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Thessaloniki, Greece: Northwest Passage Club, [199-?]. Two issues of the Greek-language situationist journal published by "a closed rebels union striving for the development of the practical moments of theory and the theoretical moments of practice," as described in an introductory leaflet laid in from the "Core of Creation of Situations."...
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."
Athens: Geog Chambas, 1986. 95p., very good in lightly scuffed wraps; not found in OCLC. Text in Greek, aside from title. Articles on the Arena Collective, the Portuguese revolution, worker organizing in Japan, a comic stript titled "Son of Xerox" featuring a transgendered fugitive killed by police, and more.
Berkeley: The Lowie Museum of Anthropology, University of California, 1989. Oversized Paperback. Unpaginated, perhaps 200 pages, scattered b&w illustrations, first edition decorated buff wraps; a keyboard-set affair just a cut above copyshop work; the title page is loosely inserted, may be a publisher's afterthought but has no edgewear or other...
Oakland: Ascension Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 1993. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, about 15p., softbound in stapled 8.5x5.5 inch decorated wraps (cover portrait of Aleksy II); staples rusted with minute migration, else sound and entirely clean, a very good exemplar which has several color icon-embellished cards laid in. Text consists exclusively of liturgy in...
New York: American Friends of Greece, 1943. 8p., very good; single issue of the newsletter, 8.5x11 inches. This issue includes the text of a statement by President Roosevelt about the delivery of an "anti-submarine" patrol ship to Greek allies fighting the Nazis. Also includes a substantial piece on the death...
Washington DC: Department of State, 1946. Pamphlet. iii, 36p., softbound pamphlet in 9x6 inch stapled self-wraps. Ex library with some accession marks and a check-out slip tipped onto last page, checked out twice only, 1947. Edgeworn with a corner torn off two leaves (rough one-inch hypotenuse), mild sunning and dust-soil...
Granada Hills, CA, etc: Society for Ancient Numismatics, 1969-1997. Seventy-four issues of the handsomely produced quarterly journal, all 8.5x11 inches, staplebound, very good, with black and white illustrations. Typical length is 12 to 16 pages. Issues present are volume 1 no. 1-vol. 19 no. 2, and vol. 20 no. 1...
Athens: Outopia, 1986. Paperback volume in mildly worn and soiled 9.5x6.5 inch plain printed orange wraps, text in Greek, each issue individually paginated. Facsimile reprints of the periodical Spartakos, the Trotskyist publication founded in 1928 by communists expelled from the Greek CP.