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1 BAILLY, Serge et Didier BEAUFORT BEAUFORT, Didier Media Resistance : Un echo pour les voix discordantes
Editions Karthala, Paris, 2000, ISBN:2845860153 
BAILLY, Serge et Didier BEAUFORT. Média Résistance : Un echo pour les voix discordantes . Paris: Éditions Karthala, (2000). Pp. [1]-326,(2). 8vo, illustrated white card covers. A selection of media case studies throughout theeastern Europe, Africa, and the Middle East, with chapters relating to: Bu rkina Faso, Serbia and Montenegro, Turkey, Nigeria, Chad, Zambia, Morocco, Gambia, Burundi, Haiti, Kosovo, Iran, India, Palestine, Mexico, Mali, Hungary, Israel, &c. Text in French. Vg. 45.00

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2 CRICHTON-HARRIS, Ann Poison in Small Measure: Dr. Christopherson and the Cure for Bilharzia. signed with inscription by author
Brill, Leiden / Boston, 2009, ISBN:9789004175419 
CRICHTON-HARRIS, Ann. Poison in Small Measure: Dr. Christopherson and the Cure for Bilharzia. Leiden / Boston : Brill, (2009). Pp (6),[vii]-xx,[1]-428. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated purple and brown card covers, lettered in purple, brown and yellow. In Khartoum in 1917, Dr. Christopherson injected seventy bilharzia patients with antimony tartrate and cured them. This biography examines the life of this medical pioneer, his fight for priority and professional survival against the politics of exclusion in colonial Africa. Contents : 1. Worms and dead eggs in the long hot summer. 2. Three generations of Christophersons : tanner to clergyman to physician. 3. The Boer War experience : the Imperial Yeomanry Hospital-a palace in the desert.4. Sudan 1902-3 : smallpox delivers both fear and opportunity. 5. 1904 and the appointment blunder. 6. The wellcome laboratory on the Nile and a rela psing fever dispute. A storm in a teacup? Some of what really happened is revealed only in 1923. 7. Christopherson's difficult years : surviving disaster : 1908-1911. 8. 1912 marriage and the decision to remain in Sudan. 9. With the Red Cross in Serbia, and Rudolph Slatin's role as 'fairy godfather'. 10. France 1917. The commission on medical establishments. 11. The 'Aha' moment and consequences. 12. On the practice of medicine, Sudan 1902-1919. 13. Life after Sudan-the varied life of a London consultant. 14. Heavensgate, Gloucestershire. 15. Looking back from the twenty-first century. Appendix A - An analysis of J.B. Christopherson's Dosing Method. Appendix B - Published papers and letters byJ.B. Christopherson. Appendix C - Chronology. Very good. Signed with inscription by the author. 70.00

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Winged Mars. Volume I : The German Air Weapon - 1870-1914. Second Printing.- and - The Air Weapon 1914-1916. Volume II of Winged Mars. First Priting, both in dustjackets, CUNEO, John R.
3 CUNEO, John R. Winged Mars. Volume I : The German Air Weapon - 1870-1914. Second Printing.- and - The Air Weapon 1914-1916. Volume II of Winged Mars. First Priting, both in dustjackets
Military Service Publishing Company, Harrisburg, Pa., 1942, 1942 
CUNEO, John R. Winged Mars. Volume I : The German Air Weapon - 1870-1914. With Illustrations by the Author. Harrisburg, Pa.: The Military Service Publishing Company, (December 1942). Second Printing. Pp (14),1-338. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, red lettering to front board and spine.

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CUNEO, John R. The Air Weapon 1914-1916. Volume II of Winged Mars. Harrisburg : Military Service Publishing Company, 1947. First Printing. Pp (14),1-503,(3). Maps. Index. 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spie.

John R. Cuneo (b. September 21, 1922 - d. May 18, 1984).

Contents :

[Volume I]
1. In the Beginning.
2. Germany Adopts Military Ballooning.
3. The Rise and Fall of German Military Ballooning.
4. The Beginnings of Anti-aircraft Defense.
5. The First German Dirigibles.
6. The Fight to Build a Rigid Dirigible.
7. The Struggle for Dirigible Supremacy.
8. The German Navy Tries Zeppelins (pp 70-78).
9. Orville Wright Reminds a German General of a Circus.
10. The Birth of German Military Aviation.
11. The Awakening of German Military Aviation.
12. Airplanes in the German Navy (pp 110-116).
13. The Theoretical Use of the German Air Weapon:
I. Captive Balloons and Dirigibles.
II. Airplanes.
14. Per Ardua Ad Astra.
15. The Enigma of French Military Aeronautics.
16. The Role of the French Air Weapon.
17. The Air Weapon at the Outbreak of Hostilities.

