Disaster At Bari by Infield Glenn
New English Library (NEL) 1976. VG, Edgewear, crease, label removal abrasion on front cover, name stamp, remainder mark, browning. One of the best kept secrets of World War II is the fact that on the night of December 2, 1943, over one thousand Allied military personnel and unprotected Italian civilians died at Bari, Italy, when one hundred tons of poison gas was unleashed. Expanded condition report/digital photo on request.