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        Deadlier than the Male.

      New York. Duell Sloan and Pearce. 1942. 8vo., original cloth with dust wrapper. Wrapper sunned on spine as usual, with a few nicks and a little light browning to lower panel, otherwise a very good copy. First edition. The basis for the 1947 film noir Born to Kill directed by Robert Wise, starring Claire Trevor, Lawrence Tierney and Walter Slezak, From the library of note crime author Dorothy B Hughes with her pencil ownership signature. A great association between two authors whose work helped to define harboiled fiction in its maturity and provided source material for some of the most important film noir of the 1940s and 1950s.

      [Bookseller: Henry Sotheran Ltd.]
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        Herausgegeben von einer Marine-Kriegsberichter-Einheit

      2. Jahrgang 1942 Nr. 2 (3.1.42) - 147 (30.6.42) es fehlt Nr. 1 und möglicherweise Nr. 6 Gebunden, (R3) (R3)

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        Herausgegeben von einer Marine-Kriegsberichter-Einheit,

      1942 - 2. Jahrgang 1942 Nr. 2 (3.1.42) - 147 (30.6.42) es fehlt Nr. 1 und möglicherweise Nr. 6 Gebunden, (R3) (R3) Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 700 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Leaves of Grass [Edward Weston photographs]

      New York: The Limited Editions Club [Printed by the Aldus Printers], 1942. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. Weston, Edward. 4to - over 9" - 12" tall. 313 p. Signed by Photographer. Limited Edition of 1500, this no. 409, SIGNED BY EDWARD WESTON. The importance of Walt Whitman's "Leaves of Grass" is undisputed, interpreted here with the photography of Edward Weston, who has been called "one of the most innovative and influential American photographers" (N.B., quote from Wiki). A near fine set in the original slipcase. ***DESCRIPTION: Two volumes, each bound in full imitation vellum printed with a photograph by Mr. Weston in green, brown leather spine labels with gilt lettering, endpapers of a very light celadon (as are all the pages), title page printed on an inset of darker green with lettering in black and celadon, frontispiece one of Mr. Weston's photographs, photographs printed on glossy paper (Warren's Lustro Gloss) with the text on Worthy special paper; volumes are quarto sized (approximately 12" tall), pagination is continuous as follows: Volume 1, (i)-xxxii (includes preliminaries, Introduction by Mark Van Doren, and Walt Whitman's Preface to the Edition of 1855), 1-123, Note as to ending of Volume 1 (i); Volume 2, (i-iv), 124-264, Alphabetical List of Titles (1-10), blank (11), colophon page (12); limited edition of 1500 copies, this no. 409, SIGNED BY EDWARD WESTON in green ink. The matching publisher's slipcase is of brown cloth, with a green paper spine label with gold lettering and ruled borders. ***CONDITION: Overall both volumes are near fine, with strong, square text blocks, solid hinges, straight corners with a minimum of rubbing, the interiors are clean and bright, and the set is entirely free of prior owner markings; both volumes have some light rubbing to the head and tail of the spines and minor wear to both spine labels; also with a very small chip at the top of the rear joint of Volume 2 and a small rubbed spot at the middle of the spine also on Volume 2; interiors are fine with just a hint of offsetting from the photographs. The slipcase is near fine, strong and sturdy, with some light edgewear and a bit of rubbing to the edges of the spine label. ***CITATION: LEC Bibliography No. 141. ***POSTAGE: International customers, please note that additional postage may apply as the standard does not always cover costs; please contact us for details. ***Swan's Fine Books is pleased to be a member of the ABAA, ILAB and IOBA and we stand behind every book we sell. Please contact us with any questions you may have, we are here to help.

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        Go Down, Moses: And Other Stories

      Random House, New York 1942 - New York: Random House. 1942. F First Edition. H Hardcover. Very Good. TRUE FIRST EDITION. A very good copy in the original black first issue cloth and original dust jacket (jacket is price-clipped and has several small chips, some nicks and wear; book is square, solid, and in very good condition). 8vo [8],383pp Contains 7 short stories in all (including the title story and "The Bear"). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pied Piper

      London Heinemann 1942 - A first edition, first printing published by Heinemann in 1942. A very good book with a fairly lengthy inscription to the front endpaper. Some light spotting. In a very good clipped wrapper with some loss to the head of the spine and to the corners. The correct first issue dust wrapper with the review for 'Landfall' to the rear. Excessively rare and very difficult to find with the original dust wrapper given the poor quality of the War time paper. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: John Atkinson Books ABA ILAB PBFA]
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        Problems of Lasting Peace

      1942. First Edition . Signed. HOOVER, Herbert and GIBSON, Hugh. The Problems of Lasting Peace. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1942. Octavo, original blue cloth, original dust jacket. $2000.First edition of President Hoover and co-author Gibson's critically praised analysis of a world in crisis, published in the midst of World War II, boldly signed by President Hoover, in scarce dust jacket.This thoughtful and timely work of statesmanship was written in the midst of WWII by former President Hoover and diplomat Hugh Gibson. On publication Problems of Lasting Peace was highly commended as a “sane, forceful, stimulating discussion filled with many shrewd truths. It would be a fine thing if many of our own leaders would read it… [Co-author] Wallace's fervent idealism and Hoover's conservative realism both lead to the same conclusion: America's necessity to play a far greater role on the international stage of the future” (New York Times). “First Edition” stated on copyright page. Book fine; slight edge-wear to scarce near-fine dust jacket.

