Title: Reminiscences of Chevalier Karl De ...
Publication Date: 1903
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
Presses of Edward H. Lisk, NY. Reminiscenes of an Austrian military man who fought in the Hungarian Revolution before coming to America in 1850. He took sea duty aboard the "Ohio" commanded by Capt. Schenck, to sail to California where he saw the gold settlers. Weiss joined the 20th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment as the Lieutentant Colonel and later Colonel. He saw the Merrimac at Hampton Roads, Fortress Monroe, and the President inspect his regiment. The unit was part of the troops that captured Norfolk, then the regiment moved north and fought in the Seven Days battles. Weiss resigned July 4, 1862. Very good copy of the first edition. Rare, green board with gilt lettering on the front cover. Solid spine and hinges. No dust jacket. 128 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 32244
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