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Veterans for Peace in Vietnam [pinback button]
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Veterans for Peace in Vietnam [pinback button]

New York: Vets for Peace, [197-]. 1.75 inch diameter pin, very good.

$25.00

The Golden Vanity
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The Golden Vanity

By Coleman, Lonnie

New York: Macmillan, 1962. Hardcover. 214p., very good to near fine first US edition in cloth boards and bright unclipped dj. Young 724. A Mister Roberts or Caine Mutiny story of two men fighting for command of a Navy cargo vessel during WWII.

$45.00

Afghanistan: a difficult path for peace
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Afghanistan: a difficult path for peace

By Ashraf, Mohammad

Moscow: Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, 1987. Paperback. 28p., staplebound booklet, wraps edgeworn, a reading copy. Defense of the Soviet-backed government and its fight against Muslim fundamentalists supported by the US. Describes reconciliation efforts to stop the war.

$12.00

Lesbian/Gay Veterans Day: marching to a different drummer [handbill/poster] Coming out in World War II; a slide/talk with a focus on gay men by Allan Berube
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Lesbian/Gay Veterans Day: marching to a different drummer [handbill/poster] Coming out in World War II; a slide/talk with a focus on gay men by Allan Berube

By Berube, Allan

New York: Lesbian & Gay Project of New York, 1980. Single8.5x14 inch handbill/poster printed one side with 1940s-era drawing of soldiers, sailors and WACs, event information at bottom, horizontal fold crease, crinkling to top edge.

$15.00

Caius Marius
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Caius Marius

By Kildahl, Phillip A.

New York: Twayne Publishers, Inc, 1968. 191p., illustrated with a line map and a chronology; hardbound in 8x5.5 inch maroon leatherette gilt and dust jacket. An ex library copy with an ugly pocket and a titlepage rubberstamp, both overstamped "Withdrawn" (top edge also stamped), these the only damage to the book itself, which has entirely presentable cover and text; while the dj spine panel is a little faded with an inconspicuous label at the heel. Reading copy, structurally very good. Apparently a useful item unaccountably scarce, to judge by prices asked. Twayne's Rulers and statesmen of the world series, 7.

$60.00

Third World America / Unite against the war / April 15 / SMC [pinback button]
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Third World America / Unite against the war / April 15 / SMC [pinback button]

By Student Mobilization Committee

Richmond Hill, NY: Mfg. by Columbia Advertising, 1970. 1.75 inch diameter pin, raised fist on red field; some oxidation to metal rim on reverse.

$20.00

Dignity for All \
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Dignity for All "Queer Work" and Gay Activism in the Marine Cooks & Stewards Union 1930s to 1950s and Stripping Down: Undressing the Military's Anti-Gay Policy [handbill]

By [Berube, Allan]

San Francisco: Self-published by the author, no date. Single 8.5x11 inch handbill printed both sides black text and drawings/photos on white stock, very good. A single handbill announcing two lectures/slide shows by Berube.

$15.00

Bragg Briefs vol. 5, no. 3 and 4 (Sept. and Nov. 1972)
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Bragg Briefs vol. 5, no. 3 and 4 (Sept. and Nov. 1972)

Spring Lake, NC: GIs United Against the War in Vietnam, 1972. Two issues of the tabloid format newspaper, paper toned and edgeworn, the latter issue with a long closed tear to the rear page, 8 pages each. Published by antiwar active duty GIs at Fort Bragg, NC.

$35.00

Avarayr
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Avarayr

By Gulbekian, Yedvard

New York: Diocese of the Armenian Church of America, 1971. 20p., staplebound pamphlet, very good. Text in Armenian and English. On a fifth century battle against the Sasanian Empire.

$20.00

RenoOut: The Northern Nevada LGBT Community Voice; November 2008; A Salute to Those Who Serve
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RenoOut: The Northern Nevada LGBT Community Voice; November 2008; A Salute to Those Who Serve

By Grotz, Laura, editor

Reno: RenoOut Magazine, 2008. Magazine. 36p. includes covers, 7.5x10.25 inches, photos, reviews, news, events, ads, services and resources, very good magazine in stapled pictorial wraps. Nevada gay fashion, politics, news, events, entertainment.

$15.00

Vet Net: Veterans National Network News; vol. 2, #2, February, 1985; Dynamic Speaker for February: Dr. Alan Cantwell, MD
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Vet Net: Veterans National Network News; vol. 2, #2, February, 1985; Dynamic Speaker for February: Dr. Alan Cantwell, MD

By Johnston, Ron, editor, Jim Highland et al.

