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    [Military Biography]. Pair of Titles, One of Which is SIGNED. Includes: General H. Norman Schwarzkopf. General H. Norman Schwarzkopf: The Autobiography. It Doesn't Take a Hero. New York: Linda Grey Bantam Books, [1992].
    Oliver L. North. Under Fire: An American Story. [New York:] HarperCollins Publishers, [1991]. First Editions. One, General H. Norman Schwarzkopf: The Autobiography, is signed by the author. Octavos. Publisher's bindings in dust jackets. Some rubbing to extremities. Light scattered foxing on edges of one. Very good.


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    August, 2015
    20th Thursday
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