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        By Order of the Alien Property Custodian, the Yamanaka Library on Far Eastern Art, Books on Chinese and Japanese Arts and Crafts, Sale 576

      Parke-Bernet Galleries, 1944, Paperback, Book Condition: Very Good, First American EditionSize: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall, A catalog of items from the reference library of Yamanaka & Company of London and New York, sold June 6 - 7, 1944. Sale No. 576. Printed and bound in USA. Approximately 9.75 x 7 inches. Plain beige wrappers, with black and red lettering to the front wrapper. 105 numbered pages detailing 1037 lots. No illustrations. Exceptionally clean wrappers if somewhat age-toned. Wrappers protected by a new, Mylar heavy-duty over-wrapper. A very clean and attractive copy. A Very Good copy. Very scarce in any condition. The sale included scholarly and important books on Chinese and Japanese art. Please note that the catalog includes prices realized, noted in red ink in the margin at each lot entry, and totaling $35,786.50.

      [Bookseller: The Book Carrel]
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        Le premier roman de Joyce. Manuscrit autographe et tapuscrit complets

      Autograph manuscript of the author of 2 and a half pages in-8 published in the issue dated 18 May 1944 of the Journal of Debates. Complete manuscript writing very dense, with many erasures, corrections and additions. Important literary review published on the occasion of the publication of the new edition of the French translation of "Dedalus", the first novel by James Joyce. Full typescript is attached. Between April 1941 and August 1944, Maurice Blanchot published in the "Chronicle of the intellectual life" of the Journal of Debates 173 articles on recently published books. In a half-page newspaper (about seven pages in-8), the young author of "Thomas the Obscure" his first steps in the field of literary criticism and inaugurates a theoretical work that develop later Many in these essays, "The Share of fire" to "The Infinite Conversation" and "The Writing disaster." From the very first articles, Blanchot demonstrates a sharp analysis far beyond the current literature that motivates writing. Oscillating between classical and modern writers of the first order and minor novelists, he puts in his columns, the foundations of critical thinking which will mark the second half of the twentieth. Transformed by writing and by war, Blanchot breaks, over a thought exerted "on behalf of the other," with violent maurassiennes certainties of his youth. Not without paradox, then it transforms literary criticism philosophical act of intellectual resistance to barbarism at the heart of an "openly marechalist" newspaper: "Burning a book, write, are the two acts between culture which registered its oscillations opposites "(The Book, In Journal of Debates, January 20, 1943). In 2007, Cahiers de la NRF together under the direction of Christophe Bident all literary chronic unpublished volumes with critical analysis of the relevant work of Blanchot "novels, poems, essays give rise to a singular reflection, always safer his own rhetoric, delivered more to echo the impossible or the lure of extinction. (...) Not without contradictions or step aside, and the certainty of a feverish work begins (... ) these articles reveal the genealogy of a critic who has transformed during the chronicle necessity of thought. " (C. Bident). The autograph manuscripts of Maurice Blanchot are of great rarity. S.n. (Journal des débats) s.l. (Paris) s.d. (1944) 13,5x21,5cm & 2 pages in-4 2 1/2 pages in-8

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      Verona , OFFICINA BODONI, 1944 - Im urtext mit deutscher ubersetzung. Prima edizione di tutti i 150 sonetti con a fronte la relativa versione in prosa di Rudolf Freiherr von Simolin, Hans Rheinfelder e Otto Freiherr von Taube. Biografia di Agiolieri e note di R. Freiherr von Simolin. 4to. pp. 358. . Ottimo (Fine). . Edizione di 165 esemplari numerati. [Mardersteig, 1980]. Rilegato mezza tela, custodia (half-cloth binding, slip-case) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marini ALAI - ILAB]
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        VVV. Number 4. 1944

      New York, NY: VVV, 1944. 86 pages of text followed by [x] pages containing an index and advertisement. Red paperback binding; front cover illustrated by Matta; minor shelfwear to extremities, and hand-lettered on the spine "VVV Surrealist issue #4." Protected in custom stiff archival mylar. A magazine about poetry, plastic arts, anthropology, sociology, psychology. The editorial advisers include Andre Breton, Marcel Duchamp and Max Ernst. The text is clean and unmarked. First edition.. First Edition. Paperback. Very good+ condition. Quarto (4to).

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        Svatojirsky cyklus. 6 numbered & signed Photographs by J. Funke

      Prague: Aventinum 1942-1944 - Original Portfolio (half-buckram), 2°, Limited numbered edition. This copy has got N° 72 Excellent condition, very rare. * Our books are stored in a warehouse, not in the shop. If you want to visit us and see a specific book, please notify us in advance. Unsere Bücher werden nicht in unserem Geschäft, sondern in einem Lager am Stadtrand Prags verwahrt. Bitte teilen Sie uns vorher mit, wenn Sie uns besuchen und ein bestimmtes Buch ansehen wollen. * Book Language/s: cs [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Valentinska]
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        Printed letter signed in full to "Mr. Emil Hills"

