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GRAF SPEE - The Life and Death of a Raider
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GRAF SPEE - The Life and Death of a Raider

By Pope, Dudley

New York: Berkley Books, 1957. (v) 246 pp. Berkley Book BG-82. Light edgewear with some creasing on the lower right corner of the front cover; minor creasing on the spine; previous owner's name inside. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Published in England as The Battle of the River Plate, this was filmed by the Rank Organization in 1956 as Pursuit of the Graf Spee, directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger and starring John Gregson, Anthony Quayle, Ian Hunter, and many others, including Patrick Macnee (John Steed of the Avengers), Peter Finch and Christopher Lee. The Contents are: Author's Introduction; Loading the Dice; The First Throw; Total Germany; Make the Challenge; Save by a Zig Zag; Sinking the Clement; RRR - Clement Gunned; Prisoners in the Altmark; Nine Ships Sunk; Achilles Joins the Party; Casting the Net; Sums on a Signal Pad; Graf Spee Is Trapped; Open Fire G25; Broadsides... Shoot; Seven Hits on Exeter; Shells and Snowballs; Graf Spee Runs Away; Guarding Achilles' Heel; No Help At Hand; Langsdorff Decides to Scuttle; and Langsdorff Shoots Himself; followed by an epilogue. . First Paperback Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$7.95

SOLDIER - The British Army Magazine - Volume 11, number 6 - August 1955
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SOLDIER - The British Army Magazine - Volume 11, number 6 - August 1955

By Anonymous (editor)

London: The War Office, 1955. 39 pp. Light but general wear. Illustrated with black and white and colour photographs. This issue contains: A Gesture to the Germans; Soldier to Soldier; The Men on the Skysweepers; He Goes by Bubble; All This and a Urial Too; Infantrymen of Malta; New Tanks for Old; Last Performance in This Theatre; Soldier Humour; The House He Built on Leave; Rescuing Mr MacGregor; Nairobi Honours Inniskillings; In the Morning the Tress Bled White; and In Norman Earth; along with the usual features, including a full colour pin-up photograph of Ann Miller.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good-. 4to. Magazine.

$14.95

SOLDIER - The British Army Magazine - Volume 11, number 2 - April 1955
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SOLDIER - The British Army Magazine - Volume 11, number 2 - April 1955

By Anonymous (editor)

London: The War Office, 1955. 39 pp. Light but general wear. Illustrated with black and white and colour photographs. This issue contains: And Now the First Corps for Nuclear War; Building a Simpler Swifter Army; The Facts of Army Life; One Sip from Venus's Bath - Middle East Special; This Slit Trench Stretched Eighteen Miles; The Great Camps Are Emptying; Money for Old Rope; Pensions: It's All Simpler Now; Now They Call It Sterling; Tinned Boiled Egg - Maybe; The Pleasures of Penang; Mum's the Word; Only One Man Did Not Fall; Now It's Sandhurst's Turn; and Phantasy of War; along with the usual features, including a full colour pin-up photograph of Elaine Stewart.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to. Magazine.

$14.95

SOLDIER - The British Army Magazine - Volume 9, number 5 - July 1953
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SOLDIER - The British Army Magazine - Volume 9, number 5 - July 1953

By Anonymous (editor)

London: The War Office, 1953. 39 pp. Light but general wear. Illustrated with black and white and colour photographs. This issue contains: Introducing the Bat; Introducing a New Battle Wagon; Soldier to Soldier; Barney Stood for Battle; Soldier Humour; Manna Falls Again in Sinai; Looking for a Battle; The Queen We Serve Is Crowned; The Queen's Men March; Soldiers from Five Continents; Murder Most Foul; Malaya - The Emergency Is Running to Schedule: Even Their Best Friends Hate Them; The Record of Five Years; and A Good Start in the Scottish; along with the usual features, including a full colour pin-up photograph of Elizabeth Taylor.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good-. 4to. Magazine.

