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THE LIFE OF JOHN RUSHWORTH, EARL JELLICOE G.C.B., O.M., G.C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., Bacon, R. H., Admiral Sir.  Foreword by  Reginald McKenna.
1 Bacon, R. H., Admiral Sir. Foreword by Reginald McKenna. THE LIFE OF JOHN RUSHWORTH, EARL JELLICOE G.C.B., O.M., G.C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L.
London Cassell 1936 First Edition Hard Cover Good+ 
565 pp, large 8vo (9 7/8" H), blue cloth with gold lettering/banding on spine, blue, gold, white and red crest on front cover. Protractor/bookmark missing. Photographs, maps, charts, plans. Contents: Preface; Bibliography; Boyhood and School-time, 1859 to 1872; 1872 to 1874; 1874 to 1878; Sub-Lieutenant to Lieutenant; 1889 to 1896; China up to the Boxer Expedition; Boxer Campaign - Part I; Boxer Campaign - Part II; End of Service in China, 1900 to 1907; Rear-Admiral in the Atlantic Fleet, 1907 to 1908; Controller and Third Sea Lord, 1908 to 1910; 1910 to 1912; 1912 to 1914; The Grand Fleet - Part I: Preliminary Remarks; The Grand Fleet - Part II, 1914 to 1915; The Grand Fleet - Part III, January, 1915 to May, 1916; Jutland - Preliminary Remarks; Jutland - Part I; Jutland - Part II; Remarks on Jutland; Grand Fleet - Jutland to November, 1916; 1916 to 1918. Admiralty; 1918. Leaving Admiralty; February, 1919 to August, 1919. The World Cruise - Part I; 1919 to 1920. The World Cruise - Part II; 1919 to 1926. The Harper Record and Admiralty Narrative; 1919 to 1924. Governor-General of New Zealand - Part I; Governor-General of New Zealand - Part II; 1924 to 1935. Later Years; The Man; Appendices: Genealogical; Naval Service of Admiral of the Fleet Earl Jellicoe; Chart of the Battle of Jutland; Glossay; Index. Previous owner's signature and date in pencil on free front endpaper, very light browning to pages, 1" x 2" light foxing mark on free front endpaper, double crease and very small edge tear at bottom corner of page v - archivally taped, progressive bump to top corner of approx. pages 65 to 155, light browning to fore-edge and bottom of text block, light shelf soiling on bottom of text block, wrinkling and light wear at top/bottom of spine with a few tiny tears, small bump at both corners of front board, minor rubbing and minor edge wear. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
2 Bennett, Geoffrey. Preface by Rodney M. Bennett. NAVAL BATTLES OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR.
London Penguin 2001 0141390875 / 9780141390871 Reprint Soft Cover Very Good - 
310 pp, 8vo (8 7/16" H). B&w photographs, maps/battle plans. "With the call to action stations of August 1914, the Royal Navy faced its greatest test since the time of Nelson. Geoffrey Bennett's classic history of the Great War at sea combines graphic and stirring accounts of all the principal naval engagements - battles overseas, in home waters and, for the first time, under the sea - with analysis of the strategy and tactics of both sides. He brings these sea battles dramatically to life, and confirms the Allied navies' vital contribution to victory. In his words, 'Though the titantic struggle on the Western Front dominated the strategy of the Allies, it was their Navies, of which the British was immeasurably the strongest, that in the end brought Germany to her knees.' Illustrated with maps, plans and contemporary photographs, this detailed, immaculately researched account is the authoritative history of an often overlooked but hugely important aspect of the First World War." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear, one crease down spine, very tiny crease at top corner of covers, small soft crease and multiple small line indentations at bottom corner of rear cover, minor rubbing/indentation on covers. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
3 Bennett, Geoffrey. Preface by Rodney M. Bennett. NAVAL BATTLES OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR.
London Penguin 2001 0141390875 / 9780141390871 Reprint Soft Cover Very Good+ 
310 pp, 8vo (8 7/16" H). B&w photographs, maps/battle plans. "With the call to action stations of August 1914, the Royal Navy faced its greatest test since the time of Nelson. Geoffrey Bennett's classic history of the Great War at sea combines graphic and stirring accounts of all the principal naval engagements - battles overseas, in home waters and, for the first time, under the sea - with analysis of the strategy and tactics of both sides. He brings these sea battles dramatically to life, and confirms the Allied navies' vital contribution to victory. In his words, 'Though the titantic struggle on the Western Front dominated the strategy of the Allies, it was their Navies, of which the British was immeasurably the strongest, that in the end brought Germany to her knees.' Illustrated with maps, plans and contemporary photographs, this detailed, immaculately researched account is the authoritative history of an often overlooked but hugely important aspect of the First World War." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor edge wear. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
THE ENEMY FOUGHT SPLENDIDLY.  BEING THE 1914-1915 DIARY OF THE BATTLE OF THE FALKLANDS & ITS AFTERMATH BY SURGEON T.B. DIXON R.N.V.R. OF HMS KENT., Dixon, T.B. (Thomas Benjamin).  Foreword by Admiral Sir John Bush.  Introduction by Rose Dixon.