      - We have been unable to locate any biographical information on Emil Hills.The first performance of Schoenberg's piano concerto, op. 42, took place in New York on February 6, 1944. 1 page. Large octavo, 266 x 184 mm. Dated Los Angeles, October 3, 1944. On pre-printed stationery with watermark: "Neenah Glacier Bond Rag Content." In English.Printed letter specific to Schoenberg's 70th birthday (September 13, 1944):"For more than a week I tried composing a letter of thanks to those who congratulated me on the occasion of my seventieth birthday. At this age, if one is still capable of giving once in a while a sign of life, everybody might consider this already as a satisfactory accomplishment. I acknowledged this when my piano concerto was premiered and to my astonishment so many were astonished that I still have something to tell."Signed by Schoenberg, with name of recipient ("Mr. Emil HIlls") and salutation in Schoenberg's autograph.Creased at folds and slightly overall. Together with:A postcard photograph of Schoenberg published by Breitkopf & Härtel reproducing an early portrait. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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      n.p., May 1944. 8" x 10.5". "Rare Autograph Letter Signed ?Eleanor Roosevelt? as First Lady, 1p, 8? x 10.5? (visible). [May 1944, no place] To Mr. [Walter Francis] White. Double matted with a photograph of Mrs. Roosevelt and attractively framed to 20? x 17?. In apparent fine condition. In full ?I want to add my words of appreciation & gratitude to this twenty-fifth anniversary of your service in the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. What you do for your own people is indirectly done for us all, since, when conditions are bad for the colored they are usually bad for the white as well. You have been patient & courageous & inspired others to unselfish service & I send you my best wishes for many more years of profitable work.? The May 26, 1944, edition of The New York Times headlined ?600 Pay tribute / to Walter White / Willkie and Mrs. Roosevelt Join / in Honoring Him for 25 Years? / Service to Negroes.? In part, ?Wendell Willkie and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt joined last night with 600 citizens and civic leaders of all parties and faiths in paying tribute to Walter White at a dinner in the Hotel Roosevelt in celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of his service as secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People ... Mr. Willkie gave $5,000 from the Wendell Willkie Trust Fund, established with the proceeds of his book ?One World.? It was his first public appearance since his withdrawal from the contest for the Republican Presidential nomination [he had been his party?s nominee against FDR in 1940]. Mrs. Roosevelt, who brought the President?s greetings to Mr. White, added her praise of the Negro leader, by saying that he always had known how to grasp victory from defeat...? Photocopy of the article is included. Undoubtedly, Mrs. Roosevelt personally presented the letter here offered to White expounding on her praise since she was, ostensibly, speaking at the dinner representing her husband, the President. ?After Walter Francis White (1893-1955) graduated from Atlanta University in 1916, the son of Madeline and George White left his job selling insurance and joined the Atlanta branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the influential civil rights organization he would eventually lead through four decades of the twentieth century. Able to ?pass? as white because he was light-skinned with blue-eyes, and armed with boundless wits and energy, White became the NAACP's foremost undercover investigator of Southern lynchings, and he personally traveled thousands of miles every year between 1918 and 1927, and reported first-hand on forty-one lynchings, eight race riots and at least two major cases of peonage. ""?I Investigate Lynchings,? a 1929 piece by White in H.L. Mencken's ?The American Mercury,? is an overview of this decade of his investigations, reports that had appeared in the NAACP's monthly ?The Crisis,? or were serialized in major African American newspapers like the ?Chicago Defender? and ?Pittsburgh Courier,? and which had reached national audiences through periodicals such as the ?New Republic,? ?American Mercury?,? Nation? and ?Saturday Evening Post?... ?In 1931 White succeeded James Weldon Johnson as the national secretary of the NAACP, and he would later chronicle much of that important organization's mid-century struggles for civil rights in his autobiography and in the posthumously published ?How Far the Promised Land?? (1955). In July 1943, White and NAACP Special Counsel Thurgood Marshall co-authored ?What Caused the Detroit Riot?,? an analysis of the June 1943 race riot that left thirty-four people dead, twenty-five of them black. In 1944 and 1945 During World War II, White visited the European, North African and Pacific theaters of war, sending back to the ?New York Post? and other periodicals accounts of what he saw, including his analyses of the experiences of black servicemen on American military bases, much of which he later described in ?A Rising Wind: A Report on the Negro Soldier in the European Theatre of War? (1945)...? [Georgia Writers Hall of Fame]"

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        [Ford Motor Dealers "Hail and Farewell" Dinner Album]

      (Chicago), (1944). Good +. Oblong red gilt leather string-tied 4to. photo album, 7.25" x 11.25" approx. With 47 5" x 7" B&W photographs mounted recto and verso to 25 leaves, plus several pieces of related scrap. Album good only with extremities heavily worn and leather separating from top board. But contents entirely sound and easily very good or better. Commemorative photo album specially assembled for retiring executive Arthur Hatch (with his name gilt to front cover). The album chronicles the December 14, 1944 retirement party held for Hatch (who was the area manager of the Ford auto dealers Chicago branch) at the Morrison Hotel, Chicago. The event also welcomed W.K Edmunds as his replacement, with the dinner menu and program brochure mounted to the interior. Several photographs showing attendee Henry Ford II. Other images include various attendees posing with Ford engines, a complete dealer parts counter recreated in-situ (top right), plus hardware displays, and the evening's entertainments, which included acrobats and an erotic dancer (top left). A particularly striking pair of photos, in a brash display of period corporate male chauvinism, show an unnamed man holding a shotgun opposite the aforementioned topless female dancer. Also present are images of toasts and other apparent burlesques, posed group shots, images of diners and attendees, etc. A frank auto industry memento.

      [Bookseller: Brian Cassidy, Bookseller]
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        The Little Prince Written and Drawn by A de Saint-Exupery Translated from the French by Katherine Woods

      London: William Heinemann Ltd., 1944., 1944. First UK Edition. Large 8vo. Publisher's pale orange cloth with red and blue pictorial upper board, titles in red and blue to spine. Quite a lovely copy of this classic story.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        Typed letter signed.

      Pacific Palisades, California, 14. VII. 1944.. 4to. 1 p.. In English, to Mildred Gustafson, on his imprinted stationery: "Your gracious manner of welcoming me as a fellow-citizen moved me deeply. My citizenship is very dear to me, and I think that my kind of Germanism fits very well into the cosmopolitan and democratic universe that is America".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Alain Campbell White Letters to Frederick Gamage

      Self Written, Summerville, Littchfield and New York 1944 - Alain Campbell White letters to Frederick Gamage cover the years from April 4, 1935 to September 15, 1944. For this ten year period there are 364 dated letters and 28 incomplete letters (lacking front date page). The letters are an ongoing correspondence between White and Gamage which covers all aspects of problem chess. The letters show a development of mentor (White), encouraging ad occasionally prodding his protégé (Gamage) in developing skills in problem construction. As the letters progress over this ten year period, the reader can observe the relationship develop between the two men, from a formal intercourse to a more comradely banter. White offered suggestions, comments and themes for problems. White¿s vast and profound technical knowledge, his artistic appreciation, his ability in expressing himself, and his enthusiastic and friendly encouragement were the great inspiration of many problems Gamage constructed, and he was lucky enough to be among his host of correspondents. Some of the letters were multiple pages hand typed, but often hand written, some unsigned or just initialed, usually with the location White was residing and the date written. Included with the letters are the limited edition work by Alain White on Gamage Frederick Gamage: An Artist in Chess Problems and Mike Prcic¿s book Frederick Gamage. The letters in the latter work have been reproduced from the original letters offered now. Newman Guttman was one of a few problemists to visit Frederick Gamage. After the passing of Gamage, the letters from Alain White along with Gamage¿s other chess papers were given to Guttman. He, in turn, gave these papers to Edgar Holladay. Holladay came into the possession of what problemists would consider as ¿treasures,¿ one-of-a-kind items from famous and well-known problemists. Robert Moore and Holladay were good friends and these were passed to him by Holladay¿s wife, Rita. Serious buyers may inquire about more information regarding this collection. Condition: The letters have folds for postage, some occasional stains, and occasional edge wear else a very good collection. They are housed in individual archival holders held in a multiple three ring binders. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Towards Zero

