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        Vinter-Eventyr

      Gyldendalske Boghandel / Nordisk Forlag, Copenhagen 1942 - First edition. 332 pp. 8vo. "Navigare necesse est." Signed with Blixen's personal motto. Signed on the half-title, with the motto Blixen adopted as a youth: "Karen Blixen.- Navigare necesse est, vivere non necesse." (To sail is necessary, to live is not necessary.) The famous quote is attributed to Pompey, who exhorted his sailors to undertake a journey to bring grain from Africa to Rome during a fierce storm. In her essay "On Mottoes of My Life," Blixen writes that it was "the first real motto of my youth ? It came naturally to me to view my enterprise in life in terms of seafaring, for my home stands but a hundred yards from the sea, and through all the summers of our youth my brothers had boats in the fairways between Copenhagen and Elsinore ? No compass-needle in the world was as infallible to me as the outstretched arm of Pompey; I steered my course by it with unswerving confidence, and had any wiser person insisted that there was no earthly sense in my motto, I might have answered: 'Nay, but a heavenly sense!' and have added perhaps: 'And a maritime!'" (Daguerreotypes and Other Essays (1984), pp 5-6).This collection of short stories was originally written and published in Danish during the height of the Second World War, with the English edition appearing the same year, as "Winter's Tales" Henriksen 63 Original blue and white wrappers. Faint spotting to wrappers, faint creasing to spine, tiny tear to rear flap, but an attractive, near fine copy, in a custom cloth box [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        Dil ve Tarih-Cografya Fakultesi Dergisi. [Journal of the Ankara University Faculty for Language and History/Geography]: iki ayda bir cikar. Birinci Yil. A run from Volume I, Number 1, 1942 to Volume XXVIII, Number 2, 1970.

      1942-70, Ankara 1942 - This set is heavy. Shipping quoted on request. A very good set in original cloth. First edition Twenty-eight volumes, bound in buckram.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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        Original fabric design by Sonia Delaunay for haute-couture textile supplier Robert Perrier

      Circa 1942. Gouache on paper, 205 x 260 mm; initialled by the artist in pencil at lower left "S.D."; wet stamp of the Robert Perrier Sonia Delaunay collection on reverse; framed; accompanied by a copy of a typed document by Sonia Delaunay (circa 1972) recording her sale of a total of 1,244 gouache fabric designs to M. Robert Perrier, 26 rue Norvins, Paris, 75018, in 1942; the document authenticates these designs for M. Perrier, and records that 115 of them were lent by M. Perrier for exhibitions in Mulhouse (May, 1971) and Nancy (September, 1972). As early as 1927, in a lecture titled The Influence of Painting on the Art of Clothes, Sonia Delaunay observed: "A movement is now influencing fashion, just as it influences interior decoration, the cinema, and all the visual arts, and it overtakes everything that is not subject to this new principle which painters have spent a century seeking; we are only at the beginning of these new colour relationships, still full of mysteries to unravel, which are at the base of a modern vision." Damase, Jacques, Sonia Delaunay : Fashion and fabrics (London : Thames & Hudson, 2014, p. 59). The career of Russian-born colourist Sonia Delaunay spanned seven decades, from the Belle Epoque to the 1970s. After studying in Germany, in 1905 she settled in Paris, where she would remain for most of her life. From around 1911, along with her husband, Robert Delaunay, she pioneered a particular branch of Cubism known as Simultanism (or Orphism, as it was termed by Apollinaire), which was based on the colour theory developed in the nineteenth century by Michel Eugène Chevreul (De la loi du contraste simultanée des couleurs, Paris, 1839). In this abstract style, form is subjugated to colour: the vital rhythm of a work is created by the interaction of overlapping and juxtaposed contrasting colours. As a multi-disciplinary artist, Delaunay constantly refined her Simultanist approach, producing work up until the late 1970s in a diversity of media and across the applied arts - notably in designs for theatre and ballet, fashion, textiles and architecture - and collaborating with writers such as Blaise Cendrars and Tristan Tzara. A major figure in the European avant-garde, her distinctive abstractionist aesthetic has influenced artists from Paul Klee through to contemporary fashion designers. Sonia Delaunay was the first living female artist to be honoured with a retrospective at the Louvre (1964); more recently, a major retrospective of her work was held at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (17 October 2014 to 22 February 2015) and the Tate Modern in London (15 April to 9 August 2015). A note on Robert Perrier: R-26 was an artistic salon regularly held at the private residence of socialites Madeleine, Marie-Jacques and Robert Perrier at 26 Rue Norvins in the Montmartre district of Paris. First convened on 1 January 1930, the salon became a meeting ground for many creative luminaries of the next eighty years, including singer Josephine Baker, architect Le Corbusier and musician Django Reinhardt ... Early on, painter Sonia Delaunay, a close colleague of Robert Perrier, was most active in introducing new artists to the gatherings, aided by her husband, Robert, and son, Charles. Provenance: the estate of art critic and publisher Jacques Damase, a close friend of the artist who promoted her work in the last 16 years of her life.

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        George Grosz Pictures Lmt. [sic]. Douglaston Office. X-Mas Gift Certificate.

      Holder of this certificate is entitled to select a watercolor or a drawing any time at our Douglaston office. With our best wishes for a Merry Christmas. The president. [Long Island, December 24 1942]. Tempera on card, 120 x 270 mm; with date in ink at upper right and full signature of the artist, George Grosz, in ink at lower right; mild creasing at lower right corner, else in fine condition. The German Dada caricaturist and painter George Grosz spent much of his career in America, where he lived and worked between 1933 and 1958. Provenance: Erich and Lene Cohn, Grosz's American dealers; thence by descent (Estate of Roberta K. Cohn & Richard A. Cohn, Ltd.)

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        A piece of paper, with manuscript notes in Crowley's handwriting with instructions to his secretary re. copying some of his poems, and a list of correspondents.

      ND (1942) - An 8 x 5 inch sheet of pale blue notepaper, with handwritten notes in ink and pencil by Aleister Crowley on both sides. On one side Crowley has written a list of three of his wartime lyrics which he wanted a Miss St. George to make typescript copies of, and the names and addresses of three of his main followers in the US to whom he wanted them sent (Miss St. George was a woman who he casually employed for secretarial duties, who would later take him to court, most likely over unpaid wages). On the other side is a short list of names of people to whom he planned to write - including Louis Wilkinson and several members of Agape Lodge _ as well as a few other notes. A little creased at the edges, still VG + condition.

      [Bookseller: Weiser Antiquarian Books, Inc.]
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        [Collection of 38 flyers (heralds) for movies, from Bogor, Indonesia].Bogor, 1947-1953. 38 single sheets, most printed double-sided, several folding, nearly all with illustrations depicting actors and movie scenes, mostly printed in one or two colours, some in four-colour half-tones.

      Colourful collection of vintage movie heralds and advertisements from the private collection of Bastiaan Cornelis Pieter Hendrik van Baak, commercial advisor of the cinemas Maxim and City-Theatre in Bogor (former Buitenzorg), Indonesia, in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Many sheets contain synopsis and other details in both Indonesian and Dutch, which is noteworthy as Indonesia was no longer a Dutch colony. Musicals and adventures movies form the majority of the collection that includes Singin' In The Rain, An American In Paris, To Have And Have Not, Knock On Any Door, The Big Clock, The Prisoner Of Zenda and Joan Of Arc. The heralds were printed in the United States and most have the Amalgamated Lithographers of America Union label, with the local details (and often opening dates) added later. Many promote contemporary movies, but the collection also contains several heralds of older movies that had not been released earlier in Indonesia. A nice collection that gives an interesting insight in the theatrical life in the early days of the Republic of Indonesia. Extra added: Two small pictures of stars Clark Gable and Ava Gardner with stamp of the Bogor City-Theatre (10,8 x 8,7 cm), 1 issue of Ciné-Roman, containing story and pictures of White Cargo (MGM, 1942), and advertisements. (Wrappers, 19 pp.), and 7 heralds of German, British, Indonesian, Malayan and Philippine movies.All sheets are in very good to mint condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV]
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        PHANTOM LADY

      Philadelphia and New York: J.B. Lippincott Company, [1942]. First edition. A nearly fine copy in a very good or somewhat better dust jacket which rubbed at the spine edges and folds, mild shelf wear to spine ends and corner tips. An attractive copy of an important book. (17962). Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9-291 [292], cloth. "This is the kind of waking nightmare that is the essence of noir fiction, and in his fourth suspense novel Cornell Woolrich writing under the pseudonym William Irish, captures superbly the emotional torment and terror of the situation" Pronzini and Muller: 1001 Midnights, pp. 398-99. A Haycraft-Queen cornerstone title. Made into a film noir directed by Robert Siodmak in 1944. Johnson, The Dark Page pp. 290-291.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Autograph Letter, signed ("Sinclair Lewis") responding to a query from Robert Wilson, student at Johns Hopkins University (and future proprietor of Phoenix Bookshop in New York City), recommending BABBITT in the "20th-century novel course. It is perhaps the most representative ..."

