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ANCON, CRISTOBAL & PANAMA: 1939 - "Tour of Duty" - WW2 story

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Panama Line:  “Tour of Duty: The War Story of the ANCON, CRISTOBAL, PANAMA” – a sixteen-page booklet describing Panama line’s trio in hazardous war conditions.  Although undated, it is from the late 1940s. 

What a dramatic story!  ANCON saw the most action with tours in both the Atlantic and Pacific.  She served as the only communication ship in the European Theatre and participated in the invasions of North Africa, Sicily, Salerno, and Normandy.  Later in the Pacific the ANCON saw action in the Okinawa campaign.  Her final achievement was serving as the press ship in Tokyo Bay during the surrender of the Japanese.  CRISTOBAL and PANAMA served as transport ships in both the Atlantic and Pacific.  The booklet is filled with photos of the ships in action. 

Very good condition with a semi-bend down the center.

 

 

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