      London: Published by The Crime Club by Collins, 1944., 1944. FIRST EDITION. Octavo, pp160. A clean bright copy in sharp jacket, a little rubbed to head of spine, with a couple of tiny tape mends to verso. Fine. 'Towards Zero' marks the fifth and final appearance of Hercule Poirot's trusty ally Superintendant Battle, who must work hard to solve the murder of Lady Tresillian. Wagstaff & Poole p196. Cooper & Pike; Detective Fiction.

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        La Vie Pittoresque et Sentimentale De L'Armee Francaise Les Africains

      Paris, Guilhot, 1944 / 1945.. Ex. N° 12 Ex. N° 12 von insgesamt 1021 Ex. : "12 Exemplaires, numerotes 4 a 15, sur Velin D'Arches Pur Fil, Avec Plusieurs Aquarelles Originales inedites et du Livre"; 3 der Original-Aquarelle identisch (größeres Format) mit Abbildungen auf S. 32, 33 und 36; Cavalier des Escadrons (Dzuzes ??) ist nicht in den Abbildungen vorhanden, die Bleistiftskizze Vorentwurf zu Abbildung auf S. 33. Vom Autor auf leerem Blatt signiert, Unter Impressum gedruckter Vermerk : Exemplar für Monsieur le Docteur Emile Pauchard 75 S., 4 nn.S., 2 nn.Bl., 76 farbige Textillustrationen, 20 farbige Tafeln, 4 Original-Aquarelle (eines signiert), eine Original-Bleistiftzeichnung (signiert); Beiliegend Rechnung aus dem Jahr 1986 über den Betrag von 350 Schweizer Franken. Originalmappe im Schuber, Blätter lose inliegend, ca. 26,8 x 33 cm.. Schuber berieben und bestossen, stellenweise beschabt. Mappe ebenfalls stellenweise beschabt, Rückdeckel etwas gewölbt und fleckig. Mappe innen etwas fleckig. Etwa 10 Blatt mit altem Feuchtigkeitsfleck im weißen Rand, die Aquarelle und die Bleistiftzeichnung mit einzelnen Fleckchen. Insgesamt noch gutes Exemplar.

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        Actuelles. Chroniques 1944-1948

      First edition, one of 23 numbered copies on Holland paper, head drawing. Very nice copy as published. Gallimard Paris 1950 12x19cm broché sous chemise et étui

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        The Yearling (Original screenplay for the 1946 film)

      Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer [MGM], Beverly Hills, CA 1944 - Temporary Complete script for the 1944 film. Based on the 1938 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, about a young boy and his plight to adolescence and his relationship with a rescued fawn. Gregory Peck and Jane Wyman were both nominated for Oscars for their starring roles, and Claud Jarman, Jr. (in his first acting role) made a lasting impression as a confident young man coming to terms with responsibility. Stamped on the front wrapper is the "SAVE FILM! / HELP WIN THE WAR!" statement often seen on wartime scripts.Blue studio wrappers, noted as TEMPORARY COMPLETE on the front wrapper, rubber-stamped copy No. 26, dated 12-7-44, with credits for producer Sidney Franklin. Title page not present. 174 leaves, mimeograph, with white revision pages throughout, dated variously between 12-8-44 and 3-15-45. Pages Good plus, wrapper Good plus bound with two gold brads. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      Cleveland & New York: World, 1944. First Edition. First Printing. Octavo; navy blue cloth, with titles stamped in light blue on spine and front panel; 203pp. Inscribed by Chandler on the half-title page: "For Dick Snyder / with best wishes / Raymond Chandler / La Jolla / Feb 20 - 1948." Binding slightly shaken, but without cracks to hinges; cloth is rubbed and worn, slightly faded at spine, with scattered spotting to panels and three small nicks; text edges are tanned, as is common with books from this publisher, with a few short tears along upper edge of preliminary pages; scattered foxing to pastedowns and text edges; withal, still a sound Good to Very Good copy. Dustjacket is supplied; price-clipped, lightly rubbed, with a handful of tiny edge chips and a few short tears; bright, Very Good+ example. The first omnibus edition of any of Chandler's books, collecting his first two novels - 'The Big Sleep' and 'Farewell, My Lovely' - and pre-dating the Black Widow Thriller edition of either title by one year. We find no inscribed copies of this title in the auction record, and given the rarity of Chandler's inscription in either of his first two novels, a rare opportunity to own an inscribed volume containing both. Bruccoli A1.5.a.

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        LAND OF UNLIKENESS Inscribed to Randall Jarrell

      Cummington Press, (Cummington, MA) 1944 - Publisher's blue boards stamped in orange, title page printed in red and black with woodcut in blue by Gustav Wolf. Housed in a half blue morocco leather slipcase. Introduction by Allen Tate. Lowell's scarce first book, limited to a total of 250 copies printed. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front free endpaper to poet Randall Jarrell: "For Randall/with affection and admiration/and no apologies for dogma,/Cal." Lowell was nicknamed Caligula at preparatory school, and the diminutive "Cal" stuck with him throughout his life. Lowell and Jarrell met at Kenyon College, where they were roommates, and became lifelong friends, each providing valuable criticism of the other's work. In 1965, Lowell eulogized the friend who had been one of two beneficiaries of his will: "Randall Jarrell was the only man I have ever met who could make other writers feel that t heir work was more important to him than his own." Along with the copies Lowell presented to John Crowe Ransom--at the University of Texas--and Allen Tate--in a private collection--this is one of the three most compelling association copies imaginable. Allen Tate, in his introduction to this collection, tempers his praise with a fair assessment of Lowell's current stature and potential, heralding a lasting presence in American poetry: "The history of poetry shows that good verse does not inevitably make its way; but unless, after the war, the small public for poetry shall exclude all except the democratic poets who enthusiastically greet the advent of the slave-society, Robert Lowell will have to be reckoned with." Two years later, Lowell would win the Pulitzer Prize for LORD WEARY'S CASTLE, at the age of 30. Small ink date of 1944 at the bottom right corner of the title page, likely in Jarrell's hand. Mild sunning to the spine which has a small, neat repair at the head; lacking the plain tissue dustwrapper. Near Fine in a Fine box [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, est. 1987, ABAA, ILAB]
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        Fair Stood the Wind for France

      Joseph, 1944, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Poor, 1st EditionThe jacket is marked and chipped. One ownership inscription and a small sticker. Mild tanning. A few page edges are a little uneven. Soundly bound. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: ll73.

