No More War! Nie wieder Krieg! Plus jamais de Guerre! Nunca jamas Guerra! Nooit meer Oorlog! Aldrig mere Krig! International Federation of Trade Unions, Käthe KOLLWITZ.

No More War! Nie wieder Krieg! Plus jamais de Guerre! Nunca jamas Guerra! Nooit meer Oorlog! Aldrig mere Krig!

Amsterdam: International Federation of Trade Unions, 1929. First edition. Octavo; stiff wrappers with Käthe Kollwitz cover illustration; 63 pp.; photographs. An anti-war publication told primarily through a collection of horrific photographs supplied by Ernst Friedrich, Director of the Anti-War Museum in Berlin. Published by the International Federation of Trade Unions, the photographs juxtapose men posing heroically before they embark for war with bodies strewn across battlefields and trenches, villages destroyed, corpses piled in forests, and the mutilated remains of men who having survived the war had large portions of their faces removed or sewn up. A sickening reminder of the reality of war with text and captions in German, English, French, Dutch, Spanish and Danish. A non-circulating ex-library copy with ‘Duplicate’ stamp from Swarthmore’s Peace Collection to front wrapper and title page & accession stamp to bottom of title page; some rubbing and smudging to wrappers with a 1” closed tear at the crown. A VG copy of a title generally seen in poor condition. We located three copies in WorldCat. Item #03958

Price: $150.00