Title: The Martial Spirit
Publisher: The Literary Guild of America, NY
Publication Date: 1931
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition
The Literary Guild of America, NY. Subtitled, “A Study of Our War with Spain”. A narrative of the Spanish-American War, Millis examines the leading names from the period, Teddy Roosevelt, William Randolph Hearst, Admiral George Dewey, Henry Cabot Lodge and others. Starting the sinking of the USS Maine in Havana Harbor and ending with the charge up San Juan Hill and Admiral Dewey taking Manila. Good+ copy of the first edition in a good- dust jacket. The book’s upper 1/2 inch of the spine is slightly discolored, otherwise it would be very good. The dust jacket has edge wear and a missing 2 inch by 1 inch section on the bottom of the back cover. 427 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 21206
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