Author:E.H. WITHINGTON

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1942 - 1945 ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPT DIARY HANDWRITTEN BY A LESS THAN ENCHANTED, CRITICAL ARMY AIR FORCE RADIOMAN FROM HONEYMOON IN QUEBEC TO THE PACIFIC THEATRE AND THE WAR AGAINST JAPAN

By: E.H. WITHINGTON

Price: $2,285.99

Publisher: PACIFIC THEATER SOUTH PACIFIC, 1942

Seller ID: 0002138

Condition: Good+


On offer is a fascinating, original 1942 - 1945 World War II manuscript diary handwritten by an American Army Air Force radioman Sergeant E.H. Withington who ultimately ends up in the Pacific theatre. Not a combat soldier the diary is a well-written, insightful, personal commentary on his call up all the more poignant as he begins on his honeymoon and then his adjustment to war. Historians and researchers of World War II will appreciate the very frank, sometimes very critical comments and observations that Sgt. Withington shares in his uncensored and sometimes provocative writings; the inducem... View more info