DOUGLAS HAIG. Douglas Haig, John Terraine.
DOUGLAS HAIG.

DOUGLAS HAIG.

The educated soldier. Pp. xviii+508, frontispiece portrait plus 12 plates, 10 full page maps, index; med. 8vo; brown cloth, spine blocked in red and lettered in gilt, fore-corners of boards lightly bruised, lower board lightly marked; edges of leaves lightly foxed; Hutchinson of London, London, 1963. First edition. \fs22 *From the library of Sir John Elliot, with his bookplate on upper pastedo\fs24 wn and loosely inserted miscellaneous ephemera, with news cuttings, including his published Daily Telegraph review of this book and a photocopy of a letter from Haig's' son, thanking him for his support of his father in the Daily Telegraph, with some old tape marks and some rusted pin marks on endpapers and some leaves. Later from the library of Syd\fs22 ney bibliophile David Levine, with his Militaria book label on upper pastedown. The \fs24 biography includes a detailed reassessment, in moral, political, strategic and tactical terms, of Haig's achievement as Commander-in-Chief of the British Expeditionary Force in World War One. Item #154297

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