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Moscow:Foeign Languages Publishing House. 1954. 344pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Green cloth lightly soiled and selfworn along edges. Internally, end-pages slightly age-toned but otherwise a very good, clean copy
DIARY OF AN AUSTRIAN SECRETARY OF LEGATION AT THE COURT OF CZAR PETER THE GREAT (No. 8: Russia Through European Eyes)
New York:Da Capo Press. 1968. 2 Volumes in one. xx+299pp and 304pp. Facsimile reprint of the 1863 edition. Hardcover. Red boards with stain where something splashed on the top edge of the front board and some additional staining from dust residue to bottom edges. Page edges lightly soiled from dust residue. Internally, a very good, clean and bright copy.
New York:Columbia University Press. 1969. ix+163pp. Hardcover. A very good, clean copy inside and out.
Cambridge, MA:Harvard University Press. 1963. 1st edition. xiv+392pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Page edges soiled from dust residue, but otherwise a very good. clean copy, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is age toned on verso, but otherwise in very good condition. *"In this new assessment, authorities on the Russian economy contribute to a systematic survey of Soviet economic growth under the five-year plans, drawing often on new research."....dj
New York:Frederick A. Praeger, Publisher. (1968). 1st edition. xiv+351pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good, clean copy, inside and out with a very good, slightly soiled and shelfworn, dust jacket.
EUROPEAN AND MUSCOVITE. IVAN KIREEVSKY AND THE ORIGINS OF SLAVOPHILISM. RUSSIAN RESEARCH CENTER STUDIES, 68.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 1972. x+376pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. Both book and dustjacket in fine condition.
Burlington, VT:The International Monthly. 1900. 95pp+4pp ads. Hardcover. Red boards very lightly soiled with a hint of shelfwear but otherwise in very good condition. Internally clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The binding is tight and hinges intact. Overall, a very good copy.
FEEDING THE RUSSIAN FUR TRADE, PROVISIONMENT OF THE OKHOTSK SEABOARD AND THE KAMCHATKA PENINSULA 1639-1856
Madison, WI; The Universityof Wisconsin Press, 1969. First Edition. Hardcover with DJ. xix+337pp. VG condition in a G jacket. Jacket is intact but somewhat soiled on back cover. Book has some foxing spots on the edges of the four glossy and two adjacent pages; also some dust spots to top page edges; otherwise clean, unmarked, square and tight. An examination of a critical problem arising from Russian expansion across Asia...supplying the outermost reaches with food. (cfm)
FROM LEGALITY TO THE UNDERGROUND. (1921-1922) WITH SUPPLEMENT: G. KUCHIN-ORANSKII: NOTES ON THE MENSHEVIK UNDERGROUND ACTIVITIES IN RUSSIA IN 1923-24.
Stanford, CA: The Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace. Stanford University. 1968. 201pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Intro in English, text in Russian. A very good copy with very good dust jacket.
Washington; Library of Congress, 1950. First Edition. Blue paper softcover, stapled binding. v+158pp. Very Good- condition. Foxing to blue wrappers. Interior clean, unmarked, and securely bound. (cfm)
London:Hurst and Blackett, Ltd. (1936). 287 + 16pp ads. Hardcover. Black boards lightly soiled and shelf-worn. Internally, other than a previous owners name stamped to 1st free end-page and some light foxing scattered throughout, a very good copy. Binding is tight and hinges intact. *"The four cases making up this book have been carefully chose; not only for their intrinsic historical value, but even more particularly on account of what may be termed their representative quality. Thus: The Assassination of Premier Stolypin was an affair entirely concerned with Russian interior politics, although not without a degree of outside foreign influence; The Theft of the Baranova Formula, on the other hand, was a matter of espionage pure and simple, that is to say, mainly involving a rival foreign power; The Brest-Litovsk Drainage Contract represents a special branch of espionage, one entering directly into the sphere of practical politics; while, finally, The Black Mass of Hannula, being an off case, stands in a class apart, and is only included on account of its individual interest and as showing the unexpected sort of work in which an Intelligence officer might under exceptional circumstances be engaged."
Moscow:Progress Publishers. (1976). 393pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. A previous owners name/address is stamped to 1st free end-page, otherwise a very good, clean copy, inside and out. The dust jacket is lightly soiled and shelfworn, with wear along edges and folds, but still in very good condition. The text is in English.
Moscow:Progress Publishers. (1966). 1st edition. 441pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition, inside and out. The dust jacket is in good condition, still in one piece, but lightly soiled and shelfworn, with chips and tears to edges and folds. *"This book tells the reader how in October, 1917 the peasants and workers of Russia, under the guidance of the Communist Party, accomplished the greatest revolution the world had ever known. It depicts the triumphant march of Soviet power and the first post-revolutionary transformations in the country. It illustrates the manifold activities of Lenin, the leader of the revolution; of the Central Committee of the Party, its local organisations, the work of the Soviet Government, and the revolutionary initiative of the people in 1917-1918." (Publisher's Note)
New York:Rinehart and Company, Inc. (1953). xiv+306pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Gray boards clean with text on spine clear. Edge points gently bumped. Internally, end pages slightly age toned, otherwise in very good clean condition. Paper throughout is darkened around edges. The binding is tight and hinges intact. The dust jacket is near very good condition, lightly soiled with light wear to edges including small chips and tears. It is not price clipped. * "The death of Stalin has left I. N. Steinberg , first Soviet Commissar of Justice, as the last survivor of Lenin's first and only colition cabinet. No one else in the world could have written this extraordinary book - an eyewitness account of the events of the Russian Revolution from February, 1917, through 1921 which spotlights the Bolshevik betrayal of the original ideals and goals of the revolution."...dj.
London:George Allen and Unwin Ltd. (1926). 1st edition. 254pp. Hardcover with remains of dust jacket. Book in very good condition. Spine strip slightly darkened, but with gilt still bright. Internally clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The binding is tight and hinges intact. The remains of the dust jacket have been secured to a liner with front and rear panels still intact.
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