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US 2nd Infantry Division unit history, « Indian Head »

US 2nd Infantry Division unit history, « Indian Head » - photo 4

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A period printed and issued US 2nd Infantry Division unit history booklet. Complete and in its original condition. Contains all relative information regarding the deployment of the unit in the ETO starting with D-Day. An excellent example and very collectible. 

Ref:LMA10142
US 2nd Infantry Division unit history, « Indian Head » - photo 7
US 2nd Infantry Division unit history, « Indian Head » - photo 8

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