No Hero for the Kaiser.

A Polish boy, Jan, taken with the Germans in pursuit of the Russians, learns too much about war and rejects its glories totally. Highly acclaimed initially, then banned and publicly burned in 1933 by the Third Reich.



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No Hero for the Kaiser.
Frank, Rudolf.
/Klaus Steffens, illustrator.
New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1986/1931, 1st printing Am; translated from the German by Patricia Crampton; rust cloth-back gold boards, gold endpapers, in white jacket with fine drawing of Jan in the woods listening to the Russian cannon, 8vo; 222 pp.
Juvenile hardcover.
CONDITION: Very Good with Very Good jacket; ex-lib, some marks; unclipped 13.00.
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