Washington, D. C: GPO, 1962. vi, 1587-1698, vi, 1699-1780, vii [111, 81p.], staplebound plain printed white self-wraps, very faintest signs of handling or age. The pair.
Testimony about publishing houses in New York (International Arts and Sciences Press, Bookfield House, Inc., Tradeworld, Inc., and Crosscurrents Press, Inc.) and Chicago (Translation World Publishers). The last-named house issued a transcript of the trial of Gary Francis Powers (U-2 pilot) and "The Case Against General Heusinger," a Wehrmacht vet who'd just been appointed "chairman of the NATO permanent military commitee." There is about twenty pages total about the distribution of the Heusinger charges, which the publishers refuse to speak to despite the documentary leverage.