The United States and East Central Europe 1914-1918: a study in Wilsonian diplomacy and propaganda

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0001000011670
Author: Victor S. Mamatey
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1957
$30.00
1957. 
Published by Princeton University Press, New Jersey.  
Dust jacket is present. In Good condition. Chips and tears. Foxing. Shelf wear. Tanning. Synopsis on front flap. Price is clipped.
Cover is hard bound in Blue cloth. In Good condition. Marks. Corners bumped. Shelf and edge wear.
End papers are intact. Foxing. Bookseller’s label on front pastedown. Pencil marks on front fly. 
Preliminaries - dedication, preface, acknowledgements, contents, maps. 
Main text body - 431 pages. In Very Good condition.
Back matter - conclusion, bibliography, index. 
Edges are even. Foxing.  
Spine is tight with no gutter damage. Gilt lettering. Ends bumped.
Page structure is sound with no missing pages.

This is the story of the part played by the United States in the breakup of the old Habsburg Empire, with the subsequent creation of Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia and the unification of Rumania and Italy. 
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1957. 
Published by Princeton University Press, New Jersey.  
Dust jacket is present. In Good condition. Chips and tears. Foxing. Shelf wear. Tanning. Synopsis on front flap. Price is clipped.
Cover is hard bound in Blue cloth. In Good condition. Marks. Corners bumped. Shelf and edge wear.
End papers are intact. Foxing. Bookseller’s label on front pastedown. Pencil marks on front fly. 
Preliminaries - dedication, preface, acknowledgements, contents, maps. 
Main text body - 431 pages. In Very Good condition.
Back matter - conclusion, bibliography, index. 
Edges are even. Foxing.  
Spine is tight with no gutter damage. Gilt lettering. Ends bumped.
Page structure is sound with no missing pages.

This is the story of the part played by the United States in the breakup of the old Habsburg Empire, with the subsequent creation of Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia and the unification of Rumania and Italy. 
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Author Victor S. Mamatey
Condition Good
Hard Cover? N/A
Publication Year 1957
Gift Type N/A
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