:::La Tradition de la Garde. Illustré d’après Roze. Précédé d’une étude sur les chatiments corporels.

La Tradition de la Garde. Illustré d’après Roze. Précédé d’une étude sur les chatiments corporels.

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La Tradition de la Garde. Illustré d’après Roze. Précédé d’une étude sur les chatiments corporels. [Tradition of the Guard. Illustrated by Roze. Preceded by a study on corporal punishment.] by Jean de Villiot, [pseud. Georges Grassal de Choffat or Hugues Rebell], illus. Léon Roze (Charles Carrington, Paris, 1907, #244/700)
7.75″ x 9.75″, 209pp, very good condition for age, some light stains, soft covers and binding good, a rare, numerous illustrations

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La Tradition de la Garde. Illustré d’après Roze. Précédé d’une étude sur les chatiments corporels. [Tradition of the Guard. Illustrated by Roze. Preceded by a study on corporal punishment.] by Jean de Villiot, [pseud. Georges Grassal de Choffat or Hugues Rebell], illus. Léon Roze (Charles Carrington, Paris, 1907, #244/750)
6.25″ x 9.5″, 209pp, very good condition for age, some light stains, soft covers and binding good, rare, numerous illustrations

This is a “study” of flagellation and corporal punishment in the military and police. Illustrated with line drawings by Léon Roze. It was written by the French author, Georges Grassal de Choffat (or Hugues Rebell) a prolific contributor to early 20th century French spanking literature who often used the pseudonym, “Jean de Villiot” for his books published by Charles Carrington. This is a very rare book, seldom seen in this condition.

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