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Published by Artabras Publishers in New York .
Written in English



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  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Mediterranean Region -- Pictorial works.

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Reprint. Originally published: Washington, D.C. : Center for Military History, 1951 (United States Army in World War II. Pictorial record)

Statementcompiled by the Center of Military History, United States Army.
SeriesUnited States Army in World War II.
ContributionsCenter of Military History.
LC ClassificationsD766 .W28 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination465 p. :
Number of Pages465
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1849228M
LC Control Number90000605

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