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        Fliegen und Siegen

      Ein Raumbildwerk von unserer Luftwaffe, München, Raumbild Verlag Schönstein, 1942, Hartkartoneinband, 87 Seiten, 8 Farbtafeln, 100 Raumbilder, Brille, Einband nur leicht berieben, Zustand 2 (P124) (P124)

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        Fliegen und Siegen. Ein Raumbildluftwerk von unserer Luftwaffe.

      Raumbild-Verlag Otto Schönstein (1942), München - 4to. Mit 99 (st.100) Raumbildaufnahmen, 8 Farbtaf. u. 1 Brille. 87 S. OLwd. m. silbergeprägt. Deckel- u. Rückentitel. Es fehlt Bild 65 (Fallschirmjäger in Chanea), sonst vollständig und mit dem Raumbildbetrachter. - Wenige Bilder m. kl. Fleck am Rande, einige Textseiten schwach stockfleckig, sonst von sehr guter Erhaltung. gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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      Colour off-set printing (Good, some wear along old folds, printed on very fragile paper, some minor chipping and loss to blank margin in upper left), 59.5 x 83.5 cm (23.5 x 33 inches). - [Fascist Spain], July 1942. A fantastic large-format propaganda broadside, or ‘wall newspaper’, made to celebrate the exploits of German General Erwin Rommel, the ‘Desert Fox’, and his Afrikakorps, printed in Fascist Spain in July 1942, before the pivotal showdown at El Alamein had been decided. - This wonderfully designed large-format propaganda broadside, or ‘wall newspaper’, celebrates the Western Desert Campaign (1941-3) of Lieutenant General Erwin Rommel, the ‘Desert Fox’, considered to be by far and way to best World War II German military commander and the only Nazi officer who was internationally esteemed. While ultimately unsuccessful, the exploits of his Afrikakorps in North Africa, often undertaken against numerically superior adversaries, are today the stuff of military legend. The broadside was printed in the Castilian language, as part of a series of pro-Axis propaganda wall newspapers issued in Fascist Spain. A masterpiece of persuasive art, the broadside shows a full length portrait of General Rommel, labelled, ‘El guerrero victorioso, mariscal Rommel, en su automóvil de Campania durante la batalla’ [The victorious warrior, Marshal Rommel, in his campaign vehicle during the battle’], while the silhouette of a palm tree harkens the exotic nature of the Maghreb. To the right are a series of photographs of battle scenes and captions all designed to portray Rommel as lion and his Afrikakorps as all-conquering heroes. No mention is made of the fact that the contest between Rommel and the Allies was largely a hard-fought stalemate; here one gains the impression that the Germans were effortlessly mowing down the opposition. The lower part of the composition features a map of the military theatre extending from Benghazi, Libya over to Alexandria Egypt, marking key battle points, notably the Siege of El Tobruk and the epic showdown at El Alamein. Arrows show the progress of Rommel’s army, for the east to the west. Erwin Rommel’s Western Desert Campaign - The Western Desert Campaign (1941-3) was a German initiative to dominate North Africa and to cut-off and conquer British Egypt. Although it ultimately proved unsuccessful, the Germans gave the Allies a run for their money, and when this poster was printed in July 1942, it looked quite possible that Rommel might break through the last British lines of defence, taking the vital city of Alexandria, upon which the rest of the Egypt would fall like dominos. In the winter of 1941, the British army had successfully beaten back Italian attempts to invade Egypt from their colony of Libya. The Italians were then on the back-foot and feared a successful British invasion of Libya. The German responded by sending a small, but highly trained, army known as the Afrikakorps to Libya with the intention of not only defending Libya, but also attacking British-Allied positions in Egypt. Lieutenant General Erwin Rommel (1891 - 1944) was by far and way the most talented German general, but Adolf Hitler despised and feared him, so decided to banish him to this far-away campaign. The Afrikakorps quickly engaged the far larger British Allied forces, led by Rommel’s arch-nemesis and mutual admirer, General Bernard Montgomery. The Germans pinned the Allies down at the Siege of El Tobruk (April 10 to November 27, 1941), in far western Libya, whereupon the Allies withstood a siege of 241 days, before Rommel moved westwards into Egypt. The Allies tried, on numerous occasion to destroy the Afrikakorps with superior numbers and firepower, but every time Rommel slipped way only to head ever closer to Alexandria. This earned Rommel the nickname, the ‘Desert Fox’. At the beginning of July 1942, Rommel’s forces arrived at El Alamein, Egypt, only a short distance east of Alexandria. There they fought a fierce, nearly month-long battle (July 1-27), which ultimately proved inconclusive. The present broadside was made in the middle of the First Battle of El Alamein, when the outcome was unclear, and when it s

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor]
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        Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik. Jahrgänge 1-37 (1868-1906) , 45 (1914/15), 49-66 (1923-1940, ohne Jg. 62/1) und Jge. 67/1 und 68/1. Zusammen 55 vollständige Jahrgänge in 67 Bänden und 3 Halbjahresbände.

      Reimer, Berlin 1868-1942. - zwischen 426 S. u. 1996 S./Band (im Durchschnitt 800 S./Band), Poggendorff III, S. 985; Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 55000 Bibliotheks-Halbleinen, Bibliotheks-Exemplar (ordnungsgemäß entwidmet), Stempel auf Vorsatz und Titel, die Bände zum Teil neu eingebunden, die Jahrgänge 8, 17, 20-23 u. 25 mit stärkeren Gebrauchsspuren, die Jahrgänge 1-4, 11, 13, 14, 16, 18, 19, 27-31 mit geringen Gebrauchsspuren die Jahrgänge 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 15, 24, 26 und 32 bis 68/1 einwandfrei! Alle Bände bis auf gelegentliche min. Papierbräunung innen tadellos.

