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21 ANDERSON, R.C Naval Wars in the Levant 1559-1853. First American Edition
Princeton University Press, Princeton , 1952, 
ANDERSON, R.C. Naval Wars in the Levant 1559-1853. Princeton : Princeton University Press, 1952. Printed in Liverpool. First American Edition. Pp (4),v-ix,(1),1-619, + frontispiece + [9] leaves plates + folding map [opp. p.582]. With 19 'plans of actions" in the text. 8vo, red cloth, black letteringto spine. Contents include: "Introduction 1453-1559"; "Jerba, Malta and Le panto 1559-1573"; "Minor Operations 1573-1644"; "The Cretan War-I 1645-1653"; "The Cretan War-II 1654-1669"; "The Morean War 1684-1699"; "The First Russian Fleet 1695-1711"; "Corfu and Matapan 1714-1718"; "The Second Russian Black Sea Fleet 1736-1739"; "The Russians in the Mediterranean 1769-1774"; ""The Last Efforts of Venice 1784-1792"; "The Fight for the Black Sea 1787-1791"; "The Earlier Napoleonic Wars 1792-1801"; "Tunis and Tripoli 1795-1805"; "The Later Napoleonic Wars 1803-1814"; "The War of Greek Independence 1821-1831"; "Syria, Venice and Sinope 1831-1853". Very slightly rubbed with light soiling of cloth, else very good, clean internally. 100.00

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22 ANDREW, Joe. Women in Russian Literature, 1780-1863. First Edition in dustjacket.
St. Martin's Press, New York, 1988, ISBN:0312016263 
ANDREW, Joe. Women in Russian Literature, 1780-1863. New York : St. Martin's Press, (1988). First Printing. Pp. (6),vii,(1),1-201,(6). 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. "This book is the first of its kind. Using the critical innovtions and revolutionary insights of Anglo-American and French feminist thinking, Joe Andrew seeks to offer radically new interpretations of the 'classics' of the golden age of Russian literature. Analysing themajor works of Pushkin, Gogol, Lermontov and Turgunev amongst others from these perspectives, the author is able to identify a tendency which, contrary to the myth of the 'strong woman' of Russian literature, usually marginalises women or openly denigrates them within the age-old misogynistic tradition of Western culture. Only with the 'new Eves' of Turgunev and Chrnyshevsky do Russian fictional women begin to escape the 'cages' or 'cellars' in which the almost exclusively male canon had confined them." - from the dustjacket. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. Prelude: Radical Sentimentalism or Sentimental Radicalism?; 3. Alexander Pushkin and his True Ideal; 4. Mikhail Lermontov and A Rake's Progress; 5. Nikolay Gogol: The Russian 'Malleus Maleficarum'; 6. Ivan Turgenev and the 'New Eve'; 7. Nikolay Chernyshevsky andthe Real Day. With bibliography and index. Very good lightly nicked and sp ine-sunned dustjacket. 40.00

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23 ANDREYEV, Catherine. VLASOV, Andrey Andreyevich. Soviet and East European Studies, 51. Vlasov and the Russian Liberation Movement : Soviet reality and emigre theories. First Edition, Paperback..
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, New York, Port Chester, Melbourne, Sydney, 1989, ISBN:0521389607 
ANDREYEV, Catherine. Vlasov and the Russian Liberation Movement : Soviet reality and emigre theories. Cambridge, New York, Port Chester, Melbourne, Sydney : Cambridge University Press, (1989). First Paperback Printing [originally published in 1987]. Pp. (10),ix-xiv,1-251,(5). With two maps. 8vo, photo-illustrated purple card covers with whtie and black lettering to spine. Soviet and East European Studies, number 51. "'Vlasov and the Russian Liberation Movement' deals with the attempt by Soviet citizens to create a Russian anti-Stalinist liberation movement during the Second World War. These Soviet citizens were mainly prisoners-of-war, forced labourers or part of thepopulation of the occupied territories of the USSR. The Liberation Movemen t was encouraged by German officers who disagreed with Nazi policy towards the USSR, as their experience showed that treating the population as 'sub-humans' (Untermensch) merely increased resistance to Nazi occupation. Throughout the development of the Liberation Movement there existed a divergence of aims between the Russian members who wished to form an army and a political movement which would effect change within the USSR, and its German supporters who merely wished to alter the type of propaganda directed towards the population of the USSR. Catherine Andreyev provides an account of the evolution of the Russian Liberation Movement and examines the motivation of the titular leader of the Movement, Lieutenant-General Andrey Andreyevich Vlasov. The main focus of the book is the ideology of the Liberation Movement, the importance of which lies in the fact that it represented the first grass-roots opposition movement within the Soviet Union since the end of the Civil War in 1922. The programme of the Movement reflects issues which would have been raised by citizens in the 1930s had they been free to do so. Catherine Andreyev examines influences on the programme, and the ideas expressed are placed within the context of the pre-war Soviet and Russian emigre society." - from the rear cover. Contents: Part I: Foundations: 1. Red ArmyCommander; 2. Ostpolitik; 3. Decision to lead; 4. KONR and the final stage s. Part II: Ideals: 1. High hopes; 2. Reality. Part III: The Russian Idea: 1. At home; 2. From foreign shores; 3. Splicing old and new. With appendices, select bibliography and index. Light spotting to initial and final leaves, else very good

