General Marshall's victory report : biennial report
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Great Bend, Kan. : Distributed by the American Legion Auxiliary, Argonne Post No. 180, [1945?].
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Various pagings : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
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English

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Cover title: General Marshall's victory report on the winning of World War II in Europe and the Pacific : with an added section featuring the contributions made by our own community toward the winning of the war : historic handbook for every American.
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Second group of pages lists "Gold Stars" [service personnel killed] and details Great Bend's men and women serving in World War II.

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APA Citation (style guide)

United States. War Dept. General Staff., & Marshall, G. C. 1. (1945). General Marshall's victory report: biennial report . Distributed by the American Legion Auxiliary, Argonne Post No. 180.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

United States. War Dept. General Staff and George C. 1880-1959. Marshall. 1945. General Marshall's Victory Report: Biennial Report. Great Bend, Kan.: Distributed by the American Legion Auxiliary, Argonne Post No. 180.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

United States. War Dept. General Staff and George C. 1880-1959. Marshall. General Marshall's Victory Report: Biennial Report Great Bend, Kan.: Distributed by the American Legion Auxiliary, Argonne Post No. 180, 1945.

MLA Citation (style guide)

United States. War Dept. General Staff., and George C. 1880-1959 Marshall. General Marshall's Victory Report: Biennial Report Distributed by the American Legion Auxiliary, Argonne Post No. 180, 1945.

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