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        Nine colorful and rare limited printing World War II booklets owned by Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keyes who served as Deputy Commanding General to General George S. Patton, Jr., from North Africa to Italy before becoming Commanding General of the II Corps and the 7th and 3rd Armies

      Europe, 1944 - 1947. various. "Brigadier General Geoffrey Keyes was promoted to Major General on June 22, 1942, and Lieutenant General on April 17, 1945, the same day that Lieutenant General George S. Patton, Jr. was promoted to four-star General. During World War II, Keyes was Chief of Staff, 2nd Armored Division (1940-1942), Commanding General 9th Armored Division (1942), Deputy Commanding General Western Task Force [North Africa] under Gen. George S. Patton, Jr. (1942-1943), Deputy Commanding General I Armored Corps [North Africa] under Gen. Patton (1943), Deputy Commanding General 7th Army [Sicily] under Gen. Patton (1943), Commanding General Provisional Corps [Sicily] appointed by Gen. Patton (1943), Commanding General II Corps [Italy] (1943-1946). He accepted the surrender of Palermo, Sicily, on July 22, 1943. Keyes then served as Commanding General 7th Army [Germany] (1945-1946), Commanding General 3rd Army [Germany] (1946-1947) and Deputy Commanding General U.S. Forces in Austria under Gen. Mark Clark (1947) ??? he had served under Gen. Clark at Anzio beach, Monte Cassino, and before Rome. Keyes was Commanding General U.S. Forces in Austria and U.S. High Commissioner in Austria from 1947 to 1950, retiring from the Army in 1950.Comprises:Menu, ???Seventh US. Army Inactivation Day Dinner, Schloss Hotel, Heidelberg, 30 March 1946,??? 4p, 4.75??? x 8.24???. With Keyes??? place card emblazoned with the Seventh Army patch.Booklets and pamphlets owned by Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keyes in Good to Fine Condition with Keyes??? 4??? x 6.25??? blue II Corps bookplate.(1) ???91st Division, August 1917 ??? January 1945,??? 92p, 4.75??? x 6.5???. Softcover. Illustrated with photographs and maps. Published in April 1945 ???passed by the Field Press censor and may be mailed home.???(2) ???Western Task Force 1942-46,??? 48p, 8??? x 11???. Softcover. Illustrated with photographs and maps. Published in Heidelberg, Germany, March 31,1946. Almost full page photographs of Generals Patton, Keyes, Patch, and Haislip, (3) ???Holiday Program of the 3rd Infantry Division??? (???Programme des fêtes de la 3e D.I.A.???), 4p, 9.75??? x 12.5???. Mimeographed in color. Pompeii, April 22, 1944.(4) ???Ordnance in the European Theatre: A Discussion of the Year Following VE Day,â? 20p, 8â? x 10.5â?. Softcover, July 1946.(5) â??351st Infantry Regiment, World War II, July 1942 July 1946,â? 84p, 6.5â? x 8.5â?. Softcover. Illustrated with photographs and maps.(6) â??A Brief History II Corps,â? 72p, 7â? x 8.75â?. Illustrated. Printed opposite title page â??Complimentary copy / to / Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keyes / II Corps Commander / From 19 September 1943 to 29 August 1945.â? Softcover with foldout maps: â??North African Invasion Algeria,â? â??Tunisian Campaign Southern Tunisia,â? â??Tunisian Campaign Northern Tunisia,â? â??Sicilian Campaign,â? â??Italian Campaign Southern Italy and Rome,â? â??Italian Campaign Northern Italy,â? and â??Command Posts in Italy.â?(7) â??Mission Accomplished: Third United States Army / Occupation of Germany / 9 May 1945 â?? 15 Feb 1947,â? imprinted on title page â??For Personal Use Only,â? 80p, 8â? x 10.25â?. Softcover. Illustrated. Minor flaws. Full page photograph of Patton captioned â??General Georges [sic] S. Patton, Jr. / Commanding Genera, Third U.S. Army / January 1944 to October 1945.â?(8) â??Third U.S. Army At Work: A Booklet Describing The Functions and Activities of Third Army in Accomplishing its Occupational Mission,â? 58p, 6â? x 8.25â?. Softcover. Illustrated with charts. Published at Headquarters, Third U.S. Army, 15 September 1946. Frontispiece photograph and introduction by Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keyes.(9) â??Gun Construction,â? 16p, 6â?? x 9â?. Department of Ordnance, United States Military Academy, September 1, 1944. Illustrated with diagrams. Penciled notes probably by Keyes.From the Estate of Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keyes"

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        Poster: "WANTED! FOR MURDER - Her careless talk costs lives"

      [Washington DC]: U.S. Government Printing Office / Office of War Information, 1944. One of Keppler's iconic home front posters from the Second World War, encouraging soldiers' wives to maintain confidentiality. Keppler (1904-1987) was a prominent commercial photographer through the 1970s and founder, in 1961, of the Famous Photographer's School in Westport, Connecticut. Large poster, 99cm x 73cm (ca. 40" x 29"). Archivally backed on linen. Old folds; small, brief repairs to splits at margins; still a bright, Near Fine example; grade A-/B+.

