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Dluga Droga. by  Zygmunt Nowicki - Paperback - Signed - 1965 - from Pilgrim Reader Books - IOBA and

Dluga Droga.

by Nowicki, Zygmunt

Condition: Good

Toronto, Canada.: Wykonano w Drukarni "Glosu Polskiego Gazety Polskiej".. Good. 1965. Soft Cover. 8vo - 21 x 14 cm.; 470 pp. Text is in Polish. History of World War II with photos. Appears to have one photo removed between pp. 48 and 49. Laid-in are two letters signed by author, one handwritten, the other typed. Text has a bit of soiling and former owner's name on title page; binding sturdy. .

  • Bookseller: Pilgrim Reader Books - IOBA CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 31971
  • Title: Dluga Droga.
  • Author: Nowicki, Zygmunt
  • Format/binding:Soft Cover
  • Book condition: Used - Good
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Wykonano w Drukarni "Glosu Polskiego Gazety Polskiej".
  • Place: Toronto, Canada.
  • Date published: 1965
  • Keywords: Poland; Polish; World War II; Zygmunt Nowicki;, Memoirs;
  • Bookseller catalogs: Poland - WW II;


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