark.   Very good.   1904 First edition, Lawrence and Bullen.
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    Clifford, Hugh.   FURTHER INDIA being a Story of Exploration in Burma, Malaya, Siam and Indo-China. £22.00    
         378pp. Index. 47 plates. Rebound in plain green cloth. One plate and the map missing. The development of Western knowledge of South East Asia.   Very good.   1904 First Lawrence and Bullen.
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    Collis, Maurice.   TRIALS IN BURMA. £10.00    
         239pp. Index. His experiences as Deputy Magistrate of Rangoon. Ex-public library copy.   Very good.   1953 New edition, Faber.
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    Collis, Maurice.   SHE WAS A QUEEN. £21.00    
         301pp. Folding map. 17 plates. 13th Century Burmese history reconstructed from 19th century chronicle.   Very good. Light boards a little darkened.   1937 First edition, Faber.
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    Collis, Maurice.   THE LAND OF THE GREAT IMAGE. £12.00    
      Being Experieces of Friar Manrique in Arakan.   259pp. Index. Folding map. From Goa into Bengal and Burma in the 17th century.   Very good.   1943 Second impression, Faber.
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    Collis, Maurice.   THE LAND OF THE GREAT IMAGE. £13.00    
      Being Experieces of Friar Manrique in Arakan.   259pp. Index. Folding map. From Goa into Bengal and Burma in the 17th century.   Very good in very good dw. Owner's name.   1943 Second impression, Faber.
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    Collis, Maurice.   THE DESCENT OF THE GOD. £12.00    
         147pp. Set on the island of Manaung on the coast of Burma where the author was magistrate. In original lilac cloth with silver lettering.   A sound copy but someone has stuck a picture of flowers to the front board.   1948 First edition, Faber and Faber.
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    Collis, Maurice.   THE JOURNEY OUTWARD. £18.00    
      An Autobiography.   299pp. Index. Map. Account of his education, ICS appointment and posting to Burma.   Very good in chipped dustwrapper. Owner's name on endpaper.   1952 First edition, Faber.
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    Cooper, Ashley.   THE KHYBER CONNECTION. £10.00    
      The Furrow and the Raj.   238pp. Index. Card covers. 48 b/w photographs. Explores the multitude of links between people in rural Suffolk and the experience of India and Burma. Reminiscences and memorials illuminated by the author's travels. An unusual and interesting perspective.   Very good.   1985 First Bulmer.
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    Corley, T.A.B.   A HISTORY OF THE BURMAH OIL COMPANY. £25.00    
      Volume 2 1924-1966.   416pp. Index. 33 b/w photographs. 3 maps.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1988 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Corr, Gerard H.   THE WAR OF THE SPRINGING TIGERS. £10.00    
         200pp. Index and bibliography. Study of Subhas Chandra Bose and the Indian National Army.   Very good.   1975 First edition, Osprey.
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    Cox, E.H.M.   FARRER'S LAST JOURNEY. £95.00    
      Upper Burma, 1919-20.   244pp. Index. 28 plates of b/w photographs. Endpaper maps. Account of the plant-hunting expedition on which Farrer died.   Very good in chipped dw.   1926 First edition, Dulau & Co.
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    Cross, J.P.   A FACE LIKE A CHICKEN'S BACKSIDE. £10.00    
      An Unconventional Soldier in South-East Asia, 1948-1971.   238pp. Index. Many b/w photographs. Gurkha officer's experience in Malaya, Vietnam and Borneo.   Fine in fine dw.   1989 Guild Publishing.
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    Davis, Patrick.   A CHILD AT ARMS. £21.00    
      Echoes of War.   264pp. 6 maps. In Burma with the 4/8th Gurkha Rifles. A much-praised memoir.   Fine in chipped dw.   1970 First edition, Hutchinson.
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    Desai, W.S.   A PAGEANT OF BURMESE HISTORY. £12.00    
         314pp. Index. A very clear account of Burmese history from early times   Very good in rubbed dw.   1961 First edition, Orient Longman, Calcutta.
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    Donnison, F.S.V.   BURMA £16.00    
         263pp. Index. 27 b/w photographs. Folding map. In the 'Nations of the Modern World' series. ICS author served in Burma from 1922-46.   Fine in very good dw.   1970 First edition, Benn.
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    Donnison, F.S.V.   BURMA £10.00    
         263pp. Index. 27 b/w photographs. Folding map. In the 'Nations of the Modern World' series. ICS author served in Burma from 1922-46.   Fine.   1970 First edition, Benn.
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    Doulton, Lieut.General A.J.F.   THE FIGHTING COCK. £81.00    
      Being the History of the 23rd Indian Division 1942-1947.   318pp. Index. 14 b/w photographs and 20 maps. Service in Burma and Java.   Very good indeed in very good dw. Yellow cloth very clean and bright. Slight spotting to fore-edge.   1951 First edition, Gale & Polden, Aldershot.
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    Doulton, Lieut.General A.J.F.   THE FIGHTING COCK. £82.00    
      Being the History of the 23rd Indian Division 1942-1947.   318pp. Index. 14 b/w photographs and 20 maps. Service in Burma and Java.   Very good indeed in very good dw. Yellow cloth very clean and bright. Presentation inscription on front endpaper.   1951 First edition, Gale & Polden, Aldershot.
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    Edwardes, Michael (edits).   A LIFE OF THE BUDDHA. £12.00    
      From a Burmese Manuscript.   188pp. 8 drawings by T.J.Widdaker.   Very good in slightly rubbed slipcase.   1959 First Folio Society.
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    Eldridge, Fred.   WRATH IN BURMA. £21.00    
      The Uncensored Story of General Stillwell.   320pp. 21 b/w photographs. Endpaper maps.   Very good in slightly chipped dw.   1946 First edition, Doubleday, New York.
