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PROCEEDINGS ON THE OCCASION OF THE PRESENTATION TO MR. CHARLES W. AMES OF THE CROSS OF THE LEGION OF HONOR BY DR. MARCEL KNECHT, Chevalier of The Legion of Honor, Member of the French High Commission, Director of Official French Bureau of Information, President of the Foreign Press Correspondents' Association, Representing Ambassador Jules J. Jusserand.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Publisher: St. Paul, Minnesota, privately published: 1912

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 000017415

Condition: Very good


Small octavo, cream-colored cloth spine over blue boards, 39 pages. Color frontis. illustration of the medal of Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur. Some wear and light soil on covers. Ames and his wife Mary were active during World War I and after in charities that provided war relief to those in France and Great Britain. Later, during World War II, two of their daughters were also active in war relief for France and England. Many of these organizations were headquartered in the Ames home in St. Paul. 090617A View more info

THE ROSE OF LIMA in LIBERTY MAGAZINE, issue of October 25, 1941

By: (Hergesheimer, Joseph) et al.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Macfadden Publications: 1941

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000015805

Condition: Very good


Complete issue of Liberty magazine, 66 pages. Includes 5 page story, "Rose of Lima" by Joseph Hergesheimer. Also includes the short story "A Letter To Bill" by George E. Magee, and "Girls Get Everything Backward" by Samuel W. Taylor. Serials: "Breath of Life--Part V" by Faith Baldwin; "Tomorrow We March--Part X" by Oscar Schisgall; "Escape From Hell--Conclusion." by Barbara Podawicz. Articles include, among others: "Yoo-Hoo! Have We Got A Sissy Army?" by George E. Sokolsky; "What You Can Do For Civilian Defense" by Fred Allhoff; &... View more info

CITADEL IN SPRING. A Novel of Youth Spent At War

By: Agawa, Hiroyuki

Price: $14.00

Publisher: Tokyo, Kodansha International, c. 1990,: 1990

Seller ID: 11726

ISBN: 0870119605


Tokyo, Kodansha International, c. 1990,, 1990. Hardcover. Pages 254,octavo, hardcover. Translated by Lawrence Rogers. Maps on endpapers. Book and dust jacket are in Fine condition. World War II, Japan. 112706A ISBN: 0-87011-960-5 View more info

FLYING FURIES.

By: Ayling, Keith.

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, Thomas Nelson & Sons,: 1942

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 000015089

Condition: Very good +


Illustrated by Wallis Rigby, including 6 full-page color illustrations. Endpapers have silhouettes of 24 aircraft. Quarto, 45 pages. Pictorial covers. small bookstore label on front paste-down endpaper. Some text words blacked-out by war time censors. A spot of very light rubbing on front cover. Dust jacket is un-clipped, has a little darkening at edges, light rubbing, Very Good. CRBC View more info

THE KAISER AND ENGLISH RELATIONS

By: Benson, E. F

Price: $75.00

Publisher: London, Longmans, Green and Co.,: 1936

Edition: Stated First edition

Seller ID: 000013149

Condition: Good +


London: Longmans, Green and Co.,, 1936. Stated First edition. hardcover. Good +. Octavo, red cloth stamped in gilt, ix [3] 304 pages. Includes black and white photo repros., and index. Spine titles lightly rubbed, cover corners rounded, light cover soil, text clean and tight. 092108E View more info

SEVENTY THOUSAND MILES OF WAR. Beginning One Man's Odyssey on Many Fronts

By: Chaplin, W.W

Price: $8.00

Publisher: NY, D. Appleton-Century Co., 1943,: 1943

Seller ID: 10338


NY, D. Appleton-Century Co., 1943,, 1943. Hardcover. Pages x + 288,octavo, hardcover, Green cloth covers, dampstaining on top and bottom edge, else Very Good. . Dust jacket has dampstaining, worn and rubbed, only fair. 110703A View more info

WINGS OF MORNING. The Story of the Last American Bomber Shot Down Over Germany in World War II.