      Excelsior, Minn, 1942. One page, on personal letterhead. 1 vols. 4to. Fine, with envelope. One page, on personal letterhead. 1 vols. 4to. "Babbitt ... is perhaps most representative".

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Original Autographs by Sydney Granville, Helen Roberts, Grahame Clifford, Darell Fancourt, and other members of this famous Gilbert & Sullivan performing company, dated May 1942

      London: D'Oyley Carte Operas, 1942. 8 X 10 inch leaf with Original Autographs by Sydney Granville, Helen Roberts, Grahame Clifford, Darell Fancourt, and other members of this famous Gilbert & Sullivan performing company. From Autograph album with signatures by prominent stage actors, dancers and conductors comprising photographs, clipped signatures pasted onto album pages. VG.

      [Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts]
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        Telegram from Heaven

      The Dial Press (1942), New York - 307 pages. The only novel by the blacklisted American screenwriter, published two years before the production of his first screenplay. Four of Manoff's screenplays were produced for the big screen before he was blacklisted by Hollywood bosses for being a member of the Communist Party. Manoff was named as a Party member by several witnesses who testified before the House Un-American Activities Committee, and his wife, actress Lee Grant, was blacklisted after she refused to testify against him. Manoff continued writing for television under the pseudonym Joel Carpenter, including episodes for Naked City, a series inspired by the 1948 film of the same name, which was co-written by Hollywood Ten member Albert Maltz. First edition (first printing). Spine is toned and leans a bit, blue cloth worn and frayed at the corners, and torn at the spine head, else a very good copy; no dust jacket. An association copy between two blacklisted screenwriters. A signed, unaddressed inscription by the author on the front free endpaper is followed by the signature of Albert Maltz, one of the jailed 'Hollywood Ten' who refused to answer questions by the House Un-American Activities Committee regarding possible communist ties. The inscription reads: 'Thanks for much encouragement and good advice. Please accept this book as an expression of my respect and admiration for your own writing.' Two years later, Maltz published a controversial 1946 article in the New Masses, 'What Shall We Ask of Writers?,' which denounced the idea of using 'art as a weapon,' and which mentioned Manoff. The article was quoted in a September 1951 hearing of the House Committee of Un-American Activities, and continues to merit mention and analysis in magazines and online publications well into the 21st century. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        TARGET VOL 3 #5 1942-NOVELTY PRESS-BASIL WOLVERTON ART-CHAMELEON

      Novelty press 1942 - -Elusive issue features THE CHAMELEON on black cover. -Basil Wolverton SPACEHAWK story. -Mickey Spillane text story. -Target and the Targeteers fight the Japanese. WWII. -Bottom staple rusty, one page has a small tear where it was stuck to part of the facing page. -Nice presentation. Condition: VG-

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        TARGET VOL 3 #9 1942-NOVELTY PRESS-BASIL WOLVERTON ART-CHAMELEON

      Novelty press 1942 - -AL T. TUDE cover. -SPACE HAWK by BASIL WOLVERTON -Mickey Spillane text story -Bound babe tortured by NAZIs in the TARGETEER story. -Chameleon and the Cadet appear. Condition: FN/VF

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        ANTI-ALLIES, ANTI-PARTISAN PROPAGANDA: Grossdeutschland [Greater Germany]

      Kranj, Slovenia: NS Gauverlag und Druckerei Kärnten GmbH [] 1942 - 8°, 40 pp. in German and Slovene, original wrappers with illustrated cover, stapled (Very Good, spine dusty with worm holes). A scarce propaganda pamphlet in German and Slovene, printed in Kranj, Slovenia, during WWII, by the Nazis, and published in Bled. The cover shows the Greater German Reich – Germany embracing the area from Prussia, to Bohemia, Slovenia, Tirol, Alsace and Lotaringia. The pamphlet is very rare. We could only trace five examples in the institutions worldwide.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor]
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        PRIMATO. LETTERE E ARTI D'ITALIA anno III n. 8

      VALLECCHI, ROMA 1942 - ITALIANO Importante periodico quindicinale con articoli, studi, poesie dei maggiori artisti e letterati, in questo n. G.Bottai, V.Guzzi, C.Zavattini ed altri, illustrazioni in nero, pagine brunite ai bordi da fattore tempo, brossura editoriale morbida, illustrata da disegno di R.Guttuso, ingiallita ai bordi e con lievissima fioritura

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        Winter of Artifice

      Gemor Press 1942 - Inscribed First American Edition of Nin's second book. Limited to 500 copies, hand printed by Nin and her lover Gonzalo Moré, with copper engravings by her husband Ian Hugo. Wonderfully inscribed by Nin on the flyleaf to fellow writer Leon Pierre Quint, whom she credits as an inspiration for her early work. Originally published in 1939 under the Obelisk Press imprint, most of those copies were destroyed upon the death of the publisher and the beginning of the war. New York: Gemor Press, 1942. Very Good with light foxing and toning. A beauty. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Rare Book Sleuth]
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        HISTORIA DE GUADALAJARA Y SUS MENDOZAS EN LOS SIGLOS XV Y XVI. 4 TOMOS

      C.S.I.C., Madrid 1942 - 20x28 342 pp.; 545 pp.; 532 pp.; 434 pp. Instituto Jerónimo Zurita Castilla La Mancha Historia de España Libro algo deslucidas. Interior intonso, algún punto de óxido. Buen estado general [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Autograph Letter Signed "Madame" on a Christmas card

      1942. unbound. 1 page on the inside of a custom-made Christmas card, each two-page spread measuring 6 x 4 inches, no place, no date, circa 1942, with the printed salutation: "A very Merry Christmas and The Happiest New Year. Maria Ouspenskaya." On the inside she wrote: "Dear Anne [Sheridan] After all Bob [Cummings] went through the southern rout (sic) and never hit Chicago. Cheerio. Madame." Having written with a fountain pen, there is slight bleeding to some of the words which does not detract. Fine condition. Very rare. Ouspenskaya appeared in her very last movie in 1942 titled "Kings Row" starring Ann Sheridan and Robert Cummings as well as Claude Rains, Ronald Reagan and Judith Anderson.

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        SAY YES TO MURDER

      New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, [1942]. First edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust jacket, shelf wear along edges with some rubbing and tiny chipping, tear and creasing to lower left front corner, v shaped chip to upper rear panel affecting some text. Scarce in jacket. (9798). Octavo, cloth. Superb association copy of Ballard's first book, a hard boiled novel featuring Bill Lennox. Inscribed presentation copy signed by Ballard to Joseph Shaw, editor of Black Mask magazine: "To Joe Shaw who had/ more to do with Lennox's/ development than I did/ Tod Ballard." "Say Yes To Murder set the standard for the Hollywood murder mystery. By careful depiction of scene and close emphasis on character, Ballard created a cast of characters which became clichés of the movie industry: the crusty studio head, the long-suffering girlfriend, even cops who are less condescending than usual." -Pederson: St. James Guide to Crime and Mystery Writers (4th ed.), pp. 41-43. "Say Yes to Murder is a consistently rewarding hard boiled novel." - Pronzini and Muller: 1001 Midnights: The Aficionado's Guide To Mystery and Detective Fiction, pp. 39-40.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        SPICY MYSTERY STORIES

      Wilmington, DE: Culture Publications, Inc., 1942. Small chip to lower left corner, a touch of rubbing, ink letters and date to upper front cover, a very good to nearly fine copy. (19446). Octavo, single issue, cover by Anderson, pictorial wrappers. Pulp magazine.

