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WOOD, Herbert F.
Strange Battleground. The Operations in Korea and Their Effects on the Defense Policy of Canada. Official History of the Canadian Army. Maps by E.H. Ellwand.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Ottawa. National Defense. 1966.,  25cm, 317p. appendices, with 7 colour folding maps and 7 black & white sketch maps, 25 illustrations (inc. colour frontis), red cloth, a fine copy in very good jacket. (cmt)
$50.00    Book Number: 39356         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



WOOD, J.E.R.
Detour. The Story of OFLAG IVC. Drawings byLt. J.F.Watton.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  London. The Falcon Press. 1946.,  sm4to. 25cm, 183p.with 64 illustrations and plates, (some in colour), blue cloth , signedby the author, a very good copy (s8) Selected diaries from over onehundred originals kept while prisoners of war at OFLAG IVC, the Germanidea of an escape-proof camp for captured officers.
$20.00                          Book Number: 25416                         Order / Enquire



WOOD, William
The Logs of The Conquest of Canada. Edited, with an Introduction, by William Wood.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  The Champlain Society, No. 4. Toronto. 1909.,  24cm, xxvi, 335p. with 4 folding maps in rear pocket, limited to 550 copies, this being #71, original crested red cloth, t.e.g., spine lightly faded (as usual), a very good copy. (cmt) ". Why is it worthwhile to edit a selection from the ships logs of H.M.S.S. engaged in the three campaigns of Louisbourg, Quebec, and Montreal, which determined the British conquest of Canada? Because these logs are the simplest and least self-conscious of all records; because they are the record of the Navy's work there; because the fleets were relatively stronger forces than the armies; ." Preface.
$250.00    Book Number: 39231         Order / Enquire




WOOD, William
Select British Documents of the Canadian War of 1812. Edited, with an Introduction, by William Wood. Champlain Society, Nos. 13, 14, 15, 17.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Toronto. The Champlain Society. 1920 - 1928.,  24cm, in four volumes, xv,678, ix,517, 589 & [589] 1061pp. with 11 plates & 8 folding maps in rear pocket, limited to 550 copies, this being #17, original crested red cloth, spines slightly faded, volume two (has some splashing to the spine), a very good set. (cmt) An extensive introduction by the editor is in itself a history of the war. A volume for 1812, 1813, 1814 and miscellaneous documents relating to more general topics each, together contain a continuum of the war as a basis for research. - Smith 486. T.P.L. 1086.
$800.00    Book Number: 39232         Order / Enquire




WRIGHT, Monte D. & Lawrence J. Paszek (eds.)
Soldiers and Statesmen The Proceedings of the 4th Military History Symposium United States Air Force Academy 22-23 October 1970.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Washington, D.C. Office of Air Force History. 1973.,  23cm, vi,211p., index, illustrations, printed wraps, yellowed edges, a very good copy (s7)
$12.50                          Book Number: 24962                         Order / Enquire



WURTELE, A.G.G.
The Non-Professional Notes of the Cadets' Tour of Instruction to Montreal, Quebec, Halifax, and Minor Places. A work written for the information of the Canadian Public, and forming an interesting supplement to the published official reports.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Quebec. Printed at the "Morning Chronicle" Office. 1881.,  12mo, 18.5cm, 87p., original pebbled green cloth, gilt cover titles, very good to fine condition, rare. (Cmt) Not In Cooke. - Account of a tour by the first graduating class of the Royal Military College, Kingston, 1880. Casey 316. Dionne 1901. Amtmann W1121. Not in Gagnon.
$250.00    Book Number: 36935         Order / Enquire




WYKES, Alan
The Royal Hampshire Regiment (37th/67th Regimentsof Foot). [Famous Regiments].
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  London. Hamish Hamilton. 1968.,  8vo, 22cm,128p., illustrations, music, original lime green cloth, jacket repairedelse very good to fine in vg jacket (mt). ~ With Introduction byLieut.-General Sir Brian Horrocks.
$40.00                          Book Number: 31367                         Order / Enquire



