Posts Tagged "World Crisis"

THE WORLD CRISIS 1911-1918: SECOND (FIRST BRITISH) ABRIDGED EDITION

Posted on Sep 14, 2012

THE WORLD CRISIS 1911-1918: SECOND (FIRST BRITISH) ABRIDGED EDITION

This is not simply an abridgement of the World Crisis, it has been revised by Churchill with new material and there is also a whole new chapter on the Battle of the Marne, as well as a new introduction. This single volume edition…

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THE WORLD CRISIS by WINSTON CHURCHILL: First Abridged Edn.

Posted on Sep 6, 2012

THE WORLD CRISIS by WINSTON CHURCHILL: First Abridged Edn.

First Abridged Edition in the original first printing dust jacket of the book The World Crisis 1911-1918 by Winston Churchill. The front of dust jacket features a full length photo of Churchill in top hat and tails while the rear cover of the dust jacket…

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The World Crisis – Signed by the Author, Winston Churchill

Posted on Jan 12, 2012

The World Crisis – Signed by the Author, Winston Churchill

The World Crisis 1911 – 1918 Abridged and Revised Edition by The Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill. British, one volume edition. Macmillan 1943. A superb book together with a very clean inscription and excellent provenance. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket. Inscribed by Churchill on the ffep. “To C.A. Carter from Winston S. Churchill 1945″. Laid in a typed letter…

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EASTON PRESS BOOKS – All 47 Vols. by or about Winston Churchill

Posted on Nov 26, 2011

EASTON PRESS BOOKS – All 47 Vols. by or about Winston Churchill

47 Easton Press Books by or about Winston Churchill.

The Easton Press has been prolific in its output of works by and about Winston Churchill.

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The World Crisis Vols. 1-VI: Signed by the Author Winston Churchill in 5 of 6 Volumes

Posted on Nov 24, 2011

The World Crisis Vols. 1-VI: Signed by the Author Winston Churchill in 5 of 6 Volumes

This particular set is the London Thornton Butterworth Ltd. 1923-1931. 5 volumes in 6. All first editions first impressions with the exception of the first volume which is a second impression. The set is significant for the inscriptions from Churchill to Lady Destborough (Ethel “Ettie” Anne Priscilla Fane Grenfell) the wife of 1st Baron Desborough…

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