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1 Stewart, Geoffrey; Angell, Sir Norman; Woodruff, Douglas; Hastings, Douglas Macdonals; Hulton, Edward Picture Post Magazine - Hulton's National Weekly, April 20, 1940 - Are Refugees Allies or Enemies?
U.K. Hulton Press, Ltd. 1940 First Edition Paperback Very Good 
64 pages. Features: Refugees - Allies or Enemies? - article with heart-rending photos of refugees in Spain, China, Austria and Poland, plus photos and brief write-ups of 32 influential people who are also refugees (i.e. Einstein); Two Mothers - and Two Sons - the mothers of Bulgarian Communist George Dimitroff and Joseph Stalin; The Swiss Keep Guard - the job of these white troops is to make sure their country shall never become a second Finland; This Wasn't New in 1899 - interesting parachute history; The Life Story of Pope Pius XII; A Girl Prepares for Spring - spa treatments to freshen up ladies after winter; What it Means To-day to be a Merchant Seaman - one page photo of lifeboats pulling away from the sinking "Clan Stuart"; ; The Return of the Horse - Hitler's effect on British roads; Diary of the War, No. 30 - The Twenty-Eighth Week - with photo of Hitler visiting his wounded troops, and a large photo of British Cavalry on horseback in Nazareth; Cartoon by Low shows Hitler and Stalin pouring alcohol into the brains of their cannon fodder; Cargo for Delivery; France is Fighting; Full-page ad for Moussec champagne; Nice back cover ad for Sultanas (a useful wartime food); Many other wonderfully nostalgic ads. Clean and unmarked with light wear. A lovely vintage copy. 
Price: 199.95 USD
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2 Angell, Norman The Money Game - How To Play It: A New Instrument of Economic Education
London & Toronto J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd 1931 Revised Edition Hardcover Very Good Good 
176 pages. "The author of this book believes that you can teach the fundamental mechanism of money and banking as you teach bridge, "by playing it," and thinks this game will do it. As an innovation in teaching method the possibilities are so revolutionary that no educator can afford to ignore it. Moreover, the game is an exceedingly entertaining one; as good a card game as any; can be played by any number from five to ten, and so is well adapted to the family circle, to the business man's club, or as a novelty for the next little dinner party." - from dust jacket. Contents clean and unmarked. Light wear and soiling to exterior of book which features bright gilt lettering and design upon backstrip and front board respectively. Binding sound. Game pieces uniquely stored in boxes within a box inside back board. Minor repair to one interior box. Dust jacket bears several closed tears and is missing a few chips, most notably at top fore-edge of back board and lower corner of back flap. Dust jacket is not price-clipped, bears average wear and is preserved in a glossy new archival-grade Brodart cover. Includes a total of 260 game pieces: 8 score cards; 2 jokers; 150 bank notes; 100 game cards. Overall, a quality copy of this unique and intriguing work. 
Price: 795.00 USD
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3 Angell, Norman The Story of Money
Garden City, New York Garden City Publishing Co. Inc. 1929 First Edition Hardcover Good 
411 pages. Bibliography. Footnotes. Index. Black and white plates. "A story, written for the layman, of man's experiences with the device of money: some of the outstanding experiments that he has tried with it, and the results of the experiments; some of the ideas he has had concerning it; some of the mistakes that he has made about it." - from Preface. Average wear. Bit of ink writing upon back free endpaper. Binding intact. A sound copy. 
Price: 69.95 USD
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