Inglorious Soldier. An Autobiography. London: Hutchinson, 1968. First ediiton. Pp xiv, 332. Illustrated with plates. A very good copy in dust jacket. Scarce. Gibbon's vivid account of day-to-day existence while serving in the British Army in the First World War and his time in Dublin (on leave) during the Easter rising 1916. He gives a first-hand, and one of the most detailed accounts of the shooting of the pacifist Francis Sheehy-Skeffington.