SIGNED and inscribed, "With good regards from Leonard Mosley" to the dedication page (in red ink) by Mr. Mosley. Pasted near the bottom edge, beneath Mosley's signature, is his personal "return address" stamp with his name and address. Unclipped, gently read and not remaindered. Interior is clean. Corners are lightly bumped. Bright gilt titles to spine. Clean red linen boards. Pictorial map endpapers. Very slightly hinged at p.14. Some light soiling to the edges. Dust jacket is bumped, chipped and rubbed to extremities with a half-dozen tears and accompanying creases. Dust jacket is now protected in brodart jacket. A narrative account of the days between the Munich Agreement in 1938 and the outbreak of war in September 1939. Mosley knew and interviewed Hitler, Goering, Daladier, Mussolini, Benes and many of Neville Chamberlain's closest advisers. This heavy volume may require additional postage.