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        Autograph postcard signed.

      Garmisch, 9. III. 1932. - Oblong 8vo. 1 p. With autogr. address. To Edgar Luis's concert office in Innsbruck, discussing travel plans and how they are affected by the immense March snowfall: "Ich wollte Freitag spätestens Samstag früh mit Auto nach Turin fahren. Wir haben hier kolossalen Schneefall. Bitte schicken Sie mir auf meine Kosten morgen Donnerstag Nachmittag eine Depesche, ob der Brenner passierbar [.]". - Some waterstaining; the picture shows Strauss's country house in Garmisch.

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        Americana [Magazine] Volume 1, Number 1(November 1932) - Volume 1, Number 12 (October 1933)

      The American Group Inc. 1932-1933, New York - Twelve issues of this unaccountably scarce libertarian periodical. This is the "New Series" which followed an irregularly issued First Series beginning in February and ending in July, 1932. The early depression era editors were (not without reason) unabashedly against nearly everything in the establishment. Contain original lithographs and silkscreens. Twelve issues of 32 pages each. A very nice sequential run; rare in this condition.; Quarto 24x30cm; 8.75 x 12 in. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Brave New World

      London: Chatto & Windus, 1932. Signed limited first edition. Octavo, original yellow cloth, gilt topstain as issued. One of a limited edition of 324 numbered copies signed by the author on the limitation leaf, this is copy number 28. In very good condition with some toning to the spine. "After the success of his first three novels, Huxley abandoned the fictional milieu of literary London and directed his satire toward an imagined future. He admitted that the original idea of Brave New World was to challenge H.G. Wells?' Utopian vision The novel also marks Huxley?'s increasing disenchantment with the world, which was to result in his leaving England for California in 1937 in search of a more spiritual life. The book was immediately successful" (Parker & Kermode).

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        Portrait photograph of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 32nd President of the United States (1933-1945), as Governor of New York (1929-1932), showing him looking straight ahead, slightly over his left shoulder, in suit jacket and silk tie, pocket handkerchief showing, his bold signature in the lower margin.

      New York (?), [ca. 1932]. Photograph, 10 x 8 inches. Roosevelt's photographer for this portrait was Louis Fabian Bachrach, Sr. (1881-1963), second in a three generation commercial photography business, Bachrach Studios, started by his father, David Bachrach, photographer of Abraham Lincoln at Gettysburg, in Baltimore, Maryland, in 1868; Louis Fabian Bachrach, Jr., representing the third generation of the family, was best known for his portrait of John F. Kennedy that was used as the president's official photograph after his election in 1960. A very nice image of FDR, boldly signed by him. Matted, glazed, and framed. (#6455)

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        Light and life. Address delivered at the opening meeting of the International Congress on Light Therapy in Copenhagen 15. August 1932.Copenhagen: IIe Congrès International de la Lumière, 1932.

      First edition of this famous lecture, which marks Bohr's first detailed attempt to apply concepts arising from quantum mechanics (particularly complementarity) to areas outside physics. "Here, for the first time, Bohr raised a question that was to preoccupy him, off and on, until his death: Would it ever be possible to push the analysis of living processes to the limit where they can be described in terms of pure physics and chemistry?" (Pais, p. 441). Bohr's lecture can be viewed as one of the foundation stones of molecular biology in that it inspired the young physicist Max Delbrück-who was in the audience when Bohr delivered it-to switch from physics to biology. "It is fair to say that with Max, Bohr found his most influential philosophical disciple outside the domain of physics, in that through Max, Bohr provided one of the intellectual fountainheads for the development of 20th century biology" (quoted in Pais, p. 442). This pamphlet, dated 1932, apparently predates both the lecture's publication in Danish in <i>Naturens Verden</i>, in English in <i>Nature</i>, and in German in <i>Naturwissenschaften</i>, all of which were published in 1933.<br/><br/> "Bohr had a life-long interest in philosophy, publishing three volumes of philosophical essays. He was also the son of the distinguished physiologist Christian Bohr, a student of Carl Ludwig, who discovered the cooperative binding of oxygen to hemoglobin. It is therefore not entirely surprising that, when he was asked to give a lecture at the International Congress of Light Therapists in Copenhagen in August 1932, Niels Bohr chose to speak on the philosophy of biology. His lecture, the text of which was subsequently published in <i>Nature</i>, was entitled 'Light and Life'. <br/><br/> "In 'Light and Life,' Bohr noted that one of the fundamental tenets of quantum mechanics was the principle of complementarity.. 4to (236 x 158 mm), pp 10, original printed wrappers, a virtually mint copy. Rare

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        Biblioteca di gastronomia

      Societ? Notari 1932-34 12 voll. in 24 di pp. 400 circa ciascuno. Legatura editoriale in p. tl. cerata di colore rosso, verde, beige con graziosa sovraccoperta editoriale color oro (danno alla sovracc. di un volume con reintegro di carta dello stesso tipo al dorso e al piatto anteriore). Rara raccolta completa nei dodici volumi di quest'opera che usci' sia in brossura editoriale sia in tela come nel nostro esemplare che conserva la rara sovraccoperta. La collana comprende i seguenti titoli: Mario Varanini, La tavola della salute; Valori e Annesi, Il diario della massaia (vol. I e II); Mascotte, La vera cucina italiana (vol. I, piemontese, lombarda, ligure e toscana); Vol. II (romana, emiliana, veneta, romagnola, marchigiana e umbra); I dolci; Mascotte, La tavola della celebrita'; Valori e Annesi, La tavola a buon mercato; Guido Mantovani, La tavola del bambino; Luigi Cerchiari, Vini, liquori e altre bevande; Mascotte, Paste asciutte e altre minestre; Brilla - Savarin, Fisiologia del gusto. ITA

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        L'opposition et les cases conjuguées sont réconciliées par / Opposition und Schwesterfelder sind versöhnt durch / Opposition and Sister Squares are reconcilied by DUCHAMP et HALBERSTADT.

      Paris - Bruxelles, Editons de L'Echiquier, Edm. Lancel / Gaston Legrain, 1932. - 28 x 24,5 cm, 115 p., 254 fig., 7 diagrammes sur calque, bien complet des deux errata. Broché, couv. cartonnée édit. impr. en rouge. Parfait état. Rare édition originale, trilingue.- "the book is concerned with that very special point of the endgame in chess when all the pieces have been lost, only the Kings and a few pawns remain on the board. And this special 'lone-pawns' situation is treated only from the even more particular situation in which the pawns have been blocked and only the Kings can play. This situation is called zugzwang, a German term of international use that indicates this blocked position in which only certain moves, and in a limited number, are possible. In this case (pawns blocked and only the Kings being able to move), even though they make use of conclusions already established by Abbe Durand, Drtina, Bianchette, etc., Duchamp and Halberstadt are the first to have noticed the synchronisation of the moves of the black King and the white King. This synchronisation is analysed at length and forms the basis of their system. In order to win, a white King cannot move indiscriminately without regard for the colour of the square on which he finds himself. Using the terminology of the authors of the book, he must choose a 'heterodox opposition' with respect to the colour of the square occupied by the black King. This 'heterodox opposition,' which represents the real contribution of Duchamp and Halberstadt to the theory of chess, would demand a technical explanation too lengthy to be given here. At any rate, for clarity I would add that the game of chess does contain the idea of 'opposition,' and that Duchamp and Halberstadt have renamed it 'orthodox opposition' in order to distinguish it form the 'heterodox opposition' that they have discovered. This 'orthodox opposition' is something that all chess players know about, and it is far form being a mystery. It is a sure means of winning in certain situations. In fact, 'heterodox opposition' is no more than an amplification of opposition. It is simply applied to a longer number of squares, and it adopts various forms that are missing in the rigid 'orthodox opposition." (Ian Randall, Re-evaluating the Art & Chess of Marcel Duchamp). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Am Heiligen Quell Deutscher Kraft, Monatsschrift des Deutschvolks / Ludendorffs Halbmonatsschrift. Jahrgänge 1932-1939 * 8 Bände

