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Winston S. Churchill. The Second World War: Vol V. Cassell & Co Ltd., London, 1952.

Price: US$6.97 + shipping

Condition: Good

Description: 1952. 673 pages. No dust jacket. Rebound blue cloth boards with gilt lettering to spine. Pages and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues present such as mild cracking, inscriptions, inserts, light foxing, tanning and thumb marking. Overall a good condition item. Boards have mild shelf wear with light rubbing and corner bumping. Some light marking and sunning. Light staining to spine.

Seller: World of Rare Books, Goring-by-Sea, WTSX, United Kingdom

Winston S. Churchill. The Second World War: Volume V - Closing the Ring. Cassell & Co Ltd., London, 1952.

Price: US$7.29 + shipping

Description: First ed. 672 pages. Last page of index has bottom half missing. Text complete though. 1st class post to the UK, Airmail worldwide. Robust recyclable packaging.

Seller: M Godding Books Ltd, Devizes, WILTS, United Kingdom

Winston S. Churchill. The Second World War - Volume 2 Their Finest Hour. Cassell & Company Ltd, London, 1952.

Price: US$10.43 + shipping

Condition: Good

Description: 673pp,black cloth cover a little spotted, a lovely clean copy inside, not inscribed, good throughout.

Seller: WEST WESSEX BOOKS, Taunton, United Kingdom

Winston S. Churchill. The Second World War, Volume V Closing the Ring. Cassell & Co Ltd., London, 1952.

Price: US$11.73 + shipping

Condition: Good

Description: 1952. 673 pages. Volume V Closing the Ring. Grey dust jacket with red lettering over black cloth. Clean pages with firm binding. Minimal tanning to endpapers and page edges. Mild wear to spine, board edges and corners. Minor scuffing and soiling to boards. Unclipped dust jacket, in two pieces split down spine. Moderate wear, tear and loss to edges and corners, with sunning to spine. Light soiling to DJ.

Seller: World of Rare Books, Goring-by-Sea, WTSX, United Kingdom

winston s churchill. the second world war volume 5 closing the ring. cassell, LONDON United Kingdom, 1952.

Price: US$12.97 + shipping

Condition: Fair

Description: reasonable condition , might contain some or all of the blemishes/stains/dirt that you associate with age in books-intact name on first page

Seller: pristina, Isle of Man, United Kingdom

Churchill, Winston, S.. THE SECOND WORLD WAR Volume V (Five; 5) Closing the Ring. Cassell, London, 1952.

Price: US$13.03 + shipping

Condition: Near Fine

Description: First edition first printing. Large octavo hardback black cloth gilt xviiii + 673 pp. Illustrated with maps and diagrams. Near Fine condition in Near Very Good unclipped dust jacket (slightly chipped at edges).No inscriptions.

Seller: Alexander's Books, Royal Leamington Spa, United Kingdom

Winston S. Churchill. The Second World War: Volume V - Closing the Ring. Cassell And Co. Ltd, London, 1952.

Price: US$13.03 + shipping

Condition: Very Good

Description: First edition, first printing. In very good black cloth boards, gilt titles to spine; tightly bound, fairly clean covers. Illustrated mauve and white end papers, with lion symbol and Churchill's initials, clean. Top edge mauve; other edges lightly tanned and foxed. Text block very good, tight and unmarked. With maps and diagrams. In good dust jacket in same design as end papers; fairly clean, with chipped and slightly torn edges. Not price clipped. The other fiver volumes available from same seller.

Seller: Clevedon Community Bookshop Co-operative, Clevedon, United Kingdom

Winston S. Churchill. The Second World War: Volume V. Cassell & Co Ltd London, 1952.

Price: US$13.03 + shipping

Condition: Good

Description: 1952. 673 pages. Pictorial dust jacket over black cloth. Pages and binding are presentable with no major defects. Minor issues present such as mild cracking, inscriptions, inserts, light foxing, tanning and thumb marking. Overall a good condition item. Boards have mild shelf wear with light rubbing and corner bumping. Some light marking and sunning. Unclipped jacket has light edge wear with minor tears and chipping. Moderate tanning, with rubbing and marking.

