THE SINO-JAPANESE CONFLICT[bound with ] THE AMERICAN COMMISSION ON CONDITIONS…

THE SINO-JAPANESE CONFLICT[bound with ] THE AMERICAN COMMISSION ON CONDITIONS IN IRELAND: INTERIM REPORT [bound with] reports and history of The Catholic Sailors' Club of Montreal. [5 works bound together]

Edition: First edition

The Montreal Chinese Students Association, 1932. Octavo, 52 pp. Map in text. Ex library, rebound in brown buckram. Library stamp on front free endpaper, blank leaf at front, and title page, all over-stamped "Annulé". Ink shelf marks on title page. This is the first work of five bound together. Four of the five titles are written in ink on the rear free endpaper, and there is a pouch on the rear pastetown. The second title is: WOOD, L. Hollingsworth, Chairman, Frederic C. Howe, Vice-Chairman, Jane Addams, US Senator George W. Norris, Rev. Norman Thomas, and others, Commissioners. THE AMERICAN COMMISSION ON CONDITIONS IN IRELAND: INTERIM REPORT. No place, no date [Washington, D.C.: The Commission, 1921]. pp (viii), 144 + folding map at front. Photos in text, Index. Montreal library rubber stamp on title page. The third title is: THIRTY-THIRD ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CITY OF BARRE, VERMONT, for the year ending December 31, 1927. Barre: Granite City Press, 1927. pp 143, [1], 19 (Resolutions adopted). The fourth title is: THIRTY-SIXH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CATHOLIC SAILORS' CLUB OF MONTREAL, for the season of 1928. [Montreal: The Club, 1929]. pp 24. Photos. The fifth title is: ATHERTON, William Henry. THE HISTORY OF THE CATHOLIC SAILORS' CLUB OF MONTREAL. [Montreal: The Club, 1925]. pp 52, including photo of the club building at front, photos in text, Index, list of subscribers, Report for 1924 and list of officers for 1925. Binding and text are clean, tight and unworn, but for some pencil marks in margins of the report on Ireland. All bound without the original paper covers. The first three works have lightly toned paper. The report on Ireland "provides a fascinating account from eyewitnesses and combatants alike into some of the more notorious events of the War of Independence. These included the killing of civilians, such as the Lord Mayor of Cork as well as members of the Republican forces. The Commission also conducted investigations into the conduct of the auxiliary forces, Black and Tans, Royal Irish Constabulary and well as the regular armed forces. The Commission's Interim Report is replete with many fascinating photographs on all aspects of the conflict." - Eneclann online.

Condition: Binding: Hardcover

Book ID: 43075
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