To Spy the Soviet Union. Vega.

To Spy the Soviet Union

Shanghai: Self-published, 1939. 8vo (8 7/8 x 6 inches; 227 x 154 mm), [6], 17, [1] pages in stapled wrappers, title in red to the upper wrapper. An anti-Stalin pamphlet that promises to tell the truth about the Soviet Union "on the basis of naked facts." The author, who calls himself or herself Vega, recounts the decimation of the Communist Party and the military during Stalin's purges of the late 1930s. As a result, the author says, "Stalin's Red Army is exceedingly inferior to that of any other Power in the world." This pamphlet is scarce. OCLC FirstSearch shows only three institutional holdings, at the University of Southern California, Duke, and Utrecht University. There were no copies in commerce as of October 24, 2019. SCARCE. Item #2085

CONDITION: Soiling and heavy foxing to wrappers and endpapers along with signs of dampstaining to upper wrapper. Small vertical crease throughout. Internally clean and unmarked. About Good.

Price: $125.00

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