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McGuffie, T.H., Ed. (W.Y. Carman, C.T. Akinson, Lt-Col. Peter Young, Godfrey Davies, W.A. Parish, Major H.G. Parkyn, Lt-Col. George F.G. Stanley, Major Marquess Of Anglesey, J.R. Western, G.O, Rickword, A.R. Cattley, Et Al.) Listings

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1 McGuffie, T.H., ed. (W.Y. Carman, C.T. Akinson, Lt-Col. Peter Young, Godfrey Davies, W.A. Parish, Major H.G. Parkyn, Lt-Col. George F.G. Stanley, Major Marquess of Anglesey, J.R. Western, G.O, Rickword, A.R. Cattley, et al.) JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH. SUMMER, 1954. VOL. XXXII. NO. 130.
Society for Army Historical Research, London, 1954. 
Paging runs 47 to 94, 10" H, soft cover. Colour frontispiece, 4 pages sepiatone illustrations, 2 maps. Contents include: The Coldstream Guards, 1821; An "Infamous Army"; The Northern Horse at Naseby, 14th June, 1645; A Portrait of Edward, 2nd Vis count Ligonier; Welsh Militia Regiments, 1757-1881: Their Badges and Buttons; The Army Origin of the Royal Canadian Navy; Two Brothers in the Netherlands, 1794-1795 (with maps) / Notes: Notes from "Reminiscences of a Scottish Gentleman", by " P h i l o S cotus" (Philip Ainslie); Military Service as Punishment; Patterson Rifle-Carrying Equipment in the Cavalry; etc. / Questions; Replies (Shoulder Titles, Brass; Anglo-German Battle Honours; etc.) Museum Supplement No. 20 Summer, 1954 l ai d in . I nt e ri or - minor browning to pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light to moderate edge wear/wrinkling, light browning, issue number written in ink on spinevery soft crease down front cover . Ve ry Go od - 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
2 Godfrey, F.A., Major. THE HISTORY OF THE SUFFOLK REGIMENT 1946-1959.
Leo Cooper, London, (1988), Ist edition. 
276 pp, large 8vo (9 3/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w photos, maps. "...covers the Regiment in action in Palestine, India, Malaya, Trieste and Cyprus, as well as when soldiering in Egypt, Greece, BAOR and at home. A complete chapter is de voted to the activities of the Suffolk and Cambridgeshire Territorial battalions...Each chapter describes a tour of duty of one battalion in a particular posting and is divided into two parts: the first paints a general picture of the role o f t h e b a ttalion showing why it was there and what it was like to be there with some mention of events of note. The second part of the chapter contains a detailed chonological account of the experiences of the battalion...In Malaya the Regi m en t w on f or it se lf between 1949 and 1953 a reputation unequalled throughout the whole 12-year Emergency there by any other British battalion. While the chapter devoted to Malaya provides the core of the book the other chapters reveal a con ti nou s th rea d o f d e vot ion to duty and the author is not exaggerating when he speaks in his preafce of 'a quiet, grim determination in the face of extremely hostile conditions' to do a worthwhile job as being characteristic of the Suffolk Re gim ent un til the ver y en d. " M inor browning to edges of textblock. Dust jacket has small ghost sticker mark on inside of front flap, minor edge wrinkling. VG+/VG+ 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
3 Rees, David, consultant editor. (Major F.A. Godfrey, Brigadier-General Edwin H. Simmons, Bryan Perrett, Ian Beckett, P.J. Banyard, Anthony Robinson, David Robinson, David Rees.) THE KOREAN WAR: HISTORY AND TACTICS.
Bedford, (London, 1984). 
128 pp, 4to, hard cover in dust jacket. Over 200 illustrations, 75 in color. "...a full and detailed study of this war. It reveals how and why the confrontation in the Korean Peninsula was created and details the events of the war. The reader is taken behind the scenes, into the debates and personality clashes that led U.S. President Harry Truman to dismiss General Douglas MacArthur. Nor does it neglect 'the other side of the hill', for it shows why the Chinese decided to inter v e n e a n d a s sesses the methods that gave their relatively ill-equipped infantry such a devastating impact...coverage is based upon an analysis of the fighting, examining the way that the conflict developed from a fluid war of movement to a s ta ti c tr e nc h wa r fa re in which attrition and small-scale patrolling became the dominant features..." Dust jacket has minor edge wrinkling, minor rubbing, ghost sticker mark on front panel. NF/VG 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 

 


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