      München, Ludendorffs Verlag GmbH, 1932 - 1939. (Fortsetzung der Beschreibung von Nr.19367:) . . . Die jüdische Gottesmutter in der Deutschen Weihenacht, Wie die Liebeslehre das Niedersachsenland eroberte, Eros Uranus: christlicher Nomos oder Volkstum?, Ein Sieg der Volksseele! Zur Volksabstimmung an der Saar, Wesen und Arten des Seelenmissbrauches, Die Machtgrundlagen der Rom-Kirche, liebe Gott als Sieger von Tannenberg, Römische Aktion in Deutscher Geschichte, Liberal-katholische Kirche und Theosophische Gesellschaft, Der Hexenturm in Salzburg, Rom im Vormarsch - zum Untergang?, Ein Brief zur Klarstellung der Operationen im Herbst 1914, Ein Mitbegründer des \"Deutschvolkes\" gestorben, Völkerentartung in Afrika, Verschüttete Volksseele, Zeichnung: Hexenfolterung, Seelenschutz und Wehrhaftsein, Aus dem Deutschen Glaubensringen, Hebräischer Segen für Papst und alle Christen, Von Deutscher Totenfeier, Ein Erwecke der Volksseele, Schafft Seelenschutz!, Das religionsphilosophische Vermächtnis von Immanuel Kant, Das japanische Volk, Der Bardengeist, Deutschvolk-Eltern an die Lehrer ihrer Kinder (Gedicht), Deutschvolk-Totenfeier, Shinto, \"Symbolische Schächtung\" in Altdeutschen Bildwerken, Schillers Persönlichkeit - eine Idealgestalt des Deutschvolks!, Zum Gedenken an die Königin Luise als Gattin und Mutter, Arterhaltung und Freiheit, Die Heidenfrauen am Tankower See, Der Deutsche Freiheitskämpfer, Ludendorffs Heidenschatz, Deutsche Gotterkenntnis und Rasse, Konkordat und Katholische Aktion, Die Rote Beeke, Befreit die deutsche Frau aus jahrhundertelanger jüdischer Missachtung!, Seelentod droht deinem Kinde, Durch Rasse erwachen zur Freiheit!, Der Frontsoldat (Gedicht von Erich Limpach), Soll Juda triumphieren?, Rom und das Sterilisationsgesetz, Eine verderbliche Kunstgeschichte (die von Richard Hamann), Artgemäßer Christusglaube, Das Blutbad bei Cannstatt, Germanischer Katholizismus?, Der Naumburger Meister, Etwas von der Mazdaznan-Bewegung, Das Geschlechterverhältnis, Die Grundlage jüdischer Erziehung, Deutsche erkennt endlich die Weltfreimaurerei!,), Das Hebräische als Gaunersprache, Der Occultismus, eine Volksgefahr, Weltgeschichtliche Bedeutung der Bibel nach jüdischer Quelle, Bevor Hitler kam (Besprechung des Buches von Rudolf v. Sebottendorff, u.a. Thule-Gesellschaft München), Wallenstein - ein Opfer der Jesuiten. Zur 300-jährigen Wiederkehr des Tages seiner Ermordung, Durch Minnegenesung zur Volksgesundung, Aus der Freimaurer-Republik (Frankreich), Der ungesühnte Frevel an Schiller, Von Deutscher Frauen Heldentum, Die Stellung der Deutschen Frau im fremden Recht, Artgemäße Frauenwertung - die Kraftquelle der Ahnen, Der Lügengeist im Dienste Jahwehs, Heinrich von Kleist ein Deutscher Freiheitskämpfer, Ein Beispiel für die Umdichtung der Fremdreligion, Der Deutschen Mutter Entwürdigung durch fremdes Recht, Kunst und Christentum, Ein Beispiel Jesuitischer Kriegstreiberrei, Schottenlogen, Entliberalisierung der Gesellschaft, Der Okkultismus stirbt, Schillers \"Bürgschaft\" eine Dichtung Deutschen Gotterlebens, Erlösung von Jesu Christo, Die Neuordnung des deutschen Lebensraumes, Einkreisung gegen Deutschland, Die spanische Kriegstragödie, der haßerfüllte Prof.Dr. Max Weber und Ludendorff, Feldherrn Worte, Das Weltkriegsende im Denken eines Hofrats, Die Hand der überstaatlichen Mächte, Roosevelt der Gefangene des Goldes, Runen-Raunen, Judentum und Christentum ein Gegensatz?, England das Schwert Judas, Der \"Staat\" Platons in völkischer Betrachtung, Die Heiligsprechung des Weltkriegspapstes: ein Symbol, Judas Marsch zur Macht - in USA, Gasmaske für den Heiligen Vater, Hochzeitsmärsche in Deutschland kirchlich verboten, Polnische Nationalhymne im Gottesdienst, Der jüdische Einfluss auf das deutsche kirchliche Leben, Die tschechische Nationalkirche, Freimaurerei im spanischen Bürgerkrieg, Das Priestererbe (Roman von Strouksberg / Fritz Peter), Sonderbare Judenmission eines ungarischen Bischofs, Kleinanzeige: Ahnenstätte Berlin-Brandenburg in Blumberg bei Berlin, Pest in den Völkern, Der zurückbeschnittenen Moses, Die Lebensweisheit der Werke Mathilde Ludendorffs, Besiegt der Judenhohn über Deutsche Helden!, Vom Herrn der Welt. Legende oder Tatsächlichkeit? (Weltfreimaurerei / Das deutschen Logentum), Die Sippen als Enthüller der Verbrechen geheimer Männerbünde, Volkspflicht und Rassevergiftung, Die Judenmacht - ihr Wesen und Ende, usw. - Mit zeittypischen Äußerungen wie z.B.: \"Was lehrt die Anthroposophie Rudolf Steiners? Die Bücher Steiners sind dicke Bände verworrenster Okultlehren, die heute nur noch Anthroposophen zugänglich gemacht werden. Sie werden dadurch nicht wertvoller! Steiner hat die okkulten Lehren, die zum induzierten Irresein verführen, unter einem großen Phrasenschwall verhüllt. Er hat die gleiche Unverfrorenheit, wie viele für jüdisch-völkische Ziele wirkende Juden, gar manches, was vernünftig klingt, von anderen zu übernehmen, um dadurch umso sicherer auch geistig wertvollere Menschen anzuziehen. Schält man den Phrasenschwall aber weg und holt die zum Schwachsinn, ja zur völligen Geisteskrankheit verführenden Wahnlehren heraus, dann freilich zeigt sich das Ungesunde und auch das für die politische geheime Tätigkeit so Wichtige, daß nämlich seine Opfer von ihm auf das furchtbarste beeinflusst werden konnten, wie er dies ja auch mit dem Generalstabschef Moltke vor der Marneschlacht zu erfolgreich getan hat. . . . Steiner war Jude. Er selbst hat das zwar oft bestritten und seine Anhänger bestreiten es heute noch. Die nächsten Freunde und Verwalter seines Geistesgutes zu Steiners Lebzeiten waren Juden. Das beweist noch nichts, lässt aber Schlüsse zu. Seinem Aussehen nach war Steiner Jude. Jüdisches Aussehen ohne jüdisches Blut wäre ein biologisches Weltwunder. Wunder auf diesem Gebiet gibt es nicht. Seine Sprache war jüdisch, er mauschelte. Seine Schreibweise ist jüdisch, sie ist gemauschelt. Es genügt, einen Blick auf seine nachgelassenen Schriften zu werfen. Sie sind nicht nachgefeilt und tragen infolgedessen das Mauschelgepräge ganz unverhüllt. Sein Auftreten war jüdisch. Unbefangene haben sich vielfach hierdurch abgestoßen gefühlt und sind, zu ihrem Glück, dadurch den gelegten Schlingen entgangen. Seine Lehre ist jüdisch. Wem das alles noch kein vollgültiger Beweis ist, der wird vielleicht zur Einsicht gelangen, wenn er erfährt, daß Steiner in einem unbedachten Augenblick die Maske hat fallen lassen. Er hat sich in einem Zeitpunkt freudigster Erregung über das Gelingen seiner Lebensarbeit als volkstreuen Juden bekannt . . . Seine Geisteslehre schillert in allen Farben, sie enthält alles, vom plumpsen Aberglauben bis zu hohen geistigen Ansprüchen. Er ist Spiritist und Hellseher, er hat eine neue Seelenwanderungslehre aufgestellt und eine neue Religion gestiftet, er nennt sie das 5.Evangelium. In diesem lehrt er, daß seinerzeit 2 Jesus Knaben geboren worden sind: in dem einen inkarnierte sich Zarathustra, während der andere normal blieb. Als die beiden Knaben 12 Jahre alt wurden, wechselte der Geistes Zarathustras aus dem Körper des ersten in den des zweiten über. Als dieser zweite 30Jahre alt wurde, da befiel ihn außerdem noch der Astralleib Buddhas\" / \"Nach allgemeinen zutreffenden Ausführungen über die Rassenunterschiede behandelte der Redner die Streitfrage des Artiertums Jesu, wobei er zu dem Schluss kam: \"Jesus war ein J u d e .\" - \"Aber\", so fuhr der Redner fort, \"das interessiert uns gar nicht; das wollen wir gar nicht wissen! Wir wollen Jesus d e u t s c he r l e b e n. - Der Arierparagraph für Kirchenbeamte, sagte der Redner (der Deutschen Christen) bestehe zu vollem Recht; denn einem Judenchristen sei die artgemäße Verkündigung des Evangeliums aufgrund des aus dem Blut stammenden Rasseunterschiedes u n m ö g l i c h . Das Evangelium selbst sei im Deutschen Volkstum tief verwurzelt, bedürfe aber artgemäßer Verkündigung. Denn: nicht die j ü d i s c h e Religion, sondern der S e m i t , der J u d e seit das Volksfeindliche\" (Volksmissionsdienst der neuen Reichskirche)\" Versand D: 5,90 EUR Weimarer Republik, Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Haus Ludendorff, Ludendorffer, völkische Glaubensbewegung, Judas Marsch zur Macht in USA, die Hand der überstaatlichen Mächte, Weltfreimaurerei, das deutschen Logentum, die Judenmacht: ihr Wesen und Ende, Ablehnung von Arierparagraph und Führerprinzip in weiten Teilen der evangelischen Kirche, General Erich Ludendorff der eiserne Wille der deutschen Feldsiege, Adolf Hitler, Nationalsozialismus, der Hellseher und Spiritist Rudolf Steiner ein abgefeimter Mauschel-Jude, Anthroposophie eine okkulte Wahnlehre, anthroposophischer Phrasenschwall, Deutschvolk, Zeichnung: Hexenfolterung, Okkultlehren auf deutschem Boden, das Hebräische als Gaunersprache, Kampf der germanischen Logen gegen Juda für römische Zwecke, Alljuda, Weltjuda, Rolle der Freimaurer im jüdischen Weltenplan, arteigene Gotterkenntnis , Antisemitismus, Kampf gegen Freimaurerei und Judentum und dieRom-Kirche und das Christentum überhaupt, völkisches / deutschvölkisches Gedankengut

