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Il Reduce da Tripoli [Le Permissionnaire]

Il Reduce da Tripoli [Le Permissionnaire]

by Hanriot, Hippolyte; trans. A. Zuliani

Ginevra: Ed. del Risveglio, [191-?]. 29p., staplebound booklet, paper toned, minor corner chipping. Script for a one-act anti-war drama, adapted to critique the Italian campaign in Libya.
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$75.00
Communism is evil

Communism is evil

by Gordon, Andrew

Bel Air Park, [British Guiana]: Argosy Co, 1960. Paperback. 22p., wraps slightly toned else very good condition, 5.25x8 inches.
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$25.00
A New and Accurate Map of the Empire of Japan

A New and Accurate Map of the Empire of Japan

by BOWEN, Emanuel

Map. Engraving. Image measures 14 x 17". This map of the Empire of Japan owes its detail to the writings of Jesuit missionaries and Portuguese and Dutch explorers. The interior of the archipelago is described in great detail, with the names of cities, towns, rivers, and lakes dispersed among pictorial mountains. Furthermore, the map contains ample information about many the smaller islands of the archipelago, which are often accompanied by explanatory notes about discovery and colonialism. Some... Read more
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$950.00
Great Britain in modern Africa; with portraits

Great Britain in modern Africa; with portraits

by Sanderson, Edgar

New York: Negro Universities Press, 1970. vii+380p., frontis, introductory, index, folding map, plates, very good reprint of the 1907 edition in punlisher's original brown cloth and gilt.
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$12.00
A Coromantyn Free Negro, or Ranger, armed

A Coromantyn Free Negro, or Ranger, armed

by BLAKE, William

London: Joseph Johnson. unbound. very good(+). William Blake. Etching and engraving. 10.25" x 7.75". Minor toning and light foxing at edges, otherwise in very good condition. A plate from John Gabriel Stedman's "Narrative of a Five Years' Expedition against the Revolted Slaves of Surinam" (London: Joseph Johnson, 1796). This book, with its graphic depiction of slavery and colonization in the New World, became an important reference for early abolitionists. Image shows the... Read more
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$750.00
Support of schools in colonial New York by the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts

Support of schools in colonial New York by the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts

by Kemp, William Webb

New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1913. viii, 279 p, navy blue cloth-backed boards with slightly bumped spine, owner's stamp on title page, mild yellowing of endpapers, scattered underlines and brackets in ink. A reading copy. Contributions to Education, no. 56. Efforts by 17th century Church of England to bring religious education to the American colonies.
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$15.00
Vietnam and "Malaysia

Vietnam and "Malaysia

by Movement for Colonial Freedom

London: Movement for Colonial Freedom, 1965. Four-panel brochure, very good, 5.5x8.5 inches. Argues that SEATO has usually "acted as a prop for reactionary and unrepresentative governments and has helped to suppress the struggle of the people for national freedom and economic independence.
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$18.00
St. Eustache Une Des Isles D'Antilles

St. Eustache Une Des Isles D'Antilles

by BERGMILLER

Optic View. Etching with original hand coloring. Page measures 14 1/4" x 20". A stand off takes place on February 3, 1781 when fifteen large British ships and numerous other smaller ships carrying soldiers and supplies filled the harbor at St. Eustache prepared to invade and take control from the Dutch. George Brydges Rodney the British commander of the fleet had over 1,000 cannons compared to the 12 held by Dutch Governor De Graaff. Ultimately, De Graaff surrendered the island. The Dutch... Read more
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$500.00
The new world of Negro Americans; the impact of world affairs on the race problem in the United States and particularly on the Negro, his view of himself, his country, and of Africa

The new world of Negro Americans; the impact of world affairs on the race problem in the United States and particularly on the Negro, his view of himself, his country, and of Africa

by Isaacs, Harold R

New York: The John Day Company, 1963. xviii, 366p., dj. A study from the center for international studies, MIT.
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$15.00
Britain's crisis of empire

Britain's crisis of empire

by Dutt, R. Palme

London: Lawrence and Wishart, with International Publishers dj, 1950. 166p., very good hardcover in worn and silverfished dj. Printed by the Communist Party's publishing house for the imported British edition.
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$12.00
Rise and Fulfilment of British Rule in India

Rise and Fulfilment of British Rule in India

by Thompson, Edward; G.T. Garratt

New York: AMS Press, 1971. xi, 690p., hardcover, red boards lightly scuffed, interior clean. Reprint of the 1934 classic history of British colonial activity on the subcontinent.
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$12.00
Political change in a traditional African clan; a structural-functional analysis of the Nsits of Nigeria

Political change in a traditional African clan; a structural-functional analysis of the Nsits of Nigeria

by Scarritt, James R

Denver: University of Denver, 1965. i+54p., 8.5x11 inches, preface, introduction, footnotes, conclusion, bibliography, tables, very good in original wraps. The Social Science Foundation and Graduate School of International Studies Monograph Series in World Affairs No. 3 -- 1964-1965.
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$18.00
NACLA newsletter

NACLA newsletter

New York: North American Congress on Latin America, 1970. 16p., wraps. This issue includes "The Science of Neocolonialism part 2" by Carol Brightman and Mike Klare, "Father Lain Joins the Guerrillas," "Chemical Warfare Training in the U.S.", illustrations, tables. The information source for the Left in Latin America. Vol. IV, No. 1, March. The NACLA Newsletter, which became the Latin America & Empire Report in the early 1970s, was the primary source for Left-wing reportage on events and institutions... Read more
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$12.00
Notes on the Introduction of Decimal Coinage in the Union of South Africa

Notes on the Introduction of Decimal Coinage in the Union of South Africa

London: The Standard Bank of South Africa Ltd, 1960. 15p., stapled wraps, 5 x 8.25 inches, lightly worn else very good condition.
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$15.00
The Movements of Movements: Part 1 What Makes Us Move

The Movements of Movements: Part 1 What Makes Us Move

by Sen, Jai (ed.)