Seller: World of Rare Books, Goring-by-Sea, WTSX, United Kingdom

Winston S. Churchill. The Second World War : Volume V- Closing The Ring. Cassell & Company Ltd., London, 1952.

Price: US$13.03 + shipping

Condition: Very Good

Description: Unread.D/W shelf-worn,fading to spine,tears top/tail of top/bottom edges ,edge of front flap torn,some marks on the back,not clipped.Book black boards,gilt lettering to spine,colour bright,top page edges dyed red,other edges lightly tanned ,previous owner's name and date on 1st page after fep,contents clean and bright. Please note this is a heavy book and would require extra shipping if posted outside the UK.

Seller: eclecticbooks, BOLTON, United Kingdom

Churchill, Winston,. The Second World War, Volume IV, The Hinge of Fate, [The theme of this volume is how the power of the Grand Alliance became preponderant: Book I The Onslaught of Japan, Book II Africa Redeemed],. Cassell & Co., London, 1952,, 1952.

Price: US$15.64 + shipping

Description: first edition, thick 8vo (spine 67mm wide), 37 diagrams and maps (some large folding, some with a particular feature printed red, two facsimile letters, cut fore-edge spotted, only very occasionally encroaching on the very edge of a margin, original cloth, title gilt on spine, dw rubbed all edges and ragged top and bottom of spine, the book irself vg.

Seller: Crouch Rare Books, Godalming, United Kingdom

Winston Churchill. The Second World War Volume V. Cassell & Co Ltd, London, United Kingdom, 1952.

Price: US$15.64 + shipping

Condition: Very Good

Description: The Second World War: Volume V - Closing the Ring by Winston S. Churchill. 1952. Hardback. UK first edition, first printing. Book and jacket in very good condition. Jacket has a little bumping and has faded at spine. Small tear to front cover near spine. Jacket has been price clipped. Clean throughout. Bookseller Inventory #HFB002978

Seller: Hunt For Books, Blackburn, United Kingdom

Churchill Winston S. (Compiled By Charles Eade). The War Speeches of the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill Volume Two. Cassell, London, 1952.

Price: US$19.55 + shipping

Description: Hardback. A near very good copy in black cloth lettered in gilt. One corner bumped and smallish indentation to top edge of upper board. In a rather poor dustwrapper missing the top inch or so of the upper panel and with a number of tears. Gift inscription on front end-paper. Pp.xv,560. This volume contains speeches given from June 25, 1941 to September 6, 1943.

Seller: Blacket Books, PBFA, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Churchill, Winston S.. Closing the Ring, Volume V [Five] of the Second World War. Cassell & Company, Ltd., London, 1952.

Price: US$20.00 + shipping

Condition: Very Good

Description: 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 673 pages; HC in original black cloth with title lettering brightly in gilt to spine. Soundly bound and clean with just trivial bumping to top corners; just a little shaken in the spine. London, 1st edition. Lacking dust jacket, else VG

Seller: DogStar Books, Lancaster, PA, U.S.A.

Churchill Winston S. The Second World War, Volume V, Closing the Ring. London, Toronto: Cassell, 1952.

Price: US$20.00 + shipping

Condition: Good

Description: 673 pp, includes folding maps

Seller: Sam's Place Books, Winnipeg, MB, Canada

Winston Churchill. The Second World War ( Volume V ) Closing the Ring. Cassell, London, 1952.

Price: US$23.28 + shipping

Condition: Very Good

Description: 673 pages.Black boards with bright gold lettering.7 appendices,1 facsimiles,20 maps and diagrams.A good square spine,sharp points,no edgewear.A nice copy.

Seller: Brooks Books, Oakville, ON, Canada

Churchill, Winston S.. The Second World War: Volume V Closing The Ring. Cassell & Company Ltd, London, 1952.

Price: US$23.91 + shipping

Condition: Good

Description: Cassell, London. 1952. First Edition. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good+. Very minor foxing to prelims Light shelf wear. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Price clipped. Very minor bumping and chipping to jacket. Fading to spine.

Seller: The Book Room NZ (06 3767757) , Tararua, New Zealand

Smuts, J. C. (Jan Christian), b. 1912.. Jan Christian Smuts.. London: 1952., Cassell & Company,, 1952.

