A scarce book for troops being transported across the seas in ships.
What To Do Aboard The Transport, Science From Shipboard; Science Service, Washington & Infantry Journal, Washington, 1943. Soft covers, 268 pages, with some illustrations.
“The book also contains, in its sections covering Navigation of Small Boats, and Exposure and Thirst, material that may in wartime mean the difference between life and death for many men. At the very least, What To Do Aboard a Transport will help speed the slow days of voyage.”
Certainly not mandatory reading for the typical GI, and most likely a book picked up by a officer. Not commonly seen in collections of Soldier’s belongings.
Very good condition.