A45 ALMOST FORGOTTEN GERMANY 
ALMOST FORGOTTEN | GERMANY | by | GEORG SCHWARZ | Translated by | LAURA RIDING and ROBERT GRAVES | [publisher’s emblem] | THE SEIZIN PRESS · DEYÁ MAJORCA | AND | CONSTABLE & CO., LTD. | London
Collation: [A] 16 B–I16, 144 leaves.
p.[i] ALMOST FORGOTTEN GERMANY; p.[ii] publisher’s advertisements; [plate, back blank, facing title-page, portrait of Schwarz]; p.[iii] title-page; p.[iv] publication and printer’s notices; p.v CONTENTS; p.[vi] blank; pp.vii–viii FOREWORD; pp.1–278 text; pp.– blank.
18.5 × 12.3 cm. Bulk: 3.0/3.5 cm. White wove paper; all edges trimmed. White wove endpapers. Bound in medium brown cloth; front and back blank; spine stamped in black: ALMOST | FORGOTTEN | GERMANY | GEORG SCHWARZ | Translated by | LAURA RIDING | and | ROBERT GRAVES | [publisher’s emblem] | SEIZIN PRESS | AND | CONSTABLE
Price: 7s.6d. Number of copies unknown. Published in April 1936 in white dust-jacket printed in black, red and brown.
Note: Previous editions of this bibliography state this book was issued in the U.S. by Random House. Wexler states “Although the Cumulative Book Index, 1933-1937 lists a Random House edition at $2.50 and Alan Clark’s Checklist (A43) includes it, Random House verifies that a separate edition was never published. Random House, however, distributed this book in the United States. A memo dated 1 February 1937 in the Random House files lists sales and inventories of five co-published Seizin Press/ Constable books including Progress of Stories and Almost Forgotten Germany.
Reference: Wexler A30