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24 ANTROPOV, Pyotr Mineral Wealth of the U.S.S.R.
Foreign Languages Publishing House, Moscow, 1956, 
ANTROPOV, Pyotr. Mineral Wealth of the U.S.S.R. Moscow : Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1956. Pp (4),5-77,(3),+ folding map (Principal Mineral Deposits in the U.S.S.R.). 8vo, yellow card covers, lettered in red, green and white, with a blank spne. Contents : Foreword. I. Fossil Fuels. 1. Coal. 2. Combustible Shales. 3. Petroleum and Nataural Gases. II. Ferrous Metals.1. Iron Ores. 2. Manganese Ores. 3. Chromites. III. Non-Ferrous and Rare M etals. 1. 1. Copper. 2. Lead and Zinc. 3. Aluminium. 4. Nickel and Cobalt. 5. Titanium. 6. Tin. 7. Tungsten and Molybdenium. 8. Antimony. 9. Mercury. 10. Rare and Disseminated Elements. 11. Sources of Radioactive Ores. 12. Precious Meta;s: a. Gold, b. Silver, c. Platinum. IV. Non-Metals. 1. Potassium Salts. 2. Phosphorites and Apatites. 3. Fluospar. 4. Barites. 5. Boracic Ores. 6. Native Sulphre and Pyrites. 7. Refractory Raw Materials. 8. Diamond. 9. Piezo-optical Materials. 10. Mica. 11. Asbestos. 12. Building Materials: a. Cement Raw Materials, b. Stone Building Materials. Conclusion: The Wealth of the Union Republics and Working of New Districts. Very good. 40.00

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25 APPELFELD, Aharon International Fiction List No. 10 BILU, Dalya (trans.) Age of Wonders. First Canadian Edition in dustjacket
Lester & Orpen Dennys, Toronto, 1982, ISBN:0919630936 
APPELFELD, Aharon. The Age of Wonders. Translated by Dalya Bilu. (Toronto) : Lester & Orpen Dennys, (1982). First Canadian Edition. International Fiction List No. 10. Pp. 270. 8vo, cream cloth, gilt titles to spine. Very goodin dustjacket. 25.00

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26 APRESYAN, Z. Freedom and the Artist. First Printing, paperback
Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1968, 
APRESYAN, Z. Freedom and the Artist. Moscow : Progress Publishers, (1968). First Printing. Pp (6),7-[254],(2),+ 16 pp plates. Smal 8vo (pocketbook), illustrated white card covers with French flaps, lettered in black and grey.[Translated from the Russian by Bernard Meares]. Contents : Introduction; Necessity and the Artist's Freedom; The "Right of the "Subject"; The Impossibility of the Artist's Independence from Society. Rubbed, spine browned, spine ends nicked, else very good. 30.00

