David Franco Mendes, a Hebrew Poet.

Item #17883

Jerusalem: Massadah, 1951. Cloth. 8vo. 170 pages. Contains 8 pages of plates. In English and Hebrew, Melkman is writer and Yad Vashem director. Born in Amsterdam, during World War II Michman was deported to Belsen. Later he became head of the Jewish Agency cultural and immigration department in Holland. In 1957 he settled in Israel, where he was director of Yad Vashem, and from 1960 cultural director at the Ministry of Education. Among his writings are anthologies of Hebrew poetry and prose, Israel (1950) and Geliefde Vijand (1964) . He served as joint divisional editor of the Encyclopaedia Judaica on the Holocaust. (EJ editorial staff) . SUBJECT(S) : Poets, Hebrew. OCLC lists 7 copies worldwide. Extremely minimal bumping to edges. Very nice gilt lettering on spine and cover. Colored endpapers. Possible signature of author at front. Otherwise in Very Good condition. (SEF-4-9).

Price: $100.00

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