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        THE WIZARD OF OZ (code no. 859)

      The Saalfield Publishing Company, Akron, Ohio 1944 - (Toy and movable books) THE WIZARD OF OZ (code no. 859) animated by Julian Wehr. Akron, Ohio: The Saalfield Publishing Company, 1944. FIRST EDITION. 8vo - 6-11/16" x 8-11/16". Red plastic spiral bound color pictorial paper covered boards with a touch of wear to the tail of spine for what otherwise appears to be an as new copy of the book. Color pictorial near pristine dust wrapper with slight color wear at two of the flap fold corners for what is a truly beautiful wrapper. Royal blue endpapers. [24] pp. The book features six full color tab-activated movable plates animated by Wehr, all of which are in perfect working order, along with full color drawings within text on all other pages. The condition of the book is FINE. The condition of the dust wrapper is FINE. A wonderful copy of the book and wrapper. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Wallace & Clark, Booksellers]
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        Either/Or

      Princeton: Princeton UP, 1944. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. Rare 1st edns, 2 volume set, VG/VG (volume one shows inner taping to dj while volume two is in nice condition, 1st English translation of this classic, a perfect holiday gift for that philosophy scholar. Price intact on flaps, books themselves are flawless. BP of Allison Williams Bunkley, a brilliant scholar and historian who died at only 25..

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        Lost Worlds

      Arkham House, Sauk City 1944 - DJ near fine condition, DJ not price clipped $3, small fine chip back cover, black boards, gilt lettering on spine, sharp corners, binding very good, pages bright & clean. One of two thousand printed copies, "Here are twenty-three more of Smith's "gorgeous, luxuriant, and feverishly distorted visions of infinite spheres and multiple dimensins" in his secnd collection of short stories -- tales of Hyperborea, Atlantis, Averoigne, Aothique, Xiccarph, and other vanished owrlds of unimaginable splendor"; Cover Art; Small 8vo 7½" - 8" tall; 419 pages. Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Crossroads Books]
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        Komunisticni manifest. [i.e. "The Communist Manifesto"].

      [Slovene Littoral, Printed for Agitprop, Presumably 1944]. Small4to. In the original stapled printed grey wrappers. Previous owner's name in light pencil to front wrapper and title-page. A few brown spots to title-page, otherwise a very fine and clean copy. 52 pp. ¶ Exceedingly rare Slovenian translation of the Communist Manifesto. This virtually unknown edition is not to be found in any bibliography nor on OCLC. The present edition of the Manifesto was printed and distributed by Agitprop, the Communist Party institution that controlled education, publishing, libraries and mass media from the end of World War II until 1952. Presumably the present publication was, if not the very first, then among the first publications made by Agitprop. Until the end of World War II Agitprop was essentially an underground movement whose goal was to pave the way for communism after the war. After the resistance in Slovenia started in summer 1941, Italian violence against the Slovene civilian population escalated and to counter the Communist-led insurgence, the Italians sponsored local anti-guerrilla units, formed mostly by the local conservative Catholic Slovene population that resented the revolutionary violence of the partisans. After the Italian armistice of September 1943, the Germans took over both the Province of Ljubljana and the Slovenian Littoral. They united the Slovene anti-Communist counter-insurgence into the Slovene Home Guard and appointed a puppet regime in the Province of Ljubljana. The anti-Nazi resistance however expanded, creating its own administrative structures as the basis for Slovene statehood within a new, federal and socialist Yugoslavia.In 1945, Yugoslavia was liberated by the underground resistance and soon became a socialist federation known as the People's Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Slovenia joined the federation as a constituent republic, led by its own pro-Communist leadership and Agitprop became the official mass media institution.Not in OCLC

      [Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S]
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        Universalismo Constructivo. Contribución a la unificación del arte y la cultura de América

      Editorial Poseidón, Buenos Aires 1944 - LA ÓPERA MAGNA DE TORRES GARCÍA CON LA INHALLABLE SOBRECUBIERTA – 8vo; encuadernación original de editor con sobrecubierta. PRIMERA EDICIÓN CON LA RARÍSIMA SOBRECUBIERTA EN EXCELENTE ESTADO, CON MÍNIMAS HUELLAS DE USO. Universalismo Constructivo es el título del libro que reúne las 150 conferencias dictadas por Torres García desde su retorno al Uruguay en 1934 hasta 1943. En 1944 la editorial Poseidón de Buenos Aires publica este libro de más de mil páginas, que bajo el título declara: CONTRIBUCIÓN A LA UNIFICACIÓN DEL ARTE Y LA CULTURA DE AMÉRICA. A lo largo de estas 150 lecciones Torres García habla de los fundamentos de la plástica y del quehacer artístico, el artista como creador y como hombre. Los 253 dibujos del Universalismo Constructivo fueron realizados especialmente por Torres García para apoyar gráficamente lo expresado en las conferencias. Universalismo Constructivo es un modo de ver y hacer el arte, una síntesis que Torres García realiza reuniendo sus experiencias con las vanguardias europeas de principios del S. XX y su visión del arte de todos los tiempos, particularmente sur americano. THE GREAT WORK OF TORRES GARCÍA WITH THE IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND DUSTJACKET- 8vo.; original publishers binding with dust jacket. FIRST EDITION WITH THE EXTREMELY RARE DUST JACKET IN EXCELLENT CONDITION WITH MINIMAL SIGNS OF USE. Universalismo Constructivo is the title of the book that gathers the 150 lectures presented by Torres García from his return to Uruguay in 1934 to 1943. In 1944 Editorial Poseidón of Buenos Aires published this book of over 1000 pages, that, under this title states: CONTRIBUTION TO THE UNIFICATION OF THE ART AND CULTURE OF AMERICA. Throughout these 150 lectures Torres García speaks of the fundamentals of plastic art and artistic duty, the artist as a creator and as man. The 253 drawings of Universalismo Constructivo were prepared especially for Torres García to graphically support what is stated in the lectures. Universalismo Constructivo is a means of seeing and doing art, a synthesis that Torres García achieves by reuniting his experiences with the European Vanguard of the beginning of the 20th century and his vision of art from all periods, particularly South American. 1011 pp páginas [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members)]
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        Antarès. (5) Eaux-fortes originales de Marie Laurencin.

