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I think the book is from the late , so before WW II. Published in Germany and survived the huge bookburning sessions of the Nazis. Do you have any idea of what it would be worth? Tom, To find out what this book may be worth at auction, please submit photos of the title page and copyright page using the auction evaluation form on our website: I have book in a Czechoslovakian dialect with a printed date of yes ! A person with a rudimentary knowledge of the language told me it is a biblical book.

Unfortunately, I rescued the book from an incinerator so the top of the book is singed in one spot going down into the cover and title page about one inch. The cover is in very poor shape and the spine is virtually unreadable. The pages are quite remarkable in their clarity. How do I determine if this book has any value? Thank you for your time and consideration.

Jerry, Thanks for your comment. To find out what your book may be worth at auction, please send a photo of the title page and an auction evaluation form on our website: Thank you for your article! Stokes, great condition, blue cloth lining — no illustration or design embossed on the cover — simply the title. Presumably a christmas present from May to an unidentified recipient. Please submit photos of the book and an auction evaluation form on our website: I have stumbled across your webset by luck perhaps? I have a book published in July of if my reading of Roman numerals has not failed me from the Roycroft Shop, East Astoria.

The book well essay is titled: Self Reliance by Ralph Waldo Emmerson. I have been tried to find a value on the book before my father died but it appears the prices are scattered all over the place. The edition I own has a green suede cover, a hand-drawn portrait inside covered with vellum, the thick paper is not evenly cut to me-as an artist-it almost appears as handmade paper.

Where would I find a more accurate price on this book? Their names are as follows: To find out what the value may be at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: Hi, just6 wondering if there is a reply to my questions of Nov.

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I have inherited a large collection of old books. I have found one that came with a dust cover that is not paper but a flower printed cardboard. Signed by him as a Christmas gift Published by Dorrance and Company Philidelphia. It came with a post card to order new books, a bulletin with his picture announcing his new books and a reprint of an article from The Sunday Vindicator, May 8, with a detailed story of the author. The book is in excellent condition. To find out what your books may be worth at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: It is a hard back in fairly good shape, has all the pages and a library stamp on the first blank pages.

I have been quoted various prices from various people, few of whom i actually feel have any clue about what they are talking about. Is it an actual first edition? Any info or recommendations would be greatly appreciated. I have an Grams unraveled Atlas of the world. To find out what your atlas may be worth at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: I paid bucks for it! To find out what your copy of Morals and Dogma may be worth at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: Green cloth boards, no dust jacket.

Book is in overall good condition. To find out what your Burroughs book may be worth at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: I was going through my mothers old things and found a book by Maurice Shadbolt: Summer Fires and Winter Country.

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Can you help me with where to look to see if the book is worth something? Library of Congress catalog Card Number Signature in book of George C. League Press [], Montgomery, Alabama Binding: The authors name is not on the book and the only printing info is as follows: S for the Southern District of New York. There is a photo of Hampton Court covered by tissue paper in the front of the book. Can you please tell me if this is worth anything.

These books are not something we would handle at auction. Hello, My mother has a full set of Funk and Wagnalls Encyclopedias from the s in perfect condition. They seem to be leather bound or some sort of very durable binding and have gold leaf on them. I also have 5 boxes of vintage books that my senior in-laws want me to sell.

Also, do Christian Bibles ever accumulate much value? Bibles need to be very special to be valuable. Also, collectors are interested in first editions of different Bible translations, and other landmarks in Bible scholarship. It was published by the John W.

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It does not give a year when they where published. These books appear to be quite old. I was wondering if you can determine what year they where published and the value of them. Thankyou for your time. I have a copy of Narratives and Adventures of Travellers in Africa.

The book is in poor shape, with fading on the cover,spine and back, and the binding inside has separated. I could not find a date anywhere, though the cover says Alta Edition. What does make this book interesting is that it was bound backward. Does this make a book any more valuable? Philip gives the book Martin Luther year, luther on its last page make notes about it in Latin.

Apparently the book was in the City Library in Subotica — Serbia at that time Kingdom of yogoslavia until when Subotica was occupied by Hungarians. After that this and number of other valuable books has gone missing! Any information about this book will be greatly appreciated. Also do you know how would one go about searching for such book?

Thanks to Google Books I have complete pdf file of the Austrian book. I have a red letter new testament bible Lic. Lay of the bell. I have a book titled: This is what is engraved on the front cover. It is published by Charles Schribner, copyright What are your thoughts? Can you tell be approximate value range of and or direct me perhaps to a Biblical specialty site for:.