      [Bookseller: John W. Knott, Jr., Bookseller, ABAA/ILA]
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        Jewish Family Journal Yidisher Familien Djornal Published Bi-Monthly in English and Yiddish for the Whole Family. Volume Two, Number 11 November - December 1942

      Jewish Family Journal Publishing co., 112 East 19th Street, New York, N.Y. 1942 - Half in Yiddish, Half in English. 16 + 16 pages, counting the wrappers. Illustrated. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meir Turner]
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        Die Kriegsmarine. Raumbildalbum mit 100 Raumbildern so wie Brille - KOMPLETT !

      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

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ehbrecht - Preis inkl. MwSt.]
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        Romans nouveaux Manuscrit autographe et tapuscrit complets EDITION ORIGINALE ENVOI AUTOGRAPHE

      s.l.|(Paris): S.n. (Journal des débats), 1942. Fine. S.n. (Journal des débats), s.l. (Paris) s.d. (1942), 13,5x21,5cm & 4 pages in-4, 4 1/2 pages in-8. - Autograph manuscript of the author of 2 and a half pages in-4 published in the issue dated 23 December 1942 of the Journal of Debates. Complete manuscript writing very dense, with many erasures, corrections and additions. Literary review published on the occasion of the publication of several new novels, including "The sun rises" Marius Grout. Full typescript is attached. Between April 1941 and August 1944, Maurice Blanchot published in the "Chronicle of the intellectual life" of the Journal of Debates 173 articles on recently published books. In a half-page newspaper (about seven pages in-8), the young author of "Thomas the Obscure" his first steps in the field of literary criticism and inaugurates a theoretical work that develop later Many in these essays, "The Share of fire" to "The Infinite Conversation" and "The Writing disaster." From the very first articles, Blanchot demonstrates a sharp analysis far beyond the current literature that motivates writing. Oscillating between classical and modern writers of the first order and minor novelists, he puts in his columns, the foundations of critical thinking which will mark the second half of the twentieth. Transformed by writing and by war, Blanchot breaks, over a thought exerted "on behalf of the other," with violent maurassiennes certainties of his youth. Not without paradox, then it transforms literary criticism philosophical act of intellectual resistance to barbarism at the heart of an "openly marechalist" newspaper: "Burning a book, write, are the two acts between culture which registered its oscillations opposites "(The Book, In Journal of Debates, January 20, 1943). In 2007, Cahiers de la NRF together under the direction of Christophe Bident all literary chronic unpublished volumes with critical analysis of the relevant work of Blanchot "novels, poems, essays give rise to a singular reflection, always safer his own rhetoric, delivered more to echo the impossible or the lure of extinction. (...) Not without contradictions or step aside, and the certainty of a feverish work begins (... ) these articles reveal the genealogy of a critic who has transformed during the chronicle necessity of thought. " (C. Bident). The autograph manuscripts of Maurice Blanchot are of great rarity. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Manuscrit autographe de l'auteur de 4 pages et demie in-8 publié dans le numéro du 23 décembre 1942 du Journal des Débats. Manuscrit recto-verso complet, à l'écriture très dense, comportant de nombreux ratures, corrections et ajouts. On joint le tapuscrit complet. Chronique parue à l'occasion de la publication de quatre nouveaux romans : Les Hommes forts  de Georges Magnane, Le Vent se lève  de Marius Grout, Clément de Maurice Toesca et Si le ciel tombe de Roger de Lafforest.   En cette fin d'année 1942, Maurice Blanchot rend compte de l'actualité littéraire et fait la critique - sans concession - de quatre romans signés Georges Magnane, Marius Grout (Prix Goncourt en 1943), Maurice Toesca et Roger de Lafforest : « On voit qu'à ces quatre ouvrages, la monotonie des moyens, l'élusion du temps, la sobriété du ton et surtout le caractère théorique du thème principal donnent l'apparence d'un conte, d'une longue nouvelle qui se montre ou qui se cache sous la figure d'un roman. M. Georges Magnane n'a pu faire que son livre ne paraisse peu de chose au regard des descriptions sportives dont il l'a enrichi : l'histoire qu'il raconte ne s'impose pas ; elle reste vide ; elle s'efface. De même, chez M. Toesca et M. de Lafforest, il y a comme une absence d'âme qui rend inutile le jeu intellectuel dont ils ont soigneusement tendu les fils. L'esprit ne retient que l'intention qui, comme telle, lui paraît assez insignifiante ; à quoi bon un livre, si l'art ne se rend pas inséparable de la pensée par le style dont il la marque ? Il y a plus de secret dans le récit de M. Marius Grout, et c'est ce poids lourd, ce silence grave, ce plus indiscernable qui, malgré toutes les explications que l'auteur a cru bon nous donner, s'ajoutent à son œuvre comme la vérité qui ne peut être dite et l'empêchent de n'être plus rien, lorsque le lecteur en a découvert la conclusion. » Entre avril 1941 et août 1944, Maurice Blanchot publia dans la "Chronique de la vie intellectuelle" du Journal des Débats 173 articles sur les livres récemment parus. Dans une demi-page de journal (soit environ sept pages in-8), le jeune auteur de "Thomas l'obscur" fait ses premiers pas dans le domaine de la critique littéraire et inaugure ainsi une oeuvre théorique qu'il développera plus tard dans ces nombreux essais, de "La Part du feu" à "L'Entretien infini" et "L'Écriture du désastre". Dès les premiers articles, Blanchot fait preuve d'une acuité d'analyse dépassant largement l'actualité littéraire qui en motive l'écriture. Oscillant entre classiques et modernes, écrivains de premier ordre et romanciers mineurs, il pose, dans ses chroniques, les fondements d'une pensée critique qui marquera la seconde partie du XXe. Transformé par l'écriture et par la guerre, Blanchot rompt, au fil d'une pensée exercée "au nom de l'autre", avec les violentes certitudes maurassiennes de sa jeunesse. Non sans paradoxe, il transforme alors la critique littéraire en acte philosophique de résistance intellectuelle à la barbarie au c?ur même d'un journal "ouvertement maréchaliste": "Brûler un livre, en écrire, sont les deux actes entre lesquels la culture inscrit ses oscillations contraires" (Le Livre, In Journal des Débats, 20 janvier 1943). En 2007, les Cahiers de la NRF réunissent sous la direction de Christophe Bident toutes les chroniques littéraires non encore publiées en volumes avec cette pertinente analyse du travail critique de Blanchot : "romans, poèmes, essais donnent lieu à une réflexion singulière, toujours plus sûre de sa propre rhétorique, livrée davantage à l'écho de l'impossible ou aux sirènes de la disparition. (...) Non sans contradictions ni pas de côté, et dans la certitude fiévreuse d'une ?uvre qui commence (...) ces articles révèlent la généalogie d'un critique qui a transformé l'occasion de la chronique en nécessité de la pensée." (C. Bident). Les manuscrits autographes de Maurice Blanchot sont d'une grande rareté.

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        [Collection of 38 flyers (heralds) for movies, from Bogor, Indonesia].Bogor, 1947-1953. 38 single sheets, most printed double-sided, several folding, nearly all with illustrations depicting actors and movie scenes, mostly printed in one or two colours, some in four-colour half-tones.

      Colourful collection of vintage movie heralds and advertisements from the private collection of Bastiaan Cornelis Pieter Hendrik van Baak, commercial advisor of the cinemas Maxim and City-Theatre in Bogor (former Buitenzorg), Indonesia, in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Many sheets contain synopsis and other details in both Indonesian and Dutch, which is noteworthy as Indonesia was no longer a Dutch colony. Musicals and adventures movies form the majority of the collection that includes Singin' In The Rain, An American In Paris, To Have And Have Not, Knock On Any Door, The Big Clock, The Prisoner Of Zenda and Joan Of Arc . The heralds were printed in the United States and most have the Amalgamated Lithographers of America Union label, with the local details (and often opening dates) added later. Many promote contemporary movies, but the collection also contains several heralds of older movies that had not been released earlier in Indonesia. A nice collection that gives an interesting insight in the theatrical life in the early days of the Republic of Indonesia. Extra added: Two small pictures of stars Clark Gable and Ava Gardner with stamp of the Bogor City-Theatre (10,8 x 8,7 cm), 1 issue of Ciné-Roman, containing story and pictures of White Cargo (MGM, 1942), and advertisements. (Wrappers, 19 pp.), and 7 heralds of German, British, Indonesian, Malayan and Philippine movies.All sheets are in very good to mint condition.

