London: Leo Cooper, 1969. Hardcover. Near fine/Near fine. Textual illustrations. London: Leo Cooper, 1969. First edition. "The Eleventh Hussars, known throughout the Army as 'the Cherrypickers', a nickname traditionally dating from the Peninsular War, were formed in 1715 as Honywood's Dragoons. Since then they have gained a reputation second to none among cavalry regiments for dash and professionalism combined, learning, like every other good regiment, from many bitter lessons." A volume in the Famous Regiments series. Octavo. Internally crisp and clean. A near fine copy in a near fine, price-clipped dust jacket. (Inventory #: 64648)
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