VERY GOOD. Reprint. First complete translation into English of Hitler's autobiography, extensively annotated with a brief introduction. 1003 pp. Red cloth boards with gold lettering. Light rubbing to extremities with moderate rubbing and several lightly-dinged corners. Nice, bright copy, in tight binding.
Good. First printing of the first edition, 1939. Hardcover, no dustjacket. Text is clean, unmarked, lightly tanned with age. The binding is strong. The exterior is moderately worn, faded a bit along the spine, with a few scuffs and spots. An owner's bookplate inside the front cover. Worse defect is that the book is musty/smoky. Photos available. Reliable customer service. Photos available.
Fair/No Jacket. … Hardcover, fair condition, w. smwht rubbed and soiled brds. tear in cloth, bleached spot on fr. Ltly slanted, smwht compressed sp, smwht bumped corners. Tanned p. edges, sme soil. Ltly tanned eps, pp. Ins. sme soil, a few markings, crayon scribbles. Ins hinges split.
Good in Good dust jacket. THIS ITEM IS LARGE/HEAVY AND MAY REQUIRE EXTRA SHIPPING FOR INTERNATIONAL OR EXPEDITED DELIVERY; Used hardcover in dust jacket. Shelfwear to boards, corners slightly bumped, covers stained in placesand text block lightly dust soiled; dust jacket has heavy wear along the edges, with chipping and closed tears at the corners and the spine (affecting the top titles). Binding and pages remain solid, with no marks to text.; 8.30 X 5.40 X 2 inches; 1003 pages.
Very good in very good dust jacket. First Edition. Title and copyright page both state, "1939"-5th Impession. Bound in original burgundy cloth with gold lettering to spine-Includes dust jacket. -xxxvi, 1003 pages. -some wear, mild chipping to edges of jacket; spine a bit faded; mild edge wear to covers; a few page corner tips a tad bent, or bumped. -Otherwise, very clean, tight, square, and unmarked. A very good copy in a good jacket. Very Clean Copy-Over 500, 000 Internet Orders Filled.
Very Good. Seventeenth impression. xxxvi, 1003 pages including frontispiece, (map) illustrations (facsimiles) 22 cm. Hardcover and dust jacket. Good binding and cover. Clean, unmarked pages. DJ spine sunned. Contains related ephemera, full page New York Times piece on Mein Kampf from 1940 ("...And Nobody Believed Him". NYT, Monday, Oct. 28, 1940). Signature of Rev. Alan Geyer. Geyer was the former Canon Ecumenist of Washington National Cathedral and an active participant in disarmament talks. He was also a political science professor.
1941. First Edition. Twelth printing. Attractive, pre-war copy of Mein Kampf. Near Very Good in a Good, vibrant Jacket. Tight and clean text block and binding with some minor scuffing to the page edges. Jacket shows moderate chipping and rubbing with some small tears along the edge of the flaps and at the heel and crown of the spine. Titling and graphics on the front panel remain clean and vivid, with only a few small creases here and there. Overall a very presentable copy.
Mein Kampf, complete and unabridged, fully annotated.
by Adolf Hitler
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