New York: Atheneum, 1965. Donald & Ann Crews (cover design). Reprint. First Atheneum Edition. Softcover. Atheneum book no. 147.
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New York: New York Review of Books, 2006. Third Printing. Paperback. The Algerian War lasted from 1954 to 1962. It brought down six French governments, led to the collapse of the Fourth Republic, returned de Gaulle to power, and came close to provoking a civil war on French soil. More...
New York: Oxford University Press, 2003. First Edition (presumed). First Printing. Hardcover. A Modern History of Japan: From Tokugawa Times to the Present, paints a richly nuanced and strikingly original portrait of the last two centuries of Japanese history. It takes students from the days of the shogunate--the feudal overlordship...
London: Viking, 1998. First Edition. Fifteenth Printing. Hardcover. Signed by author.
New York: Ballantine Books, 1971. First Edition, First Printing. Softcover. Ballantine's Illustrated History of World War II - Weapons Book No 19.
New York: Ballantine Books, 1970. Second Printing. Softcover. Ballantine's Illustrated History of World War II, battle book, No 9.
Washington D.C. The Infantry Journal, Inc., 1945. First Edition (stated). Paperback. Infantry Journal book no. J102 Part of the Fighting Force Series.
Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books, 1968. Joly-Cardot, Snark International (cover photo). Reprint. Paperback. A Pelican Classic. # AC4. Edited with an introduction by Anatol Rapoport. Contains a brief memoir of the author.
London: Abacus, 2008. Reprint, Fifth Printing. Paperback.
Perth: Mannwest Pty Ltd / Hesperian Press, 2002. First Edition (presumed). Paperback. From the publisher: Written to commemorate WG Manners & Co’s 100 years in the Kalgoorlie Goldfields, this book is a grand sweep of Australiana and life in Australia’s outback. It charts the Manners’ family history from 1895...
New York: W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1967. J. Jay Smith (cover design). First Printing. Paperback. The Norton Library. # N575. Based on both Chinese and Western documentation, The Boxer Catastrophe is an authoritative account of the uprising of the Boxers, a fanatical sect that sought by violence to drive...
London: Osprey Publishing Limited, 1991. First Edition. Softcover.
New York: William Morrow, 2012. Paperback.
Cleveland: Signet Books, 1959. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Signet D1692.
New York: Ballantine Books, 1970. First Printing. Softcover. Ballantine's Illustrated History of World War II, battle book, No 17.
Bombay: The Tulsi Shah Enterprises, 1968. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. "Mr Mankekar's latest work directs the searchlight on the traumatic events on India's northern border in the autumn of 1962 [...] and seeks to help the Indian people to determine what were the elements and factors responsible for the...
Toronto: Bantam Books, 1988. Reprint. Paperback. This was no ordinary war. This was a war to make the world safe for democracy. And if democracy was made safe, then nothing else mattered—not the millions of dead bodies, nor the thousands of ruined lives...This is no ordinary novel. This is a......
See annotation, 1955. Hardcover. Appears to be a Taiwanese pirated edition. Sold for its collectible value only since cannot guarantee accuracy of contents. "A World War II hero speaks out on an important controversy."
Australia: Veritas Publishing, 1987. First Edition, First Printing (stated). Hardcover.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002. Paperback/Softcover.
London: William Collins, 1944. First Edition (presumed). Hardcover.
New York: Award Books, 1967. First Printing. Paperback. Award Books no. A 226 X K.
London: Putnam & Co, 1980. Reprint. Hardcover.
Lake Forest, Illinois: Self-published, 1953. First Edition. Hardcover. Signed with a dedication to the previous owners. "The story of the life and achievement of Rear Admiral William Adger Moffett, U.S.N. "The Father of Naval Aviation" October 31, 1869 - April 4, 1933"
New York: Vintage Books, 1971. First Vintage Books Edition. Paperback. From Kirkus (March 22, 1971): The eleven essays presented here irritatingly beg the ""why"" of many issues raised, but solidly prove their empirical thesis that the U.S. practices blatant cultural chauvinism, economic exploitation, and military aggression against Southeast Asia...