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Chiang Mai: Akha Heritage Foundation, 2003. 272p., wraps lightly shelfworn, small red ownership stamp in Chinese on blank flyleaf. Journal founded by Matthew McDaniel, an anti-missionary activist married to an Akha woman, to defend traditional Akha culture. Articles include extensive discussion of missionary destruction of Akha life, including taking children.....
Milano / Parigi: Editore Eoardo Sonzogno, n.d., early 1870s. 17x12 inches, a giant hardbound in shaken condition, plates look to be complete with only two margins damaged, description below. 162p., indice. Illustrated with numerous b&w lithographs: ten doublespread battle scemes, three doublespread maps (one line map, two view-maps), many single-page.....
Halpert's Family Heritage, 1998. unpaginated, hardback in very good condition. Profusely illustrated with Civil War era photos and facsimiles. Has a lengthy names appendix, annotated as to an individual's wounds suffered or heroisms enacted. Book chronicling the sacrifice in the Civil War by the DeBerry family.
Zurich: Orte-Verlag, circa 1980. 96p., illustrated with press and snapshot photography and concrete [shaped] poems. Squareback softbound in photographic 8 x 5.5 inch wraps. somewhat edgeworn and crimped, with a light sticker scar on an upper corner. "Wir haben Grund genug zum Weinen auch ohne euer Tranengas"
Arlington, VA: The Air Force Association, 1995. Unpaginated paperback volume in copyshop format, 8.5x11 inches, mild handling wear. Compilation of correspondence and articles from various sources about the conflict that erupted around plans for an exhibit at the Smithsonian featuring the plane that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima.
Berlin: Presse- und Informationsamt des Landes, 1962 ? Pamphlet. Unpaginated, about 20p., printed on coated alkaline paperstock with b&w photography alternating with running text; staplebound pamphlet in 8.5x4.5 inch wraps (wraparound site photo with spot-color overlay of barbed wire). Unobtrusive handling crimps, otherwise quite sound and entirely clean, a good.....
n.p. Montoneros, 1975. Pamphlet. 31p., staplebound booklet format, very good. Single issue of the publication of the leftist Peronist guerrilla group in Argentina. Includes an article (with three small strategic diagrams) about bombings carried out in Tucumán in order to sabotage Operativo Independencia, which was the government's first large-scale military.....
New York: Committee For A Democratic Far Eastern Policy, 1952. 36p., staplebound wraps toned. Single issue of the digest-sized magazine sympathetic to Asian communist movements. Uses media quotes from army and political figures to argue that the war was an offensive launched by the US for reasons of imperialism and.....
Havana: Editorial de Ciencias Sociales, 1983. 324p., edgeworn wraps; illustrated with black and white photos. Includes facsimiles of original documents. French edition of the Cuban volume opposing the US invasion of Grenada. Cover art features a skeleton in US military gear with a swastika emblem on its helmet.
n.p. [194-]. 31x41 inch depiction of Guilin, a city in southern China's Guangxi region, comprised of two sheets taped together, dated 1934 under the key (stated second printing of a 1933 map). However, this is a WWII-era US military reproduction of the Chinese original, with a rubberstamp indicating that the.....
Washington DC: Indochina Resource Center, 1971. 15p., self-wraps secured by folding, 8.5x11 inches, illus., wraps lightly worn, price penned on front wrap, a few small stains on rear wrap else good condition. Most of the issue is devoted to "The Air Force's Secret Electronic War", reprinted from the journal Military.....
Abuja: Directorate for Social Mobilization, . 50p., 5.75x7.75 inches, illustrated with photos of leaders, very good in original stapled wraps. MAMSER is the acronym of the DSM's plan Mass Mobilization for Social Justice, Self-Reliance and Economic Recovery. Dr. Jerry Gana fronted the organization with miltary leaders running the show.
Abuja: Directorate for Social Mobilization, . 19p., 5.75x7.75 inches, very good in original stapled wraps. MAMSER is the acronym of the DSM's plan Mass Mobilization for Social Justice, Self-Reliance and Economic Recovery. WAI stands for War Against Indiscipline. Includes the Pledge, the Anthem, dress codes etc.
Oakland: The Jellyroll Press, . Unpaginated, about 20p., 8.5 x 5.5 inch stapled wraps, very good; photoillustrated, portrait of Che decorates the cover. First aid for activists who might be in pitched battles with police; carry a heavy magazine to use as a splint, advice on bullet wounds, etc.. IWW.....