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        Prose di romanzi Vol. II Terra vergine - Le novelle della Pescara - Giovanni Episcopo - Le vergini delle rocce - Il fuoco - Forse che si forse che no - La Leda senza cigno

      ARNOLDO MONDADORI EDITORE, 1942. ITALIANO 0,99 Volume rilegato in tela, con titolo in oro al dorso. Pagine in buono stato, con tagli bruniti. Presente un fac - simile di manoscritto di D' Annunzio in una tasca al contropiatto posteriore USATO

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        Arabia and the Far East.: Their Commercial and Cultural Relations in Graeco-Roman and Irano-Arabian Times.

      Cairo Societe Royale de Geographie d'Egypte. 1942 - A very good copy bound in modern buckram, with the bookplate of R.M. Burrell.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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      Oblong Folio (31 x 47 cm / inches). [1] printed title page, 28 pp. printed text and full-page charts, XI plates and maps incl. 1 folding map lithographed in colour, 29-34 pp. printed full-page charts, XII-XIV maps lithographed in colour, 35-40 pp. printed full-page charts, XV-XIX maps lithographed in colour, 41-46 pp. printed full-page charts, XX-XXIII maps lithographed in colour, 47-52 pp. printed full-page charts, XXIV-XXXI maps incl. one folding map lithographed in colour, 53-76 pp. printed full-page charts, XXXII-XXXIV statistical charts in colour and in black, original brown binding with printed title (Very Good, binding slightly stained, linen spine replaced with modern brown linen, endpapers replaced with modern paper). - Marburg a. d. Drau (i. e. Maribor, Slovenia): Bundesführung des Steirischen Heimatbundes 1943. A disturbing, highly confidential Nazi statistical atlas was printed during WWII as a part of a project to Germanize a largely Slavic populated region of South Styria. - This larger detailed atlas shows statistic of the population of South Styria in 1942, in majority populated with Slovenians and Croatians, but at the time under Nazi German occupation. The chats, tables and colour maps give a detailed insight on the population of the region, such as average age, economical and housing situation etc. The text, printed on the back of the title page strictly forbids distribution of contents of this atlas physically or by word of mouth, without a special permission, during the time of the war. South Styria during WWII and Hitler’s ethnical cleansing - To set the ugly scene, following the conclusion of World War I, the traditional Austrian Habsburg duchies of Styria and Carinthia were divided between the new republic of Austria and the nation of Yugoslavia. The line of division was, and remained, highly contentious, as Yugoslavia was awarded Lower (southern) Styria (which had a large German-speaking minority); while Austria retained almost all of Carinthia, even though many of its southern areas were majority ethnic Slovene. Following the German invasion of Yugoslavia in April 1941, virtually all of Lower Styria, in addition to some adjacent territories, was annexed to Nazi Germany. Hitler, upon his visit to Maribor (German: Marburg am Drau), the main city of lower Styria, declared that he "wanted to make Styria German again". The Nazis then embarked upon a dastardly design to ‘remove’ the majority of ethnic Slovenes, as well as other non-Germans, from both Lower Styria and Carinthia. In their place, ethnic Germans would be resettled into the region, giving it a German demographic super-majority. Heinrich Himmler, the heinous head of the SS, was charged with devising the basic plan. He decided that all non-Germans who had moved to Lower Styria and Carinthia after 1914 (the start of World War I) should automatically be deported from the region (many people from other parts of Yugoslavia had moved to Lower Styria since then). Additionally, Nazis doctors should examine all ethnically "suspicious" people, and if they did not meet their racial criteria, they should also be deported. Next, all Slovenian and non-German intellectuals and political activists should be removed. This would have the effect of decapitating the local society, removing virtually all of its leadership and, supposedly with it, the possibility for organized resistance. Finally, Himmler would remove most Slovenian farmers, so that their land could be given to German settlers. The only Slovenes and others who would be exempt from deportation would be mine workers (necessary for the Nazi war effort) and collaborators. If followed, this diabolical plan would establish an ethnic German super-majority in the region. Unsurprisingly, Himmler’s plan for Styria and Carinthia was similar in many respects to the ones he had already instigated to ethnically cleanse parts of the Czech Republic and Poland, although the details are unique to this situation. The overarching principles of this horrific programme were devised in Berlin and approved by Hitler on May 25, 1941 in his telegraph no. 344 to Zagreb, however, the mechanisms of its implication were to be decided regionally. On June 4, 1941, a ground of nineteen German and Croatian officials met in the Nazi Office in Zagreb to work out the particulars of ethnically cleansing Lower Styria, Carinthia and parts of Croatia. The first transportation of people from Styria to Serbia started within weeks, but the plan was abruptly slowed down, after Serbia had not had enough facilities for transported inhabitants. Also resistance on the occupied areas of Yugoslavia grew stronger after the first months of the war, which forced German soldiers

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        Parts of a World

      New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1942. First edition, 1000 copies printed. [2], [x], 182, [2] pp. 8vo. Original blue cloth, dust jacket. Some toning and chipping to spine of jacket and other minor wear, reinforcement to jacket verso, very good plus. First edition, 1000 copies printed. [2], [x], 182, [2] pp. 8vo. Edelstein A 5.a.1

