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KOLLOID-BEIHEFTE. (Ergnzungshefte zur Kolloid-Zeitschrift). Monographien zur reinen und angewandten Kolloidchemie. Band 50.

By Ostwald, Wolfgang.

Theodore Steinkopff, Dresden & Leipzig: ., 1939. 478 p. 8vo. 230 mm. Cloth backed marbled boards. On the front paste down is a Nazi registration stamp: 'Dereinnahmt im bestandbuch uber Bucher' dated 1942, and signed by Rosenberg as karteifuehrer. Carl Wilhelm Wolfgang Ostwald (1883-1943) was a German chemist and biologist famous for his research on colloids. He was born in Riga, the son of the 1909 winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Wilhelm Ostwald. 'In the early 20th century, before enzymology was well understood, colloids were thought to be the key to the operation of enzymes; i.e., the addition of small quantities of an enzyme to a quantity of water would, in some fashion yet to be specified, subtly alter the properties of the water so that it would break down the enzyme's specific substrate.' It was proposed that life itself was explainable in terms of the aggregate properties of all the colloidal substances that make up an organism. As more detailed knowledge of biology and biochemistry developed, the colloidal theory was replaced by the macromolecular theory.' The Nazi registration impratur (essentially a license to print or publish) makes this example all the more interesting. DENTISTRY 1. Signed by Author(s). Hardcover.

$50.00

CONVERSATIONS WITH ADOLF HITLER 1992-1994

By Schuster, Michael L.;Hearne, Ray Constance

Sufra Publications, 1995. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Fine.

$10.00

CONVERSATIONS WITH ADOLF HITLER 1992-1994

By Schuster, Michael L.;Hearne, Ray Constance

Sufra Publications, 1995. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Fine.

$10.00

PEN & PENCIL CLUB. GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY 1892-1942.

By Pen & Pencil Club of Philadelphia.

Pen & Pencil Club, Philadelphia: ., 1942. 64 p. Well illustrated. 4to. 310 mm. Original stiff blue wraps, lettered in gilt. The Pen & Pencil Club is a private social club and association of journalists in Philadelphia. It is the oldest continuously operating press club in America, and the second oldest in the world. It was founded in 1892,by reporters and editors at the city's seven morning and six evening newspapers by combining the Stylus Club, the Journalist Club of Philadelphia and the Reporters Club. Most of these newspapers no longer exist - but the club persists. "The club has seen many well-known faces in its history. President William Howard Taft once engaged in bar banter at the P&P until 5 a.m., after giving his bodyguards the lip. George M. Cohan felt at home here. So did past members Red Smith and Damon Runyon" and many others. For this anniversary books, Franklin D. Roosevelt sent his greetings. PAPAMPH Bx4. Soft cover. Very Good.

$40.00

ADOLF HITLER. Bilder aus dem Leben des Fuhrers.

By Hitler, Adolf; Goering, Hermann Wilhelm; Goebbels, Joseph; et. al.

Cigaretten-Bilderdienst, Hamburg / Bahrenfeld: ., 1936. 133 p. A remarkable collection of 200 tipped-in glossy printed photographs of Hitler as 'Der Fuher'. Includes a color frontispiece and 4 aquarelles + plus a huge (very worn) folding panorama of one of the great Nazi mass gatherings in Nuremberg. The photos are apparently all present and in fine condition. Some text leaves are brown, brittle, and/or chipped. Bound in orange boards with Hitler's name in gold gilt. Spine gone. Amazing propaganda distributed as premiums with cigarettes. WWII Bx2. Full Cloth. Hardcover.. Very Good.

$100.00

ON BORROWED TIME. How World War II Began.

By Mosley, Leonard.

Random House, New York: (1969)., 1969. pp. xvi, 509 + Numerous photographs. Map endpapers. 240mm. Original full black cloth binding. Original priced dust jacket, curled at edges. First Printing. WWII BX 4. 1st Edition. Hardcover.

$4.00

THE MAN WHO NEVER WAS.

By Montagu, Ewen.

Scholastic Book Services, New York: (September, 1963)., 1963. 152 p. Inked ownership on title page. 160mm. Softbound. Edges slightly rubbed. Priced Scholastic Book Services paperback. First Printing. WORLD WAR II BX 4. 1st Edition. Soft cover.

$3.00

TWENTIETH CENTURY WILDCATS. A History of the Pennsylvania National Guard Medical Units in Tioga County 1920-1963.

By Laird, Brigadier General Archibald.

Wellsboro Gazette, Wellsboro, PA: (1963)., 1963. pp. vii, 180 + Numerous photo illustrations. XLib. Tall 8vo. Original full cloth binding lettered and decorated in gold. Original dust jacket, stained. PA 33. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

$34.00

THEIR FINEST HOUR. The Story of the Battle of Britain 1940.

By Bishop, Edward.

Ballantine Books, New York: 1968., 1968. 160p. Profusely illustrated with photographs. Tall 8vo. Original full pictorial wraps, very slightly worn. Ballantine's Illustrated History of World War II, Battle Book, No. 17. Nice copy. WWII 2. Soft cover. Very Good.

$6.00

THE OFFICERS' GUIDE. 9th Edition. A Ready Reference on Customs and Correct Procedures Which Pertain to Commissioned Officers of the Army of the United States.

By Military Service Publishing Company.