By: Childers, Thomas.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Reading, Massachusetts, Addison-Wesley: (1995)

Edition: first printing as stated

Seller ID: 000015663

ISBN: 0201483106

Condition: Very good


Octavo, 276 pages. Includes black and white illustrations, bibliography of selected archival sources. 040414A " On April 21, 1945, the twelve-member crew of the Black Cat set off on one of the last air missions in the European theater of WWII. Ten never came back. This is the story of that crew--where they came from, how they trained, what it was like to fly a B-24 through enemy flak, and who was waiting for them to come home." View more info

AMERICAN RAILROADS DOING THEIR WAR JOB.

By: Clement, W. W.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Evanston, IL, 1942

Seller ID: 000016022

Condition: Very good


Stapled booklet, approx. 5" by 7 1/8", 13 pages. An address by M. W. Clement, President, Pennsylvania Railroad, delivered at the dedication of the new Technological Institute of Northwestern University, Evanston Ill., Monday , June 15, 1942. Faint library stamp on top cover. 040414B View more info

A FOLLOW-UP STUDY OF WORLD WAR II PRISONERS OF WAR.

By: Cohen, Bernard M. and Maurice Z. Cooper.

Price: $12.00

Publisher: Washington D. C., Veteran's Administration, U. S. Government Printing oOfice: 1954

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000015123

Condition: Very good


Octavo, blue cloth covers stamped in gilt. VA Medical Monograph, viii + 81 pages. Includes index. Slightly faded covers. 032509A View more info

THE ROAD TO PEARL HARBOR 1941

By: Collier, Richard

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, Atheneum, 1981,: 1981

Seller ID: 10346


New York, Atheneum, 1981,, 1981. Hardcover. book club ed. Pages x + 310,octavo, hardcover, book club ed. Includes black and white photo repros., bibliography, index. Book is in near Fine condition; dust jacket has a little wear at edges, still Very Good. 120903A View more info

AVIATION MAINTENANCE. Aircraft and Airport Service, Management Operations.

By: Conover, Harvey, President and Treasurer.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, Conover-Mast Corporation: 1945

Edition: U.S. Navy Issue

Seller ID: 000015861

Condition: Near fine


Periodical. "This issue is a reprint of the complete editorial contents of AVIATION MAINTENANCE Magazine, July 1945 issue, for special distribution to Naval Personnel by the U.S. Navy Bureau Aeronautics. Contains many black and white photo reproductions. Near fine condition. 091306A View more info

SPITFIRE PILOT. A Lucky Terrell Flying Story.

By: Cook, Canfield.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Grosset & Dunlap: (1942)

Seller ID: 000017808

Condition: Fine


Illustrated by Frank Dobras. Octavo (approx.5 1/8 by 7 5/8"), green covers, 209 pages + [1] 2 pages of ads. Illustrated endpapers. One cover corner lightly bumped; pages are starting to tan. Dust jacket has some light chipping at spine ends and at folds, but nice and bright. 073018A. Boys series, Aviation, World War II, Juvenile Fiction View more info

THE NUREMBERG FALLACY. War and War Crimes since World War II

By: Davidson, Eugene

Price: $12.00

Publisher: New York, The Macmillan Co., (1973),: 1973

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 12243


New York, The Macmillan Co., (1973),, 1973. 1st Edition. Hardcover. first printing. Pages 331,octavo, hardcover, first printing. Includes bibliography and index. Book is in Very Good condition. Dust jacket has some creasing on front panel, Good. "Why the U.N. and the Nuremberg Doctrines do not keep the peace." 061507A View more info

VICTORY THROUGH AIR POWER

By: De Seversky, Major Alexander (DeSeveresky)

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, Simon & Schuster: 1942

Seller ID: 7005

Condition: Good


Hardcover. book club ed. Pages 354 pp., 8vo,blue cloth. Includes b/w photo repros. I. N. Steinberg. Major Seversky fought as a pilot and has designed fighting planes and bombsights; he holds many aviation records and honors. Propaganda piece designed to stir the public awareness of the potential of air power. Cover edges sl. faded, binding glue stain on endpaper, Good; dust jacket is worn at edges, some spotting, #030897A View more info