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      Random House 1942 - First Edition, First Printing Beautiful, clean near fine book with a striking original near fine dust jacket. First Edition, First Printing of THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN. This is the first novel in which superman made his appearance. Published by Random House, New York, 1942. Very scarce condition beautiful crisp, clean book with a striking original dust jacket. Both the book and jacket are in extraordinary condition considering this children¿s book is usually found ¿well loved and read¿. The crisp book has red boards with bright unfaded blue titles and an image of superman to the front and spine. The book has bright clean, crisp boards still retaining their original sheen. The boards have sharp corners with one rear corner bump and no edgewear. The books contains many stunning black and white drawing and 4 color plates in fine condition. The binding is tight and square. The end papers are clean with no inscriptions, no book plates, and no bookstore stamps. The blank page opposite the half title page has a small but stunning sticker which states ¿23rd Bombing Squadron¿ (please see images). The internal pages are clean with no stains, sharp corners, no writing, no handling marks, no bent pages and no foxing. An overall solid, clean, crisp beautiful book. Please see images. The original first edition jacket has benefited from some very slight restoration by an expert paper conservator and as such presents in near fine condition. The jacket has strong vibrant colors with no edgewear, no chips, no stains, no rubbing, no rips, no fading but some slight typical fading to the spine, and no foxing. The dust jacket is NOT Price clipped and has a stated price of $1.75 on the rear inner flap. Please see detailed images. A very handsome example of this title. Presents beautifully on the shelf. ADDITIONAL IMAGE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. Please see our Abe store for other rare titles [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      [Various printers for H.M. Stationery Office], December 1941 [vol. II October 1942]. 8vo, two volumes. Original red cloth, spines and front covers lettered in gilt; pp. viii, 292; xi, 346, highly illustrated with plates, maps and plans, four large maps in rear pockets, cloth a little marked, rear endpapers with light spotting; provenance: volume one neatly inscribed by Professor Kenneth Mason, the director of 17 titles of this Naval Intelligence Division series, bookplate of the Library of the University of Oxford School of Geography inside front cover of volume II. First edition, association copy. B. R. 506 and 506 A. Geographical Handbook Series. - Probably one of the best-researched set of books on the North African country. 'A series of intelligence handbooks produced during the First World War had proved valuable both during the conflict and as subsequent reference sources. Early in the Second World War the Director of Naval Intelligence ordered the preparation of a new and improved series to meet the requirements of the day. The Handbooks were designed to provide, in the words of the Preface, "for the use of Commanding Officers, information in a comprehensive and convenient form about countries which they may be called upon to visit, not only in war but in peace-time; secondly, to maintain the high standard of education in the Navy and, by supplying officers with material for lectures ... to ensure for all ranks that visits to a new country shall be both interesting and profitable"' (Cambridge Archive Editions, who reproduce a few titles of the series, online). Provenance: Kenneth Mason (1887-1976) was a geographer-soldier, mountaineer and the first statutory professor of geography at Oxford University. Inspired by Younghusband's Heart of a Continent as a child, he conducted intense surveys of the Himalayas and was awarded an RGS medal in 1927 for his surveys of India and Russian Turkestan as well for his leadership of the Shakshagam Expedition. 'Mason also revitalized the links between geography at Oxford and practical service. These had begun with the RGS's involvement in the establishment of the discipline at Oxford and were fostered by Halford Mackinder and particularly his successor, A. J. Herbertson. Under Mason, with his extensive contacts in the military services, government, the city, and the RGS, the school consolidated its practical focus, linked to regional planning, surveying, exploration, teaching, and colonial service. A notable product was the Admiralty handbooks produced during the war when the school became an intelligence unit' (ODNB).

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        The Song of Bernadette.

      New York: The Viking Press, 1942 - Octavo. Original buff cloth, spine and front board lettered in gilt and red, top edge red. With the dust jacket. Spine toned, otherwise an excellent copy in the slightly creased jacket that has some nicks to extremities. First US edition, first printing, signed by the author on the front free endpaper. Originally published as 'Das Lied Von Bernadette' in 1941 by Bermann-Fischer of Stockholm. The Song of Bernadette is a reverent recounting of the life of St. Bernadette of Lourdes. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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      8°, 16 pp. printed text with red title, stapled (Very Good). - Drinici, Bosnia & Herzegovina - Belgrade, Serbia: Centralni komitet Komunisticke partije Jugoslavije [Organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Yugoslavia] December 1942. The last number of the most important Yugoslavian Communist underground newspaper Proleter (Proletarian) includes first printings of articles by the most prominent Yugoslavian Communists, active in Partisan underground movement. - This is the last number of a famous Yugoslavian Communist newspaper Proleter, printed illegally in various locations between 1929 and December 1942. It includes first printings of articles, by most famous Yugoslavian (Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian) members of the National Liberation Army: Josip Broz Tito (1892 - 1980), Moša Pijade (1890-1957), Sreten Žujovi? (1899 – 1976), Aleksandar Rankovi? (1909 – 1983), Milovan ?ilas (1911 - 1995), Veselin Masleša (1906 — 1943), Mitra Mitrovi? (1912 - 2001) and Ivo "Lola" Ribar (1916 - 1943). The articles are written in Latin and Cyrillic script. The newspaper was distributed in the underground movement of Partisans, where articles were then reprinted in separate publications. The first number of Proleter, published by a forbidden Communist Party of Yugoslavia, was published by an underground press in Zagreb in 1929. After the police confiscated the complete numbers 3 and 5, the printing was moved to Vienna. In the next decade the newspaper was printed in Paris, Brussels and Prague, after which, in 1940, it moved back to Zagreb, then to Ljubljana and Belgrade, where during WWII it became a part of the underground Partisan printing production. There were only three war numbers and the last two war numbers were printed in Drini?i and Fo?a (Bosnia and Herzegovina) and reprinted in occupied Belgrade. A facsimile of all editions was published in 1968. Today we could not trace any original examples in institutions worldwide. References: Bibliografija, no. 8812.

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        BAX, DORDRECHT--- De stamboom van de tak Bax van Dordrecht. Ede 22-9-1942, door Th.A. Boeree. Getypt boek met ingeplakte foto's etc., 90 pag., gebonden in linnen band.

