Wolkenstein-Trostburg, Dietrich, Graf von. Menscheit von Morgen ein Entwurf von D.W.T. Zürich: Druck der Genossenschaftsdruckeri, 1939. First edition. 126 pages. 21 cm. Paper binding. This copy inscribed on the front cover in English by the author: “To Prof. Mario A. Pei, Columbia University, City of New York, U.S.A.” Inside, on the front flyleaf, the book is inscribed in German: “Dem Weltstaatler und Gesinungsgenossen Prof. Mario A. Pei von der Columbia University der City of New York in Verehsung jugeignet Dietrich von Wolkenstein-Trostburg. Castel Toblino, im May 1947.” Clipped to the bottom of the front flyleaf is Graf Wolkenstein-Trostburg’s calling card with the manuscript annotation: “Castel Toblino, Posta Sarche, Prov. Trent[in]o, Italia.” The front cover is slightly soiled and the paper cover is fragile with a 4 cm tear at the foot and another 1.5 cm on the right-hand side of the front cover. Wolkenstein-Trostburg’s design for the economic and social well-being of humanity, published the year World II began and dedicated two years after its end to Columbia University’s legendary linguist and polyglot, known for his ability to make his books on linguistics accessible and popular with non-linguists. German text.
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