Rare book with his rare dustjacket about the advertures of the 'The 84th Infantry Division' during the period November 1944 to May 1945.
Lt. Theodore Draper - 'The Battle of Germany' - New York, Viking Press, MCMXLVI (1946) - 1st Edition - 260 pp - Grey linen hardcover with blind decoration - 26 x 18 x 3 cm - text: English.
Preface: Major General A.R. Bolling.
With numerous photos in Colour and Black/white and several maps and Fold-out Cards (see photos)
¶ It is the account of the combat experiences of the noted 'Railsplitter Division' of the U.S. Army in the latter days of World War II. Based on numerous interviews conducted immediately after each movement or encounter with the enemy, the book provides an in-depth look at the experiences of U.S. infantrymen as they moved into Germany in the face of often fierce resistance and in muddy or freezing conditions.
Condition: Inside very good, only cover and dustjacket slight damage of use associated with age and use (see photos). Binding is good
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- 'The Battle of Germany'
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- Army Unit
- 'Theodore Draper'
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- Original/ Replica
- Good condition
- Comes with certificate of authenticity