Oakland: PM Press, 2017. Paperback. xii+669p., trade paperback, New. OpenWord's Challenging Empires Series. Over two dozen authors discuss various social movements world-wide; what triggers them and what sustains them.
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$20.00
Herrenmenschen; Frauen im deutschen Kolonialismus

Herrenmenschen; Frauen im deutschen Kolonialismus

by Mamozai, Martha

Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1982. 312p., period photos reproduced here and there, pocket-size 7.5x5 inch wraps, somewhat edgeworn and handled, a good copy.
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$12.00
Political Integration in French-Speaking Africa

Political Integration in French-Speaking Africa

by Jalloh, Abdul A

Berkeley: Institute of International Studies, 1973. Paperback. xii, 208p., softback, reproduced from keyboard-set mss, 9x6 inch plain printed orange wraps. Some toning shadow on the first several leaves from something (newsclip?) once laid in, a very good copy. Research series no. 20.
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$15.00
Proclamation to the People of the Philippine Islands

Proclamation to the People of the Philippine Islands

by The United States Philippine Commission

Manila: US Philippine Comission, 1899. Document. Sheet measures 27 3/8" x 12 1/8" Expertly restored and lined. Original broadside of the Proclamation from April 4, 1899 by the United States Philippine Commission following the "Treaty of Peace" (Treaty of Paris) which ended the Spanish-American War. The document outlines the US Government's intentions and expectations of the Philippine people. A fascinating historical document that provides context for the subsequent... Read more
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$1,100.00
Surprise De St. Eustache

Surprise De St. Eustache

by PONCE, Nicolas

Engraving. Page measures 10 1/4" x 13". This colorful engraving depicts the surprise attack by the French against the British at St. Eustache in 1781 during the American Revolution. St. Eustache, the Dutch owned island in the Caribbean was a major port and trading post during the Revolution and at this time was ultimately captured by the French thus ending British control. The hand coloring distinguishes the French and British uniforms showing the French overpowering the battle scene.... Read more
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$500.00
Third Congress of the Labour and Socialist International, Brussels, 5th to 11th August, 1928. Reports and proceedings

Third Congress of the Labour and Socialist International, Brussels, 5th to 11th August, 1928. Reports and proceedings

by Labour and Socialist International

Zurich & London: Secretariat of the Labour and Socialist International and Labour Party, 1928. Paperback. Three volumes (various paginations), wraps edge worn and faded along the spines, a few stains on the wraps of the first two volumes, large bookplate of W.E.D. Allen in each volume else good condition and complete, illustrated with portraits. Vol. 1: Reports of the Secretariat of L.S.L., Vol. 2: The colonial problem, Vol. 3: Proceedings of Congress.
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$125.00
Nationalism and Indirect Rule in the Gold Coast, 1900-1950: The Specific Economic and Cultural Factors Leading Up to the Current Situation

Nationalism and Indirect Rule in the Gold Coast, 1900-1950: The Specific Economic and Cultural Factors Leading Up to the Current Situation

by Gildea, Ray Y., Jr

New York: The William-Frederick Press, 1964. 34p., stapled wraps, pencil notation on front wrap, staples rusted else very good condition.
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$15.00
Exposition Coloniale Internationale de Paris 1931 [titlepage]  /  L'Illustration Mai 1931,  L'Exposition Coloniale, Album hors serie  [cover title]

Exposition Coloniale Internationale de Paris 1931 [titlepage] / L'Illustration Mai 1931, L'Exposition Coloniale, Album hors serie [cover title]

Paris: L'Illustration, 1931. Unpaginated, perhaps because "hors serie" and not to be confused with a regular issue. Profuse illustrations with plenty of color, also sepia and b&w. Scattered essays are boilerplate, of course. Format is that of the magazine proper: 15x11 inches, cover has color plate affixed. Complete text but in wretched shape, spine dreadfully chipped, front wrap detached or nearly so, staples exposed. Could be worse; the textblock is sound in itself, complete as said, and only mildly... Read more
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$40.00
The African Slave Trade. Precolonial History 1450-1850

The African Slave Trade. Precolonial History 1450-1850

by Davidson, Basil

Boston: an atlantic monthly press book / Little, Brown and Company, 1961. Paperback. xxvii, 311p., reprint in 7.5x5 inch soft binding of the Davidson book first published as "Black Mother;" mild rubbing to covers, a sound copy, cleanly and unmarked.
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$12.00
Landet med de Lykkelige Smil; En Karavanefaered Gennem Burma

Landet med de Lykkelige Smil; En Karavanefaered Gennem Burma

by Nielsen, Aage Krarup

Kobenhavn: Glydendalske Boghandel - Nordisk Forlag, 1942. Hardcover. 176p., numerous b&w site and portrait photos on inserted coated stock, a custom-bound travel/anthropology account entirely in Danish; the textblock consists of the softback original with its striking wraps well-preserved, now cased into quarter-leather over 10x7 inch marbled boards. The brown leather is pressed calf with black leather spine labels, not a well-tanned hide, the calf deteriorating around every extremity (but not yet... Read more
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$25.00
Against colonialism and aggression in Vietnam. 6th World Trade Union Congress, Warsaw, 8-22 October 1965

Against colonialism and aggression in Vietnam. 6th World Trade Union Congress, Warsaw, 8-22 October 1965

Berlin: World Federation of Trade Unions, 1966. 96p., slender paperback, light handling wear, very good. Printed in East Germany.
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$15.00