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27 APTHEKER, Herbert Fraud of Soviet Anti-Semitism
New Century Publishers, New York, 1962, 
APTHEKER, Herbert. The Fraud of "Soviet Anti-Semitism". New York : New Century Publishers, 1962. Pp (2),3-24. 8vo, blue and white stapled card covers,lettered in blue and white. A New Century Pamphlet. Contents : Who Is Guil ty?; The "Special Passport" Hoax; The So-Called "Quota System"; "No Outstanding Jewish Leaders"?; Yevtuschenko's "Babi Yar"; Economic Crimes Against Society; The "Banning" of Matzoh; Revival of Yiddish Culture; Education in Communist Outlook; Anti-Capitalism Is Nat Anti-Semitism; Refutations of "Soviet Anti-Semitism"; The Ultra-Right and the Cold War. SHIPPING CHARGES MAY BE REDUCED DUE TO ITS LIGHT WEIGHT. Very good. 25.00

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28 AQUACULTURE] MOTODA, Sigeru (ed.) Proceedings of the Fifth Japan-Soviet Joint Symposium on Aquaculture
Tokai University, Tokyo, 1977, 
[AQUACULTURE]. Proceedings of the Fifth Japan-Soviet Joint Symposium on Aquaculture : September 1976, Tokyo & Sapporo Japan ; edited by Sigeru Motoda.Tokyo: Tokai University, 1977. Pp. 398. 8vo, printed brown card covers. Te xt in English, Russian, and Japanese. Marking to front and occasional underlining throughout, else very good. 40.00

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29 AQUACULTURE] MOTODA, Sigeru (ed.) Proceedings of the Third Japan-Soviet Joint Symposium on Aquaculture
Tokai University, Tokyo, 1977, 
[AQUACULTURE]. Proceedings of the Third Japan-Soviet Joint Symposium on Aquaculture : November 1974, Tokyo, Japan ; edited by Sigeru Motoda. Tokyo: Tokai University, 1977. Pp. 222. Large 8vo, printed pink card covers. With errata slip laid in on p. 3. Text in Japanese and English. Inking to front and occasional underlining throughout, else vg. 40.00

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30 ARCHIBALD, Donald F. Ramblings About Russia
Lancelot, 1967, 
ARCHIBALD, Donald F. Ramblings About Russia : First Hand Impressions by a Keen Canadian Observer. Reprinted from The Wolfville Acadian. (Wolfville : Lancelot Press, Ltd., 1967 ?). Pp 1-15,(1). Sm.8vo, green card covers. Vg-fine. 15.00

