AMERIKA UND ENGLAND IM DEUTSCHEN, ÖSTERREICHISCHEN UND SCHWEIZERISCHEN SCHRIFTTUM DER JAHRE 1945-1949.
- Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer Verlag, 1951.
- stiff paper wrappers
- ix, 259 pages
- Order Nr. 101669
- Price: $20.00 other currencies
Written in German. With a foreword, introduction, and index by author. Contains 4406 entries. Wear on spine and extremities. Laid-in is the bookplate of Oak Knoll designating this as from the library of H. P. Kraus.
Felcone, Joseph J.
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