Adam Clarke published for: Methodist Episcopal Church, Mulberry-Street. This website should help you out: Edited and prefaced by R. This is from the private library of E. Randall of Baker University signed and dated November 24, Please tell me a value. This Charles Lamb book is not something we would handle at auction. The cover is not in great shape, and the binding is very loose. While there are a few pages that are soiled by time, the illustrations show very little signs of fading and are in overall great shape. The book was a gift from the first dean of the Duke Law School, and has an inscription from him not sure if this hurts the value or not.

I have an antique book Love-songs of childhood by eugene field copyright and one hundred narrative poems by scott, foresome and company copyright and some other antique books in very good condition im curious of the worth. All pages intact with no tears. Any ideas on it? All Blue with gold print Sinclair Lewis imprint on front with sig. Hi Phyllis, To find out what your Sinclair Lewis and Robert Louis Stevenson books may be worth at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: I have a copy of Madame Bovary, Gustave Flaubert…dated by Bibliotheque-charpentier printed in french.

Book is bound in brown leather and marbled colored front and back. Is this a book of any value? Valerie — Thanks for the comment. The publishing date is sept. I have not been able to find a copy for sale anywhere. Is this book worth anything? I am not a book collector but I enjoy antiques. I currently have a book that I believe is an original print as in printed in the year indicated from titled Tasker Jevons; The Real Story. I currently have this book for sale on eBay.

The pictures of the book can be viewed on my ad at http: Good luck with the sale. One of the oldest books I have is titled: Front and back cover OK. The spine is in bad shape. Chris, To find out what your book may be worth at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: I have a agamemnon of aedchylus translated by robert browning, with half of the pages uncut at the top. The pages are yellow how much is this worth? This Charles Dickens book is not something we would handle at auction.

It is in excellent like new condition with a dust cover. It has never been checked out. Ville Du Havre November 23, from Mrs. Adams of Augusta, Georgia. Written at Sea November 28, I have been trying to look up a book now for a long time. I can not find it any where. I would like to find the value to know how safe of an area I should keep it in. Thank you for your help! The person I got it from received it in Is there any value to this book. This Hans Christian Andersen book is not something we would handle at auction. Robey Is it worth anything? Marge, This real estate book is not something we would handle at auction.

The value of this H. I have 6 paperback books from the Riverside Literature series. Dates range from Do these books have any value? Thank you so much for your help. This Riverside Literature series is not of high value and is not something we would offer at auction. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and expertise. My sister has three books she would like some information on please. She said it was published by the Worthington Company. She says it is in fair condition.

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Thompson, fair condition, published date by Lovell and Corele Group? I believe he served in in Chile. The copyright has first then It was first published by Phillips Mulbrey? It is in worn condition. I have a not great condition book some of the binding at the bottom is torn off and pages very yellowed Arlington Edition of David Copperfield. Cover is hard and intact but a 1 cm gash and edges worn. Published New York; Hurst and Co. Inside Back cover has an ad for Sohmer and Co. Hi Kelly, This David Copperfield book is not of high value and is not something we would offer at auction.

I have a few old books that I am wondering if your auction would be interested in. Websters Handy Dictionary illustrated. Merriam then under it says by Eloise W. Abbie Wood Steward and under that has a W. I see nothing of dates. It is a Bible that my grandmother had. There is no date anywhere other than handwritten is Harley Pursley born Apr 23, Hi Lisa, These old books are not of high value and are not something we would offer at auction.

I have a copy of Henry Noel Humphries, ed. One page is free from the binding but it is otherwise very good condition. Can you please give an idea of the value? Kathryn, This book is not something we would handle at auction. Most were not bought as collector items, I think.

Lomax was a real character, or perhaps a fictitious name inscribed by an ambitious book dealer. Nothing against any book dealers, by the way. Book is in excellent shape. However, it has a fake dust jacket marked Facsimile Dust Jackets L. Should I try to sell it with or without the fake cover? What is an estimated value either way? Green cover with gold emboss. Copyright by Houghton, Mifflin and Co. Boston and New York Riverside press Cambridge. It has been stored in a musty basement for years.

Two of the volumes appear to be signed. I plan to donate these to the Poetical Society, but would like to know what their value might be? The pages appear to be all there and I can see only one handwritten pencil note on the inside—in German. This copy of Das Kapital is not of high value and is not something we would offer at auction. I have the following books: Robert Schuller 18 Volume Collectible set. The works of zane grey volume hardcover set. Also, is there a place where I can sell these books? Should I approach an auction house with the books and ask for valuation?

