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       THE INDIAN ARMY AND CIVIL SERVICE LIST, JANUARY 1863. £68.00    
         533pp + advertisments. Index.   A very good copy in full 19th century leather binding worn at the corners.   Wm. H.Allen & Co..
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    Ahmed, Major General Rafiuddin.   HISTORY OF THE BALOCH REGIMENT 1820-1939. £18.00    
         269pp. Index. 25 maps and 21 illustrations. Card covers. This is a print on demand copy of the 1990 original.   Fine.   No date, Naval and Military Press.
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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, Charles (edits).   A SOLDIER OF THE COMPANY. £15.00    
      Life of an English Ensign 1833-43. Captain Albert Hervey.   226pp. Endpaper maps. Many illustrations of the period in colour and black and white. Signed by the editor on the title page,   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1988 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    Allen, Charles.   SOLDIER SAHIBS. £14.00    
      The Men who Made the North-West Frontier.   368pp. Index. 23 photographs and 2 maps.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, John Murray.
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    Anderson, Major M.H and Lieut.-Colonel E.S.J. And Molloy, Colonel G.M.   THE POONA HORSE. £480.00    
      17th Queen Victoria's Own Cavalry 1817-1931.   In 2 vols. 276 and 235pp. Index. Vol 1: 12 b/w illustrations and 11 maps. Vol 2: 13 b/w illustrations and 15 maps. With the armorial bookplates of John Digby Shebbeare. In the original bindings. Photographs available.   Very good. Front endpaper removed from vol 1. A little light spotting but an excellent set.   1933 The Royal United Service Institution.
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    Anderson, Major M.H and Lieut.-Colonel E.S.J. And Molloy, Colonel G.M.   THE POONA HORSE. £550.00    
      17th Queen Victoria's Own Cavalry 1817-1931.   In 2 vols. 276 and 235pp. Index. Vol 1: 12 b/w illustrations and 11 maps. Vol 2: 13 b/w illustrations and 15 maps. With presentation labels from the regiment. In the original bindings. Photographs available.   Very good indeed. An outstanding set.   1933 The Royal United Service Institution.
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    Anglesey, Marquess of (edits).   SERGEANT PEARMAN'S MEMOIRS. £14.00    
         159pp. Index. 6 maps and 29 b/w illustrations. Account of his service in India from 1845-1853 including the First and Second Sikh Wars.   Very good indeed.   1968 First edition, Cape.
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    Anon (several officers of the regiment).   HISTORY OF THE 5TH ROYAL GURKHA RIFLES (FRONTIER FORCE) 1858-1928 £36.00    
         xx + 518pp. Index. Hardback facsimile reprint 22 maps. 66 b/w illustrations.   Fine apart from owner's small addres label   No date (recent) Reprint, Naval & Military Press in association with the Imperial War Museum
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    Anon (several officers of the regiment).   HISTORY OF THE 5TH ROYAL GURKHA RIFLES (FRONTIER FORCE) 1928-1947. £165.00    
         xvii + 522pp. Index. 22 maps. 39 b/w illustrations. In the original green cloth.   A transparent laminate has been laid over the cloth. Owner's name and address label. Otherwise a very good copy.   1956 First edition, Gale & Polden, Aldershot.
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    Anon.   THE HISTORY OF THE INDIAN REVOLT AND OF THE EXPEDITIONS TO PERSIA, CHINA & JAPAN 1857-58 & 1859. £120.00    
      With Maps, Plans and Wood Engravings.   634pp. Double-column. Index. About 175 engraved illustrations and 4 maps in colour. In 19th century binding with leather spine and corners. Written by George Dodd whom Ladendorf reports to have been the editor of 'The Delhi Gazette'.   Leather a little scuffed but overall a very good copy.   1859 First edition, W. & R.Chambers.
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    Arthur, Sir George.   LIFE OF LORD KITCHENER. £58.00    
         In 3 vols. 326, 346 and 413pp. Index. 5 plates from photographs and 6 maps.   Very good indeed apart from a little light spotting to prelims. A nice set.   1920 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Arthur, Sir George.   LIFE OF LORD KITCHENER. £67.00    
         In 3 vols. 326, 346 and 413pp. Index. 5 plates from photographs and 6 maps.   Very good. A nice set.   1920 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Bancroft, N.W.   FROM RECRUIT TO STAFF SERGEANT. £10.00    
         134pp. With a long introduction by B.P.Hughes. Reprint of soldier's memoirs first published in Simla in 1885. Service in the Bengal Horse Artillery with accounts of the battles of the Sikh Wars.   Very good indeed in very good dw.   1979 First thus, Ian Henry.
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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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    Barthorp, Michael.   THE FRONTIER ABLAZE. £28.00    
      The North-West Frontier Rising 1897-98.   128pp double column. 4to. 8 colour plates of uniforms and over 100 photographs of the time.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1996 First edition, Windrow & Greene.
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    Barton, Sir William.   INDIA'S NORTH-WEST FRONTIER. £25.00    
         308pp. 2 maps and 8 plates.   Very good.   1939 First edition, John Murray.
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    Bates, Darrell.   THE ABYSSINIAN DIFFICULTY. £14.00    
      The Emperor Theodorus and the Magdala Campaign.   240pp. Index. 25 b/w illustrations and 3 maps.   Fine in fine dw.   1979 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Beaumont, Roger.   SWORD OF THE RAJ. £16.00    
      The British Army in India, 1747-1947.   237pp. Index. Photographs in b/w. Study by American military historian.   Fine in fine dw.   1977 First edition, Bobbs-Merrill, Indianapolis/New York.
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    Beg, Aziz.   SEVENTEEN SEPTEMBER DAYS. £35.00    
         297pp. A Pakistani account of the 1967 war with India.   Fine in unlettered boards   No date (Preface dated 1967), revised edition, Lahore.
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    Bennell, Anthony S. (edits).   THE MARATHA WAR PAPERS OF ARTHUR WELLESLEY. £25.00    
      January to December 1803.   458pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First edition, The Army Record Society.
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    Bertrand, Madame.   ALFRED BERTRAND. £21.00    
      Explorer and Captain of Cavalry.   238pp. 8 plates and 2 maps. Swiss soldier's exploits mainly in Africa. One chapter on visit to India and Himalayan trip. Newspaper obituary from 1924 loosely inserted.   Very good. Owner's name.   1926 First edition, Religious Tract Society.
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    Bidwell, Shelford.   SWORDS FOR HIRE. £16.00    
      European Mercenaries in Eighteenth Century India.   258pp. Index. 17 illustrations and 2 maps.   Fine in fine dw.   1971 First edition, John Murray.
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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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    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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    Boycott, A.G.   THE ELEMENTS OF IMPERIAL DEFENCE. £40.00    
      a Study of the Geographical Features, Material Resources, Communications and Organization of the British Empire.   434pp. Index. 15 folding maps and 20 appendices. Bookplate of Library of the Royal Artillery Institution.   Speckled colour loss to red boards. Otherwise very good.   No date (Foreword dated 1936) Gale & Polden, Aldershot.
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    Brinkman, Rowland.   HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE EIGHTY-NINTH PRINCESS VICTORIA'S REGIMENT. £98.00    
         xxiv + 235pp. Index. 5 plates in colour, 3 of uniforms, 1 of the colours and a sillhouette of Lieut. General Sir Charles Egerton. Roll of officers since 1793. Service throughout the Empire including the Crimea and Mutiny campaigns. In the original red cloth decorated with gilt regimental badge.   Very good indeed. An excellent copy.   1888 Gale & Polden, Chatham.
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    Bristow, Brigadier R.C.B.   MEMORIES OF THE BRITISH RAJ. £16.00    
      A Soldier in India.   208pp. Index. 16 b/w photographs and 2 maps. Service with the Dogra Regiment on the Frontier, in Burma and during Partition.   Fine in fine dw.   1974 First edition, Johnson.
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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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    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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    Burton, Major R.G.   WELLINGTON'S CAMPAIGNS IN INDIA. £12.00    
         177pp. Facsimile edition of 1908 original   Fine in pictorial boards.   2008 Lancer, New Delhi.
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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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    Candler, Edmund.   THE SEPOY. £18.00    
         234pp. 17 full-page photographs. Essays on the 16 military races of India. Facsimile reprint in laminated boards.   Fine.   2008 Reprint, Lancer, New Delhi.
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    Cannon, Richard.   HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE TWELFTH, OR THE EAST SUFFOLK, REGIMENT OF FOOT £126.00    
      containting an account of the formation of the regiment in 1685 and of its subsequent services to 1847.   103pp. 4 full-page plates in colour, 2 of uniforms, I of an attack on Gibralter and I of the storming of Seringapatam. In the original red cloth.   Very good indeed. A lovely copy. Modern bookplate.   1848 First edition, Parker, Furnivall & Parker.
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    Cannon, Richard.   HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE THIRTY-FIRST, OR THE HUNTINGDONSHIRE REGIMENT OF FOOT £160.00    
      containting an account of the formation of the regiment in 1702 and of its subsequent services to 1850 to which is appended an Account of the Service of the Marine Corps from 1664-1748.   213 + 56pp. 7 full-page plates in colour, 1 of uniforms, 3 of standards, 2 of battles (Ferozshah and Subraon) and 1 of a fire at sea on the East-Indiaman 'Kent'. In the original red cloth.   Very good indeed internally. Plates fine. Some fraying to spine cloth but binding firm.   1850 First edition, Parker, Furnivall & Parker.
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    Cannon, Richard.   HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE THIRTY-NINTH, OR THE DORSETSHIRE REGIMENT OF FOOT £85.00    
      containting an account of the formation of the regiment in 1702 and of its subsequent services to 1853   xix, xii, 128pp. 2 full-page plates in colour, 1 of uniforms, 1 of standards, In the original red cloth. Service at the Battle of Plassey. The regiment was awarded the motto 'Primus in Indis'. With an armorial bookplate with the name Eyre Coote (presumably of a descendant of the General of that name who served in the regiment at Plassey and died in 1783).   Very good indeed. Plates fine.   1853 First edition, Parker, Furnivall and Parker.
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    Cardozo, Maj.Gen.Ian (edits).   THE INDIAN ARMY: A BRIEF HISTORY. £35.00    
         344pp. Index. Large 8vo. Detail on the actions of the Indian Army since 1947 and a brief account of service before that date. Presentation copy inscribed by the editor.   Fine in fine dw.   2005 First edition, United Services Institution of India, New Delhi.
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    Cardozo, Maj.Gen.Ian.   PARAM VIR. £10.00    
      Our Heroes in Battle.   225pp. Accounts of the holders of India's highest gallantry award, instituted in 1950. It had been awarded 21 times since then.   Fine in fine dw.   2004 Second impression, Roli Books, New Delhi.