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        Collection of 38 flyers (heralds) for movies, from Bogor, Indonesia].Bogor, 1947-1953. 38 single sheets, most printed double-sided, several folding, nearly all with illustrations depicting actors and movie scenes, mostly printed in one or two colours, some in four-colour half-tones.

      - Colourful collection of vintage movie heralds and advertisements from the private collection of Bastiaan Cornelis Pieter Hendrik van Baak, commercial advisor of the cinemas Maxim and City-Theatre in Bogor (former Buitenzorg), Indonesia, in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Many sheets contain synopsis and other details in both Indonesian and Dutch, which is noteworthy as Indonesia was no longer a Dutch colony. Musicals and adventures movies form the majority of the collection that includes Singin' In The Rain, An American In Paris, To Have And Have Not, Knock On Any Door, The Big Clock, The Prisoner Of Zenda and Joan Of Arc. The heralds were printed in the United States and most have the Amalgamated Lithographers of America Union label, with the local details (and often opening dates) added later. Many promote contemporary movies, but the collection also contains several heralds of older movies that had not been released earlier in Indonesia. A nice collection that gives an interesting insight in the theatrical life in the early days of the Republic of Indonesia. Extra added: Two small pictures of stars Clark Gable and Ava Gardner with stamp of the Bogor City-Theatre (10,8 x 8,7 cm), 1 issue of Ciné-Roman, containing story and pictures of White Cargo (MGM, 1942), and advertisements. (Wrappers, 19 pp.), and 7 heralds of German, British, Indonesian, Malayan and Philippine movies.All sheets are in very good to mint condition. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Der Hoheitsträger. Verkündungsblatt für das Hauptstabsamt, das Hauptorganisationsamt, das Hauptpersonalamt und das Hauptschulungsamt der NSDAP. Jahrgang 1942 * mit mehreren Original-Beiträgen u.a. von Dr. H o r a n d H o r s a S c h a c h t

      Berlin, 1942. (noch zu Nr.25006). . . Japan und die deutsche Sprache - Diese Filme gehen uns an! GPU (Ufa.-Film) - Die Partei und ihre Gliederungen im Landeinsatz1942. Sonderbeilage des \"Hoheitsträger\", Folge 6/42 - Die feierliche Aufnahme der 18-jährigen in die Partei - Volkes Einheit: Rassenreinheit. Georg Ritter von Schönerer zum 100. Geburtstag 1942 - Landesbauernführer Martin Wendt, M.d.R: Die Partei hilft dem Landvolk - Bereichsleiter Jakobs (Kreisleiter im Kreis Bitburg): Parteieinsatz in der Landwirtschaft des Gaues Moselland - Die Sicherstellung der Volksernährung - Dr. Horand Horsa Schacht: Vom Kampf gegen fremde Leitbilder. Ein Beitrag zur praktischen Menschenführung - Lehren aus Feldpostbriefen - Reichsamtsleiter Friedrich Rehm: Förderung der Dorfkulturarbeit - Hildegard Molitor (Hauptabteilungsleiterin im Frauenamt DAF): Der neue deutsche Mutterschutz - Dr. Hans Fischböck: Preispolitik - Das deutsche Seegeltungswerk - Astrologische Voraussagen und Feindpropaganda - Reichsdeutsche im Ausland - Zum äußeren Rahmen von Veranstaltungen der Partei - Kritik an uns. An die, die es angeht. Ein deutliches Wort unter uns, von Reichsamtsleiter Wilhelm Ritgen - Raumordnung im Generalgouvernement - Was ist deutsch? Gestaltungskraft, Einfachheit, Wirklichkeitstreue! - Jeder Betrieb ein Stück Deutschland - Kreisleiter Friedrich Brügger: Bewährung im Alltag. Hinweise zur Volksaufklärung, usw. - Mit Abbildungen wie z.B.: \"Gott machte sie ungleich, aber ihre weltlichen Interessen verbrüdern sie gegen die weltliche Ordnung: der\" (weiße) \"apostolische Vikar von Nigeria küsst einem seiner schwarzen Priester die Hände / Während man im Zeichen des Dollarimperialismus Rooseveltscher Prägung mit dem rassefremden Judentum brüderlich vereint ist, lässt man die Menschen gleichen Blutes von der Polizei niederknüppeln / Judas Weg: Aus dem Ghetto Galiziens zum Raubzug auf Europas Völker angetreten. Am Ziel: Prassen von der Arbeit des Gastvolks. Nun zur Erlösung Europas endlich nützlicher Arbeit zugeführt (Jude beim Steineklopfen) / Kriegsblinde streben nach lebenserfüllenden Aufgaben; ihnen dazu zu verhelfen, ist der Hoheitsträger gekommen\" - Mit zeittypischen Ausführungen wie z.B.: \"Verwahrlosungserscheinungen der weiblichen Jugend. Seit Kriegsbeginn sind häufig Klagen über zunehmende Leichtlebigkeit und Hemmungslosigkeit, insbesondere auf sexuellem Gebiet, laut geworden. Ein besonderes Kapitel bildet dabei die Beeinflussung von Mädchen durch Wehrmachstangehörige. Die Ausmerzung unverkennbarer Schäden auf diesem Gebiet ist ohne Zweifel eine besonders wichtige Aufgabe der nächsten Zeit / Der Kampf gegen den Bolschewismus ist noch nicht beendet. Mit den Schaffenden des deutschen Volkes reiht sich auch die deutsche Filmproduktion mit dem Film \"GPU\" in die Front der aktiven Abwehr des Untermenschentums, dem der unerbittliche Kampf unserer Soldaten im Osten gilt / Wo ist der hochgewachsene blonde Russe geblieben, dem die Weltkriegsteilnehmer von 1914 noch überall häufig begegnet sind? Der größte Rassenmord, den die Geschichte kennt, hat ihn ausgetilgt! Was sich für Moskau in Stücke reißen lässt, ist bei Lichte besehen geistig bedeutungslos und hat weder die Kraft noch den Willen zu eigenem Urteil. Der Rest ist eine jüdisch stark durchsetzte Führerschicht, die an alle Hörigkeitsinstinkte primitiver Massen appelliert und im Zeichen Judas eine Orgie von Grauen und Blut begeht.\" - Exemplar in sehr guter Erhaltung Rand (Ecken leicht berieben, sonst tadellos). - Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Großdeutschland im 2.Weltkrieg, Nationalsozialismus, Adolf Hitler, Verhaltensmaßregeln für Parteigenossen der NSDAP, Wehrmacht, Nationalsozialistische Volkswohlfahrt, Neuaufnahme von Sterilisierten / Erbkranken in die NSDAP nicht tunlich, Halbjuden und Singen des Horst-Wessel-Liedes, Pflicht des Halbjuden, bolschewistisches Untermenschen tun, scharfer judenfeindlicher Standpunkt, Verbrechen der GPU, illustrierte Bücher, NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut Versand D: 5,90 EUR Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Großdeutschland im 2.Weltkrieg, Nationalsozialismus, Adolf Hitler, Verhaltensmaßregeln für Parteigenossen der NSDAP, Wehrmacht, Nationalsozialistische Volkswohlfahrt, Neuaufnahme von Sterilisierten / Erbkranken in die NSDAP nicht tunlich, Halbjuden und Singen des Horst-Wessel-Liedes, Pflicht des Halbjuden, bolschewistisches Untermenschen tun, scharfer judenfeindlicher Standpunkt, Verbrechen der GPU, illustrierte Bücher, NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut

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        NO ORCHIDS FOR MISS BLANDISH

      [New York]:: Howell, Soskin, Publishers, [1942]., 1942. First edition. First U. S. edition. Author's first book. Near fine, tight copy in dust jacket, professionally restored at spine ends and corners with two small closed tears at bottom edge of rear panel. Tough and important hardboiled mystery about the kidnapping of an heiress by a mob of ruthless gangsters. Dave Fenner, an ex-reporter turned private eye, is the hero of this tale. It was made into a film in 1948 with an all-British cast except for American actor Jack La Rue, who starred as Slim Grissom, the leader of the Grissom Gang. In 1971, Robert Aldrich filmed the story using the title THE GRISSOM GANG, that starred Kim Darby as Barbara Blandish, Robert Lansing as Dave Fenner, with Scott Wilson, Tony Musante, Connie Stevens, Ralph Waite, and others in supporting roles. The book provides a tough, hardboiled story and THE GRISSOM GANG is carefully constructed, exciting, full of suspense, with much attention to the story detail. An exceptional copy.

