Winston-Salem, North Carolina: John F. Blair, Publisher, 1989. Half-tone photographs. First Edition. Cloth and boards. Square 4to,maroon quarter cloth with black lettering on spine over gray boards, illustrated with B&W images (many from Civil War pictures), light beige endpapers,[viii] + 207 pages +  Colophon. Very Fine / Fine. Item #5905
"Adolph August Hoehling (1914-2004) was a writer and military historian. He worked as an editor, journalist, and author. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, and it was his experience there as a lieutenant commander of the Armed Guard on merchant vessels that provided inspiration for his memoir, "The Fighting Liberty Ships." He published at least thirty titles of historical non-fiction, focusing on the Civil War, the Great War, and World War II."--SNAC
SUPERIOR CONDITION throughout of an exciting selection of naval battles from the Civil War.