Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. The tanned pages are in good clean condition. There is some soiling on the side page edging. The cover has some creases and some soiling with a small tear on the back cover. Illustrated with a pull out map of the USSR and all the prisons and camps.
Very Good. 4 1/2" x 8 1/4" 390 pages. Indexed. Exterior shows signs of reading/shelf wear and some discoloration. Binding is tight. Interior text is clean with no apparent markings or damages. Includes bibliographic references. This guidebook will introduce you to a world of camps, watchtowers manned by guards bearing machine guns, and electrically charged barbed-wire fences. You will also see women prisoners, child and teenager prisoners. We are speaking of innocent human beings persecuted for thinking differently; reading forbidden philosophical, political or religious books; posting up notices; putting up a flag; demanding religious instruction for heir children or undertaking a private initiative. These are the crimes for which a Soviet citizen can be imprisoned. This is a shocking book. This is an important book. This is a book which must be read by every person who cares about freedom and human rights throughout the world.
Very Good. New York: Bantam Books, 1982. Very Good. 1982, Book is in very good condition NOT EX-LIBRARY Minor shelfwear present Small signs of visible wear SEE PICTURES for any wear or defects Condition based on age of book To ensure you receive the quality of book expected we provide pictures of NOTICEABLE WEAR for ALL books we sell with marked conditions of GOOD + If you have any questions at all don't hesitate to send us an email.
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