CATALOG 199:
RARE & IMPORTANT IMPRINTS IN HOLOCAUST STUDIES

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Nr. 6. SOSUA - REFUGEE HAVEN IN THE CARIBBEAN. Dominican Republic Settlement Association, New York, 1941. 1st edition. Original photographic wrappers, Folio. (Rear Cover Illustration)

 

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  1. KINET ELMISIRIA [ELEGY FOR THE MARTYRS OF THE GERMAN OCCUPATION] Tunis: Castro, No Date (1945-46?). Paperback. 1st edition. Original printed paper wrappers, small 8vo, 8 pages, uncut. Judeo-Arabic in Hebrew and Latin characters. Lamentation about the victims of the Nazi rule in Tunisia. Tunisia was under the Nazi rule from November 1942 until May 1943. The Jews were required to wear a yellow patch and provide for the needs of the German army. Many Jews were shot to death in their homes or during the Death Marches. About 4, 000 Jews were sent to concentration camps in Tunisia and few were sent to extermination camps in Europe. See EJ, Vol. XV, cols. 1447-8. Judeo-Arabic dirges. Each verse appears in Hebrew and in French script. SUBJECT (S) : Judeo-Arabic poetry -- Tunisia. Kinot. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . A copy sold at auction for over $1100 in 2012. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (JTS, Princeton, NLI) . Damage to lower left cover with loss of about 20 letters from of latin-transliteration of Judeo-Arabic text (all Hebrew Font text in tact). Good Condition (holo2-125-21). (ID# 36083) $950.00
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    One of the First US Reports on the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

     

     

  3. World Jewish Congress. LEST WE FORGET: THE MASSACRE OF THE WARSAW GHETTO. New York, The World Jewish Congress, 1943. First edition, published September 1943. Original Paper Wrappers, 40 pages, 8vo. Published the same year as the uprising, one of the first seperate reports published in the US. Important. With what may be the first ever published map of Treblinka, as well as a map of the Warsaw Ghetto on the rear cover. "The ghosts of the heroes of the ghetto battle will forever honor the streets....But persistent reports in the press in spring and summer 1943 indicate that not only their spirit but also their successors survive and carry on the fight there. The curtain may not yet have been rung down" (conclusion). Very Good+ Condition. An Ouststanding Copy. (Holo2-125-22) (ID #36021) $750.00.
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    The Report that Saved the Jewish DPs

     

     

  5. Harrison, Earl Grant. THE PLIGHT OF THE DISPLACED JEWS IN EUROPE: A REPORT TO PRESIDENT TRUMAN. New York, United Jewish Appeal For Refugees, Overseas Needs And Palestine On Behalf Of Joint Distribution Committee, United Palestine Appeal, National Refugee Service, 1945. 1st edition thus. Softcover, 15 pages, portrait, 8vo, 23 cm. "The Document that Stirred the World." Listed by the US Holocaust Museum in Washington as a "Primary Source and Documentation" title on Displaced Persons. Commissioned by President Harry S Truman, the report documented and described the health and living conditions of the DPs, their long- and short term needs, how these needs were not being being met--and how Jewish survivors were being housed side by side with their former torturers. CUNY Prof. David Nasaw recently (May 25, 2015) wrote that "Such inhumane forced gatherings of victim and victimizer would not be remedied until the fall of 1945, and then only after a scathing report by Earl Harrison, dean of the University of Pennsylvania Law Scholl and a special adviser to President Truman, who charged that the Jews in the refugee camps were being treated 'as the Nazis treated them except that we do not exterminate them'" (The Nation, p. 6) SUBJECT (S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. Released by The White House on September 29, 1945. OCLC lists 16 copies worldwide. Lightly rubbed, Very Good Condition. Important. (Holo2-19-21) (ID #35941) $600.00.
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  7. Horski, Stefan. NO. 28932 MÓWI--: ORANIENBURG. W Poznaniu: Rotograwiura Drukarni sw. Wojciecha pod Zarzadem Panstwowym, 1947. 1st edition. Portfolio, Folio-size, [4] p., xvi leaves of plates, all illustrations. 32 cm. Text in Polish. 16 duotone watercolors of camp life, each accompanied by a textual description of a paragraph or two in the introduction. SUBJECT(S): Geographic: Oranienburg (Concentration camp) -- Pictorial works. Sachsenhausen (Brandenburg, Germany: Concentration camp) -- Pictorial works. OCLC lists only 3 sets worldwide (Yale, U of Illinois, NANTERRE-BDIC in France), none in New York and None in Poland. Extremely scarce. Some images from this portfolio (not originals, but prints, from this very edition, the same as these) are on display via the Museum of the Jews in Poland (in Warsaw) Former owner's numbers in margins of plates, not affecting images. Plates and introduction in Good Condition; Original portfolio with dramatic color graphic on cover is present, but lacks spine and shows heavy wear. (holo2-125-9) (ID #35939) $2000.00.
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    Kristallnacht-Era Leipzig Jewish Business Directory

     

     

  9. [Leipzig Business Directory - Kristallnacht FÜHRER DURCH DEN BRÜHL UND DIE BERLINER PELZBRANCHE. JAHRGANG 1938. ADREßBUCH FÜR DEN RAUCHWAREN-HANDEL, DIE FELLVEREDELUNGS- UND PELZWAREN-INDUSTRIE, DAS KÜRSCHNER- UND MÜTZENMACHER-HANDWERK. [ADRESSBUCH]. Leipzig: Kuhwald, 1938. 1st printing of the 1938 edition. October, 1938. Original illustrated wrappers, 12mo (small), 191 pages, including many, many period ads. Published just one month prior to Kristallnacht, which was as brutal in Leipzig as nearly anywhere, this is a Name and Address Directory of the world’s leading Fur business district, the Brühl, and its counterpart in Berlin, both very heavily Jewish. Divided into 2 sections, one for the Brühl in Leipzig, and the other for Furriers in Berlin. In the 19th and early 20th Century, the “Brühl” had become synonymous with the Leipzig fur and Tobacco trade. It was the name of the large street where the trade was concentrated (also including Nikolai- and Reichs-strasse). The Brühl reached it’s highest density with 794 shops in 1928. Of these, about 58 percent were Jewish run and owned. In the period 1926-1930, the Brühl controlled about one third of the world market in furs. With the great depression, followed by the Nazi seizure of power in 1933, the fur trade went into decline. For political reasons the fascist leadership limited the import quotas for goods from the USSR, such as raw fur. And, of course, increasingly, Jewish merchants in the Brühl were discriminated against and expelled. Many fled to England or the United States, where they established new fur businesses. Following Kristallnacht, which came only 1 month after the publication of this guide in October 1938, it became impossible for Jewish furriers to function. Some of the most famous Jewish fur traders included: Julius (Judel) Ariowitsch (1855-1908); Chaim Eitingon (1857-1932), known as "Fur King from Brühl", founder of the Ez Chaim Synagogue and the Jewish hospital; the Frankel family; the Harmerlin Family; John B. (John [Joel] Berend) Oppenheimer & Company; F. Weiss (1893-1982); and Theodor Wolf (1833). OCLC lists only one holding worldwide (German National Library). Light wear, occational pencil scribbles, overall Very Good Condition. Quite rare and important. (holo2-125-28) (ID #36055) $950.00.
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  11. SOSUA - REFUGEE HAVEN IN THE CARIBBEAN. Dominican Republic Settlement Association, New York, 1941. 1st edition. Original photographic wrappers, Folio, 12 pages. 31 cm. Photographic illustrations throughout. In July 1938 President Franklin Delano Roosevelt convened in Evian, France, a meeting to discuss 'The Organization of the Emigration and Resettlement of Political Refugees and Those Persecuted by Reason of Race or Religion. ' Despite the grand title, the conference achieved very little. While every other country in the world, including the United States, closed its borders to Jewish refugees, Rafael Trujillo, the totalitarian ruler of the Dominican Republic, invited 100, 000 Jews to come to his island. His motives may have been politically driven - he wanted a “whiter” population and a more economically successful and prosperous country - but he offered life to concentration-camp-bound Jews, an offer they would certainly not refuse, whatever the ulterior motives. However bureaucratic difficulties in the countries from which the Jews were to leave, both in their countries of origin and the countries of passage, and the slow pace adopted by the institutions responsible for the implementation of the project, its success was less than satisfactory and ultimately only one thousand visas were issued, and just 650 Jews actually made it to the Island. The refugees were settled in the tiny seacoast town of Sosua, then mostly jungle land, located in the Puerto Plata province that Trujillo had established with funding provided by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Today, only some 20 of the original Jewish families remain in Sosua. See A. Wells, Tropical Zion: General Trujillo, FDR, and the Jews of Sosúa (2009); and M. A. Kaplan, Museum of Jewish Heritage Catalogue, Dominican Haven: The Jewish Refugee Settlement in Sosua (2008). SUBJECT(S): Agricultural colonies -- Jews -- Dominican Republic. Human settlements -- Jews -- Dominican Republic. Political refugees -- Jews. Other Titles: “Sosua, a human experiment. ” OCLC Worldcat lists only 3 copies worldwide (Indiana State Lib, Harvard, UWisc), none in New York. A similar copy sold for over $750 at auction in 2012. Very Good+ Condition. A beautiful copy. (holo2-125-30) (ID #36057) $600.00.
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  13. Áldor, Péter (Illustrator); Fodor József (Foreword). 1944. Budapest, Független Magyarorzág Kiadása, 1945. 1st edition. original Paper Wrappers, 4to, [48] pages. Unpaginated. Text in Hungarian. Mostly illustrations. One of the first collections of Holocaust drawings published after the war. Original illustrated wrappers with red lettering on front cover. A pictorial album by Holocaust survivor Péter Áldor, depicting the atrocities of the German occupation and the repression of the local fascists. This work is profusely illustrated with 18 heart-gripping sketches illustrating in all its horror, human madness and misery. Light stains and wear to cover, internally extremely clean, Overall Very Good Condition, a nice copy. (Holo2-125-25) (ID #36025) $1500.00.
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  15. [Coetzee, C. S; R. J. Montgomery, D. B. Sole]. REPORT ON CONDITIONS IN CONCENTRATION CAMPS IN GERMANY. No Place (Cape Town?), No Publisher, 1945. 1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, small 8vo, 40 pages. 21 cm. Includes 9 pages of photos. Printed by the Cape Times in Cape Town with a printing date of July 9, 1945. One of the first photographic report on the concentration camps to be published outside Europe (perhaps the first) and one of the first published anywhere. Includes material on Dachau, Belsen, & Buchenwald. "Published by authority…. The Acting Prime Minister, in reply to questions in Parliament regarding conditions in the German concentration camps, state that the Union's [i. E. South Africa's] High Commissioner in London had been requested to take steps for the preparation of a fully documented report" (p 3). Contents: Introductory statement by the Union government -- A visit to Dachau / C. S. Coetzee, R. J. Montgomery -- Report on Belsen camp / C. S. Coetzee, D. B. Sole -- Appendix I. Report of the United Nations War Crimes Commission -- Appendix II. Report of American editors on German camps -- Appendix III. Buchenwald camp: the report of a British Parliamentary delegation -- Appendix IV. Extracts from the official published report of the Joint Committee representing the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States of America, named to investigate atrocities and other conditions in concentration camps in Germany. SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Germany. Atrocities. OCLC lists only 4 copies worldwide (Nat Lin So Africa, US Dept of State, Royal Dutch Lib, NYPL), only 2 in the US. Light wear Very Good Condition, scarce (holo2-125-18) (ID #36044) $750.00.
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  17. Dekel, Ephraim, Introduction. BRYCHA 1945-1948. HOME THROUGH THE VALE OF TEARS. OYF DEM LAYDNSVEG KEYN ERETZ YISRAEL = BI-NTIV HA-YISURIM LA-MOLEDET. No Place, No Publisher, 1948. 1st edition. Later Cloth with covers bound in, Oblong 4to, Aproximately 100 leaves, mostly photographic plates. Includes 175 photographic illustrations. Introductory text and captions (many of Biblical origin) in English, Hebrew and Yiddish. “This album seeks to present a …picture of the wanderings of the 'remnants' of European Jewry - wanderings that began at the conclusion of the last war and still continue…” (From the introduction). A collection of 175 black and white photographs documenting the “Bericha” - - the 'illegal' underground flight of surviving European Jews into Palestine immediately following the Holocaust. This was the great exodus of European Jews following the holocaust, who illegally crossed the borders of Soviet-occupied lands and made their way as illegal immigrants to the shores of Palestine. Special sections of this album are dedicated to children and orphans who took part in this immigration effort, and another section documents the famous journey of the ship Exodus. Compiled by Ephraim Dekel, a high-ranking Haganah officer and architect of the Bericha escape-route. SUBJECT(S): Jewish refugees. Emigration and immigration. Jewish refugees. Berih? Ah (Organization) Israel -- Emigration and immigration -- Pictorial works. Staining to first 10 leaves, heavy wear to original cover, which is bound in, but photographic and text pages are very good--clear, solid, and powerful. A Good Copy. (holo2-125-10) (ID #35959) $900.00.
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  19. Lurie, Esther. JEWESSES IN SLAVERY. YEHUDIYOT BA-SHI`BUD. Palestine: Sifriat Poalim Workers' Book Guild, (1945). First edition. Original illustrated wrappers, 12mo, 43, 10 pages. Text in English and Hebrew. 13 drawings made by a Jewish woman of her fellow inmates while in the concentration camp at Leibitsch which consisted of 1200 Jewish women who had been deported from the Kaunas Ghetto in East Prussia. “Lurie was liberated by the Red Army on 21 January 1945. In March 1945 she reached a camp in Italy, where she met Jewish soldiers from Palestine who were serving in the British army. One of them, the artist Menahem Shemi, organized an exhibition of drawings from the camps, which resulted in the publication of a booklet Jewesses in Slavery. This contained drawings by Lurie from Stutthof and Leibitz and was published by the Jewish Soldiers' Club of Rome in 1945. Lurie also created stage sets for the military song and dance group in the camp, which was founded by Eliahu Goldberg and Mordechai Zeira. Lurie reached Israel (Palestine) in July 1945 and was received with great excitement. Her stories were published in the press and her drawings were exhibited in exhibitions. In 1946 she was again awarded the Dizengoff Prize for a sketch Girl with Yellow Badge, which she had made in the Kovno ghetto” (World ORT and Beit Lohamei Haghetaot, 2001). SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Jewish. Women in art. OCLC Worldcat lists 18 copies worldwide. Spine repaired, otherwise Very Good Condition. (holo2-125-38) (ID #36065) $1200.00.
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  21. Peis, Günter. NUREMBERG COURT CARTOONS: PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE JUDGES AND PROSECUTORS: CARTOONS OF THE DEFENDANTS. Nuremberg: Verlag Nürnberger Presse, 1945. Original Paper Wrappers, Large 8vo, [54] pages. 27 cm. In English. Following seven full-page photos of buildings, judges, at prosecutors at the trials, each leaf contains a full-page cartoon on one side and a short biography and description of their crimes, with a facsimile of their signature, on the opposite page. Includes a total of 21 full-page cartoons. Günter Peis (1927-2012) was an Austrian journalist and a pioneer in modern investigative journalism. Following the war, the 17 year old Peis went to an American sponsored program for 10 months, ending up at a journalism school in Munich under the direction of Erich Kästner. From there he was sent as delegate to the Nuremberg trials as an observer, He was the youngest (19) journalist present and was given special access to witness the executions of von Ribbentrop, Keitel, and others. He went on to publish famous accounts of Hess in Spandau Prison (1951), of former SS Sturmbannführer Alfred Naujocks who was hiding in Hamburg under a false name, and of love letters between Hitler and Hitler’s lover Maria Reiter. Unlike the supposed Hitler diaries published in 1983, these were deemed to be authentic by experts. He also published other works on the Nazis in WW II. (Wikipedia. De, 2012) SUBJECT(S): uremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946 -- Pictorial works. Judges -- Germany -- Nuremberg -- Portraits. Public prosecutors -- Germany -- Nuremberg -- Portraits. War criminals -- Germany -- Nuremberg -- Caricatures and cartoons. Named Corp: International Military Tribunal -- Pictorial works. OCLC lists only 5 copies worldwide (US Holocaust Museum, Wisc Vet Museum, UTexas, NEDERLANDS INST VOOR OORLOGSDOCUMENTATIE, Tel Aviv U). The US Holocaust Museum keeps their copy in their Rare Book Room. Wear to spine & covers, covers sunned, light wear, but solid and clean. Good+ Condition. (HOLO2-119-6) (ID #36020) $1800.00.
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  23. Pór, Dezso; Zsadányi Oszkár. TE VAGY A TANU! UKRAJNÁTÓL AUSCHWITZIG. Budapest; Kossuth, 1947. Original Cloth. 8vo. 482, [12] pages. 25 cm. First edition. In Hungarian. 'You are the Witness! From Ukraine to Auschwitz. ' With 12 pages of plates (printed in blue ink). Includes name register of Hungarian Jewish victims of the holocaust on pages 209-482. Finely bound in buckram with gilt title. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Registers of dead – Hungary. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Registers of dead - Ukraine. Holocaust survivors - Hungary – Registers. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Jews - Persecutions - Hungary. Jews - Persecutions. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945). OCLC lists 18 copies. Light wear to cloth; pages lightly aged, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-115-20) (ID #36026) $850.00.
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  25. Taslitzky, Boris. Presente Par Julien Cain. 111 [CENT-ONZE] DESSINS FAITS A BUCHENWALD, 1944-1945. 1945. 1st edition. Loose sheets as issued, in later custom clamshell box with original portfolio cover mounted on front. 4to. One of 3200 Numbered Copies. 111 plates of drawings, the first 100 relating to Buchenwald, plus 6 portraits, and 5 aquarelles in color. Captions in French, English, and Russian. 26 cm. Title page and preface in French. Boris Taslitzky began painting at the age of fifteen and attended the academie Montparnasse and the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris between 1925 and 1933. In 1933, he joined the Association of Revolutionary Writers and Artists (A. É. AR) where he became general secretary of the section of Painters and Sculptors, and then in 1935, he joined the Communist Party. In 1936, during the presentation of Quatorze Juillet, by Romain Rolland, Taslitzky participated in the exhibition that brought together Picasso, Léger, Matisse, Braque, Jean Lurcat, Laurens and Pinion in the lobby of the Alhambra Theatre. Taslitzky was captured in June 1940, escaped in August and joined the Resistance. He was arrested again in November 1941, sentenced to two years in prison, and then on July 31, 1944 was deported to Buchenwald, where he manages to make some two hundred drawings showing life in the camps. "If I go to hell, I will make sketches. Besides, I have experience, I've been there and I've drawn!... ", he later said. His mother died at Auschwitz. In 1946, Taslitzky exhibited his works which were inspired by the Resistance and Deportation, winning the Prix Blumenthal. He was later awarded the Military Cross and Military Medal and in 1997 he received the insignia of Chevalier of the Legion of Honour under the Resistance and Deportation. He was both witness and actor in the story of French Resistance and the Holocaust. SUBJECT(S): Concentration camps -- Pictorial works. Buchenwald (Camp de) Guerre mondiale 1939-1945. Prisonniers et déportés. Camps allemands. Buchenwald. Album. Concentration camps. Pictorial works. Wear to original illustrated cover, which has been mounted on front of box, but no damage to illustration. Illustrations in near fine condition. Moving, early, and important. (holo2-125-44) (ID #36072) $1800.00.
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  27. Vihar, Béla. Woodcuts by Shraga Weil [Sraga Weil]. SÁRGA KÖNYV. ADATOK A MAGYAR ZSIDÓSÁG HÁBORÚS SZENVEDÉSEIBOL. 1941-1945. Hechaluc kiadás. Budapest, 1945. (1945). Original Illustrated Paper Wrappers, Small 8vo, 216 pages. Eredeti borítóval. Includes 9 powerful original linocut illustrations, and cover design, by Shagra Weil. Also includes a bit of music.Title translates as "The Yellow Book. Data on the War Losses of Hungarian Jewry. 1941-1945." One of the earliest book about the Hungarian Holocaust. Published by Hechaluc (Hehalutz), the Zionist resistant movement, whose legendary headquarters was located at the Üvegház (Glasshouse) in Budapest, a former glass-store. During the Holocaust about 3000 people found shelter there and it was the center for producing fake identification documents to save Hungarian Jews from persecution. Shraga Weil (Ferenc Ferdinánd; 1918-2009) was a Hungarian born Israeli painter. He studied at the Academy of Art in Prague and École des Beaux Arts in Paris. During WWII he was active in the Zionist underground movement in Budapest, working in the workshop for forging documents. After the war he sailed for Palestine on an illegal immigrant ship and became a member of Kibbutz Ha'ogen where he lived until his death. In 1959 Weil was awarded the Dizengoff Prize for painting. He created the doors of the main entrance to the Knesset building and the President's residence in Jerusalem. Weil painted the wooden panels in the Israeli Hall at the Kennedy Center. Sándor Groszmann (Alexander Grossmann, Ben Erec; 1909-2003) was a journalist and publisher, one of the main activists of the Hungarian Zionist movement and co-founder of "Hashomer Hatzair" in Hungary. He was one of the leaders at the "Glasshouse". "When the argument arose about whether to absorb more Jews into the 'Glass House' as they might endanger the lives of those already living there, he said: 'For the sake of one hundred thousand Jews it is worth to endanger our own lives'". (Gur, D.; 2007). After the liberation he was the secretary of JDC (American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee) in Budapest and member of the board of the Hungarian Zionist Association and of the "Eretz-Israel" office. In 1949 he left Hungary and after living in Austria and Israel he settled down in Switzerland where he started to publish books and the periodical "Jöv?" (Future). [Bibl.: Gur, D.: Brothers for Resistance and Rescue. The Underground Zionist Youth Movement in Hungary during Word War II. Jerusalem-New York, 2007; Cohen, A.: The Halutz Resistance in Hungary, 1942-1944. New York, 1986.]. Paper aged, Very Good Condition. (holo2-125-27) (ID #36029) $750.00.
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  29. Friends Of Democracy. THE GESTAPO, HITLER'S SECRET POLICE--THE NAZI SCOURGE IN GERMANY, THE CONQUERED COUNTRIES [AND] THE UNITED STATES. Kansas City, Mo., & New York, Friends Of Democracy, Inc., 1941. 1st edition. Original Black wrappers, Newspaper-sized elephant folio, 32 pages. 43 cm tall. Loaded with photos, illustrations, portraits, facsimiles, and diagrams. Documentary and pictorial evidence of the Gestapo's activities, produced before the US had entered the was as a call to arms against the Gestapo. Much on early concentration camps, driving the Jews out of Vienna, mass shootings in Poland, Gestapo persecutions in Holland, Norway, Bulgaria, Rumania, Paris. Also includes material on Gestapo agents in the US, with some Nazi spies posing as Jewish refugees. Final page asks, "What Can We Do About the Gestapo?" and calls on Americans to defeat Hitlerism and to support the nations in Europe who are fighting Germany—and to do this now, while they are still able to fight. "This means all-out aid to Britain now!...Nazism, the root, is the real foe that threatens us. It's evil plant, the Gestapo, will perish when Nazism is destroyed. " SUBJECT (S): National socialism. Propaganda, German. World War, 1939-1945 -- United States -- Public opinion. National socialism. Propaganda, German. Geheime Staatspolizei. Printed on good quality paper which has held up very well, a bit of wear, stray mark on front cover, horizontal crease, about Very Good Condition. Dramatic and important as a pre-war appeal to the American public. (holo2-125-8) (ID #35958) $1800.00.
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  31. Mark, Bernard. די יידישע טראגעדיע אין דער פוילישער ליטעראטור. DI YIDISHE TRAGEDYE IN DER POYLISHER LITERATUR. Varshe [Warsaw]: Farlag "Yidish Bukh," 1950. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 157 pages. 21 cm. In Yiddish. Title on title page verso: "Tragedia zydowska w literaturze polskiej." Includes errara slip. Review copy, with stamp on title page. SUBJECT(S): Jews in literature. Polish literature -- History and criticism. Edgewear to wrappers, as usually found, Very Good Condition. (H-42-9) (ID #14056) $30.00.
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  33. Strauss, Herbert A., Ed. Steven W. Siegel, compiler. JEWISH IMMIGRANTS OF THE NAZI PERIOD IN THE USA. VOLUME 1: ARCHIVAL RESOURCES. New York, Munich, London, Paris, K.G. Saur, 1978. Original Publisher's Cloth. 8vo. xxviii, 279 pages. Jews -- United States -- Social conditions. Refugees, Jewish -- United States. Jews -- Germany -- History -- 1933-1945. Geographic: United States -- Emigration and immigration. Germany -- Emigration and immigration -- History -- 1933-1945. Note(s): Sponsored by the Research Foundation for Jewish Immigration. Blue cloth with gilt lettering on covers and spine. Nice, clean copy in very good condition. (H-31-6). (ID #14151) $30.00.
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  35. Taffet, Gershon; Friedman, Philip [Introduction]. EXTERMINATION OF POLISH JEWS - ALBUM OF PICTURES. ZAGLADA ZYDOSTWA POLSKIEGO - ALBUM ZDJEC. UNICHTOZHENIE EVREEV V POL'SHE - AL'BOM SNIMKOV. EXTERMINATION DES JUIFS EN POLOGNE - ALBUM DE PHOTOGRAPHIES. Lodz, Central Jewish Historical Committee In Poland, 1945. Later black cloth, Oblog 4to. Robinson & Friedman #3574. Probably the single most important documentary photo book on the Holocaust ever published, useful not only as part of the documentary record, but also as part of the historiography of the Holocaust, since this book became the defining collection of photographic images from the period, not only for European Jews, but also for the world at large (especially Europe). In was published in 1945 by survivors with memories still fresh and a need to document what they and their communities had gone through. 252 black and white photos, showing the Jewish settlements at the onset of German occupation, the ghettos into which they were later crowded, and finally photographs of the atrocities committed in the forced labor camps and the extermination camps. Another section of the book is dedicated to the Jewish partisan movements. Text is in Polish, Yiddish, English Russian & French (not German! ). A substantially damaged copy recently sold at auction for over US 975-00. This copy attractively bound in black cloth with original damaged cover bound in. Internal pages are clean and in outstanding condition. A Very Good Copy. (HOLO2-101-37) (ID #35940) $500.00.
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  37. Belfer, Itzchak. HA-SHO'AH: TSIYURIM VE-RISHUMIM. / THE HOLOCAUST: PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS. Yerushalayim: Irgun ha-artsi shel asire ha-Natsim leshe-`avar be-Yisra'el, 1971. 1st edition. Cloth, Folio, [56] pages, chiefly illustrations. 33 cm. In Hebrew, with introduction and captions in Hebrew, English, and Yiddish. LCCN: 71-953670 The artist "was born in Poland in 1923, and was brought up in the Janusz Korczak Home in Warsaw….Belfer has brought forth in his paintings the deepest expression of the torment in which the Jews of Europe found themselves on their last journey." SUBJECT(S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Pictorial works. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), in art. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poetry. Stamp on endpaper. Very Good Condition in Good but soiled jacket. (H-42-3) (ID #14069) $30.00.
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  39. Kaczkowski, Adam; Kazimierz Smolen. AUSCHWITZ-BIRKENAU. Oswiecim; Panstwowe Muzeum, 1970. Original Cloth. 8vo. X, 80 pages. 23 cm. First edition. Text in Polish, English, French, and German. Haunting photographs by Adam Kaczkowski. Text edited by Kazimierz Smolen. “... The Editors wish to honour the XXV Anniversary of the liberation of the camp" -Page vii. Illustrated with full page black and white photographs throughout of the camps and camp memorials. Subjects: Holocaust memorials--Poland--Pictorial works Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Concentration camps - Poland. Concentration camps. Auschwitz (Concentration camp). Birkenau (Concentration camp). OCLC lists 26 copies. Light edge wear to jacket, otherwise very clean and fresh. Very good condition in Very Good Jacket (HOLO2-124-11) (ID #36076) $200.00.
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  41. Mórawski, Karol; Glebocki, Wieslaw. SZTUKA I KULTURA ZA MURAMI. Warszawa: Snaideckich, 1978. Paper Wrappers, Square 8vo, 25 pages. 19 cm. In Polish. Loaded with plates of Artwork. Title translates as "Art and Culture for the Walls." At head of title: Zydowski Instytut Historyczny w Polsce. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Poland. Art, Jewish -- Poland. Warsaw (Poland) -- Pictorial works. Very Good Condition. (H-41-11) (ID #13999) $50.00.
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  43. Szyk, Arthur. THE NEW ORDER. New York; G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1941. Original Cloth 4to. [47] pages. 26 cm. First edition. Illustrated throughout. Contains 38 pages of plates, with 8 illustrations in color. Vitriolic caricatures of Hitler, Mussolini, Hito, Nazism, Vichy France, the Hitler-Stalin Pact, the betrayal of Poland, the invasion of Ethiopia, the Balkans, etc. Szyk fled Nazi-controlled Europe for the United States in 1940. His widely published caricatures made him one of America's most famous political satirists during World War II. He was a gifted artist, considered one of the greatest modern practitioners of the art of illumination, especially in miniature format. In 1939, following Germany's invasion of Poland, he focused on producing anti-Nazi editorial cartoons published in many Western newspapers and magazines. In late 1940, after a period of residence in England, he emigrated to the United States with his family. He would be one of America's leading anti-Fascist political caricaturists as well as a leading advocate for Jewish rescue. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Caricatures and cartoons. Fascism - Caricatures and cartoons. Fascism. Political science. Weltkrieg (1939-1945) Karikatur. World War (1939-1945) Caricatures and cartoons. 1933 - 1945 Germany - Politics and government - 1933-1945 - Caricatures and cartoons. Light wear to cloth, good condition. (HOLO2-125-24) (ID #36003) $55.00.
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  45. Mayzel, Nachman (Nahman Mayzil). געווען אמאָל א לעבן : דאָס יידישע קולטור-לעבן אין פוילן צווישן ביידע וועלט-מלחמות GEVEN AMOL A LEBN: DOS YIDISHE KULTUR-LEBN IN POYLN TSVISHN BEYDE VELT-MILHOMES. Buenos Aires: Tsentral-Farband fun Poylishe Yidn in Argentine, 1951. Cloth, 8vo, 399 pages (Pages [393]-399 are advertisements). 21 cm. In Yiddish. Series: Dos Poylishe Yidntum, bd. 71. On verso of title page: "Erase una vida." Very Good Condition in Very Good Jacket. (H-42-14) (ID #14047) $30.00.
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  47. Oshry, Efroim [Ephriam]. Foreword by Chaim Lieberman. חורבן ליטע CHURBN LITE [CHURBAN LITE] /THE RUINS OF LITHUANIA--A CHRONICLE OF THE DESTRUC TION OF THE SACRED JEWISH COMMUNITIES OF LITHUANIA 1941-1945. New York & Montreal: the Author., 1951. 8vo. 468 pages. With 70 pages of photographs. In Yiddish with forward in English. SUBJECT (S): Jews – persecutions – Lithuania; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Lithuania – personal narratives; Oshry, Efriom, b. 1915; Lithuania – ethnic relations. A scarce Yizkor title, very well illustrated. Very Good Condition in Very Good Jacket. An excellent copy (YIZ-1-1A) (ID #36051) $140.00.
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  49. Vilna) Ran, Leyzer, editor. ירושלים ד'ליטא : די יידישע קולטור אין דער ליטע YERUSHOLAIM DE-LITA: ILUSTRIRT UN DOKUMENTIRT / JERUSALEM OF LITHUANIA: ILLUSTRATED AND DOCUMENTED. COMPLETE IN 3 VOLUMES. Nyu York, Vilner Albom Komitet, 1974. 1st edition. 4to, Volume 1 and 2 cloth, Volume 3 softcover, all as issued. An outstanidng photgraphic memorial to the Jewish Vilna, "The Jerusalem of Lithuania. " with well over 2000 photos and facsimiles. Folding map of Vilna, often missing, is present in the pocket of volume I, as issued. Title and all text and captions in Russian, English, Hebrew, and Yiddish. Includes indexes. A comparable set sold at auction in 2015 for over USD 360. Very Good Condition. (YIZ-12-15) (ID #35926) $350.00.
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  51. Massing, Paul W. REHEARSAL FOR DESTRUCTION: A STUDY OF POLITICAL ANTI-SEMITISM IN IMPERIAL GERMANY. New York: Harper, 1949. Cloth; 8vo. Xviii, 341 pages. First edition. Notes, references, an appendix of twelve documents, and index. Text from introduction: "Not another recital of Nazi horrors....attempts to show how anti-Semitism, always lurking in the background of German social structure, could be conjured forth to serve those who understood its political potentialities. " Series: Studies in prejudice; American Jewish Committee. Social studies series, publication; no. 2; Variation: American Jewish Committee. Social studies series, publication no. 2. Jews -- Germany -- History. Bit of shelfwear and browning. Very good condition. (H-35-6) (ID #14245) $30.00.
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  53. Mathews, Basil. THE JEW AND THE WORLD FERMENT. New York: Friendship Press, 1935. Cloth; small 8vo. 186 pages. Index, bibliography with prices, and eight appendices. Thoughtful study of the Jewish people, their future life and influence. The aim of the book is "to try to discover how we, who are in our own land their neighbors, ought to act towards them. " Jewish question. Jews. Ex-library copy with the usual markings. Inscribed by original owner on inside front and back covers. A bit of light pencil underlining; some edgewear. Spine shaken. Good condition. (H-30-7) (ID #14118) $40.00.
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  55. Oppeln-Bronikowski, Friedrich Von. ANTISEMITISMUS?: EINE UNPARTEIISCHE PRÜFUNG DES PROBLEMS. Charlottenburg, Deutsche Verlagsgesellschaft Für Politik Und Geschichte, 1920. First edition. Original Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 72 pages. 25 cm. In German. Oppeln-Bronikowski was a German writer and cultural historian who opposed the growing anti-Semitism in Germany, and advocated equitable treatment for Jews. In this work he challenges the "Radauantisemitismus" of the Deutsch-Nationalen-Volkspartei, of which he was a member at the time. Title translates to English as, “Antisemitism: An Impartial Examination of the Problem. ” Wiener Library II, 2396. SUBJECT (S): Jews -- Germany. Jewish question. Germany -- Ethnic relations -- 20th century. Antisemitismus. Browning to pages, blacked out previous owners name on 2 pages, but good and solid. Good condition. (HOLO2-45-4). (ID #35936) $30.00.
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    THE PROTOCOLS

