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The Trial of the Germans, Nuremberg 1945-1946 - Davidson, Eugene
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The Winnipeg Tribune A very good plus newspaper. The Winnipeg Tribune, Monday, April 24, 1939. Vol 50, No 97. Folded in half. Picture of troops on camels on front page.., The Winnipeg Tribune, The Winnipeg Tribune A very good plus newspaper. The Winnipeg Tribune. July 5, 1939. Vol 50, No 159. Folded in half. Photos of flood damaged areas in Kentucky on front page.., The Winnipeg Tribune, University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London: 1940, 1986, 2011. Softcover. Brand new book. Martha Gellhorn was one of the firstÑand most widely readÑfemale war correspondents of the twentieth century. She is best known for her fearless reporting in Europe before and during WWII and for her brief marriage to Ernest Hemingway, but she was also an acclaimed novelist. In 1938, before the Munich pact, Gellhorn visited Prague and witnessed its transformation from a proud democracy preparing to battle Hitler to a country occupied by the German army. Born out of this experience, A Stricken Field follows a journalist who returns to Prague after its annexation and finds her efforts to obtain help for the refugees and to convey the shocking state of the country both frustrating and futile. A convincing account of a people under the brutal oppression of the Gestapo, A Stricken Field is Gellhorn's most powerful work of fiction. "[A] brave, final novel. Its writing is quick with movement and with sympathy; its people alive with death, if one can put it that way. It leaves one with aching heart and questing mind."ÑNew York Herald Tribune "The translation of [Gellhorn's] personal testimony into the form of a novel has . . . force and point."ÑTimes Literary Supplement "Miss Gellhorn . . . is an admirable reporter. She has intelligence, feeling, a seeing eye, and she writes a clean, contemporary prose. . . . [A Stricken Field] is a compelling book and a moving one." --The New York Times "[A] brave, final novel. Its writing is quick with movement and with sympathy; its people alive with death, if one can put it that way. It leaves one with aching heart and questing mind." --New York Herald Tribune "The translation of [Gellhorn's] personal testimony into the form of a novel has . . . force and point." --Times Literary Supplement, University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London: 1940, 1986, 2011, New York, NY: Random House, 2010. Reprint. Second printing. Hardcover. Very good in good dust jacket. DJ has some wear, soiling and small edge tears.. Glued binding. Paper over boards. 268, [10] p. Maps. Greece, 1940. Not sunny vacation Greece: northern Greece, Macedonian Greece, Balkan Greece--the city of Salonika. In that ancient port, with its wharves and warehouses, dark lanes and Turkish mansions, brothels and tavernas, a tense political drama is being played out. On the northern border, the Greek army has blocked Mussolini's invasion, pushing his divisions back to Albania--the first defeat suffered by the Nazis, who have conquered most of Europe. But Adolf Hitler cannot tolerate such freedom; the invasion is coming, it's only a matter of time, and the people of Salonika can only watch and wait. At the center of this drama is Costa Zannis, a senior police official, head of an office that handles special "political" cases. As war approaches, the spies begin to circle, from the Turkish legation to the German secret service. There's a British travel writer, a Bulgarian undertaker, and more. Costa Zannis must deal with them all. And he is soon in the game, securing an escape route--from Berlin to Salonika, and then to a tenuous safety in Turkey, a route protected by German lawyers, Balkan detectives, and Hungarian gangsters. And hunted by the Gestapo. Meanwhile, as war threatens, the erotic life of the city grows passionate. For Zannis, that means a British expatriate who owns the local ballet academy, a woman from the dark side of Salonika society, and the wife of a local shipping magnate. Declared "an incomparable expert at his game" by "The New York Times, " Alan Furst outdoes even his own finest novels in this thrilling new book. With extraordinary authenticity, a superb cast of characters, and heart-stopping tension as it moves from Salonika to Paris to Berlin and back, Spies of the Balkans is a stunning novel about a man who risks everything to right--in many small ways--the world's evil. From Wikipedia: "Alan Furst (born February 20, 1941) is an American author of historical spy novels. Furst has been called "an heir to the tradition of Eric Ambler and Graham Greene, " whom he cites along with Joseph Roth and Arthur Koestler as important influences. Most of his novels since 1988 have been set just prior to or during the Second World War and he is noted for his successful evocations of Eastern Europe peoples and places during the period from 1933 to 1944. Born in New York City, and raised on the Upper West Side of Manhattan where he attended the Horace Mann School, Furst received a B.A. from Oberlin College in 1962 and an M.A. from Penn State in 1967. While attending general studies courses at Columbia University, he became acquainted with Margaret Mead, for whom he later worked. Before becoming a full-time novelist, Furst worked in advertising and wrote magazine articles, most notably for Esquire, and as a columnist for the International Herald Tribune. Furst's papers were obtained by the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at The University of Texas at Austin. They include a 1963 letter from his grandfather, Max Stockman, which urged Furst to become a teacher and 'write as a sideline' in his spare time. The collection also includes early articles on a wide variety of topics, published in many magazines for which no common denominator can be found, including Architectural Digest, Elle, Esquire, 50 Plus, International Herald Tribune, Islands, New Choices, New York, The New York Times, Pursuits, Salon, and Seattle Weekly. The Ransom collection remarks: "Of note is the April 1984 Esquire article, 'The Danube Blues, ' which sparked Furst's interest in writing espionage novels. Numerous slides of his 1983 Danube trip are also available. Unproduced screenplays include 'Heroes of the Last War' (1984), and 'Warsaw' (1992)." His early novels (1976 1983) achieved limited success. One item, held in the Ransom collection, includes the manuscript for "One Smart Cookie" (with Debbi Fields, 1987), a commissioned biography of the owner of the Mrs. Fields Cookies company. The year 1988 saw publication of Night Soldiers inspired., Random House, 2010, New York: Macmillan, 1966. An account of the twenty-two defendants before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremburg. Some wear to jacket.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Macmillan, 1966

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[EAN: 9780025297203], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Macmillan, New York], GERMANY MILITARY SOCIAL HISTORY NAZI ADOLF HITLER DICTIONARIES REFERENCE WARFARE WW2 WWII POLITICS FASCISM THIRD REICH MILITARIA SOCIOLOGY WORLD WAR TWO JEW JEWISH JUDAICA HOLOCAUST NUREMBURG TRIALS GENOCIDE CRIMES, Jacket, An account of the twenty-two defendants before the International Military Tribunal at Nuremburg. Some wear to jacket. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780025297203
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0025297201
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Publishing year: 1966
Publisher: Collier Macmillan Ltd

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