Quick Search


Military Leaders

 - 2 items found in your search
Military Leaders

Click on Title to view full description

The Search for Alexander, Fox, Robin Lane
1 Fox, Robin Lane The Search for Alexander
Boston Little, Brown and Company 1980 0316291080 / 9780316291088 Stated First Edition. 1 Hard Cover Near Fine in Fine dust jacket 
Publisher's full black cloth, gilt lettering on spine, maps on endpapers. 4to. 453 pp. Profusely illustrated with 135 color and 85 B&W photographs and maps. This is an unmarked, unopened copy. NEAR FINE/FINE. A comprehensive and wonderfully illustrated and documented biography of Alexander the Great, published to coincide with a national television special and a major international art exhibition held at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D. C. And museums in Chicago, Boston and San Francisco (1980). . Both the volume and the unclipped dust jacket show only the slightest signs of shelf-wear, else fine. . Color and B&W photographs. Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall. 448, (7) pp 
Price: 29.95 USD
NY Time Incorporated 1964 Reprint. 1 Soft Cover Very Good+ with no dust jacket 
Time Reading Program Special Editions. Publisher's printed glossy wraps. 8vo. 456, (2) pp. Illustrated with numerous B&W photographs and drawings. Introduction by Rear Admiral Daniel V. Gallery. This is a new, unopened copy and is in perfect condition except for the bottom corner of the rear panel which has been neatly removed and a former owner's name neatly stamped on the ffep, else as new. VERY GOOD+. John Paul Jones, our foremost sea captain in the Revolution and the man who in many ways set the standards for Annapolis, has long deserved a fair-minded, full-length biography. In this book he lives again, in the salty, authentic, revivifying prose of Samuel Eliot Morison. In preparation for this biography he sailed the English, American and French waters where Captain Jones had his greatest triumphs, and, equally important, he has drawn upon the American, British, French and Russian naval archives of Paris and the old St. Petersburg. Widely recognized as the only authoritative, modern biography of the naval officer frequently referred to as the father of the U. S. Navy. It vividly portrays the illustrious career of John Paul Jones, from his early training at sea in the British West Indian merchant trade to his exploits in the newly independent American navy and his appointment as an admiral in the Russian navy and command of a squadron in the Black Sea. With compelling detail and remarkable insight, the dramatic narrative captures Jones's tenacity and fierce dedication and loyalty to his men and country, despite ill treatment and only begrudged recognition from his superiors. Samuel Eliot Morison, Rear Admiral, Reserve (1887-1976) was an American historian, noted for producing works of maritime history that were both authoritative and highly readable. A sailor as well as a scholar, Morison garnered numerous honors, including two Pulitzer Prizes, two Bancroft Prizes, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. . Trade Paperback. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall. 456, (2) pp 
Price: 3.95 USD

Questions, comments, or suggestions
Please write to arthur@roundtablebooks.com
Copyright©2017. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by ChrisLands.com