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        No Orchids for Miss Blandish

      New York: Howell, Soskin Publishers,, 1942. Octavo. Original blue cloth, titles to spine red. With the dust jacket. Housed in a custom black cloth solander box with marbled sides. A couple of spots to edges of text block; an excellent copy in the jacket, with extremities creased and rubbed, and three short closed tears with tape repair to verso, two short closed tears to head of p. 9, not affecting text. An excellent, bright copy. First US edition, first printing. It was first published in the UK in 1939. The novel was included in the Le Monde's 100 Books of the Century. From the library of the renowned bibliophile and dermatologist, Lawrence M. Solomon (1931-2014), with his bookplate to the front pastedown.

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        Go Down Moses and Other Stories

      New York: Random House, (1942). First edition. three-quarter brick red cloth over salmon colored, textured paper boards, top edge gilt . Two tiny stains on foredge, otherwise an immaculate copy/in original tissue wrapper, housed in a custom made slipcase. Octavo. One of 100 copies, signed by the author Published May 11, 1942, by Random House, dedicated "To Mammy Caroline Barr, Mississippi, [1840-1940]: Who was born in slavery and who gave to my family a fidelity without stint or calculation of recompense and to my childhood an immeasurable devotion and love." One of Faulkner's masterpieces, Go Down, Moses is an episodic novel consisting of short stories, most of which were published elsewhere. A difficult novel at times, the novel tells the story of the McCaslin family, beginning with the family patriarch Lucius Quintus Carothers McCaslin, and his many descendants, both black and white. It is a noteworthy exploration of race, particularly as it is compounded with miscegenation, and is concerned also with the vanishing wilderness. Faulkner intended the stories as a novel and the words ?and Other Stories? were dropped from the trade edition. This is the smallest limitation of any of Faulkner?s books and as such drastically limits the number of complete collections of his works[Petersen, Clark. Each In Its Ordered Place: A Faulkner Collector?s Notebook A.23.2a].

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        Go Down, Moses and Other Stories

      New York: Random House,, 1942. Octavo. Original black cloth, spine and front board lettered in gilt, top edge red. With the dust jacket. Housed in a custom black cloth solander box. An exceptional copy in the bright jacket, with tiny chip to upper tip of rear panel expertly repaired. First trade edition, first printing. From the library of Stephen Longstreet (1907–2002), with his signature to the front pastedown. Longstreet, an author and screenwriter who wrote over 100 novels, was also renowned as an artist, publishing five books on jazz illustrated with his own drawings and watercolours; his artwork includes portraits of jazz artists such as Count Basie, Sarah Vaughan, Billie Holiday and Duke Ellington. Longstreet first met Faulkner in 1937 at Random House, just before Longstreet's first novel was commissioned. The two men became drinking companions, and Faulkner calmed Longstreet's "first writer shakes", saying "'Yo' just keep the words coming. No trick to it all if the writing is in yo'. Nothing will come if yo' haven't got the stuff.'" Later, in 1944, Longstreet persuaded Warner Bros to hire Faulkner as a screenwriter when he was in tightened financial straits. To Longstreet's dismay, Faulkner's first assignment was his own novel Stallion Road. Faulkner's response to Longstreet was: "'I don't think much of yo' young writers, but they are paying me for this, so I'll go through it'". The resulting script was "'a magnificent thing…utterly impossible to be made into a trite movie of the period'", and Longstreet told Faulkner that, though the script would have to be rejected, he liked it for "its quivering alertness". He was touched to find that, although not given to signing books, the next day Faulkner had signed the six copies of his works that Longstreet then kept in the office. "'Some ardent but dishonest Faulkner collector'" stole four of the books the following day; Longstreet retained The Wild Palms, and gave away the other remaining book to another writer.

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        Go Down, Moses

      1942. First Edition . FAULKNER, William. Go Down, Moses. New York: Random House, (1942). Octavo, original black cloth, original dust jacket. $1800.First trade edition, first issue, of Faulkner’s masterpiece of interrelated short stories, with the first book appearance of “The Bear.”Go Down, Moses “was a landmark volume for Faulkner… Here we have the Southern dilemma, and Faulkner has transformed it into the American” (Karl, 665-67). “So committed was Faulkner to the expansive possibilities of the short story form that in Go Down, Moses he created what he always insisted was a novel composed entirely of interrelated stories previously published separately” (Gelfant, 252). One of the most acclaimed stories, “The Bear,” had appeared, in abbreviated form, in the Saturday Evening Post the same year (Brodsky 229); the coming-of-age tale remains one of Faulkner’s most anthologized. A contemporary review in the Boston Globe said of all the stories that they “represent William Faulkner at his best. Which is equivalent to saying the best we have.” First issue, in black cloth with the top edge stained red. Stated “First Printing.” Both the trade and rare signed limited copies of this book are from the same printing. Brodsky 232-234. Petersen A23.2b. Owner signature.Text fine, archival repair to spine head of book; slight chipping, small bit of early repair to corresponding spine head of price-clipped dust jacket. An attractive copy.

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        Out of Space and Time.

      [Sauk City:] Arkham House,, 1942. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket as supplied by George Locke. Dust jacket designed by Hannes Bok. Spine gently rolled, wear to extremities, a very good copy in the jacket with browned spine and panel margins, minor loss to head of spine, closed tears to folds and front panel, tape repair to verso. First edition, first printing. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "For Donald Fryer, "From a wild weird clime / that lieth, sublime, / Out of space, out of time." Clark Ashton Smith, Pacific Grove, Cal. Sept. 6th, 1959". Additionally inscribed by Fryer, with his annotation to p. x and occasional corrections to text. Fryer (b. 1934), a poet to whom Smith was something of a mentor, completed a bibliography of Smith in 1965, The Emperor of Dreams, which was published in 1976; and edited three volumes of Smith's work for Arkham House from 1965 to 1971. This copy is subsequently from the personal collection of noted fantasy bookseller and bibliographer George Locke. Locke traces the provenance of this copy in A Spectrum of Fantasy; "I obtained this book, sans d/w, a few years ago from a collector and dealer Robert L. Brown of California for Bob Gilbert ... some time later Bob sold me his Clark Ashton Smith collection. I winkled this title out of the collection before selling it. A short time afterwards, I went through some dustwrappers which a specialist fantasy dealer had and was astonished to find one". A collection of dark fantasy tales, Out of Space and Time was the third book to be published by Arkham House; released in a run of 1,054 copies. An excellent association copy of a work which is uncommon signed, with one copy traced at auction.

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        A BOOK OF PICTURE STORIES; Inscribed by the author, Elizabeth Durack

      Perth: Imperial Printing, no date [1942]. Signed copy of 'A Book of Picture Stories' by Mary and Elizabeth Durack. The 'Nungalla and Jungalla' comic strips in three parts: the magic bone, the young white chief, and the great drought. Author's presentation copy, bound in original paper wrappers, a fine copy. Extremely scarce.

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        Die Geheimnisse des Juden-Friedhofes in Prag

      , 1942. 1942. RETCLIFFE, John. Die Geheimnisse des Judenfriedhofes in Prag. 43 pp. Illustrated with 28 photographic plates. 8vo., 209 x 153 mm, bound in publisher's illustrated wrappers in a new blue cloth folding box. Prague: Orbis, 1942.John Retcliffe was a nineteenth-century German anti-semite whose real name was Hermann Ottomar Friedrich Goedsche. This little book reprints part of an earlier text from his 1868 novel Biarritz. It is here accompanied by a series of excellent photographs. Published in the middle of the war, few copies seem to have survived.

