Published by Oxford University Press, 1949.
A two-volume set, correlating the Soviet contribution to our understanding of events and situations between the wars, continuing to the date of the German attack on Russia in June 1941. Volume One is the 2nd impression, Volume Two is the 1st edition. Hardbacks, pp xii, 261 + folded map of Eastern Siberia and its Neighbours; pp viii, 434.
Good overall condition, in dustjackets: vol. 1 cloth heavily damp-marked, binding a little loose, contents very clean; vol. 2 is at least VG, however; previous owner’s bookplate to front pastedown of both volumes. Both dustjackets variously chipped and nicked, some marks, but complete and generally very smart.
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