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The Editor's Pick


23rd October 2021


DANGER FORWARD: THE STORY OF
                                                     THE FIRST DIVISION IN WORLD WAR II

by H. R. Knickerbocker et al. Introduction by Hanson Baldwin 
 






Re-published by the Battery Press from the original 1947 Society of the First Division edition, this is a collection of accounts of ten campaigns of the US Army First Division written by distinguished writers. The book, attempts primarily to recount the story of where the First Division went and what it did. It is a story written by recognized masters of the art of military story telling, comprising ten long chapters titled "As I saw It" which cover the following: 1 Algeria. 2 Tunisia. 3 Sicily. 4 Normandy. 5 St. Lo and Mortain. 6 Mons and Aachen. 7 Hurtgen Forest. 8 The Ardennes. 9 Bonn and Remagen. 10 The last Kilometer. There is also a photographic section at the back of the book featuring 114 black and white images.

Very good in beige boards with green & red cover & spine titling - large format, 477pp, 114 b/w photos, numerous maps

Battery Press, 1980
ISBN 0898390338

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Web No.
11383-01

£40.00



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THE END OF THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL ARMY: VOLUME II

by Alan K. Wildman


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18344-01

£60.00


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