91st Division August 1917 – January 1945


An abbreviated history of the 91st Infantry Division from WWI through early 1945.

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This interesting little booklet provides a sweeping commemoration of the activities of the 91st Infantry Division from when it was first activated at Camp Lewis in August of 1917 to its defensive positions in Italy north of Futa Pass in January, 1945. Summaries of the actions are supplemented by maps, photographs, and illustrations.

Accompanied by a folding city plan of Rome showing the American military installations throughout the city. Dated April 1945 – possibly acquired by a soldier in the unit who was on leave?

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Publication Date: 1945

Author: Information Education Section MTOUSA

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Condition: B

Condition Description: 92 pp. booklet, 4.75" x 6.5", with stapled binding and illustrated paper covers. Pages are heavily toned and damp stained in the upper right corner, with resulting paper loss in the first several pages as a result. Chipped in the lower right corner. Accompanied by a folding map of Rome that measures approximately 14.4" x 10.9" and is moderately creased, worn, and discolored in the upper left corner.


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