Books FS, New listings, Reduced Prices

February 4 2017 at 10:59 AM
Mark Smith  (Login marksmuse52)
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from IP address 47.184.138.172

Reach me at marksmith52@sbcglobal.net ~ Please Write if questions, and I'm open to offers, especially on multiples. Payment via paypal to this address (preferred) or Money Order. US only on these please.

"Arsenal for Democracy: Armored Vehicles of the Warsaw Pact" by Robert Michulec, Concord Pub, 1994. Very hard to find. Over 500 photos, 16 page color section, Very Good condition. $35

PzKpfw Iv in Action by Bruce Culver (Armor #12), Squadron Signal, 1975, great cond. $10

"Soviet Mechanized Firepower Today" by Steven Zaloga, Arms and Armour Press, Fotofax Series, no date present, $10

"Soviet T-62 Main Battle Tank: A Photo Essay" by Bishop & Stansell. Grenadier Publishers, 1990. Lg format, soft bound, perfect condition $12

"The Blue Devils in Italy: A History of the 88th Infantry Division in WWII" by Jon Delaney. 1946 First Edition. Personal Copy that belonged to John F. Curry, whose name was stamped by publisher on bottom of the cover. Curry won the Silver Star with this unit. Beside this sentence on p.93: "1st Battalion swept into Rome at 1530 hours and reported itself as the first infantry force to make it," Curry's note in the margin says, "First Bn. entered Rome before daylight! I had the lead!!" Extremely well-written with many photos, maps, and appendices. A collectible book in its original printings, on heavy coated stock, and a stated First Edition, in good condition. $45

"Fallschirmjager in Action" (Weapons No. 1) by Uwe Feist, S/S Weapons #1, covers rubbed a bit, 1973 $15


"The Blue Devils in Italy: A History of the 88th Infantry Division in WWII" by Jon Delaney. 1946 First Edition. Collectible Copy that belonged to John F. Curry, whose name was stamped by publisher on bottom of the cover. Curry won the Silver Star with this unit and there is a correction handwritten over this sentence on p.93: "1st Battalion swept into Rome at 1530 hours and reported itself as the first infantry force to make it." Curry's note in the margin, in red, says, "First Bn entered Rome before daylight! I had the lead!!" Extremely well-written with many photos, maps, and appendices. This is a collectible book in its original printings, on heavy coated stock, and is a stated First Edition to boot, in very good condition. $55

"Behind the Lines: A Critical Survey of Special Operations in World War II" by Michael F. Dilley Pen & Sword, 2013, 236 pp, Hardcover w/ Jacket. Perfect cond. HTF $18

 
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