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        Sprachführer für deutsche Soldaten in ostvölkischen Einheiten. (Zusammengestellt vom Kommando der Ostlegionen). Vom 1943. Merkblatt 74/3 (Anhang 2 zur H.Dv. 1a, Seite 74 lfd. Nr. 3).

      No imprint. (Berlin, Oberkommando des Heeres, 1943). - Oblong small octavo. Pp. 158. Both in German and Russian. Stitched as issued in the original printed stiff wrappers, bit spotted, name on cover. Back wrap, the recto of which comprising of last page of text, is lacking, else a very good copy with exceptionally clean interior. ~ First edition. Extremely rare, one of the rarest Wehrmacht wartime manuals. A pocket guide and a dictionary in a nutshell to the use of German forces in the Easter Front. In 1943, the German combat force in the Soviet union amounted to almost 4 million soldiers. Though just a fraction of them was in need of communication with the local population and army, some means of communication was essential for others. The booklet first brings the Russian alphabet with equivalents and pronunciation in German. A list of the most important words of everyday communication follows. There is a list of words which are easily understood by the Russian; various short commands; etc. General military vocabulary, divided by military discipline, both in German and in Russian with transliterations into German, comprises most of the book. [WorlCat OCLC 64831099 locates only 2 copies worldwide, both in the Netherlands (NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies; and Dutch Defense Academy). Not a single institutional copy is located in Germany].

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        Murree - Srinagar - Nainital - Kashmir - Himalayan Regions

