Savory, Lieut.-General Sir Reginald - His Britannic Majesty's Army in Germany during the Seven Years War.
Oxford, UK; Oxford at the Clarendon Press; 1966; 1st Edition; dark blue cloth; Very good condition with 'coffee or tea' stains to the fore edge which extend into the page margin of 10 pages a maximum of 1/16th inch, minor top edge soiling - see photo; Good Condition dj with minor edge chipping and a circular 'coffee or tea cup' stain to front cover, the dj is now under mylar protector - see photo; Out-of-Print; 8.75 x 6 x 1.75 inches; Inscribed twice by author, see photo;
571 pages, toc, text maps, rear fold-out 'General' map, OB's, appendices, index. This copy is Double Inscribed by the author and double signed to Ted Bullock as 'The Author' and to Ellen as 'Reg' on the front inside endpaper and dated 31.March.1966. As of July 2013, this is the ONLY signed copy currently on-line. This book offers extraordinary detail of the campaigns fought by the Marquis of Granby's British force with Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick's army in the German theatre (1756-1763) with historical background from 1748. The author, Sir Reginald Savory, was a career soldier with the British Indian Army (1914-50), who commanded an Indian brigade and division in Africa and Burma during World War 2 (at Galipoli in WW1 as a Lieutenant).