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Sandhurst Edition of Churchill's The World Crisis  

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Sandhurst Edition of The World Crisis

Churchill, Winston S.


Thornton Butterworth



511, [1] pp. With seven folding maps and a folding facsimile letter, with additional maps in text. (8vo) 22.7x15 cm (9x6") original red cloth, covers ruled in blind with publisher's device in blind at lower fore-edge corners, spine lettered in black. One of 1,354 copies.

Privately printed for the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. Because of Churchill's association with Sandhurst, and because his chapter selections shed light on his military strategy this is a desirable though scarce edition of The World Crisis. Langworth, p. 117.

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Light rubbing to somewhat darkened and leaning spine, light wear to cloth; toning to endpapers, occasional light creases and staining; very good or better.

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