      Murree, Srinagar, Shimla, Agra, Delhi, Northern India, August 1943 - August 1946. Mini archive comprising two photograph albums with excellent views of northern India, two war campaign medals, and ephemeral documents including an army pass, of an English officer Stanley E. Dean of Warminster, Wiltshire, who was a surgeon with the British Army Royal Corps of Signals, No 122 Telegraph Operating Section based in Kirkburton, Yorkshire, and serving in India during the Second World War. Together with 43 letters and 8 telegrams written by Dean to his wife Joan in England while away with the army. The albums together contain 321 gelatin silver print photographs, mostly snapshot views, with detailed manuscript captions, mounted onto cardstock leaves separated with tissue guards. An additional 7 photographs are loosely placed within. Two oblong 8vo. string-tied albums measuring approximately 26 x 19 cm, cloth boards, one brown, the other taupe. Front pastedown to second album is annotated and dated in manuscript. Fourteen (14) newspaper clippings are placed within the volumes alongside related photographs. Photographs vary in size, the smallest measuring approximately 5,5 x 5,5 cm, the largest 10 x 12 cm, and 2 panoramic views measuring 15,5 x 6 cm. The letters are numbered in manuscript by the writer, the vast majority accompanied by their original covers and written in 1946 from India. The telegrams precede the letters, most sent in 1943-1944. Two campaign medals and one accompanying ribbon bar were awarded to the officer for his service in India, here contained in the original O.H.M.S. box of issue with the entitlement notice leaf. Stanley E. Dean, Rank SGN, army identification number 14532788, received the Defence Medal and corresponding ribbon bar for his service in Bengal and Assam between 1 January 1944 and 2 September 1945, as well as the War Medal 1939-1945 for his full-time service in the war during its two latter years. A telegram herein, dated 5 October 1943, reveals that prior to serving abroad, he was an instructor at 48 Air School in Woodbrook, near East London, Eastern Cape. Nostalgic and striking views of Kashmir and Jammu, the Himalayan foothill regions, high altitude hill station towns, and New Delhi, are abundant in the two albums of photographs compiled surgeon Stanley Dean of the Royal Corps of Signals Telegraph Operating Section. Dean departed for India from Liverpool on 14 August 1943 with the British Army Royal Corps of Signals, No 122 Telegraph Operating Section. During the Second World War, the Supplementary Air Formation Signals were augmented to at least nineteen units. Several were formed in Kirkburton in Yorkshire in 1943, some of which were for service India, their main purpose being to supply signal personnel for advanced air fields. The 19th regiment, for example, supported Gemeral Slim's 14th Army as it liberated Burma from the Japanese. On a grander scale, the Signals Units were tasked with improving signals, communications, and radar, which also involved improving the Indian Army post and telegraph departments, and constructing long-distance overhead carrier systems. Travelling and mountain trekking extensively throughout northern India, photographs capture the vastness of the mountainous region of Kashmir. Highlights include panoramic views of Nainital and of the Himalayan Range with the Nada Devi summit at its center, multiple views of Dal Lake near Srinagar some of which show the long houseboats for which it is famed, rare photographs of the Northwest Frontier customs post at Domel, nostalgic photographs of Shimla and Srinagar, and ancient ruins such as the Kashmiri Pandit Martand Sun Temple. His voyage home, departing from Bombay on 14 August 1946 precisely three years to the day after his departure from England, is captured in 20 photographs. The passage took him to Aden and through the Suez Canal, with a stop at Port Said. The first album begins in what is now Pakistan, with the scenes at the remote town of Jhika Gali and the Topa Hills. Superb professional photographs capture life in the historic town of Murree which was founded in 1851 as a sanatorium for British troops. At least one photograph shows the officer at Islamabad, now the capital city of Pakistan, with rickshaws behind him. Twelve images show army camp life on Kuldana Mountain, Murree, Pakistan. A cantonment named "Kuldana" was established in the 1860s by the British Army, in the verdant hills of Murree. [Several renowned British regiments have camped at Kuldana, some of which include the Northumberland Fusiliers, Devonshires, Duke of Wellington's, Leicestershires, Bedfordshires Regiment, 3rd Battalion The Rifle Brigade, 1st Battalion Gordon's Highlanders, West Yorkshires, East Surreys and 57th Wilde's Rifles.] Two (2) panoramic photographs and nineteen (19) other snapshot views capture the magnificent natural history of the lake and mountains of Naini Tal [Nainital], including Chena Peak [Cheena, china Peak], where the officer and some colleagues enjoyed their leave. A significant mountain climb affords a clear view of the Himalayan Range. The album continues at Simla [Shimla] in the Himalayan foothills with more high altitude treks, including a thirteen kilometer walk through forested hills to Wildflower Hall and the marker for Tibet. The famous Kohala bridge, which at the time marked the border between Kashmir State and the Northwest Frontier Province, was evidently crossed, as the officer ventured into what is Pakistan today. In the Jhelum Valley he takes notice of terraced hillsides and small river bank villages. Especially rare are the views of Domel, a little town complete with a Customs house, on the Northwest frontier border. One of the images shows a caravan of oxen-pulled tent carriages. A lovely and captivating visual memoire of Srinagar unfolds in some twenty-five photographs, featuring, as expected, its famous houseboats, but also other indigenous watercraft, and the Bund. - Kashmir - Jhelum Valley Nine photographs show officer Dean and company touring the Taj Mahal at Agra. He also visited the ruins of the Martand Sun Temple which overlooks the whole of the Kashmir Valley, and the ruins of Awantipora. The other album is centered in and around Delhi, in the year 1945. Pertaining to the war, are scenes of the airshow which took place in March of 1945 at the Willingdon Airport [now Safdarjung Airport]. Also part of the five-day 'Victory Celebration,' Dean photographs the parade participants including an Indian regiment, a Scottish bagpipe procession, the Women's Royal Naval Service (Wrens), a camel corps, a group of Naga tribesmen from Burma, among others. A tour of Old Delhi features the historic Red Fort with five snapshot views taken of its interior, the Ghantaghar clock tower in the famous Chandni Chowk market as seen from Nai Sarak street, and other street scenes busy with pedestrians and cyclists, and a tram. [From 1908 to 1963 trams operated in Old Delhi] In New Delhi, the officer visited the Lakshmi Narayan Temple and courtyard [Laxminarayan Temple, Birla Mandir Temple] which had only recently been completed in 1939, the Jama Masjid mosque, and the India Gate memorial next to the King George Memorial. Another view from the memorial site provides a distant snapshot view of the ancient fort called Purana Qila, with the King George V Coronation Memorial, complete with statue standing in the foreground [the statue has since been relocated, leaving only the canopy structure]. A tour of the Qutb complex results in lovely snapshot images, inclding a view of the Qutub Minar iron pillara which is famous for its testament to skillful ironwork of ancient times. Other views include Rashtrapati Bhavan, a Presidential Residence formerly known as Viceroy's House and now the official home of the President of India, including views of the Mughal Garden and Viceregal Garden, and the circular shaped Council House, built between 1921-1927, and which is now the Parliament Building [The opening ceremony was performed on 18 January 1927 by Lord Irwin, the then Viceroy of India.] Here he also includes photographs of the Corps of Signals' Headquarters and telegraph operations systems. The Defence Medal is a campaign medal which was instituted by the United Kingdom in May 1945, to be awarded to subjects of the British Commonwealth for non-operational service in the Armed Forces, the Home Guard, the Civil Defence Service, and other approved civilian services during the period from 3 September 1939 to 2 September 1945, inclusive. It was issued for specific campaigns and service parameters, including service in Bengal and Assam, west of the Brahmaputra, from 1 January 1944 to 2 September 1945. The War Medal 1939-1945 is a campaign medal which was instituted by the United Kingdom on 16 August 1945, for award to subjects of the British Commonwealth who had served full-time in the Armed Forces or the Merchant Navy for at least 28 days between 3 September 1939 and 2 September 1945. Signalling in the British Army was the responsibility of the Telegraph Battalion until 1908 when the Royal Engineers Signal Service was formed. The Royal Corps of Signals was officially come to be on 28th June 1920, then simply called Corps of Signals. Before the outbreak of the Second World War, recruits were required to be a minimum of 5 feet 2 inches tall, all recruits were taught to ride horses, and they did their signal training at Catterick, North Yorkshire. During the Second World War, the majority of the Corps was stationed overseas, with around a third stationed in India. Participating in every major battle, at the end of the war the Corps numbered 8,518 officers and 142,472 soldiers. The Corps motto is Certa Cito, which translates to Swift and Sure.

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        Sagesse -

      Creuzevault -, Paris - 3 volumes. Fort in-4. 1943 Sous emboîtage orné sur le premier plat d'une plaque émaillée par Hermine DAVID signé A. DEVAUCHELLE. A l'exception des 43 culs-de-lampe, les illustrations d'Hermine David sont différentes. Parfait état. ENSEMBLE UNIQUE des deux éditions parues chez Creuzevault en juillet et en novembre 1943. L'édition de juillet comporte 60 compositions, dont 21 en couleurs, ici aquarellées à la main. Un des 50 exemplaires sur Japon ancien comprenant une suite sur chine et UN CROQUIS ORIGINAL, repris en illustration de la p.72. L'édition de novembre est ornée de 53 pointes-sèches en noir. TIRAGE LIMITE à 450 exemplaires sur Arches, celui-ci le n°252. L'exemplaire est enrichi de 11 DESSINS ORIGINAUX, dont 6 mis en couleurs, dont certains non repris dans l'illustration, ainsi qu'une suite sur vélin fin aquarellée à la main. Réunion unique d'?uvres d'Hermine David, dont l'émail de Limoges placé sur le plat de l'étui et 12 DESSINS ORIGINAUX.

