Fair. #F2070. PB, A Bantam Fifty/Bantam Books, #F2070, 1959. Covers have wear to extremities, light corner creases, small chips from head and foot of backstrip, contents just starting to brown, clean and tight. Good.
Fair. Cover is completely removed from the bookthe first 64 pages are not bound to the rest of the pages. some of the first 64 are together in sections, some are just singular pages. We have 1.5 million books to choose from--Ship within 48 hours--Satisfaction Guaranteed!
Very Good. 1965 Mass PB. Harper & Row. 303 pgs. Owner notation Title page. No other marks, clean pgs. Binding solid. Cover good with only very light shelf wear. Little sunning to spine. Tanned. Author follows Lenin's rise to power in exile along with the growing anarchy inside Russia.
Good. No Dj. 1959 Mass PB. Bantam BOoks. 303 Pgs. Owner Note Title Page. No other marks, clean pgs, binding good. Cover w/light shelf wear. Bottom front cover with small diagonal crease. WW II's abrupt end brought us many gifts, none stranger than the papers of the German State. These were captured virtually complete, and to this day give up secrets. One that emerges from Alan Moorehead's research is the extent to which Germany was involved in the Russian Revolution. The ironic result of this clandestine maneuver was Germany's sure defeat on the Eastern front in WW II.
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