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1 Lord, Walter Day of Infamy
New York, NY Bantam Books 1958 Third Printing Mass Market Paperback Good+ 


Spine/covers a bit creased, corners bumped / chipped, some shelf wear/darkening, 35c written at top of front cover. Pages in good condition, still a fairly tight copy.

"At 7:55 A.M., Pacific time, a day began that changed the world and all our lives with it.
The sudden ferocious onslaught was more than just an attack on a naval base, more than a shattering of a treaty, it was a catastrophe that no American before it could have imagined -- and one that no American is ever likely to forget.
We are mostly optimistic people and that day is now a decade and more in the past, but it has not dimmed. Where were you when you heard the news about Pearl Harbor? You remember -- all of us do.
Here is that day again -- all the confusion, the agony -- the wild excitement and the sudden realization that there was no more time for talking. . ."; 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall
000616 
Price: 4.25 USD

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2 Lord, Walter Incredible Victory
New York Harper & Row 1967 Cloth Very Good in Good dust jacket 


331 pp., index, 16 pages of glossy black and white photographs tipped in. Spine slightly slanted, PO name inside. Front pastedown is a map depicting the Japanese advance across the Pacific, back pastedown shows the timeline of the Battle of Midway on June 4, 1942. DJ priceclipped with a few tears repaired with tape. A nice copy.

"They had no right to win. Yet they did, and in doing so they changed the course of a war. More than that, they added a new name - Midway - to that small list that inspires men by example. . . like Marathon, the Armada, the Marne."; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
005988 
Price: 9.95 USD

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