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WORLD WAR II CODEBREAKER (Time Machine Special Edition/50th Anniversary of World War II) by  Peter Lerangis - Paperback - First Printing - 1989 - from Mirror Image Book and

WORLD WAR II CODEBREAKER (Time Machine Special Edition/50th Anniversary of World War II)

by Lerangis, Peter

Condition: Very Good Plus

U.S.A.: Bantam, 1989. paperback book, 1st printing, Condition is very good plus. Has no creases on spine,has light hinge creases on front cover, corners creased/bumped , some edge wear, no stamps or writing. Pages tight and clean with some toning,, cover is bright and glossy ....a nice looking book........WRAPPED IN PLASTIC BAG TO PROTECT CONDITION OF BOOK............We have other titles in this genre in stock and give discounts in shipping on additional books, please contact us for more iinformation**...... SUMMARY - It is the year 1941. You have traveled back in time to world War II. You are standing on the deck of an American battle ship in Pearl Harbor, when you suddenly hear the drone of attacking Japanese bombers. You watch helplessly as the planes swoop down and a terrifying black torpedo comes whistling towards you. You need to discover if anyone could have known about the attack in advance. . Was there any way the devastation could have been prevented? In this book your mission is to discover how the breaking of enemy codes helped the Allies win. You'll travel all over the globe, braving battles and facing constant peril of a world at war. Are you ready to face the danger? . First Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good Plus.


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