Appendices :
I. Parsevals Accepted by the German Army Prior to August 1914.
II. Dirigibles Built by the German Army.
III. Zeppelins Accepted by the German Army Prior to August 1914.
IV. Schutte-Lanz Dirigibles Accepted by the Geman Army Prior to August 1914.
V. Private Dirigibles Taken Over by the German Army at the Outbreak of War .
VI. Dirigibles Acquired by the French and German Armies Prior to August 1914.
VII. Zeppelins Accepted by the German Navy Prior to August 1914 (p. 186).
VIII. Some German Army Airplanes of 1914.
IX. Some French and German Army Airplanes of 1914.
X. Some German Naval Seaplanes of 1914 (p. 189).
XI. Some British Naval Seaplanes of 1914 (p. 189).
XII. Organization of the German Air Weapon Prior to 1914.

[Volume II]

Part One: Tactical Air Operations Over Land.
1. The 1914 Doctrine of Warfare.
Note 1. Diplomatic Employment of the Air Weapon.
2. The Period of Concentration in the West.
Note 1. French Strategic Air Reconnaissance.
3. The French Offensive (August 1914).
Note 1. Allotment of Air Units to German Armies on the Western Front August 18, 1914.
Note 2. A Comparison of the Tactical Organization of Aviation Units on the Western Front, August 1914.
Note 3. French Air Reconnaissance During the Offense.
4. The German March Through Belgium and Northern France.
Note i. Allied Observation of the German Wheel, Through Belgium.
5. The Pursuit to the Marne.
Note 1. The Allied Discovery of the Wheel of the German First Army.
6. The Battle of the Marne.
7. The Conclusion of Open Warfare in the West.
Note 1. Allied Air Reconnaissance September-November 1914.
8. The Battles of Gumbinnen and Tannenberg.
Note 1. The Russian Air Service at the Beginning of the War.
9. The Ending of the Eastern Campaign 1914.
10. Behind the Operations of the Air Weapon (1914).
Note 1. The French Air Service Conquers Its First Crisis.
11. Trench Warfare: Blessing and Blight.
Note 1. The Beginnings of Aerial Combat.
12. The Reorganization of the German Air Force (1915).
13. To the End of 1915.
Note 1. The the Allied 1915 Offensives.
Note 2. French Aviation in the Fall Offensives of 1915.
14. The German Air Weapon in the 1915 Offensives Against Russia and Serbia.
15. German Antiaircraft Defense (1914-1915).
Note 1. German Antiaircraft Activity on the Eastern Front.
16. Verdun (1916).
Note 1. French Aviation at Verdun.
17. The Preliminaries to the Somme Offensive (1916).
Note 1. Allied Air Preparations for the Somme.
18. The Somme Offensive (1916).
19. The Conclusion of the Somme Offensive (1916).
Note 1. The Allied Air Services at the Somme.
Note 2. Allied Antiaircraft Artillery.
Note 3. German Air Activity in the East and Balkans During 1916.
20. The Reorganization of the German Army Air Force (1916).
Note 1. The Beginnings of Reorganization in the British Air Services.
Note 2. The Decline of French Military Aviation (1915-1916).

Part Two : Tactical Air Operations at Sea.
21. The Watch for the British Fleet (1914).
Note 1. The Allied Air Forces (pp 297=3-04).
22. Action in the North Sea (1915).
23. Prelude to Jutland.
24. The Battle of Jutland.
Note 1. British Air Service at Jutland.
25. The Sunderland Operation.
Note 1. British Air Activity During the Sunderland Operation.
Note 2. Ink Battles Over the Jutland and Sunderland Air Operations.
Note 3. Naval Air Operations in the Baltic (1914-1916) (pp 346-347).

Part Three : Strategic air Operations.
26. The Raids on Great Britain (1914-1916).
Note 1. The Antiaircraft Defense of Great Britain.
Note 2. German Air Raids on Paris (1914).
27. The Bombing of Germany.


