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With The Guns in South Africa. By Lieutenant E.W.B. Morrison, D Battery, Royal Canadian Artillery. Illustrated with Photo-Engravings and from Sketches by the Author.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Hamilton. Spectator Printing Co. 1901.,  12mo, 18.5cm, 307p. frontis and 26 illustrations, original decorated mustard yellow cloth, gilt block titles and black and red stamped pictorial decorations and borders, a fine bright copy of the scarce first edition. (cmt) Hackett p.191. Cooke p142. Wallace, DCB p530. - The author was editor-in-chief of the Ottawa Citizen until 1912. He joined the Canadian militia as an artillery subaltern in 1898 and from 1899 to 1901 he saw service in South Africa, in D Battery of the Royal Canadian artillery. As well, he served throughout the whole of the first Great War, and from 1916 to 1919 he was general officer commanding the Canadian artillery.
$350.00    Book Number: 37426         Order / Enquire

Colonel Anthony van Egmond. From Napoleon and Waterloo to Mackenzie and Rebellion.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Toronto. Burns & MacEachern. 1956.,  21cm, [vi],61p., with 11 plates and illustrations (inc., portraits and one facsimile), green cloth, fine copy in frayed jacket (s8).
$21.00                          Book Number: 6430                         Order / Enquire

A Children's Teeth are Set on Edge. With: A New Canadian. (2 Volumes).
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Brockville. Norwood Publishing. 1996-1998.,  4to, 28cm, 269 & 177p., with 15 drawings by author including self-portrait, 3 photographs, genealogical chart, cloth backed printed stiff wraps, fine, Inscribed to his friend and editorial assistant, historian Brereton Greenhous. (s8ds). - Volume One: Autobiography: from birth in Maldon, Essex, through World War Two with the Rifle Brigade, service in the Special Service (T.A.) And eventual emigration to Canada in 1954. Part Two: From immigration to Canada in 1954, service in the Royal Canadian Signal Corps in Kingston, Camp Gagetown and Gaza, and post-service career as an antique dealer.
$25.00                          Book Number: 25568                         Order / Enquire

ROY, Reginald H.
The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada, 1919-1965.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Vancouver. The Regiment. 1969.,  thick8vo., 23.5cm, xxiv,559,[64]p., with 8 folding maps, with 57 plates and illustrations (including 2 colour plates), many portraits, appendices (inc. nominal rolls), green cloth, fine in fine jacket. (CMT) The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada was initially formed in 1910 and saw action in WWI. This book covers the period between the world wars, WWII and a short section on the post war period.
$150.00                          Book Number: 37217                         Order / Enquire

The Story of 2Bn. R.C.E. 1940-1945.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Ottawa. Military Engineers Association. N.d.,  27cm, unpaged (78p.), mimeographed leaves & photos, music ("Wings" & "Hurrah for the C.R.E."), nominal roll, bound in brown cloth, gilt titles, fine(n13) Cooke p226. A photostated copy of a very scarce Royal Canadian Engineers history originally published in Zwolle, Holland in 1945 as a souvenir for members of the unit. The Battalion, formed in Camp Borden in June 1940, served in North-west Europe and constructed airdromes and bridges.
$100.00                          Book Number: 26124                         Order / Enquire

There Never Was an Arrow.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Ottawa. Steel RailEducational Publishing. 1981.,  20.5cm, second edition, 274p., appendix,plates, plans, printed wraps, very good. (cmt)
$30.00                          Book Number: 32400                         Order / Enquire

Six Years of War. The Army in Canada, Britain and the Pacific. Volume One.
Ottawa. National Defence. 1956.,  24.5cm, 629p. with 14 maps, (including 7 in colour & 4 folding), and 38 illustrations, red cloth, fine (n11.6). Volume one of the official history of the Canadian Army in the Second World War.
$17.50                          Book Number: 14905                         Order / Enquire

STOTT, Glenn and Carol Hall
Taken and Destroyed. The War of1812 Losses and Claims, London and Western Districts, Upper Canada.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Milton, Ontario. Global Heritage Press. 2011.,  28cm, xiv,223p., 26 mapsand illustrations, spiral bound, fine. (cmt)
$30.00                          Book Number: 36175                         Order / Enquire

A Black Mark. The Japanese-Canadians in World WarII. Ottawa.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Oberon Press, 2004.,  8vo, 203p., list of sources, signed,as new trade paperback, (mt).
$25.00                          Book Number: 32769                         Order / Enquire

WEST, Christopher
Canada and Sea Power.
Tenafly, New Jersey, U.S.A.:  Toronto. McClelland & Goodchild.,  1913. 19cm, 172p. bound in red linen with paper label, a very good sound copy (n14)
$31.50                          Book Number: 816                         Order / Enquire

WOOD, Herbert Fairlie
Singulier Champ de Bataille; Les Operations en Coree et Leurs Effets sur la Politique de Defense du Canada.
Ottawa. Ministre de la Defense Nationale. 1966.,  tall8vo. 24cm, 354p., with 9 colour maps, including mapped endpapers, many plates and illustrations, previous owner's notes writting on the reverse of the frontispiece, red cloth with gilt titles, very good copy (ds11b).
$22.75                          Book Number: 15340                         Order / Enquire

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