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(AEF, 2d Division) American Battle Monuments Commission, 2d DIVISION SUMMARY OF OPERATIONS IN THE WORLD WAR. United States Government Printing Office, 1944.

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$100.00



(AEF, 2d Division, 4th Brigade) George B. Clark, DECORATED MARINES OF THE FOURTH BRIGADE IN WORLD WAR I



$50.00




Clark, George B., THE SECOND INFANTRY DIVISION IN WORLD WAR I: A History of the American Expeditionary Force Regulars, 1917-1919



$35.00


(AEF, 2d Division) GROUP PHOTO OF 8th MACHINE GUN COMPANY, 5th REGIMENT MARINES, DATZEROTH, GERMANY, APRIL 1919. 1 print. (reproduction).



$12.00



(AEF, 2d Division) Sgt C. Gordon Harraden & Pvt Raymond H. Stedman, THE SECOND DIVISION, AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCES, 1917-1919 .



$45.00



(AEF, 2d Division, 4th Brigade) Major Edwin N. McClellan, USMC, THE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS IN THE WORLD WAR and WHERE THE MARINES FOUGHT IN FRANCE (two seperate books bound in a single volume).

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$19.95




(AEF, 2d Division) Spaulding, Col Oliver Lyman & Col John Womack Wright, THE SECOND DIVISION AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE IN FRANCE 1917- 1919.



$38.00



(AEF, 2d Division, 4th Brigade) Strott, Lt George C. Hospital Corps, USN, NAVY MEDICS WITH THE MARINES, 1917-1919. NEW Battery Press reprint of the very scarce U.S. Navy Department 1947 edition. Originally published in 1948 as The Medical Department of the United States Navy with the Army and Marine Corps in France in World War I, this U.S. Navy official history covers the activities of the Navy medical unit assigned to the 4th USMC Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division in World War I. It is as much a combat history of the Marines as a naval history.



$29.95




(AEF, 2d Division) John W. Thomason, THE UNITED STATES ARMY SECOND DIVISION NORTHWEST OF CHATEAU THIERRY IN WORLD WAR I.



$39.95






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(AEF, 3rd Division, 38th Regiment) Lovejoy, C.E., 1stLt., THE STORY OF THE THIRTY-EIGHTH. Coblenz, Germany: 1919. Condition: only good: all pages lightly browned, last 50 pages waterstained with light rippling. Paper covers lightly chipped, with crack across spine. Binding still tight, pages not yet brittle. Photographs, maps, casualty tables, roll of killed, missing & died of wounds, 214 pages. The 38th U.S. Infantry Regiment was part of the 3rd Division, AEF, the "Rock of the Marne", which stemmed the German advance at Chateau Thierry, and fought on the Vesle River, at Fismes, St Mihiel and in the Argonne. Compiled from official records and information given by men & officers of the regiment, printed in Germany during the Occupation for distribution among the veterans themselves. SCARCE in any condition.

$75.00



(AEF, 4th Division), Bach, Christian A. and Henry Noble Hall, THE FOURTH DIVISION: ITS SERVICES AND ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE WORLD WAR. Issued by the Division, 1920., VG-. Binding not the usual heavy green buckram, but smooth brown marbled boards with a dull gloss, almost resembling leather. Both boards creased on bottom half, as though book pinched by very strong fingers. Bright gilt lettering on spine. Spine sl ightly cocked. Light waterstaining through most of book, with some slight rippling, not very noticable. Written by a Colonel of the Division and a war correspondent with the London Times. Extensive notes, photographs, appendices, index, 368 pp . A tight, clean copy, despite flaws.

