Friendship & Fratricide
ZELIGS, Meyer A.
Stock Code: 000111
In 1948 Whittaker Chambers, a senior editor of Time magazine, a confessed ex-Communist courier and espionage agent, publicly accused Alger Hiss, president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace of having belonged to an underground Communist cell in Washington, D.C., during the 1930s. This book is an analysis of the minds of two men whose confrontation hit the headlines all over the world.
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Friendship & Fratricide. An Analysis of Whittaker Chambers & Alger Hiss.
Six illustrations. With Index.
Condition: Very Good. Book has page edges slightly soiled. Dust jacket Poor, not price clipped, tatty at the top and with creases, one tear on front repaired with inch of selotape, bit missing top back.
|Book Publishing Details|
|Author:||Meyer A. Zeligs (1909-1978)|
|Full title:||Friendship & Fratricide. An Analysis of Whittaker Chambers & Alger Hiss|
|Publisher:||Andre Deutsch, London|
|Size:||245mm Tall; 8vo|
|Keywords:||History, Psychology, Adolf Berle, Laha Chambers, Communist Party, Daily Worker, FBI, Bosley Hiss, Chester|
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