     

     

  57. Curtiss, John Shelton. AN APPRAISAL OF THE PROTOCOLS OF ZION. New York; Columbia University Press, 1942. Publishers Cloth. 8vo. VI, [5], 117 pages. 21cm. The Appraisal of the Protocols published in 1942 by Duke Professor John Shelton Curtiss summarizes the evidence that the Protocols were a forgery, including the results of the 1933 trials of Swiss Nazis in which the authenticity of the text was thoroughly debunked by the prosecution. One of Curtiss’ major arguments is to demonstrate that the "Protocols" published by S. A. Nilus are largely plagiarised from M. Joly's "Dialogue aux enfers entre Machiavel et Montesqiueu. " Includes a foreword by several prominent historians, including Carl Becker of Cornell, Sydney Fay and William Langer of Harvard, and Allan Nevins and Cariton J. H. Hayes of Columbia, which introduced Professor John Shelton Curtiss’ ‘An Appraisal of the Protocols of Zion" with their endorsement of his findings as "completely destructive of the historicity of the Protocols and as establishing beyond doubt the fact that they are rank and pernicious forgeries. " Subjects: Protocols of the wise men of Zion. Without dustjacket. Review copy stamp from April 1942 on title page; light shelf wear to covers; otherwise clean and fresh. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-92-34) (ID #36049) $30.00.
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  59. TAG DES GEDENKENS AN DIE OPFER DES NATIONALSOZIALISMUS. GEDENKSTUNDE DES DEUTSCHEN BUNDESTAGES. Bonn, 1998. Wrappers; 4to. 32 pages. In German. Illustrated with photographs. Shows the official West German governmental perspective on the Nazi period, from the period just prior to reunification. Excellent condition. (H-31-3) (ID #14167) $30.00.
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  61. Boswell, Rolfe. PROPHETS AND PORTENTS: SEVEN SEERS FORETELL HITLER'S DOOM. New York: Thomas Crowell, 1942. Cloth; 8vo. Seven mystics and prophets (incl. Saints Odile and Malachy, Mother Shipton, Blavatsky, Pope Pius X) foretell Hitler's doom. Interesting in hindsight. UFOs and Occult Topics. Weird. Prophecies. Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945. 154 pages. Pages browning; otherwise, excellent condition in good dust jacket. (H-34-1) (ID #14219) $30.00.
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  63. Heberle, Rudolf. LANDBEVÖLKERUNG UND NATIONALSOZIALISMUS. EINE SOZIOLOGISCHE UNTERSUCHUNG DER POLITISCHEN WILLENSBILDUNG IN SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN 1918 BIS 1932. Stuttgart: Deutsche-Verlags-Anstalt, 1963. Wrappers; 8vo. 171 pages. In German. Illustrated with charts, diagrams, and a map. Schriftenreihe der Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Nr. 6; Variation: Schriftenreihe der Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Nr. 6. Political parties -- Germany -- Schleswig-Holstein. Named Corp: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Translation of From democracy to nazism. / Bibliographical footnotes. Author inscribed. Very good condition. (H-34-4) (ID #14239) $30.00.
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  65. Schnapp, Jeffrey T. STAGING FASCISM: 18BL AND THE THEATER OF MASSES FOR THE MASSES. Stanford, California: Stanford University Press, 1996. Cloth; 8vo. Xviii, 234 pages. Examination of a theater event that took place as a direct result of a call by Mussolini to create a Fascist theater for 20,000 spectators. This book examines the place of media, technology and machinery in the fascist imagination. Fascism and theater -- Italy. Theater -- Political aspects -- Italy. Named Person: Pavolini, Alessandro, 1903-1945. Apparent printing errors in first fourteen pages; otherwise, excellent condition in very good dust jacket. (H-34-2) (ID #14225) $30.00.
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  67. Steinweis, Alan E. ART, IDEOLOGY, AND ECONOMICS IN NAZI GERMANY: THE REICH CHAMBERS OF MUSIC, THEATER, AND THE VISUAL ARTS. Chapel Hill and London: University of North Carolina Press, 1993. Wrappers; 8vo. X, 233 pages. Illustrated with photographic plates. Includes bibliographical references and index. Describes the political, professional, and economic environment in which German artists were compelled to function. Uses extensive new Archival sources. Arts, German. National socialism and art. Arts -- Economic aspects -- Germany. Based on the author's doctoral dissertation at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Very good condition. (H-34-6) (ID #14216) $30.00.
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    FASCIST PUBLICATIONS

     

     

