Soviet Union in Maps Its Origin and Development
Fullard, Harold (editor)

London, England: George Philip & Son, Ltd., 1961. 32 pages; illustrated in color throughout with historical, economic, ethnographic, geographic and other data. A tipped-in notice from the Denoyer-Geppert Company of Chicago, Illinois who were distributing the book in the U.S., notes that "...Although many of the objectionable features of earlier editions have been eliminated (the company) assumes no responsibility nor does it subscribe to all of the statements made in the foreword and text materials accompanying the maps. The value of this collection of maps remains in the fact that it is one of the best inexpensive English language atlases of the USSR. Statistically it is as up-to-date as possible, since 1939 census data are the latest available..." and also tipped -in is the Denoyer list of maps and atlases of the U.S.S.R. for sale, along with advertising a set of seven filmstrips 'for sixth grade and up' on living in the Soviet Union at the time. Approx. 7 1/2" x 9 3/4" size. Brightly printed illustrated softcover in oblong format. Binding with a little edge, tips wear; contents clean and in very good condition. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 25140)


Topic Notification

Site by Bibliopolis