Rome: Teatro Reale dell'Opera, 1941. Staplebound libretto, [52p.], 6.5x9.5 inches, covers and endpapers foxed, some rust at the staples. Nazi and Fascist emblems embossed on cover. Program for a series of performances of pieces by Gluck, Beethoven, Mozart, Strauss, and Wagner, with photographs of cast members, scenery, etc.
[East Germany]: Ausschuss Fur Deutsche Einheit, n.d. Paperback. 264p., laid in is newsprint supplement of 24p., both illustrated with documents in facsimile, 9.5x6.5 inch wraps, cover printed with swastika and Jewish star; cover is dust-soiled, handled and edgeworn with a large unsightly snag at the heel and small snag at...
Roma: A Cura del Ministero dell'Aeronautica, 1937. Paperback. 192p., illustrated with facsimiles of Mussolini-signed documents and chapter dividers decorated with pale grey futuristic art; large paperbound in 10.5x8 inch printed wraps. Covers and textblock edges are quite foxed and dust-soiled, there's a bit of edgewear also; clean within and an...
[Italy]: n.pub. [194-]. 11.25x11.75 inch poster on somewhat heavy stock, orange and black on buff, depicting a laborer kicking the back of the chair in which a stereotyped Jewish capitalist has been sitting, knocking off his hat and spilling his bags of gold. Small spot of soil in field, generally...
Lyon: Les Éditions de Janny Lorge, 1936. 70p., wraps, minor creasing, paper slightly browned. Text in French. OCLC shows one holding in Barcelona. Attacks the anarchists and F.A.I, claims that they dominant the Popular Front, and praises the Spanish Foreign Legion (which fought for Franco).
New York: Italian Library of Information, 1940. 72p., mimeographed from typescript, mineo'd map on cover; 8.5x11 inches, bound with staples; cloth tape along spine is frayed and torn. Pro-Fascist discussion of British control over the Mediterranean via Gibraltar, the Dardanelles and the Suez Canal. Opens with a quote from Mussolini.
Milano: TIP. Antonio Cordani S.A, 1938. Pamphlet. 34p., printed on swank glazed paperstock and featuring 2 classic photos: "La lapide con le parole del Duce" (nothing like hearing him), and "Il monumento a Enrico Forlanini," aeronautical engineer. Staplebound in 8.5x5.5 inch plain printed wraps, slight external handling soil, a very...
Washington DC: Department of State, 1946. Pamphlet. iii, 36p., softbound pamphlet in 9x6 inch stapled self-wraps. Ex library with some accession marks and a check-out slip tipped onto last page, checked out twice only, 1947. Edgeworn with a corner torn off two leaves (rough one-inch hypotenuse), mild sunning and dust-soil...
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.
Barcelona: Editorial Forja, 1938. 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.
Madrid: Cedesa, 1959. 125p. + numerous inserts highlighted in colors for expository purposes (largely from Madariaga's SPAIN), many photos, plain printed wraps in photocollaged dj, mild edgewear. A franquist interpretation of the Socialist Party, from its years in power through its years in exile.
Paris: Editions Bossard, 1922. 117p., 5x6.5 inches, text in French, preface, sewn untrimmed textblock rubricated-titled wraps. A rather limp copy, as if read many times; cover and edges are dusty and very heavily foxed, text is spottily foxed throughout; somewhat edgeworn with slightly turned corners. A fair-only reading copy. Author...