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San José, Costa Rica: UNO, 1986-86. First five issues of the pro-CONTRA newspaper, all with horizontal fold, otherwise very good. Text in Spanish. Articles include humanizing portrayals of various CONTRA commanders, celebration of foreigners becoming disillusioned with the Sandinistas, gratitude to Reagan for his support, and much more.
Munchen: Deutscher Notbund gegen die Schwarze Schmach, [192-]. 9.75x13 inch broadside, printed both sides, horizontal fold, evenly toned, otherwise very good. Broadside issued by the "German Emergency League Against the Black Disgrace" agitating against the presence of Black troops (soldiers from French colonies) in the occupation of the Rhineland. One.....
Sevilla: Imp. F. E., 1938. 35p., rubrications and onlay colors throughout, sewn wraps, somewhat edgeworn and dustsoiled, lightly toned else very good condition. Elaborately produced, designed and decorated booklet. Text in Spanish. The "Feast of the Martyrs of Tradition" was an annual Carlist memorial adopted by the Falange...
[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).
Dusseldorf, Germany: Veli Kajum-Khan, 1953-73. Thirty-one issues of the slender journal, staplebound in wraps, generally very good with occasional pen markings; no. 87 is in English, with minor edge stains, the remainder are in "Turkestanian," written in Romanized script, these being nos. 92, 95-113, 115-122, 124, 126131, and thrown in.....
El Salvador: n.pub. [198-]. 16x22 inch poster, photos of Concepción Molina showing her ties with both the armed front of the FMLN and the Comadres organization, urging the viewer not to get involved with the latter group (an organization of mothers and relatives of the disappeared) because it is equivalent.....
n.p. Editorial Española, 1937. 212p. + 20p. musical notation, probable first edition, now cased in spine-titled binder's cloth and pebbled boards, bit browned and edgeworn, pages evenly toned else good condition. Text in Spanish. This antimodernist play became a component of the Nationalists' cultural offensive.
Milwaukee: The Bruce Publishing Company, 1938-1939 [sic]. xi, 245p. + 15p. photos and maps on coated paperstock at the back, pink cloth boards titled in yellow, in dj, casing very nice, jacket has a faded-to-nothing spine panel, general wear tear and soiling, old tape reinforcements verso (now in an archival-grade.....