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Reissued book charts Delaware's wartime role.


'Delaware's Role in World War II', first published in 1955, has been re-released by the Delaware Heritage Commission.

The book chronicles the efforts of more than 10,000 citizens from Delaware during World War II.

'Delaware's Role in World War II' was originally published in a limited run of two volumes but is now available as one complete edition.

It is priced at USD25 in hardcover and USD15 for the softcover edition.
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Title Annotation:'Delaware's Role in World War II'
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Date:Aug 21, 2003
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