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4 DORDEVIC, Jovan Ideje i Institutcije. signed.
Radnicka Stampa, Beograd, 1972, 
DORDEVIC, Jovan. Ideje i Institutcije . (Beograd): Radnicka Stampa, (1972). Pp. 356. 8vo, pale yellow cloth, with red ribbon marker. Text in Serbian. Green stain to front, else vg. Signed by the author on the title page. 40.00

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5 DRACHKOVITCH, Milorad M., (ed.) Hoover Institution Publications series Revolutionary Internationals, 1864-1943. First British Edition in dustjacket
Oxford University Press / Stanford University Press, London / Stanford, California, 1966, 
DRACHKOVITCH, Milorad M., (ed.). The Revolutionary Internationals, 1864-1943. London : Oxford University Press / Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, 1966. First UK Edtion [in OUP dj]. Pp (8),[ix]-xv,(3),[3]-256.8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to spine. In the Hoover Institution Publ ications series. Milorad M. Drachkovitch (b. November 8, 1921, Belgrade, Serbia - d. June 16, 1996, Palo Alto, California). "Nine distinguished authorities on communism here consider aspects of the three Internationals which,in the name of revolutionary Marxism, fought many of the most important so cial and political battles of the past century. The papers derive from the conference "One Hundred Years of Revolutionary Internationals," held at theHoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace in October 1964. Jacques Freymond and Miklos Molnar contribute a descriptive essay on the First International (1864-74), and Boris I. Nicolaevsky discusses the relations between the International and the secret societies of that epoch. Max Nomad fills out the picture with a paper on anarchism, at that time the main revolutionary competition of the Marxist movement. The Second International (1889-1914) is analyzed from a conservative point of view by Gerhart Niemeyer, andfrom a Social Democratic point of view by Carl Landauer. Milorad M. Drachk ovitch and Branko Lazitch trace the history of the Third International (1919- 43), or Comintern, through its Leninist, interregnum, and Stalinist phases. Stefan T. Possony considers the transformation of the Comintern under Stalin into an instrument of the Soviet state." (from the dj). Contents : Introduction (by Milorad M. Drachkovitch). Part I. The First International. The Rise and Fall of tne First International (by Jacques Freymond and MiklosMolnar). Secret Societies and the First International (by Boris I. Nicolae vsky). The Anarchist Tradition (by Max Nomad). Part II. The Second International. The Second International: 1889-1914 (by Gerhart Niemeyer). Social Democracy (by Carl Landauer). Part III. The Third International. The Third International (by Milorad M. Drachkovitch and Bran o Lazitch). The Comintern as an Instrument of Soviet Strategy (by Stefan T. Possony). Very good in edgeworn and chipped, unclipped dustjacket. 45.00

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6 DURHAM, M. Edith High Albania. facsimile reprint
Ayer Company Publishers, Inc., 1994, ISBN:0405027451 
DURHAM, M. Edith. High Albania . []: Ayer Company Publishers, Inc., (1994). Pp. (6),vii-xii,[1]-352,(4), + 7 leaves of plates. Includes illustrations to text. 8vo, tan cloth with black lettering to front and spine. A facsimile of the 1909 Edward Arnold edition. Contents: 1. The Land of the Living Past; 2. The Land and the Law ; 3. . Kastrati, Skreli, Gruda, and Hoti; 4. Seltze, Vukli, Boga, Rechi; 5. Pulati — Ghoanni, Plani, Thethi; 6. The Prokletija, Shala, and Suma; 7. Dukaghini — Dushmani, Berisaha, Nikaj, Shala; 8. The Coming of the Constitution; 9. In the Debatable Lands — Djakova — Devich; 10. Prizren; 11. Luria — Mirdita; 12. The Return of Prenk Pasha. With Epilogue and index. Very good 60.00

