Title: United States Naval Advanced Amphibious Base - Plymouth, England, 1943-1945
Author: USNR Lt. Carroll Perry, Jr., et al. (editors)
Description: Staple-bound in printed card covers. Extensively illustrated; three leaves with die-cut windows.  pages. 9 x 7 inches. Foreword by Capt. W. F. [William Freeman] Royall. Rare. Three copies noted on OCLC (US Naval Academy, San Francisco Maritime Research Center Archives, Plymouth Libraries (UK)).
A short history and pictorial presentation of the United States Naval Advanced Amphibious Base in Plymouth, Devon, England, 1944-1945. Includes identified portraits of top officers and department heads, pictures of the Queen Anne Battery, Cattedown Quarry storage, the Plymouth Hoe, Manadon Naval Field Hospital, Martin's Wharf, Shapter's Field, Saltash, the chaplain corps, many depictions of the sailor's life and recreation at and near the base, and more.
Binding: Staple bound soft cover
Condition: Very Good
Publisher: Underhill Ltd., Printers
Place: Plymouth, England
Keywords: Navy, World War II, WWII, Devon, England, American bases, history, naval, naval yards, naval stations,
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