Title: I Strike for Liberty
Publisher: Community Service [of the American Jewish Committee], New York
Publication Date: 1945
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: First Edition Thus
 pages. A short historical piece about John Ordronaux, a French Jew who emigrated to the United States and became the most successful privateer during the War of 1812. Excerpted from the children's book Patrick Henry and the Frigate's Keel and published anonymously by the American Jewish Committee (a generic address is listed on the back cover, for ordering more copies, and it corresponds to the AJC address at the time). Scarce. Not in OCLC. First edition thus. A fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Bookseller Inventory # 70291
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