I've got about an hour's worth of uninterrupted standing and bending in me these days so that's about how much time I spent there. I ended up spending about twelve bucks and came home with 25 or 30 cards. I had no want list so I just picked out cards that struck my fancy. That may not be as satisfying as finding a 'white whale' in a dime box but it is a lot of fun nonetheless.
The set shows 'scenes' from World War II. Why there is a Revolutionary War era soldier gracing the back is a mystery to me. Again, the dealer had a handful of these but I just picked up one. I chose this one because, well, there's a torch carrying Nazi and a leggy blonde damsel-in-distress. My 14-year-old inner self from 1966 made the choice!
I have never heard of this set but here is how Dean's Cards describes it (you can see the checklist there as well):
The original Battle set produced by Topps in 1965 contained 66 cards depicting various battles from World War II. One year later, A &BC Ltd, an English company, produced a replica set of the Topps issue. The most notable difference is that the English version consists of 73 cards instead of 66. The additional seven cards depict leaders and fighters from World War II, including President Roosevelt, General Eisenhowever [sic], the US Marines, the Nazi Army, and several others. Card #73, the last card in the set, is a checklist card.