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Joseph Stilwell General "The Stilwell Papers" Book Signed Autograph Photos WW II First Edition

Stilwell, Joseph General The Stilwell Papers Book Signed Autograph Photos WW II First Edition
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Stilwell, Joseph General "The Stilwell Papers" Book Signed Autograph Photos WW II First Edition
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Stilwell, Joseph General The Stilwell Papers Book Signed Autograph Photos WW II First EditionStilwell, Joseph General The Stilwell Papers Book Signed Autograph Photos WW II First EditionStilwell, Joseph General The Stilwell Papers Book Signed Autograph Photos WW II First EditionStilwell, Joseph General The Stilwell Papers Book Signed Autograph Photos WW II First EditionStilwell, Joseph General The Stilwell Papers Book Signed Autograph Photos WW II First EditionStilwell, Joseph General The Stilwell Papers Book Signed Autograph Photos WW II First EditionStilwell, Joseph General The Stilwell Papers Book Signed Autograph Photos WW II First EditionStilwell, Joseph General The Stilwell Papers Book Signed Autograph Photos WW II First Edition
Joseph Stilwell-"The Stilwell Papers"-1948-William Sloane-5 1/2" X 8"-353 pages-Hardcover Book-First Edition-With Photos- Signed By Author.Joseph Warren Stilwell (March 19, 1883 October 12, 1946) was a United States Army general who served in the China Burma India Theater during World War II. His caustic personality was reflected in the nickname "Vinegar Joe".Although distrustful of his Allies, Stilwell showed himself to be a capable and daring tactician in the field but a lack of resources meant he was continually forced to improvise. He famously differed as to strategy, ground troops versus air power, with his subordinate, Claire Chennault, who had the ear of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek. General George Marshall, the Army Chief of Staff, acknowledged he had given Stilwell "one of the most difficult" assignments of any theater commander.A hand signed Cut signature by Joseph Stilwell with a fountain pen in black has been affixed to the title page of the book. The cut signature portion is approximately 1" X 4".............BOTH BOOK AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.