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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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    Chaldecott, O.A.   THE TENTH BALUCH REGIMENT. £175.00    
      The First Batallion Duchess of Connaught's Own (Late 124th D.C.O. Baluchistan Infantry) and The Tenth Battalion (Late 2/124th Baluchistan Infantry).   250pp. Index. 2 portrait plates.11 folding maps in rear pocket. Appendix giving a list of officers. In the original maroon cloth with the regimental badge in gilt.   Very good. A little wear to corners and creasing to top corners of later pages. Single rubber stamp mark 'Derby School Library'. No other library marks.   No date (preface dated 1935) for the Regiment, Karachi, printed at the Times of India Press, Bombay..
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    Chalmers, John.   LETTERS WRITTEN FROM THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859. £26.00    
      Presented and Edited by Richard Terrell.   192pp. Index. Map, facsimile of letter and 2 illustrations in colour. Extensive introduction and notes. Participant in the assaults on Delhi and Lucknow. Presentation copy signed by the editor.   Fine in fine dw.   1992 First edition thus, Michael Russell.
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    Cheema, Pervaiz Iqbal.   THE ARMED FORCES OF PAKISTAN. £14.00    
         220pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   2003 Oxford University Press, Karachi.
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    Coates, Thomas, F.G.   HECTOR MACDONALD or The Private who Became a General. £14.00    
         160pp. In the original red decorated cloth.   Very good. Neat inscription.   1900 First edition, S.W.Partridge.
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    Cohen, Stephen P.   THE PAKISTAN ARMY. £22.00    
         177pp. Index.   Fine in very good dw.   1984 First edition, University of California Press.
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    Cohen, Stephen P.   INDIA, EMERGING POWER. £16.00    
         377pp. Index. Distinguished military historian analyses the strategic significance of nuclear India.   Fine in fine dw.   2001 First edition, The Brookings Institution, Washington.
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    Cohen, Stephen P.   THE INDIAN ARMY. £10.00    
      Its Contribution to the Development of a Nation.   216pp. Index. Ex-public library copy.   Very good in very good dw.   1971 First edition, University of California Press.
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    Colvin, Ian.   THE LIFE OF GENERAL DYER. £14.00    
         345pp. Index. 18pp new preface. 2 maps including a large folding map of Amritsar.   Very good. Spine lettering faded.   1931 New edition, Blackwood.
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    Cook, H.C.B.   THE BATTLE HONOURS OF THE BRITISH AND INDIAN ARMIES 1662-1982. £36.00    
         552pp. Limited edition of 750 copies signed by the author on a bookplate.   Fine in fine dw in original slipcase.   1987 Leo Cooper.
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    Cooper, George and Alexander, David (edit).   THE BENGAL SAPPERS 1808-2003 £24.00    
         336pp. Index. 4 plates in colour and 16 in b/w. 16 maps (including plan of the Roorkee Cantonment on rear endpapers). Attendance list for final reunion in 2003 inserted.   Fine in fine dw.   2003 Institute of Royal Engineers, Chatham.
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    Cooper, Leonard.   HAVELOCK 1795-1857. £10.00    
         192pp. Index. Frontispiece and 2 maps.   Very good in tatty dw. Edges spotted.   1957 First edition, Bodley Head.
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    Cork, Barry Joynson.   RIDER ON A GREY HORSE. £24.00    
      A Life of Hodson of Hodson's Horse.   178pp. Index. 9 b/w illustrations.   Very good in very good dw. An outstanding copy.   1958 First edition, Cassell.
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    Corneille, Major John.   JOURNAL OF MY SERVICE IN INDIA. £10.00    
         181pp. Edition of 18th century officer's journal. Service with Clive at Plassey.   Very good.   1966 First edition, Folio Society.
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    Corneille, Major John.   JOURNAL OF MY SERVICE IN INDIA. £10.00    
         181pp. Edition of 18th century officer's journal. Service with Clive at Plassey.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good.   1966 First edition, Folio Society.
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    Cornet.   THE BROKEN LINK. £10.00    
         189pp. Lively stories of Tent Clubs, sport and service on the Frontier.   Very good in chipped dw.   1951 First edition, Bles.
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    Crook, M.J.   THE EVOLUTION OF THE VICTORIA CROSS. £14.00    
      A Study in Administrative History.   321pp. Index. 19 appendices. A study of the purpose, origins, (in the Crimean and Mutiny campaigns), and subsequent awards.   Fine in very good dw.   1975 First edition, Midas Books, Tunbridge Wells.
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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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    Crowe, A.W.   JIM'S WARTIME DIARY. £10.00    
      India 1943-1945.   172pp. Card covers. Daily record of journey out, service at Silchar airfield and sickness in Naini Tal.   Inscription. Otherwise fine.   1998 Purzebrook.
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    Dalrymple, William.   RETURN OF A KING. £14.00    
      The Battle for Afghanistan.   567pp Index. Illustrations in colour.   Fine in fine dw.   2013 First edition, Bloomsbury.
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    Dalrymple, William.   RETURN OF A KING. £14.00    
      The Battle for Afghanistan.   567pp Index. Illustrations in colour. Account of the First Afghan War. Presentation copy inscribed and signed by the author on the title page.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2013 Reprint, Bloomsbury.
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    Dalvi, Brig. J.P.   HIMALAYAN BLUNDER. £25.00    
      (The Curtain-raiser to the Sino-Indian War of 1962)   506pp. Index. 2 folding maps. A critical account of the engagements in which the author was taken prisoner by the Chinese.   Very good.   1969 Second edition Thacker, Bombay.
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    Dikshitar, V.R.Ramachandra.   WAR IN ANCIENT INDIA. £95.00    
         416pp. Index.   Very good indeed. A lovely copy of a scarce title.   1944 First edition, Macmillan, India
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    Dodwell and Miles, Messrs (compile and edit).   ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE OFFICERS OF THE INDIAN ARMY £250.00    
      with the dates of their respective promotion, retirement, resignation or death whether in India or in Europe.   Bengal Presidency 285pp, Madras Presidency 195pp, Bombay Presidency 93pp. From 1760 to 1837.   Very good. An excellent copy. Owner's bookplate.   1838 Longman, Orme, Brown and Co..
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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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    Drew, Sir Robert.   COMMISSIONED OFFICERS IN THE MEDICAL SERVICES OF THE BRITISH ARMY. £31.00    
      Volume 2: 1898-1960.   452pp. Index. 2529 short career summaries.   Very good. Ownership inscriptions. Some light pencil markings.   1968 First edition, Wellcome Historical Medical Library.
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    Duckers, Peter (selects and describes).   ON SERVICE IN INDIA. £14.00    
      The Mein Family Photographs 1870-1901.   96pp. Paperback. Excellent photographs and explanatory text of the military experience of one family. Includes a range of photographs taken during the Afghan War of 1879-80.   Fine.   2000 First edition, Tempus Publishing, Stroud.
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    Earnshaw, Richard.   MY WAR. £10.00    
      a Personal Recollection.   159pp. 27 b/w photographs. Single library rubber stamp mark but no other markings. Artillery officer's service in India and Ceylon.   Near-fine in fine dw.   1999 The Book Guild, Lewes.
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    Edwardes, Michael.   A SEASON IN HELL. £21.00    
      The Defence of the Lucknow Residency.   330pp. Index. 20 illustrations from 19th century plates. Maps and plans. A full account of the five month siege during the Mutiny.   Fine in near-fine dw with one short tear.   1973 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Edwardes, Michael.   THE BATTLE OF PLASSEY £10.00    
      and the Conquest of Bengal.   167pp. Index. 24 illustrations and 5 maps. British Battles Series. Ex public library copy.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Front endpaper removed. Otherwise a good copy in dw.   1963 First edition, Batsford.
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    Edwardes, Michael.   A SEASON IN HELL. £14.00    
      The Defence of the Lucknow Residency.   330pp. Index. 20 illustrations from 19th century plates. Maps and plans. A full account of the five month siege during the Mutiny.   Very good in very good dw. Owner's name in red ink.   1973 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Egerton, The Hon. Wilbraham   AN ILLUSTRATED HANDBOOK OF INDIAN ARMS £325.00    
      being a Classified and Descriptive Catalogue of the Arms Exhibits at the India Museumů.   vii + 162pp. Index. Folding map and 6 folding plates mounted on linen. 2 colour and 2 monochrome plates. 35 illustrations in the text. Presentation inscription on the title page 'by the author'. In a modern binding with marbled boards and leather spine. Original wrappers bound-in. Single library stamp on reverse of title page. No other library marks.   Very good indeed.   1880 First edition, William H.Allen.
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    Elliott, Maj.Gen.J.G.   A ROLL OF HONOUR. £18.00    
      The Story of the Indian Army 1939-1945.   392pp. Index. 33 b/w photographs and 9 maps. Involvement of Indian forces throughout the world.   Very good indeed in very good dw. Small address label of former owner.   1965 First edition, Cassell.
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    Fabb, John (edits).   THE VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN ARMY FROM OLD PHOTOGRAPHS. £12.00    
         128pp. 154 b/w photographs annotated. 39 relate to the army in India.   Fine in fine dw.   1975 First edition, Batsford.
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    Fabb, John (edits).   THE VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN ARMY FROM OLD PHOTOGRAPHS. £10.00    
         128pp. 154 b/w photographs annotated. 39 relate to the army in India.   Very good in dw with faded spine panel.   1975 First, Batsford.
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    Fabb, John (edits).   THE VICTORIAN AND EDWARDIAN ARMY FROM OLD PHOTOGRAPHS. £5.00    
         128pp. 154 b/w photographs annotated. 39 relate to the army in India. Identical to original edition.   Fine in dustwrapper with faded spine panel.   No date (c1975), Bookclub edition.
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    Farwell, Byron.   ARMIES OF THE RAJ. £5.00    
      From the Great Indian Mutiny to Independence: 1858-1947.   399pp. Index. 41 b/w illustrations. Identical to UK edition.   Fine in fine dw.   1989 First Norton, New York.
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    Farwell, Byron.   EMINENT VICTORIAN SOLDIERS. £14.00    
      Seekers of Glory.   367pp. Index. 39 illustrations and 4 maps. Short biographies of eight generals most of whom served in India. Includes, Gough, Napier, Roberts, Wood, Hector Macdonald and Kitchener.   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First edition, Viking.
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    Farwell, Byron.   QUEEN VICTORIA'S LITTLE WARS. £5.00    
         394pp. Index. 34 b/w illustrations and 3 maps.   Very good indeed in fine dw.   1973 History Bookclub.
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    Farwell, Byron.   ARMIES OF THE RAJ. £12.00    
      From the Great Indian Mutiny to Independence: 1858-1947.   399pp. Index. 41 b/w illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   1989 First edition, Viking.