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    Falla, Jonathan.   TRUE LOVE AND BARTHOLOMEW. £16.00    
      Rebels on the Burmese Border.   400pp. Index. 20 photographs. Living with the Karen people.   Fine in fine dw.   1991 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    Fay, Peter Ward.   THE FORGOTTEN ARMY. £5.00    
      India's Armed Struggle for Independence 1942-1945.   573pp. Index. Full account of Bose and the INA. Seen from the individual perspectives of participants. Card covers.   Fine.   1995, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor
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    Fay, Peter Ward.   THE FORGOTTEN ARMY. £18.00    
      India's Armed Struggle for Independence 1942-1945.   573pp. Index. Full account of Bose and the INA. Seen from the individual perspectives of participants.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 First edition, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press.
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    Fellowes-Gordon, Ian.   THE BATTLE FOR NAW SENG'S KINGDOM. £16.00    
      General Stilwell's North Burma Campaign and its Aftermath.   176pp. The story of the Kachin Levies.   Very good in very good dw.   1971 First edition, Leo Cooper
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    Fergusson, Bernard.   BEYOND THE CHINDWIN. £10.00    
      Being an Account of the Adventures of Number Five Column of the Wingate Expedition into Burma, 1943.   255pp. Index. 11 photographs.   Very good in worn dustwrapper. Inscription.   1945 First edition, Collins.
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    Fink, Christina.   LIVING SILENCE. £10.00    
      Burma under Military Rule.   286pp. Index. Card covers.   Fine.   2001 Zed Books.
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    Foucar, E.C.V.   MANDALAY THE GOLDEN. £12.00    
         240pp. Index. The story of the city from its foundation to the end of the Second Word War.   Very good.   1963 First edition, Dobson.
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    Franks, Norman L.R.   FIRST IN THE INDIAN SKIES. £21.00    
         255pp. Index. 4to. The story of 31 Squadron RAF. Service on the NW Frontier, in Burma and India from 1919-1948. Profusely illustrated.   Fine in fine dw.   1981 First edition, The RAF Collection.
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    Fraser, David W. And Barbara.   MANTLES OF MERIT. £24.00    
      Chin Textiles from Myanmar, India and Bangladesh.   288pp. 4t. Index. 555 ilustrations almost all in colour.   Fine in fine dw.   2005 First edition, River Books, Bangkok.
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    Furnivall, J.S.   COLONIAL POLICY AND PRACTICE. £22.00    
      A Comparitive Study of Burma and Netherlands India.   568pp. Index. Map. Ex-college library with minimal markings. Written at the instigation of the Government of Burma, seeking to learn from Dutch practice in Indonesia.   Very good.   1948 First, at the University Press, Cambridge.
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    Ghosh, Parimal.   BRAVE MEN OF THE HILLS. £14.00    
      Resistance and Rebellion in Burma, 1825-1932.   197pp. Index. Map.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, University of Hawaii Press.
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    Ghosh, Parimal.   BRAVE MEN OF THE HILLS. £14.00    
      Resistance and Rebellion in Burma, 1825-1932.   197pp. Index. Map.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, Hurst and Company
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    Ghosh, Parimal.   BRAVE MEN OF THE HILLS. £14.00    
      Resistance and Rebellion in Burma, 1825-1932.   197pp. Index. Map.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, Hurst & Co.
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    Ghosh, Parimal.   BRAVE MEN OF THE HILLS. £14.00    
      Resistance and Rebellion in Burma, 1825-1932.   197pp. Index. Map.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, Hurst.
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    Grant, Ian Lyall.   BURMA: THE TURNING POINT. £21.00    
      The Seven Battles on the Tiddim Road which Turned the Tide of the Burma War.   255pp. Index. 48 b/w photographs and 15 maps.   Fine in fine dw. Owner's rubber stamp.   1993 First edition, The Zampi Press, Chichester.
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    Greenwood, Nicholas (edits).   SHADES OF GOLD AND SILVER. £22.00    
      Anecdotes of Colonial Burma 1886-1948.   292pp. Map in rear pocket. 9 folding illustrations. Signed by the editor. An excellent anthology.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise fine.   1998 First edition, Asian Educational Services, New Delhi.
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    Greenwood, Nicholas.   GUIDE TO BURMA. £5.00    
         224pp. Paperback. Colour photographs.   Fine.   1993 First edition, Brandt.
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    Griswold, A.B., Kim, C.H. and Pott., C.H.   BURMA KOREA TIBET. £21.00    
      Art of the World.   277pp. Index. 71 illustrations in colour tipped-in, 5 maps and many further illustrations in b/w.   Very good in very good original slipcase. Inscription.   1964 First edition, Methuen.
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    Gubelin, Dr E.   BURMA. £21.00    
      Land der Pagoden.   130pp. 4to. Text in German. With 100 colour photographs by the author, each printed on photographic paper and tipped-in.   Very good indeed.   1967 First edition, Silva-Verlag Zurich.
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    Hall, D.G.E.   EUROPE AND BURMA. £26.00    
      A Study of European relations with Burma to the Annexation of Thibaw's Kingdom 1886.   190pp. Index.   Very good indeed.   1945 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Hall, Gordon Langley.   GOLDEN BOATS FROM BURMA. £14.00    
      The story of Ann Hasseltine Judson, the first American woman missionary in Burma,   255pp. Mission to convert the Burmese in 1812.   Fine in torn dw. Owner's name.   1961 First edition, Macrae Smith, Philadelphia.