      Paris, Editions du Pavois. 1944 - Sprache: Französisch In-4°. 96 p. en feuilles. Broché, sous chemise et étui. Carteret V, 15. - Skira 192. - Monod I, 467. No. 252/268 exemplaires numérotés sur Rives sans suite (total 300 expl.). - Dos de la chemise jauni. Petite tâche sur le dos de la chemise, sinon état de neuf.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        The One Hundred Fifty-Four Sonnets

      New York: The Thomas Y. Crowell Company,, 1944. Designed and illustrated by Aldren Auld Watson. Octavo (249 x 163 mm). Contemporary red morocco by Maurin, twin raised bands to spine lettered in gilt, floral decoration to spine in gilt, double gilt fillet to covers, turn-ins gilt, board edges gilt, marbled endpapers, green silk page marker, top edge gilt. Title vignette and 11 plates by Watson. Gift inscription to binder's blank. Loss to headcap, dark marking to spine and covers, a little rubbing to joints and tips. A very good copy. First Watson edition, first printing. Aldren Auld Watson (1917-2013) was an American artist and hand bookbinder, whose work includes illustrations for a 1948 edition of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Books.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        El niño canciones y fotografías.

      Ediciones Contrapunto, Buenos Aires 1944 - Juan G. FERREIRA BASSO: El niño, canciones y fotografías. Buenos Aires, Ediciones Contrapunto, 1944. 53p. 1h. Ilustrado con doce láminas fotográficas fuera de texto de Augusto Ignacio Vallmitjana. Cubierta ilustrada por Raúl Lozza. Ejemplar Nº XIV perteneciente a la tirada de cabecera, fuera de comercio, de 100 ejemplares numerados de I a C y destinados a los suscriptores. Este ejemplar fue impreso para el poeta Horacio Rega Molina, firmado y dedicado por el autor y por su hijo "Rulito". Rústica. Primera edición. Muy raro (Referencia: Horacio Fernández: El fotolibro latinoamericano. Editorial RM, pág. 60). Buen estado (en solapas pequeños puntos donde se pagó un papel manteca para protección de las cubiertas -ver foto-). [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria del Signo]
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        Das Märchen von der ungehorsamen Adeli-Sofi und ihrer furchtbaren Begegnung mit dem Wassermann.

      Bln. u. Zürich, Atlantis 1944. Ohlwd. Quer-4°. 20 nn Blatt. Mit farb. ganzs. Illustr. -Einbd. etw. stockfl., gering ber. u. best. Selten, wurde nach Erscheinen sofort beschlagnahmt. Versand D: 7,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ottmar Müller]
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        La Cetonia

      1944 - Edition of 55 copies including original etching numbered and signed by Luigi Bartolini. Belongs to the collection "Une Margherite". Binding a little weak. Good conditions. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 30% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 1500 euro. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Wallector]
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        Le bain avec Andromède

      - Editions de flore, Paris 1944, 25,5x32,5cm, en feuilles sous chemise et étui. - Prima edizione, una delle 375 copie numerate su pergamena in forma di Rives, disegnare solo dopo 12 Annam. Libro illustrato con 10 litografie stencil Felix Labisse. Indietro della camicia e caso insolated, restauri maldestri utilizzando cerotti adesivi agli angoli del caso, un'umidità all'interno della camicia e un altro sul caso. Nizza copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, un des 375 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin à la forme de Rives, seul tirage après 12 Annam. Ouvrage illustré de 10 lithographies au pochoir de Félix Labisse. Dos de la chemise et étui insolés, malhabiles restaurations à l'aide de pièces adhésives aux angles de l'étui, une mouillure à l'intérieur de la chemise et une autre sur l'étui. Agréable exemplaire.  

      [Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet]
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        (map) The B-29's on Guam with Vectograph Glasses, Map, and a Photograph of Harbor and Four of Guam Natives

      1944. Edward Land began devising his Poloroid glasses just before World War II. As the Army Air Force needed to find ways to detect elevation, he helped them develop 3-D technology that first was used in bombing over Germany and then in the Pacific beginning with tests in the Aleutians. The reconnaissance planes began taking extensive aerial photographs of the Mariana Islands with an emphasis on Guam. General Haywood Hansell helped as the 3-D models prepared the way for the invasion of Guam and eventually Japan where the details helped B-29 crews in the Pacific recognize every steam, hill and industrial target in the Nipponest homeland. (see the Evaluation of Photographic Intelligence in the Japanese Homeland, Part One and Two. [Washington] Photographic Intelligence Section].Here is the photographic image of Guam, the enhanced image drawn up by the 947th Engineer AVN entitled: "The B-29s on Guam". The photographs measuring 4 3/4" x 3 1/2" show Apra Harbor in September 1945 and four additional photographs of the native huts and people. Included are a pair of Poloroid three-dimensional picture glasses and a glass frame 3-D Picture Viewer. The case for the glasses frame has become firmly glued to the original film image but the map can be seen in the film of Guam.

      [Bookseller: Alcuin Books]
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        Hafenansicht

      Aquarell, Maße: 39,5 cm x 25,5 cm, hinter Glas gerahmt, (Rahmenmaß: 47,5 cm x 35,5 cm) - unten links mit Widmung: Für von Lützaus, Weihnachten 1944 / unten rechts original signiert -

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        Tagebuch eines Malers - Prunkband! 1 von nur 20 Ex. mit 4 Originalen (3 Bilder, 1 eigenhänd. Text)! Absolut selten!

