London, Sidgwick and Jackson, 1920.
Octavo, 319 pages with 8 illustrations (by C.E.B. Bernard), several sketches, a map and a plan.
Burnt orange cloth lightly rubbed and bumped; flyleaves offset; three top corner creases; short marginal tears and chips to a few leaves due to careless opening of uncut edges; an excellent copy.
Frederick William Harvey (1888-1957), English poet and officer in the 5th Battalion of the Gloucestershire Regiment; 'he was captured on 17 August 1916 and spent the remainder of the war in prisoner-of-war camps. His first volume of poems, "A Gloucestershire Lad", was published shortly after his capture. He wrote more poetry while imprisoned and his poems were sent back to England for publication, his second collection "Gloucestershire Friends" appearing in 1917' (The War Poets Association website).