com: Game Warden's Diary; 1933-1965: VG Red leatherette hardcover w/gilt lettering.
com: Game Warden's Diary; 1933-1965: VG Red leatherette hardcover w/gilt lettering. SIGNED by author on FFEP w/no inscription. Previous owner's name on front pastedown along with glued photo clipping of author doing a book signing. Light ink rubbed off from paper clipping to FFEP, otherwise pages all clean. Covers bright and clean. The stories here are the tales of Chauncey Weitz, but where wardens gather in Wisconsin, in relaxed moments, similar stories emerge with laughter, and some thoughtful moments, and talk of comrades of yesterday.
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A game warden's diary : 1932-1965. Author: Chauncey Weitz. Chauncey Weitz; Chauncey Weitz. All Authors, Contributors: Chauncey Weitz. Find more information about: Chauncey Weitz. Game wardens - Wisconsin - Correspondence.
Charles Robert Senhouse Pitman, DSO, MC (19 March 1890 – 18 September 1975) was a noted herpetologist, conservationist and friend of Joy Adamson
Charles Robert Senhouse Pitman, DSO, MC (19 March 1890 – 18 September 1975) was a noted herpetologist, conservationist and friend of Joy Adamson. Charles Pitman was born in Bombay and educated at the Royal Naval School, Eltham, at Blundell's School in Tiverton, and at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, which he left in 1909 having obtained a commission in the Indian Army.
What makes this book so remarkable, aside from its literary distinction, is Klemperer's preoccupation with the thoughts and actions of ordinary Germans: Berger the greengrocer, who was given Klemperer's house ("anti-Hitlerist, but of course pleased at the good exchange"), the fishmonger, the baker, the much-visited dentist. A thousand mosquito bites are worse than a blow on the head. I observe, I note, the mosquito bites. This book covers the years from 1933 to 1941. Volume Two, from 1941 to 1945, will be published in 1999.
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