      Waarschijnlijk handexemplaar van de auteur. M11147.

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        Die Kriegsmarine. Raumbildalbum mit 100 Raumbildern so wie Brille - KOMPLETT !

      München, Raumbild-Verlag Otto Schönstein, 1942. 4°, 84 Seiten mit zahlreichen farbigen ganzseitigen Bildtafeln und mit 100 Raumbildern so wie Brille in betitelten rosanen Original-Pappband Eonbandkanten leicht berieben sonst guter Zustand - 1942. H2389 Versand D: 6,00 EUR Zweiter Weltkrieg II, Seefahrt militärisch und Marine

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        ESCUDOS Y MARCAS DE IMPRESORES Y LIBREROS EN ESPAÑA DURANTE LOS SIGLOS XV A XIX (1485-1850) con 818 facsímiles. Prólogo de Don Vicente Castañeda Alcover.

      Orbis, Barcelona 1942 - Edición de 800 ejemplares sobre papel superior, fabricado especialmente para la misma. Ejemplar Nº 69.636pp. 20 x 29cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        One Man's Meat

      Harper & Brothers, New York 1942 - First edition. Rubbing at the extremities, near very good in a heavily chipped and taped dustwrapper, housed in a cloth clamshell case with morocco spine label gilt. E.B. White's own copy with his ownership signature, and his penciled corrections on four pages. Also in a pocket in the case is a Typed Letter Signed ("Andy") at a later date to Harriet Walden, his personal assistant at The New Yorker and chief of copywriters about a correction in his earlier essay, "Good-Bye to 48th Street," asking her to correct the essay in The New Yorker's copies of "The Points of My Compass." The author's classic collection of short essays that originally appeared in Harper's Magazine or The New Yorker. White's good sense, close observation, keen sense of the absurd and essential humanism are almost unparalleled in 20th Century American literature. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Nidden. Kurische Nehrung Ostpreußen. Ortsplan und große Wegekarte mit Straßen- u. Einwohnerverzeichnis.

      Nidden: Kunstverlag Nidden.(1942). 17 x 11,2 cm, Karte ausgefaltet ca. 32 x 58 cm. Original Karton mit Deckeltitel. Guter Zustand, nur der Umschlag ist lose..

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        3 Ernennungsurkunden für den U-Boot Kommandanten Helmut Vogler - signiert von Erich Raeder].

      (Berlin 1938-1942) - 3 loose Blätter (davon zwei als Doppelblätter), 35,5 x 25,5 cm. Konvolut von drei Ernennungsurkunden für den U-Bootfahrer Helmut Vogler (Bad Oldesloe 23. September 1916 - Englischer Kanal 21. Juli 1944). Jede der drei Urkunden trägt das blindgeprägte Dienstsiegel des Oberbefehlshabers der Kriegsmarine und die eigenhändige Signatur von Admiral Erich Raeder. - Die erste Urkunde vom 1. April 1938 ("Im Namen des Führers und Reichskanzlers") bestätigt die Beförderung des Oberfähnrichs zur See Heinrich Vogler zum Leutnant zur See. Die zweite Urkunde stammt vom 1. Oktober 1939 (Beförderung zum Oberleutnant zur See); die dritte Urkunde stammt vom 1. Juli 1942 (Beförderung zum Kapitänleutnant). - Vogler gehörte der Crew 35 an und erlangte sein eigenes Kommando (U-212) am 25. April 1942. Er starb beim Untergang von U-212 südlich Brighton (Wasserbombenangriff durch die englischen Fregatten Curzon und Ekins). - Die Urkunde von 1942 mit Rostspuren einer entfernten Büroklammer. Sonst und insgesamt gute, gepflegte Exemplare. --- Lot of three promotion certificates, each bearing the relief print seal of the German Supreme Command of the Navy and the signature by the hand of Supreme Commander Admiral Erich Raeder (1876-1960). The certificates mark the promotions of Helmut Vogler (1916-1942). Vogler was member of crew 35 and promoted to Leutnant zur See (April 1st 1938); Oberleutnant zur See (October 1st 1939) and Kapitänleutnant (July 1st. 1942). As commander of U-212 (which he became on April 25 1942) he died on July 21st 1942 - his boat being hit and sunk by depht charges from HMS Curzon and HMS Ekins in the English Channel, south of Brighton. - Mint condition apart from a small paper clip mark and stain on the 1942 certificate. 202 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn]
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        Problems of Lasting Peace

      1942. First Edition . Signed. HOOVER, Herbert and GIBSON, Hugh. The Problems of Lasting Peace. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1942. Octavo, original blue cloth, original dust jacket. $2200.First edition of President Hoover and co-author Gibson's critically praised analysis of a world in crisis, published in the midst of World War II, an exceptional presentation/association copy inscribed to Admiral William V. Pratt, Hoover's Chief of Naval Operations—""To Admiral Wm. V. Pratt, With the affection of Herbert Hoover,"" continued in the hand of Gibson, ""and Hugh Gibson.""This thoughtful and timely work of statesmanship was written in the midst of WWII by former President Hoover and diplomat Hugh Gibson. On publication Problems of Lasting Peace was highly commended as a ""sane, forceful, stimulating discussion filled with many shrewd truths. It would be a fine thing if many of our own leaders would read it… [Co-author] Wallace's fervent idealism and Hoover's conservative realism both lead to the same conclusion: America's necessity to play a far greater role on the international stage of the future"" (New York Times). ""First Edition"" stated on copyright page. In this work Hoover singles out Admiral Pratt, stating that never ""did American military leadership ever rise to greater heights than under General Pershing and Admiral Benson, Pratt and Sims"" (90). Pratt ""expertly managed the enormous burdens placed on the department by American entry into World War I. In August 1918 Pratt became assistant chief of naval operations, one of the most responsible positions in the navy…. By 1929 he had achieved an admiral's four stars as commander in chief, U.S. Fleet, the top seagoing command."" President Hoover then ""asked the admiral to head the technical staff at the London Naval Conference in 1930…. Hoover hoped the admiral's moderate views would neutralize the more conservative stance his colleagues in the department had adopted"" (ANB). Hoover subsequently appointed Pratt chief of naval operations and later wrote: ""Admirals Pratt, Hepburn, and Jones genuinely supported what we were trying to do (Memoirs II:341). Book fine; light edge-wear to original dust jacket. A near-fine presentation/association copy, very scarce inscribed by both Hoover and his co-author.

