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World War I

Books:Non-Fiction:Military:World War I

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Regimental History - Three Hundred and Forty-First Field Artillery - Eighty-Ninth Division of the National Army, Eighty-Ninth Division Of The National Army
1 Regimental History - Three Hundred and Forty-First Field Artillery - Eighty-Ninth Division of the National Army

Eighty-Ninth Division Of The National ArmyVery Good, Union Bank Note Company, 1919, Kansas City, MO

Hardcover



Red hardcover has some light edge and corner wear. There is a signature in inkon the inside front cover. There are a few stray marks on a couple of the pages. Pages tight and clean; no other noticed markings. Overall good condition. Crossing cannon on the cover. Previous owner name inside front cover. ; 7" x 11"; 196 pages, 

47311

Price: 129.38 USD 116.44 USD 
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German Saints At War, Freeman, Robert & Felt, John
2 German Saints At War

Freeman, Robert & Felt, JohnNew in New Dust Jacket, Cedar Fort, Inc., 2008, 

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. ; During World War II, thousands of young Latter-day Saints became soldiers to fight for their countries. When the Saints at War project started in the year 2000, Directors Robert Freeman and Dennis Wright began their research by focusing on understanding the experiences these Latter-day Saints had during the war. It soon became evident, however, that the story of the war was more involved than just retelling the American experience.
For Latter-day Saints, the story of World War II also involved the powerful experiences endured by Church members from Germany. While modest in comparison to the number of accounts received from American soldier-saints, the story of the German Latter-day Saints was perhaps even more compelling. This book shares the impact of war on German Saints. While most of the stories are firsthand accounts from Latter-day Saints who fought for German forces, this book also provides glimpses into the trials endured by civilian Latter-day Saints, who bore such heavy burdens both during and after the war.
The war was horrible for both sides. The German LDS soldiers had to make choices based on their knowledge and acceptance of the gospel. It is apparent that these soldiers were just as inclined to live the Word of Wisdom, pray for protection, and uphold moral standards, as were their American Latter-day Saint brethren. They also sought for and received direction from Heavenly Father in moments of danger just as Latter-day Saints from America and other nations did.
Drawing from several accounts of German Saints, this book chronicles the effects of war on German Saints, and how through faith and perseverance, they survived this terrible time.
; 7.75" x 10.25"; 288 pages, 

54406

Price: 12.00 USD 10.80 USD 
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German Saints At War, Freeman, Robert & Felt, John
3 German Saints At War

Freeman, Robert & Felt, JohnNew in New Dust Jacket, Cedar Fort, Inc., 2008, 

Hardcover



Brand New! LDS Non-Fiction/Historical/WWII (LDS Books) ; During World War II, thousands of young Latter-day Saints became soldiers to fight for their countries. When the Saints at War project started in the year 2000, Directors Robert Freeman and Dennis Wright began their research by focusing on understanding the experiences these Latter-day Saints had during the war. It soon became evident, however, that the story of the war was more involved than just retelling the American experience.
For Latter-day Saints, the story of World War II also involved the powerful experiences endured by Church members from Germany. While modest in comparison to the number of accounts received from American soldier-saints, the story of the German Latter-day Saints was perhaps even more compelling. This book shares the impact of war on German Saints. While most of the stories are firsthand accounts from Latter-day Saints who fought for German forces, this book also provides glimpses into the trials endured by civilian Latter-day Saints, who bore such heavy burdens both during and after the war.
The war was horrible for both sides. The German LDS soldiers had to make choices based on their knowledge and acceptance of the gospel. It is apparent that these soldiers were just as inclined to live the Word of Wisdom, pray for protection, and uphold moral standards, as were their American Latter-day Saint brethren. They also sought for and received direction from Heavenly Father in moments of danger just as Latter-day Saints from America and other nations did.
Drawing from several accounts of German Saints, this book chronicles the effects of war on German Saints, and how through faith and perseverance, they survived this terrible time.
; 7.75" x 10.25"; 288 pages, 

42292

Price: 29.95 USD 26.96 USD 
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4 The History of the Utah Volunteers in the Spanish-American war and in the Philippine Islands. In Two Parts. Incidents of Camp and Field Life

Prentiss, A.Very Good- with no Dust Jacket, W. F. Ford, 1900, 

Hardcover



Black hardcover with beautiful embossed gold desing and lettering. No lettering or design on spine. Cover is rubbed with some edge wear. Pages are tight and clean. No noticed markings. Overall great condition! ; A Complete History of all the military organizations in which Utah Men Served. Life and Service from the Time of the Muster in to the Day of the Muster Out. In Two Parts. Incidents of Camp and Field Life. Biographical Sketches of Officers and Men engaged in the Service. Rosters. Official Reports. Special Articles by Eminent Writers. Copiously Illustrated. Contents include: General Causes Leading Up to the War, The Conflict Begins, The Cavalry Troop, Torrey's Rough Riders, Battery C, Utah U. S. Volunteers, U. S. Volunteer engineers, Hawaiian Islands, Hawaiian History, U. S. Packers, San Juan, The Volunteers in the Regular Army, The Regular Army, The Colored Soldier, The Red Cross Society, The Call to Arms, Battle of Manila Bay, Historical Sketch of the Philippine Islands, and many more! ; 6.5" x 9"; 430 pages, 

33744

Price: 77.63 USD 69.87 USD 
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