$14.95

ROLL OF HONOUR - of Birmingham Men and Women Who Fell in the Great War 1914 - 1918
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ROLL OF HONOUR - of Birmingham Men and Women Who Fell in the Great War 1914 - 1918

By Lord Mayor of Birmingham (foreword by David Brooks)

Birmingham, England: City of Birmingham, 1925. 147 pp. Blue cloth lettered in gilt on the front panel; illustrated with black and white and glossy plates. Light wear at the corners with a faded spine; some foxing but no interior writing. In the Foreword, David Brooks says , "the Roll of Honour compiled by the Lord Mayor, and is issued on the occasion of the dedication and the formal opening by H.R.H. Prince Arthur of Connaught, K.G., of the Hall of Memory, on the fourth day of July, 1925.". First Printing - First Thus. Hardcover. Good Only. 12mo.

$49.95

THE GERMAN SUBMARINE WAR 1914 - 1918
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THE GERMAN SUBMARINE WAR 1914 - 1918

By Gibson, R. H.; Prendergast, Maurice (foreword by Admiral of the Fleet Earl Jellicoe)

London: Constable and Co, 1931. (xix) 438 pp. Blue cloth lettered in gilt on the spine; illustrated with charts, graphs and black and white plates. Lightly rubbed at the corners; previous owner's name on the front free endpaper. The Contents are: Foreword by Admiral Earl Jellicoe; An Arm New to Naval Warfare; Trial and Error: The First War on Shipping; The Mediterranean: Sowing the Seed; The War of Limitations and the Respite; The Submarine as a Military Weapon; Cruiser War Resumed; The Mediterranean: Reaping the Whirlwind; The Crisis; The Struggle for Mastery; The Penumbra of Eclipse; The Mediterranean Harvest; The Mediterranean Freed; Downfall and Not World Power; and Surrender; followed by Appendices: The Triumph of Convoy; A Short History of German Submarine Design; German Submarine Construction and Losses; German Submarine Aces; The Toll of Merchant Shipping; Austro-Hungarian Submarine Construction Losses; Turkish Submarines; and Summary; followed by an index.. Second Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo.

$49.95

T. E. LAWRENCE - The Selected Letters
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T. E. LAWRENCE - The Selected Letters

By Lawrence, T. E. (edited by Malcolm Brown)

New York: W. W. Norton and Company, 1989. (xxxi) 568 pp. Quarter-bound in blue cloth on beige boards; beige endpapers; lettered in gilt on the spine; headband; illustrated with maps. Light rubbing at the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; no interior markings. The life of Thomas Edward Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, has assumed mythic proportions. A popular hero for his role in the 1916 Arab rebellion against Turkish rule, he has been called everything from a sensitive genius to a total fraud. The Contents are: Preface; T. E. Lawrence: Biographical Summary; General Introduction; The Early Years: To 1914; The War Years 1914 - 1918; The Political Years 1918 - 1922; First Years in the Ranks 1922 - 1926; The Years in India 1927 - 1929; Last Years in the R. A. F. 1929 - 1935; and The Final Weeks: February - May 1935; followed by Index of Recipients and General Index. The film about Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, was made in 1962, directed by David Lean and starring Peter O'Toole as Lawrence, along with Omar Sharif, Alex Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, and a host of others, including George Plimpton as an uncredited Bedouin and David Lean himself as an uncredited motorcycle rider.. First American Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