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        Tony Sarg's Treasure Book Alice in Wonderland, Treasure Island & Rip VanWinkle

      New York: B F Jay, 1942. First edition. Hardcover. Near fine. First in Sarg's series of the Treasure Books. This volume, in the original box, contains shortened versions of Alice In Wonderland, Treasure Island & Rip Van Winkle with movables. So far as we can determine, this copy has all of its movable and loose parts save only the rubber moon face, as expected, which has long since dried and shattered. (Nor are we aware of any copy today with the moon face intact.). Movable ship on the cover, Alice has a movable neck; the Queen's invitation is present, the Mad Hatter tips his hat; the black spot and the map are present, the apple barrel has its apples concealing Jim, and there is a net bag with three jewels in it; Rip's fish and fishing line are there also the American flag,and the movable scene in the rear cover. A near fine exemplar. The original box is present, but broken or repaired corners. The top is lightly worn and it quite presentable. Montanaro p. 315.

      [Bookseller: Thorn Books]
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        Corpus Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Latinorum CSEL [ Critical Editions of the Works of the Latin Church Fathers - Rare complete run of the first 70 issues of the series, 1866 / 1942 in 82 bindings ]

      Vindobonae / Lipsiae, Hoelder-Pichler-Tempsky / Becker & Erler, 1866-1942. - 82 bindings [79 library bindings with original paper cover preserved; 21.5x14 cm. and 3 in original wrappers; 23x15 cm.] - (library tickets, stamps, used, few spines broken, paper sl. browned) Although still acceptable/good set, text is complete, see picture. More pictures on request. 'Sulpicius Severus, Minucius Felix, Cyprianus, Arnobius, Orosius, Ennodius, Victor Vitensis, Salvianus Massiliensis, Eugippius, Sedulius, Claudianus Mamertus, Augustinus, Cassianus, Lucifer Calaritanus, Lactantius, Paulinus Nolanus, Ambrosius, Tertullianus, etc. 50000g [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Emile Kerssemakers ILAB]
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        Berlin Diary The Journal of a Foreign Correspondent, 1934-1941

      First Edition, eighteenth printing, August 1942. Binding is solid. Boards have slight discoloration and slightly rounded corners. DJ has slight tears and is worn on the edges. 483 pages, no apparent pen markings but a few slight pencil marks. Message with questions. Borzoi Books. See photos for details.FREE SHIPPING

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        The High Window

      New York: Alfred Knopf, 1942 Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good +. Mylar protected Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. A n excellent copy of the first edition in a very good unclipped dust jacket, minimal wear. First Edition stated on copyright page.

      [Bookseller: Terry Sparks]
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        Art of this Century. Objects - Drawings - Photographs - Paintings - Sculpture - Collages 1910 to 1942. Edited by Peggy Guggenheim

      New York, Art of This Century - Thirty West Fifty-Seventh Street NY, 1942. 156 S. mit sehr zahlreichen schwarz/weiss Abbildungen. 4° Farbig bedruckter Originalleinenband (nach einer Zeichnung von Max Ernst). Erste und einzige Ausgabe. Eins 2500 Exemplaren. \"The purpose of this book is to serve as a catalogue to the permanent collection exhibited at ART OF THIS CENTURY. As most things change unexpectedly during the course of their development this catalogue has, to my great surprise, become an anthology of non-realistic art covering the period of 1910 to 1942. Its limitations are due to the fact that it contains only reproductions of paintings and sculpture owned by me. I do hope that the next edition will be more complete and that I shall be able to acquire several other important works that represent phases of the evolution of this art.\" (Peggy Guggenheim, S. 9) Beide Kapitale leicht rasiert, sonst gutes Exemplar. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        We of the Never-Never

      Hutchinson, London 1942 - 151st thousand [1942]/ 1908. Octavo, 248 pages with a map plus 16 plates. Black cloth; trifling signs of use and age; an excellent copy with the dustwrapper, fresh and bright, having been removed, folded and stored since new (albeit with heavy vertical and horizontal creases and a small tear at the rear). Provenance: Edward Edgar Pescott (1872-1954), horticulturalist, naturalist and author, with his 1942 bookplate (by George Perrottet). Loosely inserted is an autograph letter signed from the author, Jeannie Gunn (nee Taylor) to Pescott (small quarto, 3 pages, 29 July 1940, complete with the envelope addressed by Gunn). She begins with thanks for his recent birthdays greetings to her, but the bulk of the letter concerns matters (not) arising in Pescott's 'little Bonwick book. . . Personally I would like to say from myself how much I appreciate your most tactful leaving unsaid of any reference to poor little Auntie Annie's first & disastrous marriage that left only bitterness & recrimination in the hearts of so many of those most nearly concerned - Poor children! Auntie Annie was just a gay spoiled little child of 16 - & gay and spoiled she remained all through her 90 years. And poor Uncle John was just a broken-hearted boy in his young twenties at her desertion of him in his bitter adversity . . . There is just one thing in it all to dear old James Bonwick's honour - He remained the truest & most loyal friend to John Taylor's parents all their life - especially perhaps to my mother!'. Auntie Annie was Esther Annie Bonwick, one of the children of James Bonwick. Please use the 'Ask Bookseller a Question' link below to confirm availability and postage charges. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Michael Treloar Booksellers ANZAAB/ILAB]
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      Koehler & Amelang, 1942. TEDESCO 0,15 Pagine leggemente ingiallite dal tempo, con 4 tavole in nero fuori testo, rilegatura editoriale cartonata, priva del dorso, ingiallita ai bordi e con lieve usura alle punte USATO

