A General's Letters to His Son on Obtaining His Commission

London: Cassell and Company, Ltd., 1917. 18 cm, 115, some foxing to text, bookplate inside front board, board worn, ding at top edge of front board, Hugh Rees slip bound in. Topics covered include on being gazetted, on joining the battalion, on discipline, on national discipline and the temptations of London, on billets and care of the men, on the art of command, on training, on money, on what we are fighting against, on what we are fighting for, on honors and rewards, and on facing death. Condition: fair.

Keywords: Officers, British Army, WW1, Military Discipline, Military Training, Germany, Military Command, Leadership

[Book #21096]

Price: $67.50