By Ronald Searle
London   Collins in association with the Imperial War Museum
11" by 8.5" 192pp.
A collection of war drawings by Ronald Searle, recounting of the experiences of the Second World War. The first edition.
By Ronald Searle

1986 To the Kwai and Back: War Drawings 1939-1945

London   Collins in association with the Imperial War Museum
11" by 8.5" 192pp.
A collection of war drawings by Ronald Searle, recounting of the experiences of the Second World War. The first edition.
£30.00
: 1.5kgs / : 785A40

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Colour Plates, First Edition, Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding, With Dustwrapper

During the Second World War, the noted cartoonist Ronald Searle found himself prisoner of the Japanese; he recorded his experiences during his years of captivity with multiple drawings, first published in this volume in 1986. 

This book comprises a record of one man's war experiences through drawings as well as an account of the artist's captivity, providing a truthful and very vivid account. 

With the price-clipped dust wrapper. 

Condition

In the original publisher's cloth biding. Externally lovely with only minor shelf wear and some minor bumping to the head and tail of the spine as well as to the extremities. Inscribed by a previous owner to the front free endpaper, undated. The dust wrapper is price clipped and lovely with minor shelf wear only. Internally, firmly bound. The pages are bright and clean. Fully illustrated by Ronald Searle both in colour and in black and white.

Near Fine

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