A Pocket Guide To PANAMA: Special Service Div, US Army WWII Pocket Guides Series

By: War and Navy Departments

Price: $17.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good


013699: PANAMA. Booklet was created and given to US Military personnel going overseas during WWII, to explain the country, its people, customs, common words/phrases to be used, and is illustrated with maps and drawings. This particular copy has its original owner's name (Lieut. jg. Bushy) neatly written at the top of the first page. Booklet covers and pages are clean, unmarked (except as indicated), bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. If interested, I have several other language volumes in this WWII Military Personnel Pocket Guide Series available. Content Chapters include: Hello * Long Ago * Singeing the King's Beard * Who Didn't Dig the Ditch * Who Did Dig the Ditch * Wildlife Without Women * Snakes vs. Lightning * Country and Climate * Who Lives Where and How * Who Runs the Republic * The People * Not the San Blast Indians * What To See and Do * Your Health * Hints - Perhaps Helpful * Hints on Pronunciation * Greetings and General Phrases.: 4.25 x 5.25 in.: 81 pages

Title: A Pocket Guide To PANAMA: Special Service Div, US Army WWII Pocket Guides Series

Author Name: War and Navy Departments

Categories: General, 20th Century, General,

Edition: First Edition: First Printing

Publisher: Washington, D. C., U. S. Government Printing Office: 1943

Binding: Pamphlet

Book Condition: Very Good

Store ID: 013699

Keywords: Wartime Languages History