The History of the 62nd (West Riding) Division, 1914-1919
London, John Lane The Bodley Head, .
Octavo, two volumes, viii, 249,  (colophon) pages plus 24 plates and 14 folding colour maps; and viii, 214,  (blank, colophon) pages plus 13 plates, 9 folding colour maps and a tipped-in erratum slip.
Gilt-decorated cloth; covers unevenly sunned, marked and a little worn; extremities bumped; minor silverfish loss to the cloth on the edges of both rear covers (and one rear cover itself); minor signs of use; a decent set.
The first volume has minor annotations or emphases in ink to a few pages, and a lengthy comment in pencil on pages 52-52. The latter takes the form of three additional reasons (some 60 words) for 'The failure of the 62nd Division to capture Bullecourt'.