  69. Rosenberg, Alfred. UNMORAL IM TALMUD MIT EINER EINLEITUNG UND ERLÄUTERUNGEN. Munich: Deutscher Volksverlag, 1920. First edition of one of Rosenberg's first books. Original Wrappers; 8vo. 60 pages. "Immorality in the Talmud, With an Introduction and Comments. " Alfred Ernst Rosenberg (12 January 1893 – 16 October 1946) was a "Baltic German philosopher and an influential ideologue of the Nazi Party. Rosenberg was first introduced to Adolf Hitler by Dietrich Eckart; he later held several important posts in the Nazi government. He is considered one of the main authors of key Nazi ideological creeds, including its racial theory, persecution of the Jews, Lebensraum, abrogation of the Treaty of Versailles, and opposition to "degenerate" modern art. He is known for his rejection and hatred for Christianity, having played an important role in the development of German Nationalist Positive Christianity. At Nuremberg he was sentenced to death and executed by hanging as a war criminal and for crimes against humanity" (Wikipedia 2015). Inside covers and back of book advertise other Antisemitic works for sale, OCLC lists 15 copies worldwide. Original Wrappers fragile, some browning to paper and wrappers as expected, but a very good copy in Very Good Condition. Important 1st edition of this central early Nazi tract (holo2-125-6) (ID #35935) $100.00.
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  71. Paters, J.D.S., editor. DE WACHT: WEEKBLAD VOOR DE GEMOBILISEERDE WEERMACHT EN HET NEDERLANDISCHE VOLK. Vol. I, Nrs 1-24. (Nov 18, 1939-April 27, 1940), Lacking only the final issue (nr 25), nearly complete. The Hague: Koninklijke Nederlandsche Vereenging "Ons Leger", 1939-40. 1st edition. Period Cloth, 8vo, 32 pages each issue, [768 total]. 24 cm. In Dutch. Dutch Fascist illustrated weekly, "The Guard: Weekly Magazine for the Mobilized Weermacht and the Dutch People." 3 sets listed on OCLC (IISG, U of Calgary, UC Berkeley), only one in the US. SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Periodicals. World War, 1939-1945 -- Netherlands. Netherlands -- Armed Forces -- Periodicals. Paper aging, Good Condition (H-41-3) (ID #14003) $300.00.
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  73. Ehrt, Adolf. BEWAPENDE OPSTAND! ONTHULLINGEN OVER DE COMMUNISTISCHE POGING TOT OMWEEENTELING AAN DEN VOORAVOND VAN DE NATIONALE REVOLUTIE. Berlin and Leipzig: Eckart, 1933. Wrappers; 8vo. 184 pages. In Dutch. Illustrated with photographs, diagrams, and charts. Interesting pictorial cover in black, white and red, a photographic collage. A National Socialist look at the so-called Communist menace to Germany on the eve of Adolf Hitler's ascension to power in 1933. Communism -- Germany. Named Corp: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Originally published as: Bawaffneter aufstand! English version is Communism In Germany: The Communist Conspiracy On The Eve Of The 1933 National Revolution. Bookseller's stamp on flyleaf. Front cover nearly detached; spine chipping. Pages brown. Fair condition. (H-34-7) (ID #14224) $40.00.
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  75. OSVECIM HROB CTYR MILIONU NEVINNÝCH. Praha: Svaz Osvobozených Politických Veznu, 1946. 1st edition. Original Red Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 31 pages. In Czech. “Preklad z moskevské ‘Pravdy’…. Prelozeno z rustiny. ” Title translates as “Auschwitz: The Grave of Four Million Innocents. ” Published by the Association of Liberated Political Prisoners, Survivors and Victims of Nazism. This is a Soviet-zone, Czech-published translation of the Soviet Investigation into War Crimes which was originally published in Pravda. As such, it reflects the Soviet view which emphasized Soviet rather than Jewish (or other) suffering at the hands of the Nazis…. This may be a reason so few copies of this pamphlet survived in Czechsoslovakia. OCLC-Worldcat lists only one copy worldwide (Czech State Research Library in Olomouc). Underlining on a few pages, touch of spinewear, Otherwise Very Good Condition, a striking copy. (holo2-125-45) (ID #36073) $500.00.
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  77. Buszko, Jozef Et Al. AUSCHWITZ: CAMP HITLERIEN D'EXTERMINATION. Varsovie: Interpress, 1986. Paper; 8vo. 211 pages. In French. Illustrated with many black-and-white photographic plates. Map facing preface. Foldout plan of "Le KL Auschwitz I" following page 32; "Le KL Auschwitz II (Birkenau) " following page 144. Map on inside front and back cover. Appendix: "Grades dans la SS" and bibliography. Preface by Josef Buszko. Collection of articles by various authors. Some edgewear to covers; very good condition. (H-30-5) (ID #14139) $30.00.
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  79. Dufournier, Denise. Preface by Maurice Schumann. translated From The French by F. W. McPherson. RAVENSBRÜCK, THE WOMEN'S CAMP OF DEATH [Author Inscribed]. London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1948. 1st English-Language Edition. Original Cloth, 12mo, 150 pages; 19 cm. Translation of “Maison des mortes, Ravensbrück. ” 15-word inscription by the author, a Ravensburck survivor, on front endpaper. SUBJECT (S): Women concentration camp inmates -- Germany. French -- Germany -- Biography. Konzentrationslager. Light wear, Very Good Condition (women-4-10). (ID #35823) $125.00.
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  81. Fischer, Frans. L'ENFER DE BREENDONCK, SOUVENIRS VÉCUS. Bruxelles, Editions Labor, 1944. Bruxelles, Editions Labor, 1944. Paperback, 12mo, 2 p. L., [7]-156, [2] pages, 18 cm. Memoir of Breendonk concentration camp, published immediately after the liberation of Belgium (1944!). Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Belgian. World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities. Breendonk (Willebroek, Belgium). Good condition. (H-27-4) (ID #12465) $50.00.
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  83. Kaczerginksy, Sh., compiler; Leivick, H, editor; Gelbart, M, Music Arrangement. SONGS OF THE GHETTOS AND CONCENTRATION CAMPS. לידער פון די געטאס און לאגרן LIDER FUN DI GETOS UN LAGERN. CYCO - Bicher Verlag, New York, 1948. 1st edition. Original Cloth, Large 8vo, 2, 39, 435 Pages. Text in Yiddish. Includes two dozen photos, with 70 pages of musical notations with English transliteration of the Yiddish songs. Wear to top and bottom of spine, otherwise Very Good Condition. (holo2-125-37) (ID #36063) $80.00.
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  85. Kessel, Sim. PENDU À AUSCHWITZ. [Evreux], Solar, 1970. Presume 1st edition.Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 244 pages. In French. LCCN: 74-513691. Later translated into English and published as, "Hanged at Auschwitz." SUBJECT(S): Prisons. War Crimes. World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, French. Named Corp: Auschwitz (Concentration camp). Light wear to wrappers, (H-42-5) (ID #14073) $35.00.
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  87. Kononenko, Elena Viktorovna. BABY KILLERS. Moscow, Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1942. 1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, 12mo, 22, [1] pages. Includes illustrations (including portraits). 20 cm. Holocaust era Soviet publication in English which spares no detail in printing the grizzliest possible descriptions of German torture and dissection of Soviet children. Also includes less graphic text, such as: “These German fascist cutthroats, Hitler’s protégés, aim to exterminate all children who are not of German or, as they say ‘Aryan, ’ race. For them it is immaterial—be the child Ukrainian, Jewish, Uzbek, Georgian, or Tatar. For them it is immaterial be the child Czechoslovakian or French, English or American…. Once they are non-Aryan, once they are not Fritzes—away with them! ” Interesting period example of the Soviet description of German psychology, much more unforgiving than that which one finds in Western publications from the same time. SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities -- Russia. World War, 1939-1945 -- Children. OCLC lists 7 copies worldwide, none in New York. Wrappers repaired at spine but attractive, Good Condition. (holo2-125-35) (ID #36061) $500.00.
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  89. Lenz, Johann Maria. CHRISTUS IN DACHAU, ODER, CHRISTUS DER SIEGER: EIN RELIGIÖSES VOLKSBUCH UND EIN KIRCHENGESCHICHTLICHES ZEUGNIS: MIT 100 BILDERN: FÜR PRIESTER UND VOLK BERICHTET. Wien: Buchversand, Libri Catholici, 1957. Revised Edition. Cloth, Large 8vo, viii, 470 pages. In German. Includes numerous illustrations. 25 cm. Includes index. Author, an Austrian Catholic priest, was imprisoned for 5 years at Dachau. Includes signed letter (fundraising to rebuild a cathedral destroyed in the war) from Lenz laid in. Lenz has also signed the book on the front endpaper. SUBJECT(S): Clergy -- Germany -- Biography. World War, 1939-1945 -- Religious aspects. World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, German. Dachau (Concentration camp) Catholic Church -- Germany -- Clergy -- Biography. Catholic Church -- Germany -- History -- 1933-1945. Very Good Condition. (H-40-15) (ID #13987) $30.00.
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  91. (Lodz Ghetto) Szajewicz (Shayevitsh), Simhah Bunam. araynfir un bamerkungen fun Nahman Blumental. …LEKH-LEKHA…[sic]. Lodzsh: Tsentraler Yidisher Historisher Komisye baym Tsentral-Komitet fun Poylishe Yidn, 1946. Cloth, 8vo, 70 [1] pages, 1 l. includes facsimiles. 21 cm. Poems. "Oysgabes fun Der Tsentraler Yidisher Historisher Komisye baym Tsentral-Komitet fun Poylishe Yidn. Serye yidishe literatur, 1." A committee dedicated to recording the fate of Polish Jews published this book length poem by Simkhah Szajewics. Written in the Lodz Ghetto, it appeared immediately after the war in 1946; Szajewicz perished in a concentration camp in 1944" (from the permanent exhibit at the National Yiddish Book Center, which houses their copy in their Rare Book Collection). The book actually includes two long poems: "Lekh-lekha" and "Friling 702, " as well as letters and other related material. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Persecutions -- Poland -- Lódz. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poetry. Jews -- Correspondence. Expertly rebound in attractive black cloth with the original photographic front cover mounted on the front. Very Good Condition. (HOLO2-110-36) (H-40-10) (ID #13981) $100.00.
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  93. (Lodz Ghetto) Isaiah Spiegel (Yesha`yahu Shpigl). מלכות געטא : נאוועלן. MALKHES GETO: (NOVELN). Lodzsh: Farlag "Dos Naye Lebn," 1947. Paper Wrappers, 95 pages, 18 cm. Fiction. In Yiddish. Series: Kleyne bibliotek; Other Titles: Malkhus geto. Title on title page verso:; Krolewstwo ghetta SUBJECT(S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Lódz -- Fiction. Jews -- Poland -- Lódz -- Fiction. Originally bound in flimsy and fragile paper wrappers, this copy has been rebound in paper wrappers with original illustrated cover mounted on front. Paper browning as generally found, but solid. Good Condition. Scarce (H-40-17) (ID #13977) $75.00.
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  95. Overduin, Ds. J. HEL EN HEMEL VAN DACHAU. Te Kampen, Netherlands, J. H. Kok,. [1945] Original Publisher's cloth, small 8vo, 267 pages. In Dutch. Priest's Holocaust survival memoir. Very Good Condition. (H-40-3) (ID #13984) $30.00.
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  97. Pawelczynska, Anna. VALUES AND VIOLENCE IN AUSCHWITZ: A SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1979. Cloth, 8vo, xxxi, 170 pages, illustrations, 22 cm. Includes index. Bibliography on pages 149-150. Subjects: Auschwitz (Concentration camp). Political prisoners -- Attitudes. Social values. Translated and with an introduction by Catherine S. Leach. Very Good+ Condition. An excellent copy in Very Good+ jacket. (H-27-3) (ID #12487) $30.00.
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  99. Polakiewicz, Symcha. IN SHOTN FUN TREBLINKE (HURBN SOKOLOV-PODLIASKI). Tel Aviv, Irgun yotse Sokolov-Podolski be-Yisra'el, 1957. 1st editionl Original Cloth, 8vo, 167 pages, 24 cm. Added titlepage: In the shadow of Treblinka. Subjects: Jews--Poland--Sokolów Podlaski. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) --Poland--Sokolów Podlaski. Israel Tel Aviv. Good+ Condition. (H-41-13) (ID #14042) $40.00.
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  101. Rijshouwer, J. A. H. and H. Van Wermeskerken. VIER JAAR INDISCH GIJZELAAR: BUCHENWALD-HAAREN-ST. MICHIELSGESTEL-VUGHT--AMERSFOORT. 'S-Gravenhage: Van Hoeve, 1946. Cloth; 8vo. 340 pages. In Dutch. World War, 1939-1945 -- Prisoners and prisons, German -- Personal narratives. World War, 1939-1945. Some browning and foxing; spine shaken. Corners chipped. Good condition. (H-30-1) (ID #14141) $35.00.
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  103. Rost, Nico. CONCENTRATION CAMP DACHAU. Bruxelles, Comité International de Dachau, [1950s]. Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 35 pages. 4 pages of plates. illus. 21 cm. Rost was a Dutch survivor of Dachau who became a post-war expert on the camp. SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Prisoners and prisons, German. World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Dutch. Concentratiekampen. Guerre mondiale, 1939-1945 -- Récits personnels hollandais. Small surface wear and pen mark to cover. Translated from original Dutch into German by Edith Rost-Blumberg; translated from German into English by Captain Bernard R. Hanauer. Internal pages are tanned, but still nice; all text is clear. Good condition. (H-41-10) (ID #11902) $40.00.
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  105. Sentis, Carlos. Prologue by Manuel Brunet. LA PAZ VISTA DESDE LONDRES. DE DACHAU A PICADILLY EN EL DIA DE LA VICTORIA. Barcelona: Salvador Rosas Bayer, 1945. Wrappers; 8vo. 222 pages. In Spanish. World War, 1939-1945 -- Great Britain. Reconstruction (1939-1951) -- Europe. Journalists, Spanish -- Correspondence, reminiscences, etc. Edges bumped; pages brown. Good condition. (H-31-8) (ID #14162) $30.00.
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  107. Shonfeld, Moshe & Herman Appelman. Fwd. by Josiah Wedgewood, M. P. THE MARK OF THE SWASTIKA: EXTRACTS FROM THE BRITISH WAR BLUE BOOK, TOGETHER WITH THE WHITE PAPER ON THE TREATMENT OF GERMAN NATIONALS IN GERMANY. New York, The Ad Press, 1941. 23 cm. Original Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 107, 110 pages. In English & Yiddish. This publication offers "The most comprehensive survey of Germany's treatment of Jews and other minorities within Germany, including conditions in concentration camps. " Produced by the Great BritainForeign Office. Contains documents concerning German-Polish relations and the outbreak of hostilities between Great Britain and Germany on September 3, 1939, & the final report by the Right Honourable Sir Nevile Henderson. G. C. M. G., on the circumstances leading to the termination of his mission to Berlin, September 20, 1939. SUBJECT(S) Geographic: Germany -- Foreign relations -- Poland. Poland -- Foreign relations -- Germany. Great Britain -- Foreign relations -- Germany. Germany -- Foreign relations -- Great Britain. Heavy brown stain to front cover & edges and extending into the text of the introductory material and up to page 20 (but easy to read through). Otherwise Good Solid Condition. (H-42-6) (ID #14062) $30.00.
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  109. Spizman, Leib. פרויען אין די געטאָס : זאמלבוך FROYEN IN DI GETOS: ZAMLBUKH. Nyu-York; Pyonern Froyen Organizatsye, 1946. Original Cloth. 8vo. XVII, 184, [1] pages. 23 cm. First edition. In Yiddish. 'Women in the Ghettos'. Contents: In di getos un untererd - Partizanen in kamf - Geshtaltn - Portretn - Parashutistn - Tsu di bregn fun heymland. Emphasizes women partisans and the ghetto resistance, entire section devoted to Hannah Senesh. Illustrated throughout. Compiled by Leib Spizman (1903-1963), Yiddish writer, member of the Farband-Labor Zionist Order’s national executive committee and of the secretariat of the World Congress for Jewish Culture, he came to the United States via Japan in 1940. Subjects: Jewish women in the Holocaust. World War, 1939-1945 - Jewish resistance. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Senesh, Hannah, 1921-1944. Cloth soiled, internally clean and fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-115-49) (ID #34065) $45.00.
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  111. Stabholz, Tadeusz. SIEDEM PIEKIEL. Stuttgart [Wyd. Czasopisma "ojf Der Frai"], 1947. 1st edition. Original Color Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 297 pages. 20 cm. In Polish. First Edition. Published in Germany, primarily for Polish-speaking Jewish DPs. SUBJECT (S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Concentration Camps, Jewish. Thaddeus Stabholz. OCLC lists 17 libraries worldwide. Spine rebacked, light wear, Good+ Condition. Scarce title. (HOLO2-28-2) (ID #35932) $200.00.
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  113. (Vught) Fokkens, Phocas. VROUWEN LINKS…MANNEN RECHTS!. Amsterdam, Uitg. "De Uil", 1945. First Edition. Cloth, 12mo, 186 pages. Tipped in are 9 very skilled colored-black & white drawings of life in Vught Concentration Camp by the author. "Met teekeningen van den schrijver uit de strafgevangenis aan de Amstelveenschenweg te Amsterdam." OCLC-Worldcat lists 7 copies worldwide, only one in the US (UC-Berkeley). Very Good Condition (H-40-5) (ID #13990) $30.00.
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  115. Fast, Howard; and William Gropper, Illustrator. NEVER TO FORGET. THE BATTLE OF THE WARSAW GHETTO. Book League Of Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order, I. W. O., New York, 1946. 1st edition. Original 3-color wrappers, oblong 12mo, [12 leaves], 8.25x5.25 inches. Poem by Howard Fast, illustrated by William Gropper. Includes 10 powerful illustrations of Nazi brutality and Jewish resistance in the Ghetto. Light wear, Very Good Condition. (holo2-125-1) (ID #35957) $45.00.
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  117. Federation Of Polish Jews In Great Britain. REMEMBER THE WARSAW GHETTO. London: Federation Of Polish Jews In Gt. Britain, The Nord Press., 1944. Original photographic paper wrappers, 12mo 15 pages. 18cm. Includes cover photo-montage, portrait, and facsimile. Early report, published the year after the uprising, by Polish-Jewish refugees living in London. SUBJECT (S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Warsaw. Jews -- Poland -- Warsaw. Guerre mondiale 1939-1945. Occupation et résistance. Pologne occupée. Résistance intérieure. Juifs. -- Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943. OCLC lists 10 copies worldwide. Very good+ condition, an outstanding copy. (Holo2-122-18A) (ID #36024) $150.00.
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  119. Allen, Charles R (Tsharls R. Alen). Translated into Yiddish by Martin Birnboym. דער אויפשטאנד אין ווארשעווער געטא, 1943־1963‏ /‏ DER OYFSHTAND IN VARSHEVER GETO, 1943-1963. Nyu-York: Komitet far dem 20tn yortog fun varshever geto oyfshtand, 1963. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 32 pages. 21 cm. In Yiddish. Includes bibliographical references. SUBJECT(S): Warsaw (Poland) -- History -- Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943 -- Anniversaries, etc. Very Good Condition. (H-41-18) (ID #14000) $30.00.
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  121. Eisner, Jack. THE SURVIVOR. New York: William Morrow, 1980. Cloth; 8vo. 320 pages. First edition. Illustrated with photographic plates. Frontispiece map of Warsaw ghetto; other maps throughout text. Includes bibliographical references and index. The author's gripping account of the fall of Poland to Hitler's Nazis, and his life under Nazi occupation, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, the Concentration Camps, and on his death march when he was rescued by liberating American troops. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Personal narratives. Jews -- Persecutions -- Poland. Poland -- Ethnic relations. Very good condition in good dust jacket. (H-35-11) (ID #14251) $30.00.
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  123. Kermisz, Josef. דער אויפשטאנד אין ווארשעווער געטאָ : 19-טער אפריל--16-טער מאי 1943 DER OYFSHTAND IN VARSHEVER GETO: 19 TER APRIL-16 TER MAI 1943. Buenos Aires, Tsentral-Farband Fun Poylishe Yidn in Argentine, 1948. 8vo; 159 pages; 21 cm. Cover Photo. Also, includes some photos. Part of the series: "Dos Poylishe Yidntum," #30. Includes index. Text in Yiddish. Includes added transliterated title page: "Der ojfsztand in Warszewer geto (El levantamiento del getto de Varsovia). " The US Holocaust Memorial Museum houses their copy of this book in their Rare Book Collection.Very Good Condition (H-40-11) (ID #13959) $30.00.
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  125. Markish, Peretz. טראָט פון דוירעס : ראָמאן TROT FUN DOYRES: ROMAN. Moskve: Sovetski Pisatel, 1966. Cloth, 8vo, 689 pages. 21 cm. In Yiddish. Includes frontis portrait Fiction. In Yiddish. Soviet Yiddish Novel of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. SUBJECT(S): Yiddish literature. Photo endpapers. Light dampstains to paper, Good Condition. (H-40) (ID #13974) $40.00.
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  127. Schwarzbart, Isaac I. THE STORY OF THE WARSAW GHETTO UPRISING: ITS MEANING AND MESSAGE. New York: World Jewish Congress Organization Department, 1953. Wrappers; 8vo. 23 pages. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Warsaw. Jews -- Poland -- Warsaw. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jewish resistance -- Poland -- Warsaw. Warsaw (Poland) -- History -- Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943. Pages brown. Some marks in pen and soil on cover; otherwise, good condition. (H-35-8) (ID #14256) $30.00.
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  129. Shner-Nishmit, Sara. מאבקו של הגיטו MA'AVAKO SHEL HA-GETO. Lohamei ha-Getta'ot: Bet Lohame ha-Geta'ot; Tel-Aviv: ha-Kibuts ha-Me'uhad, 1972. Cloth, 8vo, 200 pages. Includes illustrations, facsimiles, fold-out map, portraits, etc. 22 cm. In Hebrew. Memoir of Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Underground movements -- Jews. Geographic: Warsaw (Poland) -- History -- Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943. Very Good Condition. (H-40-7) (ID #13972) $50.00.
