Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1926. First Edition of the author’s first commercially produced book. His First Book, Inscribed. Inscribed... Read More about Whither Bound?
The American Federation for Polish Jews, [1943. First Edition. Read More about The Black Book of Polish Jewry. An Account of the Martyrdom of Polish Jewry under the Nazi...
London: Faber and Faber Limited, . First English edition, one of 3000 copies, preceded a year earlier by the American edition. Read More about The Age of Anxiety. A Baroque Eclogue
Paris: Gallimard, . First edition, no. 58 of 110 numbered copies on vergé pur fil Lafuma Navarre. Collection of eight short stories of Paris during the Nazi occupation, inlcuding the celebrated "Traversée de Paris" Read More about Le Vin de Paris. Nouvelles
London: John Murray, . First Book edition. Read More about Mr Churchill in 1940
Göteborg, Sweden: 3 February 1940. Reading in part, "I am goingto try to get over to Finland soon if they have any use for me there. Everybody is scared to help them. Here in Sweden we do all that is possible... Mr Roosevelt doesn't want to do anything. he is..... Read More about Autograph letter signed ("Carl) to Western artist Ed Borein, discussing the situation in Europe
Fresno: Wilson Press, Inc, . Seventeenth Printing. INSCRIBED. Inscribed on ffep, "To Norman Martin-/ With Warmest Regards-/Always-/ Pappy Boyington." AND ABOVE: "Masajiro "Mike" Kawato Japanese WWII Ace 19 Victories/ I shot down Col. Greg/ Pappy Boyington/ Jan. 26, 1982." Read More about Baa Baa Black Sheep...by (Col. Gregory Boyington, USMC, Ret
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, (1969). First Borzoi edition. Inscribed First Edition. Inscribed "March 1963 With my greetings and my gratitude to Paul Horgan/Kay/Wesleyan, Conn." Read More about The Smoking Mountain. Stories of Germany during the Occupation. With a foreword by William L. Shirer
Philadelphia: David McKay Company, . Read More about More Cuties in Arms
London: Cassell & Co., Ltd, 1948-51. First English edition. Previously serialized in London's Daily Telegraph, this may be regarded as Churchill's magnum opus; it has been translated into some 20 languages. Read More about The Second World War. Vol. I: The Gathering Storm; Vol. II: Their Finest Hour; Vol. III: The...
San Francisco: Printed for Ransohoffs by The Grabhorn Press, 1941. First Edition, thus, one of 250 copies. Churchill's Words, Grabhorns' Printing. Read More about Broadcast Addresses to the People of Great Britain, Italy, Poland, Russia and the United States,...
New York: Dodd, Mead, 1956; 1956; 1957; 1958. First American Editions. In Presentation Bindings. We have had and seen one other deluxe set of this edition, done for the president of the Book-of-the-Month Club. Read More about A History of the English Speaking Peoples. [Volume I: The Birth of Britain; Volume II: The New...
Dairen, Manbchuria: The South Manchuria Railway Company. [Printed in Japan at the Herald Press, Hibaya Park, Tokyo], September, 1937 & November, 1937. Manchuria. Read More about Contemporary Manchuria A Bi-Monthly Magazine Vol. I Nos. 3 & 4
London: William Kimber, [May 1958]. Second edition. Read More about G Patrol. Introduction by Richard Fergusson. [The Story of the Guards Patrol of the Long Range...
Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday, Doran, . First edition. Read More about Wings for Per
New York: Random House, . First Edition. Dahl’s First Book. Read More about The Gremlins
Paris: Les Éditions de France, . First edition, Copy No. 8 of 17 on papier Velin pur fil. Future Nazi Collaborator to Dannie Heineman, One of 17. A novel set in central Africa by this Belgian author, a notable future Nazi collaborator who escaped to Argentina after WW II and..... Read More about Blancs. Roman
Washington, D.C: Infantry Journal Press, 1947. First Edition. Read More about The Blue Devils in Italy: A History of the 88th Infantry Division in World War II
New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1942. First edition. A brilliant book for its time, by the Berlin correspondent for the Chicago Daily News. This copy is inscribed by Deuel to Rudy Melzer, a German immigrant and manager of the restaurant of the St. Regis Hotel in New York City: " ....... Read More about People Under Hitler
London: Macmillan, 1942. First edition. INSCRIBED. Inscribed on front free endpaper "Lev Braun from Shiela Grant Duff 27 March 1942." Braun was a broadcaster for Radio Free Europe and the BBC during World War II. Read More about A German Protectorate. The Czechs under Nazi Rule
1955-57. A fine collection of correspondence between President Eisenhower and publisher Seymour Berkson. Seymour Berkson (b.1905 - d.1959) was an American publisher of The Journal-American, a now defunct NYC daily newspaper, and was husband of fashion publicist and founder of New York Fashion Week, Eleanor Lambert. In this collection of..... Read More about Collection of T.L.S. correspondence from President Dwight D. Eisenhower to Seymour Berkson
New York: Doubleday & Company, 1948. First edition, #367 of 1426 copies, Signed by Eisenhower on the facsimile of the D-Day Order of the Day opposite the colophon page. Signed by Eisenhower. Read More about Crusade in Europe
1934. From the autograph albums of Alfred Eisenstaedt: Recto: At the Disarmament Conference in Geneva, May-June 1934 Top to bottom: [Unidentified] R ————. Geneva 1-6-34 M. Litvinov, Genève, 1/6/34 [Russian Foreign Minister] [Baron Pompeo] Aloisi Anthony Eden,  June 1934 [British politician, later Prime Minister [underneath:] "With full appreciation on..... Read More about Autographs and inscriptions of Maxim Litvinoff, Anthony Eden, and others at Geneva and Berlin...
Paris: Les Editions de France, . Number 45 of 50 copies on “velin pur fil Lafuma” signed by the author. One of 50 copies signed. The noted French historian and journalist writes of his interviews with the Marshal of France. Read More about Le Memorial de Foch. Mes Entretiens avec le Maréchal
New York: Random House, . First Printing. Read More about Cloak and Dagger. The Secret Story of OSS. [With a Tribute by Maj. Gen. William J. Donovan
[New York]: n.d. Poster announcing a Bastille Day meeting of France Forever, an American French Resistance group. Read More about France Forever … 14th of July 1944, Bastille Day, at 8:30 Sharp. Mass Meeting, Hunter College...