4 Dixon, T.B. (Thomas Benjamin). Foreword by Admiral Sir John Bush. Introduction by Rose Dixon. THE ENEMY FOUGHT SPLENDIDLY. BEING THE 1914-1915 DIARY OF THE BATTLE OF THE FALKLANDS & ITS AFTERMATH BY SURGEON T.B. DIXON R.N.V.R. OF HMS KENT.
Blandford Press, Poole, 1983, first edition. 
96 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0713713267 Map endpapers, b&w photographs, reproductions, ship profiles. "This, the 1914-1915 diary of Thomas Benjamin Dixon, is a well-observed and compassionate account of the first year of World War I as seen through the eyes of a young naval surgeon who in later life rose to the rank of Surgeon Captain and was appointed honorary physician to the King. T.B. Dixon's diary of life at sea includes an eye-witness account of the B a t t l e o f the Falklands, in which Dixon's ship H.M.S. Kent chased and then sank the Nurnberg after a running battle, and a description of the subsequent gruelling search for the German light cruiser Dresden and her destruction by H.M.S. Kent at J ua n Fe rn a nd ez on 14 March 1915." Faint erased pencil marks on free front end paper. Dust jacket has minor edge wrinkling, small ghost sticker mark on front panel. Near Fine/Very Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
SALVO!  CLASSIC NAVAL GUN ACTIONS., Edwards, Bernard.
5 Edwards, Bernard. SALVO! CLASSIC NAVAL GUN ACTIONS.
London Brockhampton 1999 1860199593 / 9781860199592 Reprint Hard Cover Fine Fine 
192 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). B&w photographs, maps/battle plans. "(T)he theme of this new study (is) the hard-fought ship-to-ship battles where the gun was all-important, and where salvo after salvo were fired by the protagonists at all ranges from maximum elevation and distance to virtual open sights point-blank actions. (The author) skilfully sets the scene for each action, explaining the background to the naval war at the time as well as that of the individual ships involved before retelling the stirring and dramatic story of each actual clash." Contents: Introduction; Yalu River; Heligoland Bight; Carmania and Cap Trafalgar; Emden and Sydney; Falkland Islands; Dogger Bank; Konigsberg; The Destroyers; Rawalpindi and Scharnhorst; Renown and Gneisenau; Cape Matapan; Kormoran and Sydney; Java Sea; Savo Island; Stephen Hopkins and Stier; Guadalcanal; Barents Sea; Surigao Strait; Bibliography; Index. 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
SALVO!  CLASSIC NAVAL GUN ACTIONS., Edwards, Bernard.
6 Edwards, Bernard. SALVO! CLASSIC NAVAL GUN ACTIONS.
London Brockhampton 1999 1860199593 / 9781860199592 Reprint Hard Cover Fine Very Good+ 
192 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). B&w photographs, maps/battle plans. "(T)he theme of this new study (is) the hard-fought ship-to-ship battles where the gun was all-important, and where salvo after salvo were fired by the protagonists at all ranges from maximum elevation and distance to virtual open sights point-blank actions. (The author) skilfully sets the scene for each action, explaining the background to the naval war at the time as well as that of the individual ships involved before retelling the stirring and dramatic story of each actual clash." Contents: Introduction; Yalu River; Heligoland Bight; Carmania and Cap Trafalgar; Emden and Sydney; Falkland Islands; Dogger Bank; Konigsberg; The Destroyers; Rawalpindi and Scharnhorst; Renown and Gneisenau; Cape Matapan; Kormoran and Sydney; Java Sea; Savo Island; Stephen Hopkins and Stier; Guadalcanal; Barents Sea; Surigao Strait; Bibliography; Index. Book is Fine. Dust jacket has very minor wrinkling at bottom of spine and flap-folds, minor faint line rub on front panel. 
Price: 14.00 USD
 
 
THE KILLING TIME: THE U-BOAT WAR 1914-18., Gray, Edwyn A.
