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Title   History of the 315th Field Artillery: September, 1917 -- June, 1919

Binding   Hard Cover

Book Condition   Good

Jacket Condition   No Dust Jacket

Publisher   Baltimore Kohn & Pollock, Inc.

Seller ID   050826-E224

G, hc, no DJ, spotting over entire front and back covers, signature of prev. owner on ffe, corners and ends frayed, 191pp. Pages clean, binding strong. B&w photos and illus. 1 fold-out photo. 2 fold-out maps. Short tear to one fold-out map.

Price = 85.00 USD


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