London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1960.
Hardcover. Very good in a good dust jacket. 352 pp, with index, illustrations, maps. Bound in blue cloth stamped in gilt. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper, otherwise minimal wear. Dust jacket has moderate general wear--rubbing, mild creasing, chips to spine ends. Account of the author's experiences in Iraq, primarily in the late 1920s and of the R.A.F. campaign he describes as "entirely beneficent British intervention as an imperial power, establishing a lasting peace."