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Otherwise fine in fine dw. Anglesey, Marquess of edits. Very good indeed. Anon several officers of the regiment. Hardback facsimile reprint 22 maps. In the original green cloth. A transparent laminate has been laid over the cloth. Owner's name and address label. Otherwise a very good copy.

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Very good. A nice set. Bancroft, N. With a long introduction by B.

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Reprint of soldier's memoirs first published in Simla in Very good indeed in very good dw. Very good indeed in very good dustwrapper. An outstanding copy. Barton, Sir William. The British Army in India, Study by American military historian. Fine in fine dw. Beg, Aziz. A Pakistani account of the war with India. Bennell, Anthony S. January to December Explorer and Captain of Cavalry. Swiss soldier's exploits mainly in Africa.

One chapter on visit to India and Himalayan trip. Newspaper obituary from loosely inserted. Owner's name.

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Roll of honour. Much involvement in the Burma campaigns. Fine in near-fine dw. Boycott, A. Bookplate of Library of the Royal Artillery Institution. Speckled colour loss to red boards. Otherwise very good. Service in the Western Desert and Burma. Fine in near-fine dustwrapper.. A lovely copy. Brinkman, Rowland. General Sir Charles Egerton. Roll of officers since Service throughout the Empire including the Crimea and Mutiny campaigns. In the original red cloth decorated with gilt regimental badge. An excellent copy. Bristow, Brigadier R. A Soldier in India. Very good in very good dw.

Burchett, W. Folding map. War correspondent's account. Corners and edges a little rubbed. Callahan, Raymond. Memoirs of Chindit commander. Small ownership label. Essays on the 16 military races of India. Facsimile reprint in laminated boards. Cannon, Richard. In the original red cloth. Modern bookplate.

Very good indeed internally. Plates fine. Some fraying to spine cloth but binding firm.

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Service at the Battle of Plassey. The regiment was awarded the motto 'Primus in Indis'. With an armorial bookplate with the name Eyre Coote presumably of a descendant of the General of that name who served in the regiment at Plassey and died in Cardozo, Maj. Ian edits. Large 8vo.

Detail on the actions of the Indian Army since and a brief account of service before that date. Presentation copy inscribed by the editor.

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Our Heroes in Battle. Accounts of the holders of India's highest gallantry award, instituted in It had been awarded 21 times since then. Burma Chaldecott, O. Appendix giving a list of officers. In the original maroon cloth with the regimental badge in gilt. A little wear to corners and creasing to top corners of later pages. Single rubber stamp mark 'Derby School Library'. No other library marks. Cheema, Pervaiz Iqbal.

Its Contribution to the Development of a Nation. Near-fine in like dustwrapper. Cohen, Stephen P. Fine in very good dw. Distinguished military historian analyses the strategic significance of nuclear India. Cook, H.