|ARMY READER, THE , Detzer, Lt. Col. Karl, Bobbs-Merrill, 1943, vg (no dj), see scan,
Over 90 short stories describing the activites of all branches of the Army in all theatres of acton, photos, 469 pgs.
| BASTARD WAR. THE,
Barker. A.J., Dial Press, 1967, vg/vg, see scan,
The Mesopotamian campaign of 1914-1918, after the disaster at Gallipoli, the British did not glorify themselves
in Mesopotamia either, photos, 449 pgs.
|BASTOGNE, Marshall, S.L.A. Col., Infantry Journal Press, 1946, vg/g (a previous owner reinforced
the inside of the top & bottom of the dust jacket, about 1" of the adhesive seeped thru & is visible),
see photo, signed by author,
written from interviews with nearly all the commanders & staff officers, story of the first 8 days of battle,
maps & photos, 261 pgs
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| BATTLE OF KOHIMA,
Swinson, Arthur, Stein & Day, 1967, vg/vg, see scan,
The battle that stopped the Japanese march on India, photos, 275 pgs.
| CRUCIBLE, THE,
Panlilo, Col. Yay, Macmillan, 1950, vg/g (worn & chipped, tape marks on inside cover), see scan,
Filipina American Guerrilla, narrates her experience as a journalist, triple agent, leader in the Philippine
resistance against the Japanese, and lover of the guerrilla general Marcos V. Augustin.
From the war-torn streets of Japanese-occupied Manila, to battlegrounds in the countryside & the rural farmlands of central California
|DEATH IN ROME, Katz, Robert, Macmillain, 1967, vg/vg,
Gestapo's herded hundreds of Roman citizens (workers, artists, diplomats, physicians, Jews & even a priest.
into a caves under the Vatican and slaughtered them (the Adeatine Caves massacre), 334 pgs.
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|DECISION AT LEYTE,
Falk, Stanley, Norton, 1966, vg/vg, see scan, the air, sea & ground battles that determined the outcome of the Battle for Leyte, includes
the Japanese prespective, photos, 330 pgs.
| DESTINATION CORREGIDOR , Underbrink, Robert, Naval Institute, 1971, vg/vg, see photo,
Attempts to supply Bataan & Corretidor with food, ammunition & medical supplies in 1942, 240 pgs.
| FIRST AIRBORNE, , Packe, Michael, Secker & Warburg, 1948, vg (spine fade),
British 1st Airborne Division, incidents of soties that occurred & recorded to the best of author's
own experience, fold-out map, 252 pgs.
| GHOST SOLDIERS,
Sides, Hamiton, Doubleday, 2001, f/f (as new), see scan,
in early 1945, the 6th Ranger Bn. infiltrated the Japanese occupied war zone to rescue over 500 P.O.W.s at Cabarnatuan, photos, 342 pgs.
|HARD WAY HOME, Braly, Col. William, Infantry Journal Press, 1947, vg (no dj), see scan, inscribed by author,
he was captured at Corregidor & survived 8 different prison camps in the Philippines, Formosa, Japan & Manchuria,
photos, 282 pgs.
| ISLAND WAR, Hough, Maj. Frank, Lippincott, 1947, vg/vg (chipping), see scan,
Marine Corps' campaign in the Pacific from Guadalcanal through places like Tarawa, Peleliu, Iwo
& finally Okinawa, photos, 413 pgs.
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| JAPANESE MILITARY HISTORY, Kondo, Shinji, Garland Publishing, 1984, fine (as new, issued w/o dust jacket),
see scan, bibliography of Japanese military history, 88 pgs.
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| MACHINE GUN, Smith, Anthony, St. Martin's Press, 2005, f/f (as new), see photo,
history of the machine gun & how it changed the course of the war, photos & illustrations, 308 pgs.
| MY FAVORITE WAR STORY, Editors of Look, Whittleey House, 1945, vg/vg (chipped),
34 tales from American war reporters during WW II, Ernie Pyle, Richard Tregskis, Stefan Heymen, etc, photos, 155 pgs.
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|ON TO WESTWARD, Sherrod, Robert, Duell, Slan & Pearce, 1945, vg/vg, see scan,
A reporters account of the 16 weeks and 3500 miles that the 2nd Marine Division experienced until the Marines
of the Tenth Army landed on Okinawa, maps, index of battle casualties, medal of honor awards, Navy Pacific casualties, ships lost, 333 pages
| THIRD MARINE DIVISION,THE, Aurthur & Cohlmia, Infantry Journal
Press (1st Edition), 1948, vg, unit history through Bouganville, Guam & Iwo Jima, photos, 399 pgs.
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