Very Good++ in Very Good++ jacket. Very Good++ Military History Book Club Edition with a Very Good++ jacket. Nice cloth & board hard back with very clean & bright covers. Very Good edges and clean & unmarked pages, no names. Slight tilt to the spine. Very, very nice jacket. Good photo section. 227 pages.
Fine in very good dust jacket. Stein and Day, New York, NY, 1985. 1st Ed. (U.S. ), 1st Printing, Fine/VG, Hard Cover, Size=6"x8.5", 227pgs(Index). DJ nicked top edges, foot of spine, 1/4" DJ tears (3), slight DJ spine crease, tapemended on inside 1" DJ top & bottom front fore-edge corner, o.w. clean, bright & tight. No ink names, bookplates, etc. Price unclipped. ISBN 0880292156 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!
Very good in very good dust jacket. Stein and Day, New York, NY, 1985. 1st Ed. (U.S. ), 1st Printing, VG+/VG+, Hard Cover, Size=6"x8.5", 227pgs(Index). 3/8" DJ tear top fore-edge, small owner name, address sticker inside front book cover, o.w. clean, bright and tight. Price unclipped. ISBN 0880292156 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!
Illustrated. Fine in Near Fine jacket. 8vo. NY: Dorset, 1987. Reprinted from Stein & Day edition. 8vo. Hard cover binding, 227 pp. The book is seen principally from the Nazi side of the line and is the story of how a handful of German specialists nearly seized victory from defeat at a time when the American top brass were predicting that the war would be over by Christmas. Slight wear to corner of dust jacket. Fine in near fine dust jacket, protected with a mylar cover.
New in New jacket. Book New clothbound hardcover in new dust jacket with minor shelf and edge wear. Note that previous owner was a collector who carefully reinforced the dust jacket with what appears to be archival tape along the interior edges.
Very good in dw. World War II-Western Europe A gripping account of the actions of German Special Forces and Paratroopers behind the US lines during the Ardennes offensive of 1944. Otto Skorzeny, the German commando who had rescued the former Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, led a task force of English-speaking German soldiers in "Operation Greif". These soldiers, dressed in American and British uniforms, operated behind American lines changing signposts, misdirecting traffic and generally causing disruption. UL-XXXXXX. 227pp, 23 illustrations, 4 maps.
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