These sets of books are not something we would handle at auction. I have the following book: Signature and date of on owners page. Second story in book is Agnes Grey. Good condition with some worn edges. Anne — This copy of Wuthering Heights is not of high value and is not something we would offer at auction. This book has been donated to the Newseum but have always been curious about its potential among collectors.

Kennedy with a personal greeting to my uncle who was a friend of the family. This was given as a gift at the time of its publishing. Joseph — This book is not something we would handle at auction. I have a first edition copy of Midnight Weddings by Mrs. Meeke, which I hear is very rare, published London, by T. It has the publisher stamp in the front of the book, the pages are readable, the cover is a bit old and worn. James — This book is not something we would offer at auction. The older books are signed I followed her around book fairs in the 70s and 80s.

I am interested in an evaluation of my collection for estate purposes. I am also interested in selling the duplicates I have and possibly the entire collection. Can you help me or refer me to a source that can? All have their dust jackets which are protected with sleeves and the books have been in climate comtrolled storage for some years. I have been out of that loop for some time and have lost touch with my contacts.

Hi Sam, This collection is not something we would offer at auction.

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You may wish to contact the Appraisers Association of America for assistance with an assessment: Revell Company, copyright Judy — This book is not of high value and is not something we would offer at auction. Kelly — This book is not of high value and is not something we would offer at auction. I have 12 books published in of Shakespeare. They are leatherbound I think, and in very good condition considering the age. Are these worth anything more than sentimental value? Hi Kim — No, these book are not of high value and are not something we would offer at auction. Covers are a dark tan with black printing.

I do plan to sell it but have no idea of value. Thank you so much for your helpful response to my question about the book I have. I have the bible designed to be read as living literature the old and new testaments in the king James version Arranged and edited by Ernest Sutherland Bates. Copyright by Simon and Schuster, inc. Conley Company, Publishers, Gregory — Your bible and copy of Poems of Passion are both not of high value and are not something we would offer at auction.

These old books are not of high value and are not something we would offer at auction. Before posting a comment here, please look for your book on a used book website: To get an idea of the types of books Skinner offers at auction, browse our past auction catalogs. New Edition and illustrated. Translated from French to English in Two Volumes in one.

Translated from the french of M. Thank you for your time. Colleen — This book is not something we would handle at auction. I have a number of late 19th century books that are in excellent condition with decoratively etched covers, most with gilded bars for the title. Is there a market for these books and how would I learn more about them? Hi Sally, These 19th century books are not of high value and are not something we would offer at auction.

You may be able to find out more about your books on the following websites: In the bibliography for it said that there were limited edition copies made, how can I tell its that one? The only images I can find on the web are the exact same only 2 but do not specify.

William, This book is not of high value and is not something we would offer at auction. Please give me some idea of it s value. Doug, This book is not of high value and is not something we would offer at auction. Are any of these worth a substantial figure? They are in fabulous condition with slim leather covers. These books and encyclopedias are not of high value and are not something we would offer at auction. Josh, These two books are not of high value. Could you tell me the possible value of the following book: Blanche, This book is not something we would handle at auction.

Hello, I have found an old Dickens Oliver Twist that does not have a date but has Lupton Publishing Co New York as the publisher—It has a green hard back cover and has Federal book co on the bottom outside on binding. I cannot find a copy on Abe books or Amazon. Meri, Thanks for the comment. I have 3 books that are dated back mid s mark Twain Christian science it was copyrighted in from Harpers and brothers publishers with a signature from T. The second book is the pioneers and patriots or America by John S. Abbott it has a signature and date on it from it was published by Dodd and mead in and the sparrowgrass papers by Frederic S.

Cozzens dated back to and has signature and date on it all from the old feather and ink on it looking to see what they are worth. David, These books are not of high value. Hello, your dictionary is not of high value and is not something we would offer at auction. I am having trouble with a book that I was hoping you could help with. The book has no date but says it is the complete and unabridged edition and has pages. On the cover Cristo is spelled Christo. It does have a couple of problems, the cloth on the top and bottom of the spine is a little worn and the binding is coming apart to the point that the first few pages are almost falling out.

Any help you can give me is much appreciated, Thanks. Charles — This book is not of high value and is not something we would offer at auction. Adia, To find out what your Zane Grey books may be worth at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: I have 3 books handed down from great grandma: Hi Joanne, These old books are not of high value and are not something we would offer at auction. Published by Canton Press in just after the factory was built.

