FOREIGN AND SOVIET CORRESPONDENTS. Report from the Arctic. Moscow, Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, .
12mo. Original illustrated wrappers printed in blue, black and orange; pp. 79, 8 leaves of photographic plates, printed on both sides; spine with ms lettering, four leaves of plates with fold across upper outer corner, one plate with light spotting.
First edition in English. 'In June 1964 a party of Soviet Journalists and foreign correspondents in Moscow travelled on the Lenin atomic icebreaker under facilities provided by the State Committee for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries and the USSR Ministry of the Merchant Marine' (title-verso). The journey took them from Murmansk to Dickson Island.
Together with: Heavy enamelled badge cebrating 30 years of the Murmansk Shipping Company (founded in 1967), the world's leading Arctic shipping company, with an image of the icebreaker.