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7 DURRELL, Lawrence. White Eagles over Serbia.
Faber and Faber, London , 1957, 
DURRELL, Lawrence. White Eagles over Serbia. London : Faber and Faber, (1957). First Edition. Pp [1]-200. 8vo, reddish-brown cloth, white lettering tospine. "Methuen, a seasoned survivor of countless spy missions thrust upon him by the Old Etonians running the Awkward Shop (as the British Secret Se rvice was called), feels he needs a respite from it all. He is looking forward to some trout fishing in Scotland. But when his superior, Dombey, explains that something strange is afoot in the Balkans, Methuen’s curiosity is immediately aroused. A fellow British spy has been murdered on a remote mountainside in Serbia by the White Eagles--presumably because he fell afoul of their life-or-death struggle against Tito and the Communists. What the Royalists are up to is a mystery Dombey wants Methuen to solve. The Cold War--weary Methuen feels his blood stir. At the very least, he thinks, the trout fishing ought to be excellent. Setting up camp in a cave deep in the Serbian countryside, Methuen baits his hooks and waits for the contact who willlead him into the deeper water of the mystery. He finds out soon enough th at his mission involves far more than sport fishing--hislife is the one on the line. Hunted by both the Communists and the White Eagles, Methuen is played to his limit. He fights for his life, summoning every ounce of his strength as he gets pulled into a roaring cataract of events that eventually lands him on a dizzying mountain peak--and reels readers in for a tour-de-force climax that will leave them breathless. Based on Durrell’s own experiences with the Foreign Office in Bucharest after WorldWar II, White Eagles over Serbia may be one of the finest spy thrillers ever written.” - (Arcade Publishing). Cocked, spine ends and edges worn, cloth rubbed, ex-library (circular inkstamps, discarded note, spine lettering, rear pouch removed), else good. 30.00

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8 HODDINOTT, R.F. Early Byzantine Churches in Macedonia and Southern Serbia. in dj
Macmillian & Co. Ltd., 1963, 
HODDINOTT, R.F. Early Byzantine Churches in Macedonia and Southern Serbia :A Study of the Origins and the Initial Development of East Christian Art. L: Macmillian & Co. Ltd., 1963. Pp. 263 with 64 pp. of collotype plates, 12colour photographs on 8 photogravure plates, three folding maps at rear, i ncludes almost 300 photographs taken by the author plus numerous in-text illustrations. Double column. 4to, maroon cloth, gilt to spine. Vg, with somelight browning to inner flap edges of price clipped dj. Due to this volume 's excess weight, extra shipping charges will be necessary. 135.00

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9 JELAVICH, Barbara. Russia's Balkan Entanglements, 1806-1914. First Edition in dustjacket
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1991, ISBN:0521401267 
JELAVICH, Barbara. Russia's Balkan Entanglements, 1806-1914. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (1991). First Edition. Pp. (4),v-xi,(1),1-[292]. Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. "Thisbook examines the reasons for the Russian involvement in the Balkan penins ula and attempts to explain the connections that drew the Russian government into entanglements that were not only dangerous to its great power interests but contained emotional commitments that were difficult to control. Thewars, waged at a high human and economic cost, limited the resources that could be spent on internal development and, in particular when they ended in defeat, led to domestic unrest and, after 1856 and 1917, to drastic internal change." - from the preface. Contents: 1. Rights and obligations acquired: The advance to the Black Sea, the Danubian Principalities, and the Serbian revolution; 2. Rights and obligations defended and extended: The Greek revolution and the Russo-Turkish War, 1828-9; 3. The defense of the status quo: The Crimean War; 4. Balkan involvements continued: The Bulgarian question and the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-8; 5. Final steps: The Belgrade link and the origins of World War I. Very good in dustjacket. 75.00

