Atlantic Impact 1861

By: John, Evan

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UK: William Heinemann, 1952. Nov 8th 1861, the steam ship "Trent" with British passengers and despatches, was held up by the American "San Jacinto" in the Carribean Sea. The repercussions caused tense Anglo-American relations during the Civil War. Analytical study of the Trent Affair, when two Confederate commissioners illegally supplying cotton to England were removed from their ship.Brown cloth boards with gilt title, pictorial dust jacket with minor chipping, 296pp , map endpapers with ink inscription to FEP. 16 full page black & white plates. A very tight clean copy with bright text. Condition VG++ in VG+ d/w. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good++. Double Elephant - over 25" - 50" tall.

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