London: H.R. Allenson.
Hardcover. Very good. Undated, possibly a reprint (OCLC lists publication date as 1917). 159 pp + publisher's catalogue. Brown cloth, moderate edgewear and light dust soiling to boards, spine faded, light foxing to edges and a occasional pages, penciled notes on rear free endpaper; else clean and sound. No dust jacket."Persistent rumours, more or less exaggerated, have been circulated in almost every part of our Empire with regard to the behaviour of our brave Australian, New Zealand and British troops whilst they were stationed in and near Cairo. I purposed in these pages to give a plain, unvarnished account of the real condition of affairs in that city" (foreword). The author was Chaplain to the New Zealand Expeditionary Force.