x, 100pp. Contents clean and unmarked, with faint tanning to front endpapers where newscuttings were laid in. In the original binding of black cloth, spine titled in silver. Boards in good order, spine slightly rubbed, fraying at the head, with a small split to the upper joint. The protected unclipped dust jacket is in poor condition: the front panel extensively chipped, and most of the spine gone, some internal repairs done with Magic Tape. Vehement account by a British Officer who spent 15 months in Buchenwald before liberation, with his views as to what the behaviours of the different nationalities in the camp might augur for the future of Europe.
Good in poor dust-jacket.
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