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W.P. Coates: with a preface by Ben Tillett MP:
Is Soviet Trade a Menace?

London: Anglo-Russian Parliamentary Committee, September, 1931. First edition. 117pp. Contents fresh and clean, and with a (late 20thC) lengthy and amiable gift inscription to the inside of the front cover, carried over to the top edge of the title page. In the original binding of green cloth over thin boards, printed in black. In the protected bright yellow pictorial dust jacket, showing some soiling and wear. Very nice copy. Very Good in G dust-jacket.

Price: £30.00


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[Stephen King-Hall]:
four 'National News-letter Reports on Communism', numbers 1, 2, 3, & 6: The Safety of the State; Russia and the World; The Nature of Soviet Propaganda; and: 'Soviet Foreign Policy 1945-52: The Campaign against the Free World, and The Danger to the State.'

London: K-H Services, 1952. Stapled booklets, of 32, 44, 20, and 55pp; contents all clean and unmarked, and order form intact in #6. All are in printed blue covers, 184x119mm, staples rusting, covers clean and fresh although that of #6 is slightly creased: inside the back cover is reproduced a commendatory letter to the author from Walter Lippmann. Nice fresh set. Very Good.

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[Anon]:
Communism and the Under-Developed Countries.

[England?] [not stated] [June 1954]. 28-page stapled booklet, 180x120mm. Warns of Soviet influence in the World Federation of Trade Unions, and Russia's fostering of National Liberation movements with the aim of exporting Communism. Some foxing to first two pages: otherwise clean in the printed green covers: no indication of authorship or publisher, but would appear to be a UK government publication. VG.

Price: £15.00


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[Anon]:
Soviet Policy on Nuclear Development.

[England?] [not stated] June 1957. 36-page stapled booklet, 195x124mm. A detailed critique of Soviet policy. Very clean in the printed green covers: no indication of authorship or publisher, but would appear to be a UK government publication. VG+.

Price: £25.00


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Auberon Waugh:
Auberon Waugh's Yearbook 1980. A news summary and press digest of 1980. A Pan Original.

London: Pan Books Ltd., 1981. First edition. [c.240pp?] Unpaginated: the extensive index directs the reader to the date entries. Never-read copy from storage. Contents pristine. Pictorial covers bright and fresh, spine flat: one corner has a tiny knock, and the lower joint has some tiny scuffs. Exceptional copy. Near Fine.

Price: £20.00


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Inamur Rehman:
Public Opinion and Political Development in Pakistan, 1947-1958.

Karachi: Oxford University Press, 1982. First edition. xvi, (ii), 282. Very fresh copy, appears unread. Contents clean and fresh: firm, in the original ochre glossy thin card covers: clean and bright, with sunning to the spine and to the foot of the front cover. Faint trace of scuffing to some edges. A very good copy. VG+.

Price: £38.00


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Sun Hee Chae:
The Transfer of Korean Passenger Car Production to East Central Europe: The Case for Direct Investment by Daewoo Motor. (PhD thesis).

PhD thesis submitted to the Development Planning Unit, University College London, 1998. 280pp, printed recto. Foolscap softcover. Explores the reasons for Daewoo Motor's direct investment in car manufacturing in Poland and Rumania, and investigates the company's comparative advantages and global strategy by identifying the pattern of its global operations. Contents clean and fresh, in flexi blue cloth covers, lettered on spine. Knocked at one corner. Very Good.
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Yasua Iljima:
Post-Cold War Demilitarisation and 'Korean Trading Diaspora' in Vladivostock: the Past and Present. (PhD thesis). Thesis submitted for the Degree of Ph.D in Planning Studies.

Development Planning Unit, Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning, University College London, 1999. 459pp: foolscap softcover, printed both sides. includes colour photographs and maps in the text. Examines the changes in the presence of Asian traders in Vladivostock from the mid nineteenth century up to the 1990s, and explores the dismantling of the "war-making" socialist state system and the reappearing of Chinese Korean traders, supported by the author's original fieldwork in the Chinese market in the city. Contents clean and unmarked, in printed blue textured card covers, knocked at one corner. Very Good.
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Neville Teller:
The Search for Détente: Israel and Palestine 2012-2014. [Inscribed copy].

London: Matador, 2014. Presumed first paperback edition. xv, 328pp. 1914 gift inscription from author to first page. Contents very clean and fresh, unread: covers bright and square, as new. Fine.

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