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Fair copy of journal & extracts from letters from France, 1915-1916, assembled by his Mother in a leather-bound notebook, 230x180mm, plus tipped-in portrait photos. in uniform, press obits. &c., plus several loosely inserted photos. & press cuttings.
Captain Lionel Tudor Wild, "B" Coy., 7th (Service) Bn. Somerset Light Infantry: Killed in Action 30th November 1917 & Commemorated on the Cambrai Memorial to the Missing.
Falklands, Jutland & the Bight.
BINGHAM (Cdr. The Hon. Barry, VC, RN)
Fanti & Ashanti: Three Papers Read on Board SS Ambriz on the Voyage to the Gold Coast.
BRACKENBURY (Capt. Henry, RA) & HUYSHE (Capt. G.L.)
Farewell of the 20th Sussex Bn. Home Guard. 3rd December 1944.
Fatehgarh Camp 1777-1857.
WALLACE (C.L., MC, ICS)
Fear, & Be Slain: Adventures by Land, Sea & Air.
SEELY (Gen. Jack)
Fear, & Be Slain: Adventures by Land, Sea & Air.
SEELY (Gen. Jack)
Field Hospital & Flying Column: Being the Journal of an English Nursing Sister in Belgium & Russia.
THURSTAN (Violetta)
Field Marshal Lord Napier of Magdala, GCB, GCSI, A Memoir.
NAPIER (Lt.-Col. Hon. H.D.)
Field Notes from the Russian Front.
WASHBURN (Stanley)
Field Notes on the Belgian, French & German Armies. Prepared by the General Staff, War Office. 1914.
Field Notes on the Belgian, French & German Armies. Prepared by the General Staff, War Office. 1914.
Field Service Pocket Book. India. 1935. (Corrected to January, 1935.)
Field-Marshal Earl Haig.
[HAIG (FM Sir Douglas)] CHARTERIS (Brig.-Gen. John, CMG, DSO)
Field-Marshal Earl Haig.
HAIG (FM Sir Douglas): CHARTERIS (Brig.-Gen. John, CMG, DSO)
Fields & Battlefields.
31540 [i.e. BAGENAL (Sgt. Hope, DCM]:
Fifteen Rounds a Minute: The Grenadiers at War 1914.
CRASTER (J.M.) Ed.
Fighter Pilot: A Self Portrait.
BARCLAY (George)
Fighting Tanks: An Account of the Tank Corps in Action 1914-1919.
MURRAY WILSON (G.) Ed.
First Athenian Memories.
MACKENZIE (Compton)
First In the Indian Skies.
FRANKS (Norman)
Fisrt Army Intelligence Summary.-No. 286. Saturday, 23rd October, 1915. [Together with:] First Corps Intelligence Summary, 23rd October, 1915.
CHARTERIS (Lt.-Col. John, Gen. Staff, 1st Army)
Five Years in Turkey.
SANDERS (Gen. [Otto] Liman von)
Flash Spotters & Sound Rangers: How They Lived, Worked & Fought in the Great War.
INNES (John R.)
Flash Spotters & Sound Rangers: How They Lived, Worked & Fought in the Great War.
INNES (John R.)
Flying & Sport in East Africa.
WALMSLEY (Leo)
Flying Section 17
HEYDEMARCK (Capt. [George Wilhelm] Haupt)
Folkestone During the War: A Record of the Town's Life & Work.
CARLILE (J.C., DD) Ed.
Footprints of the 1/4th Leicestershire Regiment, August 1914 to November 1918.
MILNE (Capt. John)
Footslogger: An Autobiography.
HUTCHISON (Lt.-Col. G.S., DSO, MC)
Footslogger: An Autobiography.
HUTCHISON (Lt.-Col. G.S., DSO, MC)
For King & Country & the Scottish Borderers: The Story of the 1/4th (Border) Battalion The King's Own Scottish Borderers on the Gallipoli Peninsula, 1915.
