New York: Lincoln Mac Veagh/The Dial Press, (1929). Second printing. Hardcover. Near fine/near fine. 8vo. Red cloth in original printed dust jacket. Near fine in like DJ. Mild sunning to spine. Minimal surface scratches to page edge. Interior bright and clean throughout. Good and sound. 308pp.
In impressive condition. Memoirs of the aide-de-camp to Marshal Ferdinand Foch, the French general during WWI. (Inventory #: 19158)
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