      Böhmer, Gunter: Tagebuch eines Malers. EA. Olten: Vereinigung Oltner Bücherfreunde 1944. 2 (Folio). 176 nn Seiten. Original-Ganzpergament mit Goldfileten und -titel auf fünf Bünden in Original-Schuber. Eins von nur 20 römisch nummerierten und im Kollophon vom Künstler signierten Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe A (GA 330). Mit insgesamt vier (statt, wie im Kollophon angegeben, drei) beigebundenen Originalen im hinteren Teil, davon drei Bildoriginale und ein eigenhändiger Tagebuchtext mit zwei flankierenden Zeichnungen jedes Original ist zudem signiert. Kopfgoldschnitt. Gedruckter Eigentumvermerk der Abonnentin im Kollophon. Der Einband ist Handarbeit der Werkstatt Emil Kretz, Basel. Böhmers Tagebuch eines Malers ist nach Bekunden des Herausgebers William Matheson die prächtigste und aufwändigste Publikation der Oltner Bücherfreunde. Ein Meisterwerk, vor allem der schwergewichtige Einband im Folioformat. Tadelloses Exemplar "Das Prunkstück sämtlicher VOB-Veröffentlichungen ist das großformatige Tagebuch eines Malers von Gunter Böhmer mit über hundert Zeichnungen und Aquarellen ... ein bibliophiles Prachtwerk ersten Ranges, in dem Papier, Satz, Einband und Bildreproduktion eine wahre Augenweide für den Bücherfreund bilden." (W. Matheson: Die 100 VOB-Publikationen, S. 25).

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        THE LESSONS OF THE KHARKOV TRIAL

      [London] : [Russia Today Society](1944). 1st English Edition. 8vo. Original Wrappers. 15, [1] pages ; 19 cm. Contemporary report, published the month after the trial, on one of the the first two war crimes trials against Nazi defendants, held almost 2 years before the Nuremberg Trials. "A Russia Today Pamphlet/First published January 1944." A historic account of the Trial in which "three officials of the Kharkov Gestapo (Hans Rietz, Wilhelm Langfeld, and Reinhard Retzlaff) were tried before a Soviet military Court at Kharkov, Ukraine, from December 15, 1943, to December 18, 1943. All were found guilty and sentenced to death. " (Jewish Virtual Library, 2017) The pamphlet is written by Bohuslav Ecer a year before the Nuremberg Trial, in which Ecer played a significant role. "Bohuslav Ecer (1893 - 1954) was a professor of international criminal law. He was a member of the Commission of the United Nations War Crimes, and chairman of the Czechoslovakian delegation at the International Military Tribunal for the punishment of war criminals at Nuremberg, as well as a judge of the International Court of Justice in The Hague. A street in Bystrc is named after him. " (Wikipedia, 2017) SUBJECT(S) : War crimes trials, Kharkiv, Ukraine, 1943. Rusty staple. Some edgewear and minor foxing. About very good condition. Important. (holo2-135-7) xx

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        Midshipman's Journal

      - Midshipman's Journal; small folio; original quarter cloth binding. 186 manuscript pages, three drawings, six hand drawn and two large folding maps and nine documents pasted in. The Journal of Midshipman J G Pike a Commando in the Royal Naval Reserve. The Journal chronicles the little recorded or noted tale of the Royal Navy’s role in the final defeat of Japan in the Pacific between March 1944 and August 1945. Covering Pike’s service on HMS Newcastle from March to April 1944 and on HMS Gambia from April 1944 until the end of the War. HMNZS Gambia served with the British Pacific Fleet, and participated in attacks on Japanese positions throughout the Pacific and supported a series of carrier raids against oil installations and airfields. She saw action off Okinawa, Formosa and Japan and took part in the bombardment of the Japanese city of Kamaishi on 9 August. She was under attack by Japanese aircraft at the time that a ceasefire was announced, and possibly fired the last shots of World War II. She was present on 2 September 1945 in Tokyo Bay for the signing of Japanese Instrument of Surrender. Rich in detail, this is a superb account of service in Royal Navy in closing months of the War. February 9th 1945.”Today Lord Louis Mountbatten came on board.The hands were fallen in on the quarterdeck and after the Supreme Commander had been introduced to the heads of departments he went to the microphone to give a speech. He made a very impressive speech.” May 5th 1945. “The attack on the carriers were carried out by Jap suicide bombers, in two waves of three. These planes followed our air strike back and came in absolutely undetected, all these planes were in flames before they hit their targets. One crashed on Formidable and another crashed but slid off. One near miss was obtained by Indomitable and another on Victorious. The rest were shot down.” 9th May 1945. “At about dusk one of the destroyers had sighted an object on the horizon. The object seems to be a huge splash in the water with smoke above it. It was later reported that the object was presumably a rocket plane.” 16th July 1945. “At 0500 today the American 3rd Fleet was sighted. It was divided into 3 groups. Each group consisting of 3 battleships, 5 carriers, 6 cruisers and destroyers. All told there were 102 American ships. The British Fleet totalled 24 ships.” 11th August 1945. “2 Atomic Bombs had been dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This new terrible weapon destroyed a whole city in one blast. No details have been released to give us any true picture of the actual damage. The rumours circulating are varied and many. Now we are hoping for the Japanese to surrender. The fleet was due to return to Sydney on the 9th, but owing to the sudden developments we were remaining in the area.” “Later in the day a general signal read that the main body of carriers would return to Sydney leaving the King George V, Indeatigable, Gambia and Newfoundland with the American Fleet in case ships were needed to enter Japanese ports. “ 13th August 1945. At 0830 today Admiral Halsey signalled “Line up for the last round”. 15th August 1945. “Early this morning rumours were rife that the Japanese had “packed up”. However, no official signal from Macarthur was received and a strike of 700 planes was flown off at dawn from all task force groups to attack Tokyo. At 0800 the strike returned with reports of heavy opposition from both flak and fighters over Tokyo. Ten aircraft from British carriers and 16 Americans were shot down.” "At 1129 a message was received from CTF which read 'CEASE HOSTILITIES AGAINST JAPAN'. At that same moment a Judy appeared dead astern flying straight at us firing her machine guns. There were a large crowd of men standing on the quarterdeck and soon as the plane was spotted, everyone immediately ran for their respective stations. No alarm was given. However two Seafires were close on its tail and the plane was blown to pieces over our foremast. It all happened in about one [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fable

      New York: Published by the author, 1944. First edition. Paperback. Fine. Published for Christmas 1944 by the author, however it is now widely known that Prokosch reprinted a number of these so called 'Butterfly Books' between 1968 and 70 without changing the imprint. From a total run of 44 copies, this is one of 22 on Utopian Text paper for the author's friends in America. A 16 line poem. Stringbound marbled wraps with bright pink leather label. Book measures 3.5 inches wide x 5.25 tall. Fine. There is a small slash mark correcting a typo on the second to last line of the final stanza. One of Prokosch's famous Butterfly Books. Rare. Digital images available upon request.