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    Farwell, Byron.   ARMIES OF THE RAJ. £13.00    
      From the Great Indian Mutiny to Independence: 1858-1947.   399pp. Index. 41 b/w illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   1989 First edition US, Norton, New York.
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    Featherstone, Donald F.   ALL FOR A SHILLING A DAY. £15.00    
         208pp. Index. 9 illustrations and 2 maps. An account of the lives of British soldiers fighting in the Sikh Wars.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good in very good dw.   1966 First edition, Jarrolds.
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    Featherstone, Donald F.   ALL FOR A SHILLING A DAY. £12.00    
         208pp. Index. 9 illustrations and 2 maps. An account of the lives of British soldiers fighting in the Sikh Wars.   Very good in rubbed and worn dw.   1966 First edition, Jarrolds.
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    Featherstone, Donald.   AT THEM WITH THE BAYONET! £24.00    
      The First Sikh War.   197pp. Index. 11 b/w illustrations. Maps on endpapers and 6 battle plans in the text. A detailed study of the Sutlej Campaign of 1845-46.   Fine in near-fine dustwrapper.   1968 First edition, Jarrolds.
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    Featherstone, Donald.   AT THEM WITH THE BAYONET! £19.00    
      The First Sikh War.   197pp. Index. 11 b/w illustrations. Maps on endpapers and 6 battle plans in the text. A detailed study of the Sutlej Campaign of 1845-46.   Near-fine in fine dw. Spine of dw faded.   1968 First edition, Jarrolds.
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    Featherstone, Donald.   VICTORIAN COLONIAL WARFARE. £12.00    
      India, from the conquest of Sind to the Indian Mutiny.   158pp. Index. 4to. Much on the Sikh Wars. Profusely illustrated from contemporary sources.   Fine.   1992 First edition, Cassell.
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    Filose, Brigadier A.A.   KING GEORGE V.'s OWN CENTRAL INDIA HORSE. £157.00    
      The Story (continued) of a Local Corps being Volume II of the Regimental History.   435pp. Index. Folding map and 12 other maps. 12 b/w photographs, 2 in colour from paintings by Maurice Tulloch. From 1921 through the Second World War in the Western Desert and Italy.   Very good in complete dw with colour illustration by Maurice Tulloch. Very scarce in this condition.   1950 First edition, William Blackwood.
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    Fleming, Peter.   THE FATE OF ADMIRAL KOLCHAK. £21.00    
         253pp. Index. 24 photographs and 4 maps. The retreat of the White Russian forces into Siberia 1918-19.   Fine in fine dw.   1963 First edition, Rupert Hart-Davis.
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    Forbes, Archibald.   BARRACKS, BIVOUACS AND BATTLES. £13.00    
         328pp. Military stories several set in India. Pocket edition.   Very good. Spine fading.   1910 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Forrest, G.W.   SEPOY GENERALS. £18.00    
      Wellington to Roberts.   478pp. Index. Long essays on Wellington and Roberts. Shorter accounts of Baird, Edwardes, Napier, Munro, Lockhart, Stewart and Jacob.   Boards a little faed and marked.   1901 First edition, Blackwood, Edinburgh.
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    Forrest, G.W. (edits).   THE INDIAN MUTINY. £25.00    
      Selections from the Letters and Other state Papers Preserved by the Military Department of the Government of India 1857-1858.   Volume III. Lucknow and Cawnpore. 158pp + appendices 362pp, 16pp, 24pp, 32pp, 27pp, 30pp, 35pp and index to the whole work of 195pp. Raw data for Mutiny studies. Facsimile reprint of first publication 1902 First Calcutta, Military Department Press.   Fine.   1997 Reprint, Selous, Aldershot.
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    Forrest, Sir George.   THE LIFE OF LORD ROBERTS, V.C. £34.00    
         372pp. Index. 8 tissue-guarded photogravure plates.   Very good.   1914 First edition, Cassell.
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    Forrest, Sir George.   THE LIFE OF LORD ROBERTS, V.C. £31.00    
         372pp. Index. 8 tissue-guarded photogravure plates.   Very good indeed. Presentation inscription pasted to front endpaper.   1914 First edition, Cassell.
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    Fox, Frank.   THE HISTORY OF THE ROYAL GLOUCESTERSHIRE HUSSARS YEOMANRY 1898-1922. £150.00    
      The Great Cavalry Campiagn in Palestine.   336pp, 6 maps (including large folding map at rear) and 15 b/w illustrations.In the original blue cloth decorated with the regimental badge.   Very good. Two private library rubber stamp marks (Standish Library).   1923 First edition, Philip Allan & Co..
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    French, John.   THE BRITISH IN INDIA 1825-1859. £55.00    
      Armies of the Nineteenth Century.   175pp. 4to. Index. Drawings in b/w, maps and some prints of the period. A very detailed study of the regiments engaged in all the actions with description of their uniforms and colours. 80pp on the Mutiny campaigns.   Fine in decorated boards. No dustwrapper issued.   2006 First edition, Foundry Books, Nottingham.
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    Ganguly, Sumit.   CONFLICT UNENDING. £5.00    
      India-Pakistan Tensions since 1947.   187pp. Index. Card covers.   Fine.   2001, Columbia University Press, New York.
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    Gaylor, John.   SONS OF JOHN COMPANY. £24.00    
      The Indian and Pakistan Army 1903-1991.   379pp. Traces the continuity of all regiments from their foundation to the present. With a check list of books relating to each unit.   Fine in fine dw.   1992 First edition, Spellmount, Tunbridge Wells.
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    Gibson, Mary.   WARNEFORD, VC. £10.00    
         128pp. Index. Early life in India and exploits of WW1 aviator. Illustrated in b/w.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   1979 First edition, Friends of the Fleet Air Arm Museum.
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    Glover, Michael.   AN ASSEMBLAGE OF INDIAN ARMY SOLDIERS AND UNIFORMS £16.00    
      from the original paintings of the late Chater Paul Chater.   103pp. 41 plates in colour. Index. Indian soldiers painted in the early years of the century.   Fine in very good dw.   1973 First edition, Perpetua Press.
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    Glover, Michael.   A VERY SLIPPERY FELLOW. £10.00    
      The Life of Sir Robert Wilson, 1777-1849.   224pp. Index. 8 b/w plates and 2 maps.   Near-fine in like dw.   1978 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Gordon, Iain.   SOLDIER OF THE RAJ. £12.00    
      The Life of Richard Purvis 1789-1868, Soldier, Sailor and Parson.   319pp. Index. B/w illustrations and endpaper maps. Based on an unpublished collection of letters.   Fine in fine dw.   2001 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Government of India Press.   FIELD SERVICE HYGIENE NOTES: INDIA 1940. £32.00    
         635pp. Index. In soft cloth wallet. There is an empty pocket inside the front wrapper but no indication of what was intended to be in it. Full detail on how the keep the army healthy.   Very good.   1941 Delhi.
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    Government of India Press.   FIELD SERVICE HYGIENE NOTES: INDIA 1945. £14.00    
         543pp. In soft yellow cloth. Full detail on how the keep the army healthy.   Very good.   1945, Delhi.
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    Government of India, Army Department.   DRESS REGULATIONS (INDIA) 1931. £12.00    
         124pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1987 Reprint, Ray Westlake Military Books.
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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, Alexander.   FIELD-MARSHAL AUCHINLECK. £18.00    
         338pp. 44 illustrations and 7 maps. Much detail on his Indian service.   Very good in very good dw.   No date (1991) Pentland Press.
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    Grimshaw, Captain Roly.   INDIAN CAVALRY OFFICER. £5.00    
         224pp. Index. 27 b/w photographs. A most detailed account of First World War service in France with the Indian Army.   Fine in fine dw.   1986 First edition, Costello.
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    Gurwood, Lieut. Colonel.   THE DISPATCHES OF FIELD MARSHALL THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON during his various camapigns in India, Portugal, Spain, The Low Countries and France from 1799 to 1818. £45.00    
      Volume the Second.   Volume 2 only. 711pp. Covering events from June 1803 until January 1804, The camapaign of the Marhatta War, The Battle of Assye and the peace treaty. In 20th century binding with leather spine and marbled boards.   Very good indeed. Inscription (from 1985). Clean and tight with very light spotting.   1837 A new edition, John Murray.
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    Guy, Alan J. and Boyden, Peter B.(edit).   SOLDIERS OF THE RAJ. £28.00    
      The Indian Army 1600-1947.   367pp. Index. Card covers. Large format catalogue of exhibition at the National Army Museum with 14 scholarly essays by leading specialists and a fully illustrated description of the exhibits. Much material on uniforms, weapons and medals. Tabulates all mutinies in the Indian Army. From the library of the British Empire and Commonwealth Museum.   Very good.   1997 First edition, National Army Museum.
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    Guy, Alan J. et al (edit).   MILITARY MISCELLANY. £22.00    
      Manuscripts from the Seven Years War, The First and Second Sikh Wars and the First World War.   449pp. Index. Includes 94pp of Daniel George Robinson, Letters from India, 1845-1849. He was an officer in the Bengal Engineers who served in the Sikh Wars.   Fine in fine dw.   1997 First Sutton Publishing for the Army Records Society.
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    Haley, A.H.   THE CRAWLEY AFFAIR. £12.00    
         230pp. Index. Scandal in 1861 India. The RSM dead and the colonel Court Martialed.   Fine in chipped dw.   1972 First edition, Seeley Service.
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    Haley, Arthur H.(edits).   THE MUNRO LETTERS. £10.00    
         119pp. Letters of Lieutenant Innes Munro, 71st Regiment, from India 1779-80.   Fine in laminated boards.   No date (c1980) Bullfinch, Liverpool.
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    Hamid, Major General S.Shahid.   SO THEY RODE AND FOUGHT. £12.00    
         189pp. History of cavalry regiments in the Indian Army with full detail on succession of regimental names and actions.   Fine in fine dw.   1983 First edition, Midas Books.
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    Hamid, Major-General Shahid.   AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A GENERAL. £35.00    
         xvii + 156pp. His early life, an account of a distinguished Lucknow family, entry into the British Indian Army and the war in Burma.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First edition, Ferozsons, Lahore.
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    Hamilton, General Sir Ian.   LISTENING FOR THE DRUMS. £10.00    
         280pp. Index. 28 b/w photographs, 2 maps and 5 facsimiles of documents. Service in India and Africa 1873-1897. A well-connected military career. Friend of the Kipling family.   Slack and worn. Ex-Boots Library.   1944 Reprint, Faber.
