Your Holiday in Yugoslavia
Alvin Redman, 1957 2nd. Binding: Hardcover (Original Cloth). Book Condition: Very Good + Book. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1.25 kilos. Category: Countries & Travel ; Inventory No: 005959. (Book ref. 005959) £4.00
BRITAIN AND THE WAR FOR YUGOSLAVIA, 1940-1943.
Columbia University Press, New York 1980. [iv] + 351pp. + [iii]. Map. Some mainly marginal pencil ruling, ex.-libris F.W. Deakin, original gilt lettered cloth. East European Monographs No. LXIV.Ex-libris Bill Deakin, Sir Frederick William Dampier Deakin (1913-2005). US$47 (Book ref. 198794) £30.00
GERMANY’S INFORMAL EMPIRE IN EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE. German Economic Policy toward Yugoslavia and Rumania, 1933-1939.
Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden GMBH, Stuttgart 1988. Royal 8vo. [x ] + 269pp. Good in lightly soiled and sl. chipped d/w. Veröffentilichungen des Instituts für Europäische Geschichte Mainz Band 128. US$31 (Book ref. 198293) £20.00
TITO And the Rise and Fall of Yugoslavia.
London. Sinclair-Stevenson. 1996. Large format paperback. 449 pages. B.w. illustrations. Maps. Fine, with edge of text-block beginning to yellow, in a fine papercover. Ex shop stock - UNREAD BOOK. ISBN: 1-85619-741-7. (Book ref. 5364) £12.95
BEACONS IN THE NIGHT - With The OSS and Tito's Partisans In Wartime Yugoslavia.
U.S.A. Stanford University Press. 1993. lst edn. Hardback. 383 pages. B.w. illustrations. Maps. Fine in black boards with gilt lettering to spine, in a fine d.w. Unread book from new stock. Written by one of the OSS officers who had been sent to assist the Partisans in cutting vital German rail lines and in tying down German troops that otherwise could be used to oppose the Allied offensives in Italy and the expected landings on the coast of France. ISBN: 0-8047-2123-8. (Book ref. 1069) £20.00
BLOODY BOSNIA - A European Tragedy.
London. Channel 4 Television/Guardian. Undated (circa 1993). Large square paperback. 50 pages. B.w. and colour photographs. Maps. Near-fine in a near-fine papercover (small crease at top of spine through storage). Unread. This book aims to provide the essential background to a better understanding of the war in Bosnia in particular and former Yugoslavia in general. It describes the flow of battle inside the country, and chronicles the ill-fated attempts of politicians and diplomats across Europe and the world to contain and resolve the crisis. Contributions from those who have covered the war at first hand. ISBN: 1851440704. (Book ref. 2779) £35.00
Fodor's Modern Guides: Yugoslavia
London: MacGibbon & Kee, 1962. 1st Edition. Hardcover. First Edition. No dj. Blue cloth with gilt titles. 'Illustrated edition with atlas and city plans'. 316 pp. Many b/w plates & line illustrations / maps, plus several pages of colour maps at rear. All complete. Spine slightly faded. Corners rubbed. Prev. owner's inscr. to ffep. Other pages very clean. Generally GOOD+ (Book ref. 0683) £4.50
A Paper House: The Ending of Yugoslavia
London: Hutchinson Radius, 1992. 1st Edition. Hardcover. /Dust Jacket Included. First Edition. 8vo. Colour dj. 322 pp. B/w map. Pages tanned, otherwise clean. No inscriptions. GOOD+ / VG (Book ref. 04399) £7.50
Fodor's Modern Guides: Yugoslavia
London: MacGibbon & Kee. Softcover. Undated. Circa 1960s. 316 pp. Illustrated, maps, etc. Covers a little edge-rubbed. GOOD (Book ref. 01861) £4.50
The Adversaries : America, Russia and the Open World 1941-1962
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1981. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 071000687X Red cloth binding, xvi + 259 pages, list of books for further reading, index; bright condition, no previous owner markings, with pictorial dustjacket, jacket illustrations by Illingworth, spine sunned. The Atlantic Charter of 1941 constituted the West's blue-print for post-war society. Accordingly it is here that Michael Balfour begins his account of how America and Russia developed as the rival "super-powers" in that society. (Book ref. 6895) £4.00
