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New York's Fighting Sixty-Ninth : a regimental history of service in the Civil War's Irish Brigade and the Great War's Rainbow Division

John Mahon
Books/Monographs
English
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Co., c2004
viii, 268 p. : ill., maps, ports.
0786416300 illustrated case binding : 50# alkaline

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"This is a history of the Fighting 69th, a regiment that served with distinction in the Civil War and World War I and World War II. It is the record of a militia unit, which was founded by Irish immigrants and became one of the finest infantry regiments in the U.S. Army." -- P. 1.

Bibliography: p. 251-256.

Includes index.

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