Signed limited first edition of MacArthur’s autobiography, number 423 of 1750 copies signed by the famous American General. “MacArthur’s career was one of the longest and most controversial of any American military figure, including active service as a general from 1918 to 1951.
His genius as a leader was demonstrated most lucidly in his pioneering reforms as West Point superintendent; his bold and imaginative campaigns, with minimum logistical support, during the war against Japan; and, perhaps most important, his enlightened administration of the Japanese occupation”
Published in the year of his death in New York: McGraw-Hill, (1964). With color frontispiece photographic portrait and 20 plates of photographic illustrations, four in color. Includes original slipcase.
A fine signed copy.
New York: Published by John Reid, 1796. Folio. Mounted on guards throughout, facsimile title page, 21 engraved maps and plan on 20 leaves (2 folding, 17 double-page and 2 single-page...
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