Price: US$27.50 + shipping

Description: xvi, 568 p.: 23 halftone plates & 5 maps. VG orig. red boards in torn and taped dj

Seller: Alec R. Allenson, Inc., Westville, FL, U.S.A.

Winston S. Churchill. In the Balance. Cassell and Company Ltd., London, 1952.

Price: US$30.00 + shipping

Description: This is a British first edition of the third of Churchill's five postwar speech volumes. Condition is near very good. The binding is square and tight with minor soiling and gently bumped corners. The blue cloth remains notably bright for an unjacketed copy, with no appreciable difference in color between the spine and the boards, and strong spine gilt. The contents are clean and bright with no ownership markings. Spotting appears to be confined to the page edges. In the Balance includes 58 speeches and broadcasts delivered between 26 January 1949 and 14 December 1950. Having done so much to win the war, Churchill faced frustration of his postwar plans when his wartime government fell to Labour in the General Election of July 1945. In the Balance was published on 18 October 1951, just a week before the Conservatives won the General Election, returning Churchill to Downing Street on 26 October 1951 at the age of 76. Befitting a Leader of the Opposition, Churchill's speeches address a wide range of domestic and foreign issues, including devaluation of the British Pound, the General Election of February 1950, the Korean War, and establishment of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. By this time, the political experience that underpinned Churchill's postwar oratory was unrivaled. Member of Parliament for half a century, Churchill was beginning his sixth consecutive decade serving in a British Cabinet. Perhaps nothing better speaks to Churchill's truly singular experience than his 31 March 1949 speech at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (at pages 40-51), where he gave a tour de force survey of the period 1900-1945 that is - characteristic of Churchill - both incisive and lyrical: "In 1900 a sense of moving hopefully forward to brighter, broader, easier days predominated. Little did we guess that what has been called the Century of the Common Man would witness as its outstanding feature more common men killing each other with greater facilities than any other five centuries put together in the history of the world. but it is not in the power of material forces in any period. to alter the main elements in human nature or restrict the infinite variety of forms in which the soul and genius of the human race can and will express itself." Bibliographic Reference: Cohen A255.1, Woods/ICS A130(a), Langworth p.301.

Seller: Churchill Book Collector ABAA/ILAB/IOBA, San Diego, CA, U.S.A.

Winston S Churchill. The Second World War - Volume V (5) - Closing The Ring.. London, UK : Cassell. 1st edition 1952 (1st printing), 1952.

Price: US$33.88 + shipping

Condition: Near Fine

Description: Published by Cassell. 1st edition 1952 (1st printing).Hardback, 673 pages, black cloth covered boards, gilt lettering - title, Dustwrapper, not price clipped, protected by removable clear pvc cover. Condition : Light foxing to page edges, Small owners stamp to front end-paper - Nr Fine in small tear in centre of spine of Dustwrapper, spine faded. Very Good Language: eng Language: eng Language: eng

Seller: Othello's Bookshop, Lowestoft, Suffolk, United Kingdom

Churchill, Winston S.. THE SECOND WORLD WAR Volume V Closing The Ring. Cassell & Co. Ltd, London, 1952.

Price: US$43.75 + shipping

Condition: Near Fine

Description: First Edition First printing in near fine condition with complete dust jacket in very good plus condition. Neat former owners bookplate on paste down end paper otherwise clean text and sound, tight binding. Original 30s. price printed on dj flap. Illustrated end papers match the design on the dust jacket, grey background . Removable form fitting clear plastic cover on dj. xviii, 673 pages including bibliography and index; illustrated, maps, some folding; 22 cm. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller: Vera Enterprises LLC /VeraBook, Clarksburg, NJ, U.S.A.

Churchill, Winston S.. Closing the Ring ( Volume V of the Second World War Series. Cassell & Co., London et al, 1952.

Price: US$75.00 + shipping

Condition: Very Good

Description: xviii,673 Pp. Volume V only Cloth in dust jacket; decorated endpapers

Seller: Schooner Books Ltd.(ABAC/ALAC), Halifax, NS, Canada

Winston S. Churchill. THE SECOND WORLD WAR. VOLUME V CLOSING THE RING.. Cassell, London, 1952.

