First printed in 1963. Octavo; VG-/no-DJ softcover; Multi-colored landscape spine with red text; Covers have moderate edgewear, surface rubbing to rear cover; Textblock shows some very small marks on exterior head/fore edge, otherwise clean; Binding strong; 670pp. Rockville.
Good. Octavo. Paper Paperback, 1993. Anniversary Ed. Ex-library with the usual treatments. Color Illustrated paper covers.607 pages, semi glossy papers. Double columned text with photo illustrationis. An envelope with 8 folded maps. A sturdy, attractive book, with only sight wear. A small tear at the bottom front hinge, very light shelf dust. Interior is clean and firm. Maps are in very good condition. Offered by the Antiquarian, Rare, and Collectible department of Better World Books. Your purchase benefits global literacy programs. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.
Very Good with no dust jacket. Xxii, 670 pages, well illustrated, 9 folding maps in rear, green cloth, very good. First printed in 1963, CMH Pub 7-7. From the new foreword by Brig. General Douglas Kinnard: "The present volume relates the experiences of the First and Ninth U. S. Armies, the First Allied Airborne Army, and those American units which fought under British and Canadian command, on the northern flank of the battlefront that stretched across the face of Europe from the Netherlands to the Mediterranean."; 670 pages.
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