A couple of gentle bumps to cover edges & bottom corners of some pages, else a near FINE or better copy that was apparently issued without a true dust wrapper (just a protective glassine which is usually missing, as with this copy). Covers the history of the unit from its formation through service in Marlborough's wars, The Seven Years War, The Napoleonic Wars (including The Peninsula), Crimean War, India (including the mutiny), Second Afghan War, Boer War, World War I (including Ypres, Loos, The Somme, Arras & the final offensive) & World War II in Burma. Appendices include Colonels of the regiment, casualties, Honors & Awards, illustrated with 5 color plates, 13 photos & 11 foldout maps. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: I SERVE: REGIMENTAL HISTORY OF THE 3RD ...
Publisher: The Regiment
Publication Date: 1966
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: As New
Edition: First Edition.
Book Description 1966, 1966. 1st Ed., [xii]+333pp., 4to, 5 col. plates, 36 photos., 11 fldg. maps. The Regt. Inc. Peninsular war, Crimea, Indian Mutiny, Boer War, Western Front 1914-18 & Sherman tanks in Burma 1943-45. Orig. red cloth, VG. See illustration on our website. Seller Inventory # 56882
Book Description Norwich, Jarrold & Sons, 1966., 1966. 4°, circa 25,3 x 18,3 cm. Colour frontispiece, 7 ff., 333 pp., with illustrations and folding maps Red original cloth with gilded front cover, transparent wrapper The regiment's history from 1685 to 1965 with plates and maps. "- Fine, crisp. Seller Inventory # 12111
Book Description Norwich Jarrold & Sons Ltd Printers, 1966. First Edition: Hardback, red bds., gold titles, gold Coat-of-Arms of the 3rd Carabiniers on front cover, 190 x 250 mm., 1.1kg (extra postage), illustrated, 5 colour plates, bw. photographic plates and folding maps, light rubbing to edges, mild foxing to fore-edges, no dw., VG copy. Seller Inventory # 12568
Book Description Jarrold & Sons, London, 1966. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. First Edition. 333pp, index, appendices, bw ills, col frontis, 11 folding maps. Or red cloth with regimental insignia to front. Water damaged along bottom edge, mostly confined to margins, some spotting to cloth. Scarce regimental history. Comprehensive history of the Prince of Wales Dragoon Guards. Part 1: Sedgemoor to the Treaty of Utrecht, 1685-1714; Part II: The Jacobite Rebellion and the Seven Year's War, 1715-1789; Part III: The Napoleoonic Wars and Their Aftermath, 1799-1830; Part IV: Industrial Troubles, The Crimean War and the Consolidation of the British Empire, 1831-1899; Part V: The South African War to the Outbreak of the First World War, 1899-1914; Part VI: The First World War, 1914-1918; Part VII: Amalgamation, Mechanisation, The Second World War, and Postscript, 1919-1965. There follows 9 appendices including uniforms, honor roll, 25th Dragoons, Natal Carabiniers, Windsor Regiment (Royal Canadian Armoured Corps) and more. All 11 folding maps present. Size: Sml 4to. Seller Inventory # 010866
Book Description Self-published, 1966., 1966. 333 pp, large 8vo (9 15/16" H), hard cover (red cloth with gold lettering on spine, gold badge represented on front board) - no dust jacket. Color plates, b&w photographs, fold-out maps. Contents: Sedgemoor to the Treaty of Utrecht, 1685-1714; Th e Jacobite Rebellions and the Seven Years' War, 1715-1789; The Napoleonic Wars and Their Aftermath, 1799-1830; Industrial Troubles, The Crimean War and the Consolidation of the British Empire, 1831-1899; The South African War to the Outbrea k o f t h e First World War, 1899-1914; The First World War, 1914-1918; Amalgamation, Mechanisation, The Second World War, and Postscript, 1919-1965; Appendices: The 25th Dragoons; The Natal Carbineers; The Windsor Regiment (Royal Canadian Armour ed Co rp s ); C ol o nels of the Regiment; Lieutenant-Colonels in Command; Uniforms and the Standard; Regimental Music; Casualties, Honours and Awards; Regimental Collect. Minor browning to edges of pages and edges of textblock, light shelf soil ing on bot to m o f t ext bl ock, slight cigarette odor, light edge wear, light wrinkling to bottom of spine. Very Good. Seller Inventory # 20385
Book Description Norwich: Jarrold, 1966., 1966. Hardback. Condition: Near Fine. 333p. Many Folding Maps. Photos. Covers from 1685 to 1965. Equipped with Shermans in Burma campaign. Red cloth. Oversize. With mylar jacket. Slightly cocked. Near Fine Copy. Book. Seller Inventory # 77-21
Book Description Norwich: Jarrold, 1966., 1966. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. 333p. Many Folding Maps. Photos. Covers 1685 to 1965. Red cloth. Oversize. Fine Copy. Seller Inventory # 49-394