Military Service Publishing Co., Harrisburg, PA: (1942)., 1942. 499p. + Plus Index and three color folding charts of Army Insignias. Numerous drawings, charts and photographs. Inked ownership of Robert H. Deardoff. Tall 8vo. Original full tan cloth binding, decorated with officer's hat on front cover. Top edges slightly faded. Original dust jacket, worn and torn. Nice example. WWII 1. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

$15.00

THE TIGERS ARE BURNING.

By Caidin, Martin.

Hawthorn Books, New York: (1974)., 1974. pp. viii, 243 + Plus photographs. 8vo. Original full cloth binding. Original dust jacket. Book Club edition. WWII 1. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

$8.00

THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. An Eightieth Year Tribute to Winston Churchill. Statesman, Historian, Sportsman, Soldier and Orator.

By Churchill; Winston; Ingram, Bruce (Editor).

The Illustrated London News, London: 1954., 1954. 68p. + 12 color plates. Illustrated with numerous newspaper photographs. Folio. Original red wraps, decorated and lettered in gold. Shelf mark on front cover. WORLD WAR II BOX 4. Soft cover. Very Good.

$7.00

TOTAL DEFENSE. [How will Hitler Attack America and what can we do to stop him now? In the Form of two memoranda, one to Hitler as if from the Reichsburo for Political Economy, the other to the President, Congress and People of the United States, this publ

By Foreman, Clark; Raushenbush, Joan.

Doubleday, Doran and Company, New York: (1940)., 1940. n.p. 8vo. Original full printed wraps in a tablet like format. XLib. Slightly worn. Pro-Nazi arguments bolstered with a report on projected plans for Nazi takeover of Central and South America. WWIIA/1.. Soft cover. Very Good.

$35.00

SEVEN SHORT YEARS.

By Johnson, Dr. Robert L.

(Philadelphia: 1948)., 1948. 105 p. + Numerous photo illustrations. Wide margins. Uncut. Dr. Robert Johnson card stapled to first fly leaf. 8vo. Cloth spine. Red paper boards with gold label. Dr. Johnson was president of Temple University during WW II. PA 18. Hardcover. Very Good.

$21.00

SEVEN YEARS THAT CHANGE THE WORLD 1941-1948.

By Anderson, Wing.

Kosmon Press, Los Angeles & London: (1941)., 1941. pp. xviii, 269. Text illustrations. Inked ownership of B. C. Rydzewski. 8vo. Original full red cloth binding, gold lettered. Spine very slightly worn. Second printing. WWII 3. Hardcover. Very Good.

$11.00

HISTORY OF THE 10TH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. Its Forebearers and Successors in the Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, and the Korean Emergency.

By Tenth Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.

(Harrisburg, PA: 1978)., 1978. 238 p. Numerous illustrations. XLib stamps on all edges. 4to. Original gold decorated blue cloth. In World War One this unit was designated part of the 110th PA Infantry. PA 34. Hardcover. Good.

$45.00

LUNACY BECOMES US. By Adolf Hitler and his Associates.

By Leiser, Clara (Editor).

Liveright Publishing Co., New York: (1939)., 1939. 138p. + Plus cartoon frontis and full page plates. Penciled underlings. 8vo. Original full orange cloth binding. Slight wear and soiling. Argues that the Nazis do have what could be called a sense of humor, thought most people "not being up on Aryantics, can't detect the amusing elements in contemporary German life." This is a helpful collection of Nazi statements "as an aid in interpretation. Just a spray of Adolfiniums, as it were, wafting the essence of Nazidiocy." **PRICE JUST REDUCED! WWII 2/3. Hardcover. Very Good.

$25.00

TOMMY AND JIMMY: THE DORSEY YEARS. Introduction by Bing Crosby.

By Sanford, Herb.

Arlington House, New Rochelle, NY: (1972)., 1972. 305p. Numerous photographs. Top edge dust spotted. Tall 8vo. Original full cloth binding. Original dust jacket, worn. "Herb Sanford unravels the Dorsey's complex relationship in a biography he is uniquely qualified to write. He got to know the Dorseys in 1925, soon became their good friend. This biography of the fabulous Dorseys is also something more. It is a portrait of a great era in American music and American life. Tommy and Jimmy came on the music scene just when the big bands were taking on a shape that would define the music of a whole generation.In an age of musical giants, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey commanded the peaks. They welded jazz and popular music, and gave distinction to both. In the twilight of the Big Band Era, the stars began to flicker. Glen Miller went first. Then the others: Artie Shaw, Paul Whiteman, Jimmie Lunceford, Claude Thornhill, Sammy Kaye, Glen Gray, Cab Calloway, Charlie Barnett, Eddy Duchin, Gene Krupa - some retired, some dead. Tommy and Jimmy held out longer than most. When they went, an era died with them." JAZZ 1 ** !. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

$25.00

THE KID NEXT DOOR.

By Cunningham, Bill.

Hale, Cushman & Flint, Boston: (1944)., 1944. 37p. Text surrounded with blue drawings of a suburban street. Small 8vo. Original full paper binding, pictorial vignette on front cover. Original dust jacket, slightly torn. First printing. Scarce. Very nice copy. WWII 2. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Dust Jacket Included.

$14.00

A FEW KIND WORDS FOR UNCLE SAM. (America's Efforts in World War II).

By Baruch, Bernard M.

Curtis Publishing Co., New York: (1948)., 1948. 18p. XLib. 8vo. Original printed wraps. Reprinted by special permission of the Saturday Evening Post. Very nice copy. Scarce. WWIIA/1. Soft cover. Very Good.

$18.00

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