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        Der Hoheitsträger. Verkündungsblatt für das Hauptstabsamt, das Hauptorganisationsamt, das Hauptpersonalamt und das Hauptschulungsamt der NSDAP. Jahrgang 1942 * mit mehreren Original-Beiträgen u.a. von Dr. H o r a n d H o r s a S c h a c h t

      Berlin, 1942 - (noch zu Nr.25006:) . . . Erziehung zur Haltung - Reichsamtsleiter Dr. K. Laper: Was gehört zu einer gutgelungene Versammlung? - Einführung des neuen Gauleiters, mit Foto "Reichsorganisationsleiter Dr. Ley übergibt dem neuen Gauleiter des Gaues Westfalen-Süd, SA.-Gruppenführer Paul Gieseler, bei der Einführung in sein verantwortungsvolles Amt die Gaufahne" - Brigitte Angermann (Reichsfrauenführerin): Kamerad Frau - Frauenberufe in der NSV. - Blockfrau Mehrens, eine von 100.000 - Dr. Horand Horsa Schacht: Europas Kampf unter deutscher Führung. Informationen zum Schulungsbrief 1-3/1942 - Thilo Scheller / Berlin: Feiergestaltung auf Abwegen - Der Führer rief, und alle, alle kamen - Allerlei um die Wollsammlung - Frauen helfen - Verpflichtungsfeier der Jugend - Hier spricht die NSDAP. Ein ortsgebundenes Führungsmittel - Was der Hoheitsträger wissen muss (Entziehung des Ehrenkreuzes der Deutschen Mutter / Schutz der nationalen Symbole / Kartoffelkrauterfassung 1942 / Steuerliche Verfehlungen von Parteigenossen / Soldatenbetreuung / Der Feldpostbrief / Die Katholische Aktion / Lesestoff für unsere Soldaten / Hetzmethoden der USA.-Presse / Kriegsaufgaben der Ordensburg Krössinsee / Besuche Familienangehöriger bei der Wehrmacht / Lösung der Judenfrage / Jüdische Mischlinge ersten Grades) - Sprechstunde der NSDAP (Halb Juden und der Deutsche Gruß / Trotz Unfruchtbarkeit keine Ehe mit Juden / Ehe mit flämischem Mädel / Ehe mit Judenmischling 2. Grades / Die geschiedene Frau eines Juden / Keine Hausgemeinschaft deutschblütiger Frauen mit Mischlingen / Ehrenämter jüdisch versippter Personen / Mischlinge dürfen keine Arier heiraten / Nachteile für gesunde Kinder von Erbkranken / Halbjuden in Rüstungsbetrieben) - Worte und Begriff. "Deutsche Rasse", "Europäische Rasse" - Dr. Adolf Halfeld: "Menschenführung" in USA - Bannführer Albert Müller: Berufswahl als politisches Problem - Wir brauchen Erzieher - Einsatz der Frau im Alltag der Partei - Keine Überfremdung des deutschen Arbeitslebens - Kreisschulungsleiter Dr. Rösler/Pilsen: Zur gemischtvölkischen Ehe (Ehen von deutschen Wehrmachtangehörigen mit Tschechen) - Der Blockleiter - Schulung der Hitler-Jugend durch Politische Leiter - Die Heimgaststunden - Dr. Paul Danzer: Zum Sieg der Wiegen - Was ist Plutokratie? - Sprechstunde der NSDAP (Die Ein Kind-Ehe / Jüdische Weltkriegsbeschädigte / Abnahme der Kirchenglocken / Normalschrift in den Schulen / Rassefragen des europäischen Ostens) - Gelesenes, Erlesenes. Aufbau und Rassenprobleme in USA / Englische Selbstaufgabe - Unsere Arbeit dient dem Deutschen Menschen - Die Sprache des Herzens. Gedanken zu einer Muttertagsrede - Ausgabe der Mütter-Ehrenkreuze - Von unseren Führungsaufgaben, mit Foto "Der Zellenleiter bespricht mit den Blockleitern den nächsten Arbeitseinsatz" - Ordnungskraft des Reiches - Der Gegner im Osten. Gedanken, die der Politische Leiter kennen muss - Gauabschnittsleiter Dr. Braun: Kriegsopferfürsorge, Pflicht der Partei - Gefallenen-Ehrenhalle einer Kleinstadt - Der Landesgruppenleiter der Auslands-Organisation der NSDAP -Das Deutsche Haus in Warschau - Reichshauptamtsleiter Carl Cerff: Kulturarbeit der Partei auch im Kriege - Oberstarbeitsführer Müller-Brandenburg: Unser Arbeitsdienst als Vorbild für das neue Europa - Max Kretzschmann, Reichsbahndirektor: Kriegführung und Geld - Leistungsertüchtigung in Deutschland. Ein Beispiel für Europa - Jüdische Mischlinge in der HJ.? - Reichsplanung im Osten - Der Deutsche Arbeitsschutz, von Reichsarbeitsminister Franz Seldte - Frauen im Osten. Anregungen zur praktischen Menschenführung - Feindpropaganda (Übertriebene Voraussagen, um das Vertrauen zu Führung zu erschüttern / Verdächtigung führender Persönlichkeiten / Verkleinerung deutscher Waffenerfolge / Deutsche Verluste / Veröffentlichungen über angeblich gefallene Deutsche / Innere Spaltung im deutschen Volk) - Teilnahme der Wehrmacht an Veranstaltungen der NSDAP - Ziviles Kriegsrecht . . . - restl. Beschreibung s.Nr. 25014 ! Vers

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        Der Hoheitsträger. Verkündungsblatt für das Hauptstabsamt, das Hauptorganisationsamt, das Hauptpersonalamt und das Hauptschulungsamt der NSDAP. Jahrgang 1942 * mit mehreren Original-Beiträgen u.a. von Dr. H o r a n d H o r s a S c h a c h t

      (noch zu Nr.25006). . . Japan und die deutsche Sprache - Diese Filme gehen uns an! GPU (Ufa.-Film) - Die Partei und ihre Gliederungen im Landeinsatz1942. Sonderbeilage des "Hoheitsträger", Folge 6/42 - Die feierliche Aufnahme der 18-jährigen in die Partei - Volkes Einheit: Rassenreinheit. Georg Ritter von Schönerer zum 100. Geburtstag 1942 - Landesbauernführer Martin Wendt, M.d.R: Die Partei hilft dem Landvolk - Bereichsleiter Jakobs (Kreisleiter im Kreis Bitburg): Parteieinsatz in der Landwirtschaft des Gaues Moselland - Die Sicherstellung der Volksernährung - Dr. Horand Horsa Schacht: Vom Kampf gegen fremde Leitbilder. Ein Beitrag zur praktischen Menschenführung - Lehren aus Feldpostbriefen - Reichsamtsleiter Friedrich Rehm: Förderung der Dorfkulturarbeit - Hildegard Molitor (Hauptabteilungsleiterin im Frauenamt DAF): Der neue deutsche Mutterschutz - Dr. Hans Fischböck: Preispolitik - Das deutsche Seegeltungswerk - Astrologische Voraussagen und Feindpropaganda - Reichsdeutsche im Ausland - Zum äußeren Rahmen von Veranstaltungen der Partei - Kritik an uns. An die, die es angeht. Ein deutliches Wort unter uns, von Reichsamtsleiter Wilhelm Ritgen - Raumordnung im Generalgouvernement - Was ist deutsch? Gestaltungskraft, Einfachheit, Wirklichkeitstreue! - Jeder Betrieb ein Stück Deutschland - Kreisleiter Friedrich Brügger: Bewährung im Alltag. Hinweise zur Volksaufklärung, usw. - Mit Abbildungen wie z.B.: "Gott machte sie ungleich, aber ihre weltlichen Interessen verbrüdern sie gegen die weltliche Ordnung: der" (weiße) "apostolische Vikar von Nigeria küsst einem seiner schwarzen Priester die Hände / Während man im Zeichen des Dollarimperialismus Rooseveltscher Prägung mit dem rassefremden Judentum brüderlich vereint ist, lässt man die Menschen gleichen Blutes von der Polizei niederknüppeln / Judas Weg: Aus dem Ghetto Galiziens zum Raubzug auf Europas Völker angetreten. Am Ziel: Prassen von der Arbeit des Gastvolks. Nun zur Erlösung Europas endlich nützlicher Arbeit zugeführt (Jude beim Steineklopfen) / Kriegsblinde streben nach lebenserfüllenden Aufgaben ihnen dazu zu verhelfen, ist der Hoheitsträger gekommen" - Mit zeittypischen Ausführungen wie z.B.: "Verwahrlosungserscheinungen der weiblichen Jugend. Seit Kriegsbeginn sind häufig Klagen über zunehmende Leichtlebigkeit und Hemmungslosigkeit, insbesondere auf sexuellem Gebiet, laut geworden. Ein besonderes Kapitel bildet dabei die Beeinflussung von Mädchen durch Wehrmachstangehörige. Die Ausmerzung unverkennbarer Schäden auf diesem Gebiet ist ohne Zweifel eine besonders wichtige Aufgabe der nächsten Zeit / Der Kampf gegen den Bolschewismus ist noch nicht beendet. Mit den Schaffenden des deutschen Volkes reiht sich auch die deutsche Filmproduktion mit dem Film "GPU" in die Front der aktiven Abwehr des Untermenschentums, dem der unerbittliche Kampf unserer Soldaten im Osten gilt / Wo ist der hochgewachsene blonde Russe geblieben, dem die Weltkriegsteilnehmer von 1914 noch überall häufig begegnet sind? Der größte Rassenmord, den die Geschichte kennt, hat ihn ausgetilgt! Was sich für Moskau in Stücke reißen lässt, ist bei Lichte besehen geistig bedeutungslos und hat weder die Kraft noch den Willen zu eigenem Urteil. Der Rest ist eine jüdisch stark durchsetzte Führerschicht, die an alle Hörigkeitsinstinkte primitiver Massen appelliert und im Zeichen Judas eine Orgie von Grauen und Blut begeht." - Exemplar in sehr guter Erhaltung Rand (Ecken leicht berieben, sonst tadellos). - Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Großdeutschland im 2.Weltkrieg, Nationalsozialismus, Adolf Hitler, Verhaltensmaßregeln für Parteigenossen der NSDAP, Wehrmacht, Nationalsozialistische Volkswohlfahrt, Neuaufnahme von Sterilisierten / Erbkranken in die NSDAP nicht tunlich, Halbjuden und Singen des Horst-Wessel-Liedes, Pflicht des Halbjuden, bolschewistisches Untermenschen tun, scharfer judenfeindlicher Standpunkt, Verbrechen der GPU, illustrierte Bücher, NS.-Schrifttum, völkisches / nationalsozialistisches Gedankengut Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung

