Two-Gun Cohen (1954)
First edition. Octavo, pp286. Red cloth covered boards with gilt lettering to spine, red stain to top edge. In original un-clipped dust jacket (16s. net).
Biography of General Morris Abraham Cohen ("Two-Gun Cohen") of the Chinese Nationalist Army, who was born in England, lived in Canada, fought in France during WW1, worked as aide-de-camp to Dr Sun Yat Sen, was a General in the Chinese Nationalist Revolutionary Army, spent time in Stanley POW Camp following the occupation of Hong Kong and all-in-all was a great adventurer.
Book has no markings or inscriptions internally, edges bright. Jacket has a 2cm circular stain on the front panel. Overall Near Fine book in a Very Good jacket.