Very good. No dust jacket. 5 volume set. The Papers of Dwight David Eisenhower: The War Years ( 5 Volume Set) The Papers of Dwight David Eisenhower: The War Years (5 Volume Set). This set does not ship outside the U.S.A. Additional postage required for priority shipping.
Photos. Near Fine. No Jacket as Issued. 4 vo. 2nd Printing; 5From the hand of the Supreme Commander of the Allied forces is the complete story of the war as Eisenhower planned it and lived it. Fi lled with maps and photographs, map endpapers.
Near Fine in None Issued jacket. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1970. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/None Issued. All volumes are 8vo bound in blue cloth, No Dust Jackets were issued. All are in VG+ condition. Vol I, 659pp has book plate on fe and gift incrip. dated 11/22/1970. Volumes I-IV are the documents and total 2696pp plus introductions and acknowledgements. Vol. V 414pp of biblios, essay by Stephen Ambrose, maps, glossary, chronology, general index and Eisenhower index. Comprehensive collection of Eisenhower's wartime orders, letters, communiqués, memoranda, etc. Incredible resource for anyone studying World War II or the nature of command and american military organization.
Johns Hopkins U.P., Baltimore, MD, 1971. 1st Edition, 2nd Printing, Fine-, Hard Covers, Size=6.5"x9", 3110pp(Index). Volumes 1, 4, 5 have a couple of minor dust spots at page ends & bottom fore-edge corners, o.w. clean, tight & bright. NO ink names, bookplates, etc. ISBN 0801810787 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!
Fine. Five Vols. Stephen E. Ambrose, Associate Editor. A superb set. Each vol. is in excellent condition. Interiors arte clean, no marks. Books are protected with mylar covers. An important collection for students of Eisenhower or World War II.
This is an essential series of books for the historians as it covers the war years and the decisions made and why they were made and gives an insight into the relationship between the commanding generals but we must not forget the war was also fought by people who have been sadly overlooked since, either because they died too young or because they didn't have the big egos of other commanding officers. I mean Jacob Devers whose accomplishments at the head of Sixth Army Group have never been publicized or general Patch who unfortunately died in 1945 shortly after the end of the war. So Eisenhower's papers, though essential, are only part of the bigger picture.
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