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The Spectator, a weekly review of politics, literature, theology and art, 3 volumes
Speaight Publ., London 1916 - Three massive dark blue volumes spanning Jan-Aug 1916, July-Dec 1917 and Jan Aug 1918, which includes the Russian Revolution news (here Bolsheviks described as Anarchists) and little reportage mentioned (to lower British war morale), vast minutiae of WW1 news especially the year sweep from mid1917 to mid 1918, personalties, topics of the day, letters to the editors, books of the week reviewed, ads for schools, books, lectures. War paper shortage meant range of page counts per issue (all seem to have vertical creases) vary from 22-48pps, occasional weekly breaks, double columns, each volume has own index, extreme historical value, a British historian's delight! Weight to be considered. Sold as a lot. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
      [Bookseller: Bohemian Bookworm]
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