There are 30 books in this catalogue.
Book Number: 4993
British Broadcasting Corporation. London 1985 8vo. Hardcover. 208pp. Index. B/w and colour illus. Very good / very good, lightly chipped d/w.
Book Number: 5608
London. Frederick Warne & Co 1914 16mm(6 1/2" x 4 1/2" ) original cloth with gilt title (1 - X ) 270pp with index. A Volume in " The Imperial Library Series" Some foxing to endpapers and page edges.
Night action : MTB flotilla at war
Book Number: 27826
London Peter Davies 1974 8vo hardcover 242pp index, b/w illus. very good / very good d/w.
Victoria Cross at Sea
Book Number: 30753
London M Joseph 1978 8vo hardcover 256pp index, b/w illus. very good, owner's inscription inside front cover. / very good d/w. Bibliography: p. 248-251.
Book Number: 33467
Studio Publications, London 1942 8vo. blue cloth hardcover. 280pp. index, b/w illus. very good. / no d/w.
THE UNITED STATES NAVY - A HISTORY
ALDEN, Carroll Storrs & WESTCOTT, Allan
Book Number: 33622
London. Robert Hale. n.d. (c.1950''s) 8vo. hardcover. 508pp. index, b/w plates. very good. / good, lightly worn d/w.
Book Number: 33665
London: The Hogarth Press: October 1951 8vo. hardcover. 478pp. index, b/w plates. very good. / poor d/w missing piece on bottom edge
Who Sank The Sydney?
Book Number: 46111
Cassell, Australia 1991 8vo. hardcover. 242pp. index, b/w illus, maps. + b/w plates. very good, pages slightly browned, foxing to eges & endpapers. / very good d/w.
The Royal Australian Navy in World War II
Book Number: 51826
Allen & Unwin, Australia, 1996. 8vo. hardcover. 212pp. index, b/w illus. Near Fine. / Near Fine d/w.
They Couldn't Have Done It Without Us - The Merchant Navy in the Falklands War
Book Number: 54983
Seafarer Books 2011 First Edition 8vo. Softcover. near fine. 251pp. Index. Illustrations. Over seventy merchant ships sailed in the Task force sent by Britain to recapture the Falkland islands in 1982. Some were Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessels, but the majority were STUFT-ships taken up from trade-and the officers and crew of these merchant vessels, all volunteers, suddenly found themselves thrust into a war zone in the South Atlantic. Remarkably little has been written about the part played by the Merchant navy, summarised by the official history of the campaign as 'an impenetrable mystery, girt about by seasickness' This book lifts the curtain on that mystery, to reveal something of the experiences of the merchant seamen and women who made possible the retaking of the Falkland islands. John Johnson-Allen, maritime historian and former merchant naval officer, combines personal accounts, documents and comment to bring to life the events of the Falklands War, as seen from the merchant ships that played such a vital role in that conflict.
Dardanelles: A Midshipman's Diary 1915-16
Book Number: 56362
John Murray, London, 1981. 8vo. hardcover. 200pp. index, b/w illus. Very goodsmall mark on fep. / Very good d/w.
The Silent Service. Action Stories Of The ANZAC Navy.
JONES, T. M; IDRIESS, ION L.
Book Number: 61067
Sydney, Angus & Robertson, 1944. 8vo. hardcover. pp.xii,338; endpaper map; frontispiece. Good+, some foxing, white-out mark on half-title, label on verso of frontis.
Franks, H. George
Book Number: 6828
London: The Netherland Publishing Company, 1942 8vo. Blue cloth hardcover. 176pp. + b/w plates. Endpaper maps. Very good. / no d/w.