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    Hamilton, General Sir Ian.   LISTENING FOR THE DRUMS. £21.00    
         280pp. Index. 28 b/w photographs, 2 maps and 5 facsimiles of documents. Service in India and Africa 1873-1897. A well-connected military career. Friend of the Kipling family.   Very good in chipped dw.   1945 Reprint, Faber.
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    Harcourt, Colonel G.J.   SOLDIERS OF THE KING. £31.00    
      Their Battles, Sieges and Campaigns.   104pp. Identifies the regiments involved in actions of the British and Indian armies from 1689- 1902.   Very good. A bright, clean copy.   1902 First edition, Gale & Polden, Aldershot.
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    Harfield, Alan.   THE INDIAN ARMY OF THE EMPRESS £21.00    
      1861-1903.   192pp. 4to. An account of the `little wars'. Many contemporary photographs and illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Spellmount.
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    Hartman, Tom et al.   A WORLD ATLAS OF MILITARY HISTORY. 1945-1984. £10.00    
         108pp. Index. Useful reference on wars in Asia and Africa.   Very good in chipped dw.   1984 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Haythornthwaite, Philip J.   THE COLONIAL WARS SOURCE BOOK. £22.00    
         384pp. Index. Over 150 illustrations in b/w, maps and charts. 96 double-column pages of detailed information cover India.   Fine in fine dw.   1995 First edition, Arms and Armour.
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    Haythornthwaite, Philip J.   THE COLONIAL WARS SOURCE BOOK. £13.00    
         384pp. Index. Over 150 illustrations in b/w, maps and charts. 96 double-column pages of detailed information cover India.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 New edition, Caxton.
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    Heathcote, T.A.   THE INDIAN ARMY. £12.00    
      The Garrison of British Imperial India 1822-1922.   215pp. Maps, photographs and bibliography.   Fine in very good dw.   1974 First edition, David & Charles.
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    Heathcote, T.A.   THE INDIAN ARMY. £14.00    
      The Garrison of British Imperial India 1822-1922.   215pp. Maps, photographs and bibliography.   Fine in fine dw.   1974 First edition, David & Charles.
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    Hennell, Colonel Sir Reginald.   A FAMOUS INDIAN REGIMENT. £150.00    
      The Kali Panchwin, 25th (formerly the 105th) Mahratta Light Infantry. 1768-1923.   292pp. Index. 11 b/w photographs and 2 maps. Service includes China, Burma and Mesopotamia. Described by Perkins as 'an excellent history'.   Fine in complete dw with a little sellotape to head and foot of spine panel. An outstanding copy.   1927 First edition, John Murray.
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    Hennell, Colonel Sir Reginald.   A FAMOUS INDIAN REGIMENT. £75.00    
      The Kali Panchwin, 25th (formerly the 105th) Mahratta Light Infantry. 1768-1923.   292pp. Index. 11 b/w photographs and 2 maps. Service includes China, Burma and Mesopotamia. Described by Perkins as 'an excellent history'.   Very good indeed. Inscription.   1927 First edition, John Murray.
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    Hennell, Reginald.   A FAMOUS INDIAN REGIMENT: THE KALI PANCHWIN. £34.00    
      2/5th (formerly the 105th) Mahratta Light Infantry, 1768-1923.   292pp. Index. 12 b/w illustrations. Facsimile reproduction of 1927 original.   Very good in very good dw.   1985 B.R.Publishing, Delhi.
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    Hervey, Captain Albert.   A SOLDIER OF THE COMPANY. £14.00    
      Life of an English Ensign 1833-43.   226pp. Endpaper maps. Many illustrations of the period in colour and black and white. Edited and introduced by Charles Allen and signed by him.   Fine in very good dw.   1988 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    Hervey, Captain Albert.   A SOLDIER OF THE COMPANY. £14.00    
      Life of an English Ensign 1833-43.   226pp. Endpaper maps. Many illustrations of the period in colour and black and white. Edited and introduced by Charles Allen.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 First thus, Michael Joseph.
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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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    Hildinger, Erik.   WARRIORS OF THE STEPPE. £13.00    
      A Military History of Central Asia, 500 B.C. to 1700 A.D..   260pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1997 First edition, Spellmount.
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    Hobbs, Major H.   THE GLORY HOLE. £25.00    
      Yarns for Soldiers, Regular, Irregular and Highly Irregular.   202pp. Small 8vo. Card covers. Signed dedication by the author. A little book of jokes and funny stories for the troops.   Very good.   1943 First edition, published by the author, Calcutta.
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    Hobday, Major E.A.P.   SKETCHES ON SERVICE DURING THE INDIAN FRONTIER CAMPAIGNS OF 1897. £126.00    
         159pp. 'Containing 57 full-page engravings from original drawings and 14 photographic portraits of the commanding officers and their staffs'. A staff officer's sketches and comments on the Malakand Field Force. In the original brown cloth now a little grubby. All edges gilt.   Very good. One plate loose.   1898 First edition, James Bowden.
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    Holman, Dennis.   SIKANDER SAHIB. £32.00    
      The Life and Times of James Skinner 1778-1841.   275pp. Index. 23 illustrations and 3 maps.   Very good in fine dw. A little spotting to edges. An outstanding copy.   1961 First edition, Heinemann.
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    Holmes, Richard.   SAHIB. £16.00    
      The British Soldier in India.   572pp. 49 b/w illustrations and 3 maps. Signed by the author on the title page.   Fine in fine dw.   2005 First edition, Harper Collins.
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    Hudson, General Sir H.   HISTORY OF THE 19th KING GEORGE'S OWN LANCERS 1958-1921. £250.00    
      Formerly 18th King George's Own Lancers and 19th Lancers (Fane's Horse), amalgamated in 1921.   370pp. 32 appendices. 2 colour plates, 32 b/w illustrations and 6 folding maps. In the original blue cloth with gilt regimental badges. Service in Second Afghan War, Tirah Campaign and WW1 in France and Palestine.   Very good indeed. A lovely copy of a lavishly produced book.   1937 Gale & Polden, Aldershot.
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    Hutchinson, Colonel H.D.   THE CAMPAIGN IN TIRAH 1897-1898. £76.00    
      An Account of an Expedition against the Orakzais and Afridis.   250pp. Folding map. 20 plates. 6 maps and plans. Appendix of officers killed and wounded. Recased in the original boards.   Very good internally but boards a little marked and faded.   1898 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Indo-British Review.   INDIAN ARMED FORCES. £5.00    
      Before and after Independence - Continuities and Discontinuities. Volume XVI No 1.   198pp. Card covers. Includes article on the INA by Hugh Toye.   Very good internally but paper spine frayed   1989 Indo-British Historical Society, Madras.
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    Innes, Lieut.-Colonel P.R.   THE HISTORY OF THE BENGAL EUROPEAN REGIMENT, £108.00    
      now the Royal Munster Fusiliers and how it Helped to Win India.   572pp. Index. Bibliography. Coloured frontispiece and 4 maps. In the original blue cloth. Service from Plassey up to the Mutiny campaign, including the Sikh and Burma Wars.   Some spotting to early pages but a very good copy.   1885 First edition, Simpkin, Marshall & Co.
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    Institution of Military Engineers.   HISTORY OF THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS, INDIAN ARMY 1947-1972 £40.00    
         510pp. Index. 21 maps. 56 b/w photographs. 55pp chapter on the Border Roads Organisation.   Fine in fine dw.   1980 First edition, Palit & Palit, New Delhi.
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    Jacob, T.   CANTONMENTS IN INDIA. £10.00    
         162pp. Index.   Very good in wrinkled dw.   1994 First edition, Reliance Publishing House, New Delhi.
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    Jacobsen, Mark (edits).   RAWLINSON IN INDIA. £28.00    
         225pp. Index. Selections from the papers of the Commander in Chief from 1920-1925. Attempts to reform the Indian Army against the background of civil unrest.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First edition, Army Records Society.
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    Jaipur, H.H. The Maharajah of.   THE INDIAN STATE FORCES. £58.00    
      Their Lineage and Insignia.   122pp. Illustrated with regimental badges.   Very good in chipped dw. Some pencil annotations.   1967 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    James, B.A. (edits).   HIGH NOON OF EMPIRE. £10.00    
      The Diary of Lieutenant Colonel Henry Tyndall 1895-1915.   190pp. Index. 13 b/w illustrations and 3 maps. Extracts from a daily diary of service on the North West Frontier, East Africa and France. Amongst other postings he was Adjutant to the 67 Punjabis and 40th Pathans.   Fine in fine dw.   2007 First edition, Pen & Sword.
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    Kaul, Lt-Gen B.M.   CONFRONTATION WITH PAKISTAN. £13.00    
         338pp. Index. Account of military and political command in India.   Fine in rubbed dw. Owner's name.   1971 First edition, Vikas, Delhi.
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    Keates, Clifford.   A SOLDIER'S INDIA. £10.00    
         96pp. Index. 4to. A soldier's previously unpublished journal. Illustrated in colour and b/w. He served with the Royal Artillery in Central India from 1887-1897.   Fine in fine dw.   1986 First edition, Caron Publications, Chapel-en-le-Frith.
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    Kinglake, Alexander William.   THE INVASION OF THE CRIMEA: £49.00    
      Its Origin and an Account of its Progress down to the Death of Lord Raglan.   Volumes 1 and 2. 519 and 527pp. 14 maps (2 folding).   Very good indeed in original 19th century cloth bindings.   1863 Second edition, William Blackwood.
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    Kinsley, D.A.   THEY FIGHT LIKE DEVILS. £12.00    
      Stories from Lucknow during the Great Indian Mutiny, 1857-58.   224pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   2001 First edition, Greenhill Books.
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    Kipling, Arthur L and King, Hugh L.   HEAD-DRESS BADGES OF THE BRITISH ARMY. £108.00    
         In 2 vols. Vol 1: 479pp 'Up to the End of the Great War'. Vol 2: 242pp. 'From the End of the Great War to the Present Day'. Profusely illustrated in b/w. Volume 1 is signed by both authors.   Very good indeed in very good dws.   1978 Second revised edition and 1979 First edition, Frederick Muller.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE IRISH GUARDS IN THE GREAT WAR. £34.00    
      His Forgotten Masterpiece.   In 2 vols. 320, 223pp. Index, appendices and endpaper maps. B/w photographs.   Fine in fine dws.   1997 First thus Spellmount, Staplehurst.
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    Kipling, Rudyard.   THE IRISH GUARDS IN THE GREAT WAR. £120.00    
         In 2 vols. 344 and 310pp. 11 maps. Index and appendices.   Very good. Slight speckled colour loss to the boards but a clean, tight set without inscriptions or labels.   1923 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Krishna, Major General Ashok.   INDIA'S ARMED FORCES. £14.00    
      Fifty Years of War and Peace.   181pp. Index. 17 maps. Clear accounts and evaluation of all wars and military actions including peace-keeping duties.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First edition, Lancer Publishers, New Delhi.
