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JOHNSON, A.; ASKEW, A & C.; TRENCH, P.; PORTER, T.; TREACHER, M.; CZAPLICKA, M.; MARTINDALE, F.; PITT-KETHLEY, V.; ANDERSON, A.; ET AL
Wide World - the Magazine for Men, July 1916, No. 219, Vol. XXXVII: The Floating Death (Mines)
New York, The International New Company. 1916, First Edition. Single Issue Magazine, 4to - over 9ĺ" - 12" tall. Ill.: Gilbert, A.; Holloway, W.H.; Rountree, H.; Somerfield, Thomas; Buchanan, Fred; Soper, George; Evison, G.H.; Pride, Sid; Gillett, Frank. Pages 194-286 plus 16 pages of ads. Features: The Floating Death - a North Sea trawler skipper's heroic battle with a mine entangled in the trawler's nets; The Darkest Hour - Part II - experiences in the great Serbian (WWI) retreat to Albania (with photo of the Serbian Cavalry fording the River Drin and more); The Snake-Hunter - John Rolliston's terrible fight; The Sheriff's Ruse - how the Sheriff of Deadwood tricked three desperadoes; Real-Life Romances of the War (WWI) - Part II; A Year In Arctic Siberia - Part III - amazing article and photos taken by Polish authoress M.A. Czaplicka as she travelled 6,000 miles researching the nomadic Yenisei tribes; Baiting the "Boche" - the people of Brussels turn their humour upon the humourless huns who have taken possession of their city; Remarkable Rocks - photo-illustrated article of remarkable rocks around the world; The Girl Sergeant - young Zoe Smirnova joined the Russian Army at age 15 and fought in the battlefields of Galicia; From Job to Job Around the World - Part V - two young Americans spend time in India, with great photos; A Theatre in Cannibal-Land - Papuan savages entertain themselves with amateur theatricals! (article with great photos); A Black Outlaw - a native desperado gives Natal Police much trouble; On the Way to War - the adventures of two young Americans, Herbert H. Hope and Jack Heward, who struggle to make their way to England to fight the Germans; and more. Somewhat above-average external wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. Fair.
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Book number: 123h0555
USD 299.95 [Appr.: EURO 252.25 | £UK 219 | JP• 32899]
Keywords: Wide World - The Magazine for Men, July 1916, No. 219, Vol. XXXVII: The Floating Death (Mines) North Sea trawler skipper's heroic battle with a mine entangled in the trawler's nets; The Darkest Hour - Part II - experiences in the great Serbian (WWI) retre

 O'BRIEN, LIEUT. PAT; WALKEY, C.E.J.; ROBINSON, C.H.; HOLLAND, EDWARD F.; ROSE, FRANK; VERRILL, A. HYATT; JORDAN, JOHN ALFRED; WILTON, ROBERT; MCMAHON, THOS. J.; ST. LAWRENCE, BERNARD; CZAPLICKA, M.A.; BECHHOFER, C.E., The Wide World, the Magazine for Everybody, December [Dec. ] 1918, Vol. 42, No. 248: My Fall Into Germany / Behind the Scenes in Russia
O'BRIEN, LIEUT. PAT; WALKEY, C.E.J.; ROBINSON, C.H.; HOLLAND, EDWARD F.; ROSE, FRANK; VERRILL, A. HYATT; JORDAN, JOHN ALFRED; WILTON, ROBERT; MCMAHON, THOS. J.; ST. LAWRENCE, BERNARD; CZAPLICKA, M.A.; BECHHOFER, C.E.
The Wide World, the Magazine for Everybody, December [Dec. ] 1918, Vol. 42, No. 248: My Fall Into Germany / Behind the Scenes in Russia
New York: The International News Company, 1918. First Edition. Single Issue Magazine. Abundant black and white illustrations and reproductions of photos. Features: My Fall into Germany From An Aeroplane - Part II - Lieut. Pat O'Brien was shot down and captured by the Germans but escaped and spent 72 days travelling 35 days to reach London; My Fight With An Ostrich - a schoolmaster's narrow escape; Hemmed in By Alligators - C.H. Robinson was trying to save his dog when his way was barred by alligators; Sport and War in Central Africa - two brothers go big game hunting in Africa but the end is sad - several photos of animals they killed; The Diamond Searchers - a disappointed diamond-hunter throws a bag of these valuable gems into the Thames!; In Unknown British Guiana - Part IV - A. Hyatt Verrill's explorations of these largely unknown lands and people, with photos; How I Lost My Draft - what happened when a young Lieutenant missed his train; What The Scout Overheard - a trooper in the East African Mounted Rifles sneaks into a German camp and overhears their ambush plans, thus allowing Brits to ambush the Germans, and he was awarded the D.C.M.; My Lion-Hunting Adventures - Alfred Jordan recounts his experiences; Behind the Scenes in Russia - Part IV - British War Correspondent Robert Wilton continues his account of the war on the Eastern Front and throws light on the stirring events (the Russian Revolution) which ended so tragically for the Russian Empire - presented here for the first time, with photos; Reviving An Aboriginal Festival on the Island of Mabuiag; The Land of Perfume - the countryside around Grasse, in the South of France, produces many plants used in the making of perfume - with interesting photos; Through the Caucasus on Horseback - Polish lady author M.A. Czaplicka describes her experiences in the Caucasus, the region and the strange mountain tribes, with photos; An Indian Venice - a picturesque description of the little-known 'backwaters' of Malabar; Photo of a woman in Sudan whose lips have been 'elongated into a hideous beak'; Photo-illustrated ad inside back cover for musclebound Lionel Strongfort asks "Are You Fit to become a Father?"; and more. pp. 6 [ads], [2], 92-176, 9-16 [ads]. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality vintage copy of this wonderful issue.. Good .
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Book number: 346H5209
USD 395.00 [Appr.: EURO 332 | £UK 288.25 | JP• 43325]
Catalogue: Military
Keywords: Issues Travel Exploration & Adventure Issueswide 1918 . O'Brien Pow H. River . Dc. . Lion Festivals Festivals M. . Sudanese Women

