Lot 95: MAO ZEDONG AND THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, 17 VOLUMES

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November 7, 2016
London, United Kingdom

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Description: 我們必勝! 港英必敗! We Shall Win! British Imperialism will be defeated! [Hong Kong, 1967], oblong 4to, photographic illustrations, cloth-backed marbled boards, original wrappers bound in, leaves appear to have been cut, minor staining, pen mark, mathematical notation laid in
The Tenth Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China. Peking, 1959, folio, photographic illustrations, white cloth with gilt vignette on upper cover, dust-jacket, occasional spotting, minor tears to jacket
Zhonghua renmin gongheguo, di yi jie yun donghui. [The first session of the Games for the People’s Republic of China]. [Beijing, 1960], folio, photographic illustrations, original buckram, pictorial jacket, slipcase, minor staining or browning, jacket repaired
and 14 others (17)

Magnien, Marius. Au Pays de Mao-Tse-Toung. [1952]
Forman, Harrison. Report from Red China. [1945]
Berlioux, Monique. Mon séjour ches Maô-Tsé-Toung. [1955]
Strong. Anna-Louise. J’ai vu la Chine Nouvelle. [1949]
Monsterleet, Jean. L’Empire de Mao Tsetung 1949-1954. [1955]
Walker, Richard L. China under Communism. 1955
Snow, Edgar. Red Star over China. [1938]
An overview of the Imperial Capital. [1958]
Guangdong [Canton/Guangdong] 1949-1959. With pamphlet laid in
[Zhongguo Renmin Jiefangjun: Kongjun shying zuopin xuanji]. [A selection of photographs from the People’s Liberation Army Air Force. works on China’s Airforce. Beijing, 1976]
Bei jing [Beijing], 1959
沙飛攝影集. [Sha Fei she ying ji. Sha Fei photography album. 1986]. 中國新聞攝影學.[Zhong Guo xin wen she ying xue hui. The Photojournalist Society of China], red ink stamp on preliminary page.
New China. 1953
Japanese photobook. [Printed by Kawade Shobo Shinsha]

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