Seventh ARMY Operations 3-volume HISTORY -1946-
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Very scarce first edition of the narrative history of the United States Seventh Army in the final year of World War Two. This is the original 3-volume hard cover set.
The Seventh, under the command of Lieutenant General Alexander Patch, invaded France in Operation ANVIL, August 1944. It drove up the Rhone valley, entered Germany through Alsace and crossed the Rhine near Mainz.
This is not just a compendium of reports. It reads like a history book, telling the story of the Seventh as a continuous narrative from planning the invasion to the occupation of the American Sector.
Report of Operations The Seventh United States Army in France and Germany, 1944-1945. Heidelberg: Aloys Graf, 1946
MEASURES: 8-1/2 x 10-5/8 inch,
1064 pp, bound in blue cloth with gold print. 302 photos, 83 maps, many appendices, Orders of Battle, etc.
No dj as issued.
CONDITION: More than usual shelf wear. Corners bumped and frayed. Spine chipped and frayed. Hinges loose. Pages clean and tight.
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- Militaria & Weapons
- Type / Pattern
- First Edition
- Width: 8.5 inches
- Height: 10.63 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 18 pounds
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