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World War II

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Victory in Europe 1945: From World War to Cold War
1 Victory in Europe 1945: From World War to Cold War
University Press of Kansas 2000-09-20 0700610391 / 9780700610396 Hardcover New 
0700610391 2000 University Press of Kansas, First Edition, 1st Printing. Brand New. This hardcover copy, in a new dustjacket, is in excellent condition. The text is unmarked/unread and the binding is sturdy. "In this provocative collection, eleven senior scholars explore the transition from war to uneasy peace. Authorities such as Warren Kimball, Randall Woods, and Garry Clifford examine how and why the war ended as it did, whether a different resolution was possible, and what the victors actually won. They also consider whether the circumstances surrounding war termination made inevitable the ensuing Cold War." 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. The sale of this item benefits the Manhattan Public Library. 
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With Popski's Private Army, Ben Owen
2 Ben Owen With Popski's Private Army
Astrolabe Publishing 1996-01-01 B00NC8HQ4K Hardcover Fine 
B00NC8HQ4K 1996 Astrolabe Publishing. Signed by author (and former Corporal in Popski's "B" Patrol) Ben Own on the title page. 182 pages, with a section of photographs in black and white. Fine/Fine. This hardcover copy, in a new mylar protected dustjacket, is in excellent condition. The text is unmarked/unread and the binding is sturdy. "The unit set off just after the Battle of El Alamein under the command of Lieut. Col. Vladimir Peniakoff across the Egyptian and Libyan Deserts, eventually taking part in the fighting in Tunisia and Algeria which brough to a close all resistance of the Axis Forces in North Africa. PPA afterwards operated in Italy and Austria until the very last day of the 1939/45 War." 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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Brothers in War: Extracts from the Letters of 73 Fraternity Brothers to Each Other Through the Medium of a Monthly Newsletter October, 1943 , December 1945, Danko, Brett; Freeman Jr., J. Stuart
3 Danko, Brett; Freeman Jr., J. Stuart Brothers in War: Extracts from the Letters of 73 Fraternity Brothers to Each Other Through the Medium of a Monthly Newsletter October, 1943 , December 1945
Polyglot Press, Incorporated 2004-05-01 1411599993 / 9781411599994 Hardcover Good 
1411599993 2004 Polyglot Press. This hardcover copy has no dustjacket present. The text is unmarked, albeit slightly foxed along the outer edges, and the binding is sturdy. "In the early 1940s, the graduated brothers of the Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity at the University of Pennsylvania found themselves separated and dispatched across the globe to fight in World War II. One young graduate, Henry Pope, was kept home, ineligible for service. So he set out to keep the group united by collecting letters from the 73 dispersed alumni, circulating them among the brotherhood through a mimeographed newsletter. Now these letters have been compiled in Brothers in War: 1943?1945. The compilation outlines the life of war for these brave men. Some played baseball in the Central Pacific. Others ran Italian railroads. One survived 35 combat missions over Germany." 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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4 Dyess, Lt. Col. Wm E. With a Biographical Intro By Charles Leavelle The Dyess Story: The Complete Eye-Witness Account of the Death March From Bataan
G. P. Putnam's Sons B000OHA9OQ Hardcover Good 
B000OHA9OQ 1944 G.P. Putnam's Sons. Very Good/None. This hardcover copy is lacking the dustjacket. The previous owner's name and date of purchase is written on the front free endpaper. The text is unmarked and the binding is sturdy. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. 
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My diary of the Vercors, LA PICIRELLA, J.
5 LA PICIRELLA, J. My diary of the Vercors
L'Imprimerie H.M. 1/1/0001 B0011MHG3U Reprint. Paperback Very Good 
B0011MHG3U 1990 Imprimerie RIVET. Signed by author (and founder of the Museum of the French Resistance) J. La Picirella on the title page. 150 pages, with photographs in black and white. This softcover copy has minimal shelf wear; otherwise this book is in excellent condition. There is a brief note in pencil on the rear free endpaper. The text is unmarked and the binding is sturdy. 100% customer satisfaction guaranteed. We process and ship orders daily, securely and with delivery confirmation. The sale of this item benefits the Manhattan Public Library. 
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