Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1048. Very Good in Very Good dust-jacket First Edition. [6x8.5]; Mustard cloth covers with spine gilt lettering on black field and illustrations of swords, black ink signature on front, map of Europe on front endpapers and map of Mediterranean on rear end papers... Item #13259
20th Century after 1939
The end of the Victorian era, changes in world governments’ relations and the rise of America under Theodore Roosevelt led to the devastation of World War One. These events planted the seeds of the tenuous relations between nations today, unrestrained economic growth followed by, a worldwide depression and the inevitable clash of World War Two.
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Chicago: Rand McNally & Company, 1977. Near Fine in Near Fine dust-jacket First Edition, 1st Printing. , inscribed by author’s wife [6x9.25”]; Dark green cloth covers with gilt lettering on spine and front, light green tinted cartographic endpapers of Pacific Ocean patrol routes of the U.S.S Tang, all edges trimmed;..... Item #13288
New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1944. Very Good in Very Good dust-jacket Book of the Month Club Edition. , with a reprint review by Henry Canby [8.5x5.75in]; , 474 pp., index of persons and places; Tan cloth covers with dark maroon ink lettering on spine, all edges trimmed; Red... Item #13378
Garden City, NY: Blue Ribbon Books, 1943. Very Good in Very Good dust-jacket Later printing. [after movie was released in November, 1943] [7.75x5.5in]; , 263 pp., 26 black/white images with captions; Maroon cloth covers with gilt lettering on spine and embossed Marine Corp seal on front, top edge ink stained... Item #13377