Bristol and the Great War 1914-1919

By: Stone George F. and Charles Wells

Price: £80.00

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Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Bright Blue boards with bright gilt titling to the spine and gilt heraldic device to the front board. No Dustjacket. Boards have some bumping to the head/tail of the spine and corners but overall the boards are very clean and bright. Page fore-edges are lightly foxed and dust-ingrained with age. Internally some slight, very pale, foxing to the endpapers, and scattered throughout the text block here and there, but overall very Clean, Tight and Bright. No Inscriptions or Marks. (xvi) + 399pp. Including 5 page list of subscribers at the end. Black and white portrait frontispiece with (browned) tissue guard protection intact, plus 27 illustrations on 22 other full page plates - one double page. "In the Great War the City of Bristol's motto "Virtue et Industria" animated every soul. The dispatch of equipment and munitions to the Expeditionary Force, the raising and training of tens of thousands of Bristol men, the fitting out of ships, the construction of aeroplanes, the making of shells, the production of war material, absorbed the thoughts and roused the untiring energy of its inhabitants..." . This book is overweight MAY require extra postage for International buyers only, depending on your location. See Images. ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall

Title: Bristol and the Great War 1914-1919

Author Name: Stone George F. and Charles Wells

Categories: History & Politics. Churchill, Transport. Railways. Motoring, Military/War Related, British Topography,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Bristol, J. W. Arrowsmith Ltd, Quay Street,: 1920

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 119597

Keywords: Bristol And The Great War 1914-1919. 1st Edition 1920 Published By J. W. Arrowsmith Ltd, Quay Street, Bristol. In The Great War The City Of Bristol's Motto "virtue Et Industria" Animated Every Soul. The Dispatch Of Equipment And Munitions To The Expeditionary Force, The Raising And Training Of Tens Of Thousands Of Bristol Men The Fitting Out Of Ships, The Construction Of Aeroplanes, The Making Of Shells, The Production Of War Material, Absorbed The Thoughts And Roused The Untiring Energy Of Its Inhabitants... The First World War And Bristol.