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London: Red Star Press, 1975. 79p., 7x5 inch light blue wraps, old price tag on cover. Crude reprint of the [Albanian] original. "This programmatic proclamation has been distributed in the Soviet Union by the Soviet Bolshevik Communists." Allegedly a document from the Soviet anti-revisionist underground smuggled to the outside world;.....
Paris: Francois Maspero, 1970. Paperback. 188p., wraps, frontispiece photograph of a group of "Bolchevik-leninistes" deported to Siberia participating in a general meeting for the anniversary of the October revolution, small sticker on half-title, wraps slightly worn, else very good condition. Text in French. Collection Livres Rouges.
New York: The Churchman, 1955. Pamphlet. p., wraps, 5.5x8.5 inches, very good condition. Anti-Catholic view, done by the Protestant Episcopal Church, includes reference on the Vatican-Axis alliance. Blames the cold war mostly on the West, with some blame reserved for the Soviet Union.
npl: Worldwide Church of God, 1987. 43p., stapled wraps, illus., 5.25 x 8.25 inches, wraps faded along spine, sticker scar on rear wrap else good condition. "Statesmen could know. Those involved in internatational affairs could be forewarned. Here, according to Bible prophecy, is what lies ahead for the U.S.S.R. and.....
Moscow; Berkeley: Labour Information Centre "KAS-KOR" 1993-1995. Four issues of the journal, published in Moscow for the first two issues and transferred to Berkeley. Size ranges from 7x10.5 inches to 8.5x11 inches, various paginations and formats, all very good. Also included is issue 5 of Independent Politics, which features articles.....
Moscow: Moscow Patriarchate, [1957?]. 229p., shelfworn boards with some foxing, numerous B&W photo illustrations. Celebrates the Church's continued prosperity under Soviet rule (without mention of Stalinist suppression), its relations with other churches around the world, service during WW II, and its work for peace. Issued to mark the 40th anniversary.....
San Francisco: The War Memorial Opera House, 1959. [32p] including covers, 5.75x8.75 inches, illustrated with photos and ads, very good playbill for the June appearances in stapled pictorial wraps. The ballets included "Giselle," "Chopiniana," and "Swan Lake." Soloists included Galina Ulanova.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1919. 32, frontispiece, 257-390, 33-98p., nine pages of cig, soap, suit and car ads in vivid colors. Verso of cover is a ridiculously gaudy ad for "Murad, the Turkish cigarette." Two car ads in color: a terrific Marmon 34 and, for Tesla-sensitives, on p.46 of.....
London: the journal, 1992. Magazine. 94p., professionally-printed 5.75 x 8.25 inch paperback in pictorial wraps, pages evenly toned, wraps soiled with a few small stains else good condition. Cover stories: "The Directorate of Military Intelligence", "The Conference on Marxism in South Africa-1991", "Trotsky's Analysis of Soviet Political Economy", and "Inside.....