New York: International Publishers, 1926. First American edition. Hardcover. 8vo. , 5-191,  (page of publisher's advertisements) pp. Navy cloth with the front board ruled in blind, gold lettering on the spine. Price of $1.50 on the front flap of the dust jacket. Illustrated with a wood-engraving on the half-title page. Introduction by D. Riazanov. Draper E579. Engels' examination of the peasant uprisings in Germany, and how they were tied to the Reformation. He gives a history of Martin Luther's allegiance and subsequent abandonment of the peasant cause after the ruling class in Germany took up Protestantism. A sharp copy. Near Fine / Near Fine. Item #000010490
A touch of foxing to the textblock; jacket shows minor edge wear and toning to its spine panel.