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BANANA WARS AWARDS TO MARINES.



$10.00




Bickel, Keith B., MARS LEARNING: The Marine Corps Development of Small Wars Doctrine, 1915 - 1940. The Marine Corps in Haiti, Dominican Republic & Nicaragua between the wars.



$25.00








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Collings, Kenneth, JUST FOR THE HELL OF IT.



$65.00




Collings, Kenneth, JUST FOR THE HELL OF IT. First edition in poor dust jacket, inscribed by author.



$125.00




Franck, Harry A., ROAMING THROUGH THE WEST INDIES. (The reknowned travel writer describes the Marines in Haiti and Santo Domingo in the 1920s).



$55.00














1915 HAITIAN CAMPAIGN ELIGIBILITY ROLLS FOR THE US MARINE CORPS.



$15.00




1919-1920 HAITIAN CAMPAIGN ELIGIBILITY ROLLS FOR THE US MARINE CORPS.



$15.00




Becker, Stephen, A RENDEZVOUS IN HAITI. A novel about the U.S. Marines in Haiti in 1919.



$35.00




Craige, John H., BLACK BAGDAD. (A memoir of the Marines in Haiti in the 1920s).



$65.00




Craige, John H., BLACK BAGDAD. (A memoir of the Marines in Haiti in the 1920s).



$65.00




Craige, John H., CANNIBAL COUSINS (the "sequel" to BLACK BAGDAD).



$65.00




McCrocklin, James H. GARDE D'HAITI, 1915 ~ 1934: Twenty Years of Organization and Training by the United States Marine Corps.



$85.00




Schmidt, Hans, THE UNITED STATES OCCUPATION OF HAITI, 1915-1934.



$45.00





TWO NEWSPAPERS FROM 1929
WITH HEADLINES PROCLAIMING ACTION
OF U.S. MARINES IN HAITI.




$65.00




U.S. MARINES IN HAITI SHORTLY AFTER WWI.

Six prints. (reproductions)

$45.00




Wirkus, Faustin & Taney Dudley, THE WHITE KING OF LA GONAVE. (The true story of a Marine Corps sergeant who was crowned king of a voodoo island shortly after WWI). ~ Original 1931 edition in dust jacket, signed by Author ~



$165.00






Wirkus, Faustin & Taney Dudley, THE WHITE KING OF LA GONAVE. (The true story of a Marine Corps sergeant who was crowned king of a voodoo island shortly after WWI). 1931 Star Books edition in dust jacket



$65.00






Langley, Lester D., THE BANANA WARS: An Inner History of American Empire, 1900-1934.



$45.00













1912 NICARAGUAN CAMPAIGN ELIGIBILITY ROLLS FOR THE US MARINE CORPS.



$10.00




Clark, George B., WITH THE OLD CORPS IN NICARAGUA.



$45.00



[Edson], Jon T. Hoffman ONCE A LEGEND: "Red Mike" Edson of the Marine Raiders. INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR TO CHARLTON HESTON. Two chapters devoted to Edson's service in Nicaragua, matching wits with Sandino & becoming an expert in guerrila warfare.



$150.00



Franklyn, Irwin R., FLIGHT: An Epic of the Air (20's film about Marines against Sandino in Nicaragua).



$25.00




Nalty, Bernard C., THE UNITED STATES MARINES IN NICARAGUA.



$30.00



Overgard, William, A FEW GOOD MEN. (A first rate novel about the Marines in Nicaragua in the 1930s: Smedley Butler & Chesty Puller).



$37.50




Overgard, William, A FEW GOOD MEN. (Another copy).



$37.50




[Sandino] Robert Edgar Conrad, SANDINO: The Testimony of a Nicaraguan Patriot, 1921-1934. The collected writings of Augusto Sandino.
~~~ "Washington is called the father of his country; the same may be said of Bolivar and Hidalgo; but I am only a bandit, according to the yardstick by which the strong and the weak are measured." ~~ Augusto C. Sandino



$45.00



[Sandino] Neill Macauly, THE SANDINO AFFAIR. A biography of the Marines' arch-enemy in Nicaragua, Augusto Sandino, by a former staff officer in the Cuban Rebel Army of Fidel Castro.
~~~ "At a time (1967) when the United States may well be committing herself to 'pacification' campaigns from Vietnam and Thailand to Santo Domingo, Macaulay's book is an important contribution to our still scant knowledge of the whole subject. As an example of how a six-year-long campaign by U.S. Marines can be militarily successful and at the same time be a total political failure whose adverse consequences still haunt the U.S. in Central America forty years later, The Sandino Affair has no equal in its field."



$35.00



U.S. MARINES IN NICARAGUA, 1927. Five prints. (reproductions)



$40.00















1916 DOMINICAN CAMPAIGN ELIGIBILITY ROLLS FOR THE US MARINE CORPS.



$15.00




[Bearss] George B. Clark, HIRAM IDDINGS BEARSS, US MARINE CORPS: Biography of a World War I Hero. Hiram Bearss, Medal of Honor winner and among the most highly decorated Marines of all time, served in the "Banana Wars" in Panama and on Santo Domingo.



$35.00




Fuller, Stephen M. Capt USMCR and Graham A. Cosmas, MARINES IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 1916-1924.



$30.00








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