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BLOOD ON THE BORDER The United States Army and the Mexican Irregulars
CLENDENEN, Clarence C.

BLOOD ON THE BORDER
BLOOD ON THE BORDER
BLOOD ON THE BORDER
BLOOD ON THE BORDER
BLOOD ON THE BORDER

Toronto The Macmillan Company 1969 (xviii) 390 pages. First Edition. SIGNED/INSCRIBED in ink by Author Clendenen on a front free endpaper to Custer historian John M. Carroll, "To J M Carroll with sincere regards / Clarence C. Clendenen". Illustrated dust jacket. Bookplate of John M. Carroll, also SIGNED in ink by Carroll. Illustrated primarily from vintage photographs. Maps. Map endpapers. Cloth. 6 1/2" x 9 1/2". Bibliography. Index. The history of U.S./Mexican border clashes with robbers, hostile Indians, Mexicans, settlers and freebooters, reaching a climax during the Mexican Revolution of 1916 and the punitive expedition of American forces under General John Pershing into Mexico to capture Pancho Villa. The author claims that this represented a transition from 19th to 20th century warfare. From the jacket blurb: "Clarence Clendenen tells for the first time the bitter, vivid story of this exciting but often overlooked episode in American military history." A FINE copy in a Very Good or better (some edgewear; slight chipping) price-intact dust jacket, now in a clear, mylar protective sleeve . ALWAYS free shipping via USPS media mail to any United States address.


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Jacket Condition: Very Good
Binding: Cloth
Condition: Fine

Book Id: 1618

Price: $45.00

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