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Military Operations, France and Belgium, 1917, Vol.2

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Malcolm12hl

Can anybody direct me to an online copy of Military Operations, France and Belgium, 1917, Vol.2?  As far as I can see the archive.org site does not have this volume, and I haven't been able to find it anywhere else.  I would be grateful for any guidance.

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Skipman

I think so far only Vol I and the appendices 1917 have been uploaded. I very recently contacted them and asked when the other volumes might be uploaded and received this reply

 

Thanks for contacting us.

We cannot predict when or if specific materials will be added.


Thanks for using archive.org

 

Mike

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stiletto_33853

Do you need anything in particular Malcolm as I have a full set at home.

 

Andy

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paulgranger
5 minutes ago, Maureene said:

I can see a version full view on HathiTrust, stated to be in copyright in USA, but perhaps you can see it in the UK.

1917 Volume II 7th June-10th November Messines and Third Ypres (Passchendaele) published 1948. HathiTrust Digital Library.

 

Cheers

Maureen

That link seems to work for me, and I'm in the UK

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Malcolm12hl

Thank you all for such prompt and comprehensive assistance - I have found just the image I was looking for.

 

Malcolm

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Skipman

Thanks Maureene. Do you know if it's possible to copy and paste these versions?

 

Mike

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Maureene

I don't know whether you can copy and paste.

If not, I believe it is possible to download individual pages. Perhaps you could then use an OCR program.

 

 If you had the patience, you could download the entire book.

 

 Someone on another Forum said

"I read the terms and conditions and it seems if I accidentally "shared" a page or more of a book I downloaded, I could be in trouble. Unless someone knows differently."

 

Cheers

Maureen

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