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Pan, London, 1956, 1st in imprint, paperback, 314pp, [vi] ads., #GP53, coloured pictorial upper wrapper, first pubished by Macmillan in 1949 and revised for this paperback edition, a study of British subjects who have betrayed their country, mainly those working for the Axis during WW2 and notably of the life and trial of William Joyce, Lord Haw Haw, and of John Amery, an Old Harrovian who tried to recruit Allied POW's for the Axis cause, as well as Dr. Alan Nunn May and Dr. Klaus Fuchs, new chapter on Burgess and Maclean, a little rubbed at extrems. with light creasing at cnrs., edges tanned, good plus,
GBP 5.50 [Appr.: EURO 6.5 US$ 7.01 | JPą 1100] Book number 44597

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