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Economic War After the War
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Economic War After the War

By Dickinson, G. Lowes

London: Union of Democratic Control, 1916. 20p., stapled wraps, 5.5 x 8.8 inches, staples rusted, wraps worn, else good condition. Union of Democratic Control No. 19a.

$25.00

War Scandals
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War Scandals

By Cameronian of 'Reynolds'

London: Lawrence and Wishart Ltd, 1936. Pamphlet. 40p., 5.5x8.5 inches, stapled pamphlet, rust to staples, toned at wraps' edges, a few tiny dog-ears, else good. "Cameronian" was the pseudonym of writer for Reynolds News, a Left UK Sunday newspaper. Discusses various scandals of corruption, etc. during World War I. Top chapter title: "Congenital Idiots Enter Paradise

$12.00

I didn\'t raise my boy to be a soldier [sheet music]
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I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier [sheet music]

By Bryan, Alfred; Al Piantadosi; Ed. Morton

New York: Leo Feist, 1915. 4p., sheet music, rather worn, with some edge tears, interior tape reinforcement, penned ownership signature; a reference or display copy only. "Ed. Morton's sensational anti-war song hit." "Ten million soldiers to the war have gone, Who may never return again. Ten million mothers' hearts must break, For the ones who died in vain. Head bowed down in sorrow in her lonely years, I heard a mother murmur thro' her tears: Chorus: I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier, I brought him up to be my pride and joy, Who dares to put a musket on his shoulder, To shoot some other mother's darling boy? Let nations arbitrate their future troubles, It's time to lay the sword and gun away, There'd be no war today, If mothers all would say, I didn't raise my boy to be a soldier...

$15.00

This Man Was Right: A Collection of Extracts from Addresses given from 1913-1918 by President James Woodrow Wilson appropriate to the Present Time.  Arranged with an Introduction by Hugh J. Schonfield
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This Man Was Right: A Collection of Extracts from Addresses given from 1913-1918 by President James Woodrow Wilson appropriate to the Present Time. Arranged with an Introduction by Hugh J. Schonfield

By Schonfield, Hugh J.

London: W. H. Allen & Coy., Ltd, 1943. Pamphlet. 64p., stapled wraps, 5 x 8.5 inches, wraps worn, rear wrap heavily soiled else good condition. Cover caption: Woodrow WIlson Speaks Again. Across the Span of Two World Wars Comes a Voice That the Peacemakers, This Time, Must Heed. The author argues that Wilson's speeches on World War I apply equally to World War II.

$12.00

The Lie About the War
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The Lie About the War

By Jerrold, Douglas

London: Faber and Faber, 1930. Pamphlet. 48p., stapled wraps, 5.5 x 7.75 inches, wraps worn and soiled, 1.5 inch closed tear along bottom of spine on both front and rear wraps, else good condition. Criterion Miscellany No. 9. On literature written about World War I . Jerrold argues that popular books of the time present a false picture of the war and are therefore "a danger to the cause of peace

$35.00

What the Jews of the British Empire did in the Great War
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What the Jews of the British Empire did in the Great War

London: Woburn Press, 1936. 4p., staplebound pamphlet, edgeworn, some rust to the staples. A response to anti-Semitic propaganda of the time which claimed that Jews had failed to fight in the service of the Empire during the first World War.

$12.00

The Story of a Court-Martial
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The Story of a Court-Martial

By Whitehead, George

London: nopub, nd. Paperback. 39p., wraps, 5.25 x 7.25 inches, wraps unevenly toned at edges, spine chipped at head, small stain on front wrap else good condition. "This booklet contains an entertaining account...of the author's experiences in a guard-room whilst awaiting trial as a conscientious objector during [World War I]. In addition to the humour, a graver note is sounded by the inclusion of the speech, amde at the court-martial, which under the title of "Conscience and War", was regarded by many of its previous reasers as the most striking statement of the conscientious objectors' case that has appeared. The object of this publication is to make war unpopular."-front wrap.

$40.00

Le congres manque; l\'internationale a la vielle de la premiere guerre mondiale, etude et documents
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Le congres manque; l'internationale a la vielle de la premiere guerre mondiale, etude et documents

By Haupt, Georges

Paris: Francois Maspero, 1965. Paperback. 299p., softbound in 8.5x5.5 inch glazed wraps; spine has a reader's crease, bottom edge bears a seller's remainder mark, otherwise faint signs of handling and age. Bibliotheque socialiste 6.

$22.00

Letters from the Kaiser to the Czar; Copied from government archives in Petrograd unpublished before 1920. Private letters from the Kaiser to the Czar found in a chest after the Czar\'s execution and now in possession of the Soviet Government. Copied and brought from Russia by Isaac Don Levine
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Letters from the Kaiser to the Czar; Copied from government archives in Petrograd unpublished before 1920. Private letters from the Kaiser to the Czar found in a chest after the Czar's execution and now in possession of the Soviet Government. Copied and brought from Russia by Isaac Don Levine

By Levine, Isaac Don, compiler. Nicholal Romanoff, czar; Kaiser Wilhelm

New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, Publishers, 1920. Hardcover. xxxv, 264p., first American edition, hardbound in textured brown cloth boards titled bronze. Illustrated with scattered b&w photographic images on coated inserted stock. Untrimmed edges, a nice production in very good condition: square and sound, has a touch of fray at the tail and corner-tips are faintly turned, but everything else excellent, clean, with perfect hinges, tissue-guarded frontis (double portrait) in perfect shape. The small old bookplate to pastedown.is more ornament than drawback.

