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Item #78775 The French Language in English and American Law, Inscribed. Sidney S. Alderman.

The French Language in English and American Law, Inscribed.

Inscribed from a Nuremberg Prosecutor to a World War II Veteran Alderman, Sidney S. [1892-1973]. The French Language in English and American Law. [S.l.]: Reprinted from The Canadian Bar Review, 1950. 1103-1122 pp. Stapled pamphlet in stiff printed wrappers. Light toning, light soiling to exterior, pencil annotations to pp. 7 and 22, presentation inscription "Mr. James G. Gidding/ To foster interest in words,/ the only tools of our trade./ With regards,/ Sidney S. Alderman" dated 9/30/50 to front wrapper. $250. * Alderman, a North Carolina lawyer and veteran of World War I, served as Associate Trial Counsel for the United States during the Nuremberg Trials. This article is an adaptation of a 1944 address discussing the legacy of the French language in Anglo-American law. Our copy is inscribed to James G. Gidding, a World War II veteran who worked for Southern Railway System at the same time as Alderman. No copies of this pamphlet located on OCLC.

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