Description: Hardcover with dust jacket. 195 pages.
Condition: Spine caps and lower front corner lightly bumped.
Dust Jacket: Some wear and scuffing. Some chipping and light creasing along the upper edge. Now protected by a mylar cover.
Contents: First published in 1937, this book is the story of a battle in the Spanish Civil War, told by one of the few survivors from the English contingent in the International Brigade. The title takes its name from the small Castillian village of Boadilla del Monte, just outside Madrid,where the Republican forces made a brief but disastrous stand against General Francos' army at the end of 1936 during the long battle for the Spanish capital.