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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.
From their arrival on the shores of the Adriatic to the present day, with some account of the Gothic, Roman, Greek, Illyrian, and Prehistoric Periods of the Ancient Illyricum and Pannonia. New York:Philosophical Library. (1955). xvi+134pp+64pp plates. With 2 maps in rear pocket. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good, clean copy inside and out. The dust jacket is very good, light soiling and rubbing to spine strip, with some very minor edge wear. It is not price clipped.
AGRARIAN REFORM IN ROUMANIA AND THE CASE OF THE HUNGARIAN OPTANTS IN TRANSYLVANIA BEFORE THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
(Paris):(Imprimerie du Paris). 1927. xiv+320pp. Flexi-cover boards. Boards lightly soiled and shelfworn along edges. Gilt on spine dulled. Internally end pages slightly age toned with an ex-libris stamp in inside front board, with a small signature underneath and same ex-libris stamp to copyright page. Otherwise clean with paper slight age-toned. The binding is tight and hinges intact. *"This book comprises a series of opinions on the so-called Hungarian optants question. This question of the Hungarian optants in Transylvania has its origin in the agrarian reform which, for imperative reasons of social welfare, Roumania was forced to introduce before the Great War."...Foreward.
London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd. . First Edition. Hardcover w/jacket. Illustrated with many full page b/w photographs. 135pp. Good condition in a Good jacket. Jacket is shelfworn with grime and with several small repaired tears. Blue cloth boards are clean with a bump to the top front near the spine. Some dust spotting to page edges. Light foxing to front and rear endpapers. Main text block is clean, unmarked and unfoxed. Binding is tight. "The road to freedom is uphill and difficult for the Kingdom of Albania, but sooner or later provision will have to be made for this little country so that she may enjoy her own government....profusely illustrated with a series of remarkably fine photographs depicting many phases of Albanian life." (cfm)
Princeton, NJ:Princeton University Press. 1967. 1st edition. 261pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition, inside and out. The dust jacket is very good with some sun-fading along spine strip and light shelfwear. *"This is the first complete history in any language of the Finnish Communist Party, one of the most active and popular Communist parties outside the Sino-Soviet bloc."...dj.
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.
Prague: Tiskem Cyrillo-Methodejske Knihtiskarny. 1893. First Edition. xvi+502pp.+xviii+numerous fold-out illustrations at rear. Hardcover in 3/4 leather. Marbled page edges. Very Good+ condition. Leather shows quite a bit of wear, including wear through at points. Interior however is near fine; the pages are age toned but clean and unmarked with sharp edges and no foxing. The binding is square and tight. A very nice original copy. (cfm)
London:Oxford University Press. 1922. 106pp. Hardcover. Brown boards soiled, shelfworn and slightly warped. Internally, end-pages age toned with slight foxing to first and last few pages, but otherwise free of previous owners marks or signatures. Many pages still uncut. Overall, a good solid copy.
New York:Frederick A. Praeger, Publisher. (1963). 1st American edition. xxiv+468pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition inside and out. Dust jacket, while lightly shelfworn along edges, is still in very good condition as well. *"The Potsdam Conference, which delivered half of Europe into the Soviet Orbit, was surely a defeat for the Western democracies. But it was only a link in a long chain of faulty appraisals of the determination of totalitarian leaders to destroy European stability and freedom. This first pre-history of the Conference, written by a member of the German Bundestag, analyzes the events in Central Europe during the hundred years that began with the liberal revolutions of 1848."...dj
Oxford; The Clarendon Press, 1953. Hardcover, no dj. ix+381pp+12pp photographic plates. A Fine copy. Owner name penned to ffep. Otherwise nearly as new. A collection of articles pertaining to Greek geographical history, including Greek Colonization, Greek city states, geographic impact on literature, and much more. (cfm)
Chicago:Henry Regnery Company 1957. 1st edition. xiii+257pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Slight age-toning to paper and end-pages, but otherwise a very good clean copy, inside and out. The dust jacket is lighlty soiled and edgeworn but still in very good condition.
London:Victor Gollancz Ltd. 1935. 287pp. Illustrated with photographs and line drawings by Alexander Bozhinoff. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good condition, with gilt on spine still bright but worn along edges and edge points. Page edges soiled/foxed. Internally, end-papers are slightly age-toned with shadows of old bookseller notes now erased on 1st free end-page. The binding is tight and hinges intact. The dust jacket is still in one piece but age-toned and soiled, with wear to all edges and folds, including small chips/tears.
HISTORY OF GIBRALTAR AND OF ITS POLITICAL RELATION TO EVENTS IN EUROPE; FROM THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE MOORISH DYNASTY IN SPAIN TO THE LAST MOROCCO WAR, AND AN ACCOUNT OF THE FOURTEEN SIEGES THE ROCK HAS SUSTAINED SINCE IT BECAME A FORTRESS.
London: Saunders, Otley, and Co. 1862. First Edition. Full leather. viii+520pp. Folding map opposite p1. Three colored plates opposite frontis, p8, and p25. A good solid copy. Embossed leather boards rubbed and lightly soiled; spine leather appears to have separated to some degree and then been re-glued, and has some chipiping at top,bottom and side. Bookplate to front pastedown and bookseller marks to ffep. Some light foxing up to title page, thereafter very clean. Securely bound. (cfm)
New York:Random House. (1938). 3rd printing. 420pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Boards lightly soiled and worn along edges. Page ends soiled. Internally, end pages age toned but free of previous owners marks or signatures. The binding is tight and hinges intact. The dust jacket is not price clipped but is soiled and worn along edges and folds with some chipping and tears, including a chip to the top spine end. Overall, a very good copy with a good dust jacket. * "In this white-hot book Douglas Red tells the story of European events from the Versailles Treaty to the invasion of Austria. But here are no glib generalizations by a political commentator who reads the same newspaper reports that you do; here, rather, is a sensational disclosure of the true objectives and secret machinations of the men who shape history--a disclosure by a writer who for fifteen years has made it his business to find out what really happens around green baize tables."...dj
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