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n.p. n.pub. . 5.5x8.5 inch leaflet printed both sides, publication info neatly excised from verso (resulting in loss of the word "getting" from the front. Leaflet targeting GIs in Europe, ostensibly from former soldiers who have absconded, suggesting that they desert rather than fight in Vietnam. "Notice the spelling in.....
Honolulu: the Hospital, . 286p., mimeographed, black plastic comb spine, pictorial card cover; 8.5x11 inches, light handling wear, rear cover edgeworn, interior is very good. Detailed report on medical services, day-by-day list of events and activities for the past year, tables and charts, etc.
Dalian (Dairen): Amano Manshodo, 1917. Two unused postcards published by a Japanese company in what was later to become part of the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo. One depicts the Dairen [Dalian] Civil Administration Office, the other depicts the local branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank. Both have a “Welcome”.....
San Francisco: the newspaper, 1970. Newspaper, twelve pages, paper toned, folded, otherwise very good. Underground newspaper by and for sailors and GI's opposed to the Vietnam War. Cover depicts a double amputee giving the finger as he sits in front of a poster saying "Ask a Marine." Contents include updates.....
Forest Hills. NY: Vet's Voice, 1954. Single 9x12 inch sheet printed both sides, closed edge tears and creases, chips to two corners (not affecting text). Leaflet issued as a special number of the newsletter, with quotes showing the resurgence of militarism in Germany and a list of Nazi officials then.....
Rohnert Park: Veterans Council for American Rights and Equality (Redwood Empire), 1991. Six-panel informational brochure folded to 3.5x8.5 inches, very good on blue stock. Contains factual arguments against the discrimination against LGBTQ in the military. Includes the results of Gallup Polls on the question for years from 1989.
Chicago: the newspaper, 1968. 4p., tabloid format newspaper, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. Also included is a reprint of an Esquire article about generals opposing the war, published by the same newspaper. GI movement paper "Dedicated to ending the war in Vietnam," the title a take-off on Stars.....
Barcelona: Editorial Forja, 1937. Pamphlet. p., profusely illus. with black/white photos, 10x8 inches, wraps slightly worn along the spine else very good condition. Text in Catalan and Spanish. The Visions series, issued under the Republic, provided an ongoing photographic record of the Civil War.
New York: Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, n. d. Hardcover. Unpaginated, Vol. I, #1 (May 24, 1937) through Vol. II, #35 (November 7, 1938), minor wrinkling of first few pages, corners slightly bumped else good condition in a worn, chipped and stained dj. Reproduction of the complete file of.....