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Pursuits of war : the people of Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia, in the Second World War

by Gertrude Dana Parlier and other ; edited by W. Edwin Hemphill
Parlier, Gertrude Dana (Main Author)
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English
Charlottesville, Virginia : Albemarle County Historical Society (Virginia), c1948
xxiv, [2], 429 p. : ill., ports.

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Includes bibliography.

Includes index.

Contains a history of the involvement of Albemarle County and the independent city of Charlottesville in World War II.

Includes Gold Star honor roll of Albemarle County and Blue Star honor roll of Charlottesville City.

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