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Trading With the Enemy: An Expose of the Nazi-American Money Plot, 1933-1949

by Higham, Charles

Condition: Fine/Near Very Fine

Delacorte Press, 1983. (3d) Dedicated to George Seldes. Larger book, fine red cloth spine, black boards, very bright gilt lettering on spine, 277 pages. DJ glossy red background with illustration of a $10,000 bill split by Nazi swastika on front, gold lettering and design, b/w photo of Higham on back. DJ has very tiny scratch at top back edge near tip. Near Very Fine DJ/Very Fine book.. 3d. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Very Fine.


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