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      New York: Story Magazine, Inc., 1944. Quarto; printed wrappers; 104pp. Light wear to extremities, with sunning to spine and lower edge of front wrapper; Very Good+. The March/April 1944 issue of Story Magazine contains Bukowski's first appearance in print at 24 years old ?- Aftermath of a Lengthy Rejection Slip. To put things into context, it precedes his first broadside (20 Tanks From Kasseldown, 1946) by two years, his first chapbook (Flower, Fist, and Bestial Wail, 1960) by 16 years, and his first book (It Catches My Heart In Its Hands, 1963) by 19 years. In a 1994 interview, Bukowski said "I can remember my first major publication, a short story in Whit Burnett's and Martha Foley's Story magazine, 1944. I had been sending them a couple of short stories a week for maybe a year and a half. The story they finally accepted was mild in comparison to the others. I mean in terms of content and style and gamble and exploration and all that. Got another story accepted about that time in Carese Crosby's portfolio and after that, I packed it in. I threw away all the stories and concentrated upon drinking. I didn't feel that the publishers were ready and that although I was ready, I could be readier and I was also disgusted with what I read as accepted front-line literature. So I drank and became one of the best drinkers anywhere, which takes some talent also." This was the personal copy of Marvin Malone, the long-time editor of The Wormwood Review, and comes with a note from his daughter stating it as such. In 1960 Malone solicited Bukowski's address from Carl Larsen, who published Bukowski's first chapbook. Malone took the liberty of sending him several issues of Wormwood, and received some poems from Bukowski for consideration. In issue 7 (October 20, 1962), Bukowski made his debut in the literary magazine with "Thank God for Alleys." Malone clearly valued Bukowski's continuing contributions to Wormwood. In fact, Bukowski was the most frequent contributor to Wormwood overall, appearing in 97 issues. When Malone died in 1996, he still had a substantial backlog of unpublished Bukowski poems that were to appear in future issues of the review (all subsequently returned to Bukowski's widow). The following quote taken from a letter written by Bukowski to Malone over their long association, and shows Bukowski's reciprocal respect for the Wormwood publisher: "I have never had any magazine treat me like dear old Wormie...I'm lucky. And I'm lucky that Wormie has been around. I sometimes think of you. Then I think, it's lucky we have never met. It's lucky we have a professional distance. It's lucky you do what you do and I do what I do and we do it without politics and personal relationships. It's lucky, Malone, lucky, we have been a splendid pair. I salute your guts and your way" (1978). The earliest appearance of the "Dirty Old Man" of American poetry, an attractive copy with terrific provenance. Dorbin D1.

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        LAND OF UNLIKENESS Inscribed to Randall Jarrell

      (Cummington, MA): Cummington Press, 1944. First Edition. Hardcover. Small ink date of 1944 at the bottom right corner of the title page, likely in Jarrell's hand. Mild sunning to the spine which has a small, neat repair at the head; lacking the plain tissue dustwrapper. Near Fine in a Fine box. Publisher's blue boards stamped in orange, title page printed in red and black with woodcut in blue by Gustav Wolf. Housed in a half blue morocco leather slipcase. Introduction by Allen Tate. Lowell's scarce first book, limited to a total of 250 copies printed. INSCRIBED and SIGNED by the author on the front free endpaper to poet Randall Jarrell: "For Randall/with affection and admiration/and no apologies for dogma,/Cal." Lowell was nicknamed Caligula at preparatory school, and the diminutive "Cal" stuck with him throughout his life. Lowell and Jarrell met at Kenyon College, where they were roommates, and became lifelong friends, each providing valuable criticism of the other's work. In 1965, Lowell eulogized the friend who had been one of two beneficiaries of his will: "Randall Jarrell was the only man I have ever met who could make other writers feel that t heir work was more important to him than his own." Along with the copies Lowell presented to John Crowe Ransom--at the University of Texas--and Allen Tate--in a private collection--this is one of the three most compelling association copies imaginable. Allen Tate, in his introduction to this collection, tempers his praise with a fair assessment of Lowell's current stature and potential, heralding a lasting presence in American poetry: "The history of poetry shows that good verse does not inevitably make its way; but unless, after the war, the small public for poetry shall exclude all except the democratic poets who enthusiastically greet the advent of the slave-society, Robert Lowell will have to be reckoned with." Two years later, Lowell would win the Pulitzer Prize for LORD WEARY'S CASTLE, at the age of 30.

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        In its original handmade case, a remarkable assemblage of the maps owned by Major General Geoffrey Keyes, Patton?s Deputy Commander, used during the successful Italian campaign as commander of the Second (II) Corps contemporaneous to the D-Day Invasion - with his ribbon bar Distinguished Service Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters ? from the Estate of Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keyes

