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Hardcover. PENGUIN SPECIALS. This series was for topical interest on contemporary political and social issues. S1 'Germany Puts the Clock Back' by Edgar Mowrer was issued in November 1937. The initial print run of 50,000 books sold out in 4 days. This series achieved very large sales figures, and since Penguin's war-time paper rationing was based on pre-war usage, this greatly helped to sustain Penguin Books during the period of the Second World War. A total of 145 Specials were produced during the war until the end of 1945. A new series of 'Specials' returned to the shelves with the publication of S156The Case for Communism in February 1949. A few of the earlier books were designated 'Pelican Specials' with a blue and white cover, and some found their way into the PELICAN series marked with an 'A'. A number of others were also designated Penguin Handbooks with green covers, and then re-appeared in the newly created series of PENGUIN HANDBOOKS marked with 'PH'-from the Penguin collectors website. Vintage paperback.World War 2
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1941
Publisher
Harmondsworth Middlesex : Penguin Books
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KEX0256133
Hardback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Hardcover. PENGUIN SPECIALS. This series was for topical interest on contemporary political and social issues. S1 'Germany Puts the Clock Back' by Edgar Mowrer was issued in November 1937. The initial print run of 50,000 books sold out in 4 days. This series achieved very large sales figures, and since Penguin's war-time paper rationing was based on pre-war usage, this greatly helped to sustain Penguin Books during the period of the Second World War. A total of 145 Specials were produced during the war until the end of 1945. A new series of 'Specials' returned to the shelves with the publication of S156The Case for Communism in February 1949. A few of the earlier books were designated 'Pelican Specials' with a blue and white cover, and some found their way into the PELICAN series marked with an 'A'. A number of others were also designated Penguin Handbooks with green covers, and then re-appeared in the newly created series of PENGUIN HANDBOOKS marked with 'PH'-from the Penguin collectors website. Vintage paperback.World War 2
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1941
Publisher
Harmondsworth Middlesex : Penguin Books
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KEX0256134
Hardback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Hardcover. PENGUIN SPECIALS. This series was for topical interest on contemporary political and social issues. S1 'Germany Puts the Clock Back' by Edgar Mowrer was issued in November 1937. The initial print run of 50,000 books sold out in 4 days. This series achieved very large sales figures, and since Penguin's war-time paper rationing was based on pre-war usage, this greatly helped to sustain Penguin Books during the period of the Second World War. A total of 145 Specials were produced during the war until the end of 1945. A new series of 'Specials' returned to the shelves with the publication of S156The Case for Communism in February 1949. A few of the earlier books were designated 'Pelican Specials' with a blue and white cover, and some found their way into the PELICAN series marked with an 'A'. A number of others were also designated Penguin Handbooks with green covers, and then re-appeared in the newly created series of PENGUIN HANDBOOKS marked with 'PH'-from the Penguin collectors website. Vintage paperback.World War 2
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1941
Publisher
Harmondsworth Middlesex : Penguin Books
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KEX0256135
Hardback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. 208pp. Index. Library markings. Edges worn, pages shaded, text clear. Keywords: International relations
Condition
Used, Acceptable
Publisher
Penguin
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1973
SKU
KHS1011745
ISBN
9780140802962
Paperback
Condition: Used, Acceptable