7 Gray, Edwyn A. THE KILLING TIME: THE U-BOAT WAR 1914-18.
Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1972, book club edition. 
241 pp, 8vo (8 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w plates. "The explosion which followed Kapitanleutnant Schweiger's curt order to fire on the afternoon of 7 May 1915 far exceeded even his most fervid imaginings. For the torpedo which streake d away from U 20 in response to his command sent to the bottom of the sea the liner Lusitania and with her 1,195 innocent men, women and children, many of them citizens of neutral America and the howl of indignation which followed this cold-b l o o d e d atrocity resounded throughout the world...(The author) looks at the German side of the picture and in the process raises some very topical moral issues. When two countries are at war is it to be total or limited war and, if the latter, w ho i s to d e fine the limits? The problem was to bedevil the German Submarine Service throughout the First World War as the Kaiser and his Admirals weighed and reweighed the effects of the British blockade against the value of American neutra lit y a nd no in cid en t, except perhaps the invasion of Belgium, more clearly defined the problem than the sinking of the Lusitania. Edwyn Gray tells the exciting story of those extraordinarily brave submariners, some like Schweiger, utterly rut hles s, o the rs the very pa ragon of chivalry. Given the facts the reader is left ot make his own judgement as to the ethics of their behaviour..." Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has been price-clipped, has large light wate rstai n at bott om of r ear f lap- fold/rear panel, light wear at top/bottom of spine and flap-fold has been colored in with black dye or ink. Very Good/Very Good- 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE GREAT WAR AT SEA: A HISTORY OF NAVAL ACTION 1914-18., Hoehling, A.A.
8 Hoehling, A.A. THE GREAT WAR AT SEA: A HISTORY OF NAVAL ACTION 1914-18.
Arthur Barker, London, 1965. 
336 pp, 8vo (8 5/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. B&w photographs, maps, reproductions. "Written with crisp authority, in a tense, documentary style (this book) presents an unforgettable picture of the battles, the ships, and the fighting men who se blood reddened the seven seas though more than four flaming years of the Great War....(It) ranges over all the world's oceans, from the ice-filled waters of the Arctic to the remote coaling stations of the southern seas. It tells of the m i g h t y l ine of battleships and cruisers whose collision at Jutland resulted in the war's vastest engagement. It describes the revolutionary entry of the dreaded submarine onto the naval scene with the exploits of Kapitanleutnant Otto Weddingen 's U -9 a ga i ns t a trio of British cruisers in the North Sea. And it supplies a possible solution to one of the great maritime mysteries of all time - the baffling disappearance at sea of the collier Cyclops." Light edge wear, light wrinkling at to p/b ott om of sp ine, light rubbing, two tiny and one small corner bump. Dust jacket has chips and tears with old tape repairs, light edge wear/wrinkling, light rubbing, crease down front flap. Very Good-/Fair 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
THE GREAT WAR AT SEA, 1914-1918., Hough, Richard.
9 Hough, Richard. THE GREAT WAR AT SEA, 1914-1918.
Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1983, first edition. 
353 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0192158716 B&w photographs, maps/battle plans. "(The author) describes the years leading up to 1914, the Kaiser's burning resentment of Britain's unchallenged supremacy at sea, and the headlong race to war, accelerated by the construction of the 'Dreadnought', the biggest, fastest, and most heavily gunned battleship in the world. During the course of the war there were shocks and disappointments for both sides. The Royal N a v y f o und itself dogged by a lack of secure bases, over-rigid battle orders, uncoordinated planning, and poor signalling. Operations, from the North Sea to the South Atlantic, were carried out against a background of feuds, scheming, and per so na li ty cl as hes at the Admiralty. Was there 'something wrong with our bloody ships', to echo David Beatty at Jutland? Could the appalling losses have been avoided during the Darndanelles campaign? Why were crucial signals received at the A dmi ral ty fil e d i nst ead of being acted upon? The Battle of Jutland was the greatest naval battle of the war, but also the greatest disappointment: who was really to blame for the inconclusive outcome? But despite the losses and the mistakes, the bril lia nce an d co urag e of many men shine through: the invaluable decoding work of 'Room 40'; the resilience of the commanders; the unfailing bravery and high morale of the men on the lower decks; and the excellent relations between the Brit ish and A meri can Nav ies t oward s the end of the war. It is Hough's contention that the Royal Navy not only beat the Kriegsmarine without resort to a bloody Trafalgar, but that its unrelenting pressure was the prime factor which led to the defea t on land of th e Ce ntra l Powe rs by the end of 1918. This account shows how that victory was achieved between 4 August 1914 and the abject surrender of the High Seas Fleet over four years later." Slight bump at top/bottom of spine, a few pages with tiny corner crea se, m inor br owning mark on bottom of text block. Dust jacket has minor edge wear, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, minor rubbing, tiny dint on rear hinge. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