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        The Magic Faraway Tree

      Newnes 1943 - 1st edition of this iconic Blyton title, book is somewhat worn, a litle bumped and sunned as shown, there is a gummed label on free front end paper, neat water colouring to two of the black and white plates, (title page and page 11 - as shown), corner of page 81 lost. Dust jacket much worn, as illustrated. IF YOU REQUIRE MORE IMAGES OR MORE INFORMATION CALL 01223 312913 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lettre autographe signée à Denise Rollin : «Maintenant je n'aspire plus qu'à une chose c'est à vous prouver que je n'appartiens plus qu'à vous, que je suis rivé à vous [.]»

      1943 - - s.l. s.d. [circa 1940-1943], 20,7x27 mm, 2 pages sur un feuillet. - Belle et longue lettre autographe signée de Georges Bataille à Denise Rollin, inédite, déchirée en cinq morceaux n'affectant pas la lecture, 34 lignes à l'encre noire sur un feuillet. Fréquentant tous les deux les milieux intellectuels et artistiques parisiens, Georges Bataille et Denise Rollin se rencontrèrent au cours de l'année 1939. Elle fut notamment l'amie de Cocteau, Prévert et Breton. Bataille la décrivit ainsi dans ses carnets pour Le Coupable : « une illusion aussi fragile qui se dissiperait au moindre souci, au moindre relâchement de l'inattention. » Il reste peu de détails sur leur relation car la vie privée de Georges Bataille, particulièrement à cette époque, n'est pas tant documentée. Il apparaît dans cette lettre les sentiments profonds que Denise Rollin provoquaient chez Bataille : « Maintenant je n'aspire plus qu'à une chose c'est à vous prouver que je n'appartiens plus qu'à vous, que je suis rivé à vous [.] » L'absolu de cet amour est tel que Bataille est prêt à tout : « [.] que vous le sachiez à tel point que si je ne devais plus avoir d'autre moyen qu'une profanation pour vous le prouver, je ferais devant vous cette profanation. » Il se sent pourtant coupable : « Je ne peux pas parler de l'état auquel je suis arrivé, je suis trop agité. Je sens, j'espère que c'est absurde. J'ai honte même de tant souffrir et de vous ennuyer avec ma souffrance quand vous seule êtes malade. » L'année précédente, il avait perdu sa compagne des suites de la tuberculose. Démuni devant la maladie, il admet : « [.] moi je ne peux pas vous guérir, je ne peux même pas vous soigner [.] » Seule Denise Rollin serait capable de l'apaiser : « Tout était noir auparavant [.] ce que je souffre et que vous pouvez si facilement guérir chaque fois que vous le voudrez [.] ». Abandonné aux affres de l'angoisse, Bataille admet : « Je suis tellement fou en ce moment (et de cela je veux vous parler) que je ressens comme une complicité et une perfidie de tous pour me faire mal, comme si vous vous prêtiez au jeu pour que je sois encore plus désespéré [.] » Au bord de la paranoïa, il supplie Rollin : « La seule chose dont je veux vous supplier [.], c'est de ne plus douter sans cesse de moi comme vous l'avez fait. » Il comprend pourtant : « [.] il y avait en moi et dans mon passé de quoi vous paraître insupportable [.] » Il lui offre une solution : « Ce qui m'apaiserait le plus si vous m'écriviez, ce serait que vous me disiez que vous me croyez, que vous voulez bien que je sois votre chose. » [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Beautiful and long autograph letter signed by Georges Bataille to Denise Rollin. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Lettre autographe signée à Denise Rollin : « Maintenant je n'aspire plus qu'à une chose c'est à vous prouver que je n'appartiens plus qu'à vous, que je suis rivé à vous [...] »

      Beautiful and long autograph letter signed by Georges Bataille to Denise Rollin. s.l. s.d. [circa 1940-1943] 20,7x27 mm 2 pages sur un feuillet

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        Lettre autographe signée à Denise Rollin : «Cela me déchire toujours de me séparer de vous.»

