The Brazilian Expeditionary Force by Its Commander

By: de Moraes, Marshal J.B. Mascarenhas

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Second edition, revised and enlarged. Endpapers lightly spotted. 1966 Hard Cover. xxi, 279 pp. 8vo. An English translation of the history of Brazil's armed forces during World War II, written by their commander, with a foreword by Willis D. Crittenberger, Commander General, U.S. IV Corps. Though Brazil's forces fell under the high command of American officers, they were distinctive as the only Latin American presence of division strength in the war, and along with U.S. British, South African, Indian, and Italian troops, liberated nearly 25,000 square miles of Italian land. Includes 7 fold-out map, black-and-white photograph in text.KEYWORDS: MILITARY HISTORY WWII BRAZILIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE

Title: The Brazilian Expeditionary Force by Its Commander

Author: de Moraes, Marshal J.B. Mascarenhas

Categories: World War II, Latin America,

Edition: Second Edition

Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office: 1966

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2205536