Black Night, White Snow; Russia's Revolutions 1905-1917 (1st Ed.; Notes From the Editors Laid-in)

By: Salisbury, Harrison E.

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Beautiful book in pristine condition. Only fault is a clear sticker with name and address of previous bookseller at bottom edge of front pastedown. Book is bound in burgundy leather and shows elaborate gilding to both boards and spine. Spine also has two raised bands. Other quality accoutrements include moire endpapers, gilded edges on all three sides of text block, and a bound-in ribbon marker. Tthe Notes From the Editors booklet ramain inside front cover. Book is a limited first edition printed exclusively for members of The First Edition Society. A sweeping Russian history of revolutions written by an author who had spent eight months in Moskow before being recruited by The New York Times to serve as its Moscow correspondent. Especially noteable is his protrayal of Vladimir IIllyich Lenin. Book has 763 pages

Title: Black Night, White Snow; Russia's Revolutions 1905-1917 (1st Ed.; Notes From the Editors Laid-in)

Author Name: Salisbury, Harrison E.

Categories: Russia, Politics And Government,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Franklin Centrer, PA, Franklin Library: 1977

Binding: Leather

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: No DJ, as Issued

Seller ID: 27389

Keywords: Russia. Russian History. The Romanovs. Vladimir IIllyich Lenin