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        Land of Unlikeness.

      Massachusetts: Cummington Press, 1944 - Octavo. Original blue boards, titles to spine and front board red, buff endpapers. Housed in a custom red solander box, with a section of the original glassine dust jacket laid-in. Board edges a little faded, head of spine very slightly worn; an excellent copy. Woodcut to title page by Gustav Wolf, printed in red and pale blue. First edition, signed limited issue, number 6 of 26 copies printed on Dacian paper and signed by the author, from a total edition of 250 copies. Land of Unlikeness is Lowell's first book of poetry. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Prize #39 1943 comic book-FRANKENSTEIN becomes a NAZI-Hanging Panels-Pro-Soviet

      Prize 1944 - Wild WWII era issue. FRANKESTEIN by Dick Briefer story features Frankenstein becoming a NAZI soldier!!! Ted O'Neil of the Commandos story features Ted working with Soviet guerrillas to kill NAZIS, includes brutal NAZI hanging panels! Solid copy, gorgeous colors on cover. 1" split at bottom spine. Complete, no restoration. Condition: VG+

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        THE ROLE OF SOVIET INVESTIGATORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE BLOOD BANK. [IN] AMERICAN REVIEW OF SOVIET MEDICINE, APRIL 1944.

      Published by the American-Soviet Medical Society,, New York: 1944 - Drew's article occupies pages 360-369 of the April 1944 issue. We offer the entire Volume I, consisting of four issues totaling 588 pages. Portraits, illustrations, charts, bound in original large 8vo red cloth, gilt spine title lettering. Very Good. This is the article's first appearance by the father of the American and British blood banks of World War II. Drew became the first African-American to receive a Doctor of Science degree, which he earned for his thesis, written at Columbia, on blood banks. Drew's article acknowledges the early Soviet work in the preservation of blood. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: David M. Lesser, ABAA]
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        THE GLASS TOWER

      London: Editions Poetry London. 1944. First edition, first printing. First edition, first printing. Publisher's paper covered boards with Lucian Freud design, black cloth spine with titles in bronze, in dustwrapper. Illustrated by Lucian Freud with 6 full page plates, two of which are in colour and numerous drawings throughout the text (one in colour). An excellent near fine copy, the binding square and firm, the contents lightly spotted to the endpapers otherwise clean throughout and without previous owner's inscriptions or stamps. Complete with the original dustwrapper which remains entirely without loss or tears and with some spotting to the upper panel and flap edges. A superior example of the first publication to feature Lucian Freud illustrations (published in the same year as his first solo exhibition). Further details and images for any of the items listed are available on request. Lucius Books welcomes direct contact with our customers.

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        A Bell for Adano - SIGNED

      New York: Knopf, 1944. Book. Very Good or better. Hardcover. Signed By Author. A First Edition, First Printing. Very good or better in an unclipped near fine dust jacket. Inscribed and signed by the author on the front end paper: " For Nat Orr, with best regards, John Hersey". 1945 Pulitzer Prize winning book. Boards are slightly soiled, volume has been well opened and almost lays flat when opened. The jacket, from another first edition, is near fine and is basically without flaw. .

      [Bookseller: James Graham, Bookseller]
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        Le Malentendu; Caligula

      Paris: Gallimard, 1944. First edition. Original wrappers. Very Good. FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED BY CAMUS on dedication page: "ma visite a Londres a ete un [???] dont je tiens a te remercier. Amicales pensees / Albert Camus". With letter of provenance. Le Malentendu [The Misunderstanding], was written by Camus in 1943 and first performed on August 24, 1944. It "is a highly subjective presentation by Camus of the human condition as he saw it in the desperate circumstances of 1942-43" and was once described by Camus as "the play that resembles me the most" (Freeman; Williams, The Misunderstanding and Caligula). Caligula, written in 1938, but not performed until 1945 was based on the life of the notorious Roman Emperor. Along with The Stranger and The Myth of Sisyphus, it constitutes part of what Camus referred to as his "Cycle of the Absurd". With original promotional slip by Gallimard laid-in. Paris: Gallimard, 1944. Octavo, original wrappers; custom box. Small hole on front free endpaper (possible paper flaw), a few spots of soiling to wrapper. Rare signed.

      [Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company]
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        [World War II][Entertainers] Photo Album and Scrapbook Documenting the First U S O Shows at non-U S Army Bases