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    Hall, Gordon Langley.   GOLDEN BOATS FROM BURMA. £16.00    
      The story of Ann Hasseltine Judson, the first American woman missionary in Burma,   255pp. Mission to convert the Burmese in 1812.   Fine in very good dw.   1961 First edition, Macrae Smith, Philadelphia.
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    Hall, H.Fielding.   THE SOUL OF A PEOPLE. £21.00    
         314pp. Aspects of Burmese culture and society.   Very good.   1908 Reprint Macmillan.
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    Hall, H.Fielding.   THE SOUL OF A PEOPLE. £21.00    
         314pp. Aspects of Burmese culture and society.   Very good.   1915 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Hall, H.Fielding.   THE SOUL OF A PEOPLE. £21.00    
         314pp. Aspects of Burmese culture and society.   Very good.   1904, Reprint Macmillan.
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    Halley, David.   WITH WINGATE IN BURMA. £5.00    
         189pp. Being the Story of the Adventures of Sergeant Tony Aubrey of the King's (Liverpool) Regiment during the 1943 Wingate Expedition into Burma.   Very good. Shelf mark in white on spine. No other library markings.   1944 First edition, Hodge.
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    Harvey, G.E.   HISTORY OF BURMA £58.00    
      from the Earliest Times to 10 March 1824, the Beginning of the English Conquest.   415pp. Index. 7 illustrations and 5 coloured maps. Facsimile reprint of 1925 original.   Fine.   1967 Reprint, Octagon Books, New York.
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    Harvey, G.E.   HISTORY OF BURMA £85.00    
      from the Earliest Times to 10 March 1824, the Beginning of the English Conquest.   415pp. Index. 7 illustrations and 5 coloured maps.   Very good indeed. A lovely copy.   1925 First edition, Longmans, Green & Co.
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    Hickey, Colonel Michael   THE UNFORGETTABLE ARMY. £10.00    
      Slim's XIVth Army in Burma.   318pp. Index. 48 b/w photographs and 9 maps.   Fine in fine dw.   1992 Reprint, BCA.
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    Humphreys, Roy.   TO STOP A RISING SUN. £12.00    
      Reminiscences of Wartime India and Burma.   214pp. Index. Photographs in b/w. A collection of soldier's accounts.   Fine in fine dw.   1996 First edition, Allan Sutton.
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    Humphreys, Roy.   TO STOP A RISING SUN. £5.00    
      Reminiscences of Wartime India and Burma.   214pp. Index. Photographs in b/w. A collection of soldier's accounts. Card covers.   Fine.   1999 Allan Sutton.
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    Insight Guides.   BURMA. £5.00    
         332pp. Index. Stiff card covers. The usual mix of superb colour photography and practical information.   Very good indeed.   1981 APA Productions.
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    Johnstone, William C.   BURMA'S FOREIGN POLICY. £16.00    
      A Study in Neutralism.   339pp. Index.   Very good in very good dw.   1963 First edition, Harvard University Press.
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    Karaka, D.F.   WITH THE 14th ARMY. £21.00    
         116pp. The personal diary of Indian war correspondent who had been President of the Oxford Union.   Very good in very good dw.   1944 First edition, Thacker, Bombay.
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    Karaka, D.F.   WITH THE 14th ARMY. £12.00    
         116pp. The personal diary of Indian war correspondent who had been President of the Oxford Union.   Very good. Paper darkening.   1945 Dorothy Crisp.
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    Kelly, R.Talbot.   BURMA. £14.00    
         256pp. 32 colour plates of paintings. In blue cloth.   Very good but boards unevenly faded in remains of dustwrapper.   1933 Second edition, A & C.Black.
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    Khaing, Mi Mi.   BURMESE FAMILY. £12.00    
         138pp. Drawings. Memories of family life in Mulmein described in loving detail. Written during wartime exile in India.   A little rubbed and soiled and slack but a sound copy. Rangoon rubber stamp marks.   1946 First edition, Longmans, India.
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    Kingdon-Ward, F.   RETURN TO THE IRRAWADDY. £68.00    
         224pp. Index. 46 illustrations and a folding map. Plant-hunting in the mountains of North Burma.   Very good indeed in slightly chipped dw.   1956 First edition, Andrew Melrose.
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    Knowles, James D.   MEMOIR OF ANN H. JUDSON, MISSIONARY TO BURMAH. £16.00    
         354pp. Small 8vo. In the original cloth. Includes her eye-witness account of the British invasion of 1824.   Sone staining mainly to prelims but a sound copy.   1849 Reprint, Gould, Kendal and Lincoln, Boston.
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    Leach, E.R.   POLITICAL SYSTEMS IN HIGHLAND BURMA. £22.00    
      A Study of Kachin Social Structure.   324pp. Index.   Very good in edge-rubbed dw.   1970 Reprint, The Athlone Press.
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    Leach, E.R.   POLITICAL SYSTEMS IN HIGHLAND BURMA. £10.00    
      A Study of Kachin Social Structure.   324pp. Index. Paperback edition.   Fine. Owner's name label.   1997 Reprint, The Athlone Press.
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    Leasor, James.   THE MARINE FROM MANDALAY. £16.00    
         178pp. Royal Marine walks out of Burma to rejoin his ship.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Levy, Adrian and Scott-Clark, Cathy.   THE STONE OF HEAVEN. £12.00    
      The Secret History of Imperial Green Jade.   429pp. Index. Photographs in colour and b/w. History and travels in Burma.   Fine in fine dw.   2001 First edition, Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
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    Ling, Trevor.   BUDDHISM, IMPERIALISM AND WAR. £12.00    
      Burma and Thailand in Modern History.   163pp. Index.   Fine in very good dw.   1979 First edition, Allen & Unwin.
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    Lintner, Bertil.   BURMA IN REVOLT. £18.00    
      Opium and Insurgency since 1948.   515pp. Index. Card covers. Photographs in colour and b/w.   Fine.   1994, White Lotus, Bangkok.
