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THE COAST WATCHERS: AUSTRALIAN WAR CLASSICS GIANT - FELDT, Eric
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2006, ISBN: 9780855505448

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Denver, Colorado: Unbridled Books. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 2006. First Edition; First Printing. Hard Cover. 1932961194 . Sound binding and hinges. Clean, bright pages. Paper over boards is clean. DJ has light edge rubbing. ; A novel of the harsh Dakota Territory in the 1880s, chronicling one family's struggles as they carve out their holdings in an unforgiving land that has defeated so many others.; 8.5" (18.5 cm) tall; 230 pages ., Unbridled Books, 2006, Softcover. Brand New. “International Edition” - ISBN number and front cover may be different in rare cases but contents are same as the US edition. FOR MULTIPLE ORDERS AND EXPEDITE ORDERS, WE USE FEDEX/UPS/DHL SERVICE & RECEIVE FAST WITHIN 3-5 BUSINESS DAYS. No shipping to PO BOX, APO, FPO addresses. Kindly provide day time phone number in order to ensure smooth delivery. Printed in black & white in English language. Territorial restrictions may be printed on the book. We may ship from Asian regions for inventory purpose. 100% Customer satisfaction guaranteed! We use Fast Shipping via DHL/FEDEX/UPS, Good. Dakota Territory Centennial Edition, 1961 hardcover. Cover, contents and binding almost like new. Dust jacket has one-inch chip on back, moderate edge and shelf wear., Brand New. "International Edition". ISBN number and front cover may be different in rare cases but contents are same as the US edition. Printed in black & white in English language. Territorial restrictions may be printed on the book. For expedited shipping, Get it fast within 3-5 business days by FEDEX/UPS/DHL with Tracking Number. Kindly provide day time phone number in order to ensure smooth delivery. No shipping to PO BOX, APO, FPO addresses.We may ship from Asian regions for inventory purpose.100% Customer satisfaction guaranteed!, Brand New. "International Edition". ISBN number and front cover may be different in rare cases but contents are same as the US edition. Printed in black & white in English language. Territorial restrictions may be printed on the book. For expedited shipping, Get it fast within 3-5 business days by FEDEX/UPS/DHL with Tracking Number. Kindly provide day time phone number in order to ensure smooth delivery. No shipping to PO BOX, APO, FPO addresses.We may ship from Asian regions for inventory purpose.100% Customer satisfaction guaranteed!, Brand New. "International Edition". ISBN number and front cover may be different in rare cases but contents are same as the US edition. Printed in black & white in English language. Territorial restrictions may be printed on the book. For expedited shipping, Get it fast within 3-5 business days by FEDEX/UPS/DHL with Tracking Number. Kindly provide day time phone number in order to ensure smooth delivery. No shipping to PO BOX, APO, FPO addresses.We may ship from Asian regions for inventory purpose.100% Customer satisfaction guaranteed!, Lloyd O'Neil Pty. Ltd. Hawthorn, Melbourne. 1981; Reprint of 1975 edition. ISBN 0855505443;. pages xx + 425 pages, glossary, appendix: names of Officers and Men who served in Ferdinand, including Base Staffs, index; frontis, text map, end-paper maps; pictorial boards in dust-jacket; 24 cm; page edges lightly foxed, generally in excellent condition; ISBN 0855505443. Foreword by Geo H Gill. After their devastating victory at Pearl Harbour, the triumphant Japanese pushed down to New Guinea in preparation for their invasion of Australia. Out of this threatening atmosphere emerged the Coast Watchers, a daring group of men often working from enemy occupied territory, whose heroism influenced the final outcome of the war. Their radioed warnings served to smash many Japanese attacks, sink their ships, bring down their aircraft. It was the Coast Watchers who provided the 'tip-off' that enabled Australian and U.S. forces to hold Guadalcanal against the Japanese offensive, a victory crucial to the Pacific War. Includes New Ireland, Solomons, Buna, Vitiaz Straits, New Britain, Hollandia, Wewak, as told by a Royal Australian Naval Officer who played a prominent part in establishing this remarkable system of 'human radar'., Lloyd O'Neil Pty. Ltd. Hawthorn, Melbourne. 1981; Reprint of 1975 edition. ISBN 0855505443;

