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Day of Trinity : The Dramatic Story of the Men Who Opened the Nuclear Age

by Lansing Lamont

Condition: Fine in a Near Fine Jacket


London: Hutchinson, 1966. Pale beige boards the titles in black to the spine. a tight and well cared for copy.There are no marks of any kind.The jacket shows light shelf wear..a little chaffed at the head of the spine.Edges are clean and white.. First Thus. Cloth Hard Cover. Fine in a Near Fine Jacket. Illus. by B/W Photographs. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.




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