Admiral Ambassador to Russia

By: Standley, William H.; Ageton, Arthur A.

Price: $19.75

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Book Condition: Good+ in Fair dust jacket


533 pp, index. Corners bumped, some edge wear, spine sunned, no markings to text. Jacket is a little tattered, with some creaing and rubbing, spine sunned, 3" tear at base of front hinge leaving a flap at base of spine, 3" tear along crease of front flap at the bottom. Overall a solid copy which the jacket has largely protected.

"In February 1942, Admiral William H. Standley was appointed United States Ambassador to Russia. This assignment, made during a highly critical period in our wartime alliance, gave Admiral Standley an unparalleled opportunity to see the inner workings of the Soviet state. This is his report of eighteen months as the U.S. government's highest diplomatic officer behind the Iron Curtain."; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Title: Admiral Ambassador to Russia

Author Name: Standley, William H.; Ageton, Arthur A.

Categories: General History, Biography/Autobiography,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Chicago, Henry Regnery Company: 1955

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+ in Fair dust jacket

Seller ID: 003134

Keywords: United States History WWII Second World War Wartime Ambassador Admiral William H. Standley Western Alliance Soviet Union Lend Lease