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1 United States Army I Corps History of the Occupation of Japan.
I Corps, United States Army 1945 Self-wraps Good with No dust jacket as issued 
200 pages, many situation maps (some folding) , pictorial covers, covers frayed, some foxing otherwise very good. 8.5 by 11 inches, bound with metal fasteners. Scarce. From the foreword by R. B. Woodruff, Major General, U. S. Army: "On 25 September 1945, 23 days after that historical Sunday on which representatives of nine Allied Nations met aboard the USS Missouri to witness the signing, by the Japanese, of the surrender terminating World War II, the advance elements of I Corps landed on the Island of HONSHU, Japan. In a short time and without opposition, I Corps troops extended their initial beachhead and assumed control of key Japanese installations within their respective zones of responsibility." Contents: Brief history of I COrps, Concept of the Occuption of HONSHU, I Corps Mission, Part I: Preparation and Movement; Part II: Tactical Phases of the Ground Operation; Part III: Intelligence; Part IV: Lessons Learned and Recommendations. Annexes: A. Personnel (G-1). B. Logistics (G-4) : 1. Chemical Warfare; 2. Engineer; 3. Ordnance; 4. Quartermaster; 5. Signal. C. Artillery. D. Medical. E. Rosters of officers. Map of Western HONSHU. 
Price: 200.00 USD
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