10 Layman, R.D. NAVAL AVIATION IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR: ITS IMPACT AND INFLUENCE.
London Caxton 2002 1840673141 / 9781840673142 Reprint Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
224 pp, large 8vo (9 7/16" H). B&w photographs. "This superbly-researched book gives a complete overview of all aspects of naval aviation in the First World War; its significant influence on operations and strategy, which has never before been properly explained, is detailed by R D Layman in this far-reaching survey. Furthermore, Britain's Royal Naval Air Service, sponsored by the pro-aviation First Lord of the Admiralty Winston Churchill, pioneered many aspects of aerial warfare, including strategic bombing, anti-submarine warfare and the development of long-range aircraft, and the development of ships to carry aircraft, from the seaplane-carriers of 1914 to HMS Argus, the first flat-top aircraft carrier. And finally this book lays to rest the myth of the 'Battleship Admirals' whose conservatism and dislike of aircraft were said to have prevented naval aviation achieving its full potential. On the contrary, the naval high commands on all sides were very keen to exploit the possibilities offered by aviation, and indeed made demands of their fledgling naval air arms that were beyond the capabilities of the available technology. New light is shed on little-known aspects of the naval war in the air, including the operations of the Imperial Russian Navy's seaplane-carrier squadron in the Black Sea, the world's first 'carrier strike force', the Royal Navy's use of observation balloons tethered to ships, and the vital role played by aviation in the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign." Minor wrinkle at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has very minor edge wrinkling. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE WAR ON THE HOSPITAL SHIPS 1914-1918., McGreal, Stephen.
11 McGreal, Stephen. THE WAR ON THE HOSPITAL SHIPS 1914-1918.
Barnsley Pen & Sword 2008 1844158586 / 9781844158584 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ 
272 pp, 9 1/2" H. B&w photographs, reproductions. "Wounded Allied personnel were invariably repatriated by hospital ships, which ran the gauntlet of mined waters and gambled on the humanity of the U-Boat commanders. For, contrary to the terms of the Geneva Convention, on occasions Germany had sunk the unarmed hospital ships under the pretence they carried reinforcement troops and ammunition. The press seized on these examples of 'Hun Barbarity', especially the drowning on non-combatant female nurses. The crises heighened following the German Government's 1 February 1917 introduction of unrestricted naval warfare. The white-painted Allied hospital ships became, in German eyes, legitimate targets for the U-Boats. As the war on the almost 100 strong fleet of hospital ships intensified the British threatened reprisals against Germany, in particular an Anglo-French bombing raid upon a German town. Undeterred the Germans stepped up their campaign sinking two hospital ships in swift succession. Seven hospital ships struck mines and a further eight were torpedoed. Faced with such a massacre of the innocents Britain decided her hospital ships, painted and brightly lit in accordance with the Geneva Convention, could no longer rely on this immunity. The vessels were repainted in drab colours, defensively armed and sailed as ambulance transports among protected convoys. Germany had successfully banished hospital ships from the high seas." Appendices: Roll of Honour; War Memorials and Cemeteries. Book is Near Fine. Dust jacket has very minor edge wrinkling, very minor rubbing. 
Price: 22.50 USD
 
 
THE HALIFAX DISASTER, DECEMBER 6, 1917., Robinson, Ernest Fraser/
12 Robinson, Ernest Fraser/ THE HALIFAX DISASTER, DECEMBER 6, 1917.
St Catharines, Ontario Vanwell 1997 1551250071 / 9781551250076 Reprint Soft Cover Very Good - 
64 pp, 7 1/2" H. B&w photographs, maps. "It was a typical winter morning in Halifax. Ships of war passing in the Narrows, kids going to school, stores opening up, trains pulling in along the waterfront. Then suddenly BOOM! There's a tremendous explosion! In a terrific blast of fire and wind whole city blocks are levelled, reduced to rubble. Deadly showers of glass, bricks and red-hot metal spray everywhere, doing enormous damage and causing many deaths. Hundreds of people are buried alive in buildings which have collapsed. The 'Mont Blanc', a small freighter carrying high explosives, collided with another ship in the Narrows. She caught fire, the explosives ignited and she was blown from the face of the earth!" Soft crease and small areas of color loss due to sticker removal on front cover, very minor edge wear. Postage for this light item will be reduced to most destinations. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
