Canberra, Department of Information, 1943 and 1944. The Australian Army at War series.
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Tokyo, Japan Society of Oriental Ceramic Studies, 1983. Text in Japanese.
[England], Army Bureau of Current Affairs, 1942. Not least, three pages on 'how the Germans rehearsed blitzkrieg in Spain' in the 1930s. Stamped 'Training Centre Motor Company ATS, 7 May 1942 on the front cover.
Canberra, Australian War Memorial, 1962, 1957, 1962/ 1954 and 1963. Each volume boasts the bookplate of Robert David Lawson, QC, sometime South Australian politician and 45th Attorney-General of South Australia.
New York, Sterling, 1996.
Oaklands Park, The Author, 1987. Signed by the author on the title page. Also, in a small plastic bag, is a second pair of 3D viewers.
Tokyo, Oxford University Press, 1968 (corrected edition)/ 1950 (second revised edition). Oxford in Asia Historical Reprints.
Frenchs Forest, 2/18th Battalion (AIF) Associations, 1991. Initially sent to Malaya as garrison troops, by early 1942 the 2nd 18th found themselves defending Singapore against the Japanese, 'savaging a superior enemy force to such an extent that, for the one and only time in the campaign, the Japanese withdrew from battle'.
Narrabeen, Casper Publications, 2006 (revised edition)/ 1982. Inscribed and signed by the author.
Tokyo, Hasegawa, (1898?). Japanese Fairy Tale Series Number 15.
Kent Town, Avonmore Books, 2017.
Kent Town, Avonmore Books, 2017 and 2018.
Kent Town, Avonmore Books, 2018.
Belmont and Kingsgrove, The Authors, . 'Singapore Betrayed, Australia Abandoned'.
Darwin, Avonmore Books, 2016.
West Lakes, Seaview Press, 2007. The cover title reads '... in Java and Hakodate, Japan by the Japanese, 1942-45'. Inscribed and signed by the author.
Coolalinga, David M. Welch, 2014 (first edition). Edited by Craig Bellamy and David M. Welch.
London, Faber/ Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1974.
Philadelphia, Lippincott, 1917.
Melbourne, Thomas Nelson, 1986/ 1986. Inscribed on the half-title: 'With best wishes. 'Weary' E.E. Dunlop. Dec 1986'. Loosely inserted is a typed, signed letter (dated 30 May, 1984) on Dunlop's letterhead at Parliament Place, Melbourne where he relates: 'I fell heavily on a hillside and smashed my right femur from...
Wellington, A.H. and A.W. Reed, 1970 [first edition]. Numerous pages of colour plates.
New York, Frank Cass, 2006/ 2003. In the Cass Series on Soviet (Russian) Military Experience.
London, Peter Owen, 1985. A young officer of the Indian Civil Service in Burma.
London, William Kimber, 1985.
St Leonards, Allen and Unwin, 1995.