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  131. Asscher, A., L. H. Sarlouis, J. J. Buskes Et Al. VREDE OVER ISRAËL, TOESPRAKEN GEHOUDEN OP 19 SEPTEMBER 1935 IN DE APOLLOHAL TE AMSTERDAM, IN DE PROTESTVERGADERING TEGEN DE ONTRECHTING DER JODEN IN DUITSCHLAND. Amsterdam, Uitgave N. V. Boekhandel W. Ten Have, 1935. 1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, Large 8vo, 36 pages. In the original Dutch. Title translates as: “Peace for Israel: Talks Held on 19 September 1935 in the Apollo Amsterdam, The Protest Meeting Against Disenfranchisement of the Jews In Germany. ” Very interesting report of the Meeting of the `Comité voor Bijzondere Joodsche Belangen, ’ protesting against current anti-Jewish repression in Germany which would soon, unbeknownst to them, come to the Netherlands as well. Wrappred, toned, Very Good Condition. (holo2-125-39) (ID #36067) $40.00.
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  133. Brand, Joel. DESPERATE MISSION: JOEL BRAND'S STORY. New York: Criterion Books, 1958. Cloth, 8vo, x, 310 pages, 22 cm. Uniform title Geschichte von Joel Brand. Includes index. Illustrated end papers. Subject: Brand, Joel, -- 1906-. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Rescue. Added author Weissberg-Cybulski, Alexander, 1901-1964. Translated from the German by Constantine FitzGibbon and Andrew Foster-Melliar. Bookplate, stamps on title page, tears to rear endpaper, Good condition. (H-40-8) (ID #13960) $30.00.
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  135. Eckman, Lester; Chaim Lazar. THE JEWISH RESISTANCE: THE HISTORY OF THE JEWISH PARTISANS IN LITHUANIA AND WHITE RUSSIA DURING THE NAZI OCCUPATION, 1940-1945. New York; Shengold Publishers, 1977. Original Boards in original dust jacket. 8vo. 282 pages. 25 cm. Illustrated First edition. Frontispiece black and white photograph of award ceremony for partisan commander Tuvia Belsky. Many black and white portraits of partisans and two reproductions of resistance documents. “’The Jewish Resistance’ is the fruit of several years work by Dr. Lester Eckman and Chaim Lazar. All facts have been documented, both in the United States and in Israel. The book includes articles by the partisans themselves, eyewitness accounts of the heroism that took place time and time again during the war. […] Lester Eckman was born in Vilna, Poland. During the Second World War, he lived under Nazism and Communism. Together with his family he was exiled to Siberia where they lived for five years. […] Chaim Lazar was a leader of the ghetto resistance fighters who waged guerilla warfare in the forest of Lithuania and White Russia. After the Second World War he was very active in the organization of Jewish survivors of the Holocaust and was instrumental in arranging their ‘illegal’ immigration to the Land of Israel during the British Mandate. ” (Dust jacket) Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 -- Jewish resistance -- Lithuania. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jewish resistance -- Belarus. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Soviet Union. Jews -- Persecutions -- Soviet Union. Very good condition in Very Good Jacket. (HOLO2-107-33) (ID #35927) $40.00.
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  137. Farbstein, David. DAS "EDIKT VON KONSTANTINOPEL". Zürich, Lokalkomitee Zürich Des Schweizerischen Israelitischen Gemeindebundes, 1935. 1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 16 pages. Nazi-era Swiss-Jewish defense of Judaism against a recent Antisemitic attack in the Swiss press. Farbstein critiques hundreds of years of Christian antisemitism as counter to the messages of the Bible. Interesting. OCLC lists 18 copies worldwide, most of them in Germany and Switzerland, and none in New York. Very Good Condition (holo2-125-40) (ID #36068) $75.00.
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  139. Gutman, Yisrael and Livia Rothkirchen, editors. THE CATASTROPHE OF EUROPEAN JEWRY: ANTECEDENTS-HISTORY-REFLECTIONS: SELECTED PAPERS. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1976. Cloth; 8vo. X, 757 pages. Chronological Table of Events 1933-1945, Index of Names, Index of Places, and Acknowledgements at back. Not in MBAJ. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Antisemitism -- Germany. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jewish resistance. Holocauste, 1939-1945. Antisémitisme -- Allemagne. Guerre mondiale, 939-1945 -- Mouvements de résistance -- Juifs. Owner inscribed, with a bit of edgewear; slight yellowing to pages; otherwise, excellent condition. (H-30-3) (ID #14119) $30.00.
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  141. Hodes, Leivick. TSU IZ NOYTIK A YIDSHE ARMEY?. New York: Farlag Medem-Klub, 1942. 1st edition. Paper Wrappers, 39 pages. 21 cm. In Yiddish. Series: Bibliotek "Unzer tsayt," No. 1. Holocaust-era call for a Jewish Brigade in WW II to fight the Nazis. OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (Brandeis, Harvard (none outside the Boston area). SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Politics and government. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Great Britain. Army. Jewish Brigade. Few chips to covers, Good Condition. (H-41-7) (ID #14008) $125.00.
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  143. Irgun nekhe ha-milhamah ba-Natsim. מול האויב הנאצי : לוחמים מספרים, 1939־1945 MUL HA-OYEV HA-NATSI: LOHAMIM MESAPRIM, 1939-1945. VOL. I ONLY (OF 2). Tel Aviv: [Hotsa'at ha-sifriyah Y.L. Perets],1961. Cloth, 8vo, 504 pages. Includes 35 pages of plates, mostly of photos. In Hebrew. Face to face with the Nazi enemy. Published by the Association of War Invalids Against Nazism. SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. World War, 1939-1945 -- Underground movements. Some worming to margins. Good Condition. (H-42-16) (ID #14052) $30.00.
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  145. Kaczerginski, S. איך בין געװען א פארטיזאן :‏ (‏די גרינע לעגענדע) /‏ IKH BIN GEVEN A PARTIZAN (DI GRINE LEGENDE). Complete in 2 volumes. Buenos Aires, Angel Gallardo, 1952. 1st edition. Original Cloth, 8vo, 387 pages. In Yiddish. Not in Robinson & Friedman nor Wolff. Jewish partisan's memoirs of resistance against the Nazis in Poland. Illustrated with many photographs throughout. Kaczerginski (1908–1954) was a “Yiddish writer and cultural activist. Born in Vilna to a poor family and educated at that city’s Talmud Torah, Shmerke (Pol., Szmerke) Kaczerginski lost both his parents during World War I. As a youth, he was involved with outlawed Communist groups and was arrested several times, serving a lengthy prison term. In the 1930s, two of his revolutionary poems became popular in Poland. He wrote short stories with a radical bent and was a correspondent and reporter for literary publications, including the semilegal leftist press in Poland and the New York Communist daily Morgn-frayhayt. Kaczerginski played a key role in shaping the writers’ and artists’ group Yung-Vilne; he organized its evening events and was the de facto publisher of its three miscellanies between 1934 and 1936. During the period of Soviet control over Lithuania in 1940–1941, he was even more active in the field of Yiddish culture, but at the same time experienced his first disappointments with the attitude of the Soviet regime toward Jewish culture. During the first period of Nazi occupation, Kaczerginski wandered through villages and towns posing as a deaf mute; after many difficulties, he ended up in the Vilna ghetto. Kaczerginski was very involved in the ghetto’s cultural activities. As a leader of its youth club, he wrote its Yugnt-himen (Youth Hymn), a song that immediately became popular. In 1943, he wrote the song “Shtiler, shtiler” in memory of the mass murders committed at Ponar. Set to music that Aleksander Volkoviski (later known as Aleksander Tamir) had submitted to a contest organized by the ghetto, the song was first heard at an evening performance there and over the years became one of the best-known songs of the Holocaust. With Avrom Sutzkever and others, Kaczerginski became part of a group of forced laborers whom the Germans designated to sort Jewish cultural treasures at YIVO and other locations. Known as the Papir-brigade (Paper Brigade), the group’s members risked their lives to hide the most significant items, smuggling them back into the ghetto or entrusting them to non-Jewish acquaintances. Kaczerginski was a member of the Fareynikte Partizaner Organizatsye (United Partisans Organization; FPO), and, since YIVO’s building was located outside the ghetto walls, he took part in smuggling weapons into the ghetto. In September 1943, Kaczerginski, along with Avrom and Freydke Sutzkever and other members of the FPO, escaped from the Vilna ghetto as part of an organized group of fighters just before its liquidation. They joined a Soviet partisan unit in the Naroch Forests, where Kaczerginski fought as a partisan until liberation in July 1944. Kaczerginski’s books describe the destruction of Vilna, the partisan struggle, and his own experiences during the Holocaust period: Khurbn Vilne (The Destruction of Vilna; 1947), Partizaner geyen (Partisans on the Move; 1947), and Ikh bin geven a partizan (I Was a Partisan; 1952)” (YIVO, 2010). Wear to binding on volume one, pages tanned. Good condition. (MX-34-26) (H-41-24) (ID #14037) $75.00.
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  147. Lauritzen, I. C. SABOTAGEN I DANMARKS MODSTANDSKAMP. København: Forlaget Fremad, 1945. 1st edition. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 106 pages. Includes maps. 24 cm. In Danish. SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Denmark. Geographic: Denmark -- History -- German occupation, 1940-1945. Some stains to covers, Very Good Condition. (H-41-9) (ID #14018) $40.00.
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  149. Nederlandsche Beweging Voor Eenheid Door Democratie. WEEST OP UW HOEDE! FEITEN EN GEGEVENS OVER DOEL EN STREVEN DER N.S.B. VERZAMELD DOOR DEN PERSDIENST DER NEDERLANDSCHE BEWEGING VOOR EENHEID DOOR DEMOCRATIE. No place (Utrecht), Nederlandsche Beweging Voor Eenheid Door Democratie, no date (1937). Wrappers; 8vo. 58 pages. Dutch Antifascist pamphlet. E. D. D. -Serie. No. 4. Second edition. In Dutch. Contains much material on anti-Semitism. "Facts and data concerning the goals of the N. S. B. Collected by the press service of the Dutch movement for Unity and Democracy. " Very good condition. (H-35-7) (ID #14264) $125.00.
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  151. Neustadt, Meilech. CHURBN UN AUFSHTAND FUN DI YIDN IN VARSHA. 2 VOLUMES COMPLETE. Tel Aviv, Fed Jewish Labor in Palestine, 1948. 1st Yiddish edition, first edition with biographical directory (Vol II). Original Cloth, Large 8vo, 719 pages. "The epic of the Jews in Warsaw. A collection of reports and biographical sketches of the fallen. " Robinson & Friedman # 2003 Vol II serves as a biographical dictionary of the fighters. This first Yiddish edition of Volume I is an expansion and revision of the two Hebrew editions published in 1946 & 1947. An important work in its most desireable edition. Very Good Condition. (H-43-5) (ID #14084) $60.00.
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  153. Prager, Mosheh. ELEH SHE-LO NIKHNE`U: KOROT TENU`AT MERI HASIDIT BA-GETA'OT. Bene Berak, Netsah, 1962-63. 22 cm. Complete in 2 volumes, bound together. Many photos. In the original Hebrew. Those who never yielded: the History of the Chassidic Rebel Movement in the Ghettoes of German-Occupied Poland. Subjects: Jews--Persecutions--Poland. Hasidim--Poland. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) --Poland. World War, 1939-1945--Jewish resistance--Poland. Poland--Ethnic relations. Very Good Condition in Very Good Jacket. (H-41-22) (ID #13995) $50.00.
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  155. Raisky, A.; & Union des juifs pour la résistance et l'entraide. דאָס וואָרט פון ווידערשטאנד און זיג : זאמלונג פון אונטערערדישע צייטונגען אויפרופן און בראָשורן, ארויסגעגעבן דורך די יידישע פראָגרעסיווע ווידערשטאנד-אָרגאניזאציעס אין פראנקרייך אין דער צייט פון דער נאצישער אָקופאציע 1940-1944 DOS VORT FUN VIDERSHTAND UN ZIG: ZAMLUNG FUN UNTERERDISHE TSAYTUNGEN, OYFPRUFN UN BROSHURN, AROYSGEGEBN DURKH DI YIDISHE PROGRESIVE VIDERSHTAND-ORGANIZATSYES IN FRANKRAYKH IN DER TSAYT FUN DER NATSISHER OKUPATSYE 1940-1944. Pariz: Oyfsnay, 1949. Cloth, 4to, 266 pages. 29 cm. In Yiddish. An amazing collection, published here entirely in facsimile, of Yiddish newspapers and documents published secretly in France during the German occupation 1940-1944. It feels like you are reading the actual newspapers, hot off the secret press. Published by the documentation-centre of the Jewish Society for Resistance and Social Support. SUBJECT(S) : World War, 1939-1945 -- Underground literature. World War, 1939-1945 -- Underground movements -- France. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jewish resistance. Press -- France. Rebound in cloth, with original cover mounted on front. Good Condition. (H-42-15) (ID #14065) $80.00.
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  157. Rolland, Romain. LETTRES DE ROMAIN ROLLAND A UN COMBATTANT DE LA RÉSISTANCE. Paris: L. Rodstein, 1947. Wrappers; 12mo. 41 pages. In French. Series: Centre de documentation auprès de l'U. J. R. E.; Walach, Elie, 1921-1942 -- Correspondence. Lettres adressées à un jeune résistant juif, ouvrier et poète, Elie Walach. Préface de Marie Romain Rolland. Pages still uncut. Spine starting to chip; browning; upper corner of back cover is bent. Good condition. (H-34-8) (ID #14238) $75.00.
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  159. Segev, Zohar. THE WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS DURING THE HOLOCAUST: BETWEEN ACTIVISM AND RESTRAINT. Berlin: Walter De Gruyter, 2014. 1st edition. Text in English, German. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 240 pages Contains: Illustrations, black & white. New Perspectives on Modern Jewish History, 7. New Condition. (holo2-125-43) (ID #36071) $85.00.
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  161. Silber, David; Schreiber, Nava; Tamir, Jacob. HA-GESHER HA-HAI: MIFGASH HA-MITNADVIM HA-ERETSYISRE'ELIM `IM SHE'ERIT HA-PELETAH / THE LIVING BRIDGE: THE MEETING OF THE VOLUNTEERS FROM ERETZ ISRAEL WITH THE HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS. Tel Aviv: Bet ha-tefutsot `al shem Nahum Goldman, 1983. Paper Wrappers, Oblong 8vo, [92] pages. Loaded with illustrations and facsimiles, all dealing with rescue and resistance. 22 x 24 cm. In Hebrew and English. LCCN: 85-128482 Title on added title page: "The living bridge. Catalog of an exhibition held at Bet ha-tefutsot `al shem Nahum Golman, Tel Aviv." SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Rescue -- Exhibitions. Jewish soldiers -- Palestine -- Exhibitions. Holocaust survivors -- Exhibitions. Refugees, Jewish -- Exhibitions. Named Corp: Great Britain. Army. Jewish Brigade -- History -- Exhibitions. Geographic: Palestine -- Politics and government -- 1917-1948 -- Exhibitions. Very Good Condition. (H-40-16) (ID #13968) $50.00.
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  163. Steinberg, Lucien. NOT AS A LAMB: THE JEWS AGAINST HITLER. [Farnborough, Eng.] Saxon House 1974. Cloth, 8vo, ix, 358 p. 24 cm. LCCN: 73-10623. Translation of La révolte des justes. Bibliography: p. 340-348. SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Jewish resistance. Very Good Condition in Very Good Jacket. (H-43-13) (ID #14105) $30.00.
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  165. Union Des Juifs Pour La Résistance Et L'Entraide. LA PRESSE ANTIRACISTE SOUS L'OCCUPATION HITLÉRIENNE; RECUEIL DE JOURNAUX, TRACTS, APPELS, PROCLAMATIONS ET BROCHURES ÉDITÉS PAR LES ORGANISATIONS JUIVES DE LA RÉSISTANCE ET DIVERS AUTRES MOUVEMENTS PENDANT L'OCCUPATION DE LA FRANCE, DE 1940 À 1944.... Paris: Edité Par Le Centre De Documentation De L'Union Des Juifs Pour La Résistance Et L'Entr'aide, 1950. 1st edition. Original Colored Paper Wrappers, 4to, 328 pages. 29 cm. In French. Title translates as: “The Anti-Racist Press Under Nazi Occupation; A Collection Of Newspapers, Tracts, Appeals, Proclamations and Brochures Published by Jewish Organizations of Resistance and Various Other Movements During The Occupation Of France, 1940 to 1944...” Page after page of facsimiles of original underground Jewish newspapers from the Holocaust period in France. SUBJECT (S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Press coverage -- France. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jewish resistance -- Underground literature -- Journalism, Clandestine, etc. -- Jews. OCLC/Worldcat lists 23 copies worldwide. Light wear to wrappers, Very Good Condition. Scarce and important. (holo2-125-32) (ID #36059) $450.00.
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  167. World Jewish congress (1st: 1936: Geneva, Switzerland). PROTOCOLE DU PREMIER CONGRÈS JUIF, MONDIAL, GENÈVE, 8-15 AOUT 1936. Genève, New York [etc.] Edité par le Comité exécutif du Congrès juif mondial 1936. Cloth, 4to, xi, 443 pages. 25 cm. Includes transcripts of the speeches given at the founding of the World Jewish Congress in Geneva in August, 1936. Most are in French or German, with a few in English, including that of the first president of the organization -- Rabbi Stephen Wise. "Rectification": inserted. SUBJECT(S): Jewish question -- Congresses. Ex-library with minimal marks (none on covers or spine), Otherwise Very Good Condition. (H-43-14) (ID #14092) $50.00.
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  169. Szner, Zvi, editor. EXTERMINATION AND RESISTANCE: HISTORICAL RECORDS AND SOURCE MATERIAL. VOLUME I (ONLY ONE PUBLISHED? ). Haifa, Ghetto Fighters' House, 1958. 8vo; 196 pages pages; First English publication of Beit Lohamei ha-Getta'ot in memory of Yitzhak Katznelson. Contents include: In the Financial Department of the Judenrat, Jewish Medical Resistance during the Catastrophe, Beginnings of the Jewish Partisan Movement in the Kaunas Ghetto, The jewish Underground in Auschwitz, on "Hehalutz" Resistance in Hungary, The "Hehalutz" Underground in Holland During the Nazi Occupation, Jewish Partisans in Yugoslavia, etc. A great collection of essays. Lacks flimsy front cover, as often found; bit of edgewear to title page. Otherwise Good Condition. (H-41-14) (ID #14035) $30.00.
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  171. National Jewish Welfare Board.; Greater New York Army & Navy Committee. GREATER NEW YORK ARMY & NAVY COMMITTEE OF THE JEWISH WELFARE BOARD: IN SERVICE FOR THE SERVICES. New York, JWB,. early 1940s. 1st edition. Original illustrated paper wrappers, 4to (magazine size) 24 unnumbered pages. Printed on glossy paper and loaded with black and white photos of Jewish servicemen at different social events. 28 cm. WWII-era photo-publication promoting the social events and services provided by the JWB for Jewish servicemen. Photos of Jewish GIs at USOs, getting info, at libraries, signing in choruses, playing cards, playing ping pong, playing pool, eating meals, working on puzzles, with celebrities, taking dancing lessons, listening to “professional entertainers” square dancing, conga dancing, getting their portraits painted, participating in religious services, receiving books and magazines, receiving victory kits, watching movies, playing guitar, etc. Audience for this publication was certainly Jewish GI’s, as nearly every photo shows both GIs and attractive young women! Includes printed letter introducing the publication, from chairman Ralph E. Saumel, laid in, dated March 25, 1943, which had been stapled to front cover (staple still in corner of cover) SUBJECT(S): Jews -- New York (State) -- New York -- Societies, etc. Jewish soldiers. World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Jewish. OCLC/Worldcat lists only 1 copy worldwide (Balch), which, apparently, lacks the laid in letter. Light wear, a beautiful copy of a gorgeous illustrated period piece. (kh-3-2) (ID #35981) $500.00.
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  173. Fredman, J. George (Joseph George) & Louis Austin Falk. JEWS IN AMERICAN WARS. New York, Jewish War Veterans Ofthe US, 1943. 8vo; 118 pages; Holocaust-era publication aimed at building pride among Jews and respect among others by showing the patriotic role of Jews in American military history. Very Good History (H-40-18) (ID #13962) $30.00.
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  175. Lev, Aryeh. A MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR THE JEWISH WAR DEAD. New York, N. Y.; Division Of Religious Activities, National Jewish Welfare Board, [1940s]. Original Wraps. 8vo. [1], 11 pages. 23 cm. First edition. In English, with prayers in Hebrew, with French and German translation. “This pamphlet has been prepared to fulfill the requests made by chaplains and rabbis for a suggested Memorial Service for our Jewish war dead buried here and overseas. French and German editions are also being made available for the use of rabbis in France and the Low countries who will be conducting memorial services at the permanently established military cemeteries in those countries. … The service is based upon the pamphlet 'Ministering to the Jews in the Armed forces of the United States, ' prepared by the undersigned and published by the JWB in 1942.” - p. [1]. Contains memorial servive for the dead, with opening prayers, selections from Psalms, Concluding Service, Memorial Roll Call (with several blank spaces; the Service is designed for the laying to rest of several war dead), Mourner's Kaddish, and Substitute Psalm. Subjects: Memorial service. Judaism - Liturgy - Texts. Judaism - Liturgy. Memorial service. OCLC lists 2 copies (HUC, JTSA). Wraps bumped, light wear throughout, overall clean and fresh. Very good condition. (AMR-46-16) (ID #35674) $200.00.
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  177. Schochet, Simon. AN ATTEMPT TO IDENTIFY THE POLISH-JEWISH OFFICERS WHO WERE PRISONERS IN KATYN. New York: Yeshiva University, 1989. Wrappers; small 8vo. 20 pages. Contains endnotes and one chart. Text on cover: "Working Papers in Holocaust Studies II/ Holocaust Studies Program/ Yeshiva University/ March, 1989." Katyn Massacre, Katyn', Russia, 1940. World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Katyn Forest. A product of the Institute on research and teaching of the Holocaust held at Yeshiva University in the summers of 1986 and 1987. Includes bibliographical references. Slight browning; very good condition. (H-34-3) (ID #14232) $35.00.
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    THE AMERICAN RESPONSE

