VERY GOOD/This book has a dust jacket. Book Black cloth covers, bright spine lettering, book is 8 1/2" tall. 531pp with endpaper maps....Book VERY GOOD CONDITION, clean and solid book--dust jacket chipped, original price on dust jacket. Brodart cover on dust jacket......re: Tito and Yugoslavia....
Very good in good dust jacket. Discoloration and minor wear to jacket. 531 p. End paper maps, brown and off-white. World / Yugoslavia / Tito / Post World War II / Mid-20th century Communism. Native to Yugoslavia, author Louis Adamic, b.1899-d.1951, emigrated to America as a youth with his family. In 1949, he went to his home country for 7 months to rest, and returned to write this volume, mostly about Marshal Tito and his leadership. Based on interviews with Tito (more than 30 hours) and many others in industrial and country life, in politics, schools, and army camps, Adamic had a story to tell about a country and people in changing times. Near completion, he died and the final editing was done by those named above. Adam had earlier written "The Native's Return", and "My America".
Good. 1952 hardcover, STATED 1ST EDITION, published by Doubleday, no marks noted in text, pages tanned, no dj, binding tight, Each order is emailed a USPS tracking number. All books are sanitized and cleaned for your protection before mailing.
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