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Son of the Morning Star

By: Connell, Evan

Price: $3.95

Publisher: Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., HarperCollins: 1984

Edition: 2nd Printing

Book ID: EC59BB

ISBN: 0060971614

Condition: Good


AB2 - Book has a black line at the bottom pages near the spine, a black dot on the top spine and a crease on the spine, a partial tear on the top spine, and normal shelf wear and rubbing otherwise good. From the back cover: "More than a century has passed, yet the controversy surrounding Custer's last stand still rages. Here Evan S. Connell tells the whole story, brilliantly reconstructing the events leading up to the battle of the Little Bighorn and its aftermath. His book is as vivid, intimate, and compelling as a novel, and it brings to life all ..." View more info

A Dictionary of Battles

By: Eggenberger, David

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, Thomas Y. Crowell Company: 1967

Edition: 4th Printing

Book ID: EC16824BB

ISBN: 0690237448

Condition: Good


N2 - DJ is mylar protected. DJ has price clipped, wrinkling, chipping, crease, labels, discoloration, and shelf wear. Book has rubbing, smudge, stains,. library markings (labels, stamping, cardholder, etc.), discoloration, and shelf wear. View more info

The Noise of Drums and Trumpets: W. H. Russell Reports From the Crimea

By: Grey, Elizabeth

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, New York, USA, Henry Z. Walk, Inc.: 1972

Edition: First American Edition

Book ID: SCW03157

ISBN: 0809831015

Condition: Very Good


BC5 - A tight, clean, sound copy with minor overall shelf wear plus the usual library stamps and pocket on the front and back endpapers plus the dust jacket endflaps are taped down to the boards. The dust jacket is in very good- condition showing very minor overall shelf wear plus some light chipping and creasing on the front right covers plus it is in the original library mylar sleeve with the usual library label on the spine. A book about W. H. Russell's reporting on the Crimean War for 'The Times' of London. He exposed to the readers back in the England to the appalling conditions the Briti... View more info

The Battle of Britain: The Greatest Air Battle of World War II

By: Hough, Richard and Denis Richards

Price: $3.50

Publisher: New York, NY, U.S.A., W. W. Norton & Company, Incorporated: 1989

Edition: First American Edition

Book ID: SCW03876

ISBN: 039302766X

Condition: Very Good


BX6 - A hard cover first American edition book in very good condition with a dust jacket in good+ to very good- condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in textured navy paper covered boards with gold lettering and graphics on the spine with very minor overall shelf wear plus a very light bump to the back top right corner plus some very light soiling of the top outside paper edges. The dust jacket shows minor overall shelf wear mainly in the form of some very light edge wear to the top and bottom edges plus some light creasing along the top edge of the front plus there are two closed tears (about... View more info

Great Battlefields of the World

By: MacDonald, John

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, Macmillan Publishing Company: 1985

Edition: First American Edition

Book ID: EC14916BB

ISBN: 0025831100

Condition: Very Good


AS1 - DJ is mylar protected. DJ has crease on the front inside flap, wrinkling, chipping, and crease on some edges and corners, light discoloration and shelf wear otherwise very good. Book has light discoloration and shelf wear otherwise very good. Introduction by Len Deighton. Foreword by General Sir John Hackett. Stunning 3-Dimensional Computer Graphics Re-create 30 of the World's Greatest Battles. View more info

The Reason Why

By: Woodham-Smith, Cecil

Price: $1.75

Publisher: New York, New York, USA, Time Incorporated: 1962

Book ID: SCW01481

Condition: Very Good


BE1 - A trade paperback book in very good- condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in color wraps with very minor overall shelf wear plus a small (about 0.5") triangle missing from the back bottom left cover corner. A book about the charge of the Light Brigade. This is documentation of the follies of a few highly placed officers. The author shows that this story was not an isolated instance of unintelligent leadership. The reality was that English polity allowed and expected the witless sons of highborn men to be able buy high ranks for which they had no qualifications. This ensured that the... View more info