Over There

America in the Great War

Robert J. Dalessandro, Rebecca S. Dalessandro

More than 400 photographs detail the American military experience in World War I from recruitment to the Armistice. Featuring the infamous Doughboys and Devil Dogs, flying aces, doctors and nurses, seamen, and the German enemy, this is the premier visual history of the United States in the Great War to be published during the centennial years.
Publication date:
March 2016
Publisher :
Stackpole Books
Contributor(s) :
Libby O'Connell
Language:
English
Series :
Stackpole Military Photo Series
Illustration :
381
Format Available     Quantity Price
Paperback
ISBN : 9780811714853

Dimensions : 279 X 216 mm
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£15.95

Overview
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• Features not only the infamous Doughboys and Devil Dogs, but also flying aces, doctors and nurses, seamen, and the German enemy
• Color photos of weapons and equipment, uniforms, insignia, medals, and posters

• Richly informative text and captions by an expert on World War I and battlefield interpretation

More than 400 photographs detail the American military experience in World War I on the ground, in the air, and at sea, from recruitment to the Armistice. This is the premier visual history of the United States in the Great War to be published during these centennial years.
* Features not only the infamous Doughboys and Devil Dogs, but also flying aces, doctors and nurses, seamen, and the German enemy
* Color photos of weapons and equipment, uniforms, insignia, medals, and posters
* Richly informative text and captions by an expert on World War I and battlefield interpretation.