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    Kundu, Apurba.   MILITARISM IN INDIA. £10.00    
      The Army and Civil Society in Consensus   230pp. Index. Study of India's freedom from coups and military rule. Based on interviews with senior officers.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First edition, Tauris.
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    Laverack, Alfred.   A METHODIST SOLDIER IN THE INDIAN ARMY. £45.00    
      His Personal Adventures and Christian Experience.   265pp. Portrait frontispiece. In elaborately decorated red cloth. All edges gilt. Memoirs from 1858-1866.   Very good. Owner's rubber stamp mark. Fading to cloth of spine.   No date (mid-19th century), Fourth Edition, T.Woolmer.
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    Lawrence, Major H.M.L.   ADVENTURES OF AN OFFICER IN THE PUNJAUB. £342.00    
         In 2 vols. 287 and 262pp. In the original brown cloth blind-stamped with an image of Ranjit Singh on horseback. Engraved frontispieces. Lawrence, later to die in the siege of the Lucknow Residency, was Political Officer to the Court of Lahore. A fictional account of the life of a Sikh officer, Bellasis, at Ranjit Singh's court.   Rebacked some time ago in with the original cloth laid-on and with new endpapers. Corners bruised.   1846 Second edition, Henry Colburn.
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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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    Leslie, N.B.   THE BATTLE HONOURS OF THE BRITISH AND INDIAN ARMIES 1695-1914. £14.00    
         145pp. Landscape. Lists regiments serving in all engagements (50pp on Asia), includes section on Indian regiments which mutinied in 1857.   Fine in fine dw.   1970 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Llewellyn, Alexander.   THE SIEGE OF DELHI. £10.00    
         182pp. Index. 23 illustrations and 2 maps. Account of the Mutiny battle.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good in very good dw.   1977 First edition, Macdonald & James.
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    Longer, V.   RED COATS TO OLIVE GREEN. £25.00    
      A History of the Indian Army 1600-1974.   543pp. Index. About half the book covers the period after 1947.   Very good in very good dw.   1974 First edition, Allied Publishers, Bombay.
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    Lumsden, General Sir Peter S and Elsmie, George R.   LUMSDEN OF THE GUIDES. £58.00    
      A Sketch of the Life of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Harry Burnett Lumsden.   333pp. Index. 12 illustrations and 3 maps. Bound in green cloth for 'Murray's Imperial Library'.   Very good. A little colour loss to boards.   1900 Second edition, John Murray.
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    Lunt, James (edits).   FROM SEPOY TO SUBEDAR. £15.00    
      Being the Life and Adventures of Subedar Sita Ram, a Native Officer of the Bengal Army, written and related by Himself.   187pp. First English edition 1873. The only Indian account of early 19th century service.   Very good in very good dw.   1988 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    MacFetridge, C.H.T and Warren, J.P.   TALES OF THE MOUNTAIN GUNNERS. £27.00    
      An Anthology.   327pp. 16 illustrations, 1 in colour and 11 maps and diagrams. Snaffles painting on dw. A collection of reminiscences and writings by those associated with the regiment which mainly served on the North West Frontier. Library markings on the reverse of the title page but not elsewhere.   Very good in very good dw.   1973 First edition, William Blackwood, Edinburgh.
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    MacFetridge, C.H.T and Warren, J.P.   TALES OF THE MOUNTAIN GUNNERS. £32.00    
      An Anthology.   327pp. 16 illustrations, 1 in colour and 11 maps and diagrams. Snaffles painting on dw. A collection of reminiscences and writings by those associated with the regiment which mainly served on the North West Frontier.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1973 First edition, William Blackwood, Edinburgh.
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    MacFetridge, C.H.T and Warren, J.P.   TALES OF THE MOUNTAIN GUNNERS. £27.00    
      An Anthology.   327pp. 16 illustrations, 1 in colour and 11 maps and diagrams. Snaffles painting on dw. A collection of reminiscences and writings by those associated with the regiment which mainly served on the North West Frontier.   Very good in very good dw with faded spine panel.   1973 First edition, William Blackwood, Edinburgh.
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    MacMunn, Lieut-General Sir George.   VIGNETTES FROM THE INDIAN WARS. £28.00    
         214pp. Index. 19 illustrations. A soldier's account of many 19th century campaigns.   Very good in complete dw. An excellent copy.   No date (1930s) Sampson Low.
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    MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir George.   THE MARTIAL RACES OF INDIA. £49.00    
         368pp. Index. 19 plates, mostly colour paintings of Indian soldiers by Major A.C.Lovett.   Very good in worn dw.   No date (1940s) Samson Low.
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    MacMunn, Major G.F.   THE ARMIES OF INDIA. £24.00    
         224pp. Index. With 72 full-page colour plates of regimental uniforms painted by Major A.C.Lovett.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 Reprint, Crecy Books.
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    MacMunn, Major G.F.   THE ARMIES OF INDIA. £21.00    
         224pp. Index. Facsimile reprint with 72 full-page colour plates of regimental uniforms painted by Major A.C.Lovett.   Very good in fine dw. Plates fine but paper darkening a little.   1985 Heritage Publishers, New Delhi.
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    Magazine.   THE ROAD. £14.00    
      Vol II. No.2.   58pp. Wrappers. Photographs and drawings. Edited by Rev.D.S.McKenzie, Chaplain, Razmak. A magazine for the army on the North-West Frontier (not missionary).   Very good.   April 1927 Lahore.
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    Mail, General V.P.   KARGIL. £13.00    
      From Surprise to Victory.   436pp. Index. Maps. By the Chief of the Indian Army Staff.   Fine in near-fine dw.   2006 Second Impression, HarperCollins, New Delhi.
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    Mains, Lt.Col.A.A.   SOLDIER WITH RAILWAYS. £5.00    
         173pp. Gurkha officer's travels and involvement with railways in India, Iraq, Syria and Burma from 1934-1953. Railways in war and peace.   Fine in fine dw.   1994 First edition, Picton.
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    Malleson, Colonel G.B.   LORD CLIVE. £31.00    
      The Founders of the Indian Empire.   516pp. Index. Portrait. 4 maps (3 folding).   Very good. Rebound in plain black cloth. A very sound working copy.   1882 First edition, W.H.Allen.
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    Malleson, Colonel G.B.   LORD CLIVE. £76.00    
      The Founders of the Indian Empire.   516pp. Index. Portrait. 4 maps (3 folding). In the original black cloth.   Very good indeed. An outstanding copy. Old library bookplate but no other library markings.   1882 First edition, W.H.Allen.
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    Malleson, Colonel G.B.   THE DECISIVE BATTLES OF INDIA. £78.00    
      1746-1849.   462pp. Index. Second edition with additional chapter. Portrait fronispiece and 4 battle plans. Folding map in rear pocket. 103pp on the Sikh wars. Well restored with original red cloth laid on front and rear boards. New spine lettering.   Very good indeed.   1885 W.H.Allen.
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    Martin, Lieut.General H.G.   SUNSET FROM THE MAIN. £10.00    
         288pp. Index. 30 b/w photographs. Memoirs of a life of service and field sports in India, on the Frontier, Kashmir and Ladakh.   Very good.   1951 First edition, Museum Press.
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    Martin, Lieut.General H.G.   SUNSET FROM THE MAIN. £12.00    
         288pp. Index. 30 b/w photographs. Memoirs of a life of service and field sports in India, on the Frontier, Kashmir and Ladakh.   Very good indeed.   1951 First edition, Museum Press.
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    Mason, Philip.   A MATTER OF HONOUR. £5.00    
      An account of the Indian Army, its officers and men.   A full study from the origins to 1945. 580pp.   Paperback reprint. Very good indeed.   1986 Macmillan.
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    Mason, Philip.   A MATTER OF HONOUR. £5.00    
      An account of the Indian Army, its officers and men.   580pp. Index. Book Club edition identical to the original edition.   Very good in slightly chipped dw.   1974.
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    Mason, Philip.   A MATTER OF HONOUR. £5.00    
      An Account of the Indian army, its officers and men.   580pp. Index. Many photographs and maps.   Very good in worn dw.   1974 First edition, Cape.
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    Mason, Philip.   A MATTER OF HONOUR. £5.00    
      An Account of the Indian Army, Its Officers and Men.   580pp. Index. 27 b/w illustrations and 10 maps. Identical to UK edition.   Very good in chipped dw.   1974 First US, Holt, Reinhart & Winston.
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    Mason, Philip.   A MATTER OF HONOUR. £5.00    
      An account of the Indian Army, its officers and men.   580pp. Index. Book Club edition identical to the original edition.   Very good in chipped dw.   1974.
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    Mason, Philip.   A MATTER OF HONOUR. £5.00    
      An Account of the Indian army, its officers and men.   580pp. Index. Many photographs and maps.   Very good internally. Boards a little marked.   1974 First edition, Cape.
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    Mason, Philip.   A MATTER OF HONOUR. £5.00    
      An account of the Indian army, its officers and men.   580pp. Index. Many photographs and maps.   Very good in chipped dw.   1974 First edition, Cape.
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    Mason, Philip.   A MATTER OF HONOUR. £5.00    
      An account of the Indian Army, its officers and men.   580pp. Index. Book Club edition identical to the original edition.   Very good indeed in like dw.   1974.
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    Mereweather, Lt.-Col.J.B.W. and Smith, the Rt Hon Sir Frederick.   THE INDIAN CORPS IN FRANCE. £45.00    
         550pp. Index. 25 b/w illustrations and maps. Rebound in library cloth with no library markings.   Corners and extremities rubbed.   1917 First edition, John Murray.
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    Mollo, Boris.   THE INDIAN ARMY. £12.00    
         191pp. Index and bibliography. Includes reference on the succession of titles of Indian Regiments with material about uniforms and history. Well illustrated.   Fine in fine dw.   1981 First edition, Blandford Press.
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    Mollo, Boris.   THE INDIAN ARMY. £16.00    
         191pp. Index and bibliography. Includes reference on the succession of titles of Indian Regiments with material about uniforms and history. Well illustrated. From the library of P.J.O.Taylor with his signature.   Fine in fine dw.   1981 First edition, Blandford Press.
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    Mollo, Boris.   THE INDIAN ARMY. £5.00    
         191pp. Index and bibliography. Includes reference on the succession of titles of Indian Regiments with material about uniforms and history. Well illustrated.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1986 Reprint, New Orchard Editions.
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    Mollo, Boris.   THE INDIAN ARMY. £5.00    
         191pp. Index and bibliography. Includes reference on the succession of titles of Indian Regiments with material about uniforms and history. Well illustrated.   Fine in very good dw. Inscription.   1981 First edition, Blandford Press.