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    Lunt, James.   A HELL OF A LICKING. £16.00    
      The Retreat from Burma 1941-2.25   318pp. Index. 16 b/w photographs and 8 maps.   Fine in very good dw. Inscription.   1986 First edition, Collins.
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    Lunt, James.   A HELL OF A LICKING. £16.00    
      The Retreat from Burma 1941-2.   318pp. Index. 16 b/w photographs and 8 maps.   Two rubber stamp marks on endpapers. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   1986 First edition, Collins.
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    Lunt, James.   A HELL OF A LICKING. £18.00    
      The Retreat from Burma 1941-2.   318pp. Index. 16 b/w photographs and 8 maps.   Fine in fine dw.   1986 First edition, Collins.
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    Macdonald, Denise.   MA MA HTA. £10.00    
      Burmese Headwoman - 1940s.   219pp. Card covers. Signed by the author on the title page. How a young woman managed Japanese invaders.   Fine.   2001 First edition, Om Publishing, Carlisle.
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    Mackay, R.R.   THE LAST OF THE DOZEN. £10.00    
         185pp. With the Royal Engineers in Burma and later career as a vet.   Fine in fine dw.   1996 First edition, Pentland Press.
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    Maclean, Rory.   UNDER THE DRAGON. £5.00    
      Travels in a Betrayed Land.   225pp. A return to modern Burma.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 Reprint, Harper Collins.
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    Maclean, Rory.   UNDER THE DRAGON. £10.00    
      Travels in a Betrayed Land.   225pp. Signed by the author on the title page. A return to modern Burma.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 Reprint, Harper Collins.
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    Malcolm, Ian.   INDIAN PICTURES AND PROBLEMS. £22.00    
         295pp. 50 b/w illustrations. In the original decorated boards. 115pp on Burma. The chapters of this travelogue appeared in various magazines and papers.   Very good. Edges roughly cut. Some light spotting.   1907 First edition, Grant Richards.
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    Manin, Ethel.   LAND OF THE CRESTED LION. £10.00    
      A Journey through Modern Burma.   256pp. 23 photographs. Bookclub edition.   Very good in very good dw.   No date (1950s).
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    Manin, Ethel.   LAND OF THE CRESTED LION. £10.00    
      A Journey through Modern Burma.   256pp. 23 photographs. Bookclub edition.   Very good.   No date (1950s).
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    Map.   INDIA (SOUTH SHEET); BURMA AND STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. £28.00    
         Mounted on cloth in cloth covers with tie fastening. 65 x 55cms. Plans of Bombay and Madras in lower margin. Colour printed showing Headquarters or Chief towns of districts.   Very good.   No date (1930s?) George Philip and Son Ltd.
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    Marshall, Andrew.   THE TROUSER PEOPLE. £10.00    
      A Story of Burma in the Shadow of the Empire.   308pp. Index. 30 b/w photographs. Travels observing the atrocities of the regime against the hill tribes and an account of the life and work of Sir George Scott.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First US edition, Counterpoint, Washington.
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    Marshall, Andrew.   THE TROUSER PEOPLE. £12.00    
      A Story of Burma in the Shadow of the Empire.   308pp. Index. 30 b/w photographs. Travels observing the atrocities of the regime against the hill tribes and an account of the life and work of Sir George Scott. Signed by the author on the title page.   Very good in near-fine dw.   2002 First edition, Viking.
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    Martin, Bernard.   THE PAGODA PLOT. £10.00    
         208pp. 4 b/w illustartions by Drake Brookshaw. Adventures of a youth in Burma where his father is a District Officer.   Front endpaper removed. Otherwise very good.   1948 Reprint, Thomas Nelson.
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    Mason, A.E.W.   NO OTHER TIGER. £10.00    
         312pp. Novel set in Burma.   Very good.   1927 Reprint, Hodder& Stiughton.
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    Mason, A.E.W.   NO OTHER TIGER. £10.00    
         312pp. Set in Burma. First published in 1927.   Very good.   1928 reprint Hodder
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    Maung, U Maung.   BURMESE NATIONALIST MOVEMENTS 1940-1948. £25.00    
         395pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1989 First edition, University of Hawaii Press.
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    Maung, U Maung.   BURMESE NATIONALIST MOVEMENTS 1940-1948. £16.00    
         395pp. Index.   Very good in very good dw.   1989 First edition, University of Hawaii Press.
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    Maxwell, Robert (edits).   JIMMIE STEWART - FRONTIERSMAN £12.00    
      The Edited Memoirs of Major General Sir J.M. Stewart, KCB CMG.   113pp. Index. 15 maps. 19 b/w photographs. Military service from 1883 on the Frontier and then with the Gurkhas in Burma and Tibet.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1992 First edition, Pentland Press.
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    McCrae, Alister et al.   TALES OF BURMA. £10.00    
         168pp. Card covers. Reminiscences of nine old Burma hands. Notes on the contributors.   Very good indeed.   1981 First Paisley.
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    McCrae, Alister et al.   TALES OF BURMA. £10.00    
         168pp. Card covers. Reminiscences of nine old Burma hands. Notes on the contributors.   Very good. Inscription   1981 First edition, Paisley.
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    McDonald, Angus.   THE FIVE FOOT ROAD. £10.00    
      In Search of a Vanished China.   192pp. Index. Bibliography. Illustrated with colour and black & white photographs. In 1994, author follows the 1894 route of George Ernest Morrison from China into Burma. Paperback edition.   Fine.   No date (1990s) HarperCollins.
