7 edition of Code name, Copperhead found in the catalog.
Code name, Copperhead
Joe R. Garner
|Statement||Joe R. Garner, with Avrum M. Fine.|
|Contributions||Fine, Avrum M., 1935-|
|LC Classifications||U53.G37 A3 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||431 p. :|
|Number of Pages||431|
|LC Control Number||94002148|
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Code Name: Copperhead by Joe R Garner ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Ny: Simon & Schuster, ; ISBN 1ST EDITION "CODE NAME: COPPERHEAD" GARNER SPECIAL FORCES H/B BOOK (P4) Great 1ST EDITION hardback book from by Sgt-Major Joe R Garner on his experiences as a Special Forces soldier.
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Copperhead, during the American Civil War, pejoratively, any citizen in the North who opposed the war policy and advocated restoration of the Union through a negotiated settlement with the South.
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