Book Condition: Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket
Edition: First Edition; First Printing
Publisher: Chicago And London: The University of Chicago Press, 1965.
First edition/first printing in Near Fine condition with light soiling to the page edges in a Very Good+ clipped and lightly rubbed dust-jacket. Previous owner's inscription on front fly leaf.
Leningrad, 1941: the Blockade by Dmitri V. Pavlov and John Clinton Adams is the story of one of the most desperate years in the history of the city. With Nazi forces surrounding the city, food and supplies were becoming increasingly scarce. The Blockade, as it was known, lasted for 872 days and was one of the longest and most intense sieges in history. The book tells the story of the people of Leningrad and their fight against impossible odds.; B & W Photographs; 8vo ; 186 pages.