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New York: St. Martin's Press, 2012. First Edition [Stated], First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. , 232 pages. Footnotes. Inscribed by author on half-title. DJ has slight wear and soiling. The author writes: "This is my very first collection of essays. As you can probably imagine, it pretty much has everything. In fact, if you like stories about stolen meat, animal attacks, young love, death, naked people, clergymen, rock 'n' roll, irritable Canadians, and prison, you have just hit a street called Easy because my book talks about all that stuff and a bunch of other stuff, too. At the beach, on the subway, while whitewater rafting, during couples counseling, under local anesthesia and I have personally seen to it that my book is totally readable in all these scenarios, as well as in most other scenarios out there today. It will make you laugh, cry, and maybe even think so much that you will forget all your problems while simultaneously creating a few new ones. In fact, if I end up being wrong about any of this stuff, you can kick me right in the privates. Also, I will send you a nice ham (serves twenty). In short, you really can't lose on this one." Comedy legend Dick Cavett called Dave “a major figure among American comic writers, past and present,” Variety magazine named Dave one of their “10 Comedians to Watch,”.
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas: Combat Studies Institute, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, May 1990. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Trade paperback. 195 pages. Some soiling and slight wear to covers. Includes Maps, Figures, Tables, Preface, and Acknowledgments. Chapters include information on Anticipation of the Battle, March 1944 to March 1945; Defensive Engagement, April 1945; Lethality in Motion: Tactics; Attack and Retreat, May 1945; and The Last Days, June 1945. Also includes information on Japanese Casualties, American Casualties, and a Conclusion. Appendix A lists 32nd Army Staff; Appendix B lists IJA 32d Army Order of Battle, March 1945; Notes appear on pages 131-139; Bibliography appears on pages 141-143. Dr. Thomas M Huber is a staff-member of the US Army Command and General Staff College, Combat Studies Institute, Command & General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Washington, DC: United States Army, Center of Military History, 1988. Reprint of 1952 first edition. Hardcover. ix, , 473,  pages. Profusely illustrated. Maps. Appendices. List of Abbreviations. Index. CMH Pub 12-1. Signature of Carlye P. Woelfer on fep. This is believed to be the noted author of Articulation of Occupational Programs: From the High School to Community College. Minor corner rippling at bottom of book at the back. During World War II the photographers of the United States armed forces created on film a pictorial record of immeasurable value. Thousands of pictures are preserved in the photographic libraries of the armed services but are little seen by the public. In the narrative volumes of UNITED STATES ARMY IN WORLD WAR II, it is possible to include only a limited number of pictures. Therefore, a subseries of pictorial volumes, of which this is the last, has been planned to supplement the other volumes of the series.