English Wartime Paperback edition of The Time Machine, it was published by a very small publishing firm in Brighton England called Poynings Press in 1943, book features card covers with an advert on the rear cover for The PDSA (Peoples Dispensary for Sick Animals) who at that time were rescuing injured animals and pets from bombed houses in Wartime England Internally the text is printed in double columns in a very small typeface and manages to fit the whole story into 32 pages, measures 8.5 inches by 5.5 inches approx