It is signed buy the original owner of the book in the first book not on title page. All tissue paper in front of photos are intact. They are in pretty good shape, with one page folded in half down the center. They there are old fingerprint throughout the books, but all pages seam intact and together. Slight wear on cover. There are obvious ink fades, missing letters and smears as well.

What can you tell me about these books and what are they worth? I understand this is his previously unprinted biographical accounts from prison. Printed in Paris France. Funk and Wagnalls New York and London. I have carefully reviewed the list of books you sent. Thank you for taking the time to compile this information. Many of us select and accumulate books, fewer collect like a bibliomaniac.

The best course of action is probably to call in a generalist, who buys houses full of books just like yours. Fenimore Cooper books are not of high value and are not something we would offer at auction. You may be able to find out more about their value on a used book website: I have a 2nd edition of Marlowe. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Company. A All pages are intact, no tears, little wear on cover. Real good condition for age. I have a collection of Shakespeare books 38 of them , copyright date of by the University Society.

Am wondering if they are worth anything. I have several books Old Yeller hardback library of congress Robin Hood hardback. Dee, These books are not of high value and are not something we would offer at auction. I have a book called historical register containing An Impartial Relation of all Transactions, Foreing and Domestic with a Chronological Diary and this is the original volume 3 for the year and is printed by H. M and fold by T. Norris and it is really old book and hard to read. I just wanted to know if it worth anything. Flora, To find out what your antique book may be worth at auction, please submit photos and an auction evaluation form on our website: I have found a book from my Great grandfathers collection which I find interesting.

Each page has a red, thin lined border around it. It also has gold Guilded page edges. It also lists this information: Frederick A Stokes Company… Can you tell me if this book has any value.

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Steven, This book of Robert Burns poems is not something we would handle at auction. I have a brown leather book by Irving Knickerbocker. Titled History of New York from the Beginning of the world to the end of the dutch dynasty authors revised edition. It says only copys made.

Can you please tell me what its worth? Two series on on, with illustrations in photography from pictures by T. Herrick, and Steel Portrates from I would also like to know what its worth please. Natalie, Thanks for the comment. Blackmore with Illustrations by Frank T. Merrill written in Both books are in good shape.

Thank you for any information you might be able to give me. It says lenox july 15, The book does not have a dust sleeve but is in very good shape. Is it worth anything? Mandy, This is a later edition, circa Published by The Commonwealth Fund, This book is red withgold embossing on the spine and a gold circle with a elephant and swastika on the cover. Feniomre cooper, NY , no cover Speeking pieces for little scholars and older pupils, Ellin peck, Boston , no cover ford v-8 car and trucks, By victor page NY , no cover where the red fern grows, By willson rawls, NY, , co cover bethlehem structural shapes, a week by themselves, By emilia norris, ny, no date, no cover Maine beautiful, wallace nutting, Massachusetts, , no cover the history of the town of bowdoinham , By silac adams, Maine , no cover dangerous days, by mary rineharnt, ny, , no cover the girlscouts rally, By kathryn gult, , no cover heart of the sunset, by rex beach, ny, , no cover the ramrodders, holman day, ny, , no cover the pride of palomar, by peter kyne, ny, , no cover the valley of the giants, by peter kyne, ny, , no cover the rider of golden bar, by william patterson white, boston, , no cover the thundering herd, zayne grey, ny, 1st adition.

Cammie, These books are not valuable, just the regular old books that people have to read. Please note that books with no covers from the 19th and 20th centuries are of little to no value, even if they may have some value in good condition. For an idea about what kinds of books end up in a rare book auction, check out our most recent catalog , from the June first auction. I have a book that I would like to sell but have no idea of value. Hardcover dark brown with black printing and design on front cover.. I have a couple sets I am wondering about the worth of: Crowell Company, New York, copyright Holly, These books are not of high value and are not something we would offer at auction.

I recently picked up a manuscript titled Autobiography of Erastus Johnson later published in Autobiography of Erastus Johnson a chronicle of pioneer life on the east coast and the west coast. The manuscript is in great condition and has pencil corrections throughout and author notes typed making reference to a second manuscript printed for the authors daughter however after contacting a descendant and learning what she had found in her genealogy research and the interest herself and members of the society bearing the families name had for obtaining the editions I need to seek a professional opinion.

