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THE BLACK AND TANS: BRITISH POLICE AND AUXILIARIES IN THE IRISH WAR OF INDEPENDENCE, 1920-1921
Written by D.M. Leeson.
Stock no. 2138095
Published by Oxford University Press. 1st 2011. Nearly fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
Black boards with gilt title to spine. During the Irish War of Independence, the British government recruited thousands of ex-soldiers to serve as constables in the Royal Irish Constabulary, the Black and Tans, while also raising a paramilitary raiding force of ex-officers: The Auxiliary Division. Between 1920-1921, these forces became the focus of bitter controversy. ISBN: 9780199598991.
Publication No. 42: Pastterson Smith Reprint Series in Criminology, Law Enforcement, and Social Problems. Reprinted from the seventh London edition, 1806. Burgundy cloth boards, silver title to spine. ISBN: 0875850421. Boards lightly scuffed. Corners bumped. Small name in ink to front endpaper. Text block lightly browned.
An intimate record of night life in London, and a selection of crime stories from the case book of ex-superintendent Robert Fabian. Blue cloth. B/w photos. Reprint. Boards browned. Top & tail of spine rubbed. Grubby marks to boards. Front board slightly bowed. Name & date in ink to top corner of front endpaper. Text block browned.
COPS & ROBBERS: THE STORY OF THE BRITISH POLICE CAR
Written by Ant Anstead.
Stock no. 1819744
Published by William Collins. 1st 2018. Fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
A rip roaring celebration of the police car and the men and women who drive them. Blue cloth boards, blue title to spine. Colour & b/w photos. ISBN: 9780008244514. Minor biro mark to front panel of dustwrapper.
Basing his story on police records and the private papers of a real-life policeman, the author reconstructs the life of any village policeman in the first four decades of the 20th century. Lilac boards, gilt title to spine. 181 pages. ISBN: 0434510173. Spine bumped. Name and date in ink to front free-endpaper. Foxing to page edges. Dustwrapper is slightly edge worn and foxed, wrapper spine is slightly darkened.
Very dark blue cloth. A history of the Newport Borough Police. B/w photos. 1836-1959. SIGNED by the author to front endpaper in form of gift inscription. Name in ink to front endpaper. Pale foxing to endpapers, light finger creasing to contents else fine. Blue dustwrapper is lightly browned.
Very dark blue cloth. A history of the Newport Borough Police. B/w photos. 1836-1959. Name in ink to front endpaper.
Very dark blue cloth. A history of the Newport Borough Police. B/w photos. 1836-1959. Corners very slightly bumped. Wrapper price-cut with a few small brown spots.