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One Life is Not Enough: a German Woman's Antifascist Fight

By Wolf, Lore

Newcastle Upon Tyne: People's Publications , 1982 People's Publications, 1982. 128 pages. Book is in great condition - no damage to pages, edges or covers. Spine is faded but uncreased. Back cover has a very small pen mark. 1st page has a Birmingham address (previous owner's?) typed at lower corner. Autobiography of Lore Wolf's life in Germany from 1900 up until the end of World War 2. . Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$14.36

The students and the Revolution

By Dutschke, Rudi

Nottingham: Bertrand Russell, 1970 Slight discolouration and foxing, but otherwise almost as new. First Edition. Pamphlet. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

$14.36

We Will Not Cease: The Autobiography of a Conscientious Objector
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We Will Not Cease: The Autobiography of a Conscientious Objector

By Baxter, Archibald

Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1980 Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1980. Cover yellowed and faded on both sides. Small sticker residue and scratch marks on bottom of front cover. Small sticker on base of spine. Spine discoloured and scuffed, with light crease - but otherwise unbroken. Cover and pages a little creased/bumped at edges and small marks on back, but otherwise all intact. Pages all clean and tightly bound. Authors account of his conscientious objection during World War One - and his reflections on the war in Vietnam.. Good/No Jacket.

$31.58

It'll Make a Man of You: A Feminist View of the Arms Race
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It'll Make a Man of You: A Feminist View of the Arms Race

By Strange, Penny

Peace News / Mushroom Books, 1983 Peace News / Mushroom Books, 1983. A5-sized pamphlet, with cardboard cover and numbered pages. 31 pages. Pages yellowed with age and some foxing to pages and inside of cover. Cover a little creased and scuffed - and both front and back of cover very stained. Pages all clean and intact. Short feminist essays on anti-war issues and nuclear disarmament.. Fair/No Jacket.

$7.18

Women For Peace
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Women For Peace

By Aksenov, Vasili

Women in Black, Belgrade, 1997 Women in Black, 1997. Some scufffing and scratches to front and back covers. Small marks on edges of first two or three pages. Edge of back cover slightly creased. But otherwise in very good condition - spine unbroken, pages all clean and tightly bound, no other marks or damage. Anthology of essays on the Women in Black (feminist anti-war movement) and their actions, approaches and reflections. The fifth anthology written by the Women in Black movement. The movement makes women's resistance to war visible through public protests, testimonies and non-violent actions. Sections: We Are Still on the Streets of Belgrade; The Fifth International Meeting of the Network of Women's Solidarity Against War; Women Will Remember; Belgrade on the Streets; Alternative Politics; Kosovo: Non Violence as a Choice; The Challenges and Traps of Humanitarian Aid; and Antimilitarism (each section includes on average 10-15 short essays) Includes black and white photographs. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$34.45

Opening Doors to Peace: a Memorial to Myrtle Solomon

London: The Myrtle Solomon Memorial Fund , 1991 The Myrtle Solomon Memorial Fund Subcommittee and War Resisters International, 1991. 80 pages. Book in excellent condition. No damage or wear and tear. Binding clean and tight. A memorial publication bringing together Solomon's major writings and interviews reflecting her work as chair of the War Resisters' International from 1975 to 1986. . Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket.

$14.36

The Defence of Britain: A Sequel to Protest and Survive
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The Defence of Britain: A Sequel to Protest and Survive

By Thompson, E. P

European Nuclear Disarmament and Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament European Nuclear Disarmament and Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, no publication date given. A5-size paper booklet, printed in black and white, staped together. Front and back cover both yellowed with age - and large yellowed mark on front cover. Edges of pamphlet slightly dog-eared, but still in good condition and pages not loose. Author's thoughts on nuclear weapons, Trident, and Margaret Thatcher's policies. Includes black and white ink illustrations. . Good/No Jacket.

$5.74

Heading for War!

By Bell, T.

Modern Books Ltd, 1929 Modern Books Ltd, 1929. 51 pages. Cover is well-worn, with some bumping to edges and large crease at front. Previous owner's name and address written in ink on first page. Pages all yellowed, with some foxing. Page edges a little bumped - and a couple are creased. Pages all clean and tightly bound. Spine is well-worn, with some bumping to edges, but title, author and publisher's names are clear. Condition consistent with age of book. Includes tables of figures , and 'shares of various imperialist states in imports of colonial countries.' Also includes previous owner's receipt from The Workers Bookshop, London - on 26th March 1930. . Mass Market Paperback. Good/No Jacket.

$21.53

The Charter Explained

By Fanshawe, Maurice

London: United Nations Association , 1946 United Nations Association, 1946. 64 page pamphlet. Condition is consistent with age - pages and edges are yellowed and have some foxing but are otherwise clean and no pages are loose. The front and back covers are torn for about a quarter of their length but the pamphlet holds together well and doesn't feel too fragile. The Charter of the United Nations determined during the San Francisco conference of April 25th to June 26th 1945. . Pamphlet. Fair/No Jacket.

$25.84