Dallas: Armed Forces Publication, 1959. Hardcover. Yellow leatherette boards with blue, red, and black title and "Hell on Wheels" design to front cover. No spine title. Minor wear and rubbing to edges of boards, rear board, and corners. Slight mildew smell to interior. Minor foxing to a few pages, but clean overall. A handwritten letter "B" with an arrow to a photograph on one page. Laid in (non-relevant) articles to front. Filled with photographic illustrations, some in color. Size: thin quarto. Unpaginated. MIL/123019. Very Good.
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Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1868. Hardcover. A detailed listing of all of the Naval and Marine officers registered shortly after the end of the Civil War. Includes pay table for the various positions and current status of each officer. Also includes a list of Navy vessels and the station or condition of each. Bound in three quarter brown leather with marbled paper boards. Rubbed, bumped and chipped. Interior pages are clean. Ownership signature in pencil. Very good condition. Small octavo. 81 pages. MILITARY/041221. Very Good.
Stuttgart: Carl Krabbe. Hardcover. No date. Very Good in grey illustrated paper wrappers with grey title to front wrapper and black title to spine. Minor edgewear to exterior. Interior is clean and bright with illustrations throughout and a fold out map. A few unopened pages at rear. 88 pages. In German. GER/4213. Very Good.
Westport, Connecticut and London: Greenwood Press, (2008). Hardcover. Part of the Daily Life Through History Series. 8vo. Green illustrated glossy paper covered boards with beige title to front board and to spine. Pristine interior with illustrations. Index, 191 pages. Military History. MIL/042508. Fine.
Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 2000. Hardcover. First Edition, First Printing. This study was sponsored by the Naval Historical Center and covers naval involvement in World War II chronologically from 1939-1945. It includes episodes beyond just major naval events, such as the US submarine warfare against Japanese shipping. Quarto. Blue cloth-covered boards with white title to spine. Blue dust jacket with white title to front and spine panels. Pages are clean and bright; small smudge to side of text block. Cover shows minor wear. Dust jacket has minor wear, including at top edge. 367 pages, including index. WORLD WARS/070722. Very Good / Very Good.
Westport, Connecticut and London: Praeger Security International, (2008). Hardcover. 8vo. Black cloth covered boards with silver title to spine. Pristine interior. Blue and beige illustrated dust jacket with brown title to front panel and to spine. Index, 224 pages. Military. MIL/121808. Fine in Fine Dust Jacket.
New York and London: Harper & Brothers, (1890). Hardcover. Captain King (1844 - 1933) describes his exploits during the Sioux Campaign of 1876. Buffalo Bill Cody is featured in these stories. King later wrote several scripts for Buffalo Bill's silent films. Laid in is an old newspaper article about critics denouncing Buffalo Bill's accomplishments and Captain King traveling to DC (at age 84) to defend his record. Bound in the original dark blue cloth boards with gilt title to spine and front board. Discolored spots to spine, wear to edges of boards, rubbing and soiling to boards, and fraying to spine ends. Includes seven illustrations of which most are dampstained in top corner. Worm hole to bottom margins of several pages, foxing, and occasional smudge marks. Offsetting from newsarticle to facing pages. Penned gift inscription to front endpaper dated 1910, Milwaukee. 295 pages. AME/071422. Near Fine.
Washington DC: Division of Reserve, Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, 1966. Hardcover. Inscribed, "To Barry & Family With best wishes from the foot warmers by the fireside to the front line folks. Bill McCahill 1966 Colonel, USMCR." Colonel McCahill led the effort to write and publish the history of the Marine Corps Reserve on their Golden Anniversary. This edition covers the 50 years since the Corps was authorized by Congress in 1916. It is inscribed to Barry Zorthian, an American diplomat who was the U.S. government spokesman in Saigon during the Vietnam War. Boundin red cloth with the Marine Corps seal in gilt on the front cover, and title on spine. In very good condition. 311 pages. MIL/011513. Very Good.
New York: Atheneum, 1968. Hardcover. First Edition. Inscribed by authors, "For Barry Zorthian: with best wishes Carl and Shelley Mydans May 1968." Carl and Shelley Mydans were a married photo-reporter team during WWII and after. The book is about 25 of the more than 50 warlike conflicts that took place after 1945 around the world. It includes 114 pages of photographs. The book is inscribed to Barry Zorthian, who was the U.S. government spokesman during the Vietnam War in the 1960s. Bound in black cloth with red cloth spine with title and authors in gilt to spine, very light fading to top edge. In black and red dust jacket with light chipping along edges. Very good plus. 478 pages. MIL/011013. Very Good +.
Praeger Security International, 2006. Hardcover. An interesting compilation of writings about battlefield archaeology and how it is a crucial tool for understanding how battles are fought and won. In these two volumes the editors reveal new interpretations of classic battles and show how archaeology can be used regardless of geographic or temporal location. Bound in white glossy paper covered boards with maroon titles to spines and color illustrations to front boards. Pristine with diagrams and illustrations. Near fine condition. Continuously paginated. 450 pages. This set may require an extra shipping fee. MIL/121906. Near Fine.