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The Armored Command. A Pictorial Review of the Armored Command.

By: Public Relations Section, Armored Command, et al. compilers & ed.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Atlanta,GA, Albert Love Enterprises: no date (c. 1944)

Seller ID: 3650


4to; illustrated red, stapled wrappers; black & white photographs, approx. 4 to a page; portrait photos; double page spread of 'fighting tanks' from 1919 to 1943. Taped closed tear inside rear leading corner, else very fresh. View more info

(2 Vols.) Field Artillery Battalions of the U.S. Army.

By: Sawicki, James.

Price: $65.00

Publisher: Dumfries, Virginia, Centaur Publications: 1977

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 3511


2 volumes, 1281 pp.; 4to; cloth; dust jacket; black & white photographs; charts; line drawings of insignia throughout. Volume one still in original publishers shrinkwrap. View more info

Sword and Swastika. Generals and Nazis in the Third Reich.

By: Taylor, Telford.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: N.Y., Simon & Schuster: 1952

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 5138


First Printing. 8vo; cloth with foxing to foredge, in dust jacket with wear and creasing at edges, bit of tape reinforcement at spine edges. Black & white photographs; maps. View more info

Why Viet Nam?

By: Trager, Frank N.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: N.Y., Frederick A. Praeger: [1966]

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 1849


Signed by the author. 8vo; cloth in dust jacket. Two rectangular ownership stamps of front pastdown; moderate rubbing & chipping to jacket at extremities. View more info

Stranger Than Fiction. With an Introduction by Air Marshall Sir Lawrence Darvall.

By: Wheatley, Dennis.

Price: $35.00

Publisher: London, Hutchinson: 1959

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 4659


353 pp.; 8vo; cloth, with moderate foxing to bottom edge, hint of foxing to top & foredge. In dust jacket with wear at crown & corners reinforced with clear tape which is now browned with age, all now preserved in mylar wrap.Fourteen influential War Papers written by then WWII, Wing-Commander Dennis Wheatley for the high command only, from Resistance to Invasion, filled with ingenious, unorthodox, and extremely practical suggestions for repulsing an invading host... View more info