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CANADA IN WAR- PAINT
Edition: First printing
London: Dent, 1917. Red cloth. pp 208. Variant with no ads at rear. Tissue guard at frontispiece illustration. Spine and inner margins of covers a bit sunned, mild soiling to covers, ink names to front endpapers, tanning to free endpapers, tissue guard creased, else a VG clean and unworn copy. Sketches of his experiences in WWI. Bell was with the First Canadian Infantry Battalion, Ontario Regiment. Note: lighter parcel, any default shipping price may be reduced.
Condition: Binding: HardcoverBook ID: 48053More details Price: USD $19.95
RUSSIAN AND GERMANY AT BREST-LITOVSK. A Documentary History of the Peace Negotiations
Edition: First edition.
New York: Rand School of Social Science, 1919. Terra cotta cloth. pp 192. Spine a little sunned; dam stains with colour loss to margins of covers; text paper lightly toned; small bookplate; else a good, clean, tight and unworn copy of a scarce book. "With the following documentary account of the Brest-Litovsk Peace Negotiations, hitherto an unwritten chapter in the history of the Russian Revolution, the Department of Labor Research begins the publication of a series of monogrpahs on economic and political questions which it hoped will prove valuable contributions to the literature of the Socialist and Labor movements." - from the introductory note by Alexander Trachtenberg.
Condition: Book: Good, Binding: HardcoverBook ID: 26062More details Price: USD $35.00
The Great War: I Was There !
London: No publisher (Amalgamated Press?), no date (1938-39?), 1934. Three volumes, quarto, bound in half brown goatskin and maroon cloth, sprinkled page edges, spines with raised bands. 2060 pp. Profusely illustrated with photos, maps, index. Bound without the original covers or a title page - the series was originally issued in parts. Books a little leaned, volume I has a band of light sunning mid-spine, light spine sunning generally, else a fine set in a quality binding, no owner names. A very rich source of World War I photos. Complete set, same contents as the Waverley Book Company edition which came in a four volume format. Focuses on personal memories of the war. Note: 8 kg parcel, extra postage will be required.
Condition: Binding: HardcoverBook ID: 44531More details Price: USD $250.00
The Red Baron's Last Flight: A Mystery Investigated
Edition: First Edition
London: Grub Street, 1997. Tall octavo, red boards. pp 143, Photos and diagrams, some in colour. Ink owner name at front. One short paragraph on p 80 highlighted in yellow, else fine. Price-clipped jacket has a tiny hole to the spine fold, else fine. "This is a detailed examination of all previous material and much new on the subject of Manfred von Ricthofen's death of 21 April, 1918. The conclusion drawn from the mass of evidence should lay to rest the final details of the 'Red Barons' death, eliminating Captain Roy Brown as the man who actually shot down the German ace."
Condition: Binding: HardcoverBook ID: 44494More details Price: USD $19.00