      n.p., 1944 - 1945. various. "In its original handmade case, a remarkable assemblage of the maps owned by Major General Geoffrey Keyes, Patton?s Deputy Commander, used during the successful Italian campaign as commander of the Second (II) Corps contemporaneous to the D-Day Invasion - with his uniform ribbon bar representing his Distinguished Service Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters ?" from the Estate of Lieutenant General Geoffrey KeyesMajor General Geoffrey Keyes was assigned the command of the II Corps after Anzio in January 1944. He was Deputy Commander to Gen. George S. Patton, Jr. and commanded his newly created Provisional U.S. Army Corps in Sicily. Keyes succeeded Lt. Gen. Omar Bradley as commander of the II Corps ?" Bradley had succeeded Patton in April 1943. Keyes was promoted to Lieutenant General in April 1945.On June 5, 1944, President Franklin D. Roosevelt began his address to the nation thusly, ?My Friends: Yesterday, on June fourth, 1944, Rome fell to American and Allied troops. The first of the Axis capitals is now in our hands. One up and two to go!...? Handmade Map Case consisting of two 14? x 18? pine boards painted dark olive military green with pasted black oilcloth spine and three attached cotton strings (one missing). A large insignia of the Second Corps, the Roman numeral ?II? (two), is painted in blue and white on the front cover board.Fourteen official U.S. Army maps of various sizes, from 13.5? x 16? to 13.5? x 35?, are in the case, mostly folded. The majority are combination geographical / topographical maps. In some cases, portions of maps were pasted on larger maps. Trimming and reassembly by Keyes to fit his needs has resulted in the partial loss of mapmaker information. Some maps are linen-backed for long-term heavy use. Many of the maps were set into large, heavy clear acetate sleeves with old plastic tape remnants at the margins. Some maps are stamped ?CONFIDENTIAL? in red. Map areas include Rome, Milan, Verona, Pisa, Bologna, Florence, Venice, Arezzo, Viterbo, Orvieto, Grosseto La Spezia, Campiglia, Elba, Massa, Castiglione, etc. Also present is Keyes' clear plastic 12? x 8.5? ?Map Template? divided into 16 one hundred plot mark areas, set to a scale of 1/20,000 yards. Two post-war Army maps are present: one showing the Command Posts of the 1101 Engineer Combat Group in France and Germany, July 15, 1944 to May 9, 1945 (29? x 20.5?) and the other (28.5? x 11.25?) chronicles the campaigns of the ?Third US Army? from August 1944 to May 1945. Minor flaws as would be expected.In 1943, Major General Keyes was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal. His citation (not present), in part, ?The President of the United States of America, authorized by Act of Congress July 9, 1918, takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Major General Geoffrey Keyes, United States Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished services to the Government of the United States, in a duty of great responsibility. As Commanding General of the Provisional Corps, SEVENTH Army, organized 17 July 1943, in Sicily, consisting of a small improvised staff ... General Keyes maneuvered and fought this organization from Agrigento to Palermo over distances varying form 90 to 125 miles, and in one continuous and unrelenting offensive of five days' duration successfully terminated the operation by capturing the key city of Palermo. In the conduct of this operation, General Keyes demonstrated tactical judgment, courage and drive of a most superior type, and by his continued personal contact with the front line unit commanders, contributed immeasurably to the remarkable success of his own Corps and of the SEVENTH Army as a whole...?From Lieutenant General Geoffrey Keyes? uniform ribbon bar worn by him representing his Army Distinguished Service Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters and a small bar to be worn in the button hole on the lapel.Also, the original partly printed certificate which accompanied the silver medal awarded Major General Keyes, 1p, 9.25? x 12?. The lower three inches of the certificate are heavily soiled and tattered. Dal Campidoglio, June 5, 1944 [the day Rome was liberated]. In Italian, accompanied by an English translation, a ?Confidential? letter forwarding the medal and certificate to Keyes ?By command of Lieutenant General CLARK? (Mark Clark), and a ?Restricted? letter stating that ?the acceptance of this decoration as an immediate combat award has been approved by the Army Commander...? The text of the certificate, in part, ?The Civil and Military Commander of Rome / and its Territory Situated in the War Zone / By virtue of the powers conferred upon him on 24 March 1944 / by the Royal Government and the High Command / has conferred / To Major General Geoffrey Keyes / The Silver Medal for military valor ?on the field? / with the following citation: / Commander of the II Army Corps, he contributed to the brilliant victory of the valiant Fifth Army with his decisive command action. Notwithstanding the desperate resistance of the enemy, he did not slacken the battle until the definite triumph of the Allied Armies and the liberation of Rome were achieved. A gallant example of wide guidance to his subordinates...Present is the August 14, 1944, typed letter signed in ink by Colonel M.F. Grant, By command of Lieutenant General CLARK, 8? x 8?, stamped ?CONFIDENTIAL? at top, enclosing (not present) ?copies of citation announcing your appointment as Honorary Companion of the Most Honorable Order of the Bath, the appropriate decoration of which was presented by His Majesty the King at Headquarters Fifth Army on 28 July 1944...? Minor flaws. Very Good condition.Plus a carbon of the June 22, 1944, document, 7.5? x 8.5?, lightweight paper, from Mark W. Clark, Lieutenant General, U.S. Army, Commanding, to Major General Keyes. In part, ?Subject: Award of Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster to Silver Star ... Under the provisions of Army Regulations ... you are awarded a Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster to the Silver Star for gallantry in action ... CITATION ... Fir gallantry in action from 11 May to 4 June 1944. During the operations which resulted in the capture of Rome by Fifth Army ... His example of courageous leadership throughout the entire offensive against the German armies between Minturno and Rome inspired his troops and was an important factor in the success of operations...? Minor flaws. Good condition."

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        Sonette. Im italienischen Urtext mit gegenüberstehender deutscher Übersetzung. - Handpressendruck im Auftrag von Rudolf Freiherr von Simolin ausgeführt.

      Officina Bodoni, Verona 1944 - ( Nummeriertes Exemplar Nr. 64 einer Auflage von 165 nummerierten Exemplaren ) Auf Büttenpapier gedruckt. 354 Seiten, 2 n.n. Blätter, Ohln im OSchuber, 4° ( 28,5 x 19,5 cm ). Der Einbandrücken minimal fleckig, vorn ein Exlibris auf dem Vorsatz, ansonsten guter und dekorativer Zustand. ( Gewicht 1700 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PICCOLA PRETURA. Oltre il varco c'è il paese. (MANOSCRITTO originale autografo).

      Manoscritto autografo dell'Autore del suo romanzo più famoso, dal quale venne anche ricavato il film di Pietro Germi ?In nome della legge?. Sette quaderni (dimensioni 20x28 cm) di 88 pagine l'uno. Copertina rosa. Quaderno prodotto dalla Società Cremona Nuova, nel 1944. Sulla copertina del primo quaderno il titolo manoscritto ?Piccola Pretura. ?oltre il varco c'è il paese?. ?" Scrittura ad inchiostro, calligrafia ben leggibile, con correzioni, biffature, aggiunte (a volte con inchiostro rosso). All'inizio del primo quaderno è applicata una carta trasparente con il disegno a china raffigurante co n una veduta a volo d'uccello i luoghi di svolgimento del romanzo, nella realtà il centro di Barrafranca, con pretura, chiesa, Municipio, barbiere, Poste, ecc. ?" A pag. 1 il distico: ?I fatti e i personaggi di questo libro sono del tutto immaginari e, pertanto, qualunque riferimento ad avvenimenti o a persone reali sarebbe infondato?. Data: Roma 10 dicembre 1946 / 18 febbraio 1947. E la sigla di Lo Schiavo. Il quaderno 7, in fine, contiene un elenco dei personaggi di Piccola Pretura: Autorità Giudiziaria, Polizia, il Dottore, il Barone, don Fifì, don Peppino Cilombo, massaro Turi Passalacqua, il Sindaco, il Parroco, ecc.Alla fine del quaderno, spillati, due cartoline e una lettera indirizzate a Lo Schiavo (grafia usata anche Loschiavo), e due cartoline illustrate degli altari della chiesa di Barrafranca. - Il romanzo venne pubblicato nel 1948 dall'editore Colombo, Roma, ed ebbe immediato successo: una seconda edizione venne pubblicata già nello stesso anno. Una terza e una quarta edizione nel 1949, anche sull'onda del film di Germi ?In nome della legge? tratto dal libro (tra gli sceneggiatori anche Fellini, Monicelli e Pinelli). Nel 1950 le edizioni stampate da Colombo erano già 7. Successivamente Lo Schiavo scrisse altri romanzi in qualche modo ispirati al rapporto tra autorità e potere mafioso: Gli Inesorabili (1950), Condotta di paese (1952); Terra amara (1956): il Mare di Pietra (1960). Giuseppe Guido Lo Schiavo, nato a Palermo nel 1899, morto a Roma nel 1973, è stato uno scrittore, un giurista e un magistrato, esperto in Diritto del Lavoro, Criminologia e Procedura Penale. Il tipo di rapporto tra Pretore e mafia descritto nel suo romanzo Piccola Pretura e poi nel film di Germi suscitò molte polemiche: L'ambiguità di un finale in cui il pretore stringe un patto di lealtà con la banda del mafioso Passalacqua, in "... una concezione romantica e, certo, discutibile del fenomeno mafioso", furono sottolineate da diverse parti , anche da Leonardo Sciascia (La Sicilia nel cinema).

