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[East Germany]: ADN/Zentralbild, 1982. Five photographs, ranging from to 7x9.25 to 8.75x11.75 inches, each with a substantial caption in English on the verso. Subjects include a group of former concentration camp prisoners assembled for a rally, a memorial for fighters in Spain, a Soviet memorial in Berlin, and two photos.....
Paris: Comité Mondial contre la Guerre et le Fascisme, 1936. pp. 131-176, single issue of the staplebound journal, mild edgewear. Includes an article by "Asiaticus" on China's desire for peace, Jean Zyromski on Spain, and much discussion of the situation facing other European countries.
Prague: Orbis, 1962. 490p. plus list of attendees, openweave tan cloth printed red, top edge tinted yellow, mild touch of handsoil, paperstock is toned throughout, a nice copy as it stands. Nazification of NATO and related subjects; warnings about a stay-behind "Paperclip" by Soviet, Polish, Czech and Bulgarian reps, with.....
n.p. [Paris?]: United States Information Services, 1945. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, twelve pages plus covers, profusely illustrated with fuzzily-reproduced aerial and ground war photos amidst a bilingual text; the last image is a double-spread sketch of the grounds and parked planes that constituted the show and its various displays. Did it actually.....
New York City: Citizenship Educational Service, Inc., 1940. Unpaginated, about 60p., staplebound 9 x 6 inch decorated wraps, "Amer. Viewpoint" penciled on cover. Theodore Roosevelt, chairman; Frank Kingdon, educational director; Richmond Watson, director of research; Palmer Bevis, executive secretary.
New York: Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee, 1955. Single issue of the mimeographed approximately monthly newsletter, four loose 8.5x11 inch sheets, very good. Only two holdings found in OCLC as of 2014. Updates on anti-Franco activism in Spain and abroad, critiques of US policy toward the Spanish government. The Committee was.....
Clinton, NJ: Front Line c/o PENA, 1972. [10p.], 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets stapled at upper left, a couple of termite holes going clear through, with minimal damage to text (taking parts of letters, words still readable). "An independent publication reporting on the news, documents, and thought of the Greek Resistance.".....
Moscow: Co-operative Publishing Society of Foreign Workers, 1935. 164p., paperback, with thread binding in traditional format, but also a more standard paperback spine. The spine panel has several closed tears. The title is rendered in an early form of Pinyin (Romanized orhtography). Ornate collector's stamp from the time, faintly visible.....
New York: American Friends of German Freedom, 1941. 17p., single issue of the staplebound anti-nazi newsletter containing behind-the-scenes updates on events in Germany, 8.5x11 inches, old library stamp on cover, pages toned; last page detached but present. Reinhold Niebuhr was Chairman.