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Offline airboy

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World War 1 Books Looking for a Home
« on: March 16, 2018, 06:59:40 AM »
My father in law is in a nursing home and probably is not long for this world.

He has a collection of World War One books that I can mail to anyone if you can paypal me the cost of shipping.

The books are:
The World War One Sourcebook
The Test of Battle
The First World War – Martin Gilbert
The First World War – Keegan
A Distant Mirror – Barbara Tuchman
A Soldier Great War – Helpern
Eddie Rickenbacker – Lewis
Brassley’s Guide to World War One Films
War Underground – Barbie
His Time in Hell – Jackson
The 90th Division in World War One – White


Plus the books in the attached photographs with the exceptions of:
A PhotoHistory of World War One
Zeebrugge
Myths of the Great War
What they don’t tell you about WW1
Mother Tongue
Why do we say it?
Army uniforms of WW1
Which have already been claimed by Staggerwing.


I can also take the books to Origins and give them to you there.

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Re: World War 1 Books Looking for a Home
« Reply #1 on: March 16, 2018, 07:11:17 AM »
I'd love a copy of Keegan's First World War. And I'll be at Origins!  O0
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Re: World War 1 Books Looking for a Home
« Reply #2 on: March 16, 2018, 10:24:03 AM »
I'd love a copy of Keegan's First World War. And I'll be at Origins!  O0

Good choice.  Excellent book.  I think I gave it to my father-in-law.