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FROM SCHOOL TO STATION A PICTORIAL STUDY OF THE GERMAN LUFTWAFFE 1933-1945.
Written by Michael Meyer; Paul Stipdonk.
Stock no. 1706383
Published by Flugzeug Publikations Gmbh. 1991. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Large fomat. B/w photos. Dual text in GERMAN and ENGLISH. German title: FLUGZEUG DOKUMENTATION VON DER FLIEGERSCHULE ZUM EINSATZVERBAND. EIN BILDBAND DER DEUTSCHEN LUFTWAFFE 1933-45 ISBN: 3927132055. Wrapper torn with a little loss.
VERSAILLES 1919 AUS DER SICHT VON ZEITZEUGEN
Written by Sebastian Haffner; et al.
Stock no. 1205894
Published by Herbig. 1st 2002. Fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.
416 pages. B/w maps. Text in German. ISBN: 3776622806.
BERLIN AT WAR
Written by Robert Moorhouse.
Stock no. 1803430
Published by The Bodley Head. 1st 2010. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Life and Death in Hitler's Capital 1939-45. A portrayal of the German experience of the Second World War from the viewpoint of the capital's streets and homes. Black boards, silver title to spine. B/w plates. xvi and 432 pages including index. ISBN: 9780224080712. SIGNED by the author to title page (signature only). Corners lightly worn, bump to vertical edge of boards. Wrapper is edge-worn especially at corners and a little scuffed.
GERMAN PORCELAIN AND FAIENCE
Written by Siegfried Ducret.
Stock no. 583872
Published by Oldbourne Press. 1st 1962. Fine condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Any consideration of the development of the art of porcelain in Europe must award the highest place to Germany's contribution. The artistic and technical achievements of the artists and craftsmen who made this possible profoundly influenced the work of other European factories and particularly those of England. The book also includes Vienna, Zurich and Nyon. The International Library of Antique Art series. 466 pages. Large heavy format. Superb colour and b/w plates. Two dustwrappers - both of which are a little edge-chipped.
EIN BAUERNDORF WIRD WELTBAD
Written by Josef Wolf; Ludwig Burghardt.
Stock no. 683992
Published by Erwin Geyer. Fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
B/w photos. German text. Wrapper corners lightly rubbed.
GESCHICHTE DER DEUTSCHEN ARBEITER BEWEGUNG
No author listed.
Stock no. 684823
Published by Dietz. 1st 1966. Nearly fine condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Eight volumes. Text in German. Bw photos. German history. Wrapper corners chipped with some creasing.
Written by Wilhelm J. Eggers.
Stock no. 553286
Published by L. Friederichsen & Co.. 1st 1922. Good condition.
Political, economic and cultural aspects. Sepia photos. Front joint cracked. Page-edge browning. Spine slightly split. Covers a little rubbed.
Written by J.R. Preston.
Stock no. 986193
Published by Pelham Richardson. 1st 1848. Very good condition.
Facts and Coincidences Explanatory of her Real Views in Seeking to Wrest Schleswig from Denmark With an Appendix Containing Remarks on the "Memoir" on Schleswig and Holstein Presented to Viscount Palmerston by the Chevalier Bunsen. First edition. Pages: xlvi, 90. Original paper boards with paper label, new matching paper spine. Contains three page contemporary manuscript letter containing extracts from newspaper reviews of the book. Covers a little rubbed.
MEMOIRS OF THE HOUSE OF BRANDENBURG
No author listed.
Stock no. 985760
Published by J.Nourse. 1751. Very good condition.
First edition. Small format Pages: viii, 286. Contemporary half black leather binding with gilt-lettered red morocco label on spine, marbled boards and endpapers. Top egde gilt. From the earlist accounts to the death of Frederick I King of Prussia by the hand of a master to which are added two dissertations. Foxing throughout. REDUCED FROM Â£140.
THE STRUGGLE FOR SUPREMACY IN GERMANY 1859-1866
Written by Heinrich Friedjung.
Stock no. 986427
Published by Macmillan & Co. Ltd.. 1st 1935. Very good condition.
Burgundy cloth, gilt titles. 339 pages. Endpapers browned.
GESCHICHTE DES KUNSTVEREINS FUR DIE RHIENLANDE UND WESTFALEN 1829-1929
Written by Kurt Karl Eberlein.
Stock no. 990331
1st 1929. Slightly better than good condition.
Large format. Paperboards. 70 pages. Text in German. Contents very good. Top and bottom of spine chipped with loss. Boards greyed.
WANDERINGS THROUGH THE RUINS OF HEIDELBERG CASTLE AND ITS ENVIRONS
Written by Richard Janillon.
Stock no. 989117
1871. Very good condition.
Second edition. Pages: 168. Contemporary three-quarter red leather binding with marbled boards. Gilt-lettered black morocco label on spine. Large folding plan at rear. Corners rubbed.