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Believed first edition. In original wraps. Isbn#0965619532. With several small black and white photos in text, as well as some charts and graphs. 91 pages. An historical study of the Coast Guard's methods, uses and successes in applying intelligence techniques to stop the flow of illegal liquor into the United States, by sea, during Prohibition. This work draws on Coast Guard archives and explores intelligence and counterintelligence methods by both the USCG and the rumrunners. Also included are details on the various vessels employed by the USCG and their foes. In NEAR FINE condition. Light scuffing to the extremities of the book. Text clean and tight.
Title: Intelligence in the Rum War at Sea, 1920-1933. With an introduction by Admiral Robert E. Kramek. Edited by Russell G. Swenson.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Washington DC, Joint Military Intelligence College: 2001
ISBN Number: 0965619532
ISBN Number 13: 9780965619530
Binding: Original Wraps
Book Condition: Near Fine
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 001120
Keywords: Coast Guard Military Naval