I Vow To Thee My Country - ANON.Seagull S. A., 0, Hardback ..
Condition: Very Good - in Very Good DJ. Top edge of upper panel notably creased otherwise a very well presented copy.
Sir Cecil Spring-Rice's anthem speak of that selfless devotion to cause and duty that the pages of this volume reflect: the role of Britain's armed Services whose story is that of so much of international history and human progress from Henry VIII's Mary Rose and The Field of The Cloth of Gold, through to Blenheim, Captain Cook, Trafalgar, Waterloo, the Charge of the Light Brigade, Rorke's Drift and Gordon of Khartoumn to the mud of Flanders, the beaches of Normandy and the Gulf War; the epic and the ordinary are captured in colour plates by artist and photographer alike.
Size: 11½" x 14½"
Number of Pages: 96
Introduction: General Sir Peter de la Billiere
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