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Transfigured Night: The CRALOG Experience(inscribed by Reiss) by  Eileen & Elizabeth Clark Reiss w/foreword by Gen. Lucius D. Clay Egan - Signed First Edition - from Auldfarran Books, IOBA (SKU: 23419)

Transfigured Night: The CRALOG Experience(inscribed by Reiss)

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Transfigured Night: The CRALOG Experience(inscribed by Reiss)

by Egan, Eileen & Elizabeth Clark Reiss w/foreword by Gen. Lucius D. Clay

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Narberth, PA: Livingston Publishing Co., 1964 1st ed. INSCRIBED on half-title p. by Elizabeth Reiss. 185pp. navy cloth sm 8vo w/yellow titles: Fine in a Very Good+ dj in Brodart poly cover. An account of relief work in immediate post-WW II Germany by the 18 agencies banded together as the Council of Relief Agencies Licensed for Operation in Germany.

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Bookseller
Auldfarran Books, IOBA US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
23419
Title
Transfigured Night: The CRALOG Experience(inscribed by Reiss)
Author
Egan, Eileen & Elizabeth Clark Reiss w/foreword by Gen. Lucius D. Clay
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Fine
Quantity available
1
Edition
1964 1st ed.
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Narberth, PA: Livingston Publishing Co.
Keywords
WORLD WAR II TWO SECOND GERMANY GERMAN HUMANITARIAN RELIEF AGENCIES EFFORTS POSTWAR SIGNED COLLECTIBLE COPY
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World War Two;

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