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        Information - Wirtschaft - Wissenschaft - Erziehung - Technik - Kunst. 1. Jahrgang: Heft 1, Juni 1932 - Heft 12, Juli 1933; 2. Jg.: Heft 1, August 1933 - Heft 6, Februar 1934. 18 Hefte (compl.).

      Zürich, Oprecht, - 1934 1932 - 8°, ca. 600 S., einige Abb., Roter Privat-Lwd., Einzelhefte mit den Umschlägen eingebunden. Die Hefte minimal beschnitten., Min. gebrauchspurig. O 11. Die Typographie und die Umschlaggestaltung von Max Bill, Der Umschlag des ersten Jahrgangs mit Photocollagen, später aufgrund der finanziellen Not des Verlages nur typographisch Gestaltung. Jedes Heft mit interessante Inserate, die den geistigen Hintergrund der Zeitschrift zeigen: Kaffeehaus Odeon; Das neue Frankfurt; Die neue Stadt; Wohnbedarf; Zetthaus; Die neue Weltbühne; Malik-Verlag; 1200 gr. Schlagworte: Exilliteratur - Europa-, Oprecht-Vlg.Soziale Bewegung - SozialismusKunst - GrafikdesignKunst - Max Bill [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Southern Road

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1932. First edition. Introduction by James Weldon Johnson. Drawings by E. Simms Campbell. 8vo. Publisher's rose cloth spine and boards. Covers worn, dust-jacket front panel and flaps pasted-in at rear. First edition. Introduction by James Weldon Johnson. Drawings by E. Simms Campbell. 8vo. Inscribed by Brown. The first edition of this Harlem Renaissance classic, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper: "For Helen and John and the blessed three, Who were my friends along the Southern Road, the Northern Road, the Eastern Road, the Western Road, the Midwestern Road and who guided this old wanderer home. April 25, 1963" and with an autograph postcard, signed ("Sterling"), laid-in. This copy from the library of a great champion of African-American civil rights, Arthur Barnette Spingarn, an ally of W.E.B. Du Bois and head of the NAACP legal committee. Provenance: Arthur B. Spingarn (bookplate)

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        Lady Chatterley's Lover

      Martin Secker, London 1932 - First "authorised" English edition. Flyer and bookmark laid-in. A nice, bright copy in very good, unsurprisingly rare dustwrapper which is heavily offset and missing small chips from extremities of spine and corners. The only example of the dustwrapper I've seen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Pastures of Heaven (Signed First Edition)

      New York: Brewer, Warren, and Putnam, 1932. First Edition. First Edition, first issue in a second issue dust jacket. INSCRIBED by Steinbeck on the front endpaper: "For Keith Baker / John Steinbeck / Los Gatos '38." One of the scarcer Steinbeck titles, especially so signed. Steinbeck's second book, a series of interconnected stories set in the Corral de Tierra valley in Monterey County, California, and the first book to touch on the themes and style of his classic work, after the historical fiction of "Cup of Gold." About Near Fine in a Near Fine dust jacket. Slight lean, light fading to the board edges, light foxing and offsetting to the endpapers. Jacket has minor chipping to the top edge, and a diagonal crease to the rear flap. APG 002a-b.

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        Alice's Adventures in Wonderland [with] Through the Looking Glass

      Limited Editions Club, New York 1932 - 1932; 1935. Both volumes signed by Alice Hargreaves. Alice's Adventures In Wonderland also signed by designer Frederic Warde. One volume bound in full red morocco, the other in blue calf, decorated in gilt with gilt lettering. All edges gilt. Limited to 1500 copies, one being no. 741, the other no. 1331. Clean and unworn copies in slightly age-toned slipcases. A fine set. With illustrations by John Tenniel. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen

      1932. first edition. First Trade Edition of Arthur Rackham's Hans Andersen's Fairy TalesIn the Publisher's Special Full Brown Morocco Binding[RACKHAM, Arthur, illustrator]. ANDERSEN, Hans Christian. Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. London: George G. Harrap, 1932. First English trade edition in the publisher's 'Special' morocco binding.Large octavo (9 3/4 x 7 3/8 inches; 247 x 187 mm.). 287, [1] pp. Twelve full-page color illustrations with captioned tissue-guards and fifty-nine black and white drawings. Publisher's 'Special Full Brown Morocco Binding'. Front cover and spine pictorially stamped in gilt, pink and white pictorial end-papers, top edge gilt. A near fine copy."The Observer invited Hugh Walpole to chose the best picture-book of 1932. 'I give the prize without hesitation to Rackham's Hans Andersen,' Walpole replied. 'He has risen nobly to his subject. He has acquired a new tenderness and grace. His fantasy is stronger than ever.' Twenty-five years after its publication, the Hans Andersen had become one of the most difficult of Rackham's books to buy second-hand" (Hudson, Arthur Arthur Rackham His Life and Work, p. 133-34).Latimore and Haskell, p. 68. Riall, p. 177.

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        The Astrolabes of the World FIRST EDITION - TWO VOL SET

      Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1932. Two hardbacked volumes, each vol 9" x 12" tall approx, with a total of 636pp, with 218 text illustrations in b/w and line, + 153 plates. Only 250 sets of this, the first & superior edition, were published and therefore seldom come onto the market. Some leaves unopened. Original gilt decorated white buckram-covered boards slightly dusty. Internally very good. With, loosely inserted, a copy of a letter from Charles Batey, Printer to the University, confirming that only 250 sets were ever produced. First Edition. Hard Cover.

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        Death in the Afternoon

      New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Fine. 1932. First Edition; First Printing. Full-Leather. First edition rebound in leather with a custom clamshell box. The clamshell is dark blue leather with red and gilt title labels and four bands on the spine, and marbling of the edges and inside. Book is red leather with gilt lettering on the spine, with marbled stiff endpapers. Light soil on edges of text block and a few pages, with a few millimeters of dampstain on the top edge only. The Scribner's "A" indicating first edition is on the copyright page. A nicely presented copy of this classic work for the aficionado. ; B&W Photographs; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall; 517 pp .