     

     

  179. American Jewish Conference. AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE; A STATEMENT OF THE ORGANIZATION OF THE CONFERENCE AND A SUMMARY OF RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED AT THE FIRST SESSION HELD IN NEW YORK CITY, AUGUST 29 TO SEPTEMBER 2, 1943. New York, N. Y.; American Jewish Conference, 1943. Original Wraps. 8vo. 31, [1] pages. 22 cm. First edition. American Jewish Conference; a statement of the organization of the conference and a summary of resolutions adopted at the first session held in New York City, August 29 to September 2, 1943. Conference report and resolutions of the 1943 American Jewish Conference, from which the American Jewish Committee withdrew (as noted on pg 4). Contains resolutions on the rescue of European Jewry, Palestine, and post-war reconstruction. Subjects: Jews - United States - Congresses. Jews. Conference proceedings. United States. OCLC lists 12 copies. Light wear to wraps, some edge tears to corner of wraps, otherwise clean. Good condition. (ZION-6-32) (ID #35558) $100.00.
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  181. American Jewish Conference. Interim Committee. STATEMENT OF THE AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE ON THE WITHDRAWAL OF THE AMERICAN JEWISH COMMITTEE: ADOPTED BY THE INTERIM COMMITTEE OF THE AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE, NOVEMBER 7TH, 1943. New York City; American Jewish Conference, 1943. Original Wraps. 8vo. 15 pages. 23 cm. First edition. “Confidential Congress Report. ” Confidential statement of the American Jewish Conference on the withdrawal of the American Jewish Committee: adopted by the Interim Committee of the American Jewish Conference, November 7th, 1943. Statement of the “unanimous decision of the Interim Committee to challenge the action of the American Jewish Committee in withdrawing from the American Jewish Conference and thereby attempting to undermine Jewish unity at the hour of its greatest need”. - Confidential Congress Report, American Jewish Congress, November 1943. The reason for withdrawal was the schism over the centrality of the establishment of a Jewish state in Palestine above other issues of concern—including aid to refugees from Europe and political work to push the US on involvement in Europe. Subjects: Zionism. World War, 1939-1945 - Jews. Jews. Zionism. American Jewish Committee. American Jewish Conference. OCLC lists 4 copies (Harvard, HUC, USHMM, Brandeis). Previously folded down center, light soiling to wraps, otherwise clean. Good + condition. (ZION-6-9) (ID #35534) $70.00.
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  183. Duker, Abraham G. JEWISH SURVIVAL IN THE WORLD TODAY. Complete in 10 parts. New York: Hadassah, 1941. Paper Wrappers, 4to, 37, 49, 29, 51, 34, 79, 86, 88, 101, 88 pages (642 pages total). 26 cm. Comprised of 2 related sets: Hadassah Education Series & Hadssah Education Series Sourcebook. Series: Hadassah education series. Includes bibliographical references. Interesting set of program booklets for adult education of American Jews during the Holocaust. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Politics and government. Jews -- Social conditions. Jewish question. Jews -- History -- 70- -- Sources. Light wear, Very Good Condition. (H-41-15) (ID #14016) $225.00.
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  185. Newman, Louis I. BITING ON GRANITE: SELECTED SERMONS AND ADDRESSES. New York: Bloch, 1946. Cloth; 8vo. Xi, 436 pages. Covers various topics such as assimilation, Zionism, the Holocaust, World War II, etc. Includes prayers for D-Day, VE Day and VJ Day. Some Hebrew text in the prayers. Owner's stamp on flyleaf. Very good condition. (H-35-1) (ID #14254) $30.00.
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  187. Taub, Allan. CITIZENSHIP AND DEPORTATION,. [New York]: Jewish Peoples Committee, [1940]. 1st edition. Stapled sheets, Five leaves, 8.5x11 inches. Mimeographed on one side only, staples in the upper left corner. “Written in June 1940 prepared by Allan Taub, member of the New York Bar for the Jewish Peoples Committee. ” Basic legal advice “in the present war hysteria” for non-citizens who may fear reprisals or worse, advising them to apply for citizenship, and giving them tips about how to handle legal situations and a basic primer of their legal rights. Given that the Jewish People’s Committee was communist led, the intended target audience for this would have been left-wing immigrants. Light wear, Very Good Condition. (holo2-125-34) (ID #36060) $100.00.
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    THE ZIONIST RESPONSE

     

     

  189. Frankenstein, Ernst. JUSTICE FOR MY PEOPLE: THE JEWISH CASE. London: Nicholson & Watson, 1943. Cloth; 12mo. 185, vii pages. Discusses the plight of the Jews and the need for the State of Israel. The author brings forceful arguments in support of the Jewish legal, political and moral claim to Palestine, while his ethical principal of the minor suffering clarifies the Arab problem. With chapters on "Outlines Of Jewish History"; "The Claim To Palestine"; and "The Diaspora". Bibliographical foot-notes. Jewish question. Zionism. Spine sunned. Owner's stamp and inscription on inside front cover and flyleaf. Good condition. (H-33-1) (ID #14197) $30.00.
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  191. Han, Enoch. THE PROPHECY CONCERNING THE RESTORATION OF JEWISH NATION. Seoul, The Everlasting Gospel Association, 1947. 1st edition. Original paper wrappers, 8vo, 12 pages. Scarce statehood-era Philosemitic Evangelical Korean pamphlet detailing scriptural prophesy on the reestablishement of a Jewish state in Palestine. The author even reproduces an article appearing in the German Language exile newspaper, the Shanghai Echo, from earlier that year, to buttress his case. Neat! Translation of a chapter of The everlasting Gospel, from the original Korean. OCLC/Worldcat lists 15 copies worldwide. Very good condition. (zion-9-3) (ID #35950) $125.00.
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  193. Jewish Agency For Palestine. MEMORANDUM SUBMITTED TO THE ANGLO-AMERICAN COMMITTEE OF INQUIRY BY THE JEWISH AGENCY FOR PALESTINE. Jerusalem, Jewish Agency for Palestine, 1946. 1st edition. Original Gray and white paper Wrappers, 8vo; 51, [1] pages; 23 cm. Important document from immediate post-Holocaust efforts to establish the State of Israel. Jewish institutional stamp on cover, light wear, Very Good Condition. (zion-9-4) (ID #35951) $40.00.
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  195. Meyers, Leo. OORLOG EN JODEN: EEN KREET OM RECHT VOOR HET IMMER VERVOLGDE VOLK. Amsterdam: Joachimsthal, 1946. Cloth, 8vo, 102 pages, 19 cm. In the original Dutch. Title translates as: "War and the Jews: A Cry for Justice for the Ever-Persecuted People." Subjects: Jews. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. Pages browning. Good condition. (H-28-1) (ID #12502) $30.00.
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  197. Silver, Abba Hillel. A YEAR'S ADVANCE: A POLITICAL REPORT SUBMITTED TO THE CONVENTION OF THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA IN ATLANTIC CITY, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1944. New York; American Zionist Emergency Council, 1944. Original Wraps. 4to. [13] pages. 28 cm. First edition. Holocaust-era report by Abba Hillel Silver, chairman, Executive Committee American Zionist Emergency Council. Report delivered to the 7th annual convention of the Zionist Organization of America. Discusses the white paper in Palestine, American Jewry, Zionism as an answer to the refugee problem, Roosevelt and the Palestine Plank of the Democratic Party, United Nations and Palestine, and hostile anti-zionists. Subjects: Zionism. Zionism - United States. Palestine - Politics and government - 1917-1948. Palestine - Emigration and immigration. Zionist Organization of America. OCLC lists 4 copies (Spertus, Harvard, Natl Libr Israel, Ben Gurion), none in New York. Previously folded down center, light soiling to wraps, otherwise clean. Very good condition. (ZION-6-33) (ID #35559) $100.00.
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  199. Zionist Organization Of America. THE ZIONIST MOVEMENT: ITS ASPIRATIONS, AIMS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS. New York: Zionist Organization Of America, 1939. Original Wraps. 8vo. 15 pages. 21 cm. First edition. Issued the year after Kristallnacht by the Zionist Organization of America. Political primer for the American Zionist movement; updated, extended, and rewritten version of 'Zionism: Its Aspirations, Aims and Accomplishments' issued in 1938. Subjects: Zionism - History. Propaganda, Zionist - United States - 20th century. Zionism. OCLC lists 5 copies (Harvard, Princeton, Fuller Theol Sem, Spertus, Johns Hopkins). Wraps lightly soiled, otherwise clean. Very good condition. (ZION-7-5) (ID #35582) $100.00.
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    REFUGEES AND SURVIVORS IN ERETZ ISRAEL

     

     

