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Patrick MacGill
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 61 pages of information about The Amateur Army.

Sporting Chronicle.—­“Great interest is being taken in Baden-Powell’s book ‘Quick Training for War’ which is enjoying a tremendous boom.”

Daily Chronicle.—­“The volume is full of good things for every officer, N.C.O., and man in the British Territorial Forces, and rifle club.”

Daily Telegraph.—­“This little handbook should be a companion of all officers and men now training or being trained for war.”

HERBERT JENKINS LD., 12 ARUNDEL PLACE, LONDON, S.W.

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QUICK TRAINING FOR WAR

FIRST REVIEWS (CONTINUED).

Academy.—­“If books were sold on intrinsic value, Sir Robert Baden-Powell’s little volume would be issued at a sovereign.”

Sporting Life.—­“Should be studied by every man who is entering the service of his country or contemplates doing so.”

Spectator.—­“In heartily commending General Baden-Powell’s little book to the trainers of the New Army we should like,” etc.

Athenaeum.—­“Sir Robert’s hundred pages teem with evidence of how common-sense helps.”

Truth.—­“Will prove a valuable gift to those who have answered the appeal of the War Office.”

Sunday Times.—­“The book should be in the knapsack of every recruit in the New Army.”

Daily Express.—­“A copy ought to be in the pocket of every officer and man in the new armies.”

Daily Sketch.—­“Every young officer, N.C.O. and private should have a copy.”

Morning Post.—­“As instructive as it is interesting.”

Saturday Review.—­“A manual of great good sense.”

Daily Graphic.—­“It is concentrated wisdom.”

Observer.—­“Clear and persuasive to a degree.”

HERBERT JENKINS LD., 12 ARUNDEL PLACE, LONDON, S.W.

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SIR JOHN FRENCH

AN AUTHENTIC BIOGRAPHY BY CECIL CHISHOLM, M.A.  WITH A PORTRAIT OF SIR JOHN FRENCH BY HIS SON, J.R.L.  FRENCH.  CR. 8VO.  CLOTH.  PRICE 1/- NET.  POSTAGE 3D.  EXTRA.

“Capital.”—­Globe.

“A very excellent character study.”—­Daily News.

“An excellent little book.”—­Westminster Gazette.

“An admirable story of the Field-Marshal’s life.”—­Academy.

“A book which everyone should read at the present moment.”—­Field.

“A welcome and admirable little volume in every way.”—­Observer.

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ATKINS AT WAR

AS TOLD IN HIS OWN LETTERS.  BY J.A.  KILPATRICK.  WITH A COVER DESIGN BY SIR R. BADEN-POWELL, K.C.B.  CLOTH.  PRICE 1/- NET.  POSTAGE 3D.  EXTRA.

“A human document.”—­Globe.

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