Edition 1st Edition; 1st Printing
Publisher New York Dial Press 1955
This book is in Very Good- to Near Very Good condition and is lacking the dust jacket. The book and its contents are in generally clean, bright condition. The book covers have some ground-in dirt and toning, especially to the spine and cover edges. The text pages are clean and bright. "The I Corps chemical officer was Col. Harold Riegelman, a distinguished New York attorney who had served in World War I as a gas officer and had since been prominent in Reserve activities. In the words of his commander, he was “a loyal efficient staff officer with an analytical brain who pursued his work with diligence. ”22 Riegelman’s section included an officer assistant, a warrant officer, and six enlisted men.23 On arrival in Australia, Colonel Riegelman at once began to lay plans with Major Arthur of the 41st Division, and to await an opportunity to confer with Captain Sandell of the 32nd Division."