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Trading With the Enemy: An expos? of the Nazi-American money plot, 1933-1949 by Charles Higham (1983-05-03)

by Higham, Charles

Condition: Very Good


Delacorte Press. Hardcover. 0440090644 Copyright 1983 Charles Higham. Published by Delacorte Press. 276 numbered pages, plus contents, preface, and acknowledgements. Very good hardcover book. DJ included. A few minor scratches and stains to dust jacket. Small piece of tape on head and foot on front and back board. Ex-Library with usual markings, sleeve, and slip. Small tape stains to head and foot of front end and back end pages. A bit of staining to text block. Tight binding, solid text block, and clean, unmarked text pages. 0440090644. Packaged using bubble wrap and a sturdy cardboard box. Tracking number provided for no extra cost. Thank you for supporting our small town, family owned book store. . Very Good.


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