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New York:G.P. Putnams. (1956). 350pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is lightly worn at the edges with some soiling to the covers. Otherwise in very good condition. Book itself shows some mild shelf-wear. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy. FB041 overall, this is a very good copy with a good cust
[Geneva]: Zodiaque. l958. 339pp. Illus. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Book in very good + condition. Jacket however, frayed at edges. In French language, but English and German resumes at end of book. S100.
New York:W. W. Norton and Company, Inc. (1934). 1st edition. 166pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book has lightly age-toned end-pages, as well as a previous owners name stamped to 1st free end page but otherwise is in very good condition. The dust jacket is soiled and shelf-worn, with some chipping to edges but still in one piece and doing it's job. *Can Democracy survive? An account of the way the post-war crises have been met by various forms of government, with full attention to the recent rapid march of events.
New York:Harper and Brothers Publishers. (1953), 564pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition. Dust jacket is lightly soiled and shelf-worn, still in very good condition. *From the dust jacket..."With this epochal study of the rise of European communism, up to the forging of the Iron Curtain, the Tito-Stalin rift and other post-war developments, Dr. Franz Bokenau has, in the words of the London Economist, 'done the free world a great and well-timed service.' ...traces the expansion, withdrawals, subterfuges and deceits of Russian power with an intimate knowledge of the dangerous and often little known men involved, and of their paradoxical tactics and shifts of line."
Paris: Librairie Felix Alcan. 1913. 173 pp. Softcover. Covers are lightly soiled with some writing to front cover. Spine strip is worn with print faded and chipping to bottom edge with a small inch long tear to front cover spine edge. Internally, light foxing/soiling to the first couple of pages and light age-toning throughout. Text in french. Overall, a near very good copy.
Lisboa:Agencia Geral Das Colonias. 1948. 258pp. Illustrated. Wraps. Covers are worn with a few small chips and tears to the edges and some mild staining and sunning towards the spine. Interior is clean and free of stray markings. Plates are clean and bright. Overall, this is a very good copy.
New York; W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., . First Edition. Hardcover with DJ. 304 pp. Very Good condition in Good- DJ. Jacket is moderately rubbed with fading to spine and small tears at the extremities; the book-facing side of the jacket is heavily foxed, some of which shows through to the back cover and flaps of the jacket. The boards are clean and largely unaffected by the jacket foxing. A bit of foxing to the ffep/front pastedown, but otherwise the interior is clean and bright, unmarked, and securely bound. The story of the second regent of the Netherlands, sister of Charles V, and her role in the struggle for power in 16th century Europe. (cfm)
New York; National Committee for a Free Europe,Inc.,1953. First Edition. Softcover. 197pp. Very Good condtion. Illustrated front cover pretty clean, foxing to spine and rear cover. A bit of dust spotting to page edges. Some foxing to pages 171-172. Otherwise internally clean, unmarked and well bound. "Mid-Europe, conflict zone between East and West, has been disproportionately neglected by American scholars and students of international affairs. This selective bibliography is intended to facilitate access to published materials on the historical, political, economic, and cultural development of this crucial area." (cfm)
Budapest:(Miklos Nagy). 1948. 61pp. Illustrated with a folding map. Hardcover. Plain grey boards lightly soiled. Internally, some erased marks to top outer edge of 1st free end page otherwise no previous owners marks or signatures. A good solid copy.
Tallinn; 1940. First Edition. Softcover. 156pp. Good condition. Waterstains to covers, and to margins throughout, Light foxing to title page. Otherwise clean, unmarked, and tightly bound. Collection of articles in English, French and German. (cfm)
Oxford:Clarendon Press, Oxford. 1994 x+579pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Both book and dust jacket in very good, clean condition.
THE ARMIES OF ASIA AND EUROPE: EMBRACING OFFICIAL REPORTS ON THE ARMIES OF JAPAN, CHINA, INDIA, PERSIA, ITALY, RUSSIA, AUSTRIA, GERMANY, FRANCE, AND ENGLAND. Accompanied by letters descriptive of a journey from Japan to the Caucasus
New York:D. Appleton and Company. 1878. 1st edition. ix + 446pp. + 1pp ads. Ex-library, with white numbers on spine, small bookplate on inside front board (stamped discard), and a small inkstamp on the title page. No other markings found. Heavy foxing through vii, thereafter light and scattered throughout. Page edges soiled. Blue boards with light soiling and shelfwear as well as an old stain vertically on the front board, as if something dripped down. Binding is tight and hinges intact. Overall a good solid copy.
Baltimore:James S. Waters. 1852. 450pp.+ errata sheet. Hardcover. Cloth over boards worn at edges and edge points. Both spine ends chipped and frayed and paper label to spine is chipped as well. Internally, end-pages are slightly shelfworn with a couple of penciled notes and some light foxing to first couple of pages, otherwise pages are clean and bright. The binding is tight and hinges intact. Overall, a very good copy.
VICTOR ADLERS AUFSATZE, REDEN UND BRIEFE. Herausgegeben vom Parteivorstand der Arbeiterpartei Deutschosterreichs. Erstes Heft: Victor Adler und Friedrich Engels
Wien:Verlag der Wiener Volksbuchandlung. 1922. 192pp. Wrps. 1st edition. Covers lightly soiled and age toned with small chips to edges. Front cover still attached but starting to seperate top and bottom (about 1/2 inch). Interior pages browned and age-toned with no previous owners marks or signatures.
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