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|[an error occurred while processing this directive]|Author: GALLOWAY, STROME. Title: The General Who Never Was.
Description: Mika, Belleville, Ontario, 1981.. 295 pp, large 8vo (9 3/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0919303544 Ex-library. B&w photographs. A large part of the book focuses on the author's experiences with the Royal Canadian Regiment in Italy/Sicily during WWII. Contents: The Gene ral Speaks Out; Amateur Soldier Between the Wars; When England Stood Alone; Low Point at Dieppe; Drinking The King's Red Rum; Naked Bayonets at Stuka Farm; The Irish Brigade Fought On; "Down Doors!"; They Died in Sicily's Sunshine; The Poin t o f T h e Arrow; The Gates of Hell; Vineyards of Death; The Road to Rome; A Holiday for Heroes; "Rimini by Noon!"; Rivers of Blood; In the Valley of The Po; Finally, The Siegfried Line; Soldier No More. Ex-libray copy with very small ink notat io n i n t he m ar g in of pages 160 & 174, old tape residue on pastedowns and pocket removal marks/remnants on free rear endpaper, stamps on edges of text block, wrinkling and wear at top/bottom of spine and at corners, minor soiling. Dust jacke t h as li gh t mod era te wr inkling old tape marks on inside surface, no label on spine, minor browning. Good reading copy.
Keywords: Strome Galloway, Autobiography, Personal Reminiscences, Second, Italy, Ortona, Dieppe, Irish Brigade, Sicily, Rimini, Po, Siegfried Line, Canadian Army, Elgin Regiment, Royal, Guards, Liri Valley, Rome.
Price: US$ 20.00 Seller: Capricorn Books
- Book number: 22642
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