      1943 - - s.l. s.d (1943), 13,5x20,8 cm, 2 pages sur un feuillet. - Lettre autographe signée de Georges Bataille à Denise Rollin, 46 lignes à l'encre noire sur un feuillet, mouillure en haut à droite sans atteinte au texte. La recherche d'une maison à Vézelay est l'objet de la majeure partie de cette lettre : « J'ai déjà vu une maison et un appartement. » En 1943, Georges Bataille a le projet de louer à Vézelay une maison où le couple va s'installer avec Laurence, la fille de Georges et Sylvia, et Jean (alias Bepsy), le fils de Denise Rollin. Les amants viennent de se séparer : « Cela me déchire toujours de me séparer de vous. Hier je sentais un terrible malaise. Je n'en suis guère sorti qu'en me rendant compte que, sans doute, je ne serai pas venu pour rien et que nous devrions pouvoir nous installer ici. » Pour l'aider à faire son choix, il décrit à Denise les différents avantages et inconvénients des deux habitations : « La maison est vraiment bien avec malheureusement un inconvénient sérieux : le jardin se termine par un mur bas sur lequel Jean pourrait grimper et il pourrait tomber de l'autre côté qui est plus bas. On domine la campagne de très haut et de très loin. Le jardin est joli, l'intérieur un peu triste, un peu délabré. L'appartement n'est pas mal mais sans jardin et sans aucune vue sur la campagne. » Le couple met un grand soin à choisir l'endroit idéal pour accueillir leur famille recomposée. Il est même question de faire venir Sylvia Bataille et Jacques Lacan à Vézelay pour les y installer. L'appartement avec lequel hésite Bataille : « [.] il n'y a rien d'autre à louer que ce que j'ai vu » est peut-être celui qu'il réserve pour Jacques Lacan et Sylvia Bataille. Bataille et son ex-épouse Sylvia s'étaient séparés en 1934 et cette dernière avait retrouvé l'amour avec le psychanalyste Jacques Lacan qu'elle épousera en 1953. Après ces considérations immobilières, Bataille s'inquiète d'un autre problème, la nourriture : « Pour le ravitaillement, c'est certainement dur mais, à tout prendre, on devrait se sortir d'affaires de façon ou d'autre. » En effet, la Seconde guerre mondiale en est à son tournant, les nazis sentant leur emprise menacée redoublent de fermeté. Couplé à une augmentation des prélèvements agricoles, il en résulte une raréfaction de la nourriture : « Je dis qu'on se tirerait sûrement d'affaire pour le ravitaillement en ce sens qu'on a de la viande à volonté. Les légumes sont difficiles à trouver. On peut peut-être avoir du lait, pas de beurre. Selon les gens, ici, si les Zervos le veulent, ils pourraient très bien nous débrouiller [.] » Christian et Yvonne Zervos furent des figures importantes dans la ville de Vézelay où ils achetèrent une maison de campagne en 1937. Il était l'éditeur des Cahiers d'art dans lesquels Bataille a publié et elle fut la directrice de la galerie du même nom. Au début de la guerre, ils décidèrent de s'y installer de façon permanente et profitèrent de l'isolement de la propriété pour cacher leurs amis Paul Éluard et Nusch. Le couple Zervos est donc bien installé à l'époque de cette lettre et Bataille en a été prévenu par les gens de la région : « [.] ils pensent que connaître les Zervos serait un grand avantage sur des gens qui viennent s'installer ici sans connaître personne. » Mais il ne semble pas avoir mis ce conseil à profit, sans doute absorbé par ses sentiments et par la rédaction de son ouvrage Le Coupable. L'installation de Diane Kotchoubey, future amante de Bataille, à Vézelay quelques temps après cette missive scellera le destin du couple Bataille-Rollin. Avant la fin de l'année 1943, Bataille quittera Denise Rollin pour sa nouvelle passion. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Autograph letter signed by Georges Bataille to Denise Rollin, 46 lines in black ink on a sheet. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Lettre autographe signée à Denise Rollin : « Cela me déchire toujours de me séparer de vous.»

      Autograph letter signed by Georges Bataille to Denise Rollin, 46 lines in black ink on a sheet. s.l. s.d (1943) 13,5x20,8 cm 2 pages sur un feuillet

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        BE A MARINE...FREE A MARINE TO FIGHT. U.S. MARINE CORPS WOMEN'S RESERVE

      Philadelphia, 1943. Color lithograph poster, 37 x 27 inches. Previously folded. Two small closed tears at margins, one repaired with tape on verso. Light foxing, minor dust soiling along lower right edge. Very good. An large and attractive color lithograph recruitment poster for the U.S. Marine Corps Women's Reserve during World War II. The Women's Reserve was organized in the summer of 1942, and at its peak during the war had over 17,000 women enlisted. Many women who joined were assigned service jobs such as cooks, drivers, or laundry workers, but many also became photographers, gunnery instructors, cryptographers, etc. The poster features the principal recruitment slogan for the Corps, "Be a Marine...Free a Marine to Fight," and depicts a uniformed woman in the foreground, and marine infantry in the midst of an attack behind her.

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        REPRODUÇÃO ANOTADA DO LIVRO DAS FORTALEZAS.

      - De? por João de Almeida. Editorial Império. Lisboa. 1943. Livro oblongo de 21x27 cm. Com 470 págs. Encadernação do editor. Ilustrado com os fac-simile dos desenhos do manuscrito guardado na Torre do Tombo e com um mapa de Portugal indicando a localização das fortalezas. Obra impressa sobre papel de fabrico especial da Companhia de papel do Prado. Inclui os desenhos de 55 fortalezas situadas na fronteira com Espanha, assim como de Sintra e de Barcelos, sendo cada uma desenhada com vistas tiradas de duas bandas e uma planta. Os desenhos de cada fortaleza são precedidos de notas explicativas do General João de Almeida dando informações sobre a sua localização, origem, natureza, razão de ser e evolução que sofreram até à época em que foram desenhadas. Duarte Darmas foi escudeiro da casa de D. Manuel I. Já no reinado de D. João II tinha sido enviado a Marrocos para levantar plantas hidrográficas das barras dos rios onde se pensava construir fortalezas. Damião de Góis chama-lhe grande pintor e Faria e Sousa grande tracista. Location/localizacao: 8-8-C-32

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        George Washington Carver: An American Biography

      Doubleday, Garden City 1943 - frontis, photos, index, viii, 342p. Cloth. dj (price-clipped). 23cm. Jacket has minor edgewear. SIGNED by Carver (as "Geo W. Carver") in a shaky hand in advance of publication on a cancel leaf inserted in an unknown number of special copies between front free endpaper and half-title. No stated limitation. Carver died on January 5, 1943. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Panzer vorwärts! . . aber mit Verstand. 30 Kampfgrundsätze, von einem Kompanie-Chef aufgestellt und zusammengefasst aufgrund der Erfahrungen des Feldzuges gegen Sowjet-Russland

