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Anne
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on: September 19, 2012, 14:44
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James Willson's long awaited book, Guerillas of Tsavo, is expected to launch on 9 October 2012 at Fort Jesus, Mombasa

The book is hardback with dust jacket and printed on high grade Bond paper A4 with 380 pages and 530 B/W illustrations and maps. 700 copies are being printed. Members of GWEAA price will be UK £19.50 and non member direct purchase from me at £21, POSTAGE IS EXTRA and I hope to have that cost shortly. If it ever goes on sale in a book shop in the UK it will probably retail at around £27.50. Price includes 2 pounds donation to the Askari Trust.

Self-Published by James Willson
PO Box 5229, Diani, 80401, Kenya
Contact: james@guerrillasoftsavo.com
http://www.guerrillasoftsavo.com - will become active on release of the book
http://www.facebook.com/guerrillasoftsavo

ISBN# 978-9966-7570-1-2
Layout and Design by Old Africa books, PO Box 65 Kijabe - 00220, Kenya
Printed by English Press - Enterprise Rd., Nairobi

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on: November 18, 2012, 18:15
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Unfortunately due to postal costs, the cost of Guerillas in the UK is £32.00. See Newsletter 5 - November 2012 for further detail.

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on: September 21, 2016, 20:39
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I have the intention to buy this book with the Lake Tanganyika Expedition nearly as possible.

Eravamo 30 d'una sorte, 31 colla morte.
Gabriele d'Annunzio

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    Sam

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