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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.
Bonn: the Association, July 1955. [22p] 5.75x8.25 inches, preface to second edition, geographical survey, demographic maps and figures, tables, Charter of the German Expellees, large maps on inner cover and last page with red and black dilineations, very good second-edition booklet in stapled map-decorated wraps.
Berlin: Braunschweig, . pp41-71, 6.5x9.75 inches, stapled extract, text in German. Kirchhoff was a German-Mexican anthropologist who became instrumental in defining the concept of Mesoamerica. He was also a left communist who became a member of a group called the Grupo de Trabajadores in Mexico. Kirchoff had formerly been a....
San Francisco: The Greenwood Press, 1989. Pamphlet. 16p., staplebound pamphlet in 8.5x6 inch frenchfold wraps, an unmolested copy, one of a run of 500. A critique of "the afflictions of modern man: false collectivigty, false subjectivity.." the latter defined here as "striving of the individual who wishes to glorify himself"...
Berlin: Verlag Rosa Wenkel, 1996. Paperback. 118p., 8.25x9 inches, text in German, b&w photos, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. Lebensgeschicten 3: Schwules Museum. Third volume of the museum's biographies of artists and writers. Plant was a gay writer born in Frankfurt am Main to Jewish parents...
Berlin: Verlag Fur Sexualpolitik, . Pamphlet. 32p., wraps, musty, pages evenly browned, wraps worn with damp stains at edges and beginning to detach, a reading copy only. Text in German. First edition, 1-10. Tausend. A guide for talking to children about sexuality by the wife of William Reich, written shortly...
New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. ix, 224p., introduction, sources and methods, argument and organization, appendixes including chronology, notes, bibliography, index, illustrated with figures, tables, maps and photos, very good first edition in buckram cloth-backed boards and unclipped dj. Religion in America Series, Harry S. Stout, general editor.
New York: Jefferson School of Social Science, [193-?]. 9p., 8.5x11 inch mimeographed pages stapled together at upper left corner; even toning, small chip at bottom of front cover. Undated, but mentions the French Revolution as having happened 150 years earlier. Weiden was one of Ernst Fischer's pseudonyms.