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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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    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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    Anon (officers of the regiment).   THE GUIDES 1846-1922. £200.00    
         347pp. Index. 11 maps in the text and 6 (of 7) in rear pocket. 19 b/w photographs. Ex-Westminster Public Library with label, rubber stamp marks to maps and plates, spine mark and embossed mark on front board. Mainly relating to campaigns in Afghanistan and on the North-West Frontier. World War I in Mesopotamia.   Very good.   1938 Gale and Polden, Aldershot.
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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 STORY OF THE PAKISTAN AIR FORCE. £90.00    
      A Saga of Courage and Honour.   719pp. Lists of commanders. Many colour paintings of aircraft and photographs in b/w. A heavy book.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1988 First edition, Shaheen Foundation, Islamabad.
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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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    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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    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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    Cardew, Major F.G.   HODSON'S HORSE 1857-1922. £200.00    
         402pp. Index. Large folding map at end. 9 portraits and 14 other maps and plans. The first 90 pages relate to Mutiny actions.   Very good in complete but slightly chipped and darkening dustwrapper. Front hinge slack. Rusting paper-clip mark on front endpapers. Frontispiece loose.   1928 First edition, William Blackwood.
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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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Franks, Norman L.R.   FIRST IN THE INDIAN SKIES. £21.00    
         255pp. Index. 4to. The story of 31 Squadron RAF. Service on the NW Frontier, in Burma and India from 1919-1948. Profusely illustrated.   Fine in fine dw.   1981 First edition, The RAF Collection.
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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Jackson, Major Donovan.   INDIA'S ARMY. £22.00    
         584pp. Chapters on each of the regiments of the Indian Army. With 14 colour plates of uniforms and many b/w illustrations. Pocket size format but a chunky volume.   Very good. Cloth a little rubbed.   No date (foreword dated 1940) Sampson Low.
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    Jackson, Major Donovan.   INDIA'S ARMY. £35.00    
         584pp. Chapters on each of the regiments of the Indian Army. With 14 colour plates of uniforms and many b/w illustrations. Pocket size format but a chunky volume. Sellotaped to the half-title is a brief note signed by Claude Auchinleck dated 1961   Very good. Owner's name.   No date (foreword dated 1940) Sampson Low.
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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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Mackie, John H.F. (edits).   ANSWERING THE CALL. £15.00    
      Letters from the Somerset Light Infantry 1914-19.   438pp. Illustrated in colour and b/w. Signed by the editor on the title page. War service of young officer principally in India and the Andaman Islands. Later in Egypt and briefly in France and Germany.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First edition, Raby, Eggleston.
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    McAlister, Major General R.W.L.   BUGLE AND KUKRI. £35.00    
      The Story of The 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles. Volume Two.   506pp + index. 23 maps. Covers events from 1948-1975   Fine in near-fine dustwrapper.   1985 Second printing, The Regimental Trust
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    Mullaly, Colonel B.R.   BUGLE AND KUKRI. £250.00    
      The Story of The 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles.   492pp. Index. 43 b/w photographs. 21 maps. On the front endpaer is a small typed label recording the award of the Victoria Cross to L/C Rambahadur Limbu in 1966. This copy is signed by him on the half title and dated 1978. This was the only VC awarded to the regiment. Related information is loosely inserted.   Fine in fine dustwrapper. A superb association copy.   1957 First edition, William Blackwood and Son's.
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    Pakistan Air Force.   THE STORY OF THE PAKISTAN AIR FORCE 1988-1998. £67.00    
      A Battle against Odds.   414pp. Index. Large 8vo. Illustrated in colour and b/w. 5 appendices.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, Shaheen Foundation, Islamabad.
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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.   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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    Pearson, Brigadier P.T.C.   BUGLE AND KUKRI. £45.00    
      The Story of The 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles. Volume Three   386pp. Index. 58 b/w photographs. Endpaper maps. 13 appendices. Covers the period from 1975-1994.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2000 First edition, The Regimental Trust
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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.   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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    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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    Praval, K.C.   INDIA'S PARATROOPERS. £45.00    
      A History of the Parachute Regiment of India.   366pp. Index. Colour frontispiece. 52 b/w illustrations and 30 maps (4 folding in rear pocket). Founded in 1941, the regiment saw service in Burma, Kashmir and as UN peacekeepers. Appendices of commanders, awards and casualties. Printed in India for the regiment.   Very good indeed in complete dw with some edge-wear.   1975 First edition, Leo Cooper.
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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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    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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    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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    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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    Sandes, Lieut.-Colonel E.W.C.   FROM PYRAMID TO PAGODA. £168.00    
      The Story of the West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales's Own) in the War 1939-1945 and Afterwards.   xiii + 306pp. Index. 4to. 2 full page portraits and 27 maps (10 folding). Service principally in Burma.   Very good in dustwrapper with a little loss to top and bottom of spine and front panel. Some light spotting to endpapers. Owner's name from 1952.   No date (1951) F.J.Parsons.
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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Tennant, Lieutenant-Colonel E.   THE ROYAL DECCAN HORSE IN THE GREAT WAR. £280.00    
         181pp. 3 plates in colour and 5 folding maps. 9 appendices. In green cloth with gilt regimental badge on front board.   Near-fine. A lovely copy.   1939 First edition, Gale & Polden, Aldershot.
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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 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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    Tuker, Lieutenant-General Sir Francis.   GORKHA. £32.00    
      The Story of the Gurkhas of Nepal.   319pp. Index. 31 b/w photographs and a folding map.   Near-fine in like dw. An outstanding copy.   1957 First edition, Constable.
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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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    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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    Wood, Stephen.   IN THE FINEST TRADITION. £12.00    
      The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards: Its History and Treasures.   158pp. Index. Illustrated in colour and b/w.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 First edition, Mainstream, Edinburgh.
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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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