RICHARDSON (Gavin)
For Valour: The History of Southern Africa's Victoria Cross Heroes.
UYS (Ian S.)
For Valour: The V.C., A record of the Brave & Noble Deeds for which Her Majesty has bestowed the Victoria Cross, from its Institution to the present date.
MUDDOCK (J.E.)
Four Infantrymen on the Western Front 1918.
JOHANNSEN (Ernst)
Four Infantrymen on the Western Front 1918.
JOHANNSEN (Ernst)
Fourth Army Headquarters Memorial to General Lord Rawlinson.
France Overseas: The Great War & the Climax of French Imperial Expansion.
ANDREW (C.M.) & KANYA-FORSTNER (A.S.)
France Sheet 51bNW Ed. 5A 1:20,000.
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France Sheet 51bSE 1:20,000 Ed. 5A (Local).
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France Sheet 51bSE 1:20,000 Ed. 5B.
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France Sheet 51bSW Ed. 2C. 1:20,000.
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France Sheet 57cSW Ed. 4A 1:20,000.
France Sheet 62cSE Ed. 4B (Local). 1:20,000.
TRENCH MAP:
Frank Maxwell, Brig.-General, VC, CSI, DSO: A Memoir & Some Letters.
MAXWELL (Mrs C.)
Friends of France. The Field Service of the American Ambulance Described by its Members.
From an Abbeville Window (1918-19).
FEDDEN (Marguerite)
From Chauffeur to Brigadier.
BAKER-CARR (Brig.-Gen. C.D., CMG, DSO)
From Chauffeur to Brigadier.
BAKER-CARR (Brig.-Gen. C.D., CMG, DSO)
From Dartmouth to the Dardanelles: A Midshipman's Log Edited by His Mother.
[WELD-FORRESTER (Hon. Mrs C.)]
From Dartmouth to the Dardanelles: A Midshipman's Log Edited by His Mother.
[WELD-FORRESTER (Hon. Mrs C.)]
From Dartmouth to the Dardanelles: A Midshipman's Log Edited by His Mother.
[WELD-FORRESTER (Hon. Mrs C.)]
From Dug-out & Billet: An Officer's Letters to His Mother.
From Gallipoli to Baghdad.
EWING (Wm., MC, CF)
From Mons to Loos: Being the Diary of a Supply Officer.
STEWART (Maj. H.A., DSO, ASC)
From Mons to Ypres with French: A Personal Narrative.
COLEMAN (Frederic)
From Ploegsteert to Graudenz: The Story of a Prisoner-of-War.
CUST (L.G.A., Lieut., RFA)
From Rideau to the Rhine & Back: The 6th Field Company & Battalion Canadian Engineers in the Great War.
WEATHERBE (Major K.) Comp.
From the Beaches to the Baltic: The Story of "G" Company 8th Battalion The Rifle Brigade during the Campaign in North-West Europe.
From the Black Mountain to Waziristan: Being an Account of the Border Countries & the More Turbulent of the Tribes Controlled by the North-West Frontier Province, & of our Military Relations with them in the Past.
WYLLY (Col. H.C., CB)
From the Black Mountain to Waziristan: Being an Account of the Border Countries & the More Turbulent of the Tribes Controlled by the North-West Frontier Province, & of our Military Relations with them in the Past.
WYLLY (Col. H.C., CB)
From the Dardanelles to Oran: Studies of the Royal Navy in War & Peace 1915-1940.
MARDER (Arthur J.)
From Trombay to Changi: The Story of Arakan Coastal Forces.
GOULDEN (O.A.) et al.
Frontiers, Insurgencies & Counter-Insuregncies in South Asia, 1820-1913.
ROY (Prof. Kaushik)
Fundraising for the Dardanelles: Mrs Cara Leland Broughton.
Fusilier Bluff: The Experiences of an Unprofessional Soldier in the Near East.
[VULLIAMY (Colwyn Edward)]




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