Offered for sale from 1943 is this WWII era sheet music titled, What Do You Do in The Infantry. The is the Official Marching Song of the 264th Infantry Regiment by Frank Loesser. It is copyrighted in 1943 by Saunders Publications of Hollywood, California. Pvt. Frank Loesser also wrote "Praise The Lord and Pass The Ammunition" and "In My Arms".
This sheet music has two pages with a photo of Pvt. Frank Loesser on the back cover. This is just one of the many great WWII era pieces of sheet music written and performed by Big Bands and famous female and men artists all throughout WWII. The Big Band leader Glenn Miller performed this song in 1944 in England at a Bond Rally and can be watched on the internet. This is the only live filmed performance of Glenn Miller during WWII as he entertains the troops and lasts less then ten minutes.
**Condition: The front and back covers are in fair to good- condition. The inside pages are in good condition. *Covers: There is wear to the spine, a 1/16" tear at the top and bottom of the spine; minor chipping along the right and bottom front edges, and a tiny crease mark at the top and bottom front corners. There is a large(2" long x 1 1/2" wide)tanish stain along the spine on the back cover; and a few tiny stains along the bottom edge; chipping along the top, left, and bottom back edges, and a tiny crease mark at the top and bottom left back corners.
A neat gift to give to your dad or a grandparent who served in the 264th Infantry Regiment during WWII. God Bless Our Vets!!!
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