      Wünsdorf, Verlag der Vorschriftenstelle der Panzertruppen Wünsdorf Kreis Teltow, um 1943. - Vollständige Ausgabe im original Verlagseinband (Steifumschlag / Broschur / Kartoneinband kl.8vo im Format 13 x 18 cm) mit farbig illustriertem Deckeltitel. 63 Seiten, mit Einem Geleitwort des General-Inspekteurs der Panzertruppen Heinz Guderian und vielen ganzseitigen Farbzeichnungen. Die Tips lauten wie z.B.: "Ein Panzerangriff ist nie so eilig - auch dann nicht, wenn höchste Eile gefordert wird - als daß Du nicht noch Zeit hättest, Deine Unterführer über Lage, Auftrag und besonders über Deine beabsichtigte Kampfführung zu unterrichten. Verluste, die durch einen überhasteten Angriff eintreten, kannst Du nicht verantworten, ganz abgesehen davon, daß auch der Erfolg infrage gestellt wird / Angreifende Feind-Panzer darfst Du nie angreifen, da sie Dich dann vorzeitig sehen und deine Stärke erkennen, ehe Du ihnen Schaden zufügen kann; vielmehr muss Du geschickt ausweichen, um sie in einer günstigen Feuerstellung auflaufen zu lassen und sie dann überraschend in der Flanke oder im Rücken anzugreifen und zu vernichten. Geschlagenen Panzerfeind musst Du aus eigenem Entschluss rücksichtslos verfolgen! / Vergiss nie, daß Deine Soldaten nicht Dir gehören, sondern Deutschland! Persönlicher Ehrgeiz und sinnloses Draufgängertum führen nur in Ausnahme-Fällen zum Erfolg, kosten aber fast immer Blut; im Kampf gegen die Sowjets-Russen musst du Deine Tapferkeit mit Deinem Verstand, Deiner List, Deinem Gefühl und Deinem taktischen Können verbinden. Nur so hast Du die Voraussetzung, im Gefecht siegreich zu sein, und nur dann werden Deine Soldaten Dir vertrauen, Dich verehren und Dir stets in unermüdlicher Einsatzbereitschaft im Kampf treu zur Seite stehen!" - Später Kriegsdruck, Erstausgabe in guter Erhaltung (Einband etwas stockfleckig, sonst sehr gut). - Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Großdeutschland im 2.Weltkrieg, Panzerkampf an der Ostfront, deutsche Panzer gegen die Rote Armee, illustrierte Bücher, Wehrmacht im Kampfeinsatz, Landser am Feind, Hinweise und Tips für die Panzertruppe, Kriegführung im Nationalsozialismus Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Planheft Frankreich und Französisch Nordafrika vom 5 Januar 1943 / 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, 1943 - ca 200 guter Zustand, wenige Anmerkungen innen, Das Werk ist in 4 Teile gegliedert: A. Deutsche Heereskarten und andere Kartenwerke, B. Originalkarten, C. Geodätische Grundlagen, D. Militärgeographische Arbeiten von Frankreich und Franzöisch-Nordafrika + Anlagen zu A,B,C G10 *.* Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1650

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        Flash Spencer - No. 2

      1943. Very Good. Loose quarto sheets brad bound into blank manilla folder. 42pp., illustrated rectos only. Very good with folder toned with a nick at the foredge and the first interior sheets with some rubbing and a tiny tear. A delightful and ambitious hand drawn comic by Russ Smith in the style of the Golden Age comic books of the day. A header on each page reads "Army-Navy" suggesting Smith may have been an soldier but this is only speculation. Likely inspired by the matinee adventures of Flash Gordon, this comic follows Flash Spencer, "Captain of the Space Patrol," taking on an alien scouting party headquartered in a hidden mountain base. Spencer defeats enemy ships, infiltrates the base, and faces down a monstrous beast while his men rush to his aid. Each page is hand drawn and inked, then embellished with color pencils. While not a professional artist, Smith's illustrations express a charming enthusiasm and a flair for page layout with a use of large and small panels at a time when many commercial comics stuck to six and eight panel grids. Only the first page (or "cover") is left somewhat unfinished with some pencil background details not inked and only the hero's tunic colored. Given the level of work that went into this issue, we strongly suspect there was indeed a first issue and the final panel teaser of the next issue, "The Invasion of Earth," was a serious pursuit. Obviously unique.

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        SONNETS D'AMOUR - ILLUSTRES DE GRAVURES EN TAILLE DOUCE.

      COMPAGNIIE FRANCAISE DES ARTS GRAPHIQUES 1943 - R300148710: Environ 80 pages en feuillets augmentées de nombreuses gravures en taille douce dans et hors texte sous serpente + 21 gravures en taille douce à part dans une chemise - ouvrage sous une chemise cartonné rigide en bon état - 5 photos disponibles. EXEMPLAIRE N°14/24 SUR AUVERGNE PUR CHIFFON A LA MAIN - GRAVEURS : DUNOYER DE SEGONZAC, ROBERT BONFILS, CAMILLE BERG, MICHEL CIRY, J.-G. DARAGNES, LUC-ALBERT MOREAU, JEAN FRELAUT, MAURICE SAVIN, ANDRE JACQUEMIN, GALANIS, VERGE-SARRAT, JACQUES BOULLAIRE, ROGER WILD, JEAN BERSIER, HERMINE DAVID, MARIE LAURENCIN, HENRI DE WAROQUIER, EDOUARD GOERG, DIGNIMONT, YVES BRAYER. In-4 Broché. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 96-Livres remarquables par leur illustration, leur papier [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        A Tree Grows In Brooklyn

      New York: Harper & Brothers Publishers. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1943. First Edition. Hardcover. 1st edition with "$2.75" to jacket. A clean copy without previous owner's name or other markings. Slight wear of cloth to head & tail; archival reinforcement to head of jacket. An unusually nice copy of a notoriously fragile book. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 443 pages .

