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Collins, London, publishers - third impression, 1966. hardcover, 6" x 8½", with dust jacket. Jacket has several short tears and small gaps; inscription to previous owner on front endpaper. VERY GOOD book in GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Thirty-two b&w photographs. William Booth, pawn-broker turned preacher (but too radical for even the Methodists) began his life-long career in London in 1865. Booth was an evangelist and a social reformer, an autocrat with humility, a showman without frivolity; above all, a leader whose followers were prepared to face poverty and acute physical danger at his command. This book should help to destroy the view of The Army as a drearily respectable collection of cranks in uniforms.