London: Lovat Dickson Limited Publishers, 1937. First edition. A memoir of the Spanish Civil War by the American-born novelist, Helen Nicholson (Baroness de Zglinitzki), who was caught up in the conflict while visiting her daughter and son-in-law in Granada. Nicholson and her family were unabashedly supportive of Franco and the Nationalists.
Orange cloth boards (5 ¼” x 8”) with blue-gilt-stamped spine, red topstain, 157 p., dust jacket. A Near Fine copy with some very negligible wear to bottom board edges and some dust-soiling to top edge; one corner bumped. In the scarce, unclipped, silver foil, dust jacket, which is rubbed with some light wear to spine ends. Very Good. Item #01854