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MILITARY INTELLIGENCE: A History
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MILITARY INTELLIGENCE: A History

By Gudgin, Peter

Stroud, Glousestershire, Great Britain: Sutton Publishing, 1999. xix, + 236pp., intext tables and unpaginated [16 page], [mostly] archivally-illustrated b/white halftone plates. Book clean and square. Spine firm, bright gilt title there-on. Leaves clean. Printed, loose-plastic protected dustjacket nominally edgeworn only. "What is Military Intelligence? Who collects, it, collates it and makes use of the finished product? These and other intriguing questions are clearly explained..." Contents include: List of Plates/Charts, Acks., Abbreviations and Acronyms, Intro., British Military Intelligence to 1919, British Military Intelligence 1919-45, The Cold War: 1946-88, Sources Of Military Intelligence, Covert Intelligence and Counter-Espionage, British Military Deception 1939-45, Conclusion. Appendix: Military Intelligence In Other Countries, Biblio., Index. Book weight approx. 720g.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good +/Very Good +. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$19.97

THE WARCOS: The War Correspondents Of World War 11
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THE WARCOS: The War Correspondents Of World War 11

By Collier, Richard

London: Weidenfeld And Nicolson, 1989. x, 230pp., & 8 page b/w illustrated section.Ordinary cloth. Book slightly warped. Leaves yellowing. Illustrated dustjacket nominal wear only. At 5am., 1st. September 1939, in Warsaw, the 'Warcos', [War Correspondents], story began. It ended at 4.38pm., 11th September, 1945 in Tokyo. From first hand experience, the author takes the reader into the world of courageous War Correspondents. Weight approx. 580g.. First Edition. Hard Cover + D/J. Fair+/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$14.26

TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY WARPLANES: The World's Most Potent Military Aircraft
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TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY WARPLANES: The World's Most Potent Military Aircraft

By Crawford, Steve

London: Brown Partworks Ltd., 2002. 96pp., half-page colour illustrations throughout. Leaves are clean, crisp, unmarked. Pictorial boards have several small indentations, corresponding to similar marks on identical pictorial dustjacket. Top and bottom edges of jacket slightly bumped and stretched. Up-to-date contents include one page descriptions on the F-22 Raptor, F-35, and existing craft from countries including China, European Collaboration [NATO], France, Great Britain, Russia, Sweden and USA. Weight approx. 680g. .. 1st. British. Hard Cover + D/J [Oblong]. Very Good +/Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$10.01

NO EASY ANSWERS: The Development of the Navies of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka 1945-1996
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NO EASY ANSWERS: The Development of the Navies of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka 1945-1996

By Goldrick, James

New Delhi: Lancer Publishing, 1997. "Papers in Australian Maritime Affairs, No.2." xiii, 225pp., illustrations throughout in b/w. Book square, tight, clean, a miniscule bump to top rear foredge. Illustrated, laminated boards. Identically illustrated dustjacket has negligible edgewear and indentations. Vastly experienced in contempory and historical naval subjects, the author/lecturer, at the time of publication, was a commander in the Royal Australian Navy. With an expert's knowledge, he looks at the navies of four Indian Ocean/ Subcontinent countries, a potential simmering cauldron. Contents include: India and Pakistan: The Beginning, Indian Navy 1947-1971, Pakistan Navy 1947-1971, The 1971 Indo-Pakistan war at sea, Indian Navy 1972-1996, Pakistan Navy ditto, Bangladesh Navy, Sri Lankan Navy, Biblio, Index. Published in U.K. and U.S.A., by Spantech & Lancer. Comments expressed are "The author's, and do not represent opinions of the ADF, DOD or Australian Government." Book weight approx. 500g. . First Edition. Hard Cover + D/J [Oblong]. Very Good +/Very Good +. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$14.67

DOCUMENTS CONCERNING GERMAN- POLISH RELATIONS and the OUTBREAK OF HOSTILITIES BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND GERMANY on SEPTEMBER 3, 1939  Miscellaneous No.9 [1939]
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DOCUMENTS CONCERNING GERMAN- POLISH RELATIONS and the OUTBREAK OF HOSTILITIES BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND GERMANY on SEPTEMBER 3, 1939 Miscellaneous No.9 [1939]

London: H.M.S.O., 1939. xxv111 + 195pp. stapled spine still tight, cover fair-small meal hole top r/h corner and top of spine, pages yellowed. Documents cover the few months leading up to the outbreak of World War Two. Weight approx. 310g. Postage charge will be reduced as this item will post under 500g. packed weight. . Stapled Softcover. Fair. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$7.85

THE BRITISH CAVALRY
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THE BRITISH CAVALRY

By Warner, Philip

London: J.M.Dent, 1984. vii, 230pp., buckram. 20 colour, 83 b/w illustrations & 6 maps. Book has minimal shelf scuff to foot of spine; else fine. Illustrated dustjacket [Balaclava, Oct. 25th., 1854: The Charge Of The Light Brigade] by Christopher Clark, R.I., a little bumped, bruised along top. Aided by superb illustrations, the author gives the reader an incisive look at the three hundred year old history of the British Cavalry. Weight approx. 960g.. First Edition. Hard Cover + D/J. Very Good +/Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

$13.19