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        Souvenirs de Captivité 17 juin 1940 - 16 aout 1941

      Paris: Printed by Draeger Frères for the author, 1943. Limited First edition. Softcover. vg. 1/50. Folio (12 x 9 1/4"). 95, [3]pp. Original printed dust-jacket over blind wrappers. Published in June 1943 in occupied France, this illustrated diary depicts not without a good sense of humor various episodes of the author's captivity in a German prisoner-of-war camp from June 1940 to August 1941. Jean Dugrenot was captured in the later stages of the Battle of France, on June 17, 1940. He was first interned in Nuremberg, then Munster. Some of the author's drawings featured in this work depict French prisoners of war in the shower, in the restrooms, exercising outside their barracks, studying, eating their meager meals, etc.. In 1941, Jean Dugrenot was fortunate enough to be part of an early limited repatriation of certain classes of POWs, which started to occur in the Fall of 1940. Indeed, the Vichy French government was keen to encourage the return of prisoners, even launching the unpopular 'relève' system in order to exchange prisoners of war for French laborers going to work in Germany. Nevertheless, many prisoners remained in German captivity until the defeat of Germany in 1945. One of 50 copies on Vélin de Rives, of which this is No. 33. Minor offsetting at lower margin of dust-jacket. Text and captions in French. DJ in overall good+ to very good, wrappers and interior in very good condition.

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        The Magic Beano Book 1943 Annual

      UK: DC Thomson, 1943. 1st Edition 1st Printing. Hardcover. Very Good+. Dudley D Watkins. The Magic Beano Book 1943 Annual DC Thomson. No inscriptions, no foxing or browning. Unmarked and unblemished throughout. Binding still very much tight, covers bright with only minimal shelf wear. Corners not bumped. VG+.

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        Domela. Six reproductions en couleurs d'après quelques œuvres récentes.- Exemplaire signé.

      P., s.n.e., Imprimerie Union, s.d. [1943]. - 33 x 25,5 cm, 28 p., 6 ill. h. t. en couleurs et 1 n.n. contrecollées. En ff., chemise imprimée éditeur (rest.), petite fente au pli en tête des premiers ff.Très bel état intérieur. Edition originale. Tirage limité à 300 ex. numérotés et signés par l'artiste au colophon, celui-ci également signé et daté (novembre 1951) de la main de Domela avec un envoi autographe signé. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Il principe

      G. B. PARAVIA & C, 1943. ITALIANO 0,12 Brossura editoriale in cartoncino flessibile. Pagine in buono stato con bruniture, così ai tagli. Presenti due tavole illustrate in nero, fuori testo. A cura di Arturo Pompeati. USATO

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        Fiasco Hall

      Cambridge, Mass: Privately printed, 1943. Fine. First edition. 12mo. 14pp. Stapled printed gray wrappers. Staples slightly oxidized, else fine. Signed by the author on the title page. His first book, one of 100 copies printed, of which reportedly 60 were destroyed.

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        These Happy Golden Years

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1943. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Stated first edition, first printing with publisher's date code of "A-S." Very Good. Lacking front free end paper, previous owner inscription on first blank page; bookplate, bookseller ticket and partially removed label to front paste down. Pages lightly toned, and with a small stain to fore edge at rear. Slight shelf lean. Cloth lightly rubbed at corners and with several scuffs to the rear cover. The eighth book in Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House series--originally intended to be the last title, though one more would follow.

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        The Moon is Down (Play)

      Viking 1943 - Very minimal wear to edges, light soiling to page edges; a previous owner's name/address inside front cover, plus, most recent owner's bookplate. Jacket shows edgewear, soiling; original price ($2.00) at top of front flap. Signed by Mr. Steinbeck on the front flyleaf. Prior owner was well known to me; provenance available to those with serious interest. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Münchner Illustrierte Presse 20. Jahrgang 1943, Nr. 1-52 52 Hefte kpl. Jahrgang gebunden in einem Band

      München, Knorr & Hirth, 1943.

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        Deutsche Sankt Georg Sportzeitung - 43. Jahrgang - Nr. 21 - Berlin 1943 - Erstes Februarheft

      Berlin, Verlag der Sankt Georg, 1943 - Vollständige Ausgabe im Original-Verlagseinband (Broschur im Format 24,6 x 34,4 cm) mit fotoillustriertem Deckeltitel. 13 Seiten, mit vielen Fotoabbildungen auf Kunstdruckpapier. - Aus dem Inhalt: Wie ist der natürliche, regelmäßige Stand der Vorderbeine des Pferdes? - Hengstparade im Gestüt Zirke - Aus dem Heeresgestüt Janow-Podlaski. - Exemplar in guter Erhaltung - Deutsches / Drittes Reich, Kavallerie, Kavallerie-Offizier beim Reitturnier, der deutsche Reiter, deutsche Reitergemeinde, Reiten in Deutschland vor 1945, berittene Soldaten, Pferde-Einsatz bei der Wehrmacht, Reiterzeitschrift im Nationalsozialismus Versand an Institutionen auch gegen Rechnung Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        La Chronique de Paris du N°1 au N°9, collection complète

      Complete Edition in 9 installments of this literary obedience collaborationniste.Contributions P. Drieu la Rochelle, J. Anouilh, A. Fraigneau, G. Brown, R. Brassillach, L. Rebatet, R. Heron Villefosse, J. La Varende Mr. Jouhandeau Chardonne J., A. de Chateaubriant, Mr. Mohrt Mr. Ayme, K. Epting, P. Fort, L. Combelle ... A little lack in foot of the back of No. 1 , some spots on most boards, a small lucky charm leading the first flat second fascicule.Agréable together under the very poor quality of the paper war. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Editions Balzac Paris Novembre 1943 - Juillet 1944 15,5x24cm 9 fascicules brochés

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        Fotoalbum. 12 Bl. mit ca. 100 montierten s/w. Fotografien.