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31 Arctic Journal DOWNES, P.G. BARR, William DOLITSKY, Alexander B. Arctic: Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America. Volume 38, No. 3,September 1985
Published for the Arctic Institute of North America by The University of Calgary Press, Calgary , 1985, 
(Arctic Journal). Arctic: Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America.Volume 38, No. 3, September 1985. Calgary : Published for the Arctic Insti tute of North America by The University of Calgary Press, 1985. Pp [i]-ii,[167]-260. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated pale blue cardcovers. Of nautical interest : To Great Slave and Great Bear: P.G. Downes' s Journal of Travels [by canoe] North from Ile a la Crosse in 1938 [Part II]” (R.H. Cockburn, Editor, pp 231-243). Other articles : Arctic Marine Phototrophic Systems: Functions of Sea Ice Stabilization (by S. Apollonio); IceShelf Studies off Northern Ellesmere Island, Spring 1983 (by Martin O. Jef fries); A Critical Review of "the Mesolithic" in Relation to Siberian Archaeology (by Alexander B. Dolitsky); The Reactions of Muskoxen to Snowmobile Harassment (by Margaret A. McLaren and Jeffrey E. Green); Tundra Fire Regimes in the Noatak River Watershed, Alaska: 1956-83 (by Charles H. Racine, John G. Dennis, and William A. Patterson III); Species Composition and Abundance of Zooplankton in the Nearshore Beaufort Sea in Winter-Spring (by Rita Horner and David Murphy); Late Weichselian Glacial Geology of the Lower Borgarfjordur Region, Western Iceland: a Preliminary Report (by Olafur Ingolfsson); Pollen, Oxygen Isotope Content and Seasonality in an Ice Core from the Penny Ice Cap, Baffin Island (by Susan K. Short and Gerald Holdsworth); Imperial Russia's Pioneers in Arctic Aviation (by William Barr); plus Notes,News and Reviews. Rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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32 Arctic Journal GOLUBEV, Lev GIVEN, Robert R. SAINSBURY, C.L. Arctic: Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America. Volume 18, No. 4,December 1965
Arctic Institute of North America, Montreal , 1965, 
(Arctic). Arctic : Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America. Volume18, No. 4, December 1965. Montreal : Arctic Institute of North America, 19 65. Pp [205]-288. Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, illustrated green stapled wrappers. Includes: Lev Golubev's "Profitable exchanges and contacts between U.S.S.R. and Canada" (pp 206-212); Robert R. Given's "Five collections of cumacea from the Alaskan Arctic" (pp 213-229); C.L. Sainsbury, Reuben Kachadoorian, R.H. Campbell, and D.W. Scholl's "Marine platform of probable Sangamon age, and associated terrace deposits, Cape Thompson area, northwestern Alaska" (pp 230-245); R.W. Popham and R.E. Samuelson's "Polar exploration with Nimbus meteorological satellite" (pp 246-255); K.C. Ivarson's "The microbiology of some permafrost soils in the Mackenzie Valley, N.W.T." (pp 256-260);E.O. Hohn's "Ornithological observations in the Askinuk Mountains and Scam mon Bay area, Yukon Delta, Alaska" (pp 260-261); L.A. Viereck's "Relationship of white spruce to lenses of perennially frozen ground, Mount McKinley National Park, Alaska" (pp 262-267); Richard H. Ragle's "Icefield Ranges Research Project" (pp 269-270); plus Notes, News and Reviews. Rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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33 Arctic Journal TROELSEN, J.C. WEBSTER, C.J. FRASER, J.K. Arctic: Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America, Volume 05, No. 4,December 1952
Arctic Institute of North America, Montreal, 1952, 
(Arctic Journal). Arctic: Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America,Volume 5, No. 4, December 1952. Montreal: Arctic Institute of North Americ a, 1952. Pp [197]-260. Articles: J.C. Troelsen’s "Geological Investigationsin Ellesmere Island, 1952" (pp.198-210); A.P. Crary, R.D. Cotell, and T.F. Sexton's "Preliminary Report on Scientific Work on ‘Fletcher’s Ice Island’ , T3" (pp.211-223); J.K. Fraser’s "Identification of Petitot’s Rivière La Roncière-le Noury" (pp.224-234); Kaare Rodahl's "’Spekk-Finger’ or Sealer’s Finger" (pp.235-240); C.J. Webster’s “The Russian Arctic Sea Lane: Endeavour and Achievement” (pp.241-249); also Reviews, News, Index. Vg tidy copy 20.00

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34 ARENDT, Hannah. On Revolution. First Edition in dustjacket.
Faber and Faber, London, 1963, 
ARENDT, Hannah. On Revolution. London : Faber and Faber, (1963). First Printing. Pp. (8),1-343,(1). 8vo, black cloth with gilt lettering and gilt border to spine. Very good in very lightly spine-sunned, unclipped dustjacket. A very nice, tidy copy. 60.00 "If, as we all hope and as Dr Arendt believes, major warfare is a thing of the past, this century will nevertheless continue to be a century of revolutions. in the contest that divides the world today, in which so much is at stake, those will probably win who understandrevolution, while those who still put their faith in war as the last resor t of foreign policy will find themselves masters of an obsolete trade. Revolution is among the most recent of all major political phenomena. To analyse and interpret its meaning Dr Arendt turns back to the first great examples: the American and the French. How was it possible for the first to accomplish its objectives under the control and guidance of the men who started it, while the second foundered in impotence and terror so that the onlookerscame to believe that revolution must of necessity devoir its own children? What basic difference bewteen the two made the French Revolution, wit its emphasis on historical necessity, the apparently inescapable model for later revolutions in Russia and China? What has happened to the ideal of freedom as the end and justification of revolution. With her characteristic originality and brilliance of analysis, Dr Arendt traces back to their ebginnigns the principles that underlie these great events, principles that contain the answers to these questions and throw light upon the present and the future. Finally, she advances a daring proposal for restoring the revolutionary virtues and eliminating the evils of mass society -- a means of reconciling equality with authority and of restoring public happiness and public freedom to the people." - from the dustjacket. Contents: Introduction: War andRevolution; 1. The Meaning of Revoluition; 2. The Social Question; 3. The Pursuit of Happiness; 4. Foundation I: Constitutio Libertatis; 5. Foundation II: Novus Ordo Saeclorum; 6. The Revolutionary Tradition and Its Lost Treasure. With bibliography and index.