  201. (Illustrated) Palestine Committee For Bet Sereni; Chaim Weizmann; Eliezer Gravitzki. ENZO SERENI: PALESTINE WILL NOT FORGET. New York; Palestine Committee For Bet Sereni, [1945-1947]. Original Wraps. 4to. [4] pages. 28 cm. First edition. Brochure for the Sereni Institute, Bet Sereni, to be established in Givat Brenner, a kibbutz in central Israel. Contains four illustrations, including front wrap portrait of Enzo Sereni, and a photograph of Dr. Weizmann laying the cornerstone of Bet Sereni. Printed in blue ink throughout. Enzo Hayyim Sereni (1905–1944), Italian pioneer in Palestine, labor leader, writer, and one of the Haganah emissaries parachuted into Europe during World War II. Subjects: Sereni, Enzo, 1905-1944. Sereni Institute. OCLC lists 1 copy (Harvard). Light edge wear, previously folded in three, otherwise clean. Very good condition. Rare. (ZION-6-26) (ID #35552) $125.00.
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  203. (Illustrated) United Palestine Appeal. GRAPHIC FACTS ON JEWISH NATIONAL REBUILDING ACHIEVEMENTS IN PALESTINE. New York; United Palestine Appeal, 1936. Original Wraps. 4to. [13] pages. 28 cm. First edition. Nazi-era booklet containing ten illustrated color charts, graphs, and maps. Charts demonstrate economic and demographic statistics, including chart detailing distribution of refugees from Germany worldwide. Subjects: Jews in Palestine – History. Jews. Jews - Restoration. Middle East - Palestine. OCLC lists 6 copies. Previous owners signature on front wrap. Lightly soiled wraps, otherwise clean. Good + condition. (ZION-7-44) (ID #35622) $250.00.
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  205. [Henrietta Szold] Jewish Agency For Israel. Youth Aliyah Department.; Zionist Congress. 22nd, Basel, 1946. REPORT OF CHILD AND YOUTH ALIYAH TO THE 22ND ZIONIST CONGRESS AT BASLE. Jerusalem; Jewish Agency For Israel, 1946. Original Wraps. 8vo. 54 pages. 25 cm. First edition. "Report on Youth Aliyah for the period 1939-1946." Published by the Child and Youth Immigration Bureau under the Agency's earlier name: Jewish Agency for Palestine. Cover title: Let facts speak for Youth Aliyah. Report of Youth Aliyah for the years 1939-1945, profusely illustrated, with maps, graphs, charts; documents assistance given to refugee children in Palestine during the holocaust period. With frontispiece of Henrietta Szold, dedicated to her memory. Subjects: Jewish Agency for Israel. Youth Aliyah Department. OCLC lists 8 copies. Institutional marks in red pencil on front wrap, otherwise clean throughout. Good + condition. (ZION-7-14) (ID #35591) $135.00.
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  207. Baeck, Leo. TWO SERIES OF LECTURES BY DR. LEO BAECK. THE INTERRELATIONS OF JUDAISM, SCIENCE, PHILOSOPHY AND ETHICS; JUDAISM, THE JEW AND THE STATE OF ISRAEL. New York City; Congregation Emanuel, 1950. Original Wraps. 8vo. 47 pages. 25 cm. First edition. Lectures delivered in Dec. 1949 and March 1950 at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Two series of lectures by Dr. Leo Baeck. “The interrelations of Judaism, science, philosophy and ethics". The Dr. Samuel Schulman lectures... Cincinnati, Doc. 13-15, 1949. "Judaism, the Jew and the State of Israel". The Dr. Nathan Krass lectures... New York, March 27-29, 1950. Subjects: Leo Baeck. Judaism. State of Israel. Judaism and Science. Judaism and Philosophy. Judaism and Ethics. OCLC lists 15 copies. Wraps lightly worn, Good + condition (GER-45-18) (ID #33824) $30.00.
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  209. Bergson, Peter H.; Chaim Weizmann. A BLUEPRINT FOR HEBREW FREEDOM; A LETTER FROM PETER H. BERGSON TO DR. CH. WEIZMANN. New York; American League For A Free Palestine, 1945. Original Wraps. 8vo. 16 pages. 23 cm. First edition. Letter from Peter H. Bergson (Hillel Kook) to Weizmann, dated April 2nd, 1945. Published letter regarding the Jews and antisemitism in the aftermath of the Holocaust; the difficulties being encountered by Jews when trying to emigrate to Palestine; the proposal of a"Jewish Commonwealth" and the role of Zionism; and proposals to establish a successful Jewish community. Contains harsh words for Weizmann, demanding he no longer accept the status quo. Hillel Kook (1915-2001), a Revisionist-Zionist, was sent by Jabotinsky in 1940 to the US to lobby and fundraise; he used the pseudonym Peter H. Bergson during this period. “In 1943–44, Bergson established the American League for Free Palestine, to rally American public support for Jewish statehood, and the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation, to serve as a government-in-exile for the future Jewish state. Through newspaper ads, Congressional lobbying, and theatrical productions, they sought to increase the pressure on the British to withdraw from Palestine. ” - EJ 2008. Subjects: Zionism. Weizmann, Chaim, 1874-1952. Revionist-Zionists – Hillel Kook. OCLC lists 3 copies (Harvard, HUC, Natl Libr Israel), none in New York. Three hole punch on the side, affecting some text. Otherwise clean. Good + condition. Important. (ZION-6-27) (ID #35553) $275.00.
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  211. Dickenstein, Abraham. PALESTINE UNDER A WAR ECONOMY. New York; Jewish Frontier, 1939. Original Wraps. 8vo. [8] pages. 23 cm. First separate edition. Holocaust-era report by Abraham Dickenstein, American Representative of the Palestine Workers' Bank. Offers a breakdown of the current composition of the economy in Palestine, an analysis of current import/export rates and the effects of a war with Italy on the side of Germany (hence shipping being affected in the Mediterranean) will have, and the measures to be taken to guarantee provisions and necessities and room for expansion and refugees in the event of a war economically affecting Palestine. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Economic aspects - Palestine. Economics. Histadrut ha-kelalit shel ha-`ovdim ha-`Ivrim be-Erets-Yisrael. World War (1939-1945). Middle East – Palestine. OCLC lists only 1 copy (Harvard). Light wear to wraps, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (ZION-8-19) (ID #35665) $150.00.
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  213. Jewish Agency For Palestine; United Nations, General Assembly, Special Committee On Palestine. POLITICAL SURVEY, 1946-1947: MEMORANDUM SUBMITTED TO THE UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON PALESTINE. Jerusalem; Jewish Agency For Palestine, 1947. Original Wraps. 8vo. 71 pages. 23 cm. 1st edition. Independence-era memorandum of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, referenced in the relevant UN proceedings concerning immigration and partition in Palestine; a continuation of the political memorandum contained in The Jewish Case before the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, issued Jerusalem, 1947. Contains a survey of the Report of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, the Morrison Scheme, Government action against the Jewish Agency and Jewish Community, Jewish Terrorism and Resistance, the Paris Resolutions, London Conference on Palestine, 22nd Zionist Congress, the Bevin Plan, Recent Developments in Palestine, and Solutions. Subjects: Zionism. Jewish-Arab relations. Jewish-Arab relations. Political science. Zionism. Partition of Palestine (1947) History. Palestine - Politics and government - 1917-1948. Palestine - History - Partition, 1947. Middle East - Palestine. OCLC lists 21 copies. Pages aged, small institutional stamp on front wrap, otherwise clean. Good + condition. (ZION-6-35) (ID #35562) $100.00.
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  215. Lipsky, Louis. A RECORD OF STEWARDSHIP: SIXTEEN YEARS OF PALESTINE FOUNDATION FUND (KEREN HAYESOD). New York; Palestine Foundation Fund, 1937. Original Wraps. 8vo. 15 pages. 22 cm. First edition. Nazi-era brochure on the Keren Hayesod during its first sixteen years of operation. Addresses day to day operations, immigration and settlement assistance, fundraising activities, assistance given to German Jewish refugees, the Hebrew school system and Hebrew renaissance in Palestine. Contains list of expenditures of the Keren Hayesod from 1920 to 1936. Subjects: Zionism. Keren Hayesod. OCLC lists 3 copies (Natl Libr Israel, Harvard, Brandeis), none in the US outside Boston. Light wear to wraps, some pen marks, otherwise Very good condition. (ZION-7-45A) (ID #35624) $100.00.
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  217. Silver, Abba Hillel; Moshe Shertok, & David Ben Gurion. THE JEWISH AGENCY BEFORE THE UNITED NATIONS, MAY 1947.STATEMENTS BY ABBA HILLEL SILVER, MOSHE SHERTOK [AND] DAVID BEN-GURION. New York, American Zionist Emergency Council, 1947. 1st edition. 4to; 20 pages; 25 cm. Pre-statehood mass-oriented collection of staments made at the UN by some of Zionisms heaviest hitters. "We are bringing our homeless and persecuted Jews to our own coungtry and settling them in Jewish towns and villages. There are Arab towns and villages in Palestine....You will not find a single Jewish refugee in any of them" (Ben Gurion). Probably the first seperate publication of these speeches. Very Good Condition. (zion-8-25) (ID #35947) $100.00.
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  219. Zander, Walter. [Leo Baeck & Mahatma Gandhi Content]. IS THIS THE WAY? A CALL TO JEWS. London; V. Gollancz, 1948. Original Wraps. 12mo. 47 pages. 20 cm. First edition. Early statehood publication addresses the problem of both securing the new State of Israel and making proper arrangements, including compensation, for the indigenous Palestinian population. Leo Baeck, former Chief Rabbi of Berlin, commenting on the pamphlet, wrote: ‘I was time and again moved by the courage, the straightforwardness, and the accuracy of your arguments. ’ (noted on cover) The pamphlet led to an invitation from Mahatma Gandhi to participate as the only Jew in a conference on world conflict situations held in India. Walter Zander (1898-1993), lawyer and legal scholar, emigrated from Germany to England as a refugee after Kristallnacht; served as Secretary of the British Friends of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem since 1944. Subjects: Zionism. Political science. Zionism. Palestine - Politics and government. Middle East - Palestine. OCLC lists 27 copies. Light soiling to wraps, faint institutional stamp on verso of title page, otherwise clean and fresh. Good condition. (ZION-6-40) (ID #35567) $125.00.
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  221. Goldschmidt Wyman, Eva. ESCAPING HITLER: A JEWISH HAVEN IN CHILE. Tuscaloosa, University of Alabama Press, 2013. ISBN-13: 9780817318000. Cloth, 8vo, 232 pages. Eva Goldschmidt Wyman, tells her family's story, and that of thousands of others, who escaped from Nazi Germany to Chile in the 1930s and 1940s, a time when the Chilean Nazi party was active in Chile's major institutions. The book is based primarily on interviews with German Jewish refugees, family correspondence, and research in German and Chilean primary sources from the period. It begins with an intimate account of Jews in Germany in the 1930s as conditions for Jews deteriorated. Wyman recounts Kristallnacht in Stuttgart, where her father was principal of the Jewish school, his imprisonment in Dachau, and his release and immigration to Great Britain. Escaping Hitler details her family's escape from Nazi Germany and subsequent life in Chile, providing an intimate look at daily life on the steam ship Conte Grande during the voyage from Italy to Chile in 1939, as well as Nazi espionage and anti-Semitic activity in Chile and the Nazi influence in South America in general. Recounted in an intimate and personal style, Escaping Hitler immerses the reader in an extraordinary chapter of contemporary Jewish history both inside Germany and South America. It is an augmented translation of her earlier work in Spanish, Huyendo del Infierno Nazi: La Inmigración Judio-Alemana hacia Chile en los Años Treinta (Santiago, RIL, 2008). "Escaping Hitler brings new material to the English speaking audience and as such is a contribution to Holocaust history. It is a fascinating and informative read presenting a well-researched and well-documented story of German Jewish refugees in Chile and their complicated encounters with German and Nazi immigrants."-Steven B. Bowman, author of The Jews of Byzantium, 1204-1453. New Condition in Dust Jacket. (HOLO2-118-9) (ID #34189) $40.00.
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  223. Bergmann, Karl Hans. DIE BEWEGUNG "FREIES DEUTSCHLAND" IN DER SCHWEIZ 1943-1945. Munich: Carl Hanser, 1974. Paper; small 8vo. 271 pages. In German. With index and bibliography. Mit e. Beitr. Von Wolfgang Jean Stock, Schweizer Flüchtlingspolitik u. Exilierte dt. Arbeiterbewegung 1933-1943. Ex-library copy. Very good condition. (H-33-5) (ID #14215) $30.00.
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  225. Bíglová, Katerina; Zdenek Matejcek; Zdenek Dytrych; Henry Philip David; Karol Sidon. REMEMBERING: VOICES OF PRAGUE JEWISH WOMEN. Praha: Zdenek Bígl, 1994. Original Wraps. 8vo. 93 pages. 21 cm. Edition. Written by three Prague psychiatrists, Katerina Bíglová, Zdenek Matejcek and Zdenek Dytrych; edited and introduced by Henry P. David; foreword by Karol Sidon. Publication based on a structured oral history project with 36 elderly Jewish women survivors. Monograph contains edited interviews and history of Jewish Prague. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Czech Republic - Prague - Personal narratives. Jewish women in the Holocaust - Czech Republic - Prague - Biography. Jewish women in the Holocaust. OCLC lists 22 copies. Pen marks on title page, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (WOMEN-2-5) (ID #35768) $45.00.
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  227. Fields, Harold. THE REFUGEE IN THE UNITED STATES. New York: Oxford, 1938. Cloth; 8vo. 229 pages. Illustrated with tables. Foldout graph following page 24. Bibliography and four appendices. Political refugees. Aliens -- United States. Emigration and immigration law -- United States. Geographic: United States -- Emigration and immigration. Ex-library copy. Stain on inside back cover; spine faded; pages slightly brown. Very good condition. (H-32-6) (ID #14179) $30.00.
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  229. Ford, Herbert. FLEE THE CAPTOR. [AUTHOR INSCRIBED]. Nashville, Southern Pub. Association, 1966. Cloth, 8vo, 373 pages, illustrations, facsims, portraits, 22 cm. Subtitle from book jacket. Subjects: Weidner, John Henry. World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees. Includes illustrated cover and endpapers. Design by Homer Norris. Long inscription by author. Very good condition in good jacket. (H-27-6) (ID #12483) $45.00.
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  231. Ginzberg, Eli. REPORT TO AMERICAN JEWS ON OVERSEAS RELIEF PALESTINE AND REFUGEES IN THE UNITED STATES. New York, Harper & Brothers, 1942. 1st edition. original cloth in dust jacket, small 8vo, ix, 92 pages. Holocaust-era explanation of assistance to Jewish refugees from Europe in the US & Palestine "The Work of The United Jewish Appeal, The Joint Distribution Committee, The United Palestine Appeal, [&] The National Refugee Service." (H-41-16) Very Good Condition in Very Good Jacket (ID #14028) $30.00.
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  233. Jackman, Jarrell C. and Carla M. Borden, eds. THE MUSES FLEE HITLER: CULTURAL TRANSFER AND ADAPTATION, 1930-1945. Washington, Smithsonian, 1983. Paperback, 8vo, 348 pages. Includes many illustrations. Very Good Condition. (H-41-4) (ID #14004) $30.00.
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  235. Levin, Elena. HISTORIAS DE UNA EMIGRACIÓN, 1933-1939: ALEMANES JUDÍOS EN LA ARGENTINA. Buenos Aires: Manrique Zago Ediciones, 1991. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 185, [6] pages. Loaded with photos & maps. 24 cm. In Spanish. ISBN: 9509517305 Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-[187]). SUBJECT(S): Jews, German -- Argentina -- History. Immigrants -- Argentina -- History. Very Good Condition. (H-41-6) (ID #14026) $40.00.
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  237. Lion, Ferdinand. THOMAS MANN IN SEINER ZEIT. Zurich and Leipzig: Max Niehans, 1935. Cloth; small 8vo. 186 pages. In German. Extensive underlining and margin notes in pencil; otherwise, very good condition in defective dust jacket. (H-33-6) (ID #14209) $30.00.
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  239. Lips, Eva. translated by Caroline Newton. Introduction by Dorothy Thompson. SAVAGE SYMPHONY: A PERSONAL RECORD OF THE THIRD REICH. New York: Random House, 1938. Cloth; 8vo. Ix, 336 pages. Account of life in Germany during Third Reich by scientist who was ostracized and later exiled by Hitler because of her views. Political refugees. Lips, Julius, 1895-1950. Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Pages brown. Very good condition. (H-32-2) (ID #14181) $30.00.
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  241. Schwarz, Mrs. Max; Mrs. B. J. Levy; Mrs. W. C. Hurwitz; Rebecca Kohut; Stephen S. Wise. SISTERHOOD OF CONGREGATION B'NAI JESHURUN. CELEBRATING OUR FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY. EVENTS FOR THE WEEK OF CHANUKAK. DEC. 16TH TO DEC. 23RD, 1933 IN OUR COMMUNITY CENTER. New York; Sisterhood Of Congregation B'Nai Jeshurun, 1933. Original Wraps. 12mo. [4] pages. 18 cm. First edition. Contains announcements for bible study group, sewing group, and announcement for a celebration on December 23, 1933. Sisterhood of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun, 270 West 89th St. New York City. Celebrating our Fortieth Anniversary. “To Inaugurate our First Oneg Shabat …. Mrs. Rebecca Kohut the leading woman in Judaism will be our guest” - p. [2]. “The Regular Monthly Meeting of Our Sisterhood will be held on Monday, December 18th, 1933, 2 P. M. … Our Speaker for this meeting Dr. Stephen S. Wise” - p. [3]. “Let us do our part – Boycott German Goods. ” - p. [3]. Subjects: Sisterhood of Congregation B'nai Jeshurun – New York City. None listed on OCLC. Rear leaf torn, split at fold, otherwise clean. Good condition. (WOMEN-2-39) (ID #35806) $50.00.
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  243. Shapiro, Chaim. GO, MY SON: A YOUNG JEWISH REFUGEE'S STORY OF SURVIVAL. Jerusalem and New York: Feldheim, 1989. Cloth; 8vo. 529 pages. Illustrated with photographic plates. Includes appendix and glossary. Map of Chaim Shapiro's wartime odessey on inside covers. Young rabbinical student escaped Poland at his mother's urging, joined the Soviet army, and survived the holocaust that killed his entire family. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Lomza -- Personal narratives, Jewish. World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Jewish. Lomza (Poland) -- Biography. Pictorial dust jacket. Excellent condition in very good dust jacket. (H-35-2) (ID #14247) $30.00.
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  245. Warhaftig, Zorach; Freid, Jacob. UPROOTED; JEWISH REFUGEES AND DISPLACED PERSONS AFTER LIBERATION. New York: Institute of Jewish Affiars of the American Jewish Congress and World Jewish Congress., 1946. 8vo. Vii, 219 pages. First edition. With the scarce dramatic color dust jacket. SUBJECT (S): World War, 1939-1945 – Jews; World War, 1939-1945 – refugees. SERIES: From war to peace,; no. 5; Warhaftig (1906-2002) was born in Russia, and migrated to Israel in 1947. He served nine term in the Knesset, from 1949 to 1981, signed Israel's Declaration of Independence, and assisted in the founding of Bar-llan University. (knesset. Gov) Jacket has a closed tear and wear to spine, Very Good Condition in Good+ Jacket. Attractive. (HOLO2-8-13A) (ID #36052) $60.00.
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  247. Wasserstein, Bernard. BRITAIN AND THE JEWS OF EUROPE, 1939-1945. London: Institute of Jewish Affairs; Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 1979. Cloth, 8vo, viii, 389 pages, 20 cm. Series: Oxford paperbacks. Includes index. Bibliography on pages 363-378. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Foreign public opinion, British. Refugees, Jewish -- Government policy. Public opinion. Great Britain -- Emigration and immigration. Palestine -- Emigration and immigration. Very good condition in very good jacket. (H-27-2) (ID #12477) $30.00.
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  249. Tsentraler Yidisher Historisher Komisie In Poyln. מעטאדאלאגישע אנווייזונגען צום אויספארשן דעם חורבן פון פוילישן יידנטום. METODOLOGISHE ONVAYZUNGEN TSUM OYSFORSHN DEM HURBN FUN POYLISHN YIDNTUM. Lodz: [Tsentraler Yidisher Historisher Komisie In Poyln], 1945. 1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 46 pages; 21 cm. Title translates as “Methodological Instructions for the Investigation of the Destruction of Polish Jewry. ” From the series, “Oysgabes fun der Tsentraler Yidisher Historisher Komisie baym Tsentral-Komitet fun Poylishe Yidn, ” nr. 5. A very important manual produced for those going into the DP camps and elsewhere to interview survivors for documentation of war crimes and to locate information about victims and survivors. Divided into sections with different questionnaires and options for different populations and situations. Laura Jockusch has written a great deal on this early movement to immediately begin to document the Holocaust: “After Poland was completely liberated in spring 1945, the CZKH established up to twenty-five branches throughout the country, with Regional Historical Commissions in Kraków, Wroclaw, Warsaw, Bialystok, and Katowice, and transferred its headquarters to Lódz. The branches of Kraków, under the auspices of Michal Borwicz, Josef Wulf, and Nella Thon-Rost, and Warsaw, headed by Hersz Wasser, played a particularly active role. In Allied-occupied Germany, historical commissions operated among the Jewish Displaced Persons (DP) population in the American and the British Zones. In the British Zone, a historical commission crystallized in the DP camp Belsen on October 10, 1945, in the framework of the cultural officeof the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in the British Zone. The initiators – among them the Polish-born journalists Paul Trepman, Dovid Ro-sental, and Rafael Olewski along with the actor Sami Feder – aimed at recording the recent catastrophe by collecting “pictures, photographs, all kinds of publications, songs and stories in all languages, clothing and uniforms, urns of the dead and burnt, lists of people resettled, murdered, witnesses, prisoners; books and Torah scrolls – everything, relating to the Hitler era. ” (from “Khurbn Forshung – Jewish Historical Commissions in Europe, 1943-1949”). One of only a handful of books in Yiddish published in 1945 in Poland. SUBJECT(S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland. Jews. OCLC worldcat lists 14 copies worldwide. Spine rebacked with clear tape, light wear, Good+ Condition. Important. (holo2-125-46) (ID #36074) $375.00.
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  251. American ORT Federation. ORT ECONOMIC REVIEW. Vol V, Nr 2. Dec, 1945 (only). New York, American ORT Federation. 1945. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 98 pages 23 cm. Articles include: "ORT Fifty Years of Jewish Relief in Eastern Europe;" "First Aid and Personal Rehabilitation for Displaced Persons;" " Americans and Japanese in Siberia, 1918-1919;" etc. Quarterly Periodical began publishing in 1941. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Periodicals. Jews -- Charities. Heavy wear & chipping to covers, Internally clean & tight with a few stains. Good Condition Thus. (H-43-7) (ID #14087) $30.00.
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  253. Gordon, R. S., editor. "NAZI VICTIMS OR COLLABORATORS: WHICH DOES CANADA WANT?" in: TODAY: AN ANGLO-JEWISH MONTHLY. JULY-AUGUST, 1946. VOLUME 2, NUMBER 8. Ottawa: Today, 1946. Wrappers; large 4to. 32 pages in entire issue. Articles advertised on cover include "Nazi Victims or Collaborators: Which Does Canada Want?" "Labor Presents Its Case To the Public, " "Aspects of the Palestine Crisis, " "Sholom Aleikhem: His Humor Defied the Czar. " One-inch tear in top of spine; bent; spine rubbed. Good condition. (H-31-2) (ID #14157) $30.00.
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  255. Gottschalk, Max & Abraham Duker. JEWS IN THE POST-WAR WORLD. New York, Dryden Press, 1945. Original boards, 8vo, 224 pages. Much on the Jewish refugees, not yet called "Displaced Persons. " Chapters include: The Position of the Jews in the Post-War World; Palestine in the New World; Relief, Reconstruction, and Migraiton; etc. Very Good Condition. An excellent copy. (H-40-4) (ID #13963) $40.00.
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  257. DE VERDWIJNING VAN ANNEKE BEEKMAN EN REBECCA MELJADO [THE DISAPEARANCE OF ANNEKE BEEKMAN & REBECCA MELJADO). No Place (amsterdam), Nederlands-Israel. Kerkgen., 1954. 1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 105 pages. In the original Dutch. Not in Wolff nor Robinson & Friedman. Published by the Nederlands-Israelietisch- & Portugees-Israelietisch- Kergenootschaps. Two of the Anne Franks who survived, but certainly not without their own set of scars. This is the heart wrenching story of the repeated "kidnapping" of these two girls by the foster families who had raised them during the war and, after liberation, refused to give the girls up. The autorities and Jewish community, of course, wanted the Girls returned. The book includes the entire drama with documents and newspapaper articles. Very Good Condition (H-41-2) (ID #14039) $30.00.
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  259. American Jewish Conference. Committee On Preliminary Studies. A SURVEY OF FACTS AND OPINIONS ON PROBLEMS OF POST-WAR JEWRY IN EUROPE AND PALESTINE. New York city, 1943. Paperback, 4to, 4 p. L. 11-143 pages, 27 x 20 cm. "Documents" on pages 111-143. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. Jewish question. Reconstruction (1939-1951). Very Good condition. (H-43-12) (ID #12390) $30.00.
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  261. Cohen, Israel. CONTEMPORARY JEWRY. London, Methuen, 1950. Original Cloth, 8vo, 410 pages. A look at world Jewry in the aftermath of the Holocaust. ex-Library with usual marks. Tear to cloth at spine, otherwise solid Good Condition. (H-41-19) (ID #14033) $30.00.
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  263. Guardini, Romano. VERANTWORTUNG: GEDANKEN ZUR JÜDISCHEN FRAGE. EINE UNIVERSITÄTSREDE. Munich: Kösel, 1952. Paper covers; 12mo. 40 pages. In German. Jews -- Politics and government. Series: Hochland-Bücherei. Some browning; half-inch chips at top and bottom of spine. Very good condition. (H-34) (ID #14234) $30.00.
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  265. Hirschmann, Ira A. THE EMBERS STILL BURN: AN EYE-WITNESS ACCOUNT OF THE POSTWAR FERMENT IN EUROPE AND THE MIDDLE EAST AND OUR DISASTROUS GET-SOFT-WITH-GERMANY POLICY. [AUTHOR SIGNED]. New York, Simonn & Schuster, 1949. 1st edition. Original cloth, 8vo, 272 pages. Signed by Hirschmann. Wiener Library IV #806. During the war, Hirschman had been sent by Roosevelt on a secret mission to Turkey to negotiate with agents of Eichmann for the release of Jewish children. In one instance he traded 4 US visas for the lives of 100, 000 Romanian Jews; on anoter occation, after negotiating with the future Pope John XXIII, he won freedom for thousands of Jews in Hungary. "Ira Hirschmann went to postwar Europe on two inspection tours as the personal representative of the late Fiorello La Guardia, then head of the UNRRA...The demoralizing conditions in DP camps, the 'assasination' of UNRRA, our swift rebuilding of the former enemy, Germany, and unreasoning fear and hatred of the former ally, Russia--all this, Ira Hirschmann is convinced, is part of the deliberate pattern of disunity that can only lead to disasterous war. The embers of Fascism still burn, fanned by the tragic narrow nationalism that is in today's headlines. " Mark on spine, otherwise Very Good Condition in Chipped Jacket(H-41-17) (ID #14029) $30.00.
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  267. Hobhouse, Stephen. A CONFESSION OF FAITH IN WAR-TIME, BEING CHIEFLY THOUGHTS CONCERNING HUMAN UNITY, RETRIBUTION, AND FORGIVENESS. London: Society of Friends' Peace Committee, 1945. Wrappers; 12mo. 24 pages. Part of the debate about how to punish Germany after the Holocaust and WW II. War -- Religious aspects. Pacifism. Some staining and wear to cover; otherwise, very good condition. (H-32-4) (ID #14185) $30.00.
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  269. Lewin, Isaac. נאכ׳ן חורבן : געזאמעלטע מאמרים NOKH'N HURBN: GEZAMELTE MAYMORIM. Nyu-York: Research Institute for Post-War Problems of Religious Jewry, 1950. Cloth, 8vo, 304 pages. Includes illustrations. 24 cm. In Yiddish. Title on title page verso: "After the destruction" SUBJECT(S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Refugees, Jewish. Holocaust survivors. Reconstruction (1939-1951). Front hinge starting, otherwise Very Good Condition. (H-42-4) (ID #14078) $35.00.
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  271. Lewin, Isaac. RELIGIOUS JEWRY AND THE UNITED NATIONS; ADDRESSES BEFORE THE UNITED NATIONS. New York, Research Institute for Post-war Problems of Religious Jewry, 1953. 136 pages, 24 cm. Contents include: Jewish War Orphans in Non-Jewish Homes; On Expulsion of Refugees; The Deportations in Hungary; etc. Subjects: United Nations. Civil rights. Freedom of religion. Orthodox Judaism. Jews -- History 1945-. Refugees, Jewish. Very Good Condition in Very Good Jacket. (H-40-12) (ID #13982) $30.00.
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  273. Nudelman, M. געלעכטער דורך טרערן : זאמלונג פון הומאָריסטיש-סאטירישע שאפונגען פונעם נאָכמלחמהדיקן לעבן פון פוילישע יידן GELEKHTER DURKH TRERN: ZAMLUNG FUN HUMORISTISH-SATIRISHE SHAFUNGEN FUNEM NOKH-MILHOMEHDIKN LEBN FUN POYLISHE YIDN. Buenos-Ayres: Tsentral-farband fun Poylishe Yidn in Argentine, 1947. Cloth, 8vo, 238 pages. Includes illustrations. 20 cm. In Yiddish. Series: Dos Poylishe Yidntum, Nr. 10; Title on title page verso: "Gelechter durch trern, " and also "Risas a través de lágrimas." Very Good Condition. (H-42-2) (ID #14050) $30.00.
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  275. Tetens, T. H. THE NEW GERMANY AND THE OLD NAZIS. New York: Marzani and Munsel, 1961. Wrappers; 8vo. 286 pages. Photograph of author on back cover. Includes references and index. Text from cover: "A frank and often shocking account which details how 'Hitler's own' have managed to return to power in almost every walk of German life-including the foreign office, the courts, the police...." By a former German economist and newspaper editor who was put in a concentration camp, escaped, and eventually emigrated to the United States. Fascism -- Germany (West) National socialism. Fascisme -- Allemagne (Ouest) Nazisme. Germany (West) -- Politics and government. Allemagne (Ouest) -- Politique et gouvernement. Pages brown; otherwise, very good condition. (H-35-4) (ID #14248) $30.00.
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  277. The Anglo-Jewish Association. GERMANY'S NEW NAZIS. New York, Philosophical Library, 1952. Original Illustrated Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 76 pages. Very Good Condition. (H-41-21) (ID #14034) $35.00.
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  279. Weiss-Rosmarin, Trude. JEWISH SURVIVAL: ESSAYS AND STUDIES. New York: Philosophical Library, 1949. Cloth; 8vo. 404 pages. With index and bibliographical acknowledgements. "The past decade has marked two cataclysmic events which have completely changed the Jewish situation: the annihilation of one third of the Jewish people-together with what had been the center of Jewish gravity for the past three centuries-and the birth of the Jewish State. The multifaceted problems implicit in these profound changes are examined and analyzed in 'Jewish Survival. '" Author explains Jewish survival as the combination of Jewish ideals with Jewish life. Ex-library copy. Very good condition in good dust jacket. (H-32-7) (ID #14182) $30.00.
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  281. World Jewish Congress; Agudat Israel; American Jewish Conference. STATEMENTS SUBMITTED TO THE PARIS CONFERENCE BY THE WORLD JEWISH CONGRESS, AGUDAS ISRAEL WORLD ORGANISATION, AMERICAN JEWISH CONFERENCE [AND OTHERS] AUGUST 20, 1946. Paris; Imprimerie Centrale Commerciale, 1946. Original Wraps. 4to. 39 pages. 27 cm. First edition. Early post-war statements submitted to the Paris Conference by the World Jewish Congress, Agudas Israel World Organisation, American Jewish Conference, American Jewish Committee, Board of Deputies of British Jews, Anglo-Jewish Association, Conseil Representatif des Juifs de France, Alliance Israelite Universelle, South African Jewish Board of Deputies. Amendments to the proposed peace treaties, urging inclusion of annexes to secure the rights of the Jewish population. - cf. P. 2. Contents: Memorandum on the treaty with Roumania - Memorandum on the treaty with Hungary - Memorandum on the treaty with Italy - Memorandum on the treaty with Bulgaria. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Peace proposals and settlements. World War, 1939-1945 - Jews. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Reparations. Jews - Legal status, laws, etc. Paris Peace Conference (1946). OCLC lists 7 copies. Light wear and soiling to wraps, otherwise very clean. Very good condition. (ZION-6-34) (ID #35560) $100.00.
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  283. Rosenbaum, Alan S. PROSECUTING NAZI WAR CRIMINALS. Boulder, San Francisco, and Oxford: Westview, 1993. Cloth; 8vo. Xi, 144 pages. Includes notes and index. The author puts forth the concept that bringing the Nazi criminals to trial is vital to maintaining a moral and ethical society apart from any current threat they may be. War crime trials. World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities. Jews; Genocide. Excellent condition in excellent dust jacket. (H-35-12) (ID #14250) $30.00.
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  285. Ruckerl, Adalbert. THE INVESTIGATION OF NAZI CRIMES 1945-1978: A DOCUMENTATION. ISBN: 3811428799 Heidelberg; Karlsruhe: Mulller, publisher of legal literature, 1979. Paperback, 8vo, 145 pages, 20 cm. Series: Legal affairs-justice-contemporary events; volume 31. Translation of Die Strafverfolgung nationalsozialistischer Verbrechen 1945 bis 1978. Addenda sheet inserted. Includes bibliographical references. Subjects: War crime trials. Very Good+ Condition. An excellent copy. (H-27-5) (ID #12485) $30.00.
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  287. Sfard, David, editor. מיר װארענען : דאס היטלעריסטישע פארברעכן טאר נישט פארגעסן װערן MIR VORENEN: DOS HITLERISTISHE FARBREKHN TOR NISHT FARGESN VERN. Varshe, Yidish Bukh, 1965. Original Paper Wrappers, 4to (large), 90 pages. "Ostrzegamy. " In Yiddish. Includes Photo-montage covers and 61 Photos & Facsimiles. Very Good Condition. (H-42-13) (ID #14059) $35.00.
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  289. Musmanno, Michael A. Foreword by Lucius D. Clay. THE EICHMANN KOMMANDOS. Philadelphia, Macrae Smith Company, 1961. Original Publisher's Cloth. 8vo. 268 pages. Account of the Nuremberg trials by one of the presiding judges. Photograph of author and of some of the defendants in the courtroom on the dust jacket. Foreword by General LUcius D. Clay. World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities. Jews -- Persecutions -- Europe. Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946. Juifs -- Persécutions. Nuremberg, Procès de, 1945-1946. Owner's bookplate on inside front cover. Excellent condition in very good jacket. Beautiful copy. (H-32-8) (ID #14178) $30.00.
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  291. Rimon, Itzhak. קארעספאנדענצן פון ישראל. KORESPONDENTSN FUN YISRO'EL. [Tel-Aviv]: Y.L. Perets,; Israel; Tel Aviv. 1974. Cloth, 8vo. 329 pages. 22 cm. In Yiddish. Cover & spine include the subtitle: "1946-1968." LCCN: 74-951341. Some articles deal with Holocaust, The Eichmann Trial, and Holocaust-refugee themes. SUBJECT(S): Israel-Arab War, 1967. Named Person: Eichmann, Adolf, 1906-1962. Geographic: Israel. Very Good Condition. (H-43-2) (ID #14109) $30.00.
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    The First Jewish Prayerbook Published in German Following the Holocaust
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    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.
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  295. Ehrenpreis, Marcus. SHEMA’ KOLENU: TEFILOT LE-KHOL YEMOT HA-SHANAH. Stockholm, World Jewish Congress (Swedish Section), 1946. 1st edition thus. Original Publisher’s Cloth. 8vo. 288 pages. 19 cm. In Hebrew. “This prayer-book, which is meant for the destroyed Jewish communities, now to be rebuilt, is being issued under the supervision of the Chief Rabbi Marcus Ehrenpreis. The prayer-book has been printed in 50, 000 copies by the printing-works of Esselte, Stockholm, through the Swedish Section of World Jewish Congress and by the Aid-Committee in Stockholm for the Jews of Europe. ” – Stockholm January 1946. SUBJECT(S): Siddurim. OCLC lists 16 copies worldwide. Covers bumped at edges with some minor chipping. Internal pages are bright and clean. Very good condition. (HEB-46-1) (ID #29268) $85.00.
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  297. Birenzweig, Naum. די נייע הגדה של פסח : פון דער געגענווארט 5491־3391, היטלער־עפאכע DI NAYE HAGODEH SHEL PEYSEH: FUN DER GEGENVART 1933-1945, HITLER-EPOKHE [HAGADAH SHEL PESACH HAGGADAH PESAH]. Buenos Aires; Talleras Graficos Heuman, 1955. Original Wraps. 16mo. 31 pages. 15 cm. In Yiddish with Hebrew. "Le-shanah ha-ba? Ah bene horin be-ar? A de-Yisra'el. " - Cover. With added Spanish title page at rear: La Nueva Hagada? De Pesaj: del presente 1933-1945 - epoca – Hitleriana. La Noche Sagrada de Egipto y la liberacion del judaismo europeo del yugo nazi. ” New Haggada for the commemoration of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, the resistance and martyrs in during the Hitlerian epoch. Replete with songs of the partisans. Endpages contain facsimile of letters from representatives of the State of Israel in support of this Haggadah. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Miscellanea. Haggada. OCLC lists 2 copies (Harvard, Natl Libr Israel). Light soiling to wraps, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. Scarce. (HAG-16-12) (ID #35841) $500.00.
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  299. Birenzweig, Naum. די נייע הגדה של פסח : פון דער געגענווארט 5491־3391, היטלער־עפאכע DI NAYE HAGODEH SHEL PEYSEH: FUN DER GEGENVART 1933-1945, HITLER-EPOKHE [HAGADAH SHEL PESACH HAGGADAH PESAH]. Buenos Aires; Talleras Graficos Julio Kaufman, 1960. Original Wraps. 16mo. [2], 32 pages. 15 cm. In Yiddish with Hebrew. "Le-shanah ha-ba? Ah bene horin be-ar? A de-Yisra'el. " - Cover. 1960 edition; OCLC lists 1 copy (CJH). Wrap edges bumped, pages aged, otherwise fresh. Good condition. (HAG-16-13) (ID #35842) $300.00.
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    The First German Language Hagadah Published on German Soil after the Holocaust

