Book Description

First edition. An exceptionally fine copy in original gilt lettered blue cloth, and equally fine dust jacket. Full page b/w illustration of each soldier.
Dealer Notes
"The Historian of the British Army takes six typical British soldiers, Cromwell, Marlborough, Wellington, Moore, Abercromby and Stuart, and shows the contribution of each to the making of the army and the evolution of a military policy." cf. dust jacket.
Note: the author, a military historian, was also Librarian/Archivist at Windsor Castle
Author Sir John Fortescue
Date 1928
Binding Publisher's original cloth
Publisher London: Williams and Norgate
Illustrator Photographic illustrations
Condition Exceptionally fine copy
Pages 272

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