RARE & IMPORTANT IMPRINTS IN HOLOCAUST STUDIES
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Catalog 199: RARE & IMPORTANT IMPRINTS IN HOLOCAUST STUIDIES.
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One of the First US Reports on the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
The Report that Saved the Jewish DPs
Kristallnacht-Era Leipzig Jewish Business Directory
The First Jewish Prayerbook Published in German Following the Holocaust
Dienemann, Max, translator. Siegfried Guggenheim, editor. AUS DEN GEBETEN ISRAELS [FIRST JEWISH PRAYERBOOK PUBLISHED IN GERMAN FOLLOWING THE HOLOCAUST]. Frankfurt Am Main: B. Wolpe/ Bauerschen Giesserei, 1948. 1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, 4to, 38 pages; 26 cm. The First Jewish Prayerbook Published in German Following the Holocaust. "Dem andenken an meinem freund und lehrer Dr Max Dienemann Rabbiner in Offenbach 1920-1939…. Nach der zu diesem Druck im Jahre 1938 hergestellten Ubersetzung von Rabbiner Max Dienemann Offenbach am Main. " Originally translated by Dienemann in 1938, but never published until this printing, after the Holocaust. Printed on deluxe Buttenpapier from the Rheinland. Includes 80-word handwritten signed letter from Guggenheim laid in. Guggenheim was chairman of the Offenbach Jewish Community from 1933-1939 and was imprisoned at Buchenwald. OCLC-Worldcat lists 8 copies worldwide. Wear to Spine, otherwise Very Good Condition. (Holo2-125-16) (ID #36041) $75.00.
The First German Language Hagadah Published on German Soil after the Holocaust