     

  301. Zentralrat Der Juden In Deutschland. HAGADAH SHEL PESAH = FAMILIEN-HAGADA MIT DARSTELLUNG UND VERLAUF DES SEDER-ABENDS. Dusseldorf; Zentralart Der Juden In Deutschland, 1960. Original Boards. 4to. 94 pages. 28 cm. First edition. In Hebrew and German. The first German-language Hagadah published in Germany following liberation, produced for the newly blossoming community rebuilding Jewish life on German soil. Bearbeiet von Jean Schwarz. Illustrated throughout. Subjects: Judaism - Liturgy - Texts. Passover - Prayers and devotions. Judaism - Liturgy. Passover. OCLC lists 3 copies (Harvard, Natl Libr Israel, Univ Bremen). Light wear, Very Good Condition. (HAG-16-23A) (ID #35853) $300.00.
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  303. Shemuel David Ungar, Ha-Levi; Yosef Mosheh Ungar, Ha-Levi; Bezalel Ben Abraham Ashkenazi. HAGADAH SHEL PESAH NE'OT DESHE: HIDUSHE AGADAH VE-DIVRE MUSAR VE-HIT ORERUT, VE-KITSAT HIDUSHE HAGADAH SHEL PESAH. Mt. Kisco, N. Y.; Ha-Yeshivah Menaytra, 1950. Original Cloth. 8vo. [9], 102 [i. E. 203], [21] pages. 24 cm. First edition. First appearance. In Hebrew. Yaari no. 2392; Yudlov no. 4171. “Edited and Printed by Yeshiva Press, Mt. Kisco, N. Y. ”. Hagadah Shel Pesah Ne'ot Desheh ("Lush meadows"): Haggadah with the commentary of Rabbi Shmuel Dovid Ungar (1886-1945), the rabbi of Nitra and dean of the last surviving yeshiva in Nazi occupied Europe. His son, Sholom Moshe (1916–2003), was named Rav of Nitra by the survivors of that city and reopened the Nitra Yeshiva. In 1946 he and his brother-in-law, Rabbi Weissmandl, moved the Nitra Yeshiva to Somerville, New Jersey. In 1948 the yeshiva was moved again to its present site in Mount Kisco, New York. This Haggadah was printed at the short lived printing press at the Yeshiva in Mount Kisco, a vocational education experiment for Yeshiva students. Subjects: Haggadot – Texts. Seder - Liturgy - Texts. Judaism - Liturgy – Texts. OCLC lists 6 copies. Light soiling to cloth, front hinge loose, wine stains to edges throughout, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (HAG-16-3) (ID #35832) $275.00.
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  305. Amitay, Mordekhai; Shraga Weil. HAGADAH SHEL PESAH [HAGGADAH SHEL PESACH]. Merhavyah; Va'adat Ha-Hagim Shel Ha-Kibuts Ha-Artsi Ha-Shomer Ha-Tsa'ir, 1953. Original Wraps. 8vo. [36] pages. 24 cm. Kibbutz Haggadot – Merhavyah – 1953. Beautifully designed handwritten illustrations by Mordekhai Amitay, border decoration by survivor artist Shraga Weil. Printed in green and maroon ink. First printed 1950. Subjects: Haggadot, Kibbutz. Udaism - Liturgy – Texts. Passover - Prayers and devotions. OCLC lists 7 copies. Edge wear, some soiling, small tear to wraps, otherwise fresh and clean. Very good condition. (HAG-16-17) (ID #35846) $200.00.
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  307. Phinehas Ben Zevi Hirsch Horowitz, Ha-Levi. SEDER HAGADAH SHEL PESAH = AGADAH. Kosice, Czechoslovakia; Bukdrukeri Viko, [1947]. Original Bright Red Boards. 8vo. 44 pages. 24 cm. In Hebrew. Produced for Holocaust survivors in Czechoslovakia after the war. Seder Hagadah shel Pesach. With commentary by R. Pinchas HaLevi Ish Horowitz (author of Hafla'ah). Phinehas Levi Horowitz, “Rabbi and Talmudic author; born in Poland about 1731; died in Frankfort-on-the-Main July 1, 1805.” - 1906 JE. Original printed red boards. Yudlov 4071; Yaari 2348. Subjects: Haggadot – Texts. Seder - Liturgy – Texts. Judaism - Liturgy – Texts. OCLC lists four copies of this edition (NYPL, DLC, Yeshiva, Harvard). Light wear to boards, one page repaired (no text loss), some staining, Good condition. (HAG-13-11A) (ID #35886) $200.00.
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    PERSONAL NARRATIVES

     

     