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    McEnery, John H.   EPILOGUE IN BURMA 1945-48. £10.00    
      The Military Dimension of British Withdrawal.   160pp. Index. From the defeat of the Japanese to independence.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Spellmount, Tunbridge Wells.
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    Mirante, Edith T.   BURMESE LOOKING GLASS. £21.00    
      A Civil Rights Adventure and a Jungle Revolution.   333pp. Map.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 First, Grove Press, New York.
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    Mosley, Leonard.   GIDEON GOES TO WAR. £5.00    
      The Story of Wingate.   256pp. Index.   Very good in worn dw.   1955 First Arthur Barker.
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    Mountbatten of Burma, Vice-Admiral the Earl.   REPORT TO THE COMBINED CHIEFS OF STAFF BY THE SUPREME ALLIED COMMANDER SOUTH-EAST ASIA 1943-1945 £22.00    
         280pp. 4to. Index. 43 maps, many in colour. 7 appendices and 11 annexures. In original light card wrappers. US edition of HMSO publication of the same year and identical to it.   Some wear to edges but still a sound copy. Internally very bright.   1951 The Philosophical Library, New York.
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    Moynihan, Martin.   SOUTH OF FORT HERTZ. £35.00    
      A Tale in Rhyme.   164pp. Fort Hertz was the most northerly post in Burma. This narrative poem covers the whole course of the war. Inscribed 'Barbara Reynolds dd Martin Moynihan'.   Fine in very good dw. Name deleted from half-title.   1956 First edition, The Mitre Press.
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    Mukherjee, Aparna.   BRITISH COLONIAL POLICY IN BURMA. £21.00    
      An Aspect of Colonialism in South-East Asia 1840-1885.   559pp. Index.   Very good in chipped dw.   1988 First edition, Abhinav Publications, New Delhi.
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    Nash, Manning.   THE GOLDEN ROAD TO MODERNITY. £10.00    
      Village Life in Contemporary Burma.   333pp. Index. Field work from the University of Chicago.   Very good. Owner's name in red ink.   1965 John Wiley, New York.
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    Neild, Eric.   WITH PEGASUS IN INDIA. £31.00    
      The Story of the 153 Gurkha Parachute Battalion.   111pp. 4to. 6 maps. Service in India and Burma.   Very good indeed. Small ownership labels.   1990 The Battery Press, Nashville, Tennessee.
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    Nicholl, Charles.   BORDERLINES. £10.00    
      A Journey in Thailand and Burma.   238pp. Map.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 First edition, Secker & Warburg.
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    Nunneley, John and Tamayama, Kazuo.   TALES BY JAPANESE SOLDIERS. £16.00    
      The Burma Campaign 1942-1945.   254pp. The first book showing the Burma campaign through the eyes of Japanese participants.   Fine in fine dw   2000 First edition, Cassell.
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    Nunneley, John.   TALES FROM THE KING'S AFRICAN RIFLES. £13.00    
         213pp. Account of young lieutenant's war service in Africa and Burma. He was wounded in the Kabaw Valley in 1944.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 Reprint, Cassell.
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    O'Brien, Harriet.   FORGOTTEN LAND. £12.00    
      A Rediscovery of Burma.   249pp. Index. 15 b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1991 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    O'Brien, Terence.   THE MOONLIGHT WAR. £16.00    
      The Story of Clandestine Operations in South-East Asia 1944-45.   363pp. Index. 2 maps.   Fine in fine dw.   1987 First edition, Collins.
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    O'Connor, V.C.Scott.   THE SILKEN EAST. £76.00    
      A Record of Life and Travel in Burma.   384pp. Index. Folding map. With 200 photographs and 8 coloured plates.   Very good. Tiny split to top of spine cloth but a clean bright copy.   No date. New edition, preface dated 1928.
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    Ogburn, Charlton.   THE MARAUDERS. £10.00    
         319pp. Index. Endpaper and 4 other maps. 22 b/w photographs. A participant's story of Merrill's Marauders, 'American Chindits' fighting to keep the road to China open.   Very good.   1960 First edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
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    Ogburn, Charlton.   THE MARAUDERS. £12.00    
         319pp. Index. Endpaper and 4 other maps. 22 b/w photographs. A participant's story of Merrill's Marauders, 'American Chindits' fighting to keep the road to China open.   Very good indeed in like dw. Owner's name..   1960 First edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
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    Pennington, William.   PICK UP YOUR PARROTS AND MONKEY and Fall in facing the Boat. £10.00    
      The Life of a Boy Soldier in India.   414pp. 28 b/w photographs. The artillery in pre-war India and the Burma campaign. Life first as a boy soldier and then commissioned during the war.   Fine in fine dw.   2003 First edition, Cassell.
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    Phayre, Sir Arthur P.   HISTORY OF BURMA. £23.00    
      From the earliest times to the end of the first war with British India.   309pp. Index. Folding map. Facsimile reprint of 1883 edition.   Fine in fine dw.   1967 second edition, Augustus M.Kelly, New York.
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    Phillips, C.E.Lucas.   SPRINGBOARD TO VICTORY. £12.00    
         242pp. Index. 19 maps and diagrams and 13 plates of b/w photographs. Full account of the battle of Kohima.   Very good in rubbed dw.   1966 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Prasad, S.N et al (edit).   THE RECONQUEST OF BURMA. £145.00    
      Official History of the Indian Armed Forces in the Second World War.   In 2 vols. 467 and 539pp. 63 maps and 97 b/w photographs.   Very good indeed. One dw very good, the other with slight loss. An excellent set.   1959 Combined Inter-Services Historical Section (India and Pakistan).
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    Prendergast, John.   PRENDER'S PROGRESS. £5.00    
      A Soldier in India 1931-1947.   256pp. 22 b/w photographs. Pre-war service with the Tochi Scouts on the North West Frontier (and WW2 in Norway and Burma).   Very good indeed in like dw.   1979 First edition, Cassell.
