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A Popular History of France from the Earliest Times - Six Vol.

By M. Guizot

Boston: Dana Estes & Charles E. Lauriat Light wear to edges and spines, clean and unmarked. Decorative set, red leather spines and corners. Gold titles clear and bright. Detailed history, hundreds of illus. (steel engravings and woodcuts). Six volumes, over two thousand pages. Publication date not indicated, appears to be 1870-80s. All six ship for $3.95 anywhere in the US; outside the US, please inquire.. Leather. Very Good. Illus. by A. De Neuville.


Six Volume Set

By Winston Churchill

Boston: Houghton Mifflin All six volumes of the Prime Minister's important work about World War Two. Unmarked, in sound condition, showing only minimal wear. A few include jackets, which are are in fair to poor condition. Titles: The Grand Alliance, The Gathering Storm, Triumph and Tragedy, Their Finest Hour, Closing the Ring, and The Hinge of Fate. All six ship within the US for only $3.95. Extra postage required outside the USA.. Book Club (BCE/BOMC). Red Cloth. Good+.


A Time for Trumpets the Untold Story of the Battle of the Bulge

By Charles B. MacDonald

New York: William Morrow, 1985. Light soiling, several inscriptions. Jacket shows slight edgewear, light rubbing. Illus with maps and B&W photos. Heavy volume, extra postage outside the US. 700 pgs.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good+.


The Mountain A Story from France

By Antonia Ridge

Leicester: Brockhampton Press, 1957. Light wear/soiling to covers, inscription inside front cover; panorama is in excellent condition. A French boy tells about the mountains, which are shown in a three foot fold-out color illus. "Brock Panorama Book No. 6".. Hard Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Mary Shillabeer.


The World in Color Great Britain

By Dore Ogrizek (ed.)

New York: Whittlesey House, 1949. Minimal shelfwear, clean and unmarked. A thorough, detailed guide to England, Scotland and Wales. Many illus and maps, most in color. 400+ pages.. Green Cloth. Very Good+/No Jacket.


Germany 1945 From War to Peace

By Richard Bessel

New York: Harper, 2009. Light wear to covers, inscription on flyleaf. Jacket shows edgewear, rubbing. The story of Germany in the year or two after WW2. Graet narrative, numerous B&W photos; indexed. Extra postage outside the US.. First American Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+/Very Good.


The Rhine Endeavour War and Peace

By Patrick Delaforce

Gloucestershire : Amberley, 2010. Minimal wear/soiling to covers, inscription on flyleaf. Jacket shows very little wear. "September 1944 NW Europe". The Allies fight to liberate Holland. Many B&W photos, drawings.. First Edition. Black Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good+.


The Warsaw Pact Armies

By Friedrich Wiener & William J. Lewis

Vienna: Carl Ueberreuter Publishers , 1977. Light wear and soiling; sound and unmarked. "Organization - Concept of War Weapons and Equipment". Pocket sized volume, hundreds of photos and diagrams; many charts. . Paperback. Good+.


Germany A History

By John E. Rodes

New York: Holt Rinehart Winston, 1964. Moderate wear to edges; binding a bit shaken. Clean and unmarked. A detailed history of Germany, from earliest times through the early 1960s. 700+ pages. Extra postage required outside the US.. Gray Cloth. Good+/No Jacket.


Formations Und Uniformierungsgeschichte Des Preukischen Heeres

By Paul Pietsch

Hamburg: Verlag Helmut Gerhard Schulz, 1963. Minimal wear to covers, orig owners name on flyleaf, otherwise unmarked. Jacket shows soiling and wear. Written in German, this volume appears to be a history of military uniforms and related equipment. Well illustrated with many drawings, some in color. Also included, three folding charts in excellent condition.. Blue Cloth. Very Good/Good+.


We Shall Live Again

By Maurice Hindus

New York: Book League, 1939. Clean and unmarked with only minimal wear. Jacket shows light edgewear, rubbing, spine faded. Czechoslavakia in the 1930s.. Book Club (BCE/BOMC). Black Cloth. Very Good/Good+.


French Family Cooking in Plain English

By Philomene

Garden City: Doubleday, 1958. Light wear to lower edges, Clean and unmarked. Price clipped jacket shows edgewear, light soiling. Simple, easy to understand recipes from a popular French food columnist. 258 pgs., indexed.. First American Edition. Blue Cloth. Very Good/Good+.



By Hans W. Hannau

Miami: Argos Clean and unmarked. jacket shows minor edgewear. Compact travel volume containing a bit of history and thiry color plates of Austria and it's people. Part of the "Panorama" series by a noted travel writer/photographer. Not dated, probably early 1980s?. Tan Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good.


The Crusades Iron Men and Saints

By Harold Lamb

Garden City: Doubleday Doran, 1930. A bit shaken (like me), moderate shelfwear to covers, foxing to endpapers, unmarked. Jacket rough, 2x4" chip from top of spine and portion of front, titles affected. Illus with numerous B&W photos, indexed. Extra postage outside the US.. First Edition. Black Cloth. Good+/Poor.


A Traveler at Forty

By Theodore Dreiser

New York: Horace Liveright, 1930. Minimal shelfwear, hole punched in rear flyleaf, clean and unmarked with gilt top edge. Jacket shows wear at corners and edges, small chips to edges, not price clipped. "This is a book of people, rather than of places". Originally published in 1913, this is the author's story of his first trip to Europe - "a travel classic".. Sixth Printing. Tan Cloth. Very Good/Good. Illus. by W. Glackens.


Mistress to an Age

By J. Christopher Herold

Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill, 1958. Slight bumps to lower corners, clean and unmarked, gray hardcover, blue cloth spine. Jacket has a 1x1" chip and a 1" tear at top of spine. Illustrated. The biography of Madame Germaine de Stael, the "first women of Europe in her time" during the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars. Includes original BOMC brochure.. Book Club (BCE/BOMC). Hard Cover. Very Good+/Fair.


Little Cabbages

By George Mikes

London: Allan Wingate, 1955. Slight lean, light wear to corners, clean and unmarked. Jacket quite worn at corners, small tears to edges. The author gives his amusing take on France.. First Printing. Green Cloth. Good+/Fair. Illus. by David Langdon.


Purple Heart Valley

By Margaret Bourke-White

New York: Simon & Schuster, 1944. Wear to corners and edges, light soiling to covers, unmarked. Jacket worn and ragged, large chips, cello tape repairs. "A Combat Chronicle of the War in Italy", heavily illus with photos by the author (of course).. Fifth Printing. Tan Cloth. Very Good/Poor.



By Emil Ludwig

New York: Star/Garden City, 1926. Minimal shelfwear, clean and unmarked. Jacket shows wear at edges. Thorough history of the Emperor.. Book Club (BCE/BOMC). Black Cloth. Very Good/Good+.


How it Happens

By Pearl S. Buck

New Yor: John Day, 1947. Minimla shelfwear, clean and unmarked. Jacket shows edgewear, wear and yellowing to spine, not price clipped. "Talk About the German People, 1914 - 1933", written with Erna von Pustau.. Black Cloth. Very Good/Good+.


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