  309. Birenbaum, Halina. translated by David Welsh. Foreword by Ludwik Krzyzanowski. HOPE IS THE LAST TO DIE: A PERSONAL DOCUMENTATION OF NAZI TERROR. [AUTHOR INSCRIBED]. New York: Twayne, 1971. Wrappers; 8vo. 246 pages. Translation of: Nadzieja umiera ostatnia. Ex-library copy. Flyleaf contains inscription by author and former owner's dedication. Jews -- Persecutions -- Poland -- Warsaw. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Personal narratives. Geographic: Warsaw (Poland) -- Ethnic relations. Front cover and first pages of book seem to have been stained, else good condition. (H-32-1) (ID #14176) $30.00.
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  311. Flinker, Moishe. YOUNG MOSHE'S DIARY; THE SPIRITUAL TORMENT OF A JEWISH BOY IN NAZI EUROPE. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1965. Cloth, 8vo, 126 pages, facsims, portraits, 22 cm. Translation of ha-Na'ar Mosheh. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives. World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Jewish. Introductions by Shaul Esh and Geoffrey Wigoder. Includes frontis photo. Very good condition in good jacket. (H-27-1) (ID #12486) $30.00.
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  313. Ryczywol, Ber. וויאזוי איך האב איבערגעלעבט די דייטשן VIAZOY IKH HOB IBERGELEBT DI DAYTSHN. Varshe: Tsentraler Yidisher historisher komisye baym Ts. k. fun Poylishe Yidn, 1946. Cloth, 8vo, 47 pages. 24 cm. In Yiddish Added title page: Jak przezylem niemiecka okupacje. SUBJECT(S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Personal narratives. World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Jewish. Originally bound in flimsy and fragile paper wrappers, this copy has been rebound in paper wrappers with original illustrated cover mounted on front. Paper browning as generally found, but solid. Good Condition. Scarce (H-40-19) (ID #13976) $75.00.
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  315. Elberg, Yehudah. צווישן מארגן און אוונט : ראמאן. TSVISHN MORGN UN OVNT: ROMAN. Tel-Aviv: Yisroel-bukh, 1987. Cloth, 8vo, 375 pages. 23 cm. In Yiddish. LCCN: 87-164330. Novel. Between Morning and Evening. Fiction. Very Good Condition. (H-43-5) (ID #14115) $40.00.
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  317. Gross, Natan; Ya`oz-Kest, Itamar; Klinov, Rinah. A-SHO'AH BA-SHIRAH HA-`IVRIT: MIVHAR. [Yerushalayim]: [Tel-Aviv]: Yad va-shem; ha-Kibuts ha-me'uhad, 1974. Cloth, 8vo, 245 pages. 23 cm. In Hebrew LCCN: he 75-950060. Title on title page verso: "Holocaust in Hebrew poetry: an anthology. " SUBJECT(S): Hebrew poetry, Modern. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poetry. Very Good Condition in Very Good Jacket. (H-43-11) (ID #14100) $55.00.
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  319. Joachimowicz, A. אונטער שטאָלענעם בלוי UNTER SHTOLENEM BLOY. [AUTHOR INSCRIBED]. Nyu York: Tsiko bikher farlag, 1975. Cloth, 8vo, 159 pages. 24 cm. In Yiddish. LCCN: 76-952021. Holocaust Poetry. Inscribed by the author. Very Good Condition. (H-43-1) (ID #14114) $40.00.
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  321. Kaganowski, Ephraim (Efrayim Kaganovski). פוילישע, יאָרן POYLISHE YORN. Varshe: Farlag Yidish Bukh, 1956. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 465 pages, plus [5] leaves of plates. 20 cm. In Yiddish. Short stories. Title on verso of title page: "Polskie lata." Wear to wrappers, heavy at spine, otherwise Good Condition. (H-43-10) (ID #14085) $30.00.
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  323. Langer, Lawrence L. THE HOLOCAUST AND THE LITERARY IMAGINATION. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1975. Cloth, large 8vo, xiii, 300 pages. 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN: 0300019084 SUBJECT(S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), in literature. Holocaust, 1939-1945, dans la littérature. Very Good Condition in Very Good Jacket. (H-40-1) (ID #13966) $30.00.
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  325. Schulstein, Moses (Mosheh Shulshteyn). א בוים צווישן חורבות : לידער און פאעמעס. A BOYM TSVISHN HURVES: LIDER UN POEMES. Pariz (i.e. Paris): Oyfsnay, 1947. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 290 pages. 24 cm. In Yiddish. Title on title page verso: "Boim zwischn chourwes." Holocaust-themed poetry. "A Tree in the Ruins: Poems", a collection of Holocaust poems, by Moses (Moyshe) Schulstein (1911-1981), a Yiddish left wing poet from Poland, he survived the holocaust and moved to Paris; his famous poem "I Saw a Mountain" (found in this collection) is found on the wall of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Poetry. The US Holocaust Museum in Washington keeps their copy in their Rare Book Collection. SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Poetry. Heavy wear & dampstains to covers, stains to last few pages as well. But paper remains good, white and solid. Good- Condition. (H-41-12) (ID #14006) $50.00.
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  327. Smolar, Hersh. YIDN ON GELE LATES: SKITSN. Lodzsh: Farlag "Yidish-Bukh," 1948. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 113 pages. 21 cm. In Yiddish. On verso of title page: "Zydzi bez zoltych lat, szkice." SUBJECT(S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Fiction. Edgewear, paper starting to brown as usually found, but a good, solid copy. (H-42-10) (ID #14070) $30.00.
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  329. Sutzkever, Abraham. Araynfir fun Rut Vais (Ruth Wisse). גרינער אקוואריום : דערציילונגען GRINER AKVARYUM: DERTSEYLUNGEN. Yerushalayim: Hebreisher universitet in Yerusholaim, 1975. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 35, 160 pages. 22 cm. In Yiddish with 35-page English introduction by Wisse. Series: Yidishe literatur; Variation: Sifrut Yidish. Added title page: "Green aquarium." Includes bibliographical references (p. 157-160). Sutzkever's "lifeline has been severed by the holocaust [sic] that falls like a chasm between his past and present. These works are an attempt to span the breach, creating in art an organic universe over which mutability and mortality hold no sway."-from the introduction. Light wear, Good Condition. (H-43-9) (ID #14113) $30.00.
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  331. Hektin, Shalom; Thelma Mozeson; Moshe Smilansky. JACOB THE SOLDIER. ADAPTED FROM MOSHE SMILANSKY. New York; Hebrew Educators Committee For Labor Palestine, 1944. Original Wraps. 8vo. 19 pages. 21 cm. First edition. Adapted by Shalom Hektin, Translation and Illustrations by Thelma Mozeson. With 5 illustrations, and a glossary of Hebrew terms. Holocaust-era adaptation of the story, the narrative of the child Jacob, a Chatufim (kidnapped), who does not bend or break under the weight of punishment for not converting to Christianity in Tsarist Russia as a young boy, has to serve as a soldier in the Tsar's army, is finally discharged in middle age, returns to Judaism, finds a living as a horse trader, and eventually emigrates to Jerusalem, becoming one of the earliest Zionists to settle there. Subjects: Hebrew Educators Committee for Labor Palestine – Jewish Childrens Book Club. Childrens Literature – Jewish – Labor Zionism. OCLC lists 3 copies (JTSA, Harvard, Cape Town). Wraps worn, torn at edges, light wear internally, overall clean. Good condition. (ZION-7-6) (ID #35583) $200.00.
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  333. YEDI`OT YAD VA-SHEM. YAD VA-SHEM, RASHUT HA-ZIKARON LA-SHO'AH VELA-GEVURAH. Nrs. 1-27. Yerushalayim: Rashut ha-zikaron la-Sho'ah vela-gevurah, 1954-1961. Cloth, Large 4to, 24-36 pages per issue. Yad Vashem Bulletin. In Hebrew; Some issues have summaries in English. Includes Holocaust & modern photos and index. SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Periodicals. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Periodicals. Original issues bound in cloth, Very Good Condition. (H-41-1) (ID #14013) $400.00.
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  335. די ײדישע טראגידיע אין אײראפע. DI YIDISHE TRAGEDYE IN EYROPE. Nyu-York: Medem Klub, 1943. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 79 pages. 22 cm. In Yiddish. Bundist imprint, includes much on resistance. Series: Bibliotek "Unzer tsayt" number 2. Contemporary report to Jews on the Holocaust. SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jewish resistance -- Poland. Ogólny Zydowski Zwiazek Robotniczy "Bund" w Polsce. Marking on title pages, otherwise Very Good Condition. (H-41-5) (ID #14002) $30.00.
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  337. КАТАСТРОФА И ГЕРОИЗМ ЕВРЕЙСКОГО НАРОДА. KATASTROFA I GEROIZM EVREISKOGO NARODA. Ierusalim (i.e. Jerusalem): "Amana", 1977. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 118 pages, [12] pages of plates. Includes many illustrations. 20 cm. In Russian. Title translates as "Catastrophe and Heroism of the Jewish People." LCCN: 86-135676. SUBJECT(S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945). Very Good Condition. (H-41-20) (ID #14030) $45.00.
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  339. (American Council For Judaism) American Zionist Council. Preface by Albert Einstein. FALSE WITNESS: THE RECORD OF THE AMERICAN COUNCIL FOR JUDAISM. New York, American Zionist Council, 1955. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 13 pages. Early Statehood-period critique of this American Jewish Anti-Zionist organization. Accuses the ACJ of affiliating with such anti-Semitic extremists as Gerald LK Smith and Merwin K. Hart. With a brief foreword by Albert Einstein in which he compares the ACJ to the Central Association of German Citizens of Jewish Faith in pre-War Europe. Not in Singerman.Very Good Condition. (zion-8-24) (ID #35946) $75.00.
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  341. Cohen, Mortimer Joseph. THE DOOM OF GERMAN JEWRY: A TRAGEDY THAT IS NOT ISRAEL'S ALONE. Philadelphia; No Publisher (The Jewish Exponent?), 1936. 1st seperate edition. Original Wrappers. 12mo. [6] pages. Written for the Jewish Exponent and reprinted from the Issue of July 3, 1936. A supportive review of “The Jews of Germany” by Marvin Lowenthal, written by Rabbi Mortimer J. Cohen, whom was educated at the City College of New York, Colombia, and JTSA. He is remembered for having worked with Frank Lloyd Wright to build the synagogue for his congregation of Beth Sholom in North Philadelphia. Marvin Marx Lowenthal was born on October 6, 1890, in Bradford, Pennsylvania. He was an author, lecturer, traveler, and historian. At Harvard University, Lowenthal became a part of a tight-knit group of Zionists that included Louis Brandeis. In 1916, Brandeis asked Lowenthal to head the Zionist Bureau of the Pacific Coast in San Francisco. Lowenthal began working as its fundraiser until the Zionist Organization of America (ZOA) moved to its New York office in 1919. In 1920, Lowenthal decided to abandon the ZOA to pursue a career as a full-time writer. “In 1936, Lowenthal published his most important and popular book, The Jews of Germany: A Story of Sixteen Centuries. In writing this book, he hoped to demonstrate that discrimination against Jews in Germany was not something that [only] became commonplace once Hitler took control. Lowenthal wanted to reach out to his readers and explain that if something was not done about the treatment of Jews in Europe that Jews would be doomed. Lowenthal followed the events in Germany closely and was disturbed by the passing of the Nuremberg Laws in September 1935, which stripped Jews of their citizenship in Germany and forbade Jews to marry non-Jewish citizens. Lowenthal was appalled by the treatment of Jews in Germany; Jews were forced to sit in the back of public buses, drink from different water fountains, and not allowed to use public restrooms. The book was painstaking for Lowenthal to write because of his love for Zionism and his determination to free Jews from discrimination in Europe. The Jews of Germany left Lowenthal exhausted. His book consisted of literary fragments, essay sketches, and writing plans, but no finished product materialized. It is in this book that his craftsmanship and urbanity of style appear at their best. ” (From Guide to the Papers of Marvin Lowenthal) Subjects: Jews - Germany – History. OCLC lists only one copy worldwide (HUC). Light soiling to front and back pages. Fold line down the center of all pages. Fresh and clean. Good + condition. (HOLO2-95-26) (ID #35934) $100.00.
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  343. Datner, Szymon. GENOCIDE, 1939-1945. Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Zachodnie, 1962. 1st English-Language edition. Original illustrated wrappers, 8vo, 334 pages, facsims, 21 cm. Series: Zbrodnie hitlerowskie w Polsce. English. Includes indexes. "Based on documents assembled by the Central Commission for the Investigation of Nazi Crimes in Poland, published in the years 1945-60. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities. World War, 1939-1945. Added authors: Gumkowski, Janusz. Leszczynski, Kazimierz. Glówna Komisja Badania Zbrodni Hitlerowskich w Polsce. Very Good condition. (H-23-1A) (ID #34345) $45.00.
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  345. Eisenbach, Artur. PERTRAKTACJE ANGLO-AMERYKANSKIE Z NIEMCAMI A LOS LUDNOSCI ZYDOWSKIEJ PODCZAS II WOJNY SWIATOWEJ. Warszawa (Warsaw): Polski Instytut Spraw Miedzynarodowych, 1955. 1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, Large 8vo, 111 pages. 24 cm. In the original Polish. The title translates as: “Anglo-American Talks with Germany Regarding the Jewish Population During World War II. ” SUBJECT (S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. OCLC-Worldcat lists 18 copies worldwide, none in New York. Paper browning, light wear to wrappers, Good Condition. (holo2-125-41) (ID #36069) $100.00.
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  347. Faulhaber, Michael von, Cardinal. JUDENTUM, CHRISTENTUM, GERMANENTUM; ADVENTSPREDIGTEN, GEHALTEN IN ST. MICHAEL ZU MÜNCHEN 1933. München, A. Huber, 1934. 18 cm. Fascinating early anti-Fascist, philosemitic theological tract by Munich's Cardinal Faulhaber. An important text. Contents include: Die religiosen Werte des Alten Testamentes und ihre Erfullung im Christentum; Die sittlichen Werte des Alten Testamentes und ihre Aufwertung im Evangelium; Die sozialen Werte des Alten Testamentes; Der Eckstein zwischen Judentum und Christentum; Christentum und Germanentum. Includes tissued frontis portrait of Faulhaber. "Michael von Faulhaber (March 5, 1869 – June 12, 1952) was a Roman Catholic Cardinal who was Archbishop of Munich for 35 years, from 1917 to his death in 1952. Faulhaber was a political opponent of the Nazi government and considered Nazi ideology incompatible with Christianity; but he also rejected the Weimar Republic as rooted in treason and opposed democratic government in general, favoring a Catholic monarchy. Faulhaber spoke out against some Nazi policies, but publicly recognized the Nazi government as legitimate, required Catholic clergy to remain loyal to the Nazi government, and maintained bridges between fascism and the Church. He ordained Joseph Ratzinger (future Pope Benedict XVI) as a priest in 1951" (Wikipedia, 2015). (H-43-4) (ID #14081) $30.00.
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  349. Feinstein, Sara, editor. Compiled by Yaacov Shilhav. FLAME AND FURY: MATERIAL FOR "YOM-HASHOA" NATIONAL REMEMBRANCE DAY FOR THE SIX MILLION JEWS WHO PERISHED AT THE HANDS OF THE NAZIS. New York, Jewish Education Press 1962. Paper Wrappers, 4to, 108 pages. Includes illustrations. 25 cm. SUBJECT(S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945). Very Good Condition. (H-43-6) (ID #14095) $30.00.
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  351. Goodell, Stephen and Susan D. Bachrach. LIBERATION 1945. Washington, D. C.: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 1995. Wrappers; 4to. 128 pages. Profusely illustrated with black and white and color photographs. Frontispiece photograph; pictorial covers. World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Liberation -- Europe. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Note(s): "Published on the occasion of the exhibition Liberation 1945, held at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D. C., May 9, 1995-January 7, 1996"--Title page verso. Includes bibliographical references. Excellent condition. (H-30-8) (ID #14144) $30.00.
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  353. Grossmann, Kurt R. THE FINAL SOLUTION. Yellow Springs, Ohio: The Antioch Review, 1955. Wrappers; 8vo. 18 pages. Reprinted from The Antioch Review, Spring, 1955 issue. The author, a German journalist, was "a recognized spokesman on problems concerning Jewish refugees and restitution and compensation. He was also involved in the Jewish-German process of reconciliation and lectured in Germany." (EJ) Very good condition. (H-35-9) (ID #14258) $30.00.
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  355. Jéhouda, Josué. LA REVUE JUIVE DE GENEVE. VERS UNE SYNTHESE MODERNE DE LA PENSÉE D'ISRAEL. ORGANE MENSUEL DE LIAISON INTERNATIONALE. NO. 38. MAI 1936. Geneva: Revue Juive de Genève, 1936. Wrappers; 8vo. 46 pages. In French. An issue from the Nazi-era.Covers sunned; pages browned; title of one article has been underlined in red pencil. Touch of egewear, Good condition. (H-32-5) (ID #14188) $30.00.
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  357. Morley, John F. VATICAN DIPLOMACY AND THE JEWS DURING THE HOLOCAUST 1939-1943. New York: Ktav, 1980. Cloth; 8vo. Xvii, 327 pages. Eleven appendices; notes; bibliography; index. Written by a priest and member of the Archdiocese of Newark's Sub-Committee on Catholic Jewish Relations. Examines the role of the Vatican during the war, and concludes that, although the Vatican was remarkably well informed about the Nazi "final solution, " the desire to maintain diplomatic relations with Germany restrained their reaction. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) World War, 1939-1945 -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church. Holocauste, 1939-1945. Guerre mondiale, 1939-1945 -- Église catholique. Named Corp: Catholic Church -- Foreign relations. Église catholique -- Relations extérieures. Very good + condition. (H-32-3) (ID #14175) $30.00.
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  359. Olitsky, L.; Aszendorf, Israel; Heller, Binem. יידישע שריפטן :‏ ‏ליטעראריש זאמלבוך /‏ YIDISHE SHRIFTN: LITERARISH ZAMLBUKH. Lodzsh: Fareyn Fun Yid. Literatn Un Zshurnalistn In Poyln, 1948. Original paper wrappers, 4to, 180 pages; 29 cm. With errata slip present. In Yiddish. All three authors were survivors; published amid the rubble of post-war Poland as Jewish life was being rebuilt there. Not the more common 1946 work of the same title with far fewer pages and different editorship. SUBJECT (S): Yiddish literature -- Poland. OCLC-Worldcat lists 11 copies worldwide. Light wear, Very Good Condition (Holo2-125-42) (ID #36070) $75.00.
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  361. Poland. Ministerstwo Informacji. THE GERMAN NEW ORDER IN POLAND. London: Published for the Polish Ministry of Information by Hutchinson, 1942. 1st edition. Original Cloth in dust jacket, 8vo, xiv, 585 pages, 27 leaves of plates (1 folded): illustrations, facsims, maps, 24 cm. Includes index. Subject: World War, 1939-1945. World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. Poland -- History Occupation, 1939-1945. Very good condition in Very Good Jacket with a bit of sunning to spine. Nice copy. (H-3-1) (ID #34782) $200.00.
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  363. Rowe, Leonard. POLITICS UNDER STRESS: THE JEWISH RESPONSE IN POLAND. Bennington, Vermont: The Bennington Review, 1968. Wrappers; large 8vo. 12 pages. Offprint. Cover soil; back page of one copy bent; else very good condition. (H-31-1) (ID #14156) $30.00.
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  365. Scrase, David; Mieder, Wolfgang. THE HOLOCAUST: INTRODUCTORY ESSAYS. Burlington, Vt.: The Center for Holocaust Studies at the University of Vermont, 1996. Paperback, 12mo vi, 264 pages. Includes map. 22 cm. "A product of careful deliberation, this text and reference book has been written by teachers and scholars, and is directed at a broad general audience." --from the Preface. Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents include: The emergence of modern antisemitism in Germany and Europe, by Francis R. Nicosia; The rise of Nazis to power, by Robert Bernheim; Nazi persecution in Germany and Austria, 1933-1939, by Francis R. Nicosia; The "Final solution", by Doris L. Bergen; Rescue and resistance, by Marion P. Pritchard; Language and folklore of the Holocaust, by Wolfgang Mieder; Literature of the Holocaust. Art and the Holocaust, by David Scrase; Music and the Holocaust, by Doris L. Bergen; Representing the Holocaust: film and video, by Marianne Hirsch and Leo Spitzer; The prosecution of Nazi war criminals: from IMT to OSI, by Steven B. Rogers; Religion and the Holocaust, by Joshua Chasan; Philosophical perspectives on the Holocaust, by J. Alan Moore; Antisemitism, neo-Nazism and xenophobia today, by Irene Kacandes; & Survivors, by Henia Lewin and Yehudi Lindeman. LCCN: 96-175006 SUBJECT(S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945). Very Good Condition. (H-40-2) (ID #13965) $30.00.
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  367. Steckel, Charles. DESTRUCTION AND SURVIVAL. Los Angeles: Delmar, 1973. Cloth; 8vo. 179 pages. Steckel's memoir of WWII, which he began as Chief Rabbi in Osijek; in part 2 he reproduces letters he received in 1941 from the Comissioners of the Jewish Religious Communities in Sarajevo; part 3 is a critique of Holocaust literature. On the Jews in Yugoslavia during the Holocaust, and the forces at War in Croatia and Bosnia. Scarce book. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. Excellent condition. (H-35-5) (ID #14240) $30.00.
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  369. Uppsala University Centre For Multiethnic Research. RESEARCH AGENDA: THE UPPSALA PROGRAMME FOR HOLOCAUST AND GENOCIDE STUDIES. Uppsala: Uppsala University, Centre for Multiethnic Research, 1999. Paper; 8vo. 120 pages. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Research. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Research -- Sweden. Genocide -- Research. Genocide -- Research -- Sweden. Note(s): Translation of: Forskningsplan: Programmet för studier kring Förintelsen och folkmord, Uppsala universitet. / Includes bibliographical references (p. 97-110). Excellent condition. (H-30-4) (ID #14134) $40.00.
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  371. Vecí., Czechoslovakia. Ministerstvo Zahranicních. TWO YEARS OF GERMAN OPPRESSION IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA. [London]; Czechoslovak Ministry Of Foreign Affairs, Dept. Of Information, 1941. Original Boards. 8vo. 151 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Issued by the Czechoslovak provisional government in London, which was recognized by the British government on July 21, 1940. With a preface by Edvard Benes. Detailed history of two years of Nazi terror in Czechoslovakia. With a brief history of the peaceful existence of the Czechoslovak Republic in the interwar period before the Munich Agreement, history of the German invasion, the immediate oppression of Christians, Jews, Workers, and Czechs, Nazi theories and forced policies of Aryanization, plundering, confiscations, executions, the Slovakia Protectorate; the recognition of the Czech provisional government in exile. Subjects: Germans - Czechoslovakia. Guerre mondiale 1939-1945. Occupation et résistance. Tchécoslovaquie occupée. Résistance extérieure. Londres. Guerre mondiale 1939-1945. Occupation et résistance. Tchécoslovaquie occupée. Administration allemande. Germans. Czechoslovakia - History. Bohemia and Moravia (Protectorate, 1939-1945) Tchékoslovaquie - Histoire - 1939-1945. Czechoslovakia. Czechoslovakia - Bohemia and Moravia (Protectorate). Institutional stamps on boards and endpages (duplicate of U. S. Senate Library); otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-118-11) (ID #34381) $30.00.
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  373. Wachsman, Z. H. TRAIL BLAZERS FOR INVASION [AUTHOR INSCRIBED]. New York: Frederick Ungar, 1943. Cloth; 8vo. X, 284 pages. Inscribed by author on title page. Subject: World War, 1939-1945 -- Occupied territories. Index on pages 284-285. Includes chapter on Jews. Corners bumped; backstrip detaching. Pages browning. Fair condition. (H-35-3) (ID #14241) $30.00.