The Story of 79th Armoured Division. October 1942-June 1945

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The Story of 79th Armoured Division. October 1942-June 1945
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Hamburg, 1945. Foreword by Field-Marshal B.L. Montgomery. A comprehensive history of the division and their war in North Western Europe. Includes tables and charts of detailed statistics regarding the division and its service, together with brief statistics on 21 Army Group and WWII in general. 79 Armoured Division, commanded by Major-General Percy Hobart (of 'Hobo's Funnies' fame) was the only all-armoured division of the British Army during WWII. 'The Division has been, and is, unique among all the Divisions in the Allied Armies. Oatmeal linen cloth boards with the divisions badge of a bull with bloodied horns on the front board, coloured endpaper maps, 36 foldout coloured maps, numerous b/w photos and illus. Title page has a label stating 'RESTRICTED. The information given in this document is not to be communicated, either directly or indirectly, to the Press or to any person not authorised to receive it.' This book was printed and supplied only to divional members on disbandment. A vert tight, clean copy with only minor bumps at corners. NEAR FINE. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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