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        Importante insieme costituito da una lettera dattiloscritta con firma autografa del generale Edizio Rodriguez dei Volontari della Resistenza e due interessantissime minute a lui dirette contenenti la descrizione degli eventi accaduti a Roma nei due giorni successivi alla liberazione (4 giugno 1944). A. Lettera datt. con firma autografa - Roma 9 aprile 1946, una pagina in - 4 - nella quale comunica al Tenente Colonnello Berliri Zoppi di aver ritirato dal Comitato Alleato i brevetti rilasciati dagli Alleati stessi ai partigiani che hanno preso parte alla liberazione di Roma. I brevetti si trovano presso il Comitato Militare della Democrazia Cristiana, in piazza del Gesù?Poiché bisognerà, dopo presa visione dei documenti, riunire tutti i partigiani in una domenica sarei tanto grato se i Capi - zona si recassero in piazza del Gesù per prendere visione di quanto sopra, onde avvisare susseguentemente gli interessati, perché non manchino alla riunione per la distribuzione?. B - C. Due minute datt. di cui una con firma autografa di Berlieri Zoppi. Il nucleo di questa zona espletò la sua attività in forma evidente al mattino del 5 / 6. Il giorno precedente due volontari del nucleo stesso penetravano, mentre numerose pattuglie e numerosi tedeschi circolavano ancora per Roma?Il mattino del 5 alle ore 6,30 agivano quattro squadre: la prima tentava di occupare i locali della ex G.I.L. in via Fornovo ? I locali occupati si presentavano in istato di disordine e confusione?e si potevano rinvenire uno schedario con fotografie e libretti personali degli Ufficiali e sottoufficiali?. 4 pagine in - 4. Numerose correzioni autografe. Unita una pagina datt. int. Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri Ufficio Patrioti titolata Argomenti da trattare nelle relazioni per l'ufficio patrioti e relativa copia a stampA


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        Een Suite van de Zee.

      - [Groningen, A.Th. Mooij/ WH. Nagel/ W.H. Overbeek], (1944). Ingenaaid. 35,0 x 25,0 cm. (12) p. Met een druksel in vijf kleuren op de voorzijde van het omslag, een druksel in twee kleuren op pagina (2), en zeven druksels in één kleur op pagina (3, 5, 6, 7, 8) en (11).Gedrukt in een oplage van 75 exemplaren. 1e druk. Horizontaal gevouwen geweest, wat kreukjes. Kleine roestvlekjes op het omslag en ook héel licht in het binnenwerk.* Dekkers G-241. De Jong 796. Hot Printing 44-g1. Simoni N 1. Volière-reeks 1.

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        Japan's Bid For Africa - Including the story of the Madagascar Campaign

      Central News Agency, South Africa, 1944, Soft cover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, 1st EditionThis small, rare paperback comes with a plastic protective wallet. The cover seams are fragile and need to be handled gently. The book itself has wear and marking, due to age and handling. There is general foxing to the cover and the pages. The pages are tender but not fragile and are firmly affixed. They are complete and clear. The book can be read and used with consideration and confidence, it can be owned with ease. fk Quantity Available: 1. Category: W.W.2; Inventory No: ahlh.

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        The Case of the Gilded Fly

      London: Victor Gollancz Ltd,, 1944. Octavo. Original green cloth, gilt lettered spine (rubbed to white). With the dust jacket. Spine of jacket toned and a little rubbed, internally a hint of foxing otherwise an excellent copy. First edition, first impression of the author's debut novel, written when he was still an undergraduate, and introducing eccentric amateur sleuth Gervase Fen. "Crispin's work is marked by a highly individual sense of light comedy, and by a great flair for verbal deception rather in the Christie manner" (Julian Symonds, Bloody Murder, From the Detective Story to the Crime Novel: A History, 1973, p. 152).

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        Mr. Tettley's Tenants: (with a foreword by Ira Wolfert)

      The Baynard Press, London, 1944, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fine, First editionHardcover in dark blue boards. No dust jacket. 8vo. First printing (published for private circulation to men of the 4th Fighter Group). Title in gold gilt on front. Paper is coated stock. Book is clean and fresh, with tight binding, clean pages, and almost no wear. Gilt is bright. Former owner's name (W.A. Mahaffy) is written in ink on right text block. Hall was the public relations officer of the 4th Fighter Group and had access to photos and other information about each man. Scarce in its first edition. 180 pp.

