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A Soldier's Guide to ROME96 pagesCompiled and Published by Information & Education Section, Hq., MTOUSAI believe this is the expanded edition.There is no date of publication. The list of clubs, theaters, restaurants and churches were compiled as of March 1, 1945 There are black and white pictures, and the book has a two page map of the center of Rome prepared by I & E Section MTOUSA. The guide measures slightly under 5 x 6.75 inches. The book identifies Red Cross and Service Clubs, Rest Areas, Post Exchanges, Officer and Enlisted clubs, and so forth.It also identifies recreational activities along with churches and synagogues. There is mention that GIs can visit Roman caves where almost 335 Italian hostages were murdered on March 24, 1944.It introduces the GI to the history of Rome, the Church, Vatican and Sights of Rome.There is an overview of touring Rome, along with areas of interest with informal, recommended tours.Major cultural and historical sights are identified. The schedules for Vatican tours are also as of March 1, 1945. There are no torn pages or dogears. Also no extra writing.Comes from a non smoking home.Buyer will pay postage.