Chicago: Ziff-Davis Publishing Company, 1943.
Hardcover. Very Good. 307 pp, illustrated. Corners lightly bumped, else minimal wear; clean and tightly bound. No dust jacket. "Liberia was the first neutral state in Africa to be occupied by American fighting forces in the present global war. This was serveral months before the spectacular invansion of Morocco and Algeria ... What stakes had we in this little country, and why did our troops on landing find the people so American in their speech and customs, why was this occupation so welcomed by the Liberians? The answer is to be found in a lost chapters of American history" (Preface).