WARRIOR

By: HUTCHISON D.S.O., M.C.,

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WARRIOR by HUTCHISON D.S.O., M.C., Lieut.-Colonel Graham Seton
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Hutchinson & Co. London. 1932. First Edition;. pages 317; b/w full page plates, text maps; rebound cloth hardcover by master bookbinder [Strange], with gilt title embossed on spine; Inscription on full-page plate opp. p178, very light foxing on some pages not affecting text o/wise very good condition. . Very scarce. The author, speaking from personal experience, writes about the infantry soldier - the Warrior - during World War I. The author's concern is of the Warrior, his physique and character, his training and his weapons, his habits and his customs, his hopes and fears, the man who fought the battle of the nations.

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