      Manitoba, Canada. 1944. 14¾” x 11¾”. Full leather album, internally string tied. 100 pages, the first 27 with 70 black and white photos and five items of ephemera adhesive mounted; the rest are blank. An additional 55 photos and two items of ephemera laid in. Most photos measure 4” x 5”. Photos in album are captioned, others are not. Album externally good: lacking the back strip and with significant edge wear and losses at corners; internally near fine or better. Reggie Gardiner was a well known comedic stage actor and mimic in England before hitting Broadway and ultimately tackling Hollywood. His first Hollywood movie was in 1936 and he appeared in over 100 films as, according to an obituary, “the amiable ass. ” He was best known for his role in Chaplin's The Great Dictator and a news clipping in the album suggests he was more well known as a socialite, for a time acting as Hedy Lamarr's favorite escort. This album documents Gardiner's time as a headliner in the Kay Francis Show, which toured central and western Canada and Alaska for several weeks in February 1944, entertaining troops at around 50 American, as well as Canadian, camps. Many of these were in remote Arctic areas whose locations were kept secret and some of the men had not seen women for months. One of Gardiner's captions reads, “the picture on the opposite page is typical of the outposts we saw—as for instance Eskimo Point which juts out into the Hudson Bay simply miles and miles and miles from anywhere. ” News reports stated that the events at Canadian military outposts were the first U. S. O. Performances outside an American military base. The album reflects infectious happiness injected into an exceptionally harsh climate. The photos include group shots, rehearsals and performances, a group of men dressed in drag, receptions and dinner parties, and the entertainers mixing with soldiers. Others show the troupe serving food to soldiers and visiting them in the hospital. One interesting shot shows Gardiner and another man gawking at a Vargas centerfold, while a great series shows the group outside with dogsleds, igloos, and Native American guides. Another shows Kay Francis sitting at a mess hall bench with soldiers while one shovels food into her mouth, and one image shows Francis on their plane doing her nails. The ephemera include a letter to Gardiner from the commanding officer, an NC-17 rated poem in Gardiner's hand and the first three leaves of the Eskimo Phrase Book For United States Armed Forces, a mimeo that does not exist on OCLC. There's also a map of North America with Gardiner's flight paths drawn in blue. A wonderful collection of well composed images, documenting this little known, and clearly successful, attempt to bring warmth and joy to troops way up north. This item is offered by Langdon Manor Books, LLC, antiquarian booksellers. Please do not hesitate to contact us for additional information and/or photos and we will respond promptly. We package our items carefully, ship daily, and have a no hassle returns policy--your satisfaction is guaranteed. We are members of the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America (ABAA) , the International League of Antiquarian Booksllers (ILAB) and the Independent Online Booksellers Association (IOBA) and adhere to their rules of ethics. .

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        Photo Album]: R.A.F. India and South Africa World War II

      India 1944 - Oblong quarto measuring 9.5" x 12". String-tied green cloth over paper boards. Contains 130 sepia toned or black and white silver photographs measuring between 2.25" x 3.5" to 5.5" x 8" with captions. Album is very good with age toning and wear on the board edges with near fine photographs.A photo album kept by Sergeant K.J. Turner while serving with the Royal Air Force (R.A.F.) in World War II between 1942 and 1944. Turner split his time with the Air Force between the R.A.F. station in Leeming, North Yorkshire, India, and Durban, South Africa. The photos show Turner with a number of different units including the men of the Number 14 and Number 7 squadrons posed for group photos around various bases including Skegness on the coast of England. Number 7 was also referred to as the "pathfinder force" and was used to scout bomber locations and eventually mark targets for Bomber Command. Turner then found himself with the 429 Transport Squadron, originally formed as a Bomber squadron combining Canadian and English pilots.The base at Durban was used as a training facility by the Royal Air Force during the war and Turner is pictured here with other trainees in a rickshaw, among native South Africans in traditional clothing, and watching Zulu dancing. One page entitled, "studies of African native life," shows a collection of commercially produced photography of the native Africans Turner was seeing including "Piccannins at meal time," "a Maxosa in meditation," and "native hairdressers in South Africa putting on the finishing touch." Turner takes snapshots of Bombay and Karachi with images showing the police directing traffic, the Bay of Bombay, and the Taj Mahal Hotel. Two photos show Karachi before and after a monsoon. They traveled throughout India to various cities including Jodhpur, and Allahabad as well as the Pakistan city of Lahore. These photos show R.A.F. boys with local railway officials, at the museum at Lucknow, and impersonating "Sikhs" which involved wearing a turban and posing as a yogi. Towards the end of the album the men are seen enjoying Christmas and a State dinner at Headquarters with snapshots of jovial officers after a drink or two. The album ends in 1944 and according to online war records Turner was captured and kept as a prisoner of war until the end of the conflict, although it is not clear who he was held by.An extensive collection of an R.A.F. Sergeant in India and Africa in the years leading up to his capture during World War II.

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        Le français d'Europe

      First edition of which there were no large paper copies, one advance (service de presse) copy.Good copy, given the very bad quality of this paper from war period. Editions Balzac Paris 1944 12x19cm broché

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        Die Sachsenpost. Folge 25 - 66 (März 1941 - April 1944)

