URQUHART, Major-General Roy
BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY IN UNCLIPPED DUSTWRAPPER
Published: Cassell, 
Stock code: 42216
8vo., Third Impression, with 48 plates on 24, and 13 full-page maps (one double-page) in the text, top and fore-edge mildly spotted; maroon cloth, backstrip lettered in blue, covers lightly age-marked else a very good, bright, clean copy in unclipped, lightly spotted dustwrapper lightly browned at backstrip.
Published two months after the first edition. This classic memoir by the commander of 1 Airborne Division remains the best eye-witness account of the most poignant (and by far the most documented) airborne operation in history. Includes transcripts of the airborne corps instruction, confirmatory notes of GOC's verbal orders, glider and unit allotments and 1 Airborne Div OOB. EALT PRINTINGS ARE SCARCE IN THIS CONDITION. Enser, p.36 (recording the first edition).