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WAR IN THE RUINS: THE AMERICAN ARMY'S FINAL BATTLE AGAINST NAZI GERMANY by  Edward G Longacre - Hardcover - Book Club Edition - 2010 - from Old Army Books and Biblio.com

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WAR IN THE RUINS: THE AMERICAN ARMY'S FINAL BATTLE AGAINST NAZI GERMANY

by Longacre, Edward G

Condition: Fine in Fine dust jacket


Yardley, PA: Westholme. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 2010. Book Club Edition. Hardcover. 1594161178 . 410 pp., illus., maps, full-size (same as non-book club editions) format, just lacks nicer covers. 100th Infantry Division, battle of Heilbronn, April 1945 .


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