Archie in the A.E.F. :The Creation of the Antiaircraft Service of the United States Army, 1917-1918

By: KIRKPATRICK, Charles Edward

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KIRKPATRICK, Major Charles Edward. Archie in the A.E.F. :The Creation of the Antiaircraft Service of the United States Army, 1917-1918. N.pl.: (US Army Air Defense Artillery School), 1984. Pp. 189. Illustrated. 8vo, light brown ill. card covers. "Archie" was the name given to antiaircraft artillery during World War I, a term of derision that came from the refrain in a popular London music hall song of the time, in which a young woman sought to preserve her virtue, exclaiming "Archibald? Certainly not!". Creasing to lower front cover, small chip to rear top edge, else vg. 35.00

Title: Archie in the A.E.F. :The Creation of the Antiaircraft Service of the United States Army, 1917-1918

Author Name: KIRKPATRICK, Charles Edward

Categories: 41,

Publisher: US Army Air Defense Artillery School, 1984,:

Seller ID: 64126

Keywords: MILITARY UNITED STATES ARMY AVIATION ANTIAIRCRAFT AMERICAN GUNNERY WAR HISTORY,