The author mentions his last visit to his family in St. Where many of his immediate family are laid to rest. The University of Berkeley in California has the manuscript from and Edward Copenhagen of Harvard special collections showed some interest in obtaining it.

Callum stole a glance as she meticulously lined her fleshy lips with confident expertise. She knew he was watching again. Hangovers the next day? He watched as she walked away. And then, as if remembering something, she turned on her heel and came back to his side of the car. He wound down the window and she leant inside to kiss him. She looked him straight in the eye. To break my heart, Callum MacGregor. He tried to take in what had just happened. Was it some kind of set-up, an elaborate joke played by one of the boys at the club?

This was no joke. He took a deep breath. For the briefest of moments, he thought about telling her. How could he even think that was a good idea? Gary would cover for him. He owed him more than one favour on that front — Callum was always covering for Gary. In the distance he saw Kate join a group of friends, laughing. One of them picked her up and swung her round. Callum turned the key in the ignition and his car pulled away. He was headed home. Ready to start lying. Kate took a deep breath. The director and the TV crew were used to this from Kate. The actor playing the therapist looked bemused.

The camera guys shared a smile. They were already running over time. Kate rolled her eyes.

Christ, what was wrong with people? It was only a bit of a laugh. Hopefully by then Ms Andrews will have pulled herself together. And she climbed up the metal steps of the Winnebago, her smile dropping as she shut the door behind her. The wall lights were on and the electric fire. Something she held dear about being in her trailer when it was dark and cold outside. Her own little sanctuary. She loved night shoots when there were hours of hanging around. She pulled on her cashmere V-neck and caught her reflection staring back from the mirror on the laminated wall.

She looked her age today. The dark circles were pushing their way through the matt concealer under her eyes. She needed another vitamin B shot from that doctor in Harley Street. And she really must give up smoking. She picked up her packet of Marlboro Lights, lit one and inhaled defiantly at the sign by the fridge — Strictly no smoking inside this trailer. They all knew she smoked in there, but no one dared say a word. Kate took four more rapid puffs on her cigarette, squeezing out every last drop of nicotine, before running the stub under the tap and throwing it in the bin.

She shut her eyes for a few seconds and sighed. The blackness was heading her way. That godawful, disempowering gloom that crept up from time to time and engulfed her. She could feel it, deep in the pit of her stomach — an anxiety, a fear of the unknown, an irrational sense of impending sorrow. She had to banish it before it sank its claws into her again. Dougie, her driver, was waiting by his black Mercedes, drinking coffee from his ubiquitous Thermos mug. And Dougie laughed, slightly too loudly. Sometimes the film-set banter was exhausting.

Down-to-earth, heart of gold, wicked sense of humour. Kate dug deep and went into overtly jolly mode. Forty minutes later, Kate was fast asleep in the back of the car. She always slept on her way home.

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Dougie knew the routine: She reached into her bag for her fags, took one out and lit it, rapidly winding down the window to blow out the smoke and relishing the comforting blast of cool air on her face. The Chiswick traffic was slow. She adored this time of evening, passing houses when it was dark: He was thrown by her uncharacteristic humility. The traffic drew to a halt again. Kate looked inside the front room of a ground-floor flat. A woman sat on her own, an empty dinner plate in front of her, flicking channels on her remote. She gave up, threw the remote across the room and buried her head in her hands.

In the house next door a couple were rowing — the woman raised her arms, gesturing in defiance, the man just kept shaking his head. He appeared to be trying to speak, but she was talking over him. The car moved slowly on. Three houses down, two women were laughing at something one of them was reading from a letter, wiping their eyes with joy. The joy turned to a hug. The hug turned to a kiss. Maybe she was alone in knowing this hollowness of spirit, this bankruptcy of the soul that caught her out when she least expected it.

What must it be like to be normal, she wondered? Kate longed to be normal. Cynthia never took offence. She knew what Dougie would say next and predictably he did. Inside Number 29, Matt Fenton was adding red wine to a big pan of chilli. Despite the frilly pinny he was wearing, he still looked remarkably masculine, his white-blond hair and Scandinavian features adding to the image of a thirty-seven-year-old dad in touch with his feminine side.

His daughter Tallulah watched him as she drank her bedtime milk, her stuffed panda, known as Panda, on her lap. Let me just get a drink. Kate had a habit of putting her glass of red before anything else, even kissing her five-year-old daughter goodnight. In the kitchen, Kate drained her glass of Rioja in one before pouring another, which she would pretend to Matt was her first. When he came in, she was tasting the chilli.

