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Warsaw: Ministry for Foreign Affairs of the Polish People's Republic, 1953. xii, 245p., appended facsimile documents on inserted coated plates (one showing parachutes "given by American intelligence to its spies and saboteurs"), errata slip laid down on the inside back cover. Wraps, black background with white lettering, a nice-looking book...
Mexico City: Servicio Informativo Polon-Latino-Americano, 1939. Three mimeographed sheets, 8.5x13 inches, printed recto-only, text in Spanish, light wear and soiling at on verso edges of last page, horizontal fold crease, notes in ink in Spanish also on verso of last page only partly readable by this bibliographer, something about El...
New York: Polish Research and Information Service, 1948. 11p., 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets stapled together at upper left corner, mild toning. OCLC lists a holding with 13 leaves; this is counting the cover sheet and table of contents. Supportive of the new socialist Polish government, arguing that Jewish life has...
Warszawa: Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, 1967. 230p., illustrated with numerous folded maps, b&w rotogravures and some color photos; hardbound in dark blue cloth boards spine-titled gilt; sound, clean and unmarked, an unmolested copy with maps in perfect shape. Wielka Encyklopedia Powszechna PWN.
London: ICC, 1980. Magazine. 32p., 8.25x11.75 inches, staple-bound, very good. Journal of the ultra-left council communist tendency. This issue has analysis of events in Poland and Bolivia, and on Sylvia Pankhurst. Polemics against the 4th International, Feminism, the U.S. presidential election ("clown-show"), and the Labour Party.