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MOSZEIK, O.,
Die Malereien Der Buschmaenner in Suedafrika
0. 1910. Mit 173 Abbildungen im Text und drei farbigen Tafeln. Berlin, 1910; [iv], 100 pp. with text illustrations and three plates in colour; publisher's decorated ochre-coloured cloth; slight bump in bottom inner corner of front board (not affecting contents), decoration on spine and front board a little flaked away . First edition. A very good copy from the library of Professor Edgar Wind (his initials,in his own hand, which have apparently been rubbed out, are still faintly visible on the rear paste-down).
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Book number: IS002093
GBP 30.00 [Appr.: EURO 35 US$ 42.01 | JP¥ 4546]
Catalogue: Art
Keywords: Ianweb Art History Anthropology Ethnology Archaeology Africa South Africa Bushman Art the Bushmen German Tribal Art

 
OGDEN, JOHN
Antique Drum
. 2019. about 300 pages, hardabck in d/j. The 3rd and last volume in a trilogy Antique Drum completes the trilogy A Military Education in which Miles Player, a young officer in the Prince Regent's Light Infantry, narrates his experiences of growing up in the British Army in the 1950s, which in many ways were closer to the 1930s than the 1960s and were the final days of the British Empire. Previous volumes are: On Fire: A Novel of the 1950s Hardcover -2007, 312 pp. AND Silken Dalliance: The Sequel to 'on Fire' . 2009, 302pp. both hardbacks still available. Publication date: 1st November 2019. (ISBN: 978085455047) .
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Book number: F3253
GBP 15.99 [Appr.: EURO 18.75 US$ 22.39 | JP¥ 2423]
Catalogue: Africa
Keywords: Military Biography Memoirs War Kenya Mau Mau 978085455047

 
OGDEN, JOHN
Antique Drum
. 2019. about 300 pages, hardabck in d/j. The 3rd and last volume in a trilogy Antique Drum completes the trilogy A Military Education in which Miles Player, a young officer in the Prince Regent's Light Infantry, narrates his experiences of growing up in the British Army in the 1950s, which in many ways were closer to the 1930s than the 1960s and were the final days of the British Empire. Previous volumes are: On Fire: A Novel of the 1950s Hardcover -2007, 312 pp. AND Silken Dalliance: The Sequel to 'on Fire' . 2009, 302pp. both hardbacks still available. Publication date: 1st November 2019. (ISBN: 978085455047) .
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Book number: F3253-2
GBP 15.99 [Appr.: EURO 18.75 US$ 22.39 | JP¥ 2423]
Catalogue: Africa
Keywords: Military Biography Memoirs War Kenya Mau Mau 978085455047

 
OGDEN, JOHN
Silken Dalliance
. Thornton's 2009, 302pp. new hardback in d/j. This is the second part of John Ogden's military trilogy, the sequel to On Fire. It is set at the start of the 1950s in Western Germany, which had only recently ceased to be an occupied country and become one to be defended. It describes the life of an infantry regiment, as experienced by Captain Miles Player; the sub-plot concerns a tragic reunion with his former girlfriend, now married to a brother officer. The regiment spends a large part of its time recuperating from the hardships of the Korean War, the hero and his comrades indulging in wildly extravagant parties with a hedonistic superfluity of wine, women and song. In contrast, back at home, Britain was only just emerging from a bleak existence of socialist controls and ration books under Clement Attlee's austere government. (ISBN: 978085455040) .
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Book number: F1309
GBP 15.99 [Appr.: EURO 18.75 US$ 22.39 | JP¥ 2423]
Catalogue: Africa
Keywords: Military Biography Memoirs War Cold War 978085455040

 
OGDEN, JOHN
Silken Dalliance
. Thornton's 2009, 302pp. new hardback in d/j. This is the second part of John Ogden's military trilogy, the sequel to On Fire. It is set at the start of the 1950s in Western Germany, which had only recently ceased to be an occupied country and become one to be defended. It describes the life of an infantry regiment, as experienced by Captain Miles Player; the sub-plot concerns a tragic reunion with his former girlfriend, now married to a brother officer. The regiment spends a large part of its time recuperating from the hardships of the Korean War, the hero and his comrades indulging in wildly extravagant parties with a hedonistic superfluity of wine, women and song. In contrast, back at home, Britain was only just emerging from a bleak existence of socialist controls and ration books under Clement Attlee's austere government. (ISBN: 978085455040) .
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Book number: F1309-B
GBP 7.95 [Appr.: EURO 9.25 US$ 11.13 | JP¥ 1205]
Catalogue: Africa
Keywords: Military Biography Memoirs War Cold War 978085455040

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