An educational and documentary book on fires, caused by children, was published in Yugoslavia in Slovenian language, and superbly illustrated by Marija Vogelnik, a student of the architect Jože Plečnik.
An extremely rare collection of poems for Yugoslavina partisans was written during WWII by a Slovenian author Tone Seliškar, known for his socialist realist poetry, and was printed by an underground press in Ribnica, Slovenia.
The first Slovenian translation of the first-hand account report on the WWII Pankrác Prison in Prague, by a Czech journalist Julius Fučík, was published in 1947. The original manuscript was written on pieces of cigarette paper and smuggled out from the prison.
A very rare Zaragoza imprint covering events across Europe during the late spring and early summer of 1661, focussing on the Ottoman takeover of Transylvania, the Venetian-Ottoman conflict in both Dalmatia and Crete, as well as the renewal of the Anglo-Portuguese Alliance that would ultimately secure Lisbon’s long-term independence from Madrid.
A book on the Hope for Israel, in a highly decorative 19th century half calf binding, is a reprint of a text by a first Hebrew Printer in Amsterdam, Menasseh ben Israel, and was in the year of first wave of modern Jewish migration to Ottoman-ruled Palestine.