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Publisher: New York, Random House: 1951
Edition: Eighth Printing
Seller ID: 003189
Condition: Good with no dust jacket
A "Landmark Book," this is the story of General George Armstrong Custer starting with his boyhood and life at West Point. As with so many men of his generation, Custer comes of age during the Civil War, where the young cavalryman makes a flamboyant name for himself, winding up a Brigadier General. Staying in the Army afte...
Publisher: New York, Dell Publishing: 1963
Seller ID: 004903
Binding: Mass Market Paperback
"A doughboy of the Lost Battalion in the Argonne Forest. . . an Air Force bombardier in World War II. . . a naval corpsman in the hell of the Korean conflict. . . these are the men who might be buried under the eternal light in the tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetary." From Pacific Stars and Stripes: "Quentin Reynolds has used his many talents to produce stories of 3 wars - in each case the story of an individual who made the supre...