Moszkva (Moscow): Idegennyelvű Irodalmi Kiadó, 1944. With 13 photographic illustrations. First Hungarian edition. In publisher’s, illustrated wrappers. 22, (2) p. and 4 plates. First Hungarian edition of Simonov’s report on the Red Army’s discovery of the Nazi death camp at Majdanek. With 11 reproductions of the famous images, taken after.....
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[Budapest]: Franklin, . In later half cloth, publisher’s illustrated wrappers bound into. 99, (1) p. Guide to Vasily Vasilyevich Vereshchagin’s (1842–1904) 1898 exhibition in Budapest. The catalogue lists and partly describes the 154 exhibited paintings, particularly the pieces of the "1812" series on Napoleon's Russian campaign.