Fine in blue boards in protective plastic cover. World War II-Pacific Blue boards with protective plastic cover. The official combat history of the US Seventh Air Force in the Pacific from Pearl Harbour to the end of the Second World War. The story is told from the point of view of the fighting men themselves, often in their own words, with realistic vigor and with the lively sense of humor that made it possible to achieve victory against Japan. Original 1946 publication. UL-XXXXXX. 403pp, c50 b/w photos, endpaper maps.
Good. Good. Cloth 8vo. Fascinating collection of stories of World War II in the Pacific, concerning the ninety or ninety-nine percent of men to who nothing ever happened-except that plenty seems to have. 403pp. Index. 99 b/w photos. > Language: English | > Media/Binding: Hardcover |
Good in Missing jacket. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1946. First edition. Hardcover. 403 pp. Very good, lacking the jacket and slipcase. Corners bumped with a small pull tear at the head of the spine.
Very Good. Hardcover in blue boards with insignia in upper corner. No dust jacket. Unstated first edition. Book is sturdy and clean--letters are stamped on page edges on all sides. Binding is tight and corners are sharp. Gilt on spine is still fairly bright. Book presents the combat history of the Seventh Air Force from Pearl Harbor to the end of the war against Japan. Photo illustrations throughout. Map endpapers. 403 pp. including index.
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