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New York: Henry Holt and Company. 1914. Illustrated. xiv+371pp. Hardcover. A very good clean copy. Gilt on spine and front cover still bright with light wear to spine ends. Internally, end pages age toned with some foxing. Previous owners name is penned to top of first free end page. Otherwise the pages are clean and bright.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. (1969) 2nd Printing. v+(2)+240+(1)pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book near fine. Dust jacket very good with light overall shelf-wear and one tear (1.5 inch) from bottom along front gutter seam.
New York:Columbia University Press. 1960. xiv+534pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good, clean copy, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is near very good, lightly soiled but edgeworn, with a tear to top of spine strip. It is price clipped. *"This volume tests with Soviet data the thesis that modern man can settle his disputes with simpliticy, without elaborately organized tribunals, without complicated laws, and without a labyrinth of rules of procedure and evidence."...dj
New York:The Macmillan Company. 1932. 1st edition. svi+357pp. Hardcover. Black boards lightly soiled and shelfworn, with gilt on spine dulled. Internally paper slightly age-toned but clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The binding is tight and hinges intact. *"The chapters of this book are a record of the author's seven years as a journalist in Soviet Russia. They will be found to give a picture of Soviet Russia in a chronological form; they may be thus of value to the future historian of the Soviet Union."...Preface
Montreal: International Publishers' Representatives. (1963). 1st Canadian Edition. 414pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Books in very good clean condition. Dust jacket, lightly shelf-worn at edges. Still in very good condition.
Oxford, at the Clarendon Press. (1971). (viii)+405pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good to near fine copy, inside and out. No previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is slightly soiled but otherwise in very good condition. It is not price clipped. *"This book is concerned with Russian radical though, which expressed and helped to shape a crucial period in Russian history and paved the way for the Revolution. The period -- the eighteen sixties --marked a breaking up of the feudal order and the emergence of a highly complex society with mulitple relations and contradictions."...dj.
London: WIlliam Kimber. (1952). Stated 1st Edition. 256pp. Hardcover. Boards lightly shelf-worn and soiled. Otherwise, a very good clean copy. Binding tight and hinges intact.
(Chicago):University of Chicago Press.(1961). xviii+467pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Aside from a previous owners name to the inside front board, a very good, clean and bright copy. The dust jacket is lightly shelf-worn with several small nicks and tears but still very good.
Moscow:Foreign Languages Publishing House. 1957. (132)pp. Hardcover. Maroon boards lightly soiled with some edge-wear to spine ends. Internally, pages are just slightly age-toned, with no previous owners marks or signatures found. A very good, clean copy.
Cambridge, MA:Harvard University Press. 1969. (xiv)+403pp. Illustrated with 4 maps. Hardcover with dust jacket. Dust jacket with light soiling, otherwise a very good, clean copy, inside and out. *"Professor Wandycz has written the first monograph in the English language on the turbulent diplomatic and military relations between Poland and Soviet Russia during the critical years 1917-1921. Soviet Russia, ruled in 1917 by the newly triumphant Bolsheviks, faced Poland, a nation that had just recovered independence after more than a century of oppression. The Bolsheviks feared their revolution would fail if confined to Russia alone; Poland lay directly in their path to the West and international conquest...."
New York:Columbia University Press. 1962. xiv+395pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Page edges slightly soiled but otherwise a very good, clean, bright copy, inside and out. The dust jacket is slightly shelfworn with wear along edges but still in very good condition. * "This study analyzes the war against Hitler and the immediate postwar years, between official Soviet policy and the activities and statements of a Communist party outside the area controlled by the Soviet Union."...dj.
New York:Appleton-Century. (1965). 1st edition. 332pp. Hardcover. Book in very good, clean condition, free of previous owners marks or signatures, but with light soiling to page edges. The dust jacket is near very good, but with light shelfwear and wear to edges, with a small tear to rear cover top edge.
New York:Atheneum. 1964. 1st edition, stated. xi+432pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is lightly shelfworn with wear along edges but still in very good condition. * "In the early morning of February 10, 1962, James B. Donovan began his walk toward the center of of the Glienicker Bridge, which then linked West Berlin to East. With him, heavily guarded, walked Rudolf Ivanovich Abel, master spy and for years chief of Soviet espionage in the United States. Approaching them from the other side, under equally heavy guard, was Francis Gary Powers, the U-2 pilot, whose exchange for Abel Mr. Donovan had negotiated. These were the strangers on a bridge, men of East and West, representatives of two opposed worlds meeting in dramatic truce."
London:The Communist Party of Great Britain. 1926. xix+344pp+3pp ads. Hardcover. Red boards lightly soiled with wear to edges and edge points gently bumped. Both spine endsare worn and frayed with small tears to the bottom edge. Internally, end pages lightly soiled, with what looks like a previous owners inked signature that has been erased, to the upper right edge of the 1st free end-page. The binding is tight and hinges intact. *An account of the Bolshevik Revolution.
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