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CRAZY WEATHER
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CRAZY WEATHER

By McNichols, Charles L.

New York: Armed Services Editions, 1945. 288 pp. Armed Services Edition O-16. Edge and corner wear with some minor creasing on the spine. For anyone who doesn't know the Armed Services Editions, these were softcover books that were printed from 1943 to 1946 by the Council on Books in Wartime. They were distributed to American servicemen during World War II and a great many of them are in such rough condition because they were carried in the packs of soldiers around the battlefields of Europe and the Pacific. All were complete books, not digests, and featured a wide array of subjects. The Council's slogan during the war was "Books are weapons in the war of ideas.". First Printing - First Thus. Paperback. Very Good.

$11.95

ONE MORE SPRING
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ONE MORE SPRING

By Nathan, Robert

New York: Armed Services Editions, 1945. 126 pp. Armed Services Edition R-3. Light edge and corner wear with some rubbing on the front cover. For anyone who doesn't know the Armed Services Editions, these were softcover books that were printed from 1943 to 1946 by the Council on Books in Wartime. They were distributed to American servicemen during World War II and a great many of them are in such rough condition because they were carried in the packs of soldiers around the battlefields of Europe and the Pacific. All were complete books, not digests, and featured a wide array of subjects. The Council's slogan during the war was "Books are weapons in the war of ideas.". First Printing - First Thus. Paperback. Very Good.

$9.95

GEOGRAPHY - In Human Destiny
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GEOGRAPHY - In Human Destiny

By Peattie, Roderick

New York: Armed Services Editions, 1945. 256 pp. Armed Services Edition R-12. Edgewear with creasing on the covers and spine; some fading on the spine. For anyone who doesn't know the Armed Services Editions, these were softcover books that were printed from 1943 to 1946 by the Council on Books in Wartime. They were distributed to American servicemen during World War II and a great many of them are in such rough condition because they were carried in the packs of soldiers around the battlefields of Europe and the Pacific. All were complete books, not digests, and featured a wide array of subjects. The Council's slogan during the war was "Books are weapons in the war of ideas.". First Printing - First Thus. Paperback. Very Good-.

$9.95

DITHERS AND JITTERS
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DITHERS AND JITTERS

By Skinner, Cornelia Otis

New York: Armed Services Editions, 1945. 127 pp. Armed Services Edition T-1. Light edge and corner wear; no interior markings. For anyone who doesn't know the Armed Services Editions, these were softcover books that were printed from 1943 to 1946 by the Council on Books in Wartime. They were distributed to American servicemen during World War II and a great many of them are in such rough condition because they were carried in the packs of soldiers around the battlefields of Europe and the Pacific. All were complete books, not digests, and featured a wide array of subjects. The Council's slogan during the war was "Books are weapons in the war of ideas.". First Printing - First Thus. Paperback. Very Good.

$9.95

WE FARM FOR A HOBBY - and Make It Pay
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WE FARM FOR A HOBBY - and Make It Pay

By Tetlow, Henry

New York: Armed Services Editions, 1945. 256 pp. Armed Services Edition T-11. Edge and corner wear with some creasing on the front cover and spine; no interior markings. The Chapters are: The Problem - The People - The Place; Pitfalls of Accountancy; The Expectation of Plenty; Farm Drudgery: A Myth; Where to Find Out How; Making Plans That Work; Must You Keep a Cow; Poultry: A Success Story; Where Pigs Is Profits; The Garden and the Orchard; Planning Side Line Produce; The Household Chores; A Babbled of Green Fields; Selling the By-Product; Some Conclusive Comparisons; and On Medlock Farm. For anyone who doesn't know the Armed Services Editions, these were softcover books that were printed from 1943 to 1946 by the Council on Books in Wartime. They were distributed to American servicemen during World War II and a great many of them are in such rough condition because they were carried in the packs of soldiers around the battlefields of Europe and the Pacific. All were complete books, not digests, and featured a wide array of subjects. The Council's slogan during the war was "Books are weapons in the war of ideas.". First Printing - First Thus. Paperback. Good Only.

$9.95

THE DEADLY DOVE
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THE DEADLY DOVE

By King, Rufus

New York: Armed Services Editions, 1945. 192 pp. Armed Services Edition 937. Light edgewear with creasing on the front cover; no interior markings. For anyone who doesn't know the Armed Services Editions, these were softcover books that were printed from 1943 to 1946 by the Council on Books in Wartime. They were distributed to American servicemen during World War II and a great many of them are in such rough condition because they were carried in the packs of soldiers around the battlefields of Europe and the Pacific. All were complete books, not digests, and featured a wide array of subjects. The Council's slogan during the war was "Books are weapons in the war of ideas.". First Printing - First Thus. Paperback. Very Good-.

$9.95