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New York: Simon and Schuster, 1997. Hardcover. Near fine in Fine light blue and white illustrated dust jacket with red title to front and spine panels. Previous owner's name to front free end page. Else is pristine. Photographic illustrations throughout. Index, 512 pages. World War II. WWII/1163. Near Fine / Fine.
New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. Hardcover. Exhaustively researched account of the Gallipoli campaign's origins and execution and Churchill's role. Red cloth boards with gilt title to spine. Clean and bright. In dark red dust jacket with white title to spine. Very good condition. 424 pages. WWI/050919. Fine / Fine.
London: Cassell and Company, (1949). Hardcover. Near fine. No Jacket. 8vo. In black cloth covered boards with gilt title stamp to spine. Slight bumping to head/foot of Interior is clean and bright with patterned grey endpapers. Contains fold-out maps and charts. Index, 683 pages. CHURCHILL/061204. Near Fine.
Atglen, PA: Schiffer Military History, 2017. Hardcover. "This remarkable story exposes the never-before-told Sherman tank scandal of World War II. Outclassed by their German opponents, the inferiority of American tanks led to some of the worst setbacks of the war, prolonging it unnecessarily in Europe. Though the US ultimately prevailed, it was due to the little-known, preventable sacrifice of over 60,000 American soldiers killed and wounded by better German tanks ...." (jacket). As new in glossy illustrated paper covered boards. Clean and bright. Filled with photographic illustrations. In white illustrated dust jacket with red title to spine and front panels. Clean and bright. Size: Quarto. 391 pages. WWII/050919. Fine / Fine.
Annapolis: Naval Institute Press, 2001. Hardcover. First Edition. Inscribed on title page: To Barry A distinguished member of the old Breed, Semper fi, Jim." Dickenson was a Washington journalist who served in the Marines in the 1950s. The book is inscribed to Barry Zorthian, the U.S. government spokesman to the media in Saigon in the 1960s. Bound in red cloth with black and red pictorial dust jacket with photo of a Marine on the front cover. In near fine condition. 232 pages. Near Fine in Near Fine Dust Jacket.
New York: E.P. Dutton and Co., 1940. Hardcover. 8vo. Blue cloth boards with red title to spine and front board. Fading to spine. Clean, bright interior. Grey and white illustrated dust jacket with faded orange spine panel and white title to spine. Chipping and wear to edges of dust jacket. Small open tear to rear panel of jacket. 121 pages. WWII/012307. Very Good / Good.
Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, 2017. Hardcover. First Edition. This book "tells the dramatic stories of the journalists who covered World War I for the American public. Dubbs draws on personal accounts from contemporary newspaper and magazine articles and books to convey the experiences of the journalists of World War I, from the western front to the Balkans to the Paris Peace Conference" (jacket). Fine in grey cloth boards with gilt title to spine. In white illustrated jacket with grey spine titled in white. Clean and bright. 294 pages. WWI/060517. Fine / Fine.