      1919-1943. - 41x29 cm. Ldr.-Bd. mit Blindprägung und je 4 metallenen Schonerknöpfen. A. Niederhauser schrieb "Ein praktisches Kochbuch für die Gasküche", war Vertreter der Gasapparate-Fabrik "Voga", für "Therma". - Das Album umfasst Fotografien von 1919 bis 1943: Kochkurse, diverse Gasherde in Grossküchen (u.a. Bahnhofbuffet Genf, Spital Locarno), Präsentationen auf Messen etc., private Fotografien. - (Einband minim berieben. Papier teils fingerfleckig). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Lizards of South Africa

      FitzSimons, Vivian F. 1943. The Lizards of South Africa. Transvaal Museum, Johannesburg, xvi, 528 p., 24 plates, 1 folding map, corrigenda and addenda.An important work on South African lizards.

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        Flash Spencer - No. 2

      1943 - Loose quarto sheets brad bound into blank manilla folder. 42pp., illustrated rectos only. Very good with folder toned with a nick at the foredge and the first interior sheets with some rubbing and a tiny tear. A delightful and ambitious hand drawn comic by Russ Smith in the style of the Golden Age comic books of the day. A header on each page reads "Army-Navy" suggesting Smith may have been an soldier but this is only speculation. Likely inspired by the matinee adventures of Flash Gordon, this comic follows Flash Spencer, "Captain of the Space Patrol," taking on an alien scouting party headquartered in a hidden mountain base. Spencer defeats enemy ships, infiltrates the base, and faces down a monstrous beast while his men rush to his aid. Each page is hand drawn and inked, then embellished with color pencils. While not a professional artist, Smith's illustrations express a charming enthusiasm and a flair for page layout with a use of large and small panels at a time when many commercial comics stuck to six and eight panel grids. Only the first page (or "cover") is left somewhat unfinished with some pencil background details not inked and only the hero's tunic colored. Given the level of work that went into this issue, we strongly suspect there was indeed a first issue and the final panel teaser of the next issue, "The Invasion of Earth," was a serious pursuit. Obviously unique.

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        Burma during the Japanese Occupation.

      

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        Soldaten der Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler,

       1943. Berlin, Selbstverlag, 1943, großformatige Mappe mit 13 Fototafeln, Mappe berieben, ES FEHLEN DAS TEXTBLATT UND 2 FOTOTAFELN, Zustand 2- (NG10) (NG10) Versand D: 6,00 EUR

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        These Happy Golden Years * *1st, Newbery Honor

      Harper & Brothers, New York 1943 - First printing of this 1944 Newbery Honor book. Tan cloth covered boards with light blue lettering and illsutration to cover and spine; color frontis. The book is tight and clean. No previous owner name or marks, no creases, pages very nice, no "handling" noted. The dust jacket has minor wear and the rear panel has a few light stains, still very attractive; see photos. Original $2.00 price intact on flap. Excellent frist printing copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Anne of Green Gables

      L. C. Page & Company, Boston 1943 - "Anne of Green Gables" by L. M. Montgomery. First edition, later printing. Published by L. C. Page & Company in Boston, January 1943. Illustrated by Elizabeth R. Withington. The book measures 5.25" x 7.75", 396 pages with additional publisher's advertisements. Comes with its original dust jacket. The dust jacket is in very good plus to near fine condition. Ligth shelf wear to the panels and spine. Small stain and pencil number notation on the flaps. The book is in very good plus to near fine condition. The tan cloth boards are extremely well preserved with crisp edges. The portrait on the front board is clear and vivid. Small stain at the top fore-edge that seeps into the margins of the preliminary pages. The textblock is clean, bright, unmarked, and complete. The binding is sound. A beautiful copy of this children's classic. "Anne of Green Gables" is the story Anne Shirley, an orphan who was mistakenly sent to work as a farmhand at a farmhouse in Green Gables. Although siblings Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert had originally sent for a boy to help them run the farm, they chose to keep Anne anyway and adopt her. This heartwarming tale chronicles her journey of overcoming and exceeding boundaries. Please view the many other rare titles available for purchase at our store. We are always interested in purchasing individual or collections of fine books. Inventory # (F1-43) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Screwtape Letters (Association Copy)

      New York: The MacMillan Company, 1943. First American Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. This copy contains the bookplate of Eleanore M. Jewett, the author of Newbery-award-winning "The Hidden Treasure of Glaston." A tight, neat copy with no writing. Light foxing to endleaves. The dust jacket is price clipped and edgeworn, with archival tape reinforcement at two folds. The back flap is separated but heldnicely by the mylar. This book, dedicated to J. R. R. Tolkien, was one of those that thrust Lewis into the limelight in the mid twentieth century. Full refund if not satisfied.

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        Final Report, Japanese Evacuation From the West Coast, 1942

      Government Printing Office, Washington 1943 - First edition. 618pp. Gilt-stamped black cloth. Illustrated from black and white photographs, color figures, charts, and three fold-out maps. An about fine copy with Eugene Worley's name stamped on the front fly. Worley was a U.S. Representative from Texas and had served as a Lieutenant Commander in the United States Navy from December 1941 to August 1942, while a Member of Congress. This is a comprehensive report on the evacuation of persons of Japanese ancestry carried out by the Army in the interests of national security in the spring of 1942. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ondine

      New edition of the French translation illustrated with 18 original lithographs by Valentine Hugo, one of the 10 numbered copies of Japan, drawing of the head.Our copy, as it is stipulated in the justification of the draw, is complete, like all the copies on Japan, of the original sketch of Valentine Hugo which she signed.Our copy is unfortunately incomplete from the continuation of the 18 engravings.spine slightly insolated, flat marginally shaded, pleasant interior state. José Corti Paris 1943 12x19cm broché

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        Nine James Cagney Letters to Artist Will Crawford, Totaling 19 Pages, with Original Photo and Drawing

