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Publisher: Berlin, Ferd Dummlers Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1918
NB: Text is in German throughout. Brown paper-covered boards with title in black on front cover. Condition: Fair to good, covers are generally shelfworn with the top inch of the spine beginning to separate from the binding. Binding sound. Previous owners name and the date 1921 neatly written at top of title page. The staples from the binding have rusted and show through the endpapers and last couple of photographic plates. This book is a collection of sepia photogravure ... View more info
By: Jackson, H.C.
Publisher: London, Methuen & Co., 1926
Edition: First Edition
Terracotta cloth with title in gilt on spine and blindstamped on front cover. Condition: Fair, covers have general light shelfwear. Inscription to previous owner dated 1927 on front endpaper. Browning to endpapers, foxing to title page and textblock edges. General light foxing to text throughout. Binding cracked in a couple of places, otherwise sound. 232pp. B/w fronitspiece portrait of Osman Digna together with a folding map and genealogical table. 8vo - over 7¾" -... View more info
By: Dommett, W.E.
Publisher: London and New York, Whittaker & Co., 1915
Blue card covers, contained with private binding of blue cloth hardcover with titles in gilt on spine. Condition: Fair to good, previous owners bookplate on front pastedown of the hardcover, and another previous owners name written neatly in ink at top of front cover of card covers. Binding sound. Occasional browning and foxing to text throughout, heavy in places. Foxing to textblock edges. 106pp. Sixteen b/w photographic plates from photographs by Stephen Cribb, all pre... View more info
By: Searle, Ronald
Publisher: London, Collins in Association With the Imperial War Museum, 1986
Black hardcover with title in gilt on spine. Condition: Good, with light shelfwear to covers. Binding sound, no inscriptions. Dustjacket condition: Good, with general light shelfwear. Not price-clipped. 192pp. Illustrated throughout with drawings by Ronald Searle. Published here for the first time, together with Ronald Searle's own account of his captivity as a Japanese prisoner of war on the Burma Railway and Changi Gaol in Singapore, these drawings are a remarkable rec... View more info