€ 4.99

Paperback. Original Penguin edition
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1973
Publisher
Penguin
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KEX0256339
ISBN
9780140802962
Paperback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. 316pp. Index. Cover is slightly creased. Previous owner's signature on inside front cover. Keywords: Political Thought, Politics, Political History, Political studies, Political Science, Socialism
Condition
Used, Good
Publisher
Penguin Books Ltd
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1971
Edition
New edition
SKU
KON0827088
ISBN
9780140214024
Paperback
Condition: Used, Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. PENGUIN SPECIALS. This series was for topical interest on contemporary political and social issues. S1 'Germany Puts the Clock Back' by Edgar Mowrer was issued in November 1937. The initial print run of 50,000 books sold out in 4 days. This series achieved very large sales figures, and since Penguin's war-time paper rationing was based on pre-war usage, this greatly helped to sustain Penguin Books during the period of the Second World War. A total of 145 Specials were produced during the war until the end of 1945. A new series of 'Specials' returned to the shelves with the publication of S156The Case for Communism in February 1949. A few of the earlier books were designated 'Pelican Specials' with a blue and white cover, and some found their way into the PELICAN series marked with an 'A'. A number of others were also designated Penguin Handbooks with green covers, and then re-appeared in the newly created series of PENGUIN HANDBOOKS marked with 'PH'-from the Penguin collectors website. Vintage paperback.World War 2
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Penguin Special.
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1938
Edition
Later printing
SKU
KEX0256117
Paperback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. PENGUIN SPECIALS. This series was for topical interest on contemporary political and social issues. S1 'Germany Puts the Clock Back' by Edgar Mowrer was issued in November 1937. The initial print run of 50,000 books sold out in 4 days. This series achieved very large sales figures, and since Penguin's war-time paper rationing was based on pre-war usage, this greatly helped to sustain Penguin Books during the period of the Second World War. A total of 145 Specials were produced during the war until the end of 1945. A new series of 'Specials' returned to the shelves with the publication of S156The Case for Communism in February 1949. A few of the earlier books were designated 'Pelican Specials' with a blue and white cover, and some found their way into the PELICAN series marked with an 'A'. A number of others were also designated Penguin Handbooks with green covers, and then re-appeared in the newly created series of PENGUIN HANDBOOKS marked with 'PH'-from the Penguin collectors website. Vintage paperback.World War 2
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1938
Publisher
Penguin Special.
Edition
Later printing
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KEX0256118
Paperback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. PENGUIN SPECIALS. This series was for topical interest on contemporary political and social issues. S1 'Germany Puts the Clock Back' by Edgar Mowrer was issued in November 1937. The initial print run of 50,000 books sold out in 4 days. This series achieved very large sales figures, and since Penguin's war-time paper rationing was based on pre-war usage, this greatly helped to sustain Penguin Books during the period of the Second World War. A total of 145 Specials were produced during the war until the end of 1945. A new series of 'Specials' returned to the shelves with the publication of S156The Case for Communism in February 1949. A few of the earlier books were designated 'Pelican Specials' with a blue and white cover, and some found their way into the PELICAN series marked with an 'A'. A number of others were also designated Penguin Handbooks with green covers, and then re-appeared in the newly created series of PENGUIN HANDBOOKS marked with 'PH'-from the Penguin collectors website. Vintage paperback.World War 2
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1938
Publisher
Penguin Special.
Edition
Later printing
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KEX0256120
Paperback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. PENGUIN SPECIALS. This series was for topical interest on contemporary political and social issues. S1 'Germany Puts the Clock Back' by Edgar Mowrer was issued in November 1937. The initial print run of 50,000 books sold out in 4 days. This series achieved very large sales figures, and since Penguin's war-time paper rationing was based on pre-war usage, this greatly helped to sustain Penguin Books during the period of the Second World War. A total of 145 Specials were produced during the war until the end of 1945. A new series of 'Specials' returned to the shelves with the publication of S156The Case for Communism in February 1949. A few of the earlier books were designated 'Pelican Specials' with a blue and white cover, and some found their way into the PELICAN series marked with an 'A'. A number of others were also designated Penguin Handbooks with green covers, and then re-appeared in the newly created series of PENGUIN HANDBOOKS marked with 'PH'-from the Penguin collectors website. Vintage paperback.World War 2
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1938
Publisher
Penguin Special.
Edition
Later printing
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KEX0256121
Paperback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. 'When the first Pelicans were published the intention behind them was to provide the serious general reader with authoritative books on a wide range of intellectual interests. There was at the time no deliberate design of building a library of modern knowledge at a modest cost. Nevertheless, Pelicans have, in fact, become such a library: and one serving, moreover, not only the general reader of serious purpose, but also the great body of students pursuing courses in the Universities and institutions of higher education generally.' (The Penguin Story, 1956). A Pelican Book
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Penguin Books Limited
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1971
SKU
KEX0255428
Paperback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Hardcover. PENGUIN SPECIALS. This series was for topical interest on contemporary political and social issues. S1 'Germany Puts the Clock Back' by Edgar Mowrer was issued in November 1937. The initial print run of 50,000 books sold out in 4 days. This series achieved very large sales figures, and since Penguin's war-time paper rationing was based on pre-war usage, this greatly helped to sustain Penguin Books during the period of the Second World War. A total of 145 Specials were produced during the war until the end of 1945. A new series of 'Specials' returned to the shelves with the publication of S156The Case for Communism in February 1949. A few of the earlier books were designated 'Pelican Specials' with a blue and white cover, and some found their way into the PELICAN series marked with an 'A'. A number of others were also designated Penguin Handbooks with green covers, and then re-appeared in the newly created series of PENGUIN HANDBOOKS marked with 'PH'-from the Penguin collectors website. Vintage paperback
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Penguin Books
Format
Hardback
Publication date
1964
SKU
KEX0255824
Hardback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Hardback. 'When the first Pelicans were published the intention behind them was to provide the serious general reader with authoritative books on a wide range of intellectual interests. There was at the time no deliberate design of building a library of modern knowledge at a modest cost. Nevertheless, Pelicans have, in fact, become such a library: and one serving, moreover, not only the general reader of serious purpose, but also the great body of students pursuing courses in the Universities and institutions of higher education generally.' (The Penguin Story, 1956). A Pelican Book
Condition
Used, Very Good
Format
Hardback
Publisher
Pelican
Publication date
1971
Edition
3rd THUS
SKU
KEX0255546
Hardback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Hardback. 'When the first Pelicans were published the intention behind them was to provide the serious general reader with authoritative books on a wide range of intellectual interests. There was at the time no deliberate design of building a library of modern knowledge at a modest cost. Nevertheless, Pelicans have, in fact, become such a library: and one serving, moreover, not only the general reader of serious purpose, but also the great body of students pursuing courses in the Universities and institutions of higher education generally.' (The Penguin Story, 1956). A Pelican Book
Publication date
1971
Publisher
Pelican
Edition
3rd THUS
Condition
Used, Very Good
Format
Hardback
SKU
KEX0255547
Hardback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. Clean copy with minor shelf wear and some yellowing
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1974
Publisher
Penguin
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KOG0007764
ISBN
9780140216028
Paperback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. Africa. 259 pp. In good condition
Condition
Used, Very Good
Publisher
Penguin
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1966
SKU
KNW0000909
Paperback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. Africa. 259 pp. In good condition
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1966
Publisher
Penguin
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KNW0000911
Paperback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. Africa. 259 pp. In good condition
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1966
Publisher
Penguin
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KNW0000912
Paperback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. Africa. 259 pp. In good condition
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1966
Publisher
Penguin
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KNW0000913
Paperback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

Paperback. Africa. 259 pp. In good condition
Format
Paperback
Publication date
1966
Publisher
Penguin
Condition
Used, Very Good
SKU
KNW0000914
Paperback
Condition: Used, Very Good

€ 4.99

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