Los Angeles: VNN/Los Angeles Council, 1985. 6p., 8.5x11 inches stapled upper-left corner, articles, news, events, services and resources, very good. Cover article on the speaking engagement of AIDS researcher Cantwell.

$15.00

The case of the legless veteran
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The case of the legless veteran

By Kutcher, James

New York: Pathfinder, 1995. Paperback. 309p., wraps shelf worn, later printing else good condition. Case of a veteran American Trotskyist who lost both legs in World War II, was in 1948 subjected to the first of a series of witchhunt attacks.

$12.00

A limited incursion into Congress \'Land\': Operation Dewey Canyon IV [double-sided broadside]
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A limited incursion into Congress 'Land': Operation Dewey Canyon IV [double-sided broadside]

By Vietnam Veterans Against the War

Chicago: VVAW, 1982. 17.5x11 inch sheet, printed both sides, vertical fold. Calls for a gathering of anti-war veterans in Washington DC, named after the last major offensive by the 3rd Marine Division in Vietnam. Major issues addressed included veteran benefits, aftereffects of Agent Orange, and US involvement in Central America.

$17.00

GIs are not strikebreakers or riot cops! [adhesive label]
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GIs are not strikebreakers or riot cops! [adhesive label]

n.p., [197-]. 3.75x4 inch sheet with printed text one side, adhesive gum on the other, intended to be moistened and stuck like a stamp. Very good. From a former activist with Vietnam Veterans Against the War.

$10.00

The Pentagon Papers
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The Pentagon Papers

Los Angeles, CA: The Pentagon Papers Project, 1972. [8p.], wraps, very good, 7x8.5 inches. Booklet of quotations from the Papers, as well as quotes from Ellsberg and Russo on why they should be released.

$12.00

The Guidon. National newsletter. No. 73
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The Guidon. National newsletter. No. 73

By Vietnam Veterans Against the War

Chicago: VVAW, 1978. 6p, 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets stapled at corner; address label and stamp on rear cover, otherwise very good. Includes coverage of Agent Orange activism.

$15.00

End as a Man
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End as a Man

By Willingham, Calder

New York: The Vanguard Press, 1947. Hardcover. 350p.,very good sixth printing in cloth boards and edgeworn, price-clipped pink dj. The author's first book concerns the students at a southern military academy. Filmed in the 1950s as "The Strange One" with Ben Gazzara. Young 4164.

$20.00

The military-industrial complex: its aims, interests and mechanism
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The military-industrial complex: its aims, interests and mechanism

By Bugrov, Evgeny, et al.

Moscow: New Times, 1986. 32p., staplebound pamphlet, 8.25x11 inches.

$15.00

De Malaga a Tortosa; el CTV (Cuerpo de Tropas Voluntarias Italianas), con pr\'logo de S. E. El General Mario Bertie, Comandante del CTV, versión Española por el legionario Luis Maria Alberde
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De Malaga a Tortosa; el CTV (Cuerpo de Tropas Voluntarias Italianas), con pr'logo de S. E. El General Mario Bertie, Comandante del CTV, versión Española por el legionario Luis Maria Alberde

By Caloro, Bonaventura

Zaragoza: Ediciones Il Legionario, 1938. 46p. including maps, wraps, 6 x 8 inches, pages browned, wraps stained, foxed, and beginning to detach, a reading copy only. Text in Spanish.

$25.00

Living at the Crossroads; A Guide to the Isthmus of Panama. Illustrated by Guthrie Crowe, Pete Johnson, With Cover Design by Paul Colby
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Living at the Crossroads; A Guide to the Isthmus of Panama. Illustrated by Guthrie Crowe, Pete Johnson, With Cover Design by Paul Colby

By Schull, Helen Gunner, Marjorie Kingsland Woodruff, Yolanda Camarano de Sucre: editor/compilers

[Panama City]: Imprenta Nacional, Panama, R.P. / InterAmerican Women's Club, 1957. Paperback. 165p., illustrated with fuzzy photos and cartooned humor, a small softbound in overlapping 7.5x5.5 inch decorated wraps. The overlapped edges are worn, the buff areas of covers have picked up mild dust-soil, item is clean within and quite sound, a good to very good copy. Find advice on food preparation (oil your hands, veggies here may have harsh skins), hiring ("Iguana stew is my specialty"), dressing yourself and your kids for the weather. Pointers for military, diplomatic, and undiplomatic families who have come to live with and wring coin from the hard hands of peasants. Cartooned illustrations feature lithe but buxom young tourist ladies in situations with Panamanians. A preliminary notice by the Club thanks Union Oil and Esso (as well as local hostelries, jewelers and newspapers, who get mentioned in the text) for "donations toward the cost of publishing this book

$15.00

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