London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1972 (first edition).
Octavo, (viii), 373 pages.
Papered boards; a fine copy with the fine dustwrapper.
Inscribed, signed and dated (Leura, 6 June 1978) by the author. Loosely inserted is a handwritten note from the author's wife to the recipient of the book: 'It was written out of much heartache following a period on the front in Vietnam just prior to the Tet offensive of '68; and then suffered three years litigation by the Red Cross in Geneva who objected to their (un-)neutrality being exposed'.