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The Life of Alexander Alexander Written by Himself: Volume 1 (only, of 2)

By: Alexander, Alexander; Howell, John (editor)

Price: £95.00

Publisher: Edinburgh, William Blackwood: 1830

Seller ID: 464816


. 339 pages, wood-grain leather with red spine label. 6½ x 4¼ inches. One of several military and nautical memoirs (including "The Life of Alexander Selkirk") edited by John Howell in the wake if his success with "Journal of a Soldier of the Seventy-First". Alexander Alexander was born in the latter part of the 18th century in Dundonald, Ayrshire. In this volume he recounts his experiences in Scotland and as a young man in the West Indies, and on his... View more info

Sovereign Service: The Story of SASRA 1838-1988

By: Dobbie, Colonel Ian

Price: £1.75

Publisher: Aldershot, SASRA: 1988

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 008627


. 143 pages plus 32 pages of b/w photographs. View more info

Memorials of Captain Hedley Vicars, Ninety-Seventh Regiment

By: Marsh, Catherine M

Price: £3.75

Publisher: London, James Nisbet: 1856

Seller ID: 469472


. 314 out of 316 pages, title page and last page missing. A little grubbiness/foxing/staining. View more info

Way to Glory: Major General Sir Henry Havelock (Historymakers)

By: Pollock, John

Price: £2.75

Publisher: Tain, Christian Focus Publications: 1996

Seller ID: 467379


. 297 pages. Paper a bit browned. Sir Henry Havelock (1795-1857) was a respected soldier in the British Army in India, once well-known throught Britain, and a pioneer of Bible distribution and study amongst soldiers. View more info

John Simpson Kirkpatrick: Digger or Geordie?: The Untold Story of His Family

By: Yuill, Kelso McEwan

Price: £12.00

Publisher: Witton le Wear, Relativity: 2015

Seller ID: 493185


. xiii + 347 pages, illustrated throughout. John Simpson Kirkpatrick (1892-1915) has been well known in Australia for his bravery as the "Man with the Donkey" rescuing wounded soldiers at Gallipoli, Turkey in the First World War. This book tells the largely untold story of the various branches of his family, in Scotland, Wales, Malaga in Spain, and South Shields in the North East of England. View more info