|The First Hundred Thousand|
Being the Unofficial Chronicle of a Unit of "K(I)"
£3 + £2.90 P&P
The First Hundred Thousand tells the story in novel form of an infantry unit of Kitchener's volunteer army from its formation in August 1914 to its recovery after its first great battle - Loos in September 1915. The unit, in fact the 10th Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, formed part of the 9th (Scottish) Division which proved itself to be one of the toughest and most reliable Divisions in the Army on the Western Front. The author not only captures the mood of the times but also the character of the unit and of its officers and men. It is easily recognisable by anyone who has served in a Scottish Regiment of the British Army.
Good considering its age of over 100 years..
World War One
£4.00 + £1.70 P&P
British High Command of WW1
Beckett & Corvi
£4.00 + £2.90 P&P
Good condition, good dust cover, price un-clipped.
|Battles on the Tigris|
The Mesopotamian Campaign of the First World War
£5.00 + £2.90 P&P
Good condition book and dust cover. Price un-clipped.