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Ich Fuhle Mich So Frisch ....i Feel So Fresh Aerial Propaganda Leaflet

By Hitler, Adolf

1942. Photographic propaganda leaflet measuring 21.5cm X Printed in the UK and disseminated by aircraft between March 1942 and May 1942.('I feel so fresh. Spring is coming') A smiling Adolf Hitler is pictured standing among frozen bodies of dead German soldiers lying in the snow. The ironic quote refers to the fact that, during the invasion and occupation of Poland, Hitler seemed oblivous to the numbers of German casualties, which were higher than expected. German casualty statistics were incorrect due to thousands being attributed as 'missing' rather than dead. US Produced Leaflet for dropping on Germans .


The Army of the Potomac in 3 Volumes, Boxed Set in Slipcase

By Catton, Bruce

New York: Doubleday, 1953. A handsome boxed set of all three volumes in black paper slipcase with attractive lettering and description label pasted on one side. Includes: Mr. Lincoln's Army; Glory Road; A Stillness at Appomattox, . This is the complete and unabridged three-volume history of quiet citizens who, out of necessity, turned soldiers to match and exceed the challenges of the American Civil War. All three volumes are in Fine and unread condition, dustjackets are in Very Good condition with light fading of the spines and the slipcase is in Very Good and solid condition. All 3 dust jackets are price-clipped.. Special Boxed Set Edition. Slip Case. Fine/Near Fine.


Ponce De Leon the Rise of the Argentine Republic

By An Estanciero

Buenos Aires: Mitchell's Book Store, 1910. Very Good condition in blue cloth hardcover with shiny gilt lettering on the spine. Private ex-libris embossed stamp and previous owner's inscription from Buenos Aires. Light discoloration on the lower half of the rear cover, else in excellent and clean condition. 436 pages.".... this book was first published in 1878 and has long been out of print. considered one of the best and most accurate description of the British Invasion and the rise of the Argentine Republic". First Edition. Very Good.


The Big Gun Aberdeen Proving Ground Maryland

Baltimore: Raine,, 1918. Large red cloth Hardcover , a photographic history of the Ordnance Department, U.S. Army, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland in 1918. 214 pages , covers worn but inside nice and clean, no smudges or foxing on any of the photographs.. First American Edition. Very Good.


Yankee Ingenuity in the War

By Stockbridge, Frank Parker

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1920. In elaborately embossed brown cloth Hardcover with war scene embossed on cover. 372pp. Fully ilustrated from official photographs. A very attractive book with only a small tear along the top edge of the spine. An account of the technical achievements of America that "went so far toward the winning of the Great War." Includes chapters on the "Liberty Motor," "three inch gun," "airplanes," "night bombing planes" and hundreds of black and white photographs. A heavy book.. First American Edition. Very Good.


Pa Deporteto Pedam Latviesi Padomju Vergu Darba

By Silde, Adolfs

Latvia: Gramatu Draugs, 1956. Text in Latvian. Endpapers represent maps of forced labor camps and prisons for Baltic deportees in the USSR. Text is in Latvian. In beige cloth Hardcover with striking metallic red cover design and stark red/black dustjacket. 303 pages illustrated by numerous black and white photographs.. Fine/Very Good.