Tehran: Enteshar Publication Co., 2002. First edition in English, one of 1,000 copies. 8vo. 456pp. Original cloth; dust jacket. Translated from the Persian into English by Mamak Nourbakhsh. Edited by Houshang Pirnazar. Born in Tehran in 1924, Ashtiani founded the "Monotheist Socialists" in 1943, a group aimed at cultivating thought...
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New York: np, c1965. 16 pp. stiff wrappers.
American Research Center in Egypt, 2012. 4to.
New York: Praeger Publishers, 1971. First edition. 8vo. 160pp. Original blue cloth; dust jacket.
London: John Murray, 1853. First edition. 8vo. 686pp. 15 plates and maps, some folding, lacking the map of Abyssinia at end. 19th-century crimson half-morocco, gilt-lettered on spine, top edges gilt. Provenance: E. Summerfield (bookplate). Atabey 687; Abbey, Travel 384; Blackmer 969.`.
Walter de Gruyter, 2013.
Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, 1975. Octavo. Original printed wrappers. Designated "Pre-print." Israel Yearbook on Human Rights. Volume 5, copyrighted by the Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University. In 1975, Ambassador Shabtai Rosenne, special advisor to the executive committee of the Red Magen David Society in Israel, completed a three-week...
Lahore, Pakistan: Jang Publishers, 1993. Fifth edition. 8vo. Black-and-white illustrations. Original decorated paper boards; printed dust jacket. According to the jacket: "This highly controversial book reveals, for the first time, one of the greatest military, political and financial secrets of recent times. It is nothing less than the true, if...