[New York: Doubleday & Company, 1948]. Carbon copy typescript of Eisenhower’s memoir of the WWII European campaign, Crusade... Read More about Crusade in Europe
London: Published by Cocrete Pulications Limited, 14 , Dartmouth Street, [Feburary, 1940]. Read More about Design and Construction of Air-Raid Shelters in Accordance with the Civil Defence Act, 1939, and...
Detroit: December, 1942-September 1945. with "Special Edition First National Convention America First Party" in Volume 3 Number 6, 1944 and in another issue is included "Senate Resolution 666 is Slave Act " and. Read More about The Cross and the Flag. Volume 1, Number 8
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
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 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: Harper & Brothers, . First edition of the author's first book. Read More about The Gallery
Philadelphia: David McKay Company, . Read More about More Cuties in Arms
London: George Newnes Limited, [1933-1934]. First edition thus bound from the 26 fortnightly parts. Read More about The Great War...with Preface by WSC dated August, 1933
London: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1898. First edition, home issue (only printing), second state, with errata present and catalogue dated 03/98. WINSTON CHURCHILL'S SCARCE FIRST BOOK. First edition of Churchill's first book. "When the attacks of Afghan tribesmen on the north-west frontier of India led to the formation of a...... Read More about The Story of the Malakand Field Force. An Episode of Frontier War
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...
New York: The British Library of Information. 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 1940. First edition and sole printing. Read More about SPEECH BY THE PRIME MINISTER MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL On War Problems Facing Britain. Delivered in...
New York: The British Library of Information. 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 1940. First edition. Read More about SPEECH BY THE PRIME MINISTER MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL To the Italian People. December 23, 1940
New York: The British Library of Information. 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 1941. First edition and sole printing. Read More about SPEECH BY THE PRIME MINISTER MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL To the Pilgrim Society. March 18, 1941
New York: The British Library of Information. 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 1941. First edition. Read More about SPEECH BY THE PRIME MINISTER MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL, April 27, 1941
New York: The British Library of Information. 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 1941. First edition. Read More about SPEECH BY THE PRIME MINISTER MR. WINSTON CHURCHILL, To the Pilgrims. January 9, 1941
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...
In 1944, in recognition of the bravery and strengths shown by the French, some 70 English writers contributed poems for a work entitled “Poems for France.” This was edited by Nancy Cunard who also added biographies of the contributors. First published in French, Miss Cunard then translated the work into..... Read More about Autograph manuscript of John Gawsworth’s “Thoughts in Tunisia (Final Version)” accompanied...
Tokyo: 45-46. Fine Drawing of Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt. A delightful profile caricature of the famed photographer by Currie. Read More about Portrait of Alfred Eisenstadt in profile in pen and ink and watercolor on paper. Inscribed...
Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday, Doran, . First edition. Read More about Wings for Per
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
ca.1933. Original illustrations towards an unpublished work. A group of powerful anti-war illustrations by Detmold toward an unrealized project. Evidently completed between the world wars (one of the illustrations is titled "The Sword & Gold. What I have seen 1933"), many of the watercolors depict the carnage and destruction of..... Read More about A group of 19 original illustrations for a projected work entitled "The Truth"
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:" ... with..... Read More about People Under Hitler