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Last Updated December 5, 2016


1. Ashburn, T.Q. History of the 324th Field Artillery, United States Army. Publisher, 1919. 1919 printing. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners slightly bumped. There is discoloration and some soiling to the binding. With photographic illustrations. The text has 10 or so pages with light underlining or margin notes. $22.50

2. Calkins, Brian. Collecting Military Headgear of the First World War, 1914 -1918. A. Mowbray, 1990. 104 pages. Signed by the author, with an inscription to the former owner. Glossy softbound covers show some wear to the spine edges and corners, with slight curling to the edges of the front cover. The binding is tight and the pages clean. $28.95

3. Camp Gordon, Georgia. THE SHAVETAIL. 5th Battalion, Central Officers Training School Atlanta, Georgia: Blosser-Williams Company, 1918. Oblong green cloth with embossed illustration of an army mule and 5th Battalion insignia on the front cover. Shelf wear to the spine edges. Ohe corners are bumped. The binding is tight and conference complete. Very scarce unit history from right around 1918. This was the officer candidate training school, so all of the enlistees were officers in training. $75.00

4. Cron, Hermann &  Ma Colton C. F. & Duncan Rogers. Imperial German Army 1914-18: Organisation, Structure, Orders of Battle. Helion and Company, 2002. 320 pages. Slight shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. A few pages near the front of the book have small creases at the edges. Dust jacket has slight edge-wear. $35.50

5. Geographical Publishing Company. Victory Map of New Central Europe Showing Reconstructed Countries and Newly Formed Nations. Geographical Publishing Co, 1919. 1 pages. Softbound pamphlet with large folding map inserted between the covers. Slight soiling to the covers and some wear to the edges. The map is in very nice condition,. There are a couple of small tears, but no weakening of the folds. $65.00

6. Jordan, Lambert W. A History and Photographic Record of the 43rd US Infantry. Lambert W. Jordan Commanding. N.p.: Privately Printed, 1918. Large flexible card softbound covers with string-tied binding. There is some wear to the spine edges and corners, with some rubbing and slight bump to the corners. One small tear to the edge of the back cover. The pages are clean and tightly bound. With photographs and hometowns listed for all of the soldiers and commanding officers in each of the companies of the 43rd Infantry Division. A rare WWI regimental history. $125.00

7. Lucas, James Sidney. Austro-Hungarian infantry, 1914-1918. Almark Publishing, 1973. 112 pages. Light shelf wear to the binding. The dust jacket has a some chips and tears to the edges of the spine and corners. $27.50

8. Milano, Vincent & Elisabeth Milano. GERMAN ARMY ORDER OF BATTLE, 1918. Chambersburg, Pennsylvania: Great War Militaria, 1991. 101 pages. Softbound covers with stable binding. There is slight shelf wear to the edges. $29.50

9. Miles, L. Wardlaw. History of the 308th Infantry 1917-1919. Knickerbocker Press, 1927. Shelf wear to the spine edges and corners. Some fading to the spine title. Dust jacket has chips and tears to the spine edges and corners. Some discoloration to the jacket. $85.00

10. Milham, Charles G. Atta Boy! The Story of New York's 77th Division U.S.A. Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1919. 46 pages. Softbound covers. Wear and discoloration to the edges and light soiling to the covers. A few small chips to the paper spine and edges of the front cover. $45.00

11. P.F. Collier & Son. Collier's Photographic History of the European War. Including Sketches and Drawings Made on the Battle Fields. P.F. Collier & Son, 1916. 128 pages. Large oblong covers. Photographic illustration on the front cover and blue cloth spine. Quite a bit of shelf wear to the binding and rubbing to the spine and corners. Some soiled spots to the front cover and a few rubbed and scuffed spots to the spine. Hinges are secure and the pages are tightly bound. A few pages have small smudges to the edges or small tears to the margin, not affecting the text. With hundreds of photographs. $45.00

12. Pixley, Rutherford Birchard. Wisconsin in the World War: An Account of the Activities of Wisconsin Citizens During the Great World War, Giving in Part the Record of a Loyal State. Wisconsin war history Co, 1919. 400 pages. Shelf wear and rubbing to the spine edges and corners. Corners bumped. A few small discolored spots to the covers. $14.50

13. Stidger, William L. Soldier Silhouettes on Our Front. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1918. 209 pages. Shelf wear to binding and rubbing to spine and corners. Corners slightly bumped. The dust jacket has chips and tears to the edges and some browning, but is still presentable. Some of the text pages have foxing to the margins and edges. $15.00

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