New. NEW, IN PLASTIC. *New condition: -It is still wrapped in plastic. Plastic may have wear due to shelving and / or storage. Cover may be different than listing. The book and pages are considered to be in mint condition. ISBN number may not match-it may match original at bottom of barcode. NOT REFUNDABLE IF OPENED. * Hardcover New.
Fine; Collectible. Stated First Edition published in 1995 by the Texas A&M University Press, a fine 117-page hardcover book in a perfect dust jacket, unread, unused, clean and unmarked, this gift-quality this copy is like new. (TX324)
Fine in Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. "Frederick Zeh, a young German immigrant, had hardly arrived in the United States when he was caught up in the war fever that swept his new homeland. He joined the Howitzer and Rocket Company of the U.S. Army. His impressions of the siege of Veracruz, the long march to Mexico City, the bloody battles that occurred along the route, and the occupation of the capital provide a vivid and unusual account of the Mexican War from an enlisted man's point of view." This book has 117 pages and is illustrated throughout. The text contains NO internal marks whatsoever.
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