Very Good. Item #11219
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1916. First Edition with publisher's seal to copyright page. Octavo. 335 pp. Black and white illustrations. Beige boards stamped in red and black. No dust jacket.
Boards edgeworn with brief exposure and a couple patches of discoloration. Signs of repair to front preliminaries at hinge and gutter, but overall binding holding soundly. A touch of spotting and smudging to edges of text block and endpapers, bookplate of "Talbot Smith" and additional ownership signature (does not appear to be Smith's) to preliminaries, but overall pages clean and unmarked.
Experiences from Reed's second trip to Europe to cover World War I for the Metropolitan with chapters on Salonika, Russia, and "The Burning Balkans." Published three years before Reed's Ten Days That Shook The World.