 
CORSON, A.; TREACHER, M.; FLETCHER, A.; ASKEW, A.; CZAPLICKA, M.; LEES, G.; SHEPSTONE, H.; RIGG, W.; BREDON, J.; LINCOLN, R.;
The Wide World - the Magazine for Men, June, 1916, No. 218, Vol. 37 - a Holiday in Mongolia
New York, The International News Company. 1916, First Edition. Single Issue Magazine, 4to - over 9ĺ" - 12" tall. Ill.: Austin, Winifred; Somerfield, Thomas; Evison, G.H.; Leist, Fred; Wood, Stanley L.; Smythe, E. Pages 97-192 plus 32 pages of vintage ads. Features: A Battle With a Bear - a young sportsman drops into a lively rough-and-tumble fight with a big black bear; Real-Life Romances of the War (part I) - Malcolm Savage Treacher, a sergeant in a famous regiment who has been invalided to England after an exciting time in the Near East sets down stories - cameos of the Great War - told to him by soldiers during his seven months' sojourn in various hospitals (part I); From Job To Job Around the World (part IV) - the continuing remarkable adventures of two young Americans who set out from San Francisco with ten dollars between them to work their way around the world - this instalment featuring their adventures in the Philippines, with photos; The Darkest Hour (part I) - Our experiences in the Great Serbian Retreat; A Year in Arctic Siberia (part II) - a well-known Polish lady describes her experiences in the little-known regions of far-northern Siberia; The Strategy of Sister Madeleine - the story of a French Captain's Escape from the Germans; The River That Won't Behave - the mighty Mississippi regularly floods enormous areas - article with many dramatic photos; Fallen Among Thieves - the author finds himself in a very nasty hole after taking a job offered him by strangers; A Holiday in Mongolia - Juliet Bredon offers a chatty description, illustrated with photos - of a trip into Mongolia on donkey-back; A Prisoner of the Rocks - F. Hopkins Graves was caught in a British Columbia avalanche and only escaped death by a miracle, only to find himself caught in a veritable rat trap among the rocks which he only escaped after two days; Photo of terrible street-car accident in Spokane, Washington; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. Good.
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Book number: 123h0750
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Catalogue: Asia
Keywords: The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, June, 1916, No. 218, Vol. 37 - A Holiday in Mongolia Village of Thieves Battle With a Bear - a young sportsman drops into a lively rough-and-tumble fight with a big black bear; Real-Life Romances of the War (part I)

 
CZAPLICKA, M.A.
Aboriginal Siberia. A study in social anthropology.
Oxford, 1969. 374 pp. B./w. ills. 2 fold. maps. Hardcover, d./j. - Dustjacket very sl. dam. at top of spine. Otherwise fine.
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Book number: 295432
€  175.00 [Appr.: US$ 208.23 | £UK 152 | JP• 22839]
Keywords: Ethnography Asia Europe Russia Etnografie / Europa(Rusland: SiberiŽ] Etnografie AziŽ Europa Rusland Etnografie / Europa(Rusland: SiberiŽ]

 
CZAPLICKA, M.A.
My Siberian Year.
N.Y., n.d. XII,315 pp. Hardcover, front-board a bit spotted, spine-ends & corners a bit worn.
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Book number: 224350
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Keywords: Ethnography Europe Russia Etnografie Europa Rusland

 CZAPLICKA, M., The Turks of Central Asia in history and at the present day. An inquiry into the Pan-Turanian problem...
CZAPLICKA, M.
The Turks of Central Asia in history and at the present day. An inquiry into the Pan-Turanian problem...
With a bibliography relating to the Turks of Asia. Oxford 1918. Reprint 1973. 242 pp, fold. map. Softbound, 23x15. Mailorder only - Alleen verzending mogelijk. Book condition : new.
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Book number: #101219
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