Price: US$78.01 + shipping

Condition: Very Good

Description: A firm book, small dent to top of back cover. Internally spotless. Dust jacket spine slightly sunned, piece missing front top of front panel, NOT price clipped. Size: 8 1/2 X 5 1/2"

Seller: Black Stump Books And Collectables, Skipton, VIC,, Australia

Winston S. Churchill. The War Speeches (three volumes). Cassell & Company, London, 1952.

Price: US$287.37 + shipping

Condition: Very Good

Description: Complied by Charles Eade in three volumes all are first editions and in dark blue cloth covered boards the DWs are in fair condition dusty with chips and some loss, spines are discoloured they are protected. Please ask if further info or photos are required, heavy set exrta postage will be requested

Seller: A.O'Neill, Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Winston Churchill ; Charles Eade. The War Speeches of the R T Hon Winston S. Churchill - 3 Volumes. Cassell, London, 1952.

Price: US$319.29 + shipping

Condition: Very Good

Description: This edition first published 1952. Vg+ robust hardback copies in black buckram, dust jackets have a little edge-wear, including half-inch chips to spines of Vols One and Two. There are also some sealed tears, but the appearance is greatly improved by mylar covers. (Photos on request). Note: the round pink titles area on volume 1 is darkened at the top half. OVERSEAS SHIPPING TO EXCEED QUOTED RATE. LISTING PHOTO DOES NOT NECESSARILY MATCH THIS COPY.

Seller: St Paul's Bookshop P.B.F.A., STAMFORD, United Kingdom

CHURCHILL. WINSTON. S.; .. THE WAR SPEECHES. Compiled by Charles Eade.. Cassell & Company ltd. London.,1952, 1952.

Price: US$390.97 + shipping

Condition: Very Good

Description: FIRST COLLECTED EDITION. Three volumes. Large 8vo. (10 x 6.5 inches). Very good set in original dustwrappers which have closed tears, chipping and some loss to the edges, particularly the bottom of the spines on volumes 2 and 3. Internally a clean copy and the bindings still solid and firm. Overall a near to very good set of the definitive edition of Churchill's war speeches. Only 4700 sets were published, on september 3rd 1952. The first volume is dated 1951 but was issued at the same time as volumes 2 and 3.:

Seller: Paul Foster. - ABA & PBFA Member., London, United Kingdom

Winston S. Churchill. The War Speeches of the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill. Cassell and Company Ltd., London, 1952.

Price: US$475.00 + shipping

Description: This is a jacketed, first printing set of the three-volume "definitive" edition of Churchill's war speeches, published during Churchill's second and final premiership. During his long public life, Winston Churchill played many roles worthy of note - Member of Parliament for more than half a century, soldier and war correspondent, author of scores of books, ardent social reformer, combative cold warrior, Nobel Prize winner, painter. But Churchill's preeminence as a historical figure owes most to his indispensable leadership during the Second World War, when his soaring and defiant oratory sustained his countrymen and inspired the free world. Of Churchill, Edward R. Murrow said: "He mobilized the English language and sent it into battle." When Churchill was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1953, it was partly " for brilliant oratory in defending exalted human values." Between 1941 and 1946, Churchill's war speeches were published in seven individual volumes. Charles Eade played a critical role in their original publication, as well as in the publication of this edition issued during Churchill's second premiership. Charles Eade (1903-1964) was a noted figure in British journalism. In 1938 he became editor of the Sunday Dispatch, a post he held until 1957. Eade was also an early radio sports commentator, and during the Second World War served as public relations advisor to Louis Mountbatten. In 1942 Eade stepped in as compiler of Churchill's wartime speech volumes, replacing Churchill's son, Randolph, who had been called to wartime service. Notably, he offered his services free of charge, stating, "my reward for the task would be the pleasure of doing it" (7 May 1941 letter from Charles Eade to Kathleen Hill). Eade ultimately edited six of the seven wartime volumes - all except the first, Into Battle. For this "definitive" edition of Churchill's war speeches, Eade returned to the role. In 1952, during Churchill's second premiership, the publisher reissued the War Speeches as a new, three-volume edition. This edition is, in many ways, superior to the original seven wartime editions in both aesthetics and content. Gone is the cheap economy paper of the wartime editions. The binding is a heavy navy cloth with attractive, uniform dust jackets. The books each measure a substantial 10 x 6.25 inches. New speeches are added, as is a helpful index. Some of the original speeches considered peripheral are eliminated while others are retitled and chronological dates are replaced with brief transitional or introductory notes. This first edition, first printing, three-volume set is a near very good set in good plus dust jackets. The blue cloth bindings are all square and tight and quite respectable, with vivid spine gilt. We note light wear confined to extremities with the exception of some minor blemishes to the Volume I front cover. The contents are clean with a crisp feel. The sole previous ownership mark is the same tiny Morpeth bookseller sticker affixed to each lower rear pastedown. Light spotting appears confined to top edges. The first printing dust jackets are all unclipped and highly complete, with minor chipping at the spine ends and light wear to extremities, but nonetheless show overall toning and soiling, most pronounced to the spines. The dust jackets are protected with removable, archival quality clear covers. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A263.1(I-III).a, Woods/ICS A136(a.1), Langworth p.303.