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    Prendergast, John.   PRENDER'S PROGRESS. £12.00    
      A Soldier in India 1931-1947.   256pp. 22 b/w photographs. Pre-war service on the North West Frontier (and WW2 in Norway and Burma). Signed by the author on the title page.   Very good indeed in like dw.   1979 First edition, Cassell.
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    Prendergast, John.   PRENDER'S PROGRESS. £5.00    
      A Soldier in India 1931-1947.   256pp. 22 b/w photographs. Pre-war service on the North West Frontier (and WW2 in Norway and Burma).   Very good in very good dw.   1979 First edition, Cassell.
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    Randle, John.   BATTLE TALES FROM BURMA. £10.00    
         150pp. Index. 17 b/w photographs. Service with the Baluch Regiment throughout the war in Burma.   Fine in fine dw.   2005 Reprint, Pen & Sword Military.
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    Randle, John.   BATTLE TALES FROM BURMA. £10.00    
         150pp. Index. 17 b/w photographs. Service with the Baluch Regiment throughout the war in Burma.   Fine in fine dw.   2004 First edition, Pen & Sword Military.
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    Rodriguez, Helen.   HELEN OF BURMA. £10.00    
      The Autobiography of a Wartime Nurse.   185pp. 8 b/w photographs.   Very good in fine dw.   1983 First edition, Collins.
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    Rodriguez, Helen.   HELEN OF BURMA. £10.00    
      The Autobiography of a Wartime Nurse.   185pp. 8 b/w photographs.   Very good in fine dw.   1983 First edition, Collins.
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    Rodriguez, Helen.   HELEN OF BURMA. £4.00    
      The Autobiography of a Wartime Nurse.   185pp. 9 b/w photographs. Paperback reprint.   Fine.   1988 Corgi.
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    Rolo, Charles J.   WINGATE'S RAIDERS. £10.00    
      An Account of the Fabulous Adventure that Raised the Curtain on the Battle for Burma.   199pp. 10 b/w photographs.   Very good.   1944 First edition, Viking, New York
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    Rolo, Charles J.   WINGATE'S RAIDERS. £10.00    
      An Account of the Fabulous Adventure that Raised the Curtain on the Battle for Burma.   199pp. 10 b/w photographs.   Very good. Boards a little marked and faded.   1944 First edition, Harrap.
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    Rose, Saul.   SOCIALISM IN SOUTHERN ASIA. £6.00    
         278pp. Index. 'A study of the political parties which pursue democratic socialist aims as distinguished from the Communist groups on the one hand and the primarily Nationalist on the other.' Covers India, Burma (49pp), Pakistan, Nepal, Ceylon, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaya and Singapore   Very good in very good dw.   1959 First, Oxford University Press for the Royal Institute of International Affairs.
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    Rowan-Robinson, Major-General H.   JUNGLE WARFARE. £6.00    
         64pp. 16 b/w photographs. 'War Economy' book production.   Poor. Ink stain on rear board which has come through to the extreme inner edges of some pages.   No date (1940s) Hutchinson.
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    Sandes, Lieut.-Colonel E.W.C.   FROM PYRAMID TO PAGODA. £168.00    
      The Story of the West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales's Own) in the War 1939-1945 and Afterwards.   xiii + 306pp. Index. 4to. 2 full page portraits and 27 maps (10 folding). Service principally in Burma.   Very good in dustwrapper with a little loss to top and bottom of spine and front panel. Some light spotting to endpapers. Owner's name from 1952.   No date (1951) F.J.Parsons.
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    Sangermano, Father (translated by Tandy, William).   A DESCRIPTION OF THE BURMESE EMPIRE. £16.00    
      A Hundred Years Ago.   311pp. Index. Folding map in colour. Originally published in Rome in 1833.   Very good. Owner's name. Boards a little rubbed.   1966 Fifth edition, Susil Gupta.
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    Sangermano, Father.   A DESCRIPTION OF THE BURMESE EMPIRE. £14.00    
      A Hundred Years Ago.   311pp. Index. Facsimile reprint of 1893 edition. Introduction and Notes by John Jardine. Originally published in Rome in 1833.   In scuffed dw. Front hinge weak.   1984 reprint, B.R.Publishing Corp., Delhi.
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    Saunders, Graham.   TROPICAL INTERLUDES. £8.00    
      European Life and Society in South-East Asia.   235pp. Paperback. An anthology. Much on Burma, Malaya and Indonesia.   Fine,   1998 Oxford University Press, Kuala Lumpur.
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    Scott, Paul.   JOHNNIE SAHIB. £49.00    
         226pp. Novel of the war in Burma. His first book.   Edges dusted and spotted. Otherwise very good in complete dw.   1952 First edition, Eyre & Spotttiswoode.
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    Scott, Sir George.   BURMA. £40.00    
      A Handbook of Practical Information.   536pp. Index. Folding map. 64 photographs.   Very good apart from amateur repair to front hinge.   1921, Third edition revised, Daniel O'Connor.
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    Seagrave, Gordon S.   BURMA SURGEON. £10.00    
         159pp. Map. 20 photographs. American surgeon in wartime Burma.   Very good.   1944 Reprint Gollancz.
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    Seagrave, Gordon S.   BURMA SURGEON RETURNS. £10.00    
         205pp. 20 b/w photographs. Return to NW Burma in 1943.   Very good.   1946 First edition, Gollancz.
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    Seagrave, Gordon S.   BURMA SURGEON. £10.00    
         159pp. Map. 20 photographs. American surgeon in wartime Burma.   Very good. Wartime paper browning. Owner's name.   1944 First edition, Gollancz.