      Dresden, 1944. (Forts.13436) . . . - Die Bevölkerung dieser Stadt hat in und nach der Nacht des britischen Frauen- und Kindermordes eine Härte und Verbissenheit erwiesen, die über die teuflischste Zerstörungswut triumphiert und jedwede Spekulation auf seelische Verwirrung zunichte macht. In eifervoller Hilfsbereitschaft und einsatzfreudiger Kameradschaft ist ganz Leipzig unter der persönlichen Leitung von Gauleiter und Reichsverteidigungskommissar Martin Motschmann unermüdlich am Werk, die Schäden zu beheben, nachdem blitzschnelles Eingreifen des Selbstschutzes, der LS.-Organe und der Feuerschutzpolizei noch während und unmittelbar nach dem Angriff von vornherein die Entstehung noch größeren Schadens verhindert hat…\"Einst kommt der Tag der Rache, einmal der werden wir frei!\" Alte Kampflieder der Bewegung haben in Leipzig dieser Tage einen besonderen, tiefen Sinn\") / Die hundertjährige Musikschule Klingenthal / Der Schweiß der Heimat spart das Blut der Front / Aus der Winterarbeit der NS.-Frauenschaft in Marienberg / Die traditionelle erzgebirgische Weihnachtsfeier in Oberwiesenthal / Wir wollen uns näher kennen lernen (Bombenkriegsgeschädigte im Erzgebirge) / Jubiläum des Erzgebirge-Bergbaus / 20 Jahre Zeibigs Bautzener Singschar / unserer sächsische Hitler-Jugend im Kriegseinsatz / Ein Gedanke ging von Dresden ins Reich (Wecker-Reparaturwerkstatt) / Neue und alte sächsische Glockenspiele / Aus den Kreisen: geliebtes Dresden, von Kriegsrichterrichter Dr. Heinz Graefe / Neujahrs-Sprunglauf an der Vogtlandschanze / Das Sonnentor von Niedergräfenhain / Klingenthaler Soldatenmundharmonika / Kinderfastnacht im Elbgebirge / Orgelbauer auf Kommando / Zum Heldengedenktag 1944, Gedicht von Fritz Weichelt / Martin Mutschmann, Soldat des Führers. Zur Vollendung des 65. Lebensjahres (zwei Seiten) / Deutsche Meisterschaften im Ost-Erzgebirge / Aus den Kreisen: der Gauleiter bei den Werktätigen / Treue Verbundenheit mit der Heimat (\"Eine sächsische Infanteriedivision, die zur Reichsmessestadt in engen Beziehungen steht, hat ihre treue Verbundenheit zur Heimat durch eine Spende von 250.000 Reichsmark zu Gunsten der Bombengeschädigten in Leipzig bezeugt… zusammen mit einer künstlerisch ausgeführten Stiftungsurkunde überreicht. Die Urkunde wurde in einer Kassette, die von einem Waffenmeister der Division aus Uniformtuch und Kartuschenmaterial hergestellt worden ist. In der Urkunde spricht die Division, die seit Monaten im Osten in härtestem Abwehrkampf steht,…\") / Sachsens Obst-Gemeinschaftspflanzungen / Im Wehrertüchtigungslager Altenberg / Hier spricht der Kreis Zwickau / Kamenz plant die Schaffung eines Ehrenhains / Filmpreis aus dem Kreis Grimma / Die sächsischen Mädchen / \"Gelöbnis an den Führer, zum 20. April 1944\", Gedicht von Gerhard Schumann / Geniereicher Sachsengau / Schattenriss eines Volkskünstlers, zum 60. Geburtstag von Max Pickel / Aus den Kreisen: Leipzig arbeitet weiter / Lausitzer Osterbräuche / BDM.-Werk in Stadt und Land / Arbeitstagung der Kreisleitung in Dippoldiswalde / Sächsische Wasserstraßen / Kriegsversehrte wurden für die Landwirtschaft geschult. - Suchbegriffe s.Nr. 26647 ! Versand D: 5,90 EUR Deutsche / sächsische Zeitschrift im Nationalsozialismus, Deutsches / Drittes / Großdeutsches Reich, Großdeutschland im 2.Weltkrieg, nationalsozialistische Zeitschrift, nationalsozialistisches / völkisches Gedankengut, deutsche Rüstungsindustrie, Waffen- und Luftfahrttechnik, Kriegsberichterstattung / Frontberichte / Wehrmacht-Berichte / Unterhaltung im Nationalsozialismus, Antisemitismus, sächsische / mitteldeutsche Orts- und Landeskunde, deutsche Volksweihnachten, 2.Weltkrieg, deutsches Julfest, Kriegsweihnacht, Illustrierte, Gauleiter Martin Mutschmann, Mitteldeutschland, Erzgebirge, Lausitz, Oberlausitz, die Bewegung in Sachsen, Deutsche Arbeitsfront DAF, NSV, Werkfrauengruppe, Frauen in der Rüstungsindustrie, Rüstungsarbeiterinnen, deutsche Kriegswirtschaft und Einsatz ausländischer Arbeiter darin, Vogtland, Ritterkreuz- und Eichenlaubträger aus Sachsen, anglo-amerikanischer Bombenterror / Luftvandalismus in Sachsen, alliierter Bombenkrieg gegen deutsche Menschen, Luftkriegsverbrechen der Engländer und Amerikaner gegen die mitteldeutsche Zivilbevölkerung, NS.-Schrifttum

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        L'Adalgisa. Disegni milanesi

      Le Monnier (stampato dall'Arte della Stampa di Salvatore Landi), Collana «Quaderni di Letteratura e d'Arte» (n. 8-9) raccolti da Giuseppe De Robertis, 1944. Tiratura di 1000 esemplari numerati e firmati dall'autore (oltre a cento non numerati per il servizio stampa). Raccolta di dieci racconti. Sebastiani, Catalogo Gadda, VIII

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        Le Malentendu; Caligula

      Paris: Gallimard, 1944. FIRST EDITION, INSCRIBED BY CAMUS on dedication page: "ma visite a Londres a ete un [???] dont je tiens a te remercier. Amicales pensees / Albert Camus". With letter of provenance. Le Malentendu [The Misunderstanding], was written by Camus in 1943 and first performed on August 24, 1944. It "is a highly subjective presentation by Camus of the human condition as he saw it in the desperate circumstances of 1942-43" and was once described by Camus as "the play that resembles me the most" (Freeman; Williams, The Misunderstanding and Caligula).Caligula, written in 1938, but not performed until 1945 was based on the life of the notorious Roman Emperor. Along with The Stranger and The Myth of Sisyphus, it constitutes part of what Camus referred to as his "Cycle of the Absurd".With original promotional slip by Gallimard laid-in. Paris: Gallimard, 1944. Octavo, original wrappers; custom box. Small hole on front free endpaper (possible paper flaw), a few spots of soiling to wrapper. Rare signed. Very Good.

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        MARTINI. Disegni esposti alla prima Mostra della "Piccola Galleria". 8 Aprile - 5 Maggio 1944.

      Venezia, 1944. In folio (cm. 34,4); cartonato originale con impressa la scritta MARTINI in nero; pp. (16) + 30 tavole in bianco e nero di disegni (2) + un foglietto stampato in rosso prima del frontespizio. Con uno scritto manifesto polemico di Arturo Martini indirizzato al gallerista/pittore Roberto Nonveiller direttore dal 1944 della Piccola Galleria, che svolse attività di mostre d'avanguardia. RARISSIMA pubblicazione in 100 copie numerate con firma autografa di Arturo Martini. Axs

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        Four Quartets.