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35 ARMSTRONG, Terence (ed.) Hakluyt Society 2nd Series 146 MINORSKY, Tatiana, trans. WILEMAN, David, trans. Yermak's Campaign in Siberia. in dj
Hakluyt Society, London, 1975, ISBN:0904180034 1975 
ARMSTRONG, Terence, (ed.). Yermak's Campaign in Siberia : A selection of documents translated from the Russian by Tatiana Minorsky and David Wileman, and edited, with an introduction and notes, by Terence Armstrong. London : The Hakluyt Society, 1975. First Edition. Pp (4),v-x,1-315,(3) + folding frontispiece + 1 folding map. Illustrated. Map in text. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine, and gilt Hakluyt device to front.

Hakluyt Society, Second Series, Volume 146.

"The Russian conquest of Siberia was an event of which the consequences have only slowly become apparent. Already great, they may come to dominate much of our world; with today’s technology, a resource base of this size and richness confers immense power on the owner. The conquest was a gradual process of absorption. But if one had to assign a time and place for its start, then one would certainly choose the campaign of Yermak in the 1580s. This enterprise was by no means wholly successful, and probably fewer than a thousand Russians participated in it. But it was the first entry in force into Siberia, and Russian historians have long regarded it as crucial.

Among English-speakers, the events are not svo well known. The object of this book is to provide the reader of English with translations of the most important documents relating to the campaign. There are several narrative accounts, collectively known as the Siberian chronicles: the Stroganov, Yesipov; Remezov and New chronicles. The Remezov chronicle, written about 1700, is illustrated with 154 pen and ink drawings. These are of great historical and artistic interest, for very few Russian drawings of this period survive. All are reproduced here. The collection of documents is rounded out with seven charters or decrees of Ivan IV relating to the advance across the Urals.

Dr Armstrong's introduction provides background on Muscovy's eastern frontier in the 16th century; the Stroganov family; the Cossacks, in particular Yermak Timofeyevich and his band; routes across the Urals; non-Russian peoples encountered; and the authorship and provenance of the chronicles. Mr William Harrison contributes an essay on Yermak as folk-hero." from the dj

Preface
Introduction
The Stroganov Chronicle;
The Yesipov Chronicle; The Remezov Chronicle (pp. 87- 277, including 157 illustrations, reproducing that chronicle's pen and ink drawings);

The New Chronicle;
Royal Charters and Letters Relating to the Advance across the Urals.
With references and index.

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36 ASCHER, Abraham Revolution of 1905 : Authority Restored. First Edition in dustjacket
Stanford University Press, Stanford, California, 1992, ISBN:0804719721 
ASCHER, Abraham. The Revolution of 1905 : Authority Restored.. Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, 1992. First Edition. [NOT a Print-on-Demand copy]. Pp (6),[vii]-xii,(4),[1]-443,(1),+ 12 pp plates. Map. 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "This second and final volume of the author's definitive study of the Revolution of 1905 and its aftermath focuses on the years 1906 and 1907, and in particular on the struggle over the Duma,the elected legislature that was the principal fruit of the events of 1905 . The first volume, The Revolution of 1905: Russia in Disarray, was published in 1988. Though it has been conventional to see the revolution as endingwith the suppression of the Moscow Uprising in December 1905, the author a rgues that Russians at the time certainly did not see it that way. Sporadicunrest and lawlessness continued into 1907, and many expected that new dis orders comparable to those of 1905 would break out. Everything hinged on the Duma, which the Tsar had promised to convene in his October Manifesto. Would the Tsar honor his commitment? What would the Duma's composition be? What might it accomplish, and what transformations might it achieve in the Russian system of government? Russians of every station and political orientation had their own ideas about the Duma. The Kadets (Constitutional Democrats) planned to use it to continue the struggle against autocracy through constitutional means; the peasants hoped it would give them land; revolutionaries feared it would undercut their appeal among urban workers and organized a campaign to boycott the elections to it; and the Tsar and his supporters had deep misgivings about it and tried in every way to sabotage it. The author convincingly argues that the final skirmishes of the revolution took place not on the barricades but in the halls of the Tauride Palace, where the Duma met, argued, was dissolved, and then met again. The struggles were now often procedural - for example, whether the Duma had the right to discuss legislative proposals before the government had devoted a full month to examining them - but the issues were fundamental if Russia was to experience a lasting transformation. The eventual failure of the Duma experiment of 1906 and 1907 had many causes. As the author shows, radicals on the left eventually turned against it with the same ferocity as those on the extreme right who had wanted it abolished all along. The tragedy of 1906-7 lay in the failure of the moderate parties of the center to forge a working relationship with the Tsar and his ministers. The causes of this failure are thoroughly and convincingly set out by the author in the final chapters of this monumental work on an important turning point in modern Russian history." (from the dj). Contents : A Note to the Reader. Introduction. 1. The Search for Stability. 2. Implementing Political Reform. 3. The First Steps of the Duma. 4. Stirrings from Below. 5. The Dissolution of the Duma. 6. A New Government Takes Command. 7. Peasants into Citizens. 8. The Second Duma. 9. Coup d'Etat. Conclusion. Very good in dustjacket. 75.00.

