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[Russian Orthodox Youth Committee. 1974.] Hardcover with jacket. 214pp. Dual language, Russian and English. Heavily illustrated with color and b/w photographs. Very Good+ condition in Very Good+ jacket. Decorative jacket is protected by polypropylene cover. Dust spots to page edges and a bit of age toning to edges of ffep and rfep. Otherwise clean and unmarked, in a binding that is square and tight. (cfm)
Durham, NC:Duke University Press. 1969. 1st edition. xvii+270pp. Illustrated with 2 maps on 1 folding leaf. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in fine condition, clean and bright throughout. The dust jacket is lightly soiled but still in very good condition.
London:Constable and Company, Ltd. 1914. Illustrated with maps and plans. xv+294pp+4pp ads. Hardcover. Red boards lightly soiled, sun-faded with light shelfwear. Gilt on spine still bright. Internally, no previous owners marks or signatures. Pages clean and bright. All maps present as called for, although some are roughly folded with slight edgewear. The binding is tight and hinges intact. Overall, a very good, clean copy.
New York:Bookman Associates. (1960). 118pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Aside from an inscription by a previous owner penned in red ink to the half title page, the book is in very good, clean condition. Dust jacket has some wear to edges with several small tears, still in very good condition.
New York:Robert Speller & Sons, Publisher. (1963). 1st edition. xx+342pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good, clean copy. Page edges lightly soiled. Internally, end-pages ever so slightly age toned, with old, now erased but still visible bookseller notes, to top of 1st free end-page, otherwise free of previous owners marks or signatures. The binding is tight and hinges intact. The dust jacket is lighlty soiled and rubbed, with edges worn, including small chips and tears. *"A thought-provoking account of the age-old conflict between East and West from the time of Attila to the time of Nikita Khrushchev. Father Rudinsky advances the interesting idea that Marxism-Leninism is essentially a philosophy and way of life of semi-nomads."...dj
Edited by W. Knorin. Moscow:Co-Operative Publishing Society of Foreign Workers in the U.S.S.R. 1935. 516pp. Errata slip tipped in at rear. Brown boards lightly soiled and shelf-worn with the edge points bumped. Price embossed on rear cover. Internally, previous owners inscription on first free end-page; a previous owners name embossed on first four pages, upper right; front hinge cracked; small bit of soiling to first 8 pages; paper age-toned; otherwise very good.
London; John Murray, 1855. Bound in tan leather covered boards. xii+323pp. Fold out map of Crimea is present. Marbled page edges. In Good+ condition. Leather boards significantly rubbed and scraped. Well worn at the extremities and along the hinges. Prior owner decorative bookplate on front pastedown. Penned inscription from 1863 on front endpaper, along with pencilled bookseller notes. Name inked on back of title page. Light foxing to prelims through page iv. and again in the rear endpapers incl. the map. Otherwise quite clean. A narration of Professor Charles Koch's journey in the Crimea and Southern Russia in the fall of 1844. (cfm)
London:MacMillan and Co. Limited. 1931. viii+(2)+361pp. 1st Edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. Page edges soiled from dust residue and a bit of age-toning to end-pages, otherwise a very good, clean copy. Brown dust wrapper is lightly soiled with wear to edges, still near very good.
THE EMERGENCE OF RUSSIAN PANSLAVISM, 1856-1870 (Studies of the Russian Institute of Columbia University)
New York:Columbia University Press. (1966) 3rd printing. xv+312pp. Hardcover. A very good, clean copy, inside and out.
Kaula Lumpur:University of Malaya Press. 1968. xxvi+339pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. The spine strip on the dust jacket is lightly sun-faded and the edge points are gently bumped, but otherwise, a very good to near fine, clean, bright copy.
London:Rupert Hart-Davis. 1963. 235pp. 1st edition. Illustrated. Aside from edge points being lightly bumped, and some light shelf-wear to dust jacket edges, a very good to near fine copy. Internally, clean and bright with no previous owners marks or signatures.
THE FOREIGN MINISTERS OF ALEXANDER I. Political Attitudes and the Conduct of Russian Diplomacy, 1801-1825.
Berkeley, CA:University of California Press. 1969. 367pp. 1st edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book is near fine with just a hint of sun-fading to the top edge. The dust jacket is lightly sun-faded and soiled but otherwise in very good condition.
New York:Grosset and Dunlap Publishers. (1965). 1st edition, stated. li+725pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Rear board lightly soiled with gilt on spine still bright. Page edges lightly soiled, but with a small stamped star to the bottom edges. Internally clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The binding is tight and hinges intact. The dust jacket is soiled along fore-edges with dust residue, but otherwise in very good condition. It is not price clipped. *"A transcript of the most famous of the Moscow Purge Trials, that stands - both as a record of a crucial moment in Soviet history and a self-revealing statement on the nature of totalitarianism - as one of the great documents of the twentienth century."...dj
New York:Alfred A. Knopf. 1928. pp.(xii)+295+viii. Hardcover. Stripped boards lightly soiled and shelfworn, with wear to edges and edge points. Internally, previous owners inscription to the first free flyleaf along with a small bookseller ticket, but otherwise, aside from light age toning to papes, a very good, clean copy.
New York:Thomas Seltzer. 1922. 1st edition. xv+241pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Green boards lightly soiled and shelfworn with page edges soiled. Internally, very slight age-toning to end-pages, otherwise a very good, clean copy. The dust jacket is in poor condition. In 2 pieces, split down the front cover at the flap fold, with soiling and much wear to body of jacket including chips and tears along edges and folds. *"This book tells for the first time what is happening in Russia under the new economic policy adopted in the spring of 1921. It describes the slow economic revival that is taking place there as the result of the partial return to private enterprise and trade. Russia, according to the author, is making a strenuous effort to rebuild the shattered economic structure and has set itself earnestly and seriously to productive work." dj.
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