self published, 1998. Hardcover. First Edition. Signed and inscribed by the author. "A collection of nearly 400 memoirs of Westminster alumni, facuilty, administrators, and board members written by the veterans themselves or their survivors and interconnected by Sharkey's commentary" (jacket). Glossy black leatherette boards with gilt title to spine and front cover. Minor wear to edges of boards and small spot to front cover. Clean, bright interior. In black and white illustrated jacket with white spine panel titled in black. 534 pages. WWII/042121. Near Fine / Very Good.
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Taschen, 2001. Hardcover. "Entering Germany traces Vaccaro's wartime journey from Normandy into Germany, across the Elbe River, to within 30 miles of Berlin. It continues, documenting the occupation of Germany's cities and the reconstruction of her society. Returning to America in 1949, Vaccaro brought with him an outstanding photographic record of World War II and its aftermath. Gathered in this book for the first time, the images in Entering Germany are a poignant visual diary of one man's experience of war and its consequences" (publicity packet). Fine in white paper covered boards with brown title to spine and front cover. Clean and bright with many photographs. In white illustrated dust jacket with olive green title to front and spine panels. Unpaginated. WWII/040921. Fine / Fine.
New South Wales: Benevolent Society of New South Wales, 1963. Hardcover. Alfred (Alf) Conlon was an important and controversial figure in Australia during World War II. He was the head of the Australian Directorate of Research and Civil Affairs and was an influential figure in the Pacific region after the war through the Australian School of Pacific Administration, which grew out of the directorate. He also helped to found the National Union of Australian University Students, obtained a medical degree and practiced psychiatry before his untimely death from cardiovasular disease. This memorial contains tributes from 36 of his colleagues. Size: Octavo. In black paper wrappers with gilt title to front wrapper and to spine. Binding in near-new condition. Interior pages are bright and clean. Owner signature to front free end paper. AUS/042921. Very Good.