13 Robinson, Ernest Fraser/ THE HALIFAX DISASTER, DECEMBER 6, 1917.
St Catharines, Ontario Vanwell 1997 1551250071 / 9781551250076 Reprint Soft Cover Very Good 
64 pp, 7 1/2" H. B&w photographs, maps. "It was a typical winter morning in Halifax. Ships of war passing in the Narrows, kids going to school, stores opening up, trains pulling in along the waterfront. Then suddenly BOOM! There's a tremendous explosion! In a terrific blast of fire and wind whole city blocks are levelled, reduced to rubble. Deadly showers of glass, bricks and red-hot metal spray everywhere, doing enormous damage and causing many deaths. Hundreds of people are buried alive in buildings which have collapsed. The 'Mont Blanc', a small freighter carrying high explosives, collided with another ship in the Narrows. She caught fire, the explosives ignited and she was blown from the face of the earth!" Postage for this light item will be reduced to most destinations. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear, small area of sticker removal marks on front cover. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
THE STORY OF ZEEBRUGGE WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE BLOCKING OF ZEEBRUGGE, ST. GEORGE'S DAY, 23rd APRIL 1918., Stinglhamber, G.M., Colonel.  Translated by Major C.S. Langdale.
14 Stinglhamber, G.M., Colonel. Translated by Major C.S. Langdale. THE STORY OF ZEEBRUGGE WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE BLOCKING OF ZEEBRUGGE, ST. GEORGE'S DAY, 23rd APRIL 1918.
Zeebrugge Museum, Zeebrugge, Belgium, n.d., 20th thousand. 
48 pp, 8 3/4" H, soft cover. B&w illustrations, plan of port on rear cover. Contents: Preface by the Author; Bruges in the past; The creation of Zeebrugge; The Growth of the Port; Zeegrugge in wartime; The storming of the Mole; The Submarine C3 i n action; The main operation - The blocking of the canal; The retirement; The attack on Ostend; The German Documents; Ypres and Zeebrugge; Zeebrugge after the war - The restoring of the Harbours; Zeebrugge plage; Communications by sea; Commun i c a t i o n s by rail; Zeebrugge Museum; Memorial work at Zeebrugge; Conclusion. Interior - soft crease and some very small crease to corners of most pages, light erased pencil notation on preface page, minor browning to pages, otherwise clean an d ti gh t wi th n o previous ownership marks. Exterior - light browning and light soiling on covers, tape repair down spine, small ghost sticker mark and small foxing mark on front cover, tiny watermark on each cover, small crease at corners, two ve ry sma ll cl ose d tears archivally taped. Good reading copy only. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE AMERICAN CAR AND FOUNDRY CO. IN KHAKI:  ITS PRODUCTION ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE GREAT WAR., Williams, C.C., Major General, Chief of Ordnance, Foreword.  Introduction By W.H. Woodin.
15 Williams, C.C., Major General, Chief of Ordnance, Foreword. Introduction By W.H. Woodin. THE AMERICAN CAR AND FOUNDRY CO. IN KHAKI: ITS PRODUCTION ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE GREAT WAR.
New York American car Adn Foundry Company 1919 Hard Cover Good 
96 pp, 12" H. Paper-covered boards, front board with raised lettering and design, greek key border. Patterned endpapers, profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, sepiatone drawings and one color plate showing gun limber and carriage. Introductory letter and card laid in. Contents: Foreword; Introduction; Surveying the Industrial Battlefield (Major John H. Van Deventer); Forging the Thunderbolts of War; Machining Projectiles by the Million; The Chariots of Mars; First Aid to the Artillery; Sea Scourers to Scout for Submarines; Monster Mounts for Railway Guns; Helping Others Help Uncle Sam; Keeping the War Worker on His Toes; How Ingenuity Won Its Spurs; Statistical and Historical Notes. Scattered tiny foxing marks on edges of text block, bump at bottom corner of front board - migrates into first few pages, soiling to boards (tiny stains, small water marks), moderate rubbing on boards, waviness to paper covering the front board, wear and wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, repaired tear at bottom of spine, two very small areas of surface paper loss on free front endpaper, very small loss of paper on rear board, wear at bottom corner of boards, spine cracked at pages 16/17 and pages 84/85 - pages are firmly held. Laid-in introductory letter and card have minor foxing and browning. Card has one corner crease. 
Price: 75.00 USD
 
 
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