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1.   Marshall-Cornwall, James:
Wars and Rumours of Wars : a memoir
Publisher: London, Leo Cooper - Secker & Warburg Ltd., 1984. (1st edition)
vi + 257pp with b/w archive photo illus. "The author was at Rugby with Rupert Brooke, whose father was their housemaster. At Woolwich he was taught by Ernest Swinton. In the First World War he served on the staff of Sir Douglas Haig. The curiously mixed bag of people he met at that time included General Trenchard, Maurice Baring, Colonel Repington, Mrs Humphrey Ward and General Pershing. After the war General Cornwall became a member of the General Staff Delegation at the Peace Conference in Paris, where he worked with amongst others Richard Meinertzhagen, Allan Leeper, Harold Nicolson and T.E.Lawrence. (much else was to follow - trips to India in 1936, and Egypt on 1937-8, followed by duty with Western Command in World War II and even a spell arms dealing with Krishna Menon after the war - and there is much else more to retain the reader's attention). Very good plus cond : very good plus cond d/w. 8 3/4 x 5 1/4 inches

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Purchase direct from: Keeble Antiques. Item number: 4052.
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2.   Du Cann, Edward:
The Duke of Wellington, and his political career after Waterloo - the caricaturists' view.
Publisher: Woodbridge, Antique Collectors Club, 2000. (1st Edition)
144pp with 112 colour illus. "Edward du Cann analyses the significance as a reflection of popular opinion at the time of Wellington's entry into domestic politics, following his return to England from the Continent after the Battle of Waterloo. The book offers a unique version of the history of the times seen from a popular viewpoint. It also makes an assessment of the Duke's achievements as a politician and of his sterling qualities as a man". Fine cond : fine cond d/w. 11 x 8 3/4 inches

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