The Desert Mounted Corps, An Account of the Cavalry Operations in Palestine and Syria 1917 - 1918
by Preston, R. M. P.
London: Constable, 1921. First edition. Hardcover. Good +. An account of the Desert Mounted Corps, a British army corps in World War I, of three mounted divisions which served in the Sinai and Palestine Campaign. It was composed of Australians, New Zealanders, British yeomanry, and Territorial Horse Artillery, in operations against the Turkish and Germans in Palestine and Syria.Tall 8vo, frontispiece portrait, xxiv, 356pp, b&w ills, 5 maps (4 are folding), and diagrams. Publisher's red gilt cloth. Spine a bit rubbed, rubbed at edges of boards, a bit of splitting to cloth along front hinge. The maps clean, very good condition. Neat previous owner name top of ffep, A. Stanhope.
(Inventory #: 22255)
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