Seller: Churchill Book Collector ABAA/ILAB/IOBA, San Diego, CA, U.S.A.

Winston S. Churchill. The War Speeches of the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill the publisher's file copy from the Cassell & Company Limited archives, with an internal memo from Cassell regarding a prospective reprint of Churchill's speeches. Cassell and Company Ltd., London, 1952.

Price: US$1500.00 + shipping

Description: This is a superior, jacketed, first printing set of the three-volume "definitive" edition of Churchill's war speeches, published during Churchill's second and final premiership. Provenance of this set is the publisher’s archives. Laid in, on a printed Cassell "Memo" sheet, is a hand-written memorandum from an "Anne" to a "Jo" regarding the difficulty and expense of producing a reprint of "Churchills Speeches" and advising a reset "along with the 17 new chapters". The Cassell memo is dated "15/3/89". The memo concludes "cost to be advised." The assumption is that costs proved prohibitive; there is no bibliographic record of a war speeches edition produced between 1978 and 2001. Happily, this first printing set benefitted from being stored away in the Cassell archives. Condition is near fine in near fine dust jackets. The navy bindings are square, clean, bright, and tight. Trivial wear is confined to a few small bumps. The contents are quite clean for the edition, with no spotting and no previous ownership marks and just a bit of soiling on the substantially clean page edges. The dust jackets are unclipped, retaining the original front flap prices. We note only fractional loss to a few corners and hinge extremities and a shallow chip at the upper front face of Volume Two. The dust jackets are modestly soiled, but nonetheless have excellent shelf presentation, with no discernible spine toning. We have fitted the jackets with removable, archival quality clear covers. During his long public life, Winston Churchill played many roles - Member of Parliament for more than half a century, soldier and war correspondent, author of scores of books, ardent social reformer, combative cold warrior, Nobel Prize winner, painter. But Churchill's preeminence as a historical figure owes most to his indispensable leadership during the Second World War, when his soaring and defiant oratory sustained his countrymen and inspired the free world. Of Churchill, Edward R. Murrow said: "He mobilized the English language and sent it into battle." When Churchill was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1953, it was partly " for brilliant oratory in defending exalted human values." Between 1941 and 1946, Churchill's war speeches were published in seven individual volumes. Charles Eade (1903-1964), longtime editor of the Sunday Dispatch, played a critical role in their original publication, as well as in the publication of this edition issued during Churchill's second premiership. In 1942 Eade stepped in as compiler of Churchill's wartime speech volumes, replacing Churchill's son, Randolph, who had been called to wartime service. Notably, he offered his services free of charge, stating, "my reward for the task would be the pleasure of doing it" (7 May 1941 letter from Charles Eade to Kathleen Hill). Eade ultimately edited six of the seven wartime volumes - all except the first, Into Battle. For this "definitive" edition of Churchill's war speeches, Eade returned to the role. In 1952, during Churchill's second premiership, the publisher reissued the War Speeches as a new, three-volume edition. This edition is, in many ways, superior to the original seven wartime editions in both aesthetics and content. Gone is the cheap economy paper of the wartime editions. The binding is a heavy navy cloth with attractive, uniform dust jackets. Further, the books each measure a substantial 10 x 6.25 inches (25.4 x 15.9 cm). New speeches are added, as is a very helpful index. Some of the original speeches considered peripheral are eliminated while others are retitled and chronological dates are replaced with brief transitional or introductory notes. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A263.1(I-III).a, Woods/ICS A136(a.1), Langworth p.303.

