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History of the 306th Infantry.

Author: Julius Ochs AdlerGeorge VidmerArchibald G ThacherRobert Porter PattersonFerdinand Doan SanfordAll authors
Publisher: New York, 306th Infantry Association [©1935]
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306th Infantry Association.
History of the 306th Infantry.
New York, 306th Infantry Association [©1935]
(OCoLC)644202018
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julius Ochs Adler; George Vidmer; Archibald G Thacher; Robert Porter Patterson; Ferdinand Doan Sanford; 306th Infantry Association.
OCLC Number: 5205489
Notes: "Executive editor, Colonel Julius Ochs Adler; editors, Brigadier General George Vidmer, Colonel Archibald G. Thacher, Major Robert P. Patterson, Captain Ferdinand D. Sanford."
Description: ix pages, 1 leaf, 267 pages including maps frontispiece (portrait) folded plates 25 cm

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