The Dogs of War: Wherein the Hero-Worshipper Portrays the Hero and Incidentally Gives an Account of the Greatest Dogs' Club in the World

The Dogs of War: Wherein the Hero-Worshipper Portrays the Hero and Incidentally Gives an Account of the Greatest Dogs' Club in the World

The Dogs of War: Wherein the Hero-Worshipper Portrays the Hero and Incidentally Gives an Account of the Greatest Dogs' Club in the World

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London: Bradbury Agnew and Co. Ltd., 1906. 243 pp. 6 1/2 x 8"; Brown cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine and illustrated cover, full color and black and white illustrations by Cecil Aldin throughout, some foxing throughout, corner bumping, covers lightly stained and worn, in very good condition.

A story about a group of dogs, told from the dogs' point of view. Topics include discussions about toys, joining the dog club (females and children were ineligible for membership and no black dogs were admitted - ugh), foreign dogs were undesirables, and war with other dog clubs.

Publisher
Bradbury Agnew and Co. Ltd.
Binding
Hardcover
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First Edition