Seller: Churchill Book Collector ABAA/ILAB/IOBA, San Diego, CA, U.S.A.

Winston S. Churchill, compiled by Charles Eade. The War Speeches of the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill, presentation set inscribed on the day of publication by the compiler, Charles Eade, to Sir Arthur Elvin, owner of Wembley Stadium. Cassell and Company Ltd., London, 1952.

Price: US$2250.00 + shipping

Description: This presentation set of the first edition, first printing of the three-volume "definitive" edition of Churchill's war speeches was inscribed on the day of publication by the compiler, Charles Eade, to Sir Arthur Elvin. The inscription, inked in black in ten lines on the front free endpaper, reads: "Presented to | Sir Arthur Elvin | by the | Compiler | Charles Eade | as a token of appreciation | of the many happy | visits to Wembley Stadium | and Pool. | Sept. 3. 1952". Churchill's war speeches were first published in seven individual volumes. Charles Eade (1903-1964) played a critical role in their original publication, as well as in this edition issued during Churchill's second premiership. A noted figure in British journalism, Eade became editor of the Sunday Dispatch in 1938, a post he held until 1957. Eade was also an early radio sports commentator, and during the Second World War served as public relations advisor to Louis Mountbatten. In 1942 Eade stepped in as compiler of Churchill's wartime speech volumes, replacing Churchill's son, Randolph, who had been called to wartime service. Notably, Eade offered his services free of charge, stating, "my reward for the task would be the pleasure of doing it" (7 May 1941 letter from Charles Eade to Kathleen Hill). Eade ultimately edited six of the seven wartime volumes - all except the first, Into Battle. For this "definitive" edition of Churchill's war speeches, Eade returned to the role. Eade later served as editor for Churchill By His Contemporaries. Sir Arthur Elvin (1899-1957), son of a police officer, joined the Royal Flying Corps at seventeen. Sent to France as an observer, he was shot down and taken prisoner. He escaped twice but was recaptured because he could not swim. This experience, he later said, made him want to build a public swimming-pool. In the late 1920s, Elvin purchased Wembley Stadium, where he established greyhound racing. In 1933-34 Wembley became more than a racing track with construction of the Empire Pool. A reinforced concrete frame of three hinged arches spanning 240 feet made the largest concrete span in the world at that time. The pool was 200 feet long and 60 feet wide, with a removable floor in order to stage skating, ice hockey, ice spectacles, and boxing. During the Second World War, Elvin entertained servicemen and women and the pool was occupied by Gibraltarians. In 1948 Elvin’s longtime ambition and advocacy was realized when Wembley Stadium and the Empire Pool were used for the Olympic Games. Elvin was made an honorary freeman of the borough of Wembley in 1945, appointed MBE in the same year, and knighted in 1946. (ODNB) In 1952, the publisher reissued the War Speeches as this new, three-volume edition, which may be considered superior to the original seven-volume wartime editions in both aesthetics and content. Eade modified many speech titles, added several speeches, and eliminated several for which he deemed "time has reduced their significance." The speeches "are linked, where necessary, with brief notes to form a complete, chronological story." Each volume features an index. The three tall volumes (10 x 6.35 inches) are bound in smooth, dark blue cloth with stout boards and gilt spine print and wrapped in uniform dust jackets. This presentation set is in very good condition in like dust jackets. The blue bindings are clean and bright with minor wear confined to extremities. The contents are bright with a crisp feel. Internal spotting is confined to the Volume I endpapers. The page edges show mild age-toning, trivial spotting, and faint staining to the lower Volume III fore edges. The dust jackets are bright with modest spotting to the Volume II jacket, light wear to extremities, and neatly price-clipped Volume I & III lower front flaps. The dust jackets are protected in removable, archival quality clear covers. Bibliographic reference: Cohen A263.1(I-III).a, Woods/ICS A136(a.1), Langworth p.303.

Seller: Churchill Book Collector ABAA/ILAB/IOBA, San Diego, CA, U.S.A.