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10 JELAVICH, Charles Russian and East European Studies Tsarist Russia and Balkan Nationalism : Russian Influence in the Internal Affairs of Bulgaria and Serbia, 1879-1886. Second Printing in dustjacket
University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1962, 
JELAVICH, Charles. Tsarist Russia and Balkan Nationalism : Russian Influence in the Internal Affairs of Bulgaria and Serbia, 1879-1886. Berkeley and Los Angeles : University of California Press, 1962. Second Printing. Pp (8),vii-x,(4),1-304. Map. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. In the Russian and East European Studies series. "If Russia comes to liberate, she will be received with great svmpathy; but if she comes to rule, she will find many enemies." The Bulgarian writer Liuben Karavelov thus expressed in 1870 the attitude prevalent among the Balkan peoples toward tsarist Russia. Before her war with Turkey in 1877, Russia had been regarded by the Balkan Slavs as the one country among the great powers who could be expected to assist fulfillment of their hope of independent national existence. The Serbians and. in particular the Bulgarians had turned to their powerful northern protector for aid in their struggle against the Ottoman Empire in the hope that ties of race and religion would make the Russian government sympathetic to their demands for national unity. The combined diplomatic pressure of the great powers at the Congress of Berlin, compelled Russia to relinquish her dominant influence in Serbia to Austria-Hungary, but she was recognized as having hegemony over the newly created autonomous Bulgaria. This gave Russia an opportunity to demonstrate whether the Panslav ideals held byboth Russians and Bulgarians couia be put into practice. Despite hopes to the contrary, the Russian government soon found that the requirements ol foreign policy—particularly, the necessities of military strategy—conflicted with the policies of the Bulgarian government under the leadership of Prince Alexander of Battenberg. In controot, Russia's influence in Serbia was strengthened, for King Milan's strong Austrophil tendencies and his generallyunpopular actions served to draw the Serbian people closer to Russia. With in this framework the author discusses in detail the specific issues in Russo-Bulgarian and Russo-Serbian relations: the controversy in Bulgaria over the Russian-sponsored Bulgarian constitution, the Bulgarian railroads, the control of the Bulgarian army, and the personal animosities between the tsar and the prince; and, in Serbia, the ouster of Metropolitan Mihailo. Particular attention is paid to the dramatic culmination of the national struggle in Serbia and Bulgaria: the union of the two Bulgarias, the Serbo-Bulgarian War, and the kidnapping of Prince Alexander of Battenberg. This study isbased on material in the Public Record Office in London, in the Haus- Hof- Staatsarchiv in Vienna, and on thn papers of Nikolai Karlovich Giers, the Russian foreign minister in the period under discussion." (from the dj). Contents : 1. Introduction: Russia's Near Eastern Policy . 2. Autocratic Russia Sponsors a Constitutional Regime in Bulgaria. 3. The Russo-Bulganan Controversy over the Railroads and the Constitution . 4. Tsar Alexander III Supports Bulgarian Conservatism. 5. The Rule of General Sobolev and General Kaulbars. 6. Russia against the Prince. 7. Austria and Russia in Serbian Polities. 8. The Growth of King Milan's Russophobia. 9. The Triumph of Bulgarian Nationalism. 10. The Collapse of Russia's Bulgarian Policy. 11. Conclusion. Very good in spine-sunned, price-clipped dustjacket. 70.00

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11 KIS, Danilo MIKIC-MITCHELL, Duska, trans. Tomb for Boris Davidovich. First American Edition in dustjacket
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York, 1978, ISBN:0151904863 
KIS, Danilo. A Tomb for Boris Davidovich. Translated by Duska Mikic-Mitchell. New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, (1978). Pp 135. 8vo, black cloth spine, grey boards, red metallic lettering to spine. "The time is Russia in the midst of the Revolution and of Stalin. Here are games of chance: of viloence turned on itself, of madmen, of sadists and adventurers, of tortureres tortured. Kis tells his story through the lives of seven revolutionaries,each from a different country, each a Jew. Each lives for the revolution, and is destroyed by it." from the dj. Contains: "The Knife with the Wooden Handle," "The Sow That Eats Her Farrow," "The Mechanical Lions," "The MagicCard Dealing," ,"A Tomb for Boris Davidovich," "Dogs and Books," and "The SHort Biography of A.G. Darmolatov." Very good in tape-repaired, price-clipped dustjacket. 40.00

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12 MacKENZIE, David Serbs and Russian Pan-Slavism 1875-1878. First Edition in dustjacket
Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, 1967, 1967 
MacKENZIE, David. The Serbs and Russian Pan-Slavism 1875-1878. Ithaca, New York : Cornell University Press, (1967). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xx,(2),1-365,(1),+ 2 pp plates. Maps. 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

"Focusing on the Eastern Crisis of 1875-1878, this book traces the relations—official and unofficial—between Russia and the Serbian people during the heyday of Russian Pan-Slavism. The author shows that there can be no doubts about the close ties between Russian Pan-Slavism and the Serbian nationalist movement.

The nineteenth century was an age of rising nationalism. The Serbian people, many of whom were divided between the Ottoman and the Austro-Hungarian empires, dreamed of achieving unity and independence. In the 1870's, when revolts against Turkish rule broke out in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbian nationalists looked to Russia — their traditional protector in foreign affairs—to deliver them from oppression.

While Professor MacKenzie stresses the bonds between Russians and Serbian Nationalists, he cites two aspects of Russian policy that actually contributed to the political fragmentation of the Serbs : Official Russia placed cooperation with the European powers above obligations to the south Slavs, and the Russian Pan-Slavs were more interested in fostering their personal careers and the national interests of Russia than in helping the Serbs achieve unity. Thus the vaunted ties of blood, culture, and religion proved less important than national and political differences.

