Rudolf Mosse, Berlin SW 19, Jerusalemer Strasse 46/49 - "Snanje", tussischer Verlag G.m.b. H., Berlin, n.d. (1928 Inscription). Very good condition (excellent considering it is a reference book.) Green cloth boards with black titles, soiling on spine and aging of pages. Very interesting former owner inscriptions from Siberia & USSR. English-Russian - New Russian Orthography. "Dictionary is the first in the new Russian orthography now generally in use. This circumstance alone is enough to justify its publication." Rudolf Mosse (born May 8, 1843, at Gratz, Posen district; died September 8, 1920) was the German publisher and philanthropist; son of Dr. Markus Moses. The Mosse family, the great German Jewish family of publishers, professionals, scholars, and scientists. Ruolf began his career as an apprentice in the book-printing establishment of Merzbach at Posen, publisher of the "Ostdeutsche Zeitung", and mastered the technique of printing in Leipzig, Berlin, and other cities. 332 pages.