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    Mollo, Boris.   THE INDIAN ARMY. £12.00    
         191pp. Index and bibliography. Includes reference on the succession of titles of Indian Regiments with material about uniforms and history. Well illustrated. From the library of P.J.O.Taylor with his signature.   Fine in very good dw.   1981 First edition, Blandford Press.
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    Mollo, Boris.   THE INDIAN ARMY. £12.00    
         191pp. Index and bibliography. Includes reference on the succession of titles of Indian Regiments with material about uniforms and history. Well illustrated.   Fine in fine dw.   1981 First edition, Blandford Press.
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    Mollo, Boris.   THE INDIAN ARMY. £12.00    
         191pp. Index and bibliography. Includes reference on the succession of titles of Indian Regiments with material about uniforms and history. Well illustrated.   Fine in fine dw.   1981 First edition, Blandford Press.
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    Mollo, Boris.   THE INDIAN ARMY. £12.00    
         191pp. Index and bibliography. Includes reference on the succession of titles of Indian Regiments with material about uniforms and history. Well illustrated.   Fine in very good dw.   1981 First edition, Blandford Press.
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    Monson, Lord and Gower, George Leveson.   MEMOIRS OF GEORGE ELERS, Captain in the 12th Regiment of Foot (1771-1842) to which are added Correspondence and Other Papers with Genealogy and Notes. £85.00    
         324pp. Index. Frontispiece (loose), 1 colour plate and folding map. A very gossipy memoir of early 19th century army life in India with quarrels, duels and courts-martial. He came up too late for Seringapatam and seems to have largely avoided enemy engagement.   Very good.   1903 First edition, William Heinemann.
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    Montgomery, Brian.   MONTY'S GRANDFATHER. £12.00    
      A Life's Service for the Raj.   140pp. Index. 16 b/w photographs. Based on the personal papers of Sir Robert Montgomery 1809-1887. Much on the Mutiny when Montgomery played a central part in holding the Punjab. After the Mutiny he was Lieutenant Governor of the Punjab for six years.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1984 First edition, Blandford.
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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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    Muthanna, I.M.   GENERAL CARIAPPA. £18.00    
      The First Indian Commander-in-Chief.   148pp. Index. His origins in Kodagu (Coorg), one of the first Indians to be commissioned (in 1919), he commanded the Indian Army in the war of 1947.   Very good.   1964 First edition, Usha Press, Mysore City.
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    Myatt, Frederick.   THE MARCH TO MAGDALA. £14.00    
      The Abyssinian War 1868.   206pp. Index. 27 b/w illustrations and 2 maps. The Indian Army campaigns in Africa.   Very good indeed in slightly rubbed dw.   1970 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Napier, Priscilla.   I HAVE SIND. £28.00    
      Charles Napier in India 1841-1844.   327pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Michael Russell, Salisbury.
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    Napier, Priscilla.   RAVEN CASTLE. £28.00    
      Charles Napier in India 1844-1851.   305pp. The Hill campaign of 1844-45 and the Sikh Wars.   Fine in fine dw.   1991 First edition, Michael Russell,Salisbury.
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    National Army Museum.   THE VICTORIA CROSSES AND GEORGE CROSSES OF THE HONOURABLE EAST INDIA COMPANY AND INDIAN ARMY 1856-1945. £14.00    
         47pp. 9 plates. Card covers. 9 full-page b/w illustrations.   Very good. Owner's name.   1962 First edition, National Army Museum.
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    National Army Museum.   THE ARMY IN INDIA. £28.00    
      A Photographic Record 1850-1914.   142 photographs, many remarkable, reproduced and annotated.   Very good in like dw.   1968 First edition, Hutchinson.
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    National Army Museum.   THE ARMY IN INDIA. £32.00    
      A Photographic Record 1850-1914.   142 photographs, many remarkable, reproduced and annotated.   Fine in fine dw.   1968 First edition, Hutchinson.
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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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    Niven, Colonel Bruce.   THE MOUNTAIN KINGDOM. £13.00    
      Volume 2 The Gurkhas and their Homeland.   110pp. 4to. Colour photographs with brief texts.   Fine in fine dw.   2001 First edition, Niven.
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    Northey, W.Brook and Morris, C.J.   THE GURKHAS. £49.00    
      Their Manners, Customs and Country.   282pp. Index. 69 photographs. Folding map.   Very good. A nice, clean copy.   1928 First edition, John Lane.
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    Northey, W.Brook and Morris, C.J.   THE GURKHAS. £58.00    
      Their Manners, Customs and Country.   282pp. Index. 69 photographs. Folding map.   Very good in worn dw. Owner's name.   1928 First edition, John Lane.
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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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    Padre, The.   FIFTY THOUSAND MILES ON A HOSPITAL SHIP. £24.00    
      A Chaplain's Experiences in the Great War.   284pp. 21 b/w plates. With Indian and ANZAC casualties from Gallipolli   Very good . Bookplate.   1917 First edition, The Religious Tract Society.
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    Palit, Major-General D.K.   HISTORY OF THE REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY INDIAN ARMY. £32.00    
         342pp. Index. From 1935 to 1972.   Near-fine in like dw.   1972 First, Leo Cooper.
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    Palit, Major-General D.K.   THE LIGHTNING CAMPAIGN. £14.00    
      The Indo-Pakistan War of 1971.   The Indian invasion of East Pakistan. 172pp 19 maps 23 photographs.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1972 First edition, Compton Press, Salisbury.
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    Palit, Major-General D.K.   JAMMU AND KASHMIR ARMS. £31.00    
      History of the J & K Rifles.   305pp. Index. 6 maps and 26 b/w illustrations. A military history covering the Sikh empire, both world wars and partition campaigns in 1947 and 48.   Very good in worn dw.   1972 First edition, Palit & Dutt, Dehra Dun
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    Parker, John.   THE GURKHAS. £12.00    
      The Inside Story of the World's Most Feared Soldiers.   276pp. Index. 38 b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw   1999 First edition, Headline.
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    Parker, John.   THE GURKHAS. £10.00    
      The Inside Story of the World's Most Feared Soldiers.   276pp. Index. 38 b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw   2005 Reprint, Bounty Books.
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    Pataudi, Sher Ali.   THE STORY OF SOLDIERING AND POLITICS IN INDIA AND PAKISTAN. £45.00    
         423 + vii pp. 4 colour and 40 rather smudgy b/w photographs. Autobiography covering his princely origins, Sandhurst education, service in the pre-47 Indian and Pakistan armies, and his later career as diplomat and politician. Presentation copy signed and inscribed by the author.   Very good indeed in very good dw..   1978 First edition, Wajidalis, Lahore.
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    Pataudi, Sher Ali.   QUEST OF IDENTITY. £45.00    
      The Entanglement of Muslims in India and Pakistan.   480pp. Index. Presentation copy signed and inscribed by the author.   Very good indeed in very good dw..   1984 First edition, Al Kitab, Lahore.
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    Payne, A.A.   A HANDBOOK OF BRITISH AND FOREIGN ORDERS, WAR MEDALS AND DECORATIONS awarded to the Army and Navy £31.00    
         811pp. 'Illustrated with nearly Sixty Portraits, Orders and Medals'. Includes section on the India Army.   Fine.   1981 Reprint, Hayward, Suffolk.
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    Pemble, John.   BRITAIN'S GURKHA WAR. £10.00    
      The Invasion of Nepal, 1814-16.   389pp. Index.13 b/w illustrations. 5 maps.   Fine in fine dw.   2008 Frontline Books.
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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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    Perkins, Roger.   REGIMENTS OF THE EMPIRE. £32.00    
      A Bibliography.   Over 800 titles and 1000 units listed. The books are identified and evaluated. Privately published. Typeset by the compiler. 382pp with 164pp relating to India. Inscribed by the author on the title page.   Fine in very good dw.   1989 First edition, privately published, Newton Abbot
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    Perkins, Roger.   THE PUNJAB MAIL MURDER. £10.00    
      The Story of an Indian Army Officer.   91pp. Index. Many illustrations. Much military detail on North West Frontier campaign of 1930-31. Celebrated 1931 murder of a British officer of the 2nd/8th Punjab Regiment. Extraordinary detail on officers and politically motivated assassins.   Fine in fine dw.   1986 First edition, Picton.
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    Perkins, Roger.   REGIMENTS OF THE EMPIRE. £36.00    
      A Bibliography.   Over 800 titles and 1000 units listed. The books are identified and evaluated. Privately published. Typeset by the compiler. 382pp with 164pp relating to India.   Fine in fine dw.   1989 First edition, privately published, Newton Abbot
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    Pickering, Major Jim.   SOLDIER OF THE SIXTH. £13.00    
         184pp. From bandboy to adjutant in the Royal Warwickshire Regiment 1925-61. 6 chapters on service in India.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 First edition, The Pentland Press.
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    Pollock, Sam.   MUTINY FOR THE CAUSE. £24.00    
      The story of the revolt of Ireland's 'Devil's Own' and the Connaught Rangers in British India in 1920.   106pp. Index. 12 b/w illustrations.   Very good in rubbed dw.   1969 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Portland (R.W.Morland-Hughes).   MY DEAR WALTER. £10.00    
      Observations of a Gurkha Officer 1937-43.   60pp. Humorous letters and drawings in colour facsimile.   Fine in near fine dw.   1987 First edition, Quiller Press.
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    Pottinger, George and Macrory, Patrick.   THE TEN-RUPEE JEZAIL. £26.00    
      Figures in the First Afghan War 1838-1842.   240pp. Index.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1993 First edition, Michael Russell.
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    Powell, Geoffrey.   THE KANDYAN WARS. £25.00    
      The British Army in Ceylon 1803-1818.   320pp. Index. 29 illustrations.   Fine in very good dw.   1973 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Powell, Geoffrey.   THE KANDYAN WARS. £18.00    
      The British Army in Ceylon 1803-1818.   320pp. Index. 29 illustrations.   Fine in torn dw with loss to the front panel.   1973 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Prakash, Arun.   THE YOUNG WARRIORS. £40.00    
      A History of the Rashtriya Indian Military College, Dehra Dun (circa 1902-1922-2002).   555pp. Illustrated in colour and b/w. Presentation copy signed by the author.   Fine in fine dw.   2004 First edition, for the College.
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    Qureshi, Brigadier M.I. (Retd).   THE HAIDRIS 17 PUNJAB REGIMENT IN INDO-PAK WAR, 1965. £25.00    
         x + 85pp. Many b/w photographs including endpaper group portraits. Map.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2003 First edition, Command and Staff College, Pakistan.
