Nashville, Battery Press, 1987 (reprint)/ 1945.
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Canberra, Department of Information, 1943 and 1944. The Australian Army at War series.
London, Nelson, 1946.
Nashville, The Battery Press, 1979.
Melbourne, Specialty Press, . 'Compiled by some who were there, and with acknowledgements and thanks to Major W. Lennard, formerly of "Guinea Gold", now of the Melbourne "Herald" for his assistance'. With a full honor roll and list of decorations and awards.
Hatfield, University of Hertfordshire Press, 2010.
Nashville, Battery Press, 1981 (reprint)/ 1945. The story of the Red Diamond in WW2.
Andover, O.A. Goulden, 1987.
[no place], [no publisher], [no date]. The front cover of this copy has the ink annotation/ownership signature 'Maj. Boyd'.
[London], British Medical Association, c.1954]. The Roll of Honour totals 8 pages. The monument (four figures of Sacrifice, Cure, Prevention and Aspiration surrounding a fountain), designed by James Woodford, is depicted across 9 pages of plates.
London, Lloyd's, 1939. Includes four pages of colour plates. Gilt-stamped 'With the compliments of Lambert Brothers (Insurance) Limited, Cunard House...'. Fascinating period piece, including advertisements for undersea salvage and Marconi radio.
London, Lloyd's, 1939. Includes four pages of colour plates. Gilt-stamped 'With the compliments of George Wills and Co'. Fascinating period piece, including advertisements for undersea salvage and Marconi radio.
London, Lloyd's, 1947. Gilt-stamped 'SS Hazelbank'; presumably the so-called 'Ghost Ship'.
London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1935. With the ownership signature of a Lieutenant Colonel in the NZ Army. 110 plates (several folding) and numerous tables.
National Geographic, 1929. Not least, Siepen on gliding in Germany (pp 751-780). The secret rise of the Luftwaffe.
[Washington], United States Forces, Office of the Assistant Chief of Air Staff, Intelligence/ Division of Naval Intelligence, Photographic Interpretation Center, Navy Department, [c. 1944]. 'Restricted', and with the enigmatic inscribed reference 'Mipi-28504' on the front cover. Primarily intended as an aid for the photo-interpreter, both in identifying suitable targets and...
Nashville, Battery Press, 1988/ 1946. This two-volume reprint edition contains all the material found in the original three-volume set published in Germany in 1946.
Canberra, Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, 1999.
Nashville, The Battery Press, 1984.
Adelaide, Government Printer, 1940. Stamped 'Draft Copy'.
[Melbourne], Directorate of Public Relations for Personnel of the RAAF ... 1943, 1944 and 1945. The run comprises Volume 1, Numbers 1 to 12; Volume 2, Numbers 1 to 14; Volume 3, Numbers 1 to 13, Volume 4, Numbers 1 to 6 and the second birthday issue, Volume 5, Number 1. The magazine ran until Volume 6, Number 5, 15 March 1946.
[Adelaide, 2/10th Battalion Association, 1958]. The author was also Chairman of the 2/10th Battalion AIF History Committee; his signature (E.F. Allchin) appears at the end of the acknowledgements section (page ix). Fellow-committeeman Hec Ellis, who contributed the chapter on sport, has also signed this page (appending the date 6 May 1958).
Hobart, 1989 and 1991.