Object details

Category
Books
Related period
Second World War (content)
Creator
UNITED STATES. DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY. EUROPEAN THEATER OF OPERATIONS. OFFICE OF THE CHIEF ENGINEER. INTELLIGENCE DIVISION. INFORMATION SECTION (Author)
Intelligence Division, Office of the Chief Engineer (Publisher)
Production date
1944
Place made
Etousa
Dimensions

whole: Dimensions: 28cm., Pagination: 3 pts. (ca. 1400 leaves): ill., figs., graphs, maps, plans

Catalogue number
LBY 12 / 1817

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