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Item 12002 - The Victors – Eisenhower and His Boys: The Men of World War II – by Stephen Ambrose. This New York Times Bestseller covers the war and the men who fought it, beginning with the preparations for D-Day and ending with the fall of Germany on May 7, 1945. The book was published by Simon and Schuster in 1999. Paperback, 196 pages. Many photographs. Some yellowing at edges of pages. Otherwise virtually like new. The book is in print at $16.00.
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Item 12003 - Overlord – D-Day, June 6, 1944 – by Max Hastings. This book gives the inside view of the German defense against the allied invasions, based on interviews with former German staff officers and the men in the ranks, as well as interviews with allied officers and men. The book follows the officers and men of both dies through the weeks following the landings at Normandy. The book was published by Simon and Schuster in 1984. hardback, 368 pages. Many photographs. Virtually like new.
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Item 12004 - Kennedy & Roosevelt- The Uneasy Alliance – by Michael R. Beschloss. This book details the friendship between Franklin Roosevelt and Joseph Kennedy (father of JFK) during the New Deal period, Kennedy being sent to London as the Ambassador to great Britain, his efforts to keep the U.S. out of World ar Two, and finally the falling out between the two men as Kennedy tries to get himself in line for the U.S. presidency while Roosevelt plans to run for a third term. The book was published by Harper and Rowe in 1980. Paperback, 318 pages. Many photographs.
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Relics and Collectibles! We presently have the following Relics and Collectibles for sale:
Item 12006 - Japan's Occupation Currency for the Philippines - As the goverment of Japan prepared for its occupation of the Philippine archipelago, one of the things it did was to produce currency - paper money - to used once it took the Philippines. The currency was issued in areas under Japanese control. The notes are an interesting artifact of the war in the Pacific. The examples we have available are all one peso notes. They state in English "The Japanese Government" and "One Peso" in English, with smaller Japanese markings worked into the design at the bottom of the front of the bill. We have a number of these bills for sale, with slightly varying condition. They will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis with the best examples being sent out to the first to order. The quality is indicated in the image above. All of the bills are worn.
Cost: $2.00 each, six for $10.00