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        Maskinskrivet manuskript med ett flertal egenhändigt skrivna änringar och tillägg

      Brev, dokument, handskrift. Ett manuskript som omfattar tre maskinskrivna sidor, skrivet av Vilhelm Moberg, med ett stort antal egenhändigt skrivna ändringar och tillägg. Moberg använde manuskriptet vid ett tal som han höll i Lund den 31 oktober 1942 på inbjudan av Smålands nation. I manuskriptet står bland annat: "Detta är roten och blodsbandet, detta är för mig fosterland och hembygd, det omistliga, som aldrig kan utbytas mot något annat, det okränkbara området, där intet främmande får inkräkta". "Det är de dödas land och de levandes, och det är allas vår andliga arvslott. Den arvslotten skall icke släppas så länge fria män och kvinnor ännu trampar marken i denna fria bygd". Det går inte att ta miste på att detta tal hölls mitt under det andra världskriget. Småland får här representera hela vårt land. Talet hölls av den anledningen att Moberg hade utsetts till hedersledamot av Smålands Nation i Lund. Manuskriptet innehåller många handskrivna ändringar och tillägg. Det är på tre sidor och mäter 28,5 cm x 22,5 cm. Det förekommer veck och kantrevor, men texten är helt intakt och i gott skick.

      [Bookseller: Handelsbolaget Bladverket]
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        Horton Hatches the Egg

      Hamish Hamilton London 1942 - Very good first Australian edition in a very good dust jacket with a square inch chip from the top of the front panel of the jacket. Australian Edition 1942 stated on copyright page and original price of 6s. net still on front flap of the jacket. Like the first American edition, this one has the bird depicted on the front of the jacket. After the first printings, all later printings did not show the bird on the illustration on the front of the jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Poems for a Competition / Emily Chamberlain Cook Prize in Poetry / Twenty-sixth Award -- 1942

      The Fugitive Press, Sacramento, California 1942 - Robert Hayward Barlow (1918-1951) was 13 when he started corresponding with pulp magazine writers H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard. But he already had the instincts of a preservationist -- he convinced Lovecraft to stop throwing away his scrawled manuscripts after a story was published; Barlow offered to type the stories and send Lovecraft the typed copies if he could keep the autograph manuscripts. Barlow was attempting to write fantasy tales; Lovecraft -- who traveled to Florida for several extended visits -- undertook to tutor the youth in fiction writing. The two collaborated on six stories, including "The Night Ocean" (which new research has shown to be almost entirely Barlow's.) Barlow went on to write superb short stories without Lovecraft's help, including "A Dim-Remembered Story," "The Root-Gatherers," and "Return by Sunset." The older members of Lovecraft's coterie took offense when they learned he'd named young Barlow -- then 19 -- his literary executor. Barlow donated all the original materials to the John Hay Library at Brown. But Lovecraft disciples August Derleth and Donald Wandrei wanted to collect the master's stories in a book; they were not amused when Barlow published Lovecraft's commonplace book in a letterpress edition of seventy-five copies. They spread rumors that Barlow had pilfered books from Lovecraft's library. The macabre writer and artist Clark Ashton Smith responded by sending Barlow a note: "Please do not write me or try to communicate with me in any way. I do not wish to see you or hear from you after your conduct in regard to the estate of a late beloved friend." Barlow wrote the effect of the letter "was of cutting out my entrails with a meat cleaver," notes Paul La Farge in The New Yorker (March, 2017). He had been exiled from the literary universe that had been the focus of his life. He thought about killing himself, but instead decided to pursue an (apparently unrelated) interest in anthropology, ending up at Berkeley, where he studied under Alfred Kroeber, whose work with Ishi, the last of California's Stone Age Indians, had made him famous. Barlow's poignant memoir of Lovecraft, "The Wind That Is In the Grass" can be found in "Marginalia" (Arkham House, 1944.) In 1942, when Barlow was finishing up his degree at Berkeley, he wrote "Poems for a Competition," which won both the 26th Emily Chamberlain Cook Prize for the best unpublished verse submitted by an undergraduate, AND the Ina Coolbrith Memorial Prize. After accepting a teaching position at the City College of Mexico, where he became a noted expert on the Nahuatl language and was appointed head of the Anthropology Department, he produced a second book of verse, "View from a Hill" (1947.) Lovecraft biographer S.T. Joshi describes both volumes as "scintillating." But where are they? Afraid of being outed as a homosexual by a disgruntled student (he probably would have lost his job and could even have been prosecuted), Barlow committed suicide in 1951. Although Barlow wrote numerous learned papers, and the book "The Extent of the Empire of the Culhua Mexico" (University of California, 1949), the only books of general interest in his known bibliography are the two slim volumes of verse, "Poems for a Competition" (Fugitive Press, 1942) and "View from a Hill" (Azcapotzalco, 1947). Look for them, and all you'll learn is that "their entire contents are reprinted in 'Eyes of the God,'" a 2002 anthology. Of the originals, no trace. Except that two copies of "Poems for a Competition," a 16-page octavo on quality paper in brown wraps, turn out to have been neatly hand-taped into boards and stored away in the archives of the University of California, stamped "July 31, 1942," with the words "UNIV OF CALIFORNIA" neatly hole-punched to the title pages. These were archival copies, not lending copies; they bear no card-holders of date due slips. This one is labeled "Cop. 2." In some years of looking, it's the only original we've ever found. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Simon and Schuster, Inc., New York 1942 - (Little Golden Library) THIS LITTLE PIGGY AND OTHER COUNTING RHYMES (Little Golden Book 12) selected by Phyllis Fraser; illustrated by Roberta Paflin. New York: Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1942, (1942). First edition; first printing. 8vo - 6-5/8" x 8". Blue cloth backed color pictorial paper covered boards in as new condition with nary a flaw. Color pictorial price-clipped dust wrapper with very minor wear to the head and tail of spine and to the corners of the flap folds for what is an incredibly beautiful example of the exceedingly rare wrapper. Orange pictorial paste-on endpapers with the "This book belongs to" box not filled in. 41, [1] pp. The book is a compilation of thirty-seven different counting rhymes that are intended to entertain a young child while teaching them to count. The book is illustrated with both black and white and full color drawings by Paflin, showing all the objects to be counted. Offered here is an absolutely magnificent copy of one of the original twelve titles in The Little Golden Library, all of which were published simultaneously in October, 1942. The condition of the book is AS NEW. The condition of the dust wrapper is NEAR FINE. Rare in the dust wrapper and in this condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Arno Breker

