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Afterwards I Knew: Stories from the First and Second World Wars

By: Farenhorst, Christine

Price: £1.75

Publisher: Tain, Christian Focus Publications, 2010

. 200 pages, 8 short stories for teenagers from First and Second World War time Holland. View more info

Ambassador in Bonds

By: Fraser, Francis Stewart Gordon

Price: £6.75

Publisher: London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1943

Edition: First Edition

. 104 pages, addresses given by a Highland Church of Scotland padre in prisoner of war camps in Germany in 1941 and 1942, and released to the wider world with the permission of the German authorities. "A Black Jacket Premiere", dust jacket present but tattered and incomplete. Slightly foxed. View more info

Corrie Ten Boom (Heroes of the Cross series)

By: White, Kathleen M

Price: £1.00

Publisher: London, Marshall Pickering, 1987

. 96 pages, paper browned. View more info

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Episodes and Reflections

By: Hunter, David

Price: £9.50

Publisher: Ardrossan, Arthur Guthrie & Sons Ltd (printer), 1925

. 64 pages, foreword by Hunter's friend Sir Norman Angell, winner of the 1933 Nobel Peace Prize and a propagator of the League of Nations, which is one of the main subjects included. This book appears to be rare, the only copies we were able to track down online being in the National Library of Scotland and in the Sir Norman Angell Collection at Ball State University Library in Indiana, USA. Covers a little stained/warped. View more info

Hope, Joy and Encouragement: A Selection of Weekly Articles from the Christian Herald

By: Riddle, Thomas Wilkinson

Price: £0.75

Publisher: Worthing, Christian Herald, 1981

. 32 pages, Pocket Power Books, No 1. Thomas Wilkinson Riddle, a Baptist minister in Plymouth, edited the Christian Herald (a national evangelical weekly newspaper) from the Second World War till 1982. He died the following year at the age of 97, having once appeared in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's oldest working editor. View more info

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Inasmuch: Some Thoughts Concerning the Wreckage of the War

By: Oxenham, John (Dunkerley, William Arthur)

Price: £4.75

Publisher: London, Methuen, 1918

. 26 pages, illustrated, edges of overlapping cover worn, published under the auspices of the Industrial Villages for Partially Disabled Soldiers, Sailors, and Flying Men, Interim Committee. With poem in facsimile handwriting of John Oxenham. William Arthur Dunkerley (1852-1941) wrote under the pen-names John Oxenham and Julian Ross, and his daughters, Erica and Elsie (of 'Abbey Girls' fame), both adopted the Oxenham pen-name. View more info

The Holy War made by Shaddai upon Diabolus for the Regaining of the Metropolis of the World: Or the Losing and Taking Again of the Town of Mansoul

By: Bunyan, John

Price: £1.75

Publisher: London, Evangelical Press, 1968

. 312 pages. Edges foxed. Published jointly with the Sovereign Grace Union View more info

The Plight of Man and the Power of God

By: Lloyd-Jones, D Martyn

Price: £2.75

Publisher: London, Pickering & Inglis Ltd, 1945

Edition: Second Edition

. 94 pages, covers a bit stained, dust jacket incomplete. Some lectures on Romans 1 delivered in Edinburgh during World War II. View more info

The Twenty-Third Psalm

By: McNeill, John

Price: £2.75

Publisher: London, Pickering and Inglis, 1937

Edition: Second Edition

. 94 pages. This copy undated. John McNeill (1854-1933), a Scotsman of Ulster parentage, was a well-known Presbyterian minister in Scotland, England, Canada and America, an associate of D L Moody, a World War I YMCA worker in France, Egypt, and Malta, and a Keswick Convention speaker. View more info