[Manila]: Dept. of Defense in cooperation with the Philippine Veterans Affairs Office and the Veterans Federation of the Philippines, n.d. . Hardcover. photos, 192p. Original red boards. dj. Oblong (36 x 23cm.). Moderate cover warping.
World War II
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Dutch Harbor, Alaska: 1943. Paperback. photos, 24p. [including wrapper). 28cm. Some chipping and edge-wear. Minor glue mark on back cover. Folded unbound sheets. A monthly periodical published at the U. S. Army and Naval Air Station.
[Germany?]: Headquarters, Ninth U.S. Army, 12 December 1944. Paperback. 10p. Wrapper. 14cm. Name on cover.
Frankfurt am Main-Schwanheim: Printed by Franz Jos. Henrich, (November, 1945). Hardcover. numerous small photos, 114p. Original boards backed in brown cloth. 29cm. Moderate cover staining and soiling, mostly on front cover. Backstrip somewhat worn with several small holes in cloth. No jacket (as issued?). Edited by 1st Lieuts. Frederick I....
[Tokyo]: Foreign Affairs Association of Japan, April 25, 1937. Revised edition. Paperback. 10 photos, 3 maps (2 folding), 51p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Large piece missing at bottom of backstrip. Other modest cover chips and browning. The first edition of this English-language, Japanese propaganda item was published on April 20, 1937.
London: Beaverbrook Newspapers Limited, (1954). [Edition not stated]. Hardcover. Photographs. dj (edgewear and a few chips).
n.p. Marine Corps Publicity Bureau, 1942. Printed on cardstock. Approximately 28 x 35cm. Cartoon by Talburt. A large hand (Labeled "U.S. Forces") holds two knives in chopstick fashion around the head of a caricatured Japanese soldier. The knives are labeled "1st Battle of the Solomons" and "2nd Battle of the...
[Manila]: 1945. Paperback. Broadsheet (single sheet printed on both sides). 25 x 33cm. Later folds. Minor stain and soil. Headlines are: "Allies Call on Japan to Quit" and "Churchill Out; Atlee In."
Cairo: [Printed by] Schindler's Press, [ca. 1945?]. Paperback. frontis, photos, 56, (1)p. Original wrapper. 22cm. Cover fading and some spotting. Text-pages browned. The story of a cultural center in Cairo which provided programs for military personnel during World War II.
Paperback. Broadsheet. 21 x 33cm. Slightly browned. Later fold marks (not heavy). Published "In the Philippines" presumably for Allied or American military personnel. Large red headline on front of this issue "Russia Now in Jap War." Main article on back is "Japs Claim City Wiped Out" about the atomic bomb...
["In the Philippines"]: 1945. Paperback. Broadside. 21 x 27cm. Later folds. Lightly browned. Headline: "Japs Quit" followed by brief text announcing that Japan was willing to accept the Allied surrender terms, asking only that they be allowed to keep "the prerogative of their Emperor."
["In the Philippines"]: 1945. Paperback. 4p. Stapled in upper left corner. 34cm. Later folds. Military news bulletin. Article on Page 3 as the Japanese surrender appeared imminent: "Eighth Army Reaction: Area Stunned by Atomic News Bombshell."
["In the Philippines"]: 1945. Paperback. 10p. Stapled twice along left edge. 34cm. Later folds. Browned. Staples rusty. Military news bulletin. "V-J Edition." Headline: "Allies accept Offer; Byrnes announces Big Four Decision."
Sydney: Roger Welch, n.d. [1943?]. Paperback. photos, (35)p. Original wrapper. 25cm. Australian military efforts in Papua New Guinea during 1942.
Warszawa: Centralna Komisja Historyczna w Polsce, 1946. Paperback. xxiv, 213p. Softcover in original wrapper. 23cm. Text moderately browned. Polish text.
1945. Paperback.  pages. Mimeo. 27cm. Paper browned. lower margin chipped or folded on all leaves. First few leaves detached from the two staples with which this was bound. Published aboard the U.S.S. Storm King, a 13,910 ton transport that saw extensive duty in the Pacific Theater, 1944-1946 (but may...
Kyoto: Business Men of Kyoto, . Paperback. 24p. Softcover. Narrow 18cm. Laid in is a folded four-page leaflet ("Preparing Ourselves for the Emergency: An Address Delivered at the Initial Meeting of the Movement for National Spiritual Mobilization," by Prince Ayamaro Konoe).
Camp Hatheway: 1944. 2 sheets printed (mimeo) on both sides of first leaf and on one side of the second leaf. 31cm. Vertical fold. Significant chipping and wrinkling at top and bottom. Issued by personnel of the 578th Port Company at Camp Hatheway in Vancouver, Washington. This company, which had...
1944. Paperback. photos, [8p. plus printed wrapper. Softcover. 22cm. This segregated USO Club for African American soldiers was located in Pulaski County, Missouri, somewhere in the Ozarks.
New York: United Committee to Commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto, 1953. Hardcover. plate, 53, 75p. Blue cloth. 23cm.No Jacket. Edited by J. M. Budish. Contributions in English or Yiddish.
New York: The Dial Press, 1946. Hardcover. 272p. Grey cloth. dj. 20cm. A World War II novel by Bella Abzug's spouse.
New York: [1941?]. Paperback. 31, (1)p. Wrapper. 19cm.
150+ letters in envelopes. No exotic stamps or postmarks. Irvan is sent to the Great Lakes Naval Training School in Illinois in May 1943 where he writes several letters. He is them assigned to U. S. Naval Hospital No. 7 and shipped to the West Coast. He writes that he...
1944. One page letter. 21 x 33cm. Folded for insertion in envelope (present) with a U. S. Army Postal Service postmark. The return address identifies Beecher as a Captain in the Philippine Civil Affairs Detachment. The longest of the five single-spaced paragraphs reports on a visit to a "native" village.
Lund: Gleerup, (1968). Paperback. 170p. Wrapper. 24cm. Spine sloped. Sound but a well-used copy. A few ink underlinings. Studia Missionalia Upsaliensia, IX.