Text has marking, Book has soiling, Solid, Cover has wear, No jacket, Good copy overall. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Good. 240 p. M. First published in 1956, an account of a young Polish cavalry officer who was arrested by the Russians, tortured and sentenced to 25 years forced labour. Describes his 3 month journey from Moscow to the prison camp in Siberia, his escape with 6 companions and their journey across the Gobi desert to Tibet and freedom.
Very Good. 1956. Cloth, dj. 8vo. 241 pp. Mild shelf wear, chipping, discoloration, and smudging to dust jacket otherwise protected by acetate cover. Pages are clean and unmarked. Altogether very sound. (Subject: Military History & Exploration. )
Good in good dust jacket. 1956. 239 pages. Pictorial dust jacket over cloth. Crisp pages with bold text, clear illustrations and some tanning to text block edges. Previous owner's inscription to front endpaper. Strong binding with neat clean cloth, shiny silver lettering and some light shelf wear. Clipped dust jacket has mild rubbing and tears along edges and over surfaces with some creasing. World of Rare Books Item ref. 1500296207CLK (Use this ID when enquiring about this item. )
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