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New York: Jefferson Publishing, 1919. Including a Biographical Sketch of the Author by Major Michael A. Kelly. Illus. xv, 546pp. Small, thick 8vo, black cloth, cloth lightly soiled, corners bumped, a few pencil marks in margins. New York: Jefferson Publishing, 1919. First Edition Author was an Irish-American who was an anti-British agitator during World War I. Jeremiah O'Leary was tried in 1917 in New York City under the United States Espionage Act.
Intro. by Leonard Wood. 3 folding maps. many photo. illus. xix, 401pp. 8vo, original cloth; (ex-lib, otherwise very good). Chicago: Daughaday, 1916. Author served in the U.S. army and was a graduate and instructor at the U.S. Military Academy. From 1914 to 1915 he served as a American war correspondent with the armies in France, Belgium, England, Germany, Austria, and Poland.
Paris: Barry, 1932. 33 plates & text drawings by Hautot; Frontispiece after Steinlen. Square 4to, lithograph illustration on front cover of the original wrappers. Small square 4to, untrimmed & unopened. Paris: Andre Barry, 1932.Very good (+). One of 300 numbered large-paper copies, signed by author with an additional presentation by the author and illustrator and illustrator.