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Chengdu: Xizang yanjiu bian ji bu, 1982. Two issues of the Tibetan Studies journal from 1982, text in Tibetan with an English table of contents, very good. Articles on history, religion, traditional medicine, and of course, the glories of liberation brought by the Chinese Communist Party.
Beijing: Minzu Press, 1990-1991. The first two years of the propaganda magazine, mostly in English with numerous illustrations. Vol. 1, nos. 1-4; vol. 2, nos. 1-4, all bound together in green boards with gilt title in Chinese. Very good. Articles about Tibetan life and culture, as well as "irrefutable evidence".....
Washington DC: International Campaign for Tibet, 2007. 44p., slender paperback pamphlet, very good. "Interpreting Tibet' gives a reality check on the sights of Lhasa, exploring how both China's assertions of power and Tibetan expressions of identity are revealed in the architecture of the city, as well as the reality behind.....
Singapore: Spink Singapore Pte Ltd, 1997. Paperback. 51p., wraps, 8.25 x 11.75 inches, chiefly illustrations, very good condition with price list laid in. Catalogue for a sale of Buddhist art from China, India, Southeast Asia, Japan, Tibet, Nepal, Mongolia, and Buriatia held at the Spink Singapore in 1997.
Zurich: Service Civil International, International Secretariat, 1964. 75p., very good in staplebound wraps, black and white photos. On the SCI's work with refugees since the 1930s, with a substantial section on work during the Spanish Civil War and shorter sections on Palestine, Tibetan refugees in India, and others. Contributions are.....
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1984. xii, 383p., illustrated with numerous b&w photos and featuring two separate doublespread endsheet maps of Tibet, 'historic' and 'today'; hardbound first edition in clothbacked boards and dust jacket. Jacket is a little edgeworn, a sound, clean, unmarked copy.
Ulaanbaatar: BNMAU-yn I.V. Staliny nerezhmit [i.e. Neremzhit] Ulsyn Niitiin Nomyn San, 1983. 34p., very good in wraps. On the J.V. Stalin Library (State Central Library of Mongolia) which had been named after Stalin in 1949. Includes somewhat crudely reproduced black and white photos of rare Mongolian and Tibetan manuscripts, library.....