Kosovo: War and Revenge
New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 2000. Soft Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0300083548 xx & 348 pages, 42 b/w photographs, maps, notes, bibliography, index; detailed analysis of the origins of the Serb-Albanian conflict, based on extensive research, eyewitness reports and interviews with the leading protagonists. (Book ref. 6236) £6.00
Within Closed Frontiers. A Woman in Wartime Yugoslavia;
London, Chambers, 1956; 1sdt edition. Hardback. Very good/ Dj Good+ . 253pp. Purple covers with gilt tile on spine. Dust jacket has loss at top of spine, edge wear, price intact. " A vivid account of the conditions under German occupation by a woman who tells her story in a simple , objective way. Althrough the centuries the Serbs have been forced to submit to tyranny , their faith in right over might has never been surrendered." (Book ref. 11399) £12.00
Within Closed Frontiers : A Woman in Wartime Yugoslavia;
London, Chambers, 1956; Second edition. Hardback. Very good/ Dust jacket Very good. 253pp. Purple covers with bright gilt amorial on the front, title on the spine. Dust jakcet has price intact. " A vivid account of conditions during the German occupation in WW2 by a woman who tells her story in a simple objective way." (Book ref. 15131) £8.00
A Yugoslav Adventure;
Lonodn, Deutsch, 1957; 1st edition. Hardback. Very good+/ Dust jacket Very good+. 215pp with photographic illustrations. Brown covers with gilt title on spine. Protected dust jacket by Stephen Russ has price intact. " William Woods was an American novelist who took his wife and 3 daughters to live in Yugoslavia near Lake Bohinj, 7and toured as far as Ochrid near the Albanian border. This is his story of that wonderful summer." (Book ref. 15928) £25.00
Escape Through Yugoslavia;
London, Warne, 19556; 1st edition. Hardback. Nr fine/ Dj Good+. 255pp with coloured frontis.Attractive prize label on ffep. Cream covers with gilt decoration and lettering. Price clipped dust jacket has slight edge wear. Jacket and frontis. designed by Robert Johnston. (Book ref. 12187) £10.00
The Soul of Yugoslavia;
London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1941; 1st Edition; Hbk; Very good/ No Dw; 288pp with Photographs; Blue covers with red lettering. A descriptive and historical analysis. (Book ref. 3453) £14.00
The Triumphant Heretic : Tito's Struggle Against Stalin;
London, Heinemann, 1958; 1st edition. Hardback. Good+/ Dust jacket Very good. 324pp with Maps on endpapers. Green covers, faded in places, with gilt title on spine. Dust jacke thas closed tear at the corner, price intact . " To understand Yugoslavia's problems and Tito it is necessary to go back to the days of the Partisan warfare..." (Book ref. 15048) £8.00
DIE DAMPFLOKOMOTIVEN JUGOSLAWIENS
WIEN: VERLAG JOSEF OTTO SLEZAK, 1971. 1st. Glazed Boards. VG-. Large 8vo 3900134014 Details of the steam locos of the various Yugoslav railways including narrow gauge from 1918 onwards. German text. 196pp, about half being photos and drawings. VG copy in slightly worn glazed boards. Scarce. (Book ref. 010820) £25.00
Within Closed Frontiers a Woman in Wartime Yugoslavia
London: W&R Chambers, 1956. Second Edition. A very good copy in mauve boards lettered and decorated in gilt. A clean copy internally without foxing or ownership inscription. 253pp. The author, who held both British and Yugoslav nationality, narrates her experiences in Yugoslavia under German occupation during the years 1941-1944. (Book ref. 7124) £9.00
Marble skin ( translated from French by Greg Mosse).
London, Hutchinson, 1993. 1st. Good blue h/b with silver lettering on spine + good illustrated blue d/w, not price clipped. 5.5" x 9" 188pp. Page edges slightly browned, d/w has signs of wear. "Creating a scandal when it was first published in Yugoslavia in 1987, this provocative and immensely readable novels explodes one of the last taboos in our western culture - the image of the sexual mother." Weight 311g. 0091750881 (Book ref. 54) £5.00