Mint condition in publisher's plastic wrap. Nashville, TN: Battery Press, 1980. 240 pages, 47 photos, 14 maps, 6" by 9" hardcover format. Reprint of 1949 original edition done by Infantry Journal Press. Official unit history for the 85th Infantry Division in World War II. New in publisher's plastic wrap.
Good. No dust jacket. Highlighting/underlining. Tight. Words on spine faded, hard to read. Shelfwear, Corners bumped. Much foxing on covers, top edges of pages. Stains on all edges of pages. 240 p. A treasure for the serious WW2 buff.
Very Good + No Jacket. 8vo ix, 241 (1) pp. + 32 pages of b&w photogaphs, list of 14 b&w maps, To the Members of teh 85th Infantry (Caster) Division by Major General John B. Coulter, I. The 85th In World War I; II. Prelude to Combat; III. Into the Line; IV. The Road to Rome; V. The Gothic Line; VI. The Drive to the Apennines; VII. The Winter Line; VIII. The Spring Offensive; IX. Victory and Inactivation; Appendix I. Medal of Honor Citations; II. Distinguished Unit Citations; Photographs. First Edition, 1949. Lightly soiled spine with minor edge wear, and slighlty age-toned text block edges, else, clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Tan cloth with circular emblem with gold border, gray background and the letters CD (Custer Division) on front board, and gray title plates with gilt lettering to spine.
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