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        DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON

      New York Charles Scribner's Sons 1932 - First Edition and issue, with Scribner's "A" on copyright page as called for. Frontispiece in colour by Juan Gris and a profusion of full page photographs of the bullfights. Large 8vo, publisher&#146;s original black cloth with gilt lettering and designs on the spine and gilt facsimile of Hemingway&#146;s signature on the upper cover. [xii], 515 pp. A nice, honest collectable copy, the textblock essentially fine with only some very minor and occasional signs of age, the black cloth with some minor rubbing and mellowing, the gilt on the spine dulled as is usual. FIRST EDITION OF A CLASSIC WORK BY A MASTER WRITER OF THE 20TH CENTURY. "In this book, Hemingway has brought into focus a great deal that is significant about human living and dying, and about the trade called literature.put into this book, [are] the profound and subtle reasons why bullfighting is so wonderful to so many men.why it is moving and important and exalting. By virtue of an undismayed and undeceived honesty he has been able to see what actually happens during moments of overwhelming emotion when the exact cause of the exaltation is usually unnoticed.There are episodes of gorgeous comedy and satire.dicta about writing so honest and true.will very likely become common axioms, so vivid and sincere and convincing is their presentation." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Houdini and Conan Doyle.

      New York: Albert and Charles Boni, Inc.,, 1932. The Story of a Strange Friendship. Octavo. Original red-brown cloth, spine and front board lettered in gilt, top edge green, fore edge untrimmed. With the dust jacket. Photographic frontispiece. Contemporary newspaper clipping and publisher's advertisement for Spook Crooks by Julien Proskauer ("The first and only book exposing the rackets of the false prophets") laid in. Spine gently rolled, top edge faded to yellow. An excellent copy in the slightly faded dust jacket chipped at head of spine and with a couple of small markings to rear panel. First edition, first printing. Houdini and Conan Doyle were close friends until falling out over the escapist's open disdain for spiritualism. Uncommon in the dust jacket.

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        Original Schutz-Pass: Two signed documents. Budapest, 26 September 1944

      1. An original Schutz-Pass (protective passport,), issued for Ernst J. Rappaport, born 11 September 1932, with his photo attached. The passport was designed by Wallenberg, and printed in blue and yellow (the Swedish national colors), with text in German and Hungarian, stating that the named person will travel for repatriation to Sweden and until departure is under the protection of the Swedish embassy. With the stamped seal of the Swedish Embassy in Budapest. Press numbered at the top "90/96". Signed by Wallenberg as often with a simple pen-mark, counter-signed by the Swedish ambassador to Hungary, Carl Ivan Danielsson, who was also recognized by Israel with the decoration "Righteous among the Nations" for his work in organizing the Swedish legation's rescue mission. 2. A typed and printed document, on letterhead of the Royal Swedish Embassy in Budapest, numbered "R. 03414," "Sp.: 9096," and "Liste :316," and bearing their stamped seal, signed in full by Wallenberg. In Hungarian, it reads: "To the 'National Central Authority for Supervising Foreigner', Budapest: We have the honour to inform you that the Swedish Royal Embassy in Budapest issued a protecting-passport [Schutzpass, in Hungarian: védöútlevet] to Mr. Erno J. Rappaport, by this he is identified as a Swedish subject. The Embassy kindly requests to give to the named exemption from [wearing] the yellow badge [star]. The Embassy confirms that the bilateral agreements with Sweden regarding the relevant edict is applied. Budapest, September 25, 1944. / Yours sincerely, / [signed] Raoul Wallenberg / acting for the Swedish Royal Ambassador. The Swedish Royal Secretary of the Embassy." These papers, always kept together (as evidenced by folds and paper clip marks,) saved the life of a 12 year-old Jewish boy in Budapest. "Raoul Wallenberg was the most inventive, daring, and successful rescuer of Jews from the Nazis during the period of the Final Solution," The Holocaust Encyclopedia, ed. Laqueur. From July 1944, when the 32 year-old business man-turned diplomat, from a wealthy Swedish family, arrived in Budapest, until his arrest by the Soviet Army on 17 January 1945, he issued documents which saved thousands from deportation and death. In March 1944 Hungary was occupied by German troops, and a Nazi-appointed government took power. Under the direction of Adolf Eichmann, a special unit was set up to annihilate the remaining Hungarian Jews. In May, deportations to Auschwitz began, at the rare of 12,000 per day. The Jews of Budapest were by new laws deprived of their civil rights and property, and forced to wear yellow stars. Later they were concentrated into so-called Yellow Star Houses and not allowed outside, a prelude to the ghetto and deportation. In July, after protests from the king of Sweden, the Red Cross, and the U.S. secretary of state, the deportations were stopped. During this time, the Swedish legation issued provisional passports to persons with family or business connections in Sweden, however the number permitted was small, and they then began to issue certificates declaring that application for Swedish citizenship had been made. By July some 700 passports and certificates had been issued. Ambassador Danielsson requested additional support for the legation's work, at the same time that President Roosevelt had sent Iver Olsen to Stockholm as an official representative of the American War Refugee Board, to search for a Swede willing and able to go to Budapest to organize a rescue program for the Jews. Raoul Wallenberg was selected for the assignment and arrived in Budapest on July 9. Wallenberg wanted to give protective documents to every Hungarian Jew who applied. He began issuing a new document of his own design, known as a Schutz-Pass, it was numbered. printed in yellow and blue, and bore three crowns of Sweden, and official seals and and signatures. In August 1944 Wallenberg met with Hungarian regent Miklós Horthy and won permission to issue 5000 of these passports (later increased to 7500). Hungarian authorities agreed to recognize the holders of the passports as Swedish subjects awaiting repatriation. They were allowed to live in houses rented by the legation. Long lines formed outside the Swedish embassy, and forgeries were also produced. Soon the number of Jews protected by Sweden, chiefly by Wallenberg's efforts, rose to 15 to 20 thousand. After the Arrow Cross coup in October, Wallenberg continued his work, at great personal risk, rescuing additional thousands at railway station, houses, from the forced march to Austria, and in the sealed ghetto. When the Red Army invaded Budapest in January 1945, Wallenberg was arrested on suspicion of spying for the United States, and disappeared. By his efforts he is thought to have directly saved some 25,000 persons' lives, and indirectly, another 70,000.

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        DUCHAMP (Marcel) & HALBERSTADT (Vitaly)

      1932 1141 - Paris - Bruxelles, Editons de L'Echiquier, Edm. Lancel / Gaston Legrain, 1932, in-8, 112 pp, (2) de réclame, complet des deux feuillets d'errata, broché, couverture imprimée, Rare édition originale, trilingue, de cet ouvrage composé par deux passionnés d'échecs : Vitaly Halberstadt (1903-1967), compositeur de problèmes, surtout d'études et de finales artistiques et Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) plasticien et homme de lettres. Tous les deux étaient de très bons joueurs : Halbersadt participait régulièrement au championnat de Paris, dont il gagna la première édition en 1925 (ex-æquo avec Baratz) ; Duchamp fut sacré champion de sa région de Haute-Normandie en 1924 et participa même à des Olympiades d'échecs avec l'équipe de France. De plus, le jeu d&#146;échecs est une activité et un thème pictural essentiels qui se prêtent à des variations multiples dans les premières années du parcours artistique de Marcel Duchamp. L'ouvrage se compose de 254 figures et 7 diagrammes sur calques, l'impression est en noir pour les textes et en rouge et noir pour les représentations d'échiquiers. Les deux auteurs s'intéressent en particulier au "zugzwang", terme allemand qui vient de "Zug" le coup, et "Zwang" la contrainte ; soit dans le cas d'un problème d'échecs et de fin de partie, la situation d'un joueur qui est obligé de jouer un coup qui le fait perdre ou dégrade sa position : un exemple typique de "zugzwang" est l'opposition des rois dans les finales de pions. Oscillant entre manuel spécialisé, livre d'artiste ou encore ouvrage pataphysique, "L&#146;Opposition et les cases conjuguées sont réconciliées" est un ouvrage de bel facture et richement illustré. On joint à cet ouvrage, le livre "Marcel Duchamp, joueur d'échecs et ou ????? deux sujets s"y rapportant", propos de François Le Lionnais recueillis par Ralph Rumney, publié par L'échoppe à 150 exemplaire à l'occasion du nouvel an 1997 "et du (presque) quatre-vingtième anniversaire de Foutain de R. Mutt". Texte qui parut initialement dans "Studio International" Londres, janvier février 1975 où était reproduite une partie d'échecs jouée à Paris en 1932 entre Marcel Duchamp et François Le Lionnais, commentée par S. Tartacover. A l'intérieur, une carte signée par Patrice Contensin fondateur de la maison d'édition "L'Échoppe" en 1984 et traducteur de l'ouvrage. Couverture frottée. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Hydrogen Isotope of Mass 2 WITH Hydrogen Isotope of Mass 2 and Its Concentration