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37 ASCHER, William, (ed.) MIROVITSKAYA, Natalia, (ed.) Caspian Sea : A Quest for Environmental Security. NATO Science Series 2.Environment - Vol. 67.
Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 2000, ISBN:0792362195 
ASCHER, William and Natalia Mirovitskaya, (eds.). Caspian Sea : A Quest forEnvironmental Security. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, (2000). Pp 364. Illustrated. 8vo, printed card covers. NATO Science Series 2. Environment - Vol. 67. "This volume is based on the presentations and deliberationsof an Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) [...] that was held on March 15-19, 1999, in Venice (Italy). -from the text. Covers rubbed, pen notes to ffep, with occasional underlining to text, else very good. 45.00

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38 ASHMATOVA, Anna PROFFER, Carl R. (trans.) HUMESKY, Assya (trans.) Poem Without a Hero. in dj
Ardis, 1973, 
ASHMATOVA, Anna. A Poem Without a Hero. Translated by Carl R. Proffer with Assya Humesky. Ann Arbor, MI: Ardis, (1973). Pp. 54. 8vo, yellow cloth, brown titles to spine. The first complete English translation of the Russian author's major work, with notes and annotations, embodying her vision of the Silver Age of Russian culture before the collapse of the old world during the Revolution. Head and tail of spine bumped, else vg in worn, price-clipped dj (tears and chips to the edges, lightly rubbed). 75.00

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39 ATKIN, Muriel. Russia and Iran, 1780-1828. First Edition.
University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1980, 
ATKIN, Muriel. Russia and Iran, 1780-1828. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, (1980). First Printing. Pp. (8),ix-xii,(4),[1]-216. 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine. Contents: 1. Introduction: The Early Stages of Russo-Iranian Relations; 2. The Iranian Empire and the Caucasian Borderlands at the End of the Eighteenth Century; 3. Russian Expansion under Catherine the Great; 4. Russian Policy: Questions and Continuity; 5. Russia's Conquest of the Eastern Caucasus; 6. The Origins of the First Russo-Iranian War; 7. The War, 1804-1813; 8. France and Britain in Iran; 9. The Consequences of the Struggle for the Eastern Caucasus; 10. Conclusions. With notes, bibliography and index. Very good. 60.00

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40 AVENAS, Denise et Alain BROSSAT TROTSKY, Leon) BROSSAT, Alain Cahiers libres 221) Antitrotskysme : Elements d'histoire et de theorie. pbk.
Francois Maspero, Paris, 1971, 
AVENAS, Denise et Alain BROSSAT. De l'Antitrotskysme : Éléments d'histoire et de théorie . Paris: François Maspero, 1971. Pp. [1]-131,(7). 8vo, illustrated white card covers with red spine, french flaps. Cahiers libres 221. Front cover slightly splayed, else vg. 30.00

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