Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: Penguin Books. Good+; Some reading and cover creases, some edge and shelf wear, black ink . blot to fore edge of reading block, ink name to front endpaper. ; Good . reading copy. Cover deaign uncredited.. 1992. Reprint. Paperback. Fifth Printing; The Regeneration Trilogy; Vol. 1; 256 pages; 1917 and when Siegfried Sassoon's A Soldiers Declaration is made public, the authorities decide to have him declared unfit for service and send him to Craiglockhart hospital. There he meets Doctor William Rivers a psychologist who attempts to restore the sanity of officers affected by The Great War. ; 0140123083 .
New York: Penguin Books. Very Good; Lightly sunned spine, some edge toning to inside covers and . edges of reading block. ; First American paperback edition. Nice tight . flat copy, no names inside, appears unread. Wrap around cover artwork by . Hodges Soileau.. 1983. Reprint. Paperback. First Printing; 400 pages; Novel based on the true story of a man who took incredible risks to rescue more than a thousand Jews from the clutches of the Nazis. ; 0140067841 .
Washington D C: Near East Report. Very Good; Some reading and cover creases, old price sticker to front . cover with remains of others, ink tick mark to front endpaper. ; Stated . ISBN 0936146001. Nice tight copy, no names inside.. 1980. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; Maps and Charts; 232 pages; A history of the Arab-Israeli conflict through the 20th century from the time of British administration of the area, through the creation of the state of Israel up to the time of writing in 1980. Including sections on each of the major armed conflicts and American policy in the region .
London: Abacus Books (Sphere). Near Fine; Minor foxing. ; Nice tight flat copy, no names inside, appears . unopened. Wrap around cover artwork uncredited. Translated from the . original Italian by Ruth Feldman.. 1987. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 176 pages; Fifteen short character studies of people the author met during his time in the Auschwitz concentration camp. Some of the characters appeared in Levi's earlier Hollocaust memoirs, others however didn't fit into the narrative and appear here for the first time. ; 0349122008 .
Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: Penguin Books Ltd. Near Fine; Minor shelf wear. ; Nice tight flat copy, no names or marks . inside, appears unread.. 1989. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 346 pages; True account, based on survivors testimony of what happened to approximately two thousand allied POWs who having managed to survive the building of the notorious Burma Railway were then shipped to Japan to work as slave labour. Crammed into the forward holds of two troopships they were one week out of Singapore when the torpedoes of American submarines struck... ; 0140122370 .
London: Arrow Books. Very Good+; Light reading creases, slight foxing to endpapers and edges of . reading block. ; First paperback edition. Nice tight flat copy, no names . inside. Wrap around cover artwork uncredited.. 1975. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 400 pages; February 1943. Lieutenant-Commander Steven Marshall brings his battle-scarred submarine home after fourteen months of continuous active service. But there is to be no rest, for he is imediately sent back into the Mediterranean on a top secret mission, in command of a captured German U-boat. ; 0099097605 .
London: Panther. Very Good; Some cover scuffing and edge wear, paper toned with some foxing . to edges of reading block. ; Panther 709. Nice tight copy, no names . inside. Cover artwork uncredited. Heavy book and priced accordingly.. 1961. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . Thirteenth Printing; 432 pages; Mailer's classic novel of love and war based on his own experiences in the Pacific during World War II. .
London: Cassell. Very Good-; Light reading creases, slightly concaved spine, some foxing. ; . Nice tight copy, no names inside. Cover design by Jamie Tanner. Englih . translation uncredited. Heavy book and priced accordingly.. 2001. Reprint. Paperback. Fifth Printing; Cassell Military Paperbacks; 576 pages; The most popular novel written in German regarding World War II. The story of a U-boat, her commander and crew, on a patrol out into the North Atlantic, when the tide of war had turned against the U-boat flotillas of Admiral Donitz, and the chance of survival was decreasing at an alarming rate. ; 0304352314 .
London: Futura Publications. Very Good; Light reading and cover creases, paper starting to tone, ink . stamp to front endpaper. ; Nice tight copy, no names inside.. 1980. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 304 pages; Autobiography of how a young nine-year-old Jewish boy survived three years in the country districts of wartime Poland. ; 0708817262 .
Ilfracombe, Devon: Arthur H.Stockwell Ltd. Very Good; Light reading and cover creases, some foxing to inside covers, . endpapers and edges of reading block. ; Nice tight copy. Signed by author . on front endpaper "To Paul with kind regards, Don MacNaughton". Cover . artwork by Stephen Heath.. 1983. First Edition. Paperback. First Printing; 416 pages; First hand account of life in the Parachute Regiment during the 1960s, covering conflicts against Arabian hill tribesmen in the Radfan mountains, terrorists in the streets of Aden, and Indonesian troops in the jungles of Borneo. ; Signed by Author; 0722317522 .
London: Fontana. Very Good+; Light shelf and edge wear with small split to base of spine. ; . Nice tight flat copy, no names inside, appears unread. Wrap around cover . artwork uncredited.. 1983. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 224 pages; The Partisans in Yugoslavia, led by Josip Broz Tito, are fiercly and effectively resisting the German occupation of their homeland. Fighting such courage and resilience, and the waning morale of their Italian allies, the German High Command masterminds a strategy which will totally annihilate the Partisan resistance. Three men are given the dangerous assignment of conveying the battle plan to the pro-German Yugoslav Royalists. Three men, led by the enigmatic Major Peter Petersen, all highly trained in the skills of espionage and guerrilla warfare and all are Yugoslavs. But where do their loyalties lie? ; 0006167632 .
