Brigadier General Frank Howley
G.P. Putnamís Sons, NY. The story of the military relations between the Americans and the Russians in Berlin during the first 5 years after WWII. During this time the two countries went from being Allies to being Cold War opponents. General Howley served as the Vice Commandant and then Commmandant of US forces in Berlin. The Berlin Airlift was in operation during is time in the city. Good copy of the first edition in a good- dust jacket. The book has a little white staining from the back of the dust jacket. The dust jacket has edge wear, a heavily sun faded spine and the bottom 1.5 inches of the spine is missing. 276 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 26015
Title: Brigadier General Frank Howley
Publisher: G.P. Putnamís Sons, NY
Publication Date: 1950
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
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