Imperial Policing

A rare history of the Army's police duties around the Empire


Major-General Sir Charles W Gwynn


Macmillan, London, 1934
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Printing Details

First edition, second impression. Hardback, gilt titling to spine. 22 × 14cm, ix + 366pp 2pp ads.

An interesting history of the Army's police duties around the Empire. Illustrated with amps, the chapters cover: Amritsar (1919), Egypt (1919), The Moplah Rebellion (1921), Chanak (1922), Khartum (1924), The Shanghai Defence Force (1927), Palestine (1929), Peshawar District (1930), The Burmese Rebellion (1930–32) an Cypris (1931).


This is a very good copy. There is some mottling to the rear cover, and there is light foxing to the first few pages and page edge but otherwise the pages are clean and the binding secure.



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