Object details

Category
Books
Related period
Second World War (content)
Creator
HISTORY OF THE 376TH INFANTRY REGIMENT (Author)
HISTORY OF THE THREE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY SIXTH INFANTRY REGIMENT (Author)
376TH INFANTRY REGIMENT, REGIMENTAL HISTORICAL COMMITTEE (Author)
THREE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY SIXTH INFANTRY REGIMENT, REGIMENTAL HISTORICAL COMMITTEE (Author)
Carl Weddigen (printer) (Publisher)
Production date
1945
Place made
Wuppertal-Barmen
Dimensions

whole: Dimensions: ?cm., Pagination: [10], 202p. [20], ill., figs. (some col.), frontis., maps, ports.,

Catalogue number
LBY 37417

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