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    Seagrave, Gordon S.   BURMA SURGEON. £12.00    
         295pp. Map. 22 photographs. American surgeon in wartime Burma.   Very good.   1943 First edition, Norton, New York.
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    Seaman, Harry.   THE BATTLE AT SANGSHACK. £14.00    
      Prelude to Kohima.   148pp. Index. Participant's account of controversial action in the Assam hills.   Fine in fine dw.   1989 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Shipster, John.   MIST OVER THE RICE FIELDS. £12.00    
      A Soldier's Story of the Burma Campaign and the Korean War.   164pp. Index. 29 b/w photographs. Service in Burma with the Punjab Regiment.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Short, Stanley W.   ON BURMA'S EASTERN FRONTIER. £16.00    
         144pp. Missionary with the Shans caught up in the war.   Very good in very good dw.   1945 First edition, Marshall, Morgan and Scott.
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    Shute, Nevil.   THE CHEQUER BOARD. £13.00    
         380pp. Novel of wartime aircrew in Burma.   Very good in worn dw.   1947 First US, Morrow, New York.
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    Silverstein, Josef.   BURMA. £10.00    
      Military Rule and the Politics of Stagnation.   224pp. Index.   Fine.   1977 First edition, Cornell University Press.
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    Singer, Noel F.   OLD RANGOON: CITY OF THE SHWEDAGON. £32.00    
         214pp. 4to. Index. Excellent modern colour photography, many archive images in colour and b/w with an extensive text.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1995 First edition, Kiscadale, Sterling.
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    Sloan, W.H.   A PRACTICAL METHOD WITH THE BURMESE LANGUAGE. £43.00    
         209pp.   Cloth bubbled, stained and rubbed. Binding slack but holding.   1887 Second edition revised, American Baptist Mission Press, Rangoon.
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    Smith, E.D.   BATTLE FOR BURMA. £10.00    
         190pp. Index. 23 b/w photographs. 12 maps.   Very good in very good dw.   1979 First edition, Batsford.
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    Smyth, Sir John.   MILESTONES. £16.00    
      A Memoir.   304pp. Index. 36 b/w photographs. Memoirs of General who won the VC in France in 1915, served in seven Indian frontier campaigns with the Sikhs, and commanded the 17th Indian Division at the Sittang Bridge disaster in Burma.   Fine in slightly chipped dustwrapper.   1979 First edition, Sidgwick & Jackson.
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    Snodgrass, Major.   NARRATIVE OF THE BURMESE WAR detailing the Operations of Major-General Sir Archibald Campbell's Army.... £85.00    
         319pp. 2 engraved plates. Campaign of 1824-26. In later full leather binding with paper spine label.   Very good indeed. No foxing but the map is missing.   1827 First edition. John Murray.
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    Spurr, Russell.   LET THE TIGER TURN TAIL. £10.00    
      Spurr's War.   203pp. Many b/w photographs. He joined the Indian Army and the Royal Indian Navy and served as a war correspondent and photographer.   Fine in very good dw.   1992 First edition, Mainstream.
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    Spurr, Russell.   LET THE TIGER TURN TAIL. £12.00    
      Spurr's War.   203pp. Many b/w photographs. He joined the Indian Army and the Royal Indian Navy and served as a war correspondent and photographer.   Fine in very good dw.   1992 First edition, Mainstream.
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    Stevens, William Oliver.   DRUMMER BOY OF BURMA. £18.00    
         242pp. Drawings in b/w. A late-imperial 'juvenile'. American boy involved in late 19th century Burma wars and the capture of Mandalay.   Very good indeed in like dw.   1946 First edition, Collins.
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    Swaan, Wim,   LOST CITIES OF ASIA. £16.00    
      Ceylon, Pagan, Angkor.   176pp Index. 4to. 105 plates of which 51 are in colour. The classical cultures of Ceylon, Burma and Cambodia.   Very good in very good dw.   1966 First, Elek.
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    Sykes, Christopher.   ORDE WINGATE. £16.00    
         575pp. Index. 12 maps. Photographs.ood   Very good indeed in very good dw.   1959 First edition, Collins.
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    Sykes, Christopher.   ORDE WINGATE. £10.00    
         575pp. Index. 12 maps. Photographs.   Very good. Bookplate.   1959 First Collins.
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    Symes, Michael.   ACCOUNT OF AN EMBASSY TO THE KINGDOM OF AVA £22.00    
      sent by the Goveror-General of India in the Year 1795.   503pp. Many folding maps and drawings. Facsimile reprint of 1800 original.   Fine.   1995 Asian Educational Services, New Delhi.
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    Symes, Michael.   ACCOUNT OF AN EMBASSY TO THE KINGDOM OF AVA £65.00    
      sent by the Goveror-General of India in the Year 1795.   503pp. Many folding maps and drawings. High quality facsimile reprint of 1800 original.   Near-fine.   1969 Gregg International
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    Symes, Michael.   ACCOUNT OF AN EMBASSY TO THE KINGDOM OF AVA £60.00    
      sent by the Goveror-General of India in the Year 1795.   503pp. Many folding maps and drawings. High quality acsimile reprint of 1800 original.   Near-fine. Slight spotting to boards and edges.   1969 Gregg International
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    Taylor, Robert H (edits).   BURMA. £5.00    
      Political Economy under Military Rule.   168pp. Index. Paperback edition.   Fine.   2001 Hurst & Company.
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    Thompson, Edward.   BURMESE SILVER. £10.00    
         216pp. Novel set in the Chindwin Valley.   Very good. Boards a little faded.   1965 Reprint, Faber & Faber.
