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Anglo-Saxon Israel or Israel-Britain

£60.00

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Dedicated and signed by the author on the front pastedown, dated 1942. An Explanation of the Origin, Function and Destiny of the Norse-Anglo-Celto-Saxon Race in the British Empire, U.S.A., Holland, Scandinavia and Iceland. A Call to all the Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, Dutch and Scandinavian nations with A Special Call to Iceland. Fourth edition 1939. Bright royal blue cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the front and spine. Bumping and wear at the top and base of the spine and slight wear at the corners. Some foxing on the page edges and on the final couple of pages. Partial tanning on the first and last free endpapers and a small amount of Sellotape residue on the front pastedown. Small amount of pink highlighting on pp70 and 72-73 plus one small dot on pp276-277. Otherwise text block is clean. Colour pull-out map as frontispiece, numerous other plates, diagrams and tables. The author writes in the original preface ‘This volume is written to explain the origin, function and destiny of Anglo-Saxondom, and to show the Divinely appointed way out of the "time of trouble” into lasting peace and prosperity’. Uncommon, original fourth edition including the new chapter ‘The Special Call to Iceland’.

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Uncommon, original fourth edition
Author(s):
Rutherford, Adam
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1939
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
825
Publisher:
Adam Rutherford

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Dedicated and signed by the author on the front pastedown, dated 1942. An Explanation of the Origin, Function and Destiny of the Norse-Anglo-Celto-Saxon Race in the British Empire, U.S.A., Holland, Scandinavia and Iceland. A Call to all the Anglo-Saxon, Celtic, Dutch and Scandinavian nations with A Special Call to Iceland. Fourth edition 1939. Bright royal blue cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the front and spine. Bumping and wear at the top and base of the spine and slight wear at the corners. Some foxing on the page edges and on the final couple of pages. Partial tanning on the first and last free endpapers and a small amount of Sellotape residue on the front pastedown. Small amount of pink highlighting on pp70 and 72-73 plus one small dot on pp276-277. Otherwise text block is clean. Colour pull-out map as frontispiece, numerous other plates, diagrams and tables. The author writes in the original preface ‘This volume is written to explain the origin, function and destiny of Anglo-Saxondom, and to show the Divinely appointed way out of the "time of trouble” into lasting peace and prosperity’. Uncommon, original fourth edition including the new chapter ‘The Special Call to Iceland’.

Added value:
Uncommon, original fourth edition
Author(s):
Rutherford, Adam
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1939
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
825
Publisher:
Adam Rutherford

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