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Soldiers' Tales
Publisher: Peter Davies. Country: United Kingdom. Date: 1928-30 and 1969.



Adventures in the Revolution and under the Consulate (Soldiers' Tales/Peter Davies) (image)

Adventures in the Revolution and under the Consulate
by Moreau de Jonnès
London, Peter Davies, 1969 (Soldiers' Tales series).
Hardback. Illustrated dust wrapper with dark blue and gold titling and illustration on front panel. First published by Peter Davies in the Soldiers' Tales series in 1929.


SOLDIERS' TALES (PETER DAVIES)
Series Note: ____

Arranged alphabetically by title

The Advance from Mons, 1914.
Walter Bloem.
Foreword by Brigadier-General Sir Sir E. James Edmonds.
1930.

Adventures in the Revolution and Under the Consulate.
Moreau de Jonnes.
Translated by Cyril Hammond. Introduction by the Hon. Sir John Fortescue.
1929.
Reissued by the same publisher as:
Adventures in the Revolution and Under the Consulate. A Volume in the Series Soldiers' Tales.
Moreau de Jonnes. Introduction by Michael Glover. Translated by Cyril Hammond.
1969.

Journal of the Waterloo Campaign.
Cavalie Mercer.
Date: TO BE CHECKED.

Life and Entertaining Adventures of Mrs Christian Davies commonly called Mother Ross.
Daniel Defoe.
1929.

The Memoirs of Sergeant Bourgogne (1812-1813).
Sir John Fortescue.
1926.

My Seventy-Five: Journal of a French Gunner (August-September 1914).
Paul Lintier.
Foreword by Marshall Joffre.
Date: TO BE CHECKED.

The Note-books of Captain Coignet: Soldier of the Empire. With an Introduction by the Hon. Sir John Fortescue.
Jean-Roch Coignet.
1928.

Passages in the Great War with France (1799-1810).
Sir Henry Bunbury.
Date: TO BE CHECKED.

Recollections of Rifleman Harris.
John Harris. Edited by Henry Curling.
1928.

A Subaltern's War: Somme, 1914 - Ypres, 1917.
Charles Edmonds.
Date: TO BE CHECKED.



Christian Davies (Soldiers' Tales/Peter Davies) (image)

The Life & Entertaining Adventures of Mrs Christian Davies Commonly Called Mother Ross
by Daniel Defoe.
London, Peter Davies, London, 1929 (Soldiers' Tales series).
Harback. Dark blue cloth. Beige dust wrapper with blue and red titling and decoration on spine and front panel and red image on front panel.





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