      Minneapolis, Minnesota: The American Physical Society, 1932. First Edition. Wraps. Near Fine. First Edition. 191, [1 blank], 8 pages. 7 x 10 inches. The entire issue of the Physical Review, Vol. 39 #1 (Second Series), January 1, 1932 offered. Publisher's original green printed wrappers. A nice copy with minor browning to the covers and spnie panel at the extremities and some creasing to the rear wrapper. Lower corner creasing, overall minor wear. WITH 6, 135, [1 blank], 8 pages. 7 x 10 inches. The entire issue of the Physical Review, Vol. 40 #1 (Second Series), April 1, 1932 offered. Publisher's original green printed wrappers. A nice copy with minor browning to the covers and spine panel. This issue also includes an article on the further development of the cyclotron by Lawrence and Livingston. Wraps. The first article offered here announces the discovery of the deuteron, which we now know as deuterium. The second article, 15 pages long, provides far more detail on the methods used, how the concentration of the new isotope was achieved so that it could be reliably measured. Together, they detail the Discovery of Deuterium. "Deuterium (symbol D or 2H, also known as heavy hydrogen) is one of two stable isotopes of hydrogen. The nucleus of deuterium, called a deuteron, contains one proton and one neutron, whereas the far more common hydrogen isotope, protium, has no neutron in the nucleus. Deuterium has a natural abundance in Earth's oceans of about one atom in 6420 of hydrogen." (wiki) Deuterium has important applications in nuclear reactors, NMR Spectroscopy, geology, and a myriad of other areas. A further article was published in the April issue which addressed in considerably more detail the concentration of the newly discovered isotope and why that worked. "Soon after deuterium's discovery, Urey and others produced samples of "heavy water" in which the deuterium had been highly concentrated." "Harold Clayton Urey (April 29, 1893 - January 5, 1981) was an American physical chemist whose pioneering work on isotopes earned him the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1934 for the discovery of deuterium. He played a significant role in the development of the atom bomb, but may be most prominent for his contribution to theories on the development of organic life from non-living matter...At Johns Hopkins, Urey and Arthur Ruark wrote Atoms, Quanta and Molecules (1930), one of the first English texts on quantum mechanics and its applications to atomic and molecular systems." (wiki) Most often found in bound ex-library volumes, we offer here the original issue of the Physical Review as it was published. See Ezhela, et al,, pp 64-65, (Urey 1932 and Urey 1932B) "Evidence for the deuteron" and "Discovery of the deuteron

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        Saluto a Mussolini

      Al Tempo della Fortuna, Roma 1932 - Minime naturali imperfezioni Edizione limitata di 500 esemplari su carta Vergé Fabriano. Ns esemplare N. 60 17 + (4) p. in-8

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        Twelfth Night or, What You Will.

      Waltham Saint Lawrence, Berkshire: The Golden Cockerel Press,, 1932. With engravings by Eric Ravilious. Quarto. Original reddish-brown half morocco by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, cloth sides decorated with designs by Ravilious, top edges gilt, others untrimmed. Designs by Eric Ravilious to title page, divisional title, dramatis personae, 26 illustrations in the text, all printed in either grey or russet ink. Peripheral toning to boards. A very good copy. First and limited edition illustrated by Eric Ravilious, number 71 of 275 numbered copies. When the press's edition of Marlowe's Doctor Faustus didn't materialise Ravilious suggested Twelfth Night to Robert Gibbings, founder of the Golden Cockerel Press. A beautiful edition, illustrated by one of the iconic British illustrators of the period and issued by one of the finest British private presses of the 20th century.

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        King Kong

      New York: Grosset & Dunlap,, 1932. Octavo. Finely bound by The Chelsea Bindery in full green morocco, titles to spine and upper board in black, original pictorial endpapers bound, all edges gilt. A fine copy. First edition in book form. The novelisation was serialised in Mystery Magazine the same year and published in book form slightly before the film was released. Lovelace was a former newspaper reporter, author of several books, including biographies of football coach Knute Rockne and Dwight D. Eisenhower. The original concept was Merian C. Cooper's, and Edgar Wallace had worked on the story.

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        Fourteen Wood Engravings...

      [Waltham St. Lawrence:] Printed by Robert Gibbings at the Golden Cockerel Press,, [1932]. From drawings made on Orient Line Cruises. Folio. Original yellow printed wrappers, stitched as issued, untrimmed. Title with woodcut vignette, small woodcut on following text page, 14 full-page woodcuts (recto only) with printed captions, printed colophon on last leaf verso. Covers lightly soiled otherwise a very good copy, with the Orient Line compliments slip laid-in. First edition, first impression; scarce: Copac locates only five copies in British and Irish institutional libraries (Oxford, Scotland, Warwick, V&A, Wales), OCLC adds around another 20 copies worldwide. One of only a few commissions for other publishers that Gibbings undertook. "As a wood-engraver he was one of the leaders of the revival of this art... Gibbings reached a huge audience with his books, and perhaps did more than anyone in the twentieth century to popularize the art of wood-engraving" (ODNB).

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        BRAVE NEW WORLD

      Doubleday, Doran & Company, Garden City 1932 - The First American Edition, preceded by the British Edition in original gilt-decorated boards with black gilt-decorated cloth spine. Copy #93 of only 250 copies SIGNED by the author. The limited British Edition consisted of 324 copies. Issued without a dustwrapper in a fragile slipcase rarely seen and not present here. Slight paper split to rear gutter. A Fine example of this desirable title [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Southern Road

      New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1932. Octavo, maroon cloth lettered in silver over green paper boards, uncut, last signature unopened, original pictorial dust jacket designed by E. Simms Campbell. Small chips to corners and top edge of dust jacket, spine toned. First edition of Sterling Brown's influential first book of poems, inscribed on the front free endpaper in the year of publication: "To Miss Hilda Gottlieb, Sterling A. Brown / October, 1932." James Weldon Johnson, in his introduction, observes of Brown's poems: "he has made more than mere transcriptions of folk poetry, and he has done more than bring to it mere artistry; he has deepened its meanings and multiplied its implications." Moving deftly between poetic registers, Brown explores the rural South ("Kentucky Blues," "Southern Road," "Old King Cotton") and the urban North ("Tin Roof Blues," "Mecca," "Cabaret"), as the old agrarian way of life meets the modern black America of Ma Rainey and Jack Johnson: "Memphis go / Memphis come back, / Ain' no skin / Off de nigger's back. / All dese cities / Ashes, rust. . . . / De win' sing sperrichals / Through deir dus'." Brown would go on to serve as editor of Negro Affairs for the Federal Writers' Project; he taught at Howard University for four decades. A near-fine inscribed copy of a Harlem Renaissance classic, extremely scarce in dust jacket.

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        Dancings.

      Paris: E. Flammarion, 1932 - Octavo (236 × 187 mm) Original plain light card wraps within the striking "neon" lithographic wrapper, the proofs, 20 leaves (c.252 × 194 mm) loose in matching wraps. The wraps of the book a little chafed at the extremities, light toning of the text, a scatter of foxing to the fore-edge with minor encroachment to the margins, else very good; the proofs and wraps altogether very good. First published in an edition of 500, plus 25 copies hors commerce, this one of 15 offered on Madagascar - the third tier of the edition - and here accompanied by a nearly complete suite - it lacks two of the duller images - of the illustrations offered with the 10 copies on Japon impérial. Lighthearted celebration of the "flora" and "fauna" of the "dancings" - night clubs - that proliferated in Paris in the inter-war years; "The Amercanized term un dancing referred to bars, nightclubs, and cabarets of varying sizes as well as to dance halls themselves. Un dancing, it seemed, required little more than upbeat music and a bit of room to move" (Jackson, Making Jazz French, p41). Miomandre's witty text is accompanied by some splendidly lively illustrations by Henri Gazan, hand-printed by Edmond Desjobert who produced work for Picasso, Chagall and Matisse. Wonderful evocation of les années folles including a "Salut a Joséphine [Baker]" with accompanying illustration which is worth the price of admission on its own.