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        Der Jude im Sprichwort der Völker

      Biete hier das seltene Buch aus dem Stürmer Verlag "Der Jude im Sprichwort der Völker", an. Guter gebrauchter Zustand, 210 Seiten, Erscheinungsjahr 1942, extrem selten. 100% Garantie auf Originalität. Werde in den nächsten Wochen sehr viele Buchraritäten, teilweise mit sehr seltenen Schutzumschlägen hier einstellen, reinschauen lohnt. Verkauf nur unter Beachtung der 86 und 86a StGB Hier noch ein wichtiger rechtlicher Hinweis (ist Ihnen sicherlich schon bekannt). Es handelt sich hier um einen Privatverkauf. Eine Sachmängelhaftung im Sinne des 438 I Nr.3 BGB (EU-Recht 2 Jahre Gewährleistung auch bei Privatverkäufen) schließe ich aus. Mit der Abgabe eines Gebots verzichten Sie ausdrücklich auf jegliche Garantie-Ansprüche. Die Garantie auf Originalität bleibt davon unberührt. Portokosten ins europäische Ausland auf Anfrage. Bitte auch meine anderen Bücher Angebote beachten.

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        SMÅSKRIFTER FOR BOKVENNER.

      Nr. 1-88 + 1. Oslo: Damm & Søn 1942-62. Hver på 16-64 sider. Oplag 400 eksemplarer. Alle ubeskårede i de orig. bogtrykte papiromslag. Thuesen: Beslaglagte og suprimerte bøker side 181: Nr. 20: Marum: Theodor Rose var planlagt til udgivelse januar 1943, men det viste sig at være en bearbejdelse og omstilling af tidligere afhandlig, og ikke bidrog med noget nyt, og derfor blev forfatter og forlægger enige om ikke at bringe det i handel. Imidlertid var et lille antal allerede kommet ud til forfatteren og andre, og ét af disse findes i nærværende sæt, som således har begge nummereret 20.Det samme gælder for nr. 71 Andreas Paulson: Diktere som ledere av våre nasjonale scener, (Thuesen side 209) som blev trukket tilbage på grund af for mange trykfejl, dette hæfte er dog ikke blandt nærværende sæts 89 hæfter. 1. Hans Reusch: Et Besøg på Egset. Oslo 1942. 2. Fr. Nygaard: Endringer fra Arbeidsaar i Bergen. Oslo 1942. 3. Hugo Høgdahl: Ex Libris eller ingenting. Oslo 1942. 4. Jacob B. Bull: Boghandlerforholde i Kristiania omkring 1850. Oslo 1942. 5. Hugo Høgdahl: Håndverk mellem maskiner. Litt om nyere norske bokbind. Oslo 1942. 6. Per Dancke: Omgang med bøker. Oslo 1942. 7. Idar Handagard: Johan Herman Wessel som oversetter. Oslo 1942. 8. Carl Just: Om å kjøpe bøker. Oslo 1942. 9. Bjørn Gabrielsen: Berømte dagbøker. Oslo 1942. 10. B.A. Wium: Boktrykk omkring 80-årene. Oslo 1942. 11. Karl Haugholt: Frederik Rostgaard. Oslo 1942. 12. Lorentz N. Kvam: Om norsk kriminallitteratur. Oslo 1942. 13. Om å samle på bøker. En gammel bokorms betragtninger. Oslo 1942. 14.. Ragnar Løv: Litt om boksats. Oslo 1942. 15. Arthur Thuesen: Forsvundne bøker. Oslo 1942. 16. H. J. Haffner: Asbjørnsen og Moe's norske folkeeventyr. En bibliografisk undersøkelse. Oslo 1942. 17. Ludvig Holberg: Om et prægtigt Bibliothek. Oslo 1943. 18. Asbjørn Rema: Mangeslags bibler. Oslo 1943. 19. Olaf Hanssen: Olaf Knudsen. Wergelanssonen. Oslo 1943. 20. B.A. Wium: Boktrykkerkunst før og etter Gutenberg. 300 år i Norge. Oslo 1943. 21. Karin Bjerke: Dante Alighieri. Oslo 1943. 22. Peer Degn: Blodige fotspor. Litt om eldre utenlandsk kriminallitteratur. Oslo 1943. 23. Haakon Ameln: Thomas Frognall Dibdin. Oslo 1943. 24. Arthur Thuesen: Krohg's «Albertine». Oslo 1943. 25. Roar Tank: Boksamleren professor dr. Yngvar Nielsen. Oslo 1943. 26. Karl Haugholt: Verdifull avislitteratur. Oslo 1943. 27. Idar Handagard: Hvad Henrik Wergeland har oversatt. Oslo 1943. 28. Per Dancke: Holbergs komedier og boktrykkeren Phønixberg. Oslo 1943. 29. Haakon Ameln: Izaak Walton og «The Complete Angler». Oslo 1943. 30. Ole Theodorssen: Litt om Diriks og hans trykte tegninger. Oslo 1943. 31. Bjørn Gabrielsen: Bøker og mennesker. Tre boksamlinger forteller om sine eiere. [Jacob Dybwad, Jørgen W. Cappelen og Fredrik Wexelsen]. Oslo 1943. 32. Arne Arnesen: Våre provins trykkerier 1814-1875. Deres grunnleggere og første trykk. Oslo 1943. 33. Bjarne Nygård: En miskjent Ibsen-modell. Boktrykker Nils Fredrik Axelsen. Oslo 1943. 34. Arne Durban: Christian Skredsvig. Oslo 1943. 35. Olav Myre: Bøker og blad i Sivle-tiden. Oslo 1943. 36. E. Ancher Hanssen: Om novellen. Oslo 1943. 37. Audun Hierman: Julehefter. Oslo 1943. 38. Per Vogt: Å lese er en kunst. Oslo 1943. 39. Carl Just: Trykkfeilsdjevelen. Et lite forsøk på belysning av hans meriter. Oslo 1943. 40. Arvid Østby: Norske boksamlere. En bibliografi. Oslo 1944. 41. Sophonias Christian Krag: Nogle faae Kjærminder fra Sommeren og Vinteren. Påny utgitt ved Carl Just. Oslo 1944. 42. Ole Theodorssen: Litt om folkelig humor i våre billedutgaver fra forrige århundre. Oslo 1944. 43. Leiv Amundsen: Litt om bøker og bokhandel i oldtiden. Oslo 1944. 44. Olav Myhre: Wessel på skolen og i «Det norske Selskab». Oslo 1944. 45. Halvdan Hydle: Litterære sidesprang. Oslo 1944. 46. Idar Handagard: Kristofer Janson. Oslo 1944. 47. Per Dancke: Krigsskolens bibliotek 1750-1942. Trekk av en norsk bibliotekskjebne. Oslo 1944. 48. Roar Tank: De lærde kanselliråder. En idyll fra rokoko-tiden. Oslo 1944. 49. Finn Krafft: Om bokhyller. Oslo 1944. 50. Arnt Bryde Sundseth: Vilhelm Krag. Et bibliografisk forsøk. Oslo 1944. 51. Idar Handagard: Barnets dikter, Henrik Wergeland. Oslo 1944. 52. Karl Haugholt: Om parodier, især norske. Oslo 1944. 53. Reidar Th. Christiansen: Ossian på norsk. Oslo 1944. 54. Reidar Rasmussen: En jærbu kranser sin jord. Dikteren og journalisten Theodor Dahl. Oslo 1944. 55. Andreas Paulson: Bokormer og boksamlere. Oslo 1944. 56. Paul Botten-Hansen: Paul Bottens St.-Hansnats Eventyr med en dedikasjon av P. Chr. Asbjørnsen. Oslo 1944. 57. Jon Bleie: Korleis eg vart bokven. Oslo 1944. 58. A.M. Wiesener: Bergenske boksamlere. Oslo 1944. 59. Idar Handagard: Ivar Aasen. Oslo 1944. 60. E. Ancher Hanssen: Fra papirkurven. 61. Ole Theodorssen: Epistola de libris. 62. Karl Haugholt: Et vindu mot Europa. 63. Monocle: «Elskov» i høyesterett. 64. Antonie Tiberg (utg.): Noen brev til Joh. D. Behrens. Oslo 1945. 65. Karen Braarvig: Francesco Negris forunderlige reise. En italieners opplevelser i Skandinavia år 1663. Oslo 1945. 66. Olav Myre, Jonas Skougaard, Thorbjørn Egner, m.fl.: Hilsen til Per Dancke. Oslo 1945. 67. E. Ancher Hanssen: Elbert Hubbard og «Budskapet til Garcia». 68. Idar Handagard: Henrik Wergeland som frihetens dikter. 69. Olav Myre: Edvard Munch og hans boksamling. 70. Andreas Paulson: Forfatter og teatermann: Hans Wiers-Jenssen. Oslo 1946. 71. Claes Nyegaard: Misceller. Oslo 1946. 72. Karl Haugholt: Romanfabrikanter. Oslo 1946. 73. E. Ancher Hanssen: Store boksuksesser. Oslo 1946. 74. Harald Coucheron: Bibliomania. 75. Reidar Øksnevad: Holberg som litterær figur. 76. Arthur Thuesen: Bjørnson-bibliografi. I. 1857-1859. 77. Olav Myre: To kronikker. Oslo 1950. 78. Arthur Thuesen: Bjørnson-bibliografi. II. 1860-1873. 79. Arthur Thuesen: Bjørnson-bibliografi. III. 1874-1894. 80. Wilhelm Munthe: Menneskene bak boktitlene. 81. Carl Just: Litteratur om norsk teater. Oslo 1953. 82. Arthur Thuesen: Bjørnson-bibliografi. III. 1895-1932. Oslo 1954. 83. Morten Hansen: Utenlandske privattrykk om reiser i Norge. Oslo. 1956. 84. Trygve Juul Møller: Beslaglagte bøker. Et foredrag. Oslo 1957. 85. Arthur Thuesen: Bjørnson-bibliografi. Småtrykk. Tillegg. Oslo 1957. 86. Nanna Ebbing: Prahl's litografiske arbeider. En studie over draktseriene, prospektene og portrettene. Oslo 1957. 87. Erland Scheen: Utenlandske bøker om reiser i Norge. Oslo 1961. 88. Nanna Ebbing: Th. S. Haukenæs. Kultur-skattegraveren fra Hardanger. En biografisk skisse med bibliografi over Haukenæs skrifter. Oslo 1962.[Wikipedia].

