Switzerland: Romano Hänni, 1987. Hardcover. Number 6 of 70 copies. “On November 1, 1986 near the city of Basel Switzerland, there was a major chemical spill in the river Rhine, the greatest environmental catastrophe in the area - six months after the reactor catastrophe in Chernobyl in April 1986. Up to this point the residents of Basel, where there is so much chemical industry, were unaware they were sitting on top of a powder keg. The typographic illustrations and the text are a selection of twelve important incidents that occurred during the night of the catastrophe. Footnotes are used to indicate new or contradictory information. After removing the dust jacket you may fold the pages out as one strip, reading the capitals on each page as NOVEMBER 1, 1986” (Romano Hänni). Bound in stiff paper boards with cream paper dust jacket, which is titled with large 1987 on the front cover and German text on the rear cover. Oblong. 4.25 x 8.5 inches. In fine condition. 20 pages. THIS IS THE LAST AVAILABLE COPY IN THE EDITION. PRI/121913. Fine.