Although the primary emphasis is Serbia and its national aspirations, Bosnia, Herzegovina, Montenegro, and the Vojvodina are also treated at some length. Since nationalist organizations and the press played significant roles in the events of the 1870s, the author devotes considerable attention to public opinion and the early use of mass media in forming national consciousness. He examines the views and activities of such prominent Russian Pan-Slavs as Ivan Aksakov, M. G. Cherniaev, and N. P. Ignat'ev. and Foreign Minister Jovan Ristic of Serbia. The result of ten years of research, Professor MacKenzie's study draws extensively on unpublished materials in Yugoslavia, Austria, and the U.5.S.R. Of special interest is the use made of materials gathered in Soviet manuscript collections and archives." (from the dj).

Contents :
Principal Serbian and Russian Personages.
1. The Serbs and Russia before 1875.
2. The Revolts in Herzegovina and Bosnia.
3. Prelude to the Serbo-Turkish War.
4. The Serbo-Turkish War.
5. Between Two Wars.
6. Serfdom and the Russo-Turkish War.
7. Serfdom and San Stefano.
8. From San Stefano to Berlin.
9. The Serbian Question at the Congress of Berlin.
10. Epilogue and Conclusion.
With Selected Bibliography and Index.

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13 MARCHAK, Patricia No Easy Fix : Global Responses to Internal Wars and Crimes against Humanity. in dj.
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2008, ISBN:9780773533684 
MARCHAK, Patricia. No Easy Fix : Global Responses to Internal Wars and Crimes against Humanity . Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (2008). Pp. (4),[v]-xxiii,(3),[3]-375,(1). 8vo, black paper covered boards with gilt lettering to spine. "Bringing together her own field interviews, documentary material, and secondary sources, Patricia Marchak critically assesses the recent history of international interventions and criminal prosecutions. She examines three cases in detail -- Cambodia, Rwanda, and the former Yugoslavia in its current forms of Bosnia and Serbia -- considering their international context prior to and during internal wars and arguing that each case has to be understood in its own context and history. There isno common pattern and no easy fix that can mend broken societies after war s." - from the dj. Vg-fine in dj. 25.00

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14 MEDIC, Veljko - Rmanjski Dolina Bogova.
Novi Beograd, 1996, 
MEDIC, Veljko – Rmanjski. Dolina Bogova. Novi Beograd : 1996. Pp [1]-97,(3). Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, illustrated red card covers. Text in Serbian. Edgeworn, stain to back cover, else very good. Inscribed by the author. 30.00

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15 National Anthems) National Anthems of the Allies
G. Schirmer, New York / Boston, 1917, 
(National Anthems). The National Anthems of the Allies. United States, Great Britain, France, Belgium,Russia, Japan, Serbia, Italy, Rumania, Portugal, Cuba. N.Y./Boston : G. Schirmer, 1917. Pp 24. Folio, wrappers. Rubbed, spine worn, else very good. 25.00

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16 NOWAK, Frank Berkshire Studies in European History Medieval Slavdom and the Rise of Russia. Reprint
Cooper Square Publishers, Inc., New York, 1970, 
NOWAK, Frank. Medieval Slavdom and the Rise of Russia. New York : Cooper Square Publishers, Inc., 1970. Reprint. Pp (4),v-xii,(2),3-132. Index. 8vo, black cloth, gilt letering to spine. In The Berkshire Studies in European History series. Contents : I. Medieval Slavdom : - Slav Institutions; - The Western Slavs; - The Rise of Bohemia; - German Influence on Bohemia; - The Rise of Poland; - German Influence in Poland; - Menace of German Military Orders; - Poland and Lithuania Unite (1386) Against Their Common Enemies, andLadislas Jagellon Is Crowned King of Poland; - The Southern Slavs; - The R ise of Bulgaria; - The Rise of Serbia; - Byzantine Influence on the Slavs; - The Eastern Slavs; - Formation of the Kievan State; - Phenomenal Rise of Moscow. II. The Foundation of the Russian Empire : - Social Classes; - Cossacks; - The Foundation of the Empire; - The Romanovs; - Peter the Great (1680-1725); - Reforms of Peter the Great. III. Catherine the Great : - Russia(1725-62); - Catherine the Great; - Internal Policy; - Pugachev Rebellion; - Foreign Policy; - The Polish Question; - The Near-Eastern Question - The Second Partition of Poland; - The Third Partition of Poland. Very good. 40 .00