      London: Faber and Faber,, 1944. Octavo. Original tan cloth, spine lettered in gilt. With the dust jacket. Spine rolled and covers bowed, leaves cockled, grey mark to top corner of pp. 38-40. A very good copy in the dust jacket, spine panel slightly faded, slight soiling to rear panel and small brown mark to front panel. First UK collected edition, first impression. Presentation copy, signed by the author on the title page, and accompanied by a typed and signed presentation letter from the author to P. T. R. Gillett. Gillett was a long-time friend of Eliot's, and they had been colleagues during the poet's eight year career as a clerk with Lloyd's Bank from 1917 until 1925. Eliot presented numerous copies of his books to Gillett over the years. The presentational letter for this book is typed on Faber and Faber stationary and reads thus: "Dear Mr. Gillett, I should have written before this, but for a spell of influenza, to apologise personally for the mistake about your copy of the Quartets. I trust that you duly received the second copy that was sent: as for the first, there is no possibility of retrieving it. It was sent by an odd mistake to a man I know slightly, and though no doubt he was surprised at receiving a signed copy of my book, I think he might be rather hurt by being told that it was not intended for him! Yours sincerely, T. S. Eliot". A fine association copy.

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        The One Hundred Fifty-Four Sonnets. Designed and illustrated by Aldren Auld Watson.

      New York: The Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1944 - Octavo (249 x 163 mm). Contemporary red morocco by Maurin, twin raised bands to spine lettered in gilt, floral decoration to spine in gilt, double gilt fillet to covers, turn-ins gilt, board edges gilt, marbled endpapers, green silk page marker, top edge gilt. Gift inscription to binder's blank. Loss to headcap, dark marking to spine and covers, a little rubbing to joints and tips. A very good copy. Title vignette and 11 plates by Watson. First Watson edition, first printing. Aldren Auld Watson (1917-2013) was an American artist and hand bookbinder, whose work includes illustrations for a 1948 edition of Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Books. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        [Photo Album]: R.A.F. India and South Africa World War II

      India, 1944. Near Fine. Oblong quarto measuring 9.5" x 12". String-tied green cloth over paper boards. Contains 130 sepia toned or black and white silver photographs measuring between 2.25" x 3.5" to 5.5" x 8" with captions. Album is very good with age toning and wear on the board edges with near fine photographs.A photo album kept by Sergeant K.J. Turner while serving with the Royal Air Force (R.A.F.) in World War II between 1942 and 1944. Turner split his time with the Air Force between the R.A.F. station in Leeming, North Yorkshire, India, and Durban, South Africa. The photos show Turner with a number of different units including the men of the Number 14 and Number 7 squadrons posed for group photos around various bases including Skegness on the coast of England. Number 7 was also referred to as the "pathfinder force" and was used to scout bomber locations and eventually mark targets for Bomber Command. Turner then found himself with the 429 Transport Squadron, originally formed as a Bomber squadron combining Canadian and English pilots.The base at Durban was used as a training facility by the Royal Air Force during the war and Turner is pictured here with other trainees in a rickshaw, among native South Africans in traditional clothing, and watching Zulu dancing. One page entitled, "studies of African native life," shows a collection of commercially produced photography of the native Africans Turner was seeing including "Piccannins at meal time," "a Maxosa in meditation," and "native hairdressers in South Africa putting on the finishing touch." Turner takes snapshots of Bombay and Karachi with images showing the police directing traffic, the Bay of Bombay, and the Taj Mahal Hotel. Two photos show Karachi before and after a monsoon. They traveled throughout India to various cities including Jodhpur, and Allahabad as well as the Pakistan city of Lahore. These photos show R.A.F. boys with local railway officials, at the museum at Lucknow, and impersonating "Sikhs" which involved wearing a turban and posing as a yogi. Towards the end of the album the men are seen enjoying Christmas and a State dinner at Headquarters with snapshots of jovial officers after a drink or two. The album ends in 1944 and according to online war records Turner was captured and kept as a prisoner of war until the end of the conflict, although it is not clear who he was held by.An extensive collection of an R.A.F. Sergeant in India and Africa in the years leading up to his capture during World War II.

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        Maximes et Anecdotes. Avec une biographie par Ginguené et une introduction par Albert Camus.

      Monaco: Incidences, 1944. Wrappers, spine lightly creased, else fine. Cloth case with leather label. One of 2000 copies on vergé. Inscribed by Camus to the writer Max Delatte, "par procuration (abusive)"; the inscription is slightly smudged.

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        1) Paysages et cités de Provence. Préface de Charles Maurras. Eaux-fortes et dessins de Joanny Drevet.

      Grenoble, Didier & Richard, s.d. [1932], 23-(4) pp. + 20 pl. h.t. + 21 eaux-fortes h.t. (y compris celle de la préface) ; (suivi de). -2) Les étangs au mistral Texte de Charles Maurras. Eaux-fortes et dessins de Joanny Drevet. Grenoble, Didier & Richard, s.d. [1942], 16 ff. n.ch. + 18 pl. h.t. + 18 eaux-fortes h.t. ; (suivi de). -3) Paysages mistraliens. Texte de Charles Maurras. Eaux-fortes et dessins de Joanny Drevet. Grenoble, Didier & Richard, s.d. [1944], 14 ff. n.ch. + 20 pl. h.t. + 20 eaux-fortes h.t. ; demi-maroquin moderne, à coins, tête dorée, couv. conservées. - soit 3 ouvrages en 1 vol. petit in-folio ; 1) Tiré à 575 exemplaires. Un des 450 sur Hollande B.F.K. de Rives, comprenant une suite des eaux-fortes sur papier Hollande B.F.K. Roger Joseph et Jean Forges, I-p. 132.2) Tiré à 700 exemplaires. Un des 570 ex. sur Rives B.F.K.Roger Joseph et Jean Forges, I-p. 76.3) Tiré à 800 exemplaires. Un des 725 ex. sur vélin B.F.K. de Rives.Roger Joseph et Jean Forges, I-p. 134.Très rare réunion des trois ouvrages de Maurras concernant la Provence, illustrés par Drevet.

