Approximately 78 pages. Softcover, paper bound. Cover is textured beige with red and black text; the text at the bottom centre is in the shape of a circle; the back cover is plain beige. Approximately the first 10 pages have text only; the remaining pages each have a b&w illustrations of people. The book is housed in a cardboard book box, which has 2 flaps put together to form a box. The box is textured beige and red-brown. The title is gilded along the spine.
15 pages. Softcover, paper bound with staples. Faded grey cover, with dark blue text. The back cover is the same colour as the front, with 1 line of text printed in the bottom centre. Interior pages are beige; the 1st page is a typed copy of a letter, the remaining pages are text, broken into article numbers. An additional piece of paper, yellow with brown text, was inserted into the booklet separately. On it is written a summary of the booklet and it's publication details.
335 pages, paper bound book; beige cover and interior. Interior pages consist of text. Narrative: Revue internationale des sociétés secrètes (International Journal of Secret Societies [RISS]) was a French journal founded and directed by Mgr. Jouin in 1912. The magazine was Catholic tradionalist published by the Free-Catholic League. It was anti-Masonic and anti-Jewish, and was devoted to denouncing plots developed by secret societies, so-called Judeo-occultists. Publication of the magazine stopped in 1939.
271 pages, soft cover, paper and string bound, mustard-coloured cover. Spine has book information printed on it in 5 sections - author, title, price and editor information, back cover has a list of other publictions by the editor. Interior pages are beige and contain text.
93 pages. Softcover, paper bound. Cover is faded green with red-brown and black text; a series of thin red-brown lines are running horizontally along the bottom of the cover. The title is printed on the spine. Interior pages are beige, consisting of text, tables and b&w photocopies of documents. Narrative: Review of all French anti-Jewish laws and decrees.
1 page, single-sided. Print of an etching. Centered image with large border on all sides. Outdoor scene illustration that shows Castle Square in Warsaw. In the middle of the square is Sigismund's Column, a 1644 column and statue commemorating King Sigismund III Vasa. On both sides of the square are buildings. The square is filled with people and horses.