London: Pan Books. Good; Light reading and cover creases, some faint ink marks to front . cover, some staining to bottom fore corner of reading block, some foxing. . ; Nice tight copy, no names inside. Cover artwork by Tom Stimpson.. 1971. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . Twenty-Second Printing; 288 pages; May 1940. A four man tank crew seeks shelter in a railway tunnel after being divebombed by Stukas, only to be sealed in. When they dig their way out, they are 40 miles behind enemy lines. ; 0330026860 .
London: Abacus. Good+; Some reading and cover creases, spine somewhat cocked and cracked, . paper starting to tone with some foxing. ; Good reading copy with no names . inside. Cover design and photo uncredited.. 1993. First British Edition. Paperback. Sixteenth Printing; 256 pages; Vietnam. A war that was billed as a test of manhood but turned out to be a warped version of Peter Pan. A brutal Neverneverland where little boys didn't have to grow up. They just grew old before their time. What happened to the lost boys and girls straight out of school who were plunged from the basketball park into the napalm jungle? Who were they fighting for? How did conscripts and volunteers live through the war and how can they live with the scars? A unique and harrowing collection of interviews with those that have had to. The story of the human cost of a war that had no survivors, only veterans. ; 0349102392 .
London: Four Square. Good; Some reading and cover creases, some shelf and edge wear with splits . to extremities of cocked spine, somewhat thumbed, paper toned. ; Four . Square 177. Reading copy only. Cover artwork by Mortelmans.. 1959. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 224 pages; Account of the capture of a German submarine during World War Two. The vessel in question, U-505. The date, June 4th, 1944. The location, 150 nautical miles off the coast of West Africa... .
London: Futura Publications. Very Good; Light reading and cover crease, some shelf and edge wear, . sticker ghost to rear cover. ; Nice tight copy, no names or marks inside. . Cover design uncredited.. 1980. First Edition. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 272 pages; Novel inspired by a night time air raid on the UK mainland by German fixed wing aircraft during World War I. ; 0708817874 .
Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: Penguin Books. Fair; Some cover creases and edge wear, sunned spine. Missing front . endpaper and title, some foxing. ; Reading copy, no names inside. Cover . photo of Cecile Paoli as Francoise and David Beames as Franklin from the . BBC television adaptation.. 1980. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . 256 pages; The story of an allied airman's escape across occupied France. ; 0140012796 .
London: John Spencer & Co. (Publishers) Ltd.. Very Good-; Light reading creases and shelf wear with tiny split to base . of spine, old dealer sticker to front cover, paper lightly toned. ; Badger . Books WW154. Nice tight copy, no names inside. Cover artwork by Fox.. 1965. Not First Edition. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 160 pages; World War II was entering its final stages. To the west and south British and American forces had crossed into Germany. To the east the Red Army was poised to strike a hammer blow against Berlin. Defeat was inevitable, but for one man whose hatred for the enemy was only exceeded for his love for Germany, a twist of fate would force a choice to make temporary allies out of implacable enemies. .
London: Chatto & Windus. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Ex library copy with usual stamps and . marks inside, slight grime to edges of reading block. ; DJ in protective . cover. Green rexine library binding. Nice tight copy, no names inside. DJ . design uncredited.. 1968. Hardcover. Ex-Library . Sixth Printing; 256 pages; A small French provincial town on the Basque coast is disturbed in it's winter quiet by a sprinkling of journalists, refugees and spies. The only sign that the Spanish Civil War is raging just across the frontier. For Irish war correspondant James Milcom the tragedy is heightened due to his relationship with a "White" Condessa, whose husband is held priosoner by the "Reds". In meetings snatched amid the stress of war in Spain or in the tranquil peace of France their love swiftly grows. ; 0701113863 .
London: Fontana. Very Good-; Light reading and cover creases. Light foxing to inside . covers, endpapers and edges of reading block. ; Fontana 3121. Nice tight . copy, no names inside. Wrap around cover artwork uncredited.. 1972. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . Seventh Printing; Maps; 320 pages; Excellent biography of the German Field-Marshal with a detailed look at his impact upon the Allies in World War II. Includes as an appendix translations of Rommel's personal papers on the rules of desert warfare and the battles of 1942. With a foreword by Field Marshal Sir Claude Auchinleck. .
London: Mayflower. Very Good-; Light shelf wear, inside covers and endpapers heavily foxed . with some foxing to edges of reading block. ; Nice tight flat copy, no . names inside, appears unread. Cover photo by William Heyes. Translated . from the original French by Xan Fielding.. 1969. Reprint. Paperback. Mass Market PB . First Printing; 256 pages; All the criss-crossing currents of a generation of war, love and politics came together at Sauveterre, a desolate windswept plateau in France. For it was there in 1943 that the leader of a maquis band called Laurent de Portailles fell in love with Nathalie, even though their families were deadly rivals. He was Catholic, she was Protestant. Where she would be murdered by the SS and where, he twenty years later, would return to die, hounded by De Gaulle's secret police for his role in the right-wing OAS. ; 0583116116 .