Published by Honolulu: Swak, 1982., 1982
15th printing. 48pp, (6x9 inches), color photos, maps. Stapled pamphlet. Fine condition, crisp and bright, no tears, creases or markings. "Authentic information and pictures of the attack on Pearl Harbor December 7, 1942.".
Seller Inventory # 2992
Published by Associated Press, (no date, but 1940s?), 1940
16x20 inches, printed on one side only, folded into quarters, 16 black and white photos. There is rubbing and some light wear along the lower edge, but no tears or creases, no markings. Titled "This Week's Picture Show, AP News Features." Photos include British troops escaping to a rescue ship at Dunkerque, Hitler dancing a jig, bomb damage at St. Pauls in England, Allies invading Normandy, a starving American prisoner, a bomb exploding on the Egyptian front, et al.
Seller Inventory # 22832
Published by Doubleday & Compamy, 1960., 1960
Book Club edition. 282pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), map endpapers, map in text, b&w photos. Very Good/Good, hard cover with a dust jacket. The book itself is clean, bright and tight, corners sharp, no markings. The jacket is sunned (tanned), has edgewear with short tears and chipping. A tear down the spine has been mended with tape (on the outside, too bad). Now in a DJ protector. True story of thirteen men (most of whom were Australians and were led by Ivan Lyon), who mined ships in Singapore Harbor and sank 4000 tons. "The wildest commando raid of World War II." (from the dust jacket.
Seller Inventory # 25872
Published by Published By the Author, 1995., 1995
unpaginated but about 95pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos. Very Good condition in white wrappers (soft cover). A trace of rubbing to the edges, tiny bump at head of spine. Otherwise clean, tight, no markings. Author's business card laid in, and a signature above his photo (Can't tell if it was printed that way.) Brief biography of the author, his time in the Navy, and the remarkable survival of the ship and crew in the Pacific in World War II. Dozens of great photos.
Seller Inventory # 22288
Published by . San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1982., 1983
First U.S.edition stated. 146pp, (5x8 inches), b&w photos, bibliography, index. Ex-Library, soft cover. Has the usual stamping and spine label, an odd library plastic cover taped on. Pages yellowed, otherwise clean and firmly bound. No tears or creases, no markings to text.
Seller Inventory # 26040
Published by Victory Film Productions, 2002., 2002
One disk in its plastic case, 1 hour & 40 minutes, color, good condition. "Aircraft of the Ninth, the Remagen Varsity, USAAF and Luftwaffe leaders, German aircraft, and V-E Day in Paris.".
Seller Inventory # 25465
Published by Oslo: Johan Grundt Tanum Forlag, 1966., 1966
168pp, (5.5 x 8 inches), map, b&w photos, bibliography, index. Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). Covers a little rubbed, owner's name/address label. Otherwise clean and bright, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings. "How the invasion came, Quisling and the German authorities, Norway in the alliance, the proceedings against the collaborators." (from the cover).
Seller Inventory # 26196
Published by Norfolk Island, Australia: Island Heritage Ltd., 1971., 1971
137pp (87pp of text, 28pp of pictures, 22pp list of names), 8 inches square, color illustrations (drawings and paintings, NOT photos). Very Good condition, hardcover, no dust jacket. Illustrated boards with a gold seal on front cover stating that this is the "Official 30th Anniversary Edition." The head of the spine is bumped, otherwise clean and bright, corners sharp, no markings. The story of the bombing of Pearl Harbor by a man who lived in Hawaii and worked at Hickam up to and during the attack.
Seller Inventory # 22759
Published by Dalesman Books, 1979., 1979
1st edition. 78pp, (5.5 x 8 inches), map, b&w photos, bibliography. Very Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). A little rubbing to edges, first page (half title page) loose, otherwise clean and bright, no tears or creases, no markings. Lots of photos of the damage, before and after. Local history.
Seller Inventory # 25375
Published by NY: A.S. Barnes & Co., 1979., 1979
1st American edition stated. 250pp, (6x9 inches), maps, b&w photos, bibliography. Very Good condition, hardcover, no dust jacket. Orange cloth is soiled, otherwise the book is clean and firmly bound, no tears or creases, no markings. History of airborne forces, Allied airborne Forces, employment, dress, eauipment and weapons. Parachutes, gliders, glider tugs and carrier aircraft, pathfinders, dropping supplies. Operations in Europe in World War II, German invasion of Crete, Arnhem (Market Garden). Airborne operations reconstructed as wargames. setting up realistic battlefields, formations, sources of supply, et al.
Seller Inventory # 23717
Published by Redondo Beach: Rank and File Publications, 2000., 2000
185pp, (6x9 inches), maps, b&w photos, bibliography, index. Near Fine conditon in wrappers (soft cover). A little rubbing at the corners, otherwise clean, crisp, no spine creasing, no other creases, no markings. Details of the battle(s), presidential citation, 1944 roster of Cos. HQ D, E and F. List of those killed in action, list of the recipients of the Distinguished Service Cross.
Seller Inventory # 22240
Published by Esso Marketers, [1940's], 1940
Large map, about 33x23 inches, folded into sections, printed on both sides. When folded, the map measures 5.5 x 7.5 inches. Includes several smaller inset maps of cities and small islands. Only Good condition because the hinges are fragile with the beginnings of tearing at a couple places, a little tanned. Otherwise clean and bright, no markings.
Seller Inventory # 22819
Published by Hemlock Films, 2011., 2011
Kara Martinelli (illustrator). 1st edition stated. 272pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), map, b&w photos. Fine condition in wrappers (softcover). Everything is crisp, clean and tight, no spine creasing, no bumps, no rubbing, no markings of any sort. Collection of letters written by a world War II airman to his sweetheart back home in New Philadelphia, Ohio. They had promised to write to each other every day. Most of the letters are the ones he wrote, describing his adventures (in the South Pacific) and daily life during the war. Full of loving and teasing affection as well as solid historical information. Her letters reflect the life of a cheerful young woman waiting and hoping for the return of a loved one, full of details about their friends and families, and daily life in New Philadelphia.
Seller Inventory # 22237