Daring Diplomacy: The Case of the First American Ultimatum. Andor Klay.

Daring Diplomacy: The Case of the First American Ultimatum

Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1957.

First Edition. Hardcover. 8 7/8" X 5 3/4". [viii], 246pp. Related ephemera laid in: promotional pamphlet for the book with reviews and synopsis, typed humorous poem "Death of a Government Employee," photocopy of Andor Klay's essay "Hungarian Counterfeit Francs: A Case of Post-World War I Political Sabotage," stapled with Department of State Information Memorandum introducing Klay as a speaker at a symposium, with handwritten note stapled atop dated 6/28/1975 signed by Andor Klay, each foxed and edgeworn, with one line of text of handwritten note toned out. Moderate wear to unclipped dust jacket, with small tears to corners, edges, and extremities, chipping to head and tail of spine, moderate foxing, and dust soiling. Green and black cloth over boards. Mild edgewear to binding, firm and sound. Age-toning and light foxing to pages, else unmarked. A solid and interesting copy of Andor Klay's analysis of the American response to Hungarian freedom fighter Martin Koszta's application for citizenship and his subsequent kidnapping by Austrian forces. Good / fair. Item #3793

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