[CHARLOTTETOWN]
The Charlottetown Centennial. Official Souvenir Booklet. 1855-1955.
Charlottetown. The Charlottetown Centennial Committee. 1955.,  sm4to., 25cm, 104p., many plates and illustrations, and many ads, city map,program of events, colour illustrated wraps, fine copy (Mds). - A very informative booklet including a city history by Frank MacKinnon, Charlottetown's military history by Major T.E. MacNutt and 100 Years of Sport by Brigadier W.W. Reid.
$14.00                          Book Number: 18707                         Order / Enquire



[DENISON, G.T.]
Canada: Is She Prepared for War? or A Few Remarks on the State of Her Defences. By A Native Canadian.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Toronto. Printed at the Leader & Patriot Steam-Press. 1861.,  8vo, 21cm, 24p., printed wraps with title repeated in decorative frame border on the upper cover, lacking rear wrap, very good (n12) T.P.L. 4055. George Taylor Denison (1839-1925) was a prominent Toronto soldier and author who served during the Fenian Raids and in the Northwest Rebellion. The pamphlet is sub-titled "The Necessity of Supporting a Defensive Force in Canada".
$100.00                          Book Number: 23966                         Order / Enquire



[ENGLAND]. Royal Engineers.
Bridging. Normandy to Berlin.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  [London. Printed by Printing and Stationery Service, British Army of the Rhine]. n.d. [1945].,  folio. 35.5cm, 193,[3]p. with over 200 illustrations and plates from photographs, including several large folding plates, in full light green linen, gilt spine titles, binding worn, slight small damp stain in the gutter at the bottom edge, endpapers foxed else very good. (mt). - A remarkable record of over 500 equipment bridges built by the Royal Engineers between D-Day and the end of the war. "The task of crossing all the rivers from Normandy to Berlin viewed in advance seemed a formidable one. Those rivers include amongst others the Seine, Meuse, Rhine, Ems, Weser and the Elbe, no to mention canal systems of the Low Countries and North Germany. 21 Army Group on the left flank of the Allied Armies had to cross all those river nearest to their mouth and, therefore, where they were widest.". Foreword.
$85.00                          Book Number: 25614                         Order / Enquire



[LAVAL UNIVERSITY].
Annuaire General de L'Universite Laval pour L'Annee Academique 1943-1944. No. 87
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Quebec. L'Action Catholique. 1943.,  8vo, 21.5cm, 416p., large folding chart, calendar, quarter roan backed marbled boards, raised bands, gilt titles, marbled endpapers, very good to fine (cnds). - A year book for Laval University with lists of students, graduates and faculty. A wartime publication that includes lists of members of the Canadian Officers Training Plan as well as students serving in the Armed Forces with units and date of enrolment.
$22.50                          Book Number: 23163                         Order / Enquire



[LEE, Roger I.]
Letters from Roger I. Lee. Lt. Colonel, U. S. Army Medical Corps, 1917 - 1918.
Brookline, Massachusetts. Privately Printed. 1962.,  20cm., 377p., frontis and 7 black and white photographic illustrations, blue cloth, gilt titles, slight label stain at the head of the spine else a fine copy (s7.5)
$20.00                          Book Number: 10012                         Order / Enquire



[LOUISBOURG].
Archaeological Research at the Fortress of Louisbourg 1961-1965, by Edward M. Larrabee. WITH: A "Rescue Excavation" at the Princess Half-bastion Fortress of Louisbourg, by Bruce W. Fray. WITH: An Archaeological Study of Clay Pipes from King's Basin, Fortress of Louisbourg, by Iain C. Walker Canadian Historic Sites, Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 2.
Ottawa. Dept. of Indian Affairs. Ottawa. 1971.,  sq8vo. 22x 21cm, 123p., many plates, illustrations, maps, colour illustrated stiff wraps, very good copy. (cmt)
$15.00                          Book Number: 13726                         Order / Enquire



[LOUISBOURG].
Lime Preparation at 18th Century Louisbourg, by Charles S. Lindsay. WITH: Louisbourg Guardhouses, by Charles S. Lindsay. WITH: A Survey of Louisbourg Gunflints, by T.M. Hamilton & Bruce W. Fry. Canadian Historic Sites, Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No. 12. Ottawa. Dept. of Indian Affairs.
Ottawa. 1975.,  sq8vo. 22x 21cm, 131p., many plates, illustrations, maps, colour illustrated stiff wraps, very good to fine copy
$12.25                          Book Number: 13727                         Order / Enquire


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