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See Here, Private Hargrove

By: Hargrove, Marion; Anderson, Maxwell (Foreword by)

Price: $9.20

Publisher: New York, NY, Henry Holt And Co.: 1942

Seller ID: 003590

Condition: Near Fine in Fair dust jacket


Private Marion Hargrove approaches life from a number of angles peculiarly his own. He approached the United States Army in the same way. Sergeants who served over Hargrove testify in the pages of this book about what happened to him, and to the Army, when he joined in response to a letter from Washington which began "The President of the United States to Marion Hargrove. Greetings. . . " As the delighted reader begins to discover the Army through Hargrove's eyes... View more info

Seven Years in Tibet

By: Harrier, Heinrich; ; Graves, Richard (translated by) ; Fleming, Peter (Introduction by)

Price: $11.04

Publisher: New York, NY, E. P. Dutton: 1954

Edition: Stated First Edition

Seller ID: 003609

Condition: Good in Poor dust jacket


This is the action-packed story of a young adventurer's escape from a British interment camp in India during World War II and his dramatic trek through rugged Himalayan passes to sanctuary in the Forbidden City of Lhasa. The author, a noted Austrian mountain-climber and skier, was with the Nanga Parbat reconnaissance group in Karachi awaiting a steamer to Europe and when detained by the English; he immediately began a series of desperate attempts at escape. Harrer and an... View more info

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C-7 Caribou in Action

By: Mutza, Wayne

Price: $10.12

Publisher: Carrollton, TX, Squadron/Signal Publications: 1993

Edition: Unknown; Unknown

Seller ID: 004458

ISBN: 0897472926

Condition: Near Fine


Minor crease at the top back and small bend (1") near the bottom back. ; Photographs and diagrams are the primary feature of this publication; however, it does have a significant section on Vietnam operations and Air Force operations. It also includes a double-page set of illustrations of this aircraft in different arenas, some in color. ; Aircraft; Vol. 132; B&W and Color Photos and Drawings; Oblong 8vo 8" to 9" tall; 50 pages View more info

PAVN: People's Army of Vietnam

By: Pike, Douglas

Price: $22.08

Publisher: Novato, CA, Presidio Pr: 1986

Edition: Unknown

Seller ID: 003295

Condition: Good in Good dust jacket


From the leading expert on Vietnamese communism, we have this extraordinary history of the growth of the People's Army of Vietnam. PAVN had its beginnings in 1930, in a mountain cave near the China boarder, with Vo Nguyen Giap and 33 others. With Ho Chi Minh's help, they built up this minuscule army from a semi-guerrilla status into a force numbering over 1 million in the regular army and over 3 million in paramilitary elements. Douglas Pike discusses in depth the relati... View more info