RARE 1st Edition--World War I
By Alexander Russell Bond, editor of "Scientific American," published by The Century Co. 1919.
Fascinating 344 page account of the giant leaps in technology developed during the first World War, with 80 photographs of tanks, cannons, rifles etc.
interior of WWI submarine
diagram of a proposed gigantic cannon
The volume is an old library edition with some wear and scratches on the maroon linen cover, and there are some library markings including the catalog card pocket ripped out of the inside back cover.
Pages have the look and feel of a much-used book, but without tears or unattractive folds. The original owner's name is on the first page. Over-all in very good condition.
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