$45.00



(AEF, 7th Division) Fell, Capt Edgar Tremlett, HISTORY OF THE SEVENTH DIVISION, USA, 1917-1919. Philadelphia: Seventh Division Officers' Association, 1927. VG+. Only a few superficial flaws to covers; book is otherwise in near fine condition, with no significant wear: bright & tight, a beautiful copy. Large format, glossy pages throughout. Extensively illustrated with full & half-page photographic plates & maps. 15 pages of appendices, including field orders, statistics & texts of individual DSM, DSC, & CdeG medals awarded to division members. Four crisp folding maps in rear pocket. 261. A superb divisional history, not commonly found.

$175.00



(AEF, 104th MG Bttn, 27th Div) Clarke, William F., OVER THERE WITH O'RYAN'S ROUGHNECKS. Superior Publishing Company, Seattle, no date., VG. No DJ. Blue boards, 8.5x11. Profusely illustrated with maps & photographs on glassy paper. 176 pp.

$45.00



(AEF, 28th Div), Proctor, H.G.. THE IRON DIVISION, NATIONAL GUARD OF PENNSYLVANIA, IN THE WORLD WAR. John C. Winston Company, Philadelphia, 1919., VG. A tight copy with very little wear except for back edges of both covers which are discolored, probably from water damage. No other damage apparent. Spine clean, lettering crisp. Interior fine except for original owners' signature on front endpaper. 297 pp.

$45.00



(AEF, 28th Division) Studer, Carl A., Major, PROCEEDINGS, THIRTIETH ANNUAL CONVENTION, SOCIETY OF THE 28TH DIVISION. Society of the 28th Division, A.E.F., VG, wraps. Proceedings took place on July 28, 29 & 30, 1960. Photographs, 270 pp.

$35.00



(AEF, 79th Division, 316th Regiment) Glock, Capt Carl E., HISTORY OF THE 316TH REGIMENT OF INFANTRY. No publisher or date shown. VG+/VG+. Plain brown jacket in nice condition protected by mylar. Book itself bright & tight with small tear to top of spine, otherwise no apparent flaws, except browning to endpages where they closed upon jacket flaps. Covers history of regiment from its formation at Camp Meade to its participation in actions at Montfaucon, Troyon Sector & Hill 378 in the Grande Montagne Offensive. Includes text of regimental citations and list of DSC & GdeG winners. 110 pages. A very nice copy. (A later edition published in 1930 included folding maps in rear of book, but this edition apparently published without them).

$45.00



(AEF, 82nd Div) U.S. Army, OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE 82ND DIVISION, AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE, ALL AMERICAN DIVISION 1917-1919 . Battery Press reprint, no date. New copy. 9 photos, 3 maps, 310 pages. Summary: Official unit history for the 82nd Infantry Division in World War I.

$19.95



Johns, Major E.B., CAMP TRAVIS AND ITS PART IN THE WORLD WAR, TEXAS, 1918. NY: E.B. Johns, 1919. VG--. Some rust-colored discoloration along gutter between spine & front cover, extending down about three inches from top (cloth does not appear damaged). Top of spine bumped, corners slightly frayed. Otherwise minimal wear to covers. Secondary front flyleaf mostly detached, otherwise binding is tight. 11.75" x 8.5". Profusely illustrated throughout with photographs, drawings, cartoons. Numerous articles covering various aspects of training. Company-by-company rosters, with group photos. Ten pages of advertisements in back of book. 337 pages.

$110.00



PARIS ISLAND IN THE WORLD WAR, 1917-1918 ~ PART ONE. Scuttlebutt & Small Chow: An Irregular Quarterly of the Old Corps.



$10.00



PARIS ISLAND IN THE WORLD WAR, 1917-1918 ~ PART TWO. Scuttlebutt & Small Chow: An Irregular Quarterly of the Old Corps.



$10.00



Thisted, Moses N.. PERSHING'S PIONEER INFANTRY OF WORLD WAR I. Alphabet Printers, 1982., NEW, a mint copy. PAPERBACK. "An exhaustive study of the origins, duties, organization, equipment and exploits of the Pioneer Infantry. Photographs, records, orders, letters, rosters, lists, tables. 343 pp. $20.00

$20.00





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