And Kate snuggled into his neck and shut her eyes for a moment. He put his arm around her and inhaled the smell of her hair, the familiar mix of hairspray, cigarette smoke and very expensive perfume. He could tell her mind was elsewhere. He knew the signs. Tallulah was already out for the count, her tiny arms holding on tight to Panda as she dreamt.

Kate stood in the doorway watching her little girl sleep as Matt came up quietly behind her. Matt held her hand and they stood there in silence. Just the three of us. It was on the calendar. One of us has to be there. They want to show you off. Look how successful the pupils of North Park Primary have turned out to be.

Bit of my lovely chilli and an early night. She let Matt take her hand and lead her downstairs, pushing away the suffocating gloom that was doing press-ups in the corner, biding its time, getting ready to pounce. By the end of , it was believed throughout the American intelligence community that the rebels were losing the war. It was his money and the cut-off was seen as a betrayal. The Saudis could not support the war because of logistics — the distances involved and the difficulty of moving weapons and supplies.

Obama was accompanied by John Kerry and Tom Donilon, the national security adviser who would soon leave the job. The foreign policy expert told me that the account he heard originated with Donilon. It was later corroborated by a former US official, who learned of it from a senior Turkish diplomat. Obama was still permitting Turkey to continue to exploit a loophole in a presidential executive order prohibiting the export of gold to Iran, part of the US sanctions regime against the country.

Turkey is a major purchaser of Iranian oil and gas, and it took advantage of the loophole by depositing its energy payments in Turkish lira in an Iranian account in Turkey; these funds were then used to purchase Turkish gold for export to confederates in Iran. The programme quickly became a cash cow for corrupt politicians and traders in Turkey, Iran and the United Arab Emirates. The CIA had estimated that there was as much as two billion dollars in skim.

Gold and Turkish lira were sticking to fingers. They speculated that the administration wanted to use the delay as an incentive to bring Iran to the bargaining table over its nuclear programme, or to placate its Turkish ally in the Syrian civil war. When Syria wins the war, he knows the rebels are just as likely to turn on him — where else can they go? So now he will have thousands of radicals in his backyard. By late summer, the Syrian army still had the advantage over the rebels, the former intelligence official said, and only American air power could turn the tide.

But the pound gorilla was, how did it happen? The immediate suspect was the Turks, because they had all the pieces to make it happen. As intercepts and other data related to the 21 August attacks were gathered, the intelligence community saw evidence to support its suspicions. The deal was to do something spectacular.

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  4. Our senior military officers have been told by the DIA and other intelligence assets that the sarin was supplied through Turkey — that it could only have gotten there with Turkish support. The Turks also provided the training in producing the sarin and handling it. Operations are always so super-secret in the planning but that all flies out the window when it comes to crowing afterwards.

    There is no greater vulnerability than in the perpetrators claiming credit for success. But it did not work out that way. The post-attack intelligence on Turkey did not make its way to the White House. There has not been one single piece of additional evidence of Syrian involvement in the sarin attack produced by the White House since the bombing raid was called off. It included discussion of a false-flag operation that would justify an incursion by the Turkish military in Syria.

    The operation centred on the tomb of Suleyman Shah, the grandfather of the revered Osman I, founder of the Ottoman Empire, which is near Aleppo and was ceded to Turkey in , when Syria was under French rule. I get them to fire eight missiles into empty land [in the vicinity of the tomb]. Justification can be created. The government subsequently blocked public access to YouTube. The Turks would say: Hersh first wrote about the sarin attack in the LRB of 19 December Hersh provides only one source for the key claims in his piece: As the bloggers Eliot Higgins and Scott Lucas have shown, he entirely ignores the overwhelming balance of tangible evidence that indicates the responsibility of the regime for the Ghouta attack.

    Both have been spotted in several combat videos, always being used by regime forces and never by the opposition. The 21 August incident involved multiple rocket attacks on the Ghouta from those directions. Indeed, the local press did report that the men were carrying two kilogrammes of sarin. The charges laid by the court did not say this: Perhaps they intended to do so, but they would have needed much more time. Each warhead carries an estimated fifty litres of sarin. It took Aum Shinrikyo years, trillions of yen and a dedicated factory to come up with less than a tenth of that.

    Hersh has dropped his arguments of December — including the claim that a secret US sensory system in Syria should have shown evidence of the attack — and wants us to take the word of a single unnamed spook instead.