Passed By the Censor; the Experience of an American Newspaper Man in France

Williams, Wythe

Editorial: e p Dutton, New York, 1916
Condición: Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
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270 pages; 5 parts.Pages tight; no markings on pages; slight yellowing; no page wear; Red cover with gild lettering on front and spine. Slight shelf wear. Book autographed by author with notation: "To Ed and Mrs. Ed Keen with the very best wishes" Wythe Williams Paris July 1916 in front endpapers. Paste on label by previous owner, Ed Keen on front inside cover. b/w full page drawing of Myron Herrick, US Ambassador to France on frontispiece. Introduction by Myron T Herrick; endorsement by Georges Clemenceau.; letter to author from Senator Lafayette Young in front of book. severl b/w full page photos throughout book.Rare 14" x 22 1/2" foldout map of "Front d'Artois reproduction by French Ministry of War dated September 25, 1915 (the date the great offensive was launched against the Germans both in Artois and Champagne.) Map shows the front line of the German trenches extending back to the second and third lines of defense of the Germans. (first of its kind ever presented to the public.) Part 1 has 5 chapters entitled "the Hectic week"; Part 2 is entitled "The Greatest story" (the Actuality and the Field of Glory"; Part 3 entitled "The Arm of Military Authority" (The Field of Battle; Detained by the Colonel; the Cherche Midi Under the Croix Rouge); Part 4 entitled War-Corresponding De Luxe (Out with Captain Blank; Joffre, The Man of the Marne and the Yser; The Battle of the Labyrinth; "With the Honors of War"; Sister Julie, Chevalier of the Legion of Honor; The Silent Cannon; D'Artagnan and the Soul of France. Part 5 entitled Three chapters in conclusion (A rearpost of war; Myths; When Chenal Sings the "Marseillaise". A VERY RARE BOOK FIRST EDITION WITH AUTOGRAPH AND NOTATION BY AUTHOR. N° de ref. de la librería S44mp-B502-5001

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Título: Passed By the Censor; the Experience of an ...

Editorial: e p Dutton, New York

Año de publicación: 1916

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Good

Condición de la sobrecubierta: No Jacket

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author(s)

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