Harrisburg, PA: Military Service Publishing, 1940. First Edition. 603, illus., tables, charts, appendix, index, fr bd weak, pgs sl darkened, bds scuffed, some wear to edges of spine & boards.
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Harrisburg, PA: Military Service Publishing, 1942. Twelfth Edition. 1566, illus., figures, maps (some color fold-out), tables, index, appendices, rear board weak, boards somewhat scuffed.
n.p. Army General Staff College, 1918. 8.5" x 13.5", approx. 1000, 6-vol. set, a collection of mimeographed copies and some carbon copies bound together, some foxing to text, some pages browned.
France: AEF, 1918. 39, wraps, footnotes, covers soiled, worn, and creased, some darkening and creasing to text.
Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, DC: U. S. Army Center of Military History, 2003. Presumed First Edition, First printing thus. Wraps. iii [printed on one side only], 75 [printed on both sides],  pages. Chronology of Events. Illustrations. Maps. Selected Biographic Sketches of Union and Confederate Leaders. Cover has slight wear and soiling. Sticker residue on back cover. The Center of Military History accurately collects, preserves, interprets, and expresses the Army's history and material culture to more broadly educate and develop our force, the military profession, and the nation. It accomplish this mission through its primary lines of effort, which entail managing the Army's field history program; developing a cohesive Army museum program; providing historical support to Army leadership; creating and administering a historical knowledge management system; and researching, presenting, and preserving the Army's history and heritage. Its work with Army schools ensures that the study of history is an important part of the training of officers and noncommissioned officers. Its support the use of history to foster unit pride and to give soldiers an understanding of the Army's past, with much of this educational work occurring at field historical offices and in Army museums.
Place_Pub: Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1917. 190, footnotes, glossary, slight darkening to text, some wear and soiling to boards and spine.
New York: George H. Doran Company, 1918. 101, some soiling inside boards and flyleaves, DJ worn, scratched, and stained: small edge tears/chips.
Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2000. First Printing [Stated]. Hardcover. xxviii, 723,  pages. List of Maps. Important Military Terms, Acronyms, and Place-names. Maps. Chronology of Events. Author's Note on Technical Information. Notes. Sources and Bibliography. Index. Ink notation on fep. Minor ding to top boards. Professor Bergerud's specialization has been the study of war and peace in the 20th century, particularly regarding the United States and Asia.
Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing, 1916. Third, Revised Edition. 440, illus., fold-out maps, glossary, index, biblio, usual library markings, bds quite weak, discoloration inside bds & flyleaves.
Menasha, WI: George Banta Publishing, 1913. First Edition. Hardcover. 344 pages. Illus., fold-out maps, rear flyleaf torn out, some weakness to rear board, boards spotted and edges worn.
Washington, DC: GPO, 1988. 24 cm, 608, illus., maps, tables, charts, chapter notes, appendix, index, some wear and small chips to DJ edges.
Goring-by-Sea, Sussex, England: Wargames Research Group, 1975. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Trade paperback. 83,  pages. 118 illustrations. Format is approximately 8.25 inches by 10.5 inches. This has two sections. The first is on The Egyptian and their Enemies and the second is on The Assyrians and their enemies. The contents include major battles of the periods, tactics, organization and formations, compositions of armies, and dress and arms including illustrations. The Wargames Research Group (WRG) is a British publisher of rules and reference material for miniature wargaming. Founded in 1969 they were the premier publisher of tabletop rules during the seventies and eighties, publishing rules for periods ranging from ancient times to modern armored warfare, and reference books which are still considered standard works for amateur researchers and wargamers. They are best known for their seminal ancient and medieval period rules, and also for De Bellis Antiquitatis and Hordes of the Things fantasy rules. The reference works published by WRG are accurate enough to be cited in scholarly texts.
Washington, DC: James J. Chapman, 1891. Second Edition. 180, illus., maps, pencil notes to text, damp stains (no pgs stuck), bds weak, tears ins hinges, ink & pencil notes ins fr bd & flylf.
[London]: Octopus Books, . First Printing. 33 cm, 192, illus. (most in color), some wear to edges, small tears at DJ edges and corners. Foreword by Lt. -Gen. Ira Eaker (ret. ).
Washington DC: United States Department of the Army, 1961. Presumed First Edition, First printing thus. Wraps. This is the Official Magazine of the Department of the Army. 128 pages. Illustrations (color on the covers). Maps. Occasional footnotes. Cover has some wear and soiling. Cover has some creasing. Some page corner curling. The mission of Army Information Digest was to keep personnel of the Army aware of trends and developments of professional concerns. The Digest was published under the supervision of the Army Chief of Information to provide timely and authoritative information on policies, plans, operations, and technical developments of the Department of the Army to the Active Army, Army National Guard, and Army Reserve. It also served as a vehicle for timely expression of the views of the Secretary of the Army and the Chief of Staff and assisted in the achievement of information objectives of the Army.
New London, CT: Connecticut National Guard, 1923. 23, wraps, figures, covers somewhat spotted and stained, top corner front cover bent.
Philadelphia, PA: Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., 1852. New Edition. 18 cm, 303, illus., music, heavily foxed, corners worn. New edition with additions and improvements.
London: Chapman & Hall, 1888. First? Edition. First? Printing. 414, boards discolored and stained, front board weak.
Fort Leavenworth, KS: U.S. Army Command, 1988. First? Edition. First? Printing. 23 cm, 75, wraps, slight wear and soiling to covers.
Place_Pub: Fort Leavenworth, KS: U.S. Army Command, 1979. First? Edition. First? Printing. 25 cm, 57, wraps, slight wear and soiling to covers. Premier issue of the prestigious Leavenworth Papers series.
Place_Pub: London: Methuen & Co., Ltd., 1941. First Edition. 101, DJ soiled, discolored, and worn: small edge tears/chips.
Fort Sill, OK: Field Artillery School, 1934. 322, wraps, tables, figures and charts (some fold-out), name stamped ins fr cover, covers somewhat worn, small stain on rear cover.
New York: The H. K. Fly Company, 1918. 372, frontis illus., some stains & foxing to text, stains & scratches to fore-edge, rear bd weak, bds scuffed & stained.
New York: Veritas press, 1940. Presumed first edition/first printing. Hardcover. 3 p. L., ix-xi p., 5 L., -273,  p. illus. (plans) 22 cm.
Pisgah, OH: Nafziger Collection, Inc., 1995. First Edition. Quarto, 106, wraps, figures, glossary, bibliography, appendices.