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Herbert The Making Of A Soldier

by Herbert, Anthony B

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1982, 1st edition, as new condition, with an as new dust jacket, with a priced unclipped dust jacket flap, published by Hippocrene Books, New York, 189 pages. The military and combat experiences of Herbert B. Anthony during the Korean War, he was the most decorated soldier of the Korean War, rising from a Private during the Korean War to becomming a Battalion Commander during the Vietnam War. Illustrated with photographs. Scarce in this nice condition. A fascinating read! .


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