Burma: The Turning Point. The Seven Battles on the Tiddim Road which Turned the Tide of the Burma War. [Foreword by Field Marshal Lord Bramall]. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR WITH A.L.s
"Zampi Press, Chichester, " "8vo., First Edition, with 48 plates on 24, 8 coloured maps, and 7 full-page maps in the text; original green cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dustwrapper. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR ON TITLE, AND WITH A PRESENTATION A.L.s. FROM THE AUTHOR ON HIS PERSONAL LETTERHEAD TO DONALD EALES-WHITE. The first of Lyall Grant's masterly analyses of the Burma war and forerunner of 'The Japanese Invasion' (co-written with Tamayama and similarly privately printed some six years later). In this outstanding analysis, using extensive fresh information from both British and Japanese sources, Grant produces the most authoritative history to date. Includes command structures, OOB, statistical appendices and bibliography. An outstanding contribution to the history of WWII. Signed copies are very scarce. Graham & Cole E20."
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Book number: 15737
GBP 165.00 [Appr.: EURO 191.75 US$ 214.1 | JP¥ 23212]
Keywords: "military, ww2, burma, tiddim road, imphal, kohima, scoones, lyall grant"