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        Out of Space and Time.

      [Sauk City:] Arkham House, 1942 - Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt. With the dust jacket as supplied by George Locke. Spine gently rolled, wear to extremities, a very good copy in the jacket with browned spine and panel margins, minor loss to head of spine, closed tears to folds and front panel, tape repair to verso. Dust jacket designed by Hannes Bok. First edition, first printing. Presentation copy, inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper, "For Donald Fryer, "From a wild weird clime / that lieth, sublime, / Out of space, out of time." Clark Ashton Smith, Pacific Grove, Cal. Sept. 6th, 1959". Additionally inscribed by Fryer, with his annotation to p. x and occasional corrections to text. Fryer (b. 1934), a poet to whom Smith was something of a mentor, completed a bibliography of Smith in 1965, The Emperor of Dreams, which was published in 1976; and edited three volumes of Smith's work for Arkham House from 1965 to 1971. This copy is subsequently from the personal collection of noted fantasy bookseller and bibliographer George Locke. Locke traces the provenance of this copy in A Spectrum of Fantasy; "I obtained this book, sans d/w, a few years ago from a collector and dealer Robert L. Brown of California for Bob Gilbert . some time later Bob sold me his Clark Ashton Smith collection. I winkled this title out of the collection before selling it. A short time afterwards, I went through some dustwrappers which a specialist fantasy dealer had and was astonished to find one". A collection of dark fantasy tales, Out of Space and Time was the third book to be published by Arkham House; released in a run of 1,054 copies. An excellent association copy of a work which is uncommon signed, with one copy traced at auction. Bleiler 1484; Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy, I, pp. 200-201; L. W. Currey Cat. 105, 3608. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        The Jewish Legion

      Published by the Brith Trumpeldor Organization of America, Incorporated, NYC. 1942 - 11x8", offset printed from typed originals. Includes a 5pp introduction by Aaron Z. Propes (a leader of the Betar movement in the United States and official of the Brith Trumpeldor) and then 36pp of text. Provenance: Library of Congress, being a gift from the publisher. This seems to be a preliminary version of the 1945 Jabotinsky work, The Story of the Jewish Legion, which contains 181 pages. I can find no mention of this edition in the WorldCat/OCLC. Good condition. Rare edition of a work by a great hero of Israel. $500 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        There is a Happy Land

      Henry Holt and Company, New York 1942 - New York: Henry Holt and Company. 1942. F First Edition. H Hard Cover. Very Good. Short tears, few small nicks and chips, slight rubbing and browning to jacket; slight internal browning to edges and endpapers. [6], 279 pages. Second book of the author; " . a warm, sunny novel of California which is both a character study of genuine fascination and a story told in the most fundamental human terms" (jacket front flyleaf). Signed and inscribed by Bezzerides in black ink to illustrator Manuel Tolegian and his wife on front free endpaper: "To Manuel and Araxi / Tolegian, connoisseurs / of Art! / Al Bezzerides / 6 - 18 - 42". Well-preserved enough copy of an exceptionally rare work of fiction, with an especially desirable provenance. Albert Isaac Bezzerides (1908-2007); American novelist and screenwriter, born in the Ottoman Empire (present-day Turkey) of Greek and Armenian parentage; noted for the screenplays of such features as "They Drive By Night" (1940; based on his first book "The Long Haul"); "Desert Fury" (1947); "Kiss Me Deadly" (1955); and others; also was co-creator of the television series "The Big Valley". Signed: I Signed by Author [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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      BROWN UNIVERSITY, PROVIDENCE, R.I. 1942 - college thesis, princeton antiques bookplate on inside of front cover, university of toronto stamp on front end paper, pages single sided, previous owners signiture on front ant rear end papers, pages yellowing, gilt on spine, cover rubbed DATE PUBLISHED: 1942 EDITION: 59 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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