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    Qureshi, Major General Hakeem Arshad.   THE 1971 INDO-PAK WAR. £12.00    
      A Soldier's Narrative.   325pp. Index. Paperback reprint.   Fine.   2012 Reprint, Oxford University Press, Karachi.
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    Rawlinson, H.G.   THE HISTORY OF THE 2/6th RAJPUTANA RIFLES (Prince of Wales Own). £75.00    
         195pp. Index. 9 illustrations and 10 maps. Covers the period from 1817-1922 with material on the Mutiny and much on Mesopotamia in the First World War.   Near-fine in very good dw.   1936 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Rawlinson, H.G.   THE HISTORY OF THE 3rd BATTALION 7th RAJPUT REGIMENT (Duke of Connaught's Own). £117.00    
         223 + x pp. Index. 31 illustrations and maps (several folding). Covers the period from 1778-1939 with material on the Sikh Wars the Mutiny (at Mirzapur), NW Frontier and much on Mesopotamia in the First World War.   Fine in glasssine wrapper. A lovely copy.   1941 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Rawson, P.S.   THE INDIAN SWORD. £36.00    
         108pp. Index. 48 b/w illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   1968 First edition, Arco, New York.
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    Riza, Major General Shaukat (retd).   THE PAKISTAN ARMY 1947-1949. £25.00    
         333pp. Bibliography. 25 b/w photographs. 16 maps. Based on interviews with hundreds of retired officers. Much detail on units and commanders.   Very good in very good, protected dustwrapper.   1997 First Indian edition, Natraj Publications, Dehra Dun, Services Book Club, Lahore.
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    Riza, Major General Shaukat (retd).   THE PAKISTAN ARMY: WAR 1965. £25.00    
         311pp. Index. 39 b/w illustrations and 14 maps.   Very good in very good protected dustwrapper.   2000 Reprint, Natraj Publicarions, Dehra Dun.
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    Robertson, Field-Marshall Sir William.   FROM PRIVATE TO FIELD-MARSHALL. £13.00    
         386pp. Index. Early service on the Chitral expedition and C.I.G.S. 1916-18.   Hinges slack and spine lettering faded.   1921 Second impression, Constable.
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    Robertson, Sir George.   CHITRAL. £85.00    
      The Story of a Minor Siege.   368pp. Index. Folding map. 32 illustrations. Attractive armorial bookplate.   Very good indeed. Short tear to folding map.   1898 First edition, Methuen.
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    Robinson-Horley, E.W.   LAST POST. £10.00    
      An Indian Army Memoir.   178pp. Index. 18 b/w photographs. Life in GHQ India in the days before partition.   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Robinson-Horley, E.W.   LAST POST. £10.00    
      An Indian Army Memoir.   178pp. Index. 18 b/w photographs. Life in GHQ India pre-1947.   Very good.   1985 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Rodger, Alexander.   BATTLE HONOURS OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE AND COMMONWEALTH LAND FORCES 1662-1991. £13.00    
         493pp.   Fine in fine dw.   2003 First edition, The Crowood Press.
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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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    Rundell, Anthony J.   KARS: VICTORY INTO DEFEAT. £18.00    
         220pp. 20 b/w illustrations. 2 maps. Story of young British officer in the defence of Kars against the Turks 1854-55.   Fine in fine dw.   2005 First edition, Impress, Nether Weston.
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    Sandes, Lieut.-Colonel E.W.C.   THE MILITARY ENGINEER IN INDIA. £198.00    
         In 2 volumes. 594pp and 392pp. 66 illustrations and 27 maps, 9 folded in rear pockets. Vol 1 is concerned with military engineering from the 17th century to 1932. Vol 2 the contribution to civil projects, roads, railways, Surveys of India etc, establishing the infrastructure of British India. Index of people most extensive.   Very good. Extremities a little rubbed   1933 and 1935 First editions, Chatham, Institution of Royal Engineers.
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    Sandes, Lieut.-Colonel E.W.C.   THE INDIAN SAPPERS AND MINERS. £108.00    
         726pp. Index. 31 illustrations. 51 maps in text. 3 general maps present in rear pocket. A most detailed account of the engineer arm of the Indian Army in all campaigns from the 18th century to 1939. Hundreds of officers listed in index.   Very good indeed. A nice clean copy. Minor repair to spine cloth.   1948 First edition, Institution of Royal Engineers, Chatham.
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    Saxena, K.M.L.   THE MILITARY SYSTEM OF INDIA 1900-1939. £16.00    
         539pp. Index. How the British organised their army to keep control of India. Research based on the National Archives of India.   Very good in chipped dw.   1974 First edition, Sterling Publishing House, New Delhi.
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    Shakespear, Colonel L.W.   HISTORY OF THE 2nd KING EDWARD'S OWN GOORKHA RIFLES (The Sirmoor Rifles) £58.00    
      Volume 1.   150pp. 28 illustrations and folding maps. In original green cloth with red central band with gilt crest. Photograph of the headstone of General Sir Francis Tuker neatly tipped-in. First published in 1912.   Very good indeed. A very nice copy. Owner's name.   1950 Reprinted edition, Gale & Polden, Aldershot.
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    Shand, Alexander Innes.   GENERAL JOHN JACOB £32.00    
      Commandant of the Sind Irregular Horse and Founder of Jacobabad.   320pp. Index. 26 illustrations and a map.   Very good. An outstanding copy.   1901 Reprint, Seeley & Co..
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    Shand, Alexander Innes.   GENERAL JOHN JACOB £42.00    
      Commandant of the Sind Irregular Horse and Founder of Jacobabad.   320pp. Index. 26 illustrations and a map.   Very good indeed. A lovely copy.   1900 First edition, Seeley & Co..
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    Shipp, John.   MEMOIRS OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MILITARY CAREER OF JOHN SHIPP, £26.00    
      Late a Lieutenant in His Majesty's 87th Regiment.   386pp . Engraved frontispiece, 8 illustrations and a map. Introduction by H.Manners Chichester. Account of his service in the Maharatta and Gurkha wars. In the original red cloth.   An outstanding copy, Without fading or inscriptions.   1894 Second edition, Fisher Unwin.
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    Singh, Amarinder.   LEST WE FORGET. £38.00    
         450pp. Index. 43 maps. Many b/w photographs. Very detailed accounts of the most heroic actions of the post-independence Indian Army, Sikh, Rajput, Kumaon, Jat and Patiala regiments, against Pakistani and Chinese forces. Much on regimental tradition and awards.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First edition, Regiment of Ludhiana Welfare Association, Patiala
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    Skeen, General Sir Andrew.   LESSONS IN IMPERIAL RULE. £10.00    
      Instructions for British Infantrymen on the Indian Frontier.   xii + 144pp. Index. Reprint of 1939 edition of 'Passing It On'. Military instruction for young officers fighting on the Afghan frontier.   Very good.   2008 Frontline Books.
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    Smith, H. Bosworth.   LIFE OF LORD LAWRENCE. £5.00    
         560pp. Pocket format reprint.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good.   Undated (?1930s) Nelon Library Edition.
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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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    Snaffles (C.J.Payne).   MORE BANDOBAST. £98.00    
         4to. 12 tipped-in plates in colour and many drawings in b/w. Field sports and army life on the North-West Frontier in India and in Somaliland and Aden.   Very good in pictorial dw. A little wear to the cloth at the top of the spine and to the wrapper there. All illustrations fine.   1936 First edition, Collins.
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    Stevens, Lieutenant-Colonel G.R.   HISTORY OF THE 2nd KING EDWARD'S OWN GOORKHA RIFLES (The Sirmoor Rifles) £95.00    
      Volume III: 1921-1948.   322pp. 18 plates of b/w photographs and 18 maps. In original green cloth with red central stripe.   Very good indeed. A very nice copy. Inscription.   1952 First edition, Gale & Polden, Aldershot.
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    Stevens, Lieutenant-Colonel G.R.   HISTORY OF THE 2nd KING EDWARD'S OWN GOORKHA RIFLES (The Sirmoor Rifles) £35.00    
      Volume III: 1921-1948.   322pp. 18 plates of b/w photographs and 18 maps. In original green cloth with red central stripe.   A little rubbed and boards lightly spotted with a few marks in the margins. Owner's name.   1952 First edition, Gale & Polden, Aldershot.
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    Stevenson-Hamilton, V.E.O.   YES, YOUR EXCELLENCY. £10.00    
         229pp. 16 photographs. Lively memoirs of Gurkha officer, ADC to the Governor of the Punjab from 1935-1937 and eye-witness to partition.   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First edition, Harmsworth.
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    Stewart, Jules.   THE KHYBER RIFLES. £10.00    
      From the British Raj to Al Qaeda.   224pp. Index. 11 b/w illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   2005 First edition, Sutton Publishing.
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    Stranks, C.J. (edits).   THE PATH OF GLORY. £10.00    
      Being the Memoirs of the Extraordinary Military Career of John Shipp.   247pp. To India at 18, from drummer boy to officer, for 20 years campaigning from 1803.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Othewise fine in dw with one short tear.   1969 First thus, Chatto & Windus.
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    Stranks, C.J. (edits).   THE PATH OF GLORY. £5.00    
      Being the Memoirs of the Extraordinary Military Career of John Shipp.   247pp. To India at 18, from drummer boy to officer, for 20 years campaigning from 1803.   Fine.   1969 First thus, Chatto & Windus.
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    Swinson, Arthur and Scott, Donald (edit).   THE MEMOIRS OF PRIVATE WATERFIELD. £5.00    
         188pp. Index. Diaries of a private in the infantry in India from 1846-1857. Fought in the Sikh wars.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good indeed.   1968 First edition, Cassell.
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    Thomson, H.C.   THE CHITRAL CAMPAIGN. £22.00    
         312pp. 58 (smudgy) b/w photographs and 4 maps and plans. Facsimile reprint of 1895 original by journalist with the relieving force.   Very good in very good dw.   1981 Sang-e-Meel, Lahore.
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    Trench, Charles Chenevix.   THE FRONTIER SCOUTS. £25.00    
         298pp. Index. Appendix of officers mentioned in the text. 38 b/w photographs. 13 maps.   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First edition, Jonathan Cape.
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    Trench, Charles Chenevix.   THE INDIAN ARMY £5.00    
      and the King's Enemies 1900-1947.   312pp. Index. 50 b/w photographs. An account of service in both world wars and other campaigns on all fronts.   Fine in fine dustwrapper. Bookplate and label.   1988 First edition, Thames and Hudson.
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    Trench, Charles Chenevix.   THE INDIAN ARMY £14.00    
      and the King's Enemies 1900-1947.   312pp. Index. 50 b/w photographs. An account of service in both world wars and other campaigns on all fronts.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 First edition, Thames and Hudson.
