HANNA, Henry: The Pals at Suvla Bay [SIGNED LIMITED EDITION]

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Being the record of “D” Company of the 7th Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Foreword by Lieut.-General Sir Bryan T. Mahon. With illustrations, maps and eight tipped-in coloured plates. Dublin: Ponsonby, n.d. (c.1917). Super royal octavo. First edition. pp. 244. With coloured frontispiece, 8 coloured plates and numerous monochrome plates including a large ‘Who’s Who section of the 259 Pals at the end with 6 portraits per page and biographical details on the opposite page. Large paper copy. Original beige cloth, titled in gilt. Regimental badge in gilt on upper cover, with band of Regimental colours. Edition limited to 200 copies, signed by the author. Top edge gilt. A very good copy. Very scarce.

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