Good. No Jacket. Size: 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall; Trade Paperback in Good Condition. Afterword by Adam B. Ulam. White and gray cover shows light wear on front and edges. Soundly bound. A pencil line on bottom edge of text block. Internals in Very Good Condition--pages clean and clear, no markings of any kind, not toned. 27 illustrations. This book is about the murder of democracy in Czechoslovakia and the mysterious death of the Foreign Minister, Jan Masaryk. Eastern Europe after World War II belonged to the Soviet Union, something Masaryk and the Czech people could not accept. On March 10, 1948 Masaryk was found dead at Czernin Palace. The communists ruled his death a suicide. Most Czechs did not believe this and during the 1968 rebellion, in the relatively relaxed atmosphere of the Dubcek regime, they began a search for the truth. Claire Sterling, author, sifts all the explanations and builds a persuasive case for murder. 374 pages. 8.25 x 5.5 inches. A Nonpareil Book/David R Godine Publisher, Boston, MA 1982.
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