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Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1933. Octavo, hardcover in original orange cloth, 296 pages. A near fine copy in a very good+ dust-jacket. Prelims gently foxed, spine lightly browned, dust-jacket a little thumbed and browned From the dust-jacket "His record of constantly changing campaign conditions, written not in careful literary English but in the joking and unpolished language of the pre-war barrack room is extraordinarily moving. Whether fighting with rifle and bayonet, bomb or revolver, scrounging, drinking, gambling, square-pushing, dodging a sloppy parade, or keeping a signal-station going under an intense bombardement when everyone else has either been knocked out or knocked silly, Private Richards is never concerned with anything but the job in hand.