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        Nach den neuesten Entdeckungs-Reisen und astronomischen Bestimmungen neu entworfen und gezeichnet von I.C. Reinecke, Weimar, Im Verlage des Geogr. Instituts. Revidirt im September 1804. Teilkolor. Kupferstich von Johann Matthias Christoph Reinecke beim Geographisches Institut in Weimar, vor den weiteren Revidierungen bis 1817. Mit runder Titelkartusche. 48,0 x 65,5 cm (56,2 : 66,8 cm).

      - 2 Einrisse am Mittelfalz, oben 1 cm im weißen Rand, unten bis 2 mm an den Darstellungsrand der Einfassung (Einriß 4 cm). Rand gering knittrig, sonst von guter Erhaltung. - *** 84 Jahre Antiquariat Arno Adler (1932-2016) ***

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        La Geografia Vol. II L\'Italia,nel ginnasio nel corso inferiore dei istituto tecnico e dei istituto magistrale

      Societa Editrice Internazionale Turin 1932 Pappe Seiten 247 Format 16*23 altersentsprechend befriedigender Zustand, Seiten lose, Unterstreichungen mit Bleistift Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        The Subterranean Club

      London; Hodder and Stoughton. 1932, 1932. First Edition. 8vo. 320pp. Fine in publisher's slate blue cloth titled and ruled in black to spine and front board. Clean and tight, in a splendid, Hodder Yellowjacket dustwrapper, very good indeed with some light spotting and very minor edgewear. Bright and very striking.

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        Am Heiligen Quell Deutscher Kraft, Monatsschrift des Deutschvolks / Ludendorffs Halbmonatsschrift. Jahrgänge 1932-1939 * 8 Bände

      München, Ludendorffs Verlag GmbH, 1932 - 1939. Acht vollständige Jahrgänge, gebunden als solide Festeinbände der Zeit (Halbkalliko-Bände im Format 16 x 22,3 cm) jeweils mit schreibmaschinengeschriebenem Rückentitel auf Papierschild, Deckelbezug mit Handmarmorpapier, Ganzsprenkelschnitt. 8 Bände, mit insgesamt etwa 5.500 Seiten, mit vielen Fotoabbildungen auf Kunstdruckpapier (u.a. auch das Landhaus Ludendorff in Tutzing am Starnberger See / Eine Aufnahme aus der Freimaurerloge \"Libanon zu den 3 Cedern\" in Erlangen / Fotoserie \"Bilder aus dem Heldenkampf des Deutschen Volkes: Bilder aus dem Großen Hauptquartier zu Avesnes\" / Fotostrecke: Die Enthüllung der Ludendorff-Büste von Prof.Manzel im Zeughaus zu Berlin), Schrift: Fraktur, die vorderen Heftumschläge teilweise mit eingebunden. - Aus dem Vorwort (Folge 1/1932): \"Uns Deutschen ist durch die christliche Lehre die Einheit von Blut (Rasseerbgut), Glaube, Kultur und Wirtschaft nach den Weisungen des Gottes des jüdischen Volkes Jahweh und getreu dem Wirken seines Sohnes Jesus Christus genommen. Fremdes Recht vertiefte diese Wirkung. Wir ließen uns völlig entwurzeln und \"hinauserlösen\". So konnten wir Beute derer werden, die uns die Fremdlehren als ein geschlossenes System aufzwangen und uns lehrten, Fremdes als Arteigenes und Gemüt Ergreifendes anzusehen, und uns jedes freie Forschen verwehrten. Der Bann wurde gebrochen, als Luther die Bannbulle, das Zeichen päpstlicher Gerichtsgewalt in Deutschen Landen, verbrannte. Der Bann wurde gebrochen, als Geistesfürsten Erkenntnisse auf Erkenntnisse häuften, bis im Weltkriege und durch ihn infolge unerhörter Tücke und gewaltiger Schicksalsschläge wieder die Sprache des Erbgutes deutlich vernehmbar wurde, und meine Frau in kühnem und folgerichtigen Geistesbau, auf den Bahnen Kants und Schopenhauers weiterschreitend, den Sinn des Seins erkannte und dabei, im Einklang mit dem Erwachen Deutschen Blutes, die Grundlage legte zur arteigenen Gotterkenntnis und einer Lebensmoral, die den einzelnen wieder fest im Volk verwurzelt. So ist denn Deutsche Weltanschauung wieder geworden, die uns die Einheit von Blut (Rasseerbgut), Glaube, Kultur und Wirtschaft in Einklang mit allen Erkenntnissen der Wissenschaft schafft . . . Nun sprudle wieder, heiliger Quell Deutschen Lebens, stähle Deutschen Selbsterhaltungswillen und Deutsche Kraft, daß wir in dem Befreiungskampf gegen unsere Widersacher uns immer fester zusammenschließen und aus ihm herausschreiten als ein in unserer arteigenen Weltanschauung festverwurzeltes, uns selbst gehörendes, wehrhaftes und freies Volk. Ludendorff.\" - In Aufsätzen von General Erich Ludendorff, Dr. Mathilde Ludendorff (Facharzt für Psychiatrie) u.a. werden Themen behandelt wie z.B.: Blutverwurzeltes Weltbild, Schaffung einer Deutschgermanischen Führung, rassenfeindliche Lehre der Rom-Kirche, christliche Religion blutfremd und rasseleugnend, Rasseerwachen des Deutschen Volkes gleichbedeutend mit Rückkehr zu arteigener Weltanschauung, Befreiung Deutschen Blutes von artfremder Lehre, Deutscher Gottglaube aus Deutschem Blut emporwachsend, de blutverwurzelte Deutsche Gotterkenntnis das unerschütterliche Fundament zur Gestaltung einer Deutschen Kultur und eines Deutschen Rechts, Deutsche Volksschöpfung, materialistische Rassenlehren, Rom und Juda die Prediger der Weltheilslehren, Naturwissenschaftliche Rassenforschung, Keine Verquickung deutscher Sonnenwendfeiern mit Geburtstagen jüdischer Menschen!, Vertarnung des schädlichen Wirkens der Freimaurerei im Deutschen Volk, Deutsches Kunstschaffen, Moralisch verwesende Völker, 20 Jahre Vernichtungskrieg gegen Deutschland, Die Sinnerfüllung des Weltkrieges: deutsche Volksschöpfung, Die Feinde Deutscher Freiheit: Rom und Juda und ihre okkulten Werkzeuge, Macht des Rasseerbgutes, Freimaurerverrat im deutschen Heer 1914, Der völlig okkulte General v.Moltke, Christliche Grausamkeit an deutschen Frauen, Das heilige Amt der Frau und Mutter, Zum Geburtstag des Feldherrn, Die deutsche Frau in Volk und Staat, Unser Hochziel: durchgeistigte Minne, Christentum und Judentum, Wer peitscht in die Gottlosigkeit?, Das Recht der Ehescheidung, Von deutscher Tragik, Jüdische Kabbalistik als Quelle von Okkultismus und Astrologie, Das Marnedrama, Schiller und die Deutsche Frau, Aufgaben und Grenzen eines sittlichen Strafrechts, Samson und Dalila: ein Beitrag zur Frage Rasse und Kunst, Der Untergang des Inka-Reiches und seine Ursachen, Aufruf an die Völker Europas, Kirchenstaat Österreich, Sichert das geltende Strafrecht die Volkserhaltung?, Weltkrieg droht auf Deutschem Boden!, Ringen um Geistesfreiheit gegen kirchlichen Zwang, Das Zeitalter des Rokoko und die Gefahren der Volksseele, Genialität und Kunstunterricht, eine Mahnung an Deutsche Lehrkräfte, Goethe als Freimaurer, Hexenmarterung auch durch protestantische Geistliche, Vom Wesen des Deutschen Weibes, Rasse und Unterricht, Schiller-Verfälschungen, Abrüstung und Sicherheit, Schutz des Volkes vor Rassenmischung, Wie es um Rom steht, Die Stellung der Frau in Heidentum und Christentum, Die Brr Freimaurer von Weimar, Die Erziehung des begabten Kindes, Römische reichszerstörende Politik, Die Judenfrage und die Juden, Erwachen der Christen zum Rassebewusstsein, Deutsche Mutterschaft - Zwang oder Freiwilligkeit?, Die Sintflut-Sage in sumerischer und jüdischer Darstellung, Für die Wehrhaftigkeit des Deutschen Volkes, Die Gotik - ein Kind des Nordens, Der Gnadenstuhl Jahwes, Jesuitische Anmaßung, Was lehrt die \"Anthroposophie\" von Rudolf Steiner?, Katholische Aktion durch das Lexikon, Schutz des Volkes vor seelischer Entwurzelung, Rembrandt als Umdichter der Fremdreligion, Der Deutsche Richter, Der uranische Mensch - das Rätsel unserer Zeit, Wieder eine Bluttat aus religiösem Wahnsinn, Induziert es ihre sein durch okkulte Lehren, Tannenberg, Zarathustras Untergang. Zum Todestag von Friedrich Nietzsche am 20. Erntings 1900, Römische Rechtsprechung in Österreich, der Deutsche Rechtsanwalt, Der Kampf zwischen Juda und Japan. Japan als Vorkämpfer freier Volkswirtschaft, Freimaurerarbeit, Uralt-arisch-semitisches Weistum, Von der Gotik zum deutschen Barock, Der römische Priester im Deutschen Schrifttum, Christentum - Propagandalehre des Judentums, Jüdische Kabbalistik - Okkultismus und Astrologie, Die Kunst der Ahnen, Das Heidentum der Altpreußen, Rubens - der Maler der Gegenreformation, Durch Seelenversklavung zur Weltbeherrschung und Völkerknechtschaft, Die Deutsche Tragödie an der Marne, Br. Goethes Charakter, Der Judenstaat \"Biro-Bidjan\", Aus der \"Neugeist\"-Bewegung, Auswirkungen der Mischrassigkeit, Weimar 1924 und heute (Mathilde Ludendorff als Rednerin auf der Reichstagung der Nationalsozialistischen Deutschen Freiheitsbewegung), Was wir Frau Dr.Ludendorff danken, Der Feldherr schreibt, Kampf und Widerstand um Deutsche Gotterkenntnis, Erbsünde oder Unvollkommenheit, Vom Wesen griechischer und Deutscher Kunst, Christliche Propaganda in Deutschen Schulbüchern, Deutsche Lichtbildkunst, Wider die Seelenversklaver, Wehrhafte Volkserziehung, Die kommunistische Agitation im Christentum, Kriegshetze und Völkermorden in die letzten 150 Jahren, Anlage von Ahnensstätten (Ahnenstätten-Verein e.V., wegen Bestattung kirchenfreier Deutscher Volksgenossen), Wilhelm Schäfer: Die 13 Bücher der deutschen Seele, Rom im starken Vormarsch, Volkstod durch Geburtenrückgang, Von Deutscher Kindererziehung, Die Juden und das Wirtschaftsleben von Werner Sombart, Die Freimaurerei lebt!; Schächtung, Karikatur oder Andeutung, Wider das Aufleben der \"Gräkomanie\", Die Volksseele und ihre Machtgestalter, Die Quellen des protestantischen Chorals, Deutschgläubiger Freibund, Christliche Verlogenheit und Niedertracht, Wie die Loge arbeitet, Neu-Buddhismus, Der Deutsche Staatsanwalt, Des Volkes Schicksal in christlichen Bildwerken, Die \"Dirne\" wirkt Wunder!, Was uns zur Weihe nach die alten Lieder melden, Germanische Musikinstrumente, Wirkt El Schaddai der Juden Gott noch?, Franz von Sickingen, . . . . (Fortsetzung der Beschreibung s.Nr.19368!) - Erstausgabe, EA, erste Auflage in sehr guter Erhaltung Versand D: 5,90 EUR Weimarer Republik, Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Haus Ludendorff, Ludendorffer, völkische Glaubensbewegung, Judas Marsch zur Macht in USA, die Hand der überstaatlichen Mächte, Weltfreimaurerei, das deutschen Logentum, die Judenmacht: ihr Wesen und Ende, Ablehnung von Arierparagraph und Führerprinzip in weiten Teilen der evangelischen Kirche, General Erich Ludendorff der eiserne Wille der deutschen Feldsiege, Adolf Hitler, Nationalsozialismus, der Hellseher und Spiritist Rudolf Steiner ein abgefeimter Mauschel-Jude, Anthroposophie eine okkulte Wahnlehre, anthroposophischer Phrasenschwall, Deutschvolk, Zeichnung: Hexenfolterung, Okkultlehren auf deutschem Boden, das Hebräische als Gaunersprache, Kampf der germanischen Logen gegen Juda für römische Zwecke, Alljuda, Weltjuda, Rolle der Freimaurer im jüdischen Weltenplan, arteigene Gotterkenntnis , Antisemitismus, Kampf gegen Freimaurerei und Judentum und dieRom-Kirche und das Christentum überhaupt, völkisches / deutschvölkisches Gedankengut, Antijudaismus, scharfer judenfeindlicher Standpunkt, Deutschglaube, germanische Vorgeschichte, Kunst und Kunsthandwerk der Germanen, Rassenmaterialismus, Ludendorff-Begräbnis, Ludendorffbüste im Berliner Zeughaus