WITH LAWRENCE IN ARABIA
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WITH LAWRENCE IN ARABIA

By Thomas, Lowell

New York: Doubleday and Company, 1967. (xxx) 320 pp. Enlarged and revised edition. Beige boards lettered in black on the spine; beige endpapers; headband; illustrated with black and white photographs by Lowell Thomas and H. A. Chase. Dustjacket painting by M. de V. Lee. Chipping on the corners of the dustjacket with a few nicks and around the edges; no interior markings. The Chapters are: A Modern Arabian Knight; In Search of a Lost Civilization; The Archaeologist Turned Soldier; The Cult of the Blood of Mohammed; The Fall of Jeddah and Mecca; The Gathering of the Desert Tribes; The Battle at the Wells of Abu el Lissal; The Capture of King Solomon's Ancient Seaport; Across the Red Sea to Join Lawrence and Feisal; The Battle of Seil el Hasa; Lawrence the Train Wrecker; Drinkers of the Milk of War; Auda Abu Tayi - the Bedouin Robin Hood; Knights of the Black Tents; My Lord the Camel; Abdullah the Pock-marked and the Story of Ferraj and Daoud; An Eye for an Eye and a Tooth for a Tooth; A Rose-red City Half as Old as Time; A Bedouin Battle in a City of Ghosts; The Relative in My House; Through the Turkish Lines in Disguise; The Greatest Hoax Since the Trojan Horse; A Cavalry Naval Engagement and Lawrence's Last Great Raid; The Downfall of the Ottoman Empire; Lawrence Rules in Damascus and the Treachery of the Algerian Emir; Tales of the Secret Corps; Joyce and Company - and the Arabian Knights of the Air; Feisal and Lawrence at the Battle of Paris; Lawrence Narrowly Escapes Death; Adventures of Feisal and Hussein; Lawrence Flees from London and Feisal Becomes King in Bagdad; The Secret of Lawrence's Success; The Art of Handling Arabs; and Lawrence the Man; followed by Epilogue: The Men Around Lawrence.. Book Club Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good-. Illus. by M. de V. Lee; H. A. Chase; Lowell Thomas;. 8vo.

$18.95

THE SHADOW OF STALINGRAD - being the Diary of Temptation
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THE SHADOW OF STALINGRAD - being the Diary of Temptation

By von Einsiedel, Count Heinrich (translated by Tania Alexander)

London: Alan Wingate, 1953. 254 pp. Black boards lettered in gilt on the spine. Edge and corner wear on the dustjacket with a more wear at the head and foot of the spine; price intact; previous owner's name on the front free endpaper; some aging in the text block. Dustjacket by A. L. C. Savory. Count Einsiedel, a great-grandson of Bismarck, was shot down in his fighter plane by the Russians over Stalingrad in the late summer of 1942. Though he experienced the usual savage introduction to his captors in the form of beating and starvation, he soon caught the interest of the authorities on account of his parentage, connections, and an intelligence of which they thought they might make use. The Contents are: Prisoner; Anti-Fascists; The National Committee; Officers and Generals; The Front; Politics; The Anti-Fascist School; The Collapse; The Dissolution of the National Committee; The Ghost of Stalingrad; The Return Home; and In the Eastern Sector of Berlin.. First Translated Edition. Hardcover. Very Good-/Good Only. Illus. by A. L. C. Savory;. 8vo.

$29.95

UNCONVENTIONAL VOYAGES
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UNCONVENTIONAL VOYAGES

By Lower, Arthur R. M.

Toronto: The Ryerson Press, 1953. (xii) 156 pp. Light brown cloth with a Navy blue pictorial and Navy blue lettering on the front panel; Navy blue lettering and pictorial on the spine. Light wear on the corners of the dustjacket with a few small nicks and chips around the edges; some fading on the spine; previous owner's name inked out on the front free endpaper. The Chapters are: Storm-Stayed on Lake Simcoe; The Mariposa Belle; On the pewabic to Ombabika; The Sea of the North; From Albany to Attawapiskat; Farthest North; Southward from the Cape; From Albany to Stratton Island; The Return from the Northern Sea; How the News Was Heard: Two Wars and a Peace; From Boston to Bremen on the Good Ship Jeannette Skinner; Across the Atlantic on 15000 Tons of High Explosive; The Germans Raid the Straits; Blocking in the German Submarines; A Stern and Rock Bound Coast; Down the Lakes on a Grain Freighter; Mountain and Sea; Trans Canada Crossing; and Across the Atlantic with 1500 Highly Explosive Students.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good-. 8vo.

