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New York: Viking, 2004. Illustrated with some black-and-white photographs and movie stills. 300 pages, 8vo two-tone black and grey boards, dust wrapper. New York: Viking, (2004). First American Edition. A very good(+) copy in a very good dust wrapper. Story of Checkov's niece who was a silent movie star, and a soviet spy in Nazi Germany.
Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1968. With an essay by Bruno Bettelheim. 177pp. 8vo, black cloth, d.w. chipped, otherwise very good. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, (1968). First American Edition. Author recorded the political content of the dreams of Germans living under the Nazi regime from 1933 to 1939. From the library of Howard Kissel, drama critic of the New York Daily News, with his signature.
Berlin: Der Welkrieg im Bild, 1926. 2 volumes. 350 and 350 pages; nearly each page with a black-and-white photograph. Thick 8vo, blue cloth with decorative spines and front covers; volume I with book plate and ownership signature, hinges mended, both volumes lightly rubbed. Berlin and Oldenburg: Der Weltkrieg im Bild, 1926. Internally fine, a very good set.