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    Thompson, Edward.   BURMESE SILVER. £12.00    
         338pp. Novel set in the Chindwin Valley.   Very good internally but spine faded and rubbed and front endpaper removed. Boards a little faded.   1937 Second impression, Faber & Faber.
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    Thompson, Julian.   WAR IN BURMA 1942-1945. £22.00    
      The Imperial War Museum Book of the   456pp. Index. 47 b/w photographs and 5 maps.   Fine in very good dw.   2002 First edition, Sidgwick & Jackson.
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    Thwe, Pascal Khoo.   FROM THE LAND OF GREEN GHOSTS. £15.00    
      A Burmese Odyssey.   304pp. Index. Tribesman from the Shan States becomes a guerilla fighter and studies English at Cambridge University. Signed by the author on the title page in Burmese and English.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First edition, Harper Collins.
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    Thwe, Pascal Khoo.   FROM THE LAND OF GREEN GHOSTS. £12.00    
      A Burmese Odyssey.   304pp. Index. Tribesman from the Shan States becomes a guerilla fighter and studies English at Cambridge University.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First edition, Harper Collins.
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    Tinker, Hugh.   THE UNION OF BURMA. £24.00    
      A Study of the First Years of Independence.   424pp. Index. Folding map.   Fine in near-fine dw. A lovely copy.   1967 Reprint, Oxford University Press.
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    Tinker, Hugh.   THE MEN WHO OVERTURNED EMPIRES. £10.00    
      Fighters, Dreames and Schemers.   272pp. Index. Includes chapters on Jinnah, Nehru and Aung San.   Fine in fine dw.   1987 First Macmillan.
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    Tinker, Hugh.   FOUNDATIONS OF LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT IN INDIA, PAKISTAN AND BURMA. £14.00    
         376pp. Index. Ex-library copy with minimal markings.   Very good.   1954 First edition, University of London, The Athlone Press.
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    Tinker, Hugh.   FOUNDATIONS OF LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT IN INDIA, PAKISTAN AND BURMA. £28.00    
         376pp. Index.   Very good in very good dw.   1954 First edition, University of London, The Athlone Press.
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    Trager, Frank N.   BURMA: £22.00    
      From Kingdom to Republic. A Historical and Political Analysis.   455pp. With extensive notes and index.   Very good in very good dw. Inscribed from 'Frank' presumably the author.   1966 First edition, Frederick A. Praeger, New York.
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    Tucker, Shelby.   AMONG INSURGENTS. £12.00    
      Walking through Burma.   386pp. Index. 4 maps and 20 photographs in colour and b/w. The author and Swedish companion walked from China through the Kachin Hills of Northern Burma into India (without visas). Much on the struggles of the Kachins in the Burmese Civil War.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, The Radcliffe Press.
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    Tulloch, Major-General Derek.   WINGATE IN PEACE AND WAR. £14.00    
      An Account of the Chindit Commander.   300pp. Index.   Fine in very good dw. Owner's name.   1972 First macdonald.
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    Tydd, Bill.   PEACOCK DREAMS. £6.00    
         193pp. Card covers. The author served in the police in Burma from 1929 until the Japanese invasion.   Fine.   1986 First edition, BACSA.
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    Walker, Andrew.   THE LEGEND OF THE GOLDEN BOAT. £16.00    
      Regulation, Trade and Traders in the Borderlands of Laos, Thailand, China and Burma.   232pp. Index. 9 maps and 13 b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 University of Hawaii Press.
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    Wheeler, Tony.   CHASING RICKSHAWS. £19.00    
         192pp. Index. 4to landscape. About 200 superb colour photographs by Richard I'Anson. Rickshaws their drivers, design and maintenace across South and East Asia. Sections on Agra, Calcutta, Dhaka and Rangoon.   Fine in very good dw. A lovely book.   1998 First edition, Lonely Planet Publications, Australia.
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    Wheeler, Tony.   CHASING RICKSHAWS. £22.00    
         192pp. Index. 4to landscape. About 200 superb colour photographs by Richard I'Anson. Rickshaws their drivers, design and maintenace across South and East Asia. Sections on Agra, Calcutta, Dhaka and Rangoon. Signed by the photographer.   Fine in fine dw. A lovely book.   1998 First edition, Lonely Planet Publications, Australia.
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    Winston, W.R.   FOUR YEARS IN UPPER BURMA. £85.00    
         266pp. 29 b/w illustrations and folding map in colour. An account of Burmese life and culture and the establishment of a mission in Upper Burma from 1887.   Very good indeed but front endpaper removed.   1892 First edition, C.H.Kelly.
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    Woodman, Dorothy.   THE MAKING OF BURMA. £25.00    
         594pp. Index. 12 maps.   Internally fine but slight markings to cloth probably from condensation. Bookplate.   1962 First edition, Cresset.
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    Yee, Chiang.   THE MEN OF THE BURMA ROAD. £5.00    
         88pp. Novel about the Chinese who built the road to Burma. Illustated by the author, `the Silent Traveller'.   Fine in very good dw. An excellent copy.   1942 Second edition, Methuen.
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    Yoe, Shway (Sir J.George Scott).   THE BURMAN. £25.00    
      His Life and Notions.   609pp. Index. Ex-College library copy.   Hinges slack but contents sound.   1910 Third edition, Macmillan.
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    Yoe, Shway (Sir J.George Scott).   THE BURMAN. £40.00    
      His Life and Notions.   609pp. In the original red cloth. First published in 1882.   Very good. Inscription.   1927 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Ziegler, Philip.   THE DIARIES OF LORD LOUIS MOUNTBATTEN 1920-1922. £10.00    
      Tours with the Prince of Wales.   315pp. Index. 4 maps. 44 b/w photographs. Includes the 1921-22 tour to India and Burma.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1987 First edition, Collins.
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