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    Trench, Charles Chenevix.   THE FRONTIER SCOUTS. £20.00    
         298pp. Index. Appendix of officers mentioned in the text. 38 b/w photographs. 13 maps.   Fine in fine dw apart from small address label.   1985 First edition, Jonathan Cape.
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    Tritton, Alan.   WHEN THE TIGER FOUGHT THE THISTLE. £32.00    
      The Tragedy of Colonel William Baillie of the Madras Army.   314pp. Index. 16 illustrations in colour and 2 maps in b/w.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2013 First edition, The Radcliffe Press.
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    Trotter, Captain L.J.   THE BAYARD OF INDIA. £10.00    
      A Life of General Sir James Outram.   320pp. Index. In Everyman's Library.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good.   No date (c1910) Dent.
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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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    United Services Institution of India.   U.S.I. JOURNAL. £5.00    
      Centenary Number.   c200pp. Card covers. Illustrated in b/w. Essays on Military topics.   Very good. Paper spine rubbed.   1970.
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    Vas, Lt Gen E.A.   WITHOUT BAGGAGE. £12.00    
      A Personal Account of the Jammu & Kashmir Operations 1947-49.   173pp. Index. Description of the campaign by retired Indian general. Maps and plans.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   No date (Preface dated 1988), First edition, Dehra Dun.
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    Venning, Annabel.   FOLLOWING THE DRUM. £5.00    
      The Lives of Army Wives and Daughters Past and Present.   372pp. Index. Illustrated in colour and b/w.   Fine in fine dw.   2005 First edition, Headline.
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    Watson, Adam.   THE WAR OF THE GOLDSMITH'S DAUGHTER. £12.00    
         237pp. Index. 13 illustrations and 3 maps. 15th Century Moslem conquests in South India.   Fine in very good dw.   1964 First edition, Chatto & Windus.
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    Watson, Adam.   THE WAR OF THE GOLDSMITH'S DAUGHTER. £10.00    
         237pp. Index. 13 illustrations and 3 maps. 15th Century Moslem conquests in South India.   Fine   1964 First edition, Chatto & Windus.
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    Watson, Adam.   THE WAR OF THE GOLDSMITH'S DAUGHTER. £10.00    
         237pp. Index. 13 illustrations and 3 maps. 15th Century Moslem conquests in South India.   Very good in very good dw. Corner cut from front endpaper.   1964 First edition, Chatto & Windus.
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    Watson, Major General W.A.   KING GEORGE'S OWN CENTRAL INDIA HORSE. £220.00    
      The Story of a Local Corps   474pp. Index. 4 maps (including large folding map of The Jungles of Central India) and 4 portrait plates. Events from 1857-1921. In the original brown binding with regimental badge on front board.   Very good. An excellent copy.   1930 First edition, William Blackwood.
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    Watson, Major General W.A.   KING GEORGE'S OWN CENTRAL INDIA HORSE. £180.00    
      The Story of a Local Corps   474pp. Index. 4 maps (including large folding map of The Jungles of Central India) and 4 portrait plates. Events from 1857-1921. In the original brown binding with regimental badge on front board.   Very good. An excellent copy.   1930 First edition, William Blackwood.
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    Wheeler, Harold F.B.   THE STORY OF LORD ROBERTS. £10.00    
         272pp. Index. 8 b/w plates and 2 maps. With school prize label. Signature of P.G.O.Taylor, the Mutiny historian.   Very good. Slight nick to head of spine.   No date (label dated 1923), George G. Harrap
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    Wilkinson, Major-General Osborn and Major-General Johnson.   THE GEMINI GENERALS. £49.00    
      Personal Anecdotes, Sporting Adventures, and Sketches of Distinguished Officers.   441pp. In the original maroon cloth. Military exploits in India and Ceylon (with lots of opinions). Essays on 31 Victorian soldiers they knew personally. Chapters on the Mutiny, the Second Afghan War and the Celyon Revolt of 1848.   Very good indeed. An excellent copy.   1896 First edition, A.D.Innes.
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    Wilkinson, Major-General Osborn and Major-General Johnson.   THE GEMINI GENERALS. £22.00    
      Personal Anecdotes, Sporting Adventures, and Sketches of Distinguished Officers.   441pp. In the original maroon cloth. Military exploits in India and Ceylon (with lots of opinions). Essays on 31 Victorian soldiers they knew personally. Chapters on the Mutiny, the Second Afghan War and the Celyon Revolt of 1848.   Poor. Nasty damp stain on front board but inscribed 'from the author'.   1896 First edition, A.D.Innes.
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    Wilkinson-Latham, Christopher.   THE INDIAN MUTINY. £5.00    
         40pp. Card covers. 32 b/w photographs. 8 plates in colour of uniforms by G.A.Embleton. Men-at-Arms Series.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise fine.   1990 Reprint, Osprey.
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    Willcocks, General Sir James.   WITH THE INDIANS IN FRANCE. £252.00    
         406pp. Index. Large 8vo. Edition limited to 150 numbered and signed copies. This copy is numbered 64 but there is no signature. 9 tissue-guarded plates, 6 maps (4 folding) and a facsimile.   Section cut from the top of the front endpaper. Otherwise a lovely copy in the original red cloth.   1920 First edition, Constable.
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    Williams, Captain John.   THE BENGAL NATIVE INFANTRY. £31.00    
      An Historical Account from its First Formation in 1757 to 1796.   388pp. Facsimile reprint of 1817 publication. 4 plates in colour. Reprint limited to 550 copies.   Fine in fine dw.   1970 Muller.
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    Willoughby, Maurice.   ECHO OF A DISTANT DRUM. £12.00    
      The Last Generation of Empire.   298pp. 65 b/w photographs. Childhood in India (Naini Tal) an ICS uncle murdered in his District in 1920, and a Haileybury education. Then Sandhurst and service on the North West Frontier with the Highland Light Infantry.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2001 First edition, The Book Guild, Lewes.
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    Wolseley, Field Marshall Viscount.   THE STORY OF A SOLDIER'S LIFE. £76.00    
         In 2 vols. 398 and 383pp. Index. Service in the Burma, Crimea, Mutiny (150pp), China in 1860, Red River, Ashanti War. In the original olive cloth.   Very good. Inscription from 1903 and later address label. Some spotting to early pages but a nice set   1903 First edition, Constable.
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    Woods, Frederick (edits).   YOUNG WINSTON'S WARS. £10.00    
      The original despatches of Winston S.Churchill, War Correspondent 1897-1900.   350pp. Index. His contributions to the 'Morning Post and 'Daily Telegraph' from India and Africa reprinted for the first time.   Fine in near-fine dw. A lovely copy.   1973 Viking Press, New York.
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    Woods, Frederick (edits).   YOUNG WINSTON'S WARS. £5.00    
      The original despatches of Winston S.Churchill, War Correspondent 1897-1900.   350pp. Index. His contributions to the 'Morning Post' and 'Daily Telegraph' from India and Africa reprinted for the first time.   Very good in very good dw. Large armorial bookplate.   1972 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Woods, Frederick (edits).   YOUNG WINSTON'S WARS. £5.00    
      The original despatches of Winston S.Churchill, War Correspondent 1897-1900.   350pp. Index. His contributions to the 'Morning Post' and 'Daily Telegraph' from India and Africa reprinted for the first time.   Fine in fine dw.   1972 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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    Wright, Charles.   SERVICE BEFORE SELF. £10.00    
      A Tribute to the Indian Military Acadamy Before and After Partition.   194pp. Card covers. Photographs in b/w.   Fine.   2002 First edition, Raby Books, Co. Durham.
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    Yadav, Brigadier Kim.   BRITISH LIONS AND INDIAN TIGERS. £10.00    
      Triumph of the Sepoy against the British Sword.   240pp. Index. The author was ADC to Mountbatten. Memoirs of his army service.   Fine in fine dw. Stamped 'complimentary copy'.   2004 first edition, Manas Publications, New Delhi.
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    Yeats-Brown, F.   MARTIAL INDIA. £10.00    
      The Story of Two Million Volunteers.   200pp. 24 b/w photographs and 10 maps. Indian involvement in the Second World War from North Africa to Burma.   Very good in dw. Front endpaper removed. Boards a little marked by condensation.   1945 First, Eyre & Spottiswoode.
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    Yeats-Brown, F.   BENGAL LANCER. £13.00    
         288pp. Experiences in India and Mesopotamia of a cavalry officer before and during the First World War. Good descriptions of polo and pig-sticking.   Very good.   1930 First edition, Gollancz.
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    Yeats-Brown, F.   BENGAL LANCER. £12.00    
         288pp. Experiences in India and Mesopotamia of a cavalry officer before and during the First World War. Good descriptions of polo and pig-sticking.   Very good. Bookplate.   1930 First edition, Gollancz.
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    Yeats-Brown, F.   BENGAL LANCER. £5.00    
         288pp. Experiences in India and Mesopotamia of a cavalry officer before and during the First World War. Good descriptions of polo and pig-sticking.   Very good in very good dw. Some spotting to edges.   1935 Reprint, Victor Gollancz.
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    Younghusband, Col G.J.   THE STORY OF THE GUIDES. £22.00    
         207pp. Index. 16 illustrations. Frontier wars over fifty years.   A little rubbed but internally very good.   1909 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Younghusband, Col G.J.   THE STORY OF THE GUIDES. £14.00    
         207pp. Index. 16 illustrations. Frontier wars over fifty years.   Poor but complete. Binding slack and cloth split and marked.   1908 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Younghusband, Col G.J.   THE STORY OF THE GUIDES. £25.00    
         207pp. Index. 16 illustrations. Frontier wars over fifty years.   Front edges of boards a little worn but internally very good.   1908 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Younghusband, Col G.J.   THE STORY OF THE GUIDES. £25.00    
         207pp. Index. 16 illustrations. Frontier wars over fifty years.   Very good. Inscription from 1911. A nice clean copy.   1908 Reprint, Macmillan.
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    Younghusband, Col G.J.   THE STORY OF THE GUIDES. £120.00    
         207pp. Index. 16 illustrations. Frontier wars over fifty years. In the original red cloth.   Very good indeed. An outstanding copy.   1908 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Cemeteries Ceylon    
    Chinese Central Asia Delhi    
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    Hinduism Hon. East India Company    
    Hyderabad Imperialism    
    Indian Civil & Political Services India in Fiction    
    Indian Forest Service Indian Himalaya    
    Indian Mutiny Indian National Army    
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    Mountaineering Nagas and Nagaland    
    Nationalism & Independence The Nehru Family    
    Nepal North-East India    
    North-West Frontier Pakistan    
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    Photography Police & the Law    
    Princely India Punjab    
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    The Marathas The Mughals    
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