Very Good in Very Good-dust jacket. "The factual story of the underground nerve center from which the war was conducted in London. " A little dampstaining to rear of dust jacket; a nice clean, tight and unmarked book.; B&W Photographs; 8vo; 314 pages.
Yes jacket. First edition. Cloth, 314 pps. with index, bibliography. The factual story of the underground nerve center from which World War II was conducted in London. Located 150 feet below Whitehall, six acres of ground hid chambers for the War Cabinet and staff officials as well as secret documents and war maps; there was also a secret room where Winston Churchill has a direct line to the FDR in the White House. The title refers to a wall clock that showed the time in both London and Washington. Fine in moderately edegworn dust jacket with internal tape repairs.
Very Good + in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Clean in sound binding. VG+ in good scuffed dust jacket with chip to rear dj panel. 'The clock with four hands; based on the experiences of General Sir Leslie Hollis. ' 314 pages; illustrated, plates, portratis; 22 cm. Includes Bibliography and Index.
The factual story of the underground nerve center from which the war was conducted in London. NY, Reynal, copy. 1959, 1st edition hardcover, pink cloth, very good, fair serviceable dust jacket, 5-1/2"x8-1/2", 314 pages. mxx.
Good+ in Good dust jacket. Ex-library with call label on DJ's spine & markings on title & dedication pages and the bfep. Very minor wear and soil on the sound binding. Minor edge soil. Shoe print on pages 152, 153, else contents are clean, unworn. The DJ, which is protected by clear plastic, is glued onto the pastedowns. DJ is not much to look at, but it provides plenty of protection and information.; 8-1/2" Tall, 314pp. Red cloth, bright gold spine lettering. This is the original 1959 publication, not a recent reprint. WAR. "The factual story of the underground nerve center from which the World War II was conducted in London. One hundred and fifty feet below Whitehall, covering six acres of ground, were the hidden chambers for meetings of the War Cabinet and staff officials. They also housed the secret documents and war maps on which most of the important decisions were made. Here, also, was the secret room where Winston Churchill had a direct line to the White House and on the wall was 'the clock with four hands' showing the time in Washington as well as in London. This book also tells in part the story of General Leslie Hollis who was for six years Secretary of the Joint Planning Committee of the Chiefs of Staff and who sat in on all the important meetings of the War Cabinet and attended all the international conferences during the entire war. " 8-page b/w photo section. Index. Bibliography.
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