Economic Warfare. Paul EINZIG.

Economic Warfare.

London: Macmillan and co., 1940. First Edition. Octavo. Bound in publisher's red cloth, with gilt titles to spine; plain endpapers. Dust wrapper with titles to spine and front cover in red, publisher's advertisements for further titles by Einzig in red to rear cover; unprice-clipped, originally priced at 7s 6d. Dust wrapper is rubbed and a little grubby, worn at corners and spine ends, tanning to spine, small tears at joints. Binding is tight, with fading to spine through dust wrapper. The front panel of the dustwrapper elucidates the book's genesis from an earlier work by Einzig, "Economic Problems Of The Next War", newly revised in the light of the first three months of the Second World War. Einzig comes to the conclusion that, thanks to the economic might of the Allies, they will ineluctably win the war. Item #43349

Price: £65.00

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