      Paris, Flammarion, 1942, in-4, 115 pp, cartonnage crème de l'époque à la bradel, titre en long, première de couverture conservée [Roland Béosière], Édition originale de cette monographie de Despiau sur les dessins et sculptures de Breker. L'ouvrage est illustré de 120 héliogravures, dans le texte et à pleine page

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        Photograph Signed 'Wallis Windsor' at the foot of the image, (Duchess of, Wallis Simpson, 1896-1986, Wife of Edward VIII)

      1942 - showing her standing full length, full face, on a sunny afternoon, holding the edge of her wide brimmed hat, accompanied by several other ladies on a lawn, 4¾" x 4¼", no place (Bahamas), no date, circa

      [Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA]
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      Gemor Press, New York 1942 - Limited Edition of 500 copies, set by hand in Spartan type and printed on Zurich paper by Anais Nin's Gemor Press in New York, 1942. This copy is a Signed Presentation copy from Chisholm to British garden designer and writer Peter Coats (1910-90), with Coats's book-plate mounted inside the front cover. Slim 8vo. (44) pp. 3 tipped-in plates from drawings by André Masson, including mounted cover illustration. Publisher's charcoal card covers, title printed in black letters on white paper spine. Very lightly rubbed in places with a couple of miniscule nicks to paper on spine. A Fine example, with a good Association, of this uncommon surrealist collaboration consisting of Masson's drawings and Chisholm's prose / poems. Bookseller Inventory # G423 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Angel Street: A Victorian Thriller in Three Acts [a.k.a. Gaslight]

      Samuel French, New York 1942 - First American edition, first hardcover edition, and first edition with this title (published in the U.K. in a wrappered edition as *Gaslight.*) Fine in an attractive, very good plus dustwrapper with a very faint tidemark along the edge of the front flap fold, visible only slightly on the bottom of the front panel. A play that was filmed on a number of occasions, most memorably in 1944 by George Cukor with Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman (for which she won an Oscar), and Joseph Cotten. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Planheft Afrika inklusive den Nachträgen Stand 1. Oktober 1942 / Im Auftrag der Abteilung für Kriegskarten und Vermessungswesen des Heeres / Nur für den Dienstgebrauch / Deutsche Heereskarte Im Auftrag der Abteilung für Kriegskarten- und Vermessungswesen im Generalstab des Heeres

      Berlin, Heeresplankammer, 1942 - ca 200 guter Zustand, wenige Anmerkungen innen, Das Werk ist in 3 Teile gegliedert: A Sonderausgaben, B. Originalkarten, C. Geodätische Grundlagen + Anlagen zu A,B,C G10 *.* Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1650

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        TSUSHIMA Il romanzo di una guerra navale. Traduzione dal tedesco dell'Ammiraglio di Squadra Wladimiro Pini.

      Torino, Einaudi, 1942. In-8, brossura, pp. 599. Quinta edizione. Buono stato (good copy).

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      Triangle Books, [1942]., New York - First edition thus. Originally published in 1936. First Photoplay Edition. Octavo (19.5cm); gray cloth, with titles stamped in dark green on spine; yellow edge-staining; dust jacket; 293 pp. Inscribed by Alan Ladd to Jack Cordes on the front endpaper: "To Jack - Thank you so much for your interest - Best Regards, Alan Ladd." Text edges tanned, as usual, with a tiny tear at crown; Near Fine. Dust jacket shows a few tiny chips at spine ends, short tears along upper flap folds, and light wear to extremities; Very good+. Housed in a custom clamshell case. Basis for the 1942 film noir of the same name, with a screenplay written by Albert Maltz and W.R. Burnett, starring Alan Ladd along side Veronica Lake and Laird Cregar. This Gun For Hire was Ladd's first film appearance, and the only time he ever played a villain. He became famous as a result of the film's success, and would go on to be cast along-side Veronica Lake in The Glass Key and The Blue Dahlia. Ladd died relatively young, and books signed by him are genuinely rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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