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The Naval & Military Books department deals in books, manuscripts, artwork and on occasion paraphernalia relating to the entire history of warfare. In recent years, our focus has become increasingly directed towards original documents, diaries, letters and sketchbooks. 

One of the smaller but more dynamic groupings at Maggs, the Military history department is managed by Hugh Bett, within the Travel department.

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JENKINS, James

Naval Achievements of Great Britain, from the Year 1793 to 1817.
54 superb coloured aquatint plates of famous naval battles. Large 4to. Bound in modern blue half morocco. Jenkins & Harrison, London,

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ASHE, Waller, Major &

Story of The Zulu Campaign.
Folding map. Light marginal browning, some scattered foxing, title page a little soiled and with a later ownership inscription, but overall very good in recent rich dark tan half morocco on brown buckram boards. xvi, 408pp. + 32pp. publisher's catalogue. Sampson, Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington,

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MAINWARING, Major Arthur

Crown and Company. The Historical Records of the 2nd Batt. Royal Dublin Fusiliers,
Formerly the 1st Bombay European Regiment, 1662-1911. 4to. Coloured frontispiece and ten other coloured plates, forty-one black and white plates, folding map. Inner hinges cracking, some browning, externally very good in the original green cloth, gilt. xxii, 437 pp. Arthur L. Humphreys,

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History of Allied Force Headquarters and Headquarters NATOUSA.
Part II. Period of the Tunisian, Sicilian, and South Italian Campaigns (December 1942 to December 1943). Sections 1, 2, & 4. [Together with] Part III. Period of the Italian Campaign from the Winter Line to Rome (1 December to 30 June 1944) Sections 1,2, & 4. Six volumes. 4to. Numerous plates, tables, diagrams, and maps throughout. Very good in the original mid-blue decorative cloth. Pagination ran consecutively through the parts and is therefore incomplete as is our run, however each volumes has c.100ll. with repro-typescript to rectoes only. N.p., n.d.,

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ARNOUX, Guy

Lusitania.
Coloured print, c.19" x 24", showing the aftermath of the sinking of the Lusitania. In the background the ship goes down, the U 88 having surfaced in front of her, in the foreground a life-boat crewed by sailors attempts to rescue passengers who are scattered in the sea around struggling to stay afloat. Browned and very fragile, beginnig to flake, mounted on linen, but creased from rolling. chez Devambez, 43 boulevard Malesherbes, a Paris, n.d.

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DOUGLAS-MORRIS, K.J.

Naval General Service Medal Roll, 1793-1840.
Original half blue morocco in slip-case of issue. 4to. l, 403pp. Privately printed,

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