$39.95

T. E. LAWRENCE - The Selected Letters
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T. E. LAWRENCE - The Selected Letters

By Lawrence, T. E. (edited by Malcolm Brown)

New York: W. W. Norton and Company, 1989. (xxxi) 568 pp. Quarter-bound in blue cloth on beige boards; beige endpapers; lettered in gilt on the spine; headband; illustrated with maps. Light rubbing at the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; no interior markings. The life of Thomas Edward Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, has assumed mythic proportions. A popular hero for his role in the 1916 Arab rebellion against Turkish rule, he has been called everything from a sensitive genius to a total fraud. The Contents are: Preface; T. E. Lawrence: Biographical Summary; General Introduction; The Early Years: To 1914; The War Years 1914 - 1918; The Political Years 1918 - 1922; First Years in the Ranks 1922 - 1926; The Years in India 1927 - 1929; Last Years in the R. A. F. 1929 - 1935; and The Final Weeks: February - May 1935; followed by Index of Recipients and General Index. The film about Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, was made in 1962, directed by David Lean and starring Peter O'Toole as Lawrence, along with Omar Sharif, Alex Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, and a host of others, including George Plimpton as an uncredited Bedouin and David Lean himself as an uncredited motorcycle rider.. First American Edition. Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+. 8vo.

$14.95

THE LETTERS OF T. E. LAWRENCE
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THE LETTERS OF T. E. LAWRENCE

By Lawrence, T. E. (edited by David Garnett)

New York: Doubleday Doran, 1939. 896 pp. Blue cloth lettered in gilt on the spine; blue upper edge; headband; cream-coloured endpapers; illustrated with black and white plates and maps. Dj portrait by Augustus John. Lightly rubbed at the corners of the dustjacket with a bit of rubbing on the spine; price clipped; no interior markings. These letters form the intimate personal record of the life of the most discussed, most puzzling, and least understood figure of the era. The life of Thomas Edward Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, has assumed mythic proportions. A popular hero for his role in the 1916 Arab rebellion against Turkish rule, he has been called everything from a sensitive genius to a total fraud. The film about Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, was made in 1962, directed by David Lean and starring Peter O'Toole as Lawrence, along with Omar Sharif, Alex Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, and a host of others, including George Plimpton as an uncredited Bedouin and David Lean himself as an uncredited motorcycle rider.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Augustus John;. 8vo.

$24.95

T. E. LAWRENCE - A Biography
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T. E. LAWRENCE - A Biography

By Yardley, Michael

New York: Cooper Square Press, 2000. 267 pp. Trade paperback format. Lightly rubbed at the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white plates. The life of Thomas Edward Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, has assumed mythic proportions. A popular hero for his role in the 1916 Arab rebellion against Turkish rule, he has been called everything from a sensitive genius to a total fraud. The Contents are: Preface; Childhood; Oxford; Carchemish; The War Begins; Cairo and Kut; Intelligence Analyst; Field Officer; An Irregular War; The Strain Shows; Convention; The Battle for Damascus; In Support of Feisal; The Peace Conference; Interlude; Politics and Literature; Farewell to Politics; Aircraftman Ross and Trooper Shaw; Life on the North-West Frontier; The Last Years; and The Legend Persists; followed by: Aftermath: The Lawrence Industry; and an index. The film about Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, was made in 1962, directed by David Lean and starring Peter O'Toole as Lawrence, along with Omar Sharif, Alex Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, and a host of others, including George Plimpton as an uncredited Bedouin and David Lean himself as an uncredited motorcycle rider.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

T. E. LAWRENCE BY HIS FRIENDS
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T. E. LAWRENCE BY HIS FRIENDS

By Lawrence, A. W. (re: Lawrence of Arabia)

