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Berlin:Verlag von Gebruder Paetel. 1877. 190pp. Original cloth binding with attracive gold-leaf decorative cover. Shows some wear and fading to the edges and spine but remains overall bright. Binding shows some wear to the boards at the ends of the spine. Binding is slightly cocked. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, save for a small stamp at the bottom right corner of the half-title page. Overall, A very good copy. FB013
Munchen:Verlag Frz Nachf. 1933. 307pp. + p. publishers adv. 2nd. edition. Hardbound. Very good to near fine copy. Reprint of 1924 edition written by one of Hitler's admirers that, according to Kershaw's HITLER, 1889-1936, spoke of him in terms of prophet, genius, religious person, political leader, man of will, educator, awakener, liberator and a man of humility and loyalty.
Wurzburg-Aumuhle:Konrad Triltsch Verlag. 1937. 157pp. Hardcover. Binding is worn at the edges and spine with what looks to be several small areas of light water staining to the covers along with some light soiling. Otherwise in good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a good, tight copy.
[vi], -771pp. + 4 fold. colored maps + 40pp. publisher's advertisments. There is a previous owners name on the top of the first free fly-leafy and although both hinges have cracked this is still a very good,tight copy. Externally, spine chipped at top and cloth light wear and some fading from exposure to sun.
Munich: C. Bertelsmann Verlag. (1978). 416 pp. Plates. Text in German. No dust jacket. Mild shelf wear to boards, and some bumping to edge points. Previous owner's inscription on first fep. Pages clean with very slight foxing to edges. A very good copy.
[Lexington]: University Press of Kentucky. (1969). 328pp. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Book a very good, tight, clean copy. Dust jacket bright, but lightly frayed at edges. S005.
83pp. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Internally a fine copy. Dust jacket frayed at edges. Author was senior United States representative in Germany between 1945 and 1949.
Princeton:Princeton University Press. 1964. 506pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is significantly worn at the edges with several small chips and tears along with a few pieces missing entirely. Some soiling to covers; spine is sun-faded. Book itself is only mildly shelf-worn, however. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, save for a previous owner's stamp on the inside front board and first free end paper. Overall, this is a very good copy with a fair dust jacket.
Princeton: Princeton University Press. 1959. 486pp. Illus. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Previous owner\'s hand stamp inside front cover. Very light fraying at ends of spine. Otherwise a very good, tight, clean copy. Dust jacket, still in one piece, but quite worn and discolored.
Hamburg:Das Topographikon. (1976). 127pp. Illustrated in color. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is lightly worn at the edges and spine with a some mild fraying but otherwise in very good condition. Binding shows only some light shelf-wear. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy. In four languages: German, English, Italian, and French. FB007
RELIGIOUS LIFE IN GERMANY DURING THE ARS OF INDEPENDENCE. A Series of Historical and Biographical Sketches.
Translated, with the authors sanction, by Mrs. G. Sturge. London:Strahan & Co. 1872. 2nd edition. 491pp. Ex-library copy. Light bit of foxing to prelims; small library book plate pasted-down inside front cover; small faded library stamp lower corner of title-page; white ink library number on lower part of spine; otherwise, an excellent copy.
NY:Alfred A. Knopf. (1965). 392pp. Hard bound. Aside from a circled red h stamped on the first free end page, a very good clean copy. Translated from the German by James Cleugh. This translation from the 3rd. German edition.
Philadelphia: Lea Brothers. (1905). 415 pp. Extensively illustrated plus 24 full page plates. Hard bound. Ex-library copy. Library book plate pasted down inside front cover. Library card pocket in rear. Circular embossed library stamp on title page. Rebound in quality buckram binding. Internally a fine clean copy. Does not appear to have ever been used. Volume VI of A HISTORY OF ALL NATIONS. Book I. Part 1: PRIMEVAL TIMES AND THE HEROIC AGE OF GERMANY. Part 2: THE MIGRATIONS OF THE NORTHERN TRIBES. Book 2: THE GERMAN STATES ON ROMAN SOIL. S026.
Cambrdige:Harvard University Press. 1988. 226pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is worn at the edges with some light soiling to the covers. Binding is mildly shelf-worn but otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy. FB019
New York; Oxford University Press, 1944. Hardcover, no dj. Second Editon with new Appendix. xix+649pp. Good condition. Gray cloth boards well worn with some grime, spine darkened and mottled. Owner info penned to ffep, which is also torn at top with large missing portion. Table of Contents pages have some red-pencil markings. Otherwise, interior is clean, square and tighly bound. "...in which Neumann tried to show that behind the authoritarian and autocratic facade of the Nazi regime, there was ultimately nothing but unbridled terror, egotism and arbitrariness on the part of certain social groups" (cfm)
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