Nashville: The Battery Press, 1998. Hardcover. Fine. Two volumes: October 1899 to February 1900 and March 1900 to September 1900. Textual illustrations and maps, including four folding. Nashville: The Battery Press, 1998. Reprint of the 1904 and 1906 first editions. Originally published shortly after the end of hostilities, the essential object of this work is the instruction of the German officer. The criticisms it contains point out not only alleged British faults and errors, but what, in the opinion of the Great German General Staff at Berlin, the British ought to have done. Octavo. Original green cloth bindings, with black and gilt stamping. Issued without dust jackets. A fine set. (Inventory #: 64538)
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