Garden City, New York: Doubleday Doran and Company, 1937. (xiii) 538 pp. Brown cloth lettered in gilt on the front panel; decorated in black and gilt on the spine; brown upper edge; illustrated with black and white plates. Light wear at the corners; some marks in the endpapers; previous owner's name inside. The life of Thomas Edward Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, has assumed mythic proportions. A popular hero for his role in the 1916 Arab rebellion against Turkish rule, he has been called everything from a sensitive genius to a total fraud. The Contents are: Preface by A. W. Lawrence; Dates in the Life of T. E. Lawrence; Introduction by Lord Halifax; Home; The Boy and the Man; The East: Ancient and Modern; Manhood; The War: His Commanders; The War: In Action; The War and After; Publicity; Eastern Politics; Post-War General Views; Personal Crisis; Oxford and London; The Ranks: Royal Air Force; Royal Tank Corps; Book Production; A Business Footing; Royal Air Force, India; Later General Views; Literature; Music; Later Friendships; Motor Bicycling; Speed Boats; and Editor's Postscript. The film about Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, was made in 1962, directed by David Lean and starring Peter O'Toole as Lawrence, along with Omar Sharif, Alex Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, and a host of others, including George Plimpton as an uncredited Bedouin and David Lean himself as an uncredited motorcycle rider.. First American Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo.

$49.95

LAWRENCE OF ARABIA - A Biographical Enquiry
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LAWRENCE OF ARABIA - A Biographical Enquiry

By Aldington, Richard

Chicago: Henry Regenery Company, 1955. 448 pp. Blue cloth lettered in gilt on the spine; illustrated with black and white plates. Edge and corner wear on the dustjacket with some rubbing on the panels; price clipped; no interior markings. The life of Thomas Edward Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, has assumed mythic proportions. A popular hero for his role in the 1916 Arab rebellion against Turkish rule, he has been called everything from a sensitive genius to a total fraud. The film about Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, was made in 1962, directed by David Lean and starring Peter O'Toole as Lawrence, along with Omar Sharif, Alex Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, and a host of others, including George Plimpton as an uncredited Bedouin and David Lean himself as an uncredited motorcycle rider.. First American Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good-. 8vo.

$14.95

THE SECRET LIVES OF LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
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THE SECRET LIVES OF LAWRENCE OF ARABIA

By Knightley, Phillip; Simpson, Colin

New York: McGraw Hill Book Company, 1970. (xv) 334 pp. Black cloth with a small portrait of Lawrence on the front panel; lettered in gilt on the spine; illustrated endpapers; headband. Illustrated with black and white plates and maps. Light wear at the corners of the dustjacket with some darkening on the spine; price clipped; no interior markings. Early in 1968, three events opened the final door to the reality of T. E. Lawrence. The Contents are: Introduction: Legend and Reality; Boyhood of an Outsider; The Recruit; The Game Begins; A Special Mission; Revolt: Paper Promises; Revolt: A Double Act; Revolt: The Road to Damascus; Prelude to Peace; The Battle at Paris; The Colonial Office; Breakdown; Into the Ranks; Private Shaw, Tank Corps; The Unknown Element; Back in the RAF; Leading from the Ranks; The Two Shaws; and Death in a Minor Key; followed by an index. The film about Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, was made in 1962, directed by David Lean and starring Peter O'Toole as Lawrence, along with Omar Sharif, Alex Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, and a host of others, including George Plimpton as an uncredited Bedouin and David Lean himself as an uncredited motorcycle rider.. First American Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

THE ESSENTIAL T. E. LAWRENCE
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THE ESSENTIAL T. E. LAWRENCE

By Garnett, David (editor)

New York: E. P. Dutton, 1951. 328 pp. Dark red cloth lettered in gilt on the spine. Wear at the corners of the dustjacket with a short tear in the upper left of the front panel and some darkening on the spine; price intact; previous owner's name inside. The life of Thomas Edward Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, has assumed mythic proportions. A popular hero for his role in the 1916 Arab rebellion against Turkish rule, he has been called everything from a sensitive genius to a total fraud. The Contents are: Preface; Patchwork Portrait of T. E. Lawrence by His Friends; Archaeology; War and Diplomacy; and The Royal Air Force; followed by an index. The film about Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, was made in 1962, directed by David Lean and starring Peter O'Toole as Lawrence, along with Omar Sharif, Alex Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, and a host of others, including George Plimpton as an uncredited Bedouin and David Lean himself as an uncredited motorcycle rider.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good Only. 8vo.