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        The Greatest Gift: A Christmas Tale

      Philadelphia: David McKay Company, 1944. First edition of this classic Christmas story, the basis for Frank Capra's beloved movie, "It's a Wonderful Life." Small Octavo, original cloth. In near fine condition, contemporary inscription to the front free endpaper. Inspired by a dream, remarkably similar to Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol published in 1843, Stern finished the 4,100-word short story in 1943 after working on it since November 1939. Unable to find a publisher, he sent the 200 copies he had printed as a 21-page booklet to friends as Christmas presents in December 1943. Stern privately published the short story in 1945, and it was copyrighted in 1945. The story came to the attention of RKO Pictures producer David Hempstead, who showed it to actor Cary Grant, who became interested in playing the lead role. RKO purchased the motion-picture rights for $10,000 in April 1944. After several screenwriters worked on adaptations, RKO sold the rights to the story in 1945 to Frank Capra's production company for the same $10,000, which he adapted into It's a Wonderful Life. The film starring James Steward and Donna Reid was nominated for five Oscars and has been recognized by the American Film Institute as one of the 100 best American films ever made.

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        Shelley at Oxford. The Early Correspondence of P.B. Shelley with his friend T.J. Hogg together with Letters of Mary Shelley and T.L. Peacock, and a hitherto unpublished prose fragment by Shelley

      Golden Cockerel 1944 - One of 50 copies with the facsimile letters; signed by the editor Walter Sidney Scott. With portraits; and an added gathering of 7 facsimile letters and view of the shop of Monday and Slatter. 1 vols. 4to. Handsome volume recording the correspondence of a key period in Shelley's life. Full tan niger morocco, t.e.g., by Leighton-Straker With portraits; and an added gathering of 7 facsimile letters and view of the shop of Monday and Slatter. 1 vols. 4to One of 50 copies with the facsimile letters; signed by the editor Walter Sidney Scott. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        NOT QUITE DEAD ENOUGH.

      Farrar & Rinehart, Inc., [1944]., New York - First edition. Light off-setting to front and rear endpapers, else fine in dust jacket with light restoration to the spine ends. Two Nero Wolfe, and Archie Goodwin mystery novels with World War II themes. Barzun & Taylor say, "Neither is to be missed by anyone with an interest in the Wolfe-Goodwin saga." "Not Quite Dead Enough," finds Archie the prime suspect for the murder of a young woman he'd dated while on furlough from the Army. In "Booby Trap," Captain Albert Cross is found murdered just before he is scheduled to report to the group of intelligence personnel Wolfe works with. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Military][World War II] Kriegsgefangener (Prisoner of War) #13017.

      Germany. 1944-1945*. Germany: 1944-1945 [though probably printed in the 1980s]. 11” x 8½”. Typescript leaves, three hole punched and held by prongs in upper and lower holes. Pp. [title leaf] [introduction leaf] 1-22; 1-63 (approximately 60,000 words). Very good: title leaf heavily worn and foxed with chipping at extremities, the rest with minor wear and light toning. Dr. Chester W. Morse, from Decatur, Georgia, was a graduate of Harvard Medical School who served in the medical corps attached to the 35th infantry. He was captured by the Germans on August 8, 1944 and was imprisoned at various camps in Darren, Bonn and Koln until April 13, 1945 when he was freed by the 13th Armored Division. His densely packed journal is filled with numerous accounts of kindness and atrocity, hope, despair, humor, terror, agony and more. The journal begins with his first experience of war at the Battle of St. Lo in July 1944, where he treated 326 wounded men the first two days: “men came in walking with part of their faces gone. One walked in with holes through the back of his hands so large that you could stick three fingers right through. His fingers dangled from the ends. ” He wrote that by the time he left St. Lo, over 50 percent of his battalion was wounded or dead. On August 8, 1944, he was captured along with three other officers and 50 other men. During this phase of his captivity, he moved a lot, and wrote about treating German soldiers as well as dodging the shells of the Allies who were getting ever closer. At one point, his group was so hungry they were on the brink of cannibalism. Interspersed throughout are his thoughts on war and peace, his memories of family back home, and through it all an invaluable record of the daily life wherever he was: from the creation of barter economies to the contempt the various nationalities had for one another, the scarcity of supplies, the thoughts and treatment of the local populace and a lot more. While OCLC records no copies, we located one at the George C. Marshall foundation. This item is offered by Langdon Manor Books, LLC, antiquarian booksellers. Please do not hesitate to contact us for additional information and/or photos and we will respond promptly. We package our items carefully, ship daily, and have a no hassle returns policy--your satisfaction is guaranteed. We are members of the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America (ABAA) , the International League of Antiquarian Booksllers (ILAB) and the Independent Online Booksellers Association (IOBA) and adhere to their rules of ethics. .

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        Pandora

      New York: Harper & Brothers, 1944. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Inscribed By the Author. Inscribed by the author on the front endpaper: "For Shannon - Best Whishes - Clare Turlay Newberry.".

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        Le bain avec Andromède

      Editions de flore 1944 - - Editions de flore, Paris 1944, 25,5x32,5cm, en feuilles sous chemise et étui. - Edition originale, un des 375 exemplaires numérotés sur vélin à la forme de Rives, seul tirage après 12 Annam. Ouvrage illustré de 10 lithographies au pochoir de Félix Labisse. Dos de la chemise et étui insolés, malhabiles restaurations à l'aide de pièces adhésives aux angles de l'étui, une mouillure à l'intérieur de la chemise et une autre sur l'étui. Agréable exemplaire. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition, one of 375 numbered copies on vellum in the shape of Rives, only draw after 12 Annam. Illustrated book of 10 lithographs stencil Felix Labisse. Back of the shirt and case insolated, clumsy restorations using adhesive pieces at the corners of the case, a wet inside the shirt and another on the case. Nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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