NIGHT RUN

By: Denny, Robert

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, Donald I. Fine Inc.: (c. 1992)

Edition: First printing

Seller ID: 000013086

ISBN: 1556113366

Condition: Fine


New York: Donald I. Fine Inc., (c. 1992). First printing. hardcover. Fine/fine. Octavo, ix [3] + 387 pages. Publicity material laid in. A novel in honor of the famed night witches of World War II. 092108D View more info

THE BRIDGE OVER THE MAIN. How A Small Polish Boy Survived World War II in Germany

By: Domoradzki, Stan

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Akeley, Minnesota, Olympia Press, (c. 1999),: 1999

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 11375

ISBN: 0966717104


Akeley, Minnesota, Olympia Press, (c. 1999),, 1999. 1st Edition. Soft cover. first edition. Pages 254,trade paperback, softcover. first edition. Edited by Salvatore Caputo. Book is in Fine condition. 062906A ISBN: 0-9667171-0-4 View more info

A NOT-SO-STILL LIFE

By: Ernst, Jimmy

Price: $10.00

Publisher: NY, St. Martin's / Marek, (c. 1984),: 1984

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 9342

ISBN: 0312579551


NY, St. Martin's / Marek, (c. 1984),, 1984. 1st Edition. Hardcover. first edition. Pages 272,octavo, hardcover, first edition. Includes black and white photo repros. Book is in near Fine condition; dust jacket price-clipped, else Fine. " A Child of Europe's Pre-World War II Art World and His remarkable Homecoming to America." 111502A ISBN: 0-312-57955-1 View more info

GERMAN PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE. Survey and Bibliography.

By: Farago, Ladislas, Edited by. With the cooperation of Gordon W. Allport, John G. Beebe-Center, Edwin G. Boring, Stanley S. Stevens, Floyd L. Buch, Kimball Young, Lewis Frederick Gittler, Nicholas Aranyosi.

Price: $45.00

Publisher: New York, Committee for National Morale.: 1941

Edition: Second Edition

Seller ID: 000017866

Condition: Very Good


Quarto, approx. 8 3/8" wide by 10 7/8" tall. 133 pages. Covers have some soil and darkening at edges; a few pencil tick marks next to text, else Very Good. Preface by Arthur Upham Pope. Includes sections on: Examination and Critiques of Past Wars; Psychology in Total War; German Psychological Warfare; American Influences on German Military Psychology; An Interpretive Summary by Prof. Kimball Young. 071202A. World War II, Germany, Psychology. View more info

HOLLYWOOD QUARTERLY. Volume I, October 1945, Number 1

By: Farquhar, Samuel T., Franklin Fearing, John Howard Lawson, Kenneth MacGowan, editors

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Berkeley and Los Angeles, University of California Press: 1945

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 000016107

Condition: Very good


Published under the Joint Sponsorship of the University of California aand the Hollywood Writers Mobilization. Periodical, 129 pages, approx. 6 3/4" by 10". Some fading of covers, else Very Good. Articles on Hollywood War Films, Radio as Literature, Author's Moral Rights, Synthetic Sound and Abstract Image, and many others. 092108B View more info

A PEBBLE IN MY SHOE. A Memoir.

By: Flotz, Katherine Hoeger

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Palatine, Illinois, Pannonia Press: (c. 2004)

Edition: First

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 000017969

ISBN: 0965779327

Condition: Fine


Octavo, beige cloth covers with brown titles, 164 pages. Cover illustration by Matthew Sesek. Signed by the author (signature only) on the front free endpaper. Book and dust jacket are in Fine condition. 020117A. "As the end of World War II drew near, ethnic Germans (or Donauschwaben) fled from Yugoslvia, fearing the impending Russian invasion. Families were uprooted, abandoning their land, most of their belongings, and their homes. Under the whip of Marshall Tito's communist regime, the remaining Donauschwaben suffered retaliatory blows for the actions of Nazi Germany. They were stripped ... View more info