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Cornelius, Lt J.R.:
Musketry Made Easy. A series of Questions and Answers. [aka (cover title): Musketry made easy, by means of Questions and Answers.]

London: Forster Groom & Co, 1917. First edition. 57pp +(xii) adverts + (iii) Memorandum pages. Stapled booklet with small Heffer's bookseller stamp on title page. Rusted staples visible near spine inside front and back covers, contents otherwise fresh, clean and unmarked. 5 x 3.8 ins, in printed grey card covers. Very slight fading or marks, very nice copy. [nb - also in stock - Musketry: A Lecture on "Fire Orders", by the same author]. VG+.

Price: 40.00


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Cornelius, Lt J.R.:
Musketry: A Lecture on "Fire Orders", With Hints on Fire Formations. Useful for Officer, N.C.O., and Private.

London: Forster Groom & Co, 1917. First edition. 26pp +(vi) adverts. Stapled booklet with small Heffer's bookseller stamp on title page. Contents fresh, clean and unmarked. 4.7 x 3.8 ins, in printed grey-green card covers. Staples rusty, otherwise bright and clean, very nice copy. [nb - also in stock - Musketry Made Easy by the same author]. VG+.

Price: 30.00


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By order of H.R.H. The Colonel, G.C. Hamilton:
Regimental Standing Orders: Grenadier Guards. By order of H.R.H. The Colonel. 1st October, 1921.

London: J.J.Keliher & Co, for the Regiment, 1921. viii, 216pp, with original yellow endpapers. Pages (coated paper) fresh and bright, though with many updates to the orders, in the form of deletions in red ink and duplicated typed slips pasted in, larger printouts laid in, and with paperclip rust marks to the head of a few pages. Brisk pencilled ownership name to front free endpaper, and splitting to back endpaper, but board secure. In the original binding of maroon pebble cloth titled in gilt: sunning to spine and top inch of front board. Nice copy. Very Good.

Price: 65.00


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Major-General C.E.Corkran, commanding the Brigade of Guards:
Standing Orders of the Brigade of Guards. (For private circulation).

London: Printed by William Clowes & Sons, 1929. vi, [ii], 161pp. Pages clean, though with many updates to the orders, in the form of deletions in red ink and duplicated typed slips pasted in. Some tanning to endpapers, and brisk pencilled ownership name. In the original binding of red cloth laid over navy cloth, with gilt insignia and title: bright and firm, spine with slight sunning and a smal scuff. Very nice copy. Very Good+.

Price: 60.00


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Incendiary Bombs and Fire Precautions: Air Raid Precautions Handbook No.9.

London: His Majesty's Stationery Office/H.M.S.O./HMSO, July 1940. Cover states: '1st edition, Amended Reprint'. iv, 60pp, illustrated with photographs. Contents clean and fresh. Stapled booklet, 6.5 x 4.1 ins, in red paper covers printed in black, with adverts inside and on final page. Covers splaying slightly, but also very clean: staples rusting only slightly. Scarce title, exceptional copy. Near Fine.

Price: 50.00


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Naval Air Primary Training Command:
Ship Recognition Manual PGS-R-1.

USA: Naval Air Primary Training Command, nd [c.1942]. 102pp, with many photographs, silhouettes and drawings to assist in the differentiation and identification of Japanese and British ships. Preceded by the Table of Contents: marked 'Restricted'. Quarto pages in a printed blue card binder. Some creasing at the corners, pages otherwise good. Binder firm, corners bent. G.

Price: 20.00


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[Anon]:
Soviet Policy on Nuclear Development.

[England?] [not stated] June 1957. 36-page stapled booklet, 195x124mm. A detailed critique of Soviet policy. Very clean in the printed green covers: no indication of authorship or publisher, but would appear to be a UK government publication. VG+.

Price: 25.00


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Bryan Perrett:
The Matilda. Armour in Action 2.

Shepperton: Ian Allan, 1973. First edition. 112pp, illustrated with photographs, drawings and maps. Contents immaculate. In the original green paper-covered boards, spine titled in silver, bright, sharp and fresh, with very slight compression to foot of spine: in the protected unclipped pictorial dust jacket with some fading to the tan background of the spine. An extremely fresh clean copy. Near Fine in near fine dust-jacket.

Price: 30.00


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Royal Military Academy Sandhurst:
Royal Military Academy Sandhurst: Tactics. Restricted.

Sandhurst: Royal Military Academy: 1980, 1981, 1982. c.200 duplicated quarto sheets in a binder. Clear print on blue-green paper, mostly printed on both sides: includes illustrations, diagrams and tables. A mass of study information. Contents in VG clean condition. Front of binder has soiling and rust stains. VG.

Price: 80.00


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Stephen Bull:
German Assault Troops of the First World War: Stosstrupptaktik: the First Stormtroopers.

London: Spellmount, 2007. First edition. xii, 180pp, plus a section of 40 plates, mostly photographs. Contents very fresh and clean, appears unread: small neat previous owner's name to front endpaper. In the original black cloth-textured binding titled in gilt, clean, bright and firm. In the protected unclipped pictorial dust jacket, crisp and fresh. As new. Near Fine in fine dust-jacket.

Price: 30.00


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