$14.95

THE SECRET LIVES OF LAWRENCE OF ARABIA
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THE SECRET LIVES OF LAWRENCE OF ARABIA

By Knightley, Phillip; Simpson, Colin

London: Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1969. (ix) 293 pp. Black boards lettered in blue on the spine; illustrated endpapers; headband. Ilustrated with black and white plates and maps. Edge and corner wear on the dustjacket with some darkening on the spine and around the edges; a bit of rubbing on the front panel; price clipped. Early in 1968, three events opened the final door to the reality of T. E. Lawrence. The Contents are: Introduction: Legend and Reality; Boyhood of an Outsider; The Recruit; The Game Begins; A Special Mission; Revolt: Paper Promises; Revolt: A Double Act; Revolt: The Road to Damascus; Prelude to Peace; The Battle at Paris; The Colonial Office; Breakdown; Into the Ranks; Private Shaw, Tank Corps; The Unknown Element; Back in the RAF; Leading from the Ranks; The Two Shaws; and Death in a Minor Key; followed by an index. The film about Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, was made in 1962, directed by David Lean and starring Peter O'Toole as Lawrence, along with Omar Sharif, Alex Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, and a host of others, including George Plimpton as an uncredited Bedouin and David Lean himself as an uncredited motorcycle rider.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good-. 8vo.

$14.95

T. E. LAWRENCE - A Biography
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T. E. LAWRENCE - A Biography

By Yardley, Michael

New York: Stein and Day - Publishers, 1987. 267 pp. Quarter-bound in black cloth on beige boards; lettered in gilt on the spine; headband; illustrated with black and white plates. Dustjacket portrait of Lawrence by Tim Gaydos. Lightly rubbed at the corners of the dustjacket; no interior markings. The life of Thomas Edward Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, has assumed mythic proportions. A popular hero for his role in the 1916 Arab rebellion against Turkish rule, he has been called everything from a sensitive genius to a total fraud. The Contents are: Preface; Childhood; Oxford; Carchemish; The War Begins; Cairo and Kut; Intelligence Analyst; Field Officer; An Irregular War; The Strain Shows; Convention; The Battle for Damascus; In Support of Feisal; The Peace Conference; Interlude; Politics and Literature; Farewell to Politics; Aircraftman Ross and Trooper Shaw; Life on the North-West Frontier; The Last Years; and The Legend Persists; followed by: Aftermath: The Lawrence Industry; and an index. The film about Lawrence, Lawrence of Arabia, was made in 1962, directed by David Lean and starring Peter O'Toole as Lawrence, along with Omar Sharif, Alex Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, and a host of others, including George Plimpton as an uncredited Bedouin and David Lean himself as an uncredited motorcycle rider.. First American Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Tim Gaydos;. 8vo.

$19.95

THE GOLDEN WARRIOR - The Life and Legend of Lawrence of Arabia
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THE GOLDEN WARRIOR - The Life and Legend of Lawrence of Arabia

By James, Lawrence

New York: Paragon House, 1993. (xiii) 406 pp. Quarter-bound in black cloth on brown boards; lettered in copper on the spine; headband; illustrated with black and white photographs and maps. Lightly rubbed at the corners of the dustjacket; price intact; no interior markings. The Contents are: Preface; From Birth to Manhood: August 1888 - August 1914; Intelligence Officer: December 1914 - June 1916; With the Arabs at Aqaba: June 1916 - July 1917; The Road to Damascus: July 1917 - October 1918; The Legend of Lawrence of Arabia; Making the Best of It: November 1918 - May 1935; and The Bubble Reputation; followed by an appendix and an index. The film about Lawrence was made in 1962, directed by David Lean and starring Peter O'Toole as Lawrence, along with Omar Sharif, Alex Guinness, Anthony Quinn, Jack Hawkins, Jose Ferrer, Anthony Quayle, Claude Rains, Arthur Kennedy, and a host of others, including George Plimpton as an uncredited Bedouin and David Lean himself as an uncredited motorcycle rider.. First American Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

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