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17 PARTRIDGE, Monica Serb-Croat Practical Grammar and Reader. 2nd ed in dj
Izdavacki Zavod, 1972, 
PARTRIDGE, Monica. Serb-Croat Practical Grammar and Reader. Beograd, Jugoslavija: Izdavacki Zavod, (1972). Second Edition, revised. Pp. 228. 8vo, black cloth. A slight darkening of the cloth to the lower boards, else vg in dj (spine ends and corners chipped, one inch tear to front top edge). 50.00

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18 ROBERTS, Stephen S. Mariner's Mirror 73:3 WRIGLEY, W.D. PACK, A.J. French Transatlantic Steam Packet Programme of 1840.
Mariner's Mirror, 1987, 
ROBERTS, Stephen S. "The French Transatlantic Steam Packet Programme of 1840." An article in The Mariner's Mirror, Vol.73, No.3, August 1987, pp 273-286. Also W.D. Wrigley's "The Neutrality of Ionian Shipping and its Enforcement during the Greek Revolution (1821-1831)"; M.M. Roche's "Forest Conservation for Royal Navy Timber Supplies in New Zealand, 184-1841"; A.J. Pack's "A Naval Sidelight in the 1812 War with America"; Carla Rahn Phillips' "Spanish Ship Measurements Reconsidered: The Instrucción Náutica of Diego García de Palacio (1587)"; Charles Fryer's "The Watch on the Rhine: The British Naval Mission in Serbia: 1914-1916"; Peter Le Fevre's "The Dispute over theGolden Horse of Algiers" [1681] ; notes, queries, reviews, &c. Vg, for the number. 8.00

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19 SCHLACKS, Charles, Jr., ed. Southeastern Europe, 2:1. Southeastern Europe, Volume 2, Part 1, 1975.
University of Pittsburgh / Temple University, Pittsburgh, 1975, 
SCHLACKS, Charles, Jr., ed. Southeastern Europe, Volume 2, Part 1, 1975. Pittsburgh : published by The University Center of International Studies, University of Pittsburgh, in conjunction wtih Temple University, 1975. Pp. (4),[1]-107,(1). 8vo, printed yellow matte card covers with green lettering tofront and spine. Contents: 1. "Colonel Alexandru Ioan Cuza: The Making of a Hospodar" (Gerald J. Bobango); 2. "Finance and Pre-1914 Industrial Stirrings in Bulgaria and Serbia" (John R. Lampe); 3. "The Second Reign of GeorgeII: His Role in Politics" (Everett J. Marder). With the document "The Diar y of Bogdan Filov, Part II" (translated and edited by Frederick B. Chary). With book reviews. Very good. For the issue. Due to its small size, shipping charges should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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20 SCHLACKS, Charles, Jr., ed. Southeastern Europe, 5:2. Southeastern Europe, Volume 5, Part 2, 1978. The Social Stratification of the Balkan Town.
Arizona State University, Tempe, 1978, 
SCHLACKS, Charles, Jr., ed. Southeastern Europe, Volume 5, Part 2, 1978. The Social Stratification of the Balkan Town. Tempe, Arizona : published by Arizona State University, 1978. Pp. (2),[1]-147,(1). 8vo, printed beige matte card covers with green lettering to front and spine. Contents: 1 "The Social Stratification of the Balkan Town: An introduction" (Irwin T. Sanders);2. "Modernization and Social Structure: The Case of the pre-1914 Balkan Ca pitals" (John R. Lampe); 3. "The Social Structure of the Jewish Community of Salonica at the End of the Nineteenth Century" (Paul Dumont); 4. "The Social Stratification of the Bulgarian Town in the Third Quarter of the Nineteenth Century" (Thomas A. Meininger); 5. "Changes in the Social Structure ofthe Urban Population in Bulgaria from 1878 to 1912" (Ljuben Berov); 6. Les Villes serbes au milieu du XIXe siecle: Structures sociales et modeles cul tures" (Georges Castellan); 7. "The Socio-Economic Structure of the Urban Population in Northern Croatia during the Early Industrial Period (before World War I)" (Igor Karaman). With book reviews. Very good. For the issue. Due to its small size, shipping charges should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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