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Brand New. "International Edition". ISBN number and front cover may be different in rare cases but contents are same as the US edition. Printed in black & white in English language. Territorial restrictions may be printed on the book. For expedited shipping, Get it fast within 3-5 business days by FEDEX/UPS/DHL with Tracking Number. Kindly provide day time phone number in order to ensure smooth delivery. No shipping to PO BOX, APO, FPO addresses.We may ship from Asian regions for inventory purpose.100% Customer satisfaction guaranteed!, Brand New. "International Edition". ISBN number and front cover may be different in rare cases but contents are same as the US edition. Printed in black & white in English language. Territorial restrictions may be printed on the book. For expedited shipping, Get it fast within 3-5 business days by FEDEX/UPS/DHL with Tracking Number. Kindly provide day time phone number in order to ensure smooth delivery. No shipping to PO BOX, APO, FPO addresses.We may ship from Asian regions for inventory purpose.100% Customer satisfaction guaranteed!, Brand New. "International Edition". ISBN number and front cover may be different in rare cases but contents are same as the US edition. Printed in black & white in English language. Territorial restrictions may be printed on the book. For expedited shipping, Get it fast within 3-5 business days by FEDEX/UPS/DHL with Tracking Number. Kindly provide day time phone number in order to ensure smooth delivery. No shipping to PO BOX, APO, FPO addresses.We may ship from Asian regions for inventory purpose.100% Customer satisfaction guaranteed!, Lloyd O'Neil Pty. Ltd. Hawthorn, Melbourne. 1981; Reprint of 1975 edition. ISBN 0855505443;. pages xx + 425 pages, glossary, appendix: names of Officers and Men who served in Ferdinand, including Base Staffs, index; frontis, text map, end-paper maps; pictorial boards in dust-jacket; 24 cm; page edges lightly foxed, generally in excellent condition; ISBN 0855505443. Foreword by Geo H Gill. After their devastating victory at Pearl Harbour, the triumphant Japanese pushed down to New Guinea in preparation for their invasion of Australia. Out of this threatening atmosphere emerged the Coast Watchers, a daring group of men often working from enemy occupied territory, whose heroism influenced the final outcome of the war. Their radioed warnings served to smash many Japanese attacks, sink their ships, bring down their aircraft. It was the Coast Watchers who provided the 'tip-off' that enabled Australian and U.S. forces to hold Guadalcanal against the Japanese offensive, a victory crucial to the Pacific War. Includes New Ireland, Solomons, Buna, Vitiaz Straits, New Britain, Hollandia, Wewak, as told by a Royal Australian Naval Officer who played a prominent part in establishing this remarkable system of 'human radar'., Lloyd O'Neil Pty. Ltd. Hawthorn, Melbourne. 1981; Reprint of 1975 edition. ISBN 0855505443;

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Fine, [PU: Lloyd O'Neil Pty. Ltd. Hawthorn, Melbourne. 1981; Reprint of 1975 edition. ISBN 0855505443;], pages xx + 425 pages, glossary, appendix: names of Officers and Men who served in Ferdinand, including Base Staffs, index; frontis, text map, end-paper maps; pictorial boards in dust-jacket; 24 cm; page edges lightly foxed, generally in excellent condition; ISBN 0855505443. Foreword by Geo H Gill. After their devastating victory at Pearl Harbour, the triumphant Japanese pushed down to New Guinea in preparation for their invasion of Australia. Out of this threatening atmosphere emerged the Coast Watchers, a daring group of men often working from enemy occupied territory, whose heroism influenced the final outcome of the war. Their radioed warnings served to smash many Japanese attacks, sink their ships, bring down their aircraft. It was the Coast Watchers who provided the 'tip-off' that enabled Australian and U.S. forces to hold Guadalcanal against the Japanese offensive, a victory crucial to the Pacific War. Includes New Ireland, Solomons, Buna, Vitiaz Straits, New Britain, Hollandia, Wewak, as told by a Royal Australian Naval Officer who played a prominent part in establishing this remarkable system of 'human radar'.

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THE COAST WATCHERS: AUSTRALIAN WAR CLASSICS GIANT. - used book

1981, ISBN: 0855505443

ID: 14524601627

Fine, [PU: Lloyd O'Neil Pty. Ltd. Hawthorn, Melbourne. 1981; Reprint of 1975 edition. ISBN 0855505443;], pages xx + 425 pages, glossary, appendix: names of Officers and Men who served in Ferdinand, including Base Staffs, index; frontis, text map, end-paper maps; pictorial boards in dust-jacket; 24 cm; page edges lightly foxed, generally in excellent condition; ISBN 0855505443. Foreword by Geo H Gill. After their devastating victory at Pearl Harbour, the triumphant Japanese pushed down to New Guinea in preparation for their invasion of Australia. Out of this threatening atmosphere emerged the Coast Watchers, a daring group of men often working from enemy occupied territory, whose heroism influenced the final outcome of the war. Their radioed warnings served to smash many Japanese attacks, sink their ships, bring down their aircraft. It was the Coast Watchers who provided the 'tip-off' that enabled Australian and U.S. forces to hold Guadalcanal against the Japanese offensive, a victory crucial to the Pacific War. Includes New Ireland, Solomons, Buna, Vitiaz Straits, New Britain, Hollandia, Wewak, as told by a Royal Australian Naval Officer who played a prominent part in establishing this remarkable system of 'human radar'.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780855505448
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0855505443
Hardcover
Paperback
Publishing year: 1981
Publisher: Lloyd O'Neil Pty. Ltd. Hawthorn, Melbourne. 1981; Reprint of 1975 edition. ISBN 0855505443;

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ISBN/EAN: 0855505443

ISBN - alternate spelling:
0-85550-544-3, 978-0-85550-544-8


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