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        Two original manuscripts (incomplete) from the author Arthur Welton. The first 21 pages of "All but the mountains.", typed copy, written in Brooklyn N.Y., and the first 18 pages of "Silent Mist", typed in Paris.

      - in-4to, Author is probably identical with Arthur D. Welton, author of "Mr. Weld retires", "The line between" and "The Twenty seventh ride", published in New York, 1932/1933.The scripts come in a yellow paper binder with the label "All but the mountains. by Arthur Welton". Apparently never published.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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        Immeuble clarté. C`est l`immeuble le plus avancé à l`heure actuelle.

      Genève, Atar, o.J. (ca. 1932) 8°, 4 Bl., m. 3 Grundrissen, einem Seitenschnitt und 5 zeichnerischen Ansichten, Geh., Umschlag etw. angeschm., sonst tadell. Prospekt für zukünfte Mieter des Maison Clarté in Genf. Das Maison Clarté. dieses Genfer Wohnhaus von Le Corbusier entstand in Jahren 1930-32. Bauherr war der Schweizer Industrielle Edmond Wanner. der auch als Bauunternehmer tätig war und deshalb die notwendige Qualität der Schweissarbeiten für die Stahlkonstruktion zusichern konnte. Dieser beauftragte den auf der Höhe seines ersten Ruhms stehenden Le Corbusier damit. ein modernes Haus zu entwerfen. Der Stahlskelettbau beherbergt 45 Duplex-Wohnungen im damals aktuellen Ausbaustandard. Das modulare Ordnungssystem. die Fensterbänder. die serielle Fertigung illustrieren die Forderungen der von ihm 1928 mitgegründeten Congrès International d`Architecture Moderne und lassen das Haus so zum Vorläufer- und Prototypenbau einer Moderne werden. die sich spätestens in den 50er Jahren weltweit durchsetzen konnte - und dafür heute oft kritisiert wird. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Architektur - ArchitektInnen

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        Mutiny on the Bounty

      Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1932. First printing. A G/VG first state copy (blank endpapers) in a VG+ first state dust jacket (no ads to rear flap) with the price of $2.50 intact on the front flap. Publisher's "Compliments of the Author" card signed by James Norman Hall laid in. Scarce first state copy, especially signed. Basis for the 1935 film directed by Frank Loyd and starring Charles Laughton, Clark Gable and Franchot Tone. . Signed by Author. First Edition. Hard Cover. G/VG/VG+.

