London: Hugh Rees, Ltd, 1910. Cloth. Very Good +. The uncommon 1910 1st edition of this very early study of the use of machine-guns in battlefield tactics. Solid and VG+ in its russet cloth, with bright gilt-lettering along the front panel and spine. Very light scuffing to the front panel and a bit of wear at the spine ends. One thin strip of clear tape evenly and neatly applied as reinforcement to the front inner hinge (which is very sturdy). Otherwise, internally very clean, with no writing or stamping of any kind. Octavo, 265 pgs. plus publisher's large fold-out map ("Defence of Port Arthur") at the rear pastedown. (Inventory #: 12585)
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