$25.00

First Encounter
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First Encounter

By Dos Passos, John

New York: Philosophical Library, 1945. Hardcover. 160p., preface (dated 1945) pages toned, worn in red cloth boards and gilt, worn dj. The lives of frontline soldiers in 1918 including an anarchist.

$12.00

German war tokens. \
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German war tokens. "Notgeld

By Eklund, O P; Helen Woodburn

n.p.: American Numismatic Association, 1948. 185 pages, staplebound booklet, spine faded, edge nics at bottom of front cover. Catalog of emergency issues from the first World War. Reprinted from "The Numismatist," with supplement by Woodburn.

$20.00

America\'s democratic opportunities; an address delivered before the City Club of Cleveland, October 6th, 1917. Being the first public exposition of the principles of the National Party
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America's democratic opportunities; an address delivered before the City Club of Cleveland, October 6th, 1917. Being the first public exposition of the principles of the National Party

By Spargo, John

Cleveland: The City Club of Cleveland, 1917. Pamphlet. 15p., wraps slightly edge worn and browned else very good condition, 5.5x8.5 inches.

$25.00

Emergency coins of Germany: metal and porcelain
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Emergency coins of Germany: metal and porcelain

By Upton, Richard

n.p.: Emergency Money Society, 1970. viii, 200 pages, staplebound booklet, very good. Catalog of notgeld and related coinage.

$30.00

Leaves from My Life
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Leaves from My Life

By Kilmer, Annie Kilburn, Mother of Sergeant Joyce Kilmer

New York: Frye Publishing Co, 1925. Hardcover. 153p., larded with several dozen b&w photographic plates on inserted coated stock, first edition red cloth boards gilt-titled. Mildly edgeworn along most extremities, most noticibly along front joint, with slight bubbling of rear cover cloth, front pastedown bears a neat ownership signature else perfectly clean, unmarked and sound, a good copy. Author's own poem at terminus shows where the sergeant came from: trees, technique, not great but no let-down.

$22.00

Nuns of The Battlefield. This book is reprinted to commemorate the Centennial Year of the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians. It  is dedicated to the many women who have participated in a century of dedication Religion, Heritage and Charity
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Nuns of The Battlefield. This book is reprinted to commemorate the Centennial Year of the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians. It is dedicated to the many women who have participated in a century of dedication Religion, Heritage and Charity

By Jolly, Ellen Ryan, compiler and author

Providence RI: The Providence Visitor Press, undated reprint. Paperback. ix, 336p., trade paperbound in 9.6 inch plain printed green wraps; a little exterior rubbing, entirely clean and sound, a very good copy.

$20.00

The State
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The State

By Bourne, Randolph

Tucson, AZ: See Sharp Press, 1998. Pamphlet. 42p., 5.5x8.5 inches, pictorial wraps, stapled booklet, a few spots on a few pages, small bookstore sticker on back cover, else very good.

$15.00

The price we pay
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The price we pay

By Tucker, Irwin St. John

Chicago: National Office, Socialist Party, 1917. [4p.] brochure, 5.875x9.25 inches, paper browned with extensive chipping in the margins and stains in the margins. Opposed to the war and conscription, published as an inducement to subscribe to The American Socialist. Tucker, born in Mobile Alabama, was a priest of the Protestant Episcopal Church. "War is the price of your stupidity, you who have rejected Socialism!

$12.00

Campaign Summaries
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Campaign Summaries

By Elliott, J. R., compiler

West Point NY: Department of Military Art and Engineering, 1942. Staplebound collection of battle charts under plain printed 9x6 inch grey cover sheets, a teaching aid possibly drawn from larger sources; maps are captioned, no running text, captions both printed and typewritten. Minimalist presentation, titling only, with the author's name per an OCLC holding. Covers a bit foxed and dust-soiled, small splash stain at the heel, staples touched with rust; a good (good-only) copy. Printed recto only with versos blank, Unpaginated, about 25 or 30 maps. The bulk of the troop movement plats concern Napoleonic fighting, with shorter sections on the American Civil War and World War One.

$20.00

Hrvatski Bog Mars
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Hrvatski Bog Mars

By Krleza, Miroslav

Sarajevo: Svjetlost, 1967. Hardcover. 344p., text block coming lose from spine else good condition in boards, no dj. Text in Croatian. Dzepna biblioteka izabranih djela. Anti-war collection of short stories about Croatian soldiers in World War I.

$35.00

A History of the Balkans, A Regional Overview. Volume 2
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A History of the Balkans, A Regional Overview. Volume 2

By Tzvetkov, Plamen S.

San Francisco / Lewiston NY: EM Text / The Edward Mellen Press, 1993. Paperback. 596p., plain printed wraps in the Mellen manner, 9x6 inches, a good sound copy with a very little external handling soil and perfect cleanliness within; this second volume starts with the "modern" period and "The beginnings of the Third Bulgarian State

$20.00

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