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Greenwich: New York Graphic Society, 1962. 312p., first edition cloth boards in dj, this copy signed and dated with a brief inscription by Gamez. Slightly rolled, jacket is edgeworn. *Young 1351. Combines gay themes with the Spanish Civil War. "During World War II, Miss de Gamez served with the Office.....
New York: Grove Press, Inc./Evergreen Black Cat Editions, 1970. xi, 210p., photo section and line-drawn map, previous owner's name in marker on front page, else very good first mass-market American edition in pictorial wraps. Evergreen Black Cat Editions B-272. Originally published in 1966 as "Patrice Lumumba: Les cinquante derniers jours.....
n.p. n.pub. . [32p.], very good in wraps. Slight crinkling to the translucent paper covering the frontispiece, which has been signed in Japanese by the author, a goodwill ambassador for UNESCO. On Hirayama's efforts toward international reconciliation and cultural preservation, especially on the former Silk Road.
San Ramon: printed by Falcon Books for the author, 2004. ix, 130p., paperback featuring a wraparound color photo of Mt.Diablo and Rossmoor locale, and a small snapshot section relating in part to author's work for the UN. Inscribed and signed on the title page by Mr. Huang, related newspaper clipping.....
Geneva: Printed by H. Studer for the Commission of Jurists, 1962. Paperback. xv, 267p., paperbound in plain printed white wraps, 9x6 inches; except for a bit of toning and flecking, this first appearance is in its original state of issue. A very good copy. ..ICJ a "non-governmental organization which has.....
New York: International League for Human Rights, 1986. 211p., spiral bound wraps, 8.5x11 inches, front wrap slightly browned else very good condition. Emphasis on the crimes of the Sandinista revolutionaries security apparat, largely (as stated here) harsh prison conditions for suspected counter-revolutionaries.