      1943 - A collection of Two Autographed Letters Signed and seven Typed Letters Signed from screen legend James Cagney (1899-1986) to his close friend, artist Will Crawford (1869-1944), dating from 1926 to 1943. Also with two Signed letters (one typed and the other in holograph) from the actor's wife, Frances "Billie" Cagney; an original photo of the three of them together; and an envelope addressed and illustrated by Crawford to Cagney. The letters have some toning due to age and a couple of oxidation spots but are in remarkably nice shape; on average they are near fine or better.As newlyweds in the 1920 the Cagneys lived in the Free Acres artist colony in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. There they formed a bond with Crawford, an original Free Acres resident and career artist who illustrated a host of children's books and popular magazines, including Puck, The Century, McClure's, Scribner's, and Redbook. It was a relationship that lasted until Crawford's death in 1944.The letters to Crawford stretch from Cagney's early years as a vaudevillian player to his emergence as one of the biggest stars of the silver screen. They demonstrate Cagney's close friendship with the older artist as evidenced by his financial assistance to Crawford, visits to Crawford from California, and even a special effort to arrange a meeting between Crawford and the noted journalist Lincoln Steffens. The letters reveal Cagney as a man who never forgot his friends or stopped giving to those for whom he cared and who needed it most. A wonderful collection of letters that present a peek into the private life of a true Hollywood legend.James Cagney Letters1. ALS, 4pp., [No place: 1926]. A somewhat glum letter from before he was a star. In it he describes doing some vaudeville to "keep the wolf away," and how he would like to "chuck it all. But it can't be done."2. TLS, 1p., Beverly Hills, California: August 9, 1933. Explains why he hasn't been home to visit, that his latest film shoots for another six weeks, and that he will be in New York this fall but "don't mention that to anybody as I don't want to be bothered with publicity stunts and fan troubles."3. ALS, 6pp., [No place]: November 15, 1933. He describes a visit to see muckraking journalist and communist sympathizer Lincoln Steffens, his plan to get Steffens and Crawford together for dinner as soon as he finishes filming "this next bit of tripe," and a few complaints about getting paid: "these bastards out here who pay out the checks find a way to keep me dangling . They steal my time -- and my life. And what do I get --- a fortune! Isn't it awful!?!?!"4. TLS, 2pp., Beverly Hills, California: June 11, 1935, written on Cagney's stationery. Some comments about doing some amateur wood carving, offering to return some antique guns he purchased from Crawford, and a mention of mutual friends, including blacklisted actor Vic Killain who was also from Free Acres.5. TLS, 2pp., Beverly Hills, California: February 17, 1936, written on Cagney's stationery. A letter concerning some deceitful behavior involving the sale of his house in Free Acres, the profit of which was to be used to help pay some of Crawford's bills.6. TNS, 1p., Beverly Hills, California: September 16, 1941, written on Cagney's stationery. A quick note to say he received Crawford's letter and would get back to him soon.7. TLS, 1p., Beverly Hills, California: August 5, 1942, written on Cagney's stationery. A short letter saying he is glad to hear Crawford is out of the hospital after a fall and that he will be visiting "unless the Government keeps me too occupied." Likely a reference to his USO efforts during WWII.8. TLS, 1p., Beverly Hills, California: December 26, 1942, written on Cagney's stationery and with original mailing envelope. Cagney expressing his happiness at Crawford having a new place to live, some nostalgic reminiscences about watching snow fall at Free Acres, and a few comments about Christmas Day.9. TLS, 1p., Beverly Hills, California: Febru

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        MURDER ON THE DOWNBEAT

      Mystery House, 1943., New York - First edition. Former owner's bookplate to front pastedown sheet else fine in dust jacket with light wear to the spine ends and extremities, and a faint small crease to top edge of the rear panel. The milieux of Robert Avery's Murder on the Downbeat are the swing clubs in midtown Manhattan and the after-hours joints in Harlem. Recording company scout and jazz columnist Malachy Bliss assumes the role of amateur detective when first one and then another jazz musician is murdered and his girlfriend is jailed as a suspect. Although this book moves breezily along after the fashion of Dashiell Hammett's Thin Man series, it nevertheless carries a modest but meaningful racial subtext in its portrayal of Harlem as a place where musicians, both black and white, can go after work "to play honest, uninhibited jazz with the best musicians in the world" (Rife, David. Jazz Fiction: A History and Comprehensive Reader's Guide, p.43). A scarce title from this Arcadia House imprint. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Way Some People Live

      New York: Random House. (1943). First. First edition. Fine in very near fine dustwrapper with a very small nick near the base of the spine and a faint spot on the spine, but an especially bright and fine example. Signed by the author and dated in 1976. Cheever's uncommon first book, a collection of short fiction that he never allowed to be reprinted. Only three of the stories have ever been subsequently printed, in an obscure paperback published in the 1960s. Consequently Cheever was loathe to sign copies, and this is one of only a very few thus. Combined with the especially nice condition, this may be the best copy we've seen. .

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        Das verlorene Manuskript.

      Mexico: Editorial "El Libro Libre" 1943 - 308 Seiten und 2 Blatt. Orig. Pappband mit orig. Schutzumschlag (der Schutzumschlag am Rücken und den Falzen alt unterlegt sowie mit leichten Randläsuren und etwas fleckig, der Einband bestoßen, die Vorsatzpapiere etwas stockfleckig, papierbedingt etwas nachgedunkelt, sonst erstaunlich gutes und vor allem sauberes Exemplar). 8°. Mit dem orig. Schutzumschlag recht seltene Ausgabe in einem gebundenen Exemplar. Laut Sternfeld/Tiedemann zuerst im Verlag genoss. ausländischer Arbeiter in Moskau 1935 mit dem Untertitel "Reportage" erschienen. Die Moskauer Ausgabe aber nicht im Dt. Exilarchiv. - Vgl. Dt. Exilarchiv 182 und Sternfeld/Tiedemann S. 11. 850 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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