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        Typescript, carbon copy, of "With Your Wings", a WARTIME STORY about a decorated black pilot returning home. Accompanied by a Typed Letter presenting the piece to BURGESS MEREDITH, for a possible reading and broadcast

      N.p. [New York?], 1944. Typescript, 3pp. numbered [1]-3, on rectos of 3 leaves of duplicated radioplay typescript (struck through), approximately 600 words. Typed Letter, one page. 1 vols. 10-14/ x 7-1/2 inches. Slightly age-darkened, but very good overall. "With Your Wings" 1944 Steinbeck Story of a Black Pilot Evocative Steinbeck story (or "mood piece") imagining a decorated black pilot returning to his hometown, cheered by his neighbors, and welcomed by his father in the house he grew up in, with the remark: "Son - every black man in the world is going to fly with your wings." In his cover letter to his friend Burgess Meredith, who served in the Air Force during the war, he writes: "DEAR BUZZY: A different version of the following was done for overseas broadcast to the troops by O.W.I.* This is a different version. I don't know whether you would like to use it or not. It has an odd length. I might be a good idea to use it in some one of your shows. If you want it, you are quite welcome to it. It was written against a background of music (imagined music, I mean). Should you desire to use it, I think the story itself will suggest the music. Let me suggest however, that the music be soft, sustained, and all of one piece, and that it do not attempt to be directly descriptive of the piece, but rather of the spirit of the piece. I would suggest that you yourself read it, using the beautiful technique you used in "The Forgotten Village" ... the soft reading that seems not to be reading at all. This is pure mood, and would have to be delivered like soft music. Anyway, there it is, and you're welcome to it - if you want it." *Office of War Information, for which Steinbeck worked during the WW II. UNPUBLISHED until 2014, when the revived Strand Magazine published a version based upon a different typescript from the Steinbeck papers at HRC); a unique draft or variant copy of this moving war-time sketch. From the Estate of BURGESS MEREDITH.

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        Untersuchungen über die Machtstellung der Juden in der Weltwirtschaft, Bd. I: England und das vornationalsozialistische Deutschland.

      Holzhausen, Wien 1944 - ( Nicht im Buchhandel erschienen ) X, 296 Seiten mit 47 Tabellen im Text sowie 31 meist farbigen, meist ausfaltbaren ( teils mehrfach ausfaltbaren ) graphischen Darstellungen. Schmuckloser Oln mit goldgeprägtem Einbandrücken ( kaum noch erkenntlich da stark berieben ), 4° ( 30,5 x 21,5 cm ) Aus dem Inhalt: Forschungsauftrag des Reichsinstituts für Geschichte des neuen Deutschlands. Aus dem Inhalt: I. Abschnitt: Fragestellung und Verfahren: Wirtschaftliche Macht des Judentums als Forschungsziel; Begriff der wirtschaftlichen Macht; Arbeitsmethode: Konzernstatistik; Genealogische Feststellungen // II. Abschnitt: Die Juden in den englischen Banken, Versicherungs- und Investmentgesellschaften: Die Merchantbanks; Bank von England; Overseas Banks // III. Abschnitt: Gold, Diamanten und Nichteisenmetalle: Der Londoner Goldhandel; Der afrikanische Bergbau // IV. Abschnitt: Industrie und Großhandel Englands: Die einzelnen Industriezweige; Analyse der rd. 200 größten englischen Unternehmungen // V. Abschnitt: Die Juden in den großen Unternehmungen der mitteleuropäischen Wirtschaft: Gegensatz im Einfluß der Juden zwischen Ost- und Westdeutschland; Zeitliche Entwicklung von 1880 bis 1930; // VI. Abschnitt: Die Grundlagen der jüdischen Machtentfaltung: Geistige und funktionelle Voraussetzungen; Politische Bindung der jüdischen Wirtschaftsmacht an Mitteleuropa; Zwischen Wirtschaft und Politik in England und Amerika; Differenzierung und Integration der Wirtsvölker // VII. Abschnitt: Vorläufige Ergebnisse: Das Judentum betreffend (Scheidung der jüdischen und arischen Schwerpunkte; Prinzip der jüdischen Komplementärstellung; Gesetz des jüdischen Aufstieges); Die allgemeine Wirtschaftsgeschichte betreffend (Die Urheber des Kapitalismus; Die geistigen Vorbedingungen des Kapitalismus). Der Einband fleckig und stark wasserrandig, innen Seiten teils gering gewellt, wenige Seiten gering fleckig, wenige Seiten mit Anstrichen in Buntstift. ( Verkauf nur für wissenschaftliche Zwecke !) - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 1500 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Four Quartets

      London: Faber and Faber,, 1944. Octavo (221 × 141 mm). Recent black morocco, titles to spine, two raised bands, plain cream endpapers. An excellent copy handsomely bound. First UK edition, first impression.

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      Salvat editores, Barcelona 1944 - XV, 335, 303, 225, 332, 215, 210, 207, 247, 300, 313, 357 y accesorios 296 con numerosas fotografías Encuadernación en tela para los 12 tomos

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        The Razor's Edge. A Novel

      Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc.,, 1944. Octavo. Original black cloth, titles to spine gilt, top edge yellow. With the dust jacket. A fine copy in the unclipped, bright jacket. First trade edition, first printing, preceded only by the signed limited edition.

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        The ABC of Un-Natural History for Young and Old

      Gus. Av. Friendly, 1944, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, 1st EditionPrivately published in Johannesburg. Printed by Minerva Central, Lourenco Marques. No publication date but thought to be published between 1944 - 1950. Covered in a decorated tracing paper/ wax proof paper. This, for its age, is in good condition, with general tanning and crisping. There is very little wear to this cover. The corners have wear. The price is not snipped. The front of the cover has an open wound and wrinkles - but this does not detract from the immediate charm and attraction of this eccentric, delightful book. The plain cardbook cover is strong and firm. The cover guttering along the frontispage is open but the security of the binding and the surity of the pages is not affected. The frontispage has two small impression marks that travel through the subsequent pages. The black and white illustrations within are in fresh, thrilling condition. The pages are clean, clear, sure, vivid and energetic. fk Quantity Available: 1. Category: Humour; Inventory No: ajgk.

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        The Mystery of the Disappearing Cat : the Second Adventure of the Five Find-Outers and Dog

      Methuen & Co, 1944, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, 1st Editionthe boards are shelf worn. there is a small tear at the bottom of the spine which is faded. the book has no inscriptions and the binding is excellent. a few age related marks and small nicks. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 27ep.

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        The Road to Serfdom

      London: George Routledge & Sons Ltd.,, [1944].. Octavo (217 x 135 mm). Original black cloth, spine lettered in gilt. Gift inscription in ink to the front pastedown dated Feb. Xmas 1947. Head of spine neatly reinforced. A clean, bright copy. First edition, first impression of Hayek's classic polemic against centralization and collectivism, among the most influential and popular expositions of classical liberalism and libertarianism.

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