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Five Women I Love - Bob Hope's Vietnam Story by  Bob Hope - 1st UK edition. - 1967 - from Eastleach Books and

Five Women I Love - Bob Hope's Vietnam Story

by Hope, Bob

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Robert Hale, 1967. 1st UK edition.. Hardback. Cloth, dj, VG/G+. 189pp, 16pp b/w plates, dustjacket with a faded spine & with a badly creased inner front flap, otherwise a nice copy. Bob Hope's own account of his USO trip to bring Christmas Cheer to the American troops fighting in Vietnam. The five women are the glamourous females he went with - Miss USA, Miss Coca Cloa and 3 others.


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