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        The Snow Queen ("The old woman went right into the water")

      1932. Watercolor and pen and black ink on illustration board, signed "A. Rackham" (lower right). 14 x 11-1/2 in. Matted and framed. Watercolor and pen and black ink on illustration board, signed "A. Rackham" (lower right). 14 x 11-1/2 in. Original watercolor illustrating an episode from "The Snow Queen," from Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales, published by Harrap in 1932, for which Rackham executed 8 color and 19 black-and-white illustrations. The present illustration is reproduced in black-and-white on page 55. Gerda called out still louder, and then there came out fo the house an old, old woman leaning on a crutch: she had on a big sun-hat, painted with the most lovely flowers. 'You poor little child!' said the old woman. 'How did you manage to come on the great strong river, and to float so far out into the wide world?' And then the old woman went right into the water, hooked the boat with her crutch, drew it to land, and lifted little Gerda out" (Fairy Tales, p. 54). Literature: Andersen, Fairy Tales (George G. Harrap & Co., 1932), p. 55; Latimore & Haskell, p. 68; Riall, p. 177

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        Wladimir Majakowskij (russisch).

      Gosudarstwennoe izdatelstwo izobrazitelnyh iskusstw,, Moskau, 1932 - Moskau, Gosudarstwennoe izdatelstwo izobrazitelnyh iskusstw, 1932. Kl.-4°. Illustrationen von Wladimir Majakowski. Orig.-Broschur mit farb. Schutzumschlag. Erstausgabe. - Neben den Abbildungen von Plakaten, Karikaturen, Buchillustrationen und Portraits des russischen avangardistischen Künstlers Wladimir Majakowskij (1893-1930)Gedichte des russischen Schriftstellers Wassili Katanian (1907-1980). Das Buch, die erste umfassende Monographie über Majakowskij. - Durchgehend gebräunt. Schutzumschlag fleckig, gebräunt mit fachmännisch restaurierten Einrissen. Sprache: Russisch / Russian Orig.-Broschur mit farb. Schutzumschlag. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Indian Round Table Conference: The Hand Colored Caricatures of Emery Kelen

      [London]: NP, [ca. 1932]. 41 leaves, each 15 by 11 inches, some light toning to the edges of most, European Press service stamp on several, else in fine condition with bright colors. Technically and incomplete set, but still a substantial grouping, as evidence suggests that Kelen would market these separately to the media. Also included are two original drawings by Kelen of Goebbels and his fellow German, Franz Von Papen, probably done at the Lausanne Peace Conference in 1924. OCLC locates only three locations with a full portfolio of eight four plates. Group of 41 caricatures from the first and second Indian Round Table Conferences [1931 and 1932] organized by the British Government to discuss constitutional reforms in India. Three Indian Round Table Conferences occurred between 1930 and 1932. Kelen, who routinely worked with fellow Hungarian, Alois Derso was born in Gyor, Hungary in 1896. His and Derso's collaboration included twenty years of work in Europe and ten in the U.S. They reported on and caricatured diplomats and politicians as well as covered the activities of the League of Nations, eventually leaving Europe in 1938 primarily to escape the growing threat of anti Semitism. Provenance: ex Lt. Colonel V.S.M. de Guinzbourg, United Nations staffer, author of 'Wit and Wisdom of the United Nations' with his custom [?] snake skin portfolio present.

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        Night Flight.

      London: Desmond Harmsworth,, 1932. Translated by Stuart Gilbert. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles and star design to spine in silver, blue marbled endpapers. With the dust jacket. Spine faded and slightly rolled, tips a little rubbed, internally clean. An excellent copy, in the jacket with toned spine and foxed panels, small pink stain to front flap, some shallow chips and nicks to extremities, and 5 cm closed tear to fold of front flap. First English language edition, first impression, second state binding. This is the second novel by Saint-Exupéry; it was originally published in French in 1932, under the title Vol de Nuit. It became an international best-seller won the 1931 Prix Femina.

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        [Op. 22]. Quartett für Geige, Klarinette, Tenorsaxophon und Klavier op. 22 Partitur. [Full score]

      Wien... Leipzig: Universal-Edition [PN U.E. 10.050]. 1932. Small folio. Original publisher's. Printed note "WEAG [Waldheim-Eberle AG)] 1930" to lower right corner of last page of music. Publisher's catalogue "Werke von Anton Webern," numbered "123" and dated "VII. [July] 1932." to verso of lower wrapper. A presentation copy, with a signed autograph inscription from the composer to title in black ink: "Dr. David Bach herzlichs überreicht von seinem Webern Nov. 1932." From the collection of the noted pianist, teacher and collector Jacob Lateiner (1928-2010), with a note laid in from the distinguished music antiquarian Albi Rosenthal (1914-2004): "for Jacob - as a souvenir of his first (and frustrating) visit to Otto Haas - Albi, London, 12 May 1967." Wrappers slightly worn and soiled. . First Edition. Moldenhauer pp. 714-15. Webern completed the present work in August 1930. Dr. David Josef Bach (1874-1947), an important figure in Viennese cultural life in the first quarter of the 20th century, was a signficiant patron of the arts, an academic, and a writer who championed the dissemination of the arts to the masses. Many important musical and visual artists were indebted to his patronage and support, including Webern, Schoenberg (who wrote an atonal birthday canon of 21 measures for him in 1934) and Oskar Kokoscha (who executed a portrait of him). "As a boy, Bach was a close friend of the young Arnold Schoenberg, who later named him as one of the three friends (the other two were Oskar Adler and Alexander von Zemlinsky) who greatly influenced him in his youthful explorations of music and literature... An active socialist dedicated to making the arts accessible to the working classes, it was D.J. Bach who instituted the Arbeiter-Symphonie-Konzerte ('Workers' Symphony Concerts') in Vienna in 1905. His wide-ranging activities earned him the hostility of right-wing groups, who denounced his artistic programme as part of a 'Jewish conspiracy' to undermine traditional Austrian culture. Such accusations were all the more vehement because D.J. Bach was also one of the earliest members of the Vienna Psychoanalytical Association which met under the aegis of Sigmund Freud and whose members were mostly Jewish... Music was, and remained, his central focus, and it was he who founded the amateur Vienna Singverein ('Vienna Choral Society') in 1919. This organisation, together with the Arbeiter-Symphonie-Konzerte and the 'Workers' Music Conservatoire', flourished until all were disbanded upon the new fascist government's outlawing of the Social Democratic Party and imposition of an authoritarian constitution in 1934. Anton Webern was active as a conductor of all musical organisations, and developed a close and enduring friendship with D.J. Bach..." Wikipedia

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        Twelfth Night, or, What You Will.

      Sm. Walthanm St. Lawrence: The Golden Cockerel Press, 1932. Sm. folio, 76 pp, title border and 29 other engravings by Eric Ravilious printed in slate-blue and sienna. Orig. quarter bound brown morocco, orange cloth boards decorated with repeating designs by the artist by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Fine. Limited to 275 copies printed on Batchelor hand-made paper with the Golden Cockerel watermark. One of the best books of the press and recognized as a major work by Ravilious.

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        Lettre autographe signée.

      Paris, 7. IV. 1932. - 2 pages in-8, en-tête Société des Artistes Indépendants. Poignante lettre de Signac « cher monsieur, je suis sur le point de perdre un de mes enfants; dans ces conditions, il m&#146;est tout à fait impossible d&#146;executer le travai que vous me damandez. Je vous serai reconnaissant de ne point insister ».

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        No Man of Her Own (Original screenplay for the 1932 film)

      Los Angeles: Paramount Pictures, 1932. First draft script for the 1932 film. Studio file copy, rubber-stamped on the front wrapper. Brief notations on the front wrapper in holograph pencil. Based on a story by Benjamin Glazer and Edmund Goulding. Babe (Gable) is a card hustler on the lam who meets librarian Connie (Lombard, the original sexy librarian). The two fall in love, get married, and when Connie discovers Babe's gambling habits, their love is put to the test. Salmon self wrappers, rubber-stamped copy No. 1278 and MASTER FILE, dated October 20, 1932, with credits for story writers Goulding and Glazer, screenwriter Watkins, and continuity writer Anges Brand Leahy. Title page integral with front wrapper. PAGES leaves, with last leaf of text numbered 2 (the second page of a summary). Mimeograph. Near Fine overall, side-stitched.

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        Dinner at Eight

      New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1932. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First Edition. 259 p. Black cloth gilt lettering. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. Very light foxing to top edge and paste downs. Small tear in jacket near head, light shelf wear, price intact ($2.00). Lovely shape overall. The basis of the alternately charming and maudlin George Cukor film with a dynamite ensemble cast.

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