Item 5297. MEMORIAL MEETING (IN MEMORIAM) ISRAEL FRIEDLAENDER, BERNARD CANTOR, WHOSE LIVES WERE SACRIFICED JULY 5, 1920, IN THE CAUSE OF ISRAEL AND IN THE SERVICE OF HUMANITY

MEMORIAL MEETING (IN MEMORIAM) ISRAEL FRIEDLAENDER, BERNARD CANTOR, WHOSE LIVES WERE SACRIFICED JULY 5, 1920, IN THE CAUSE OF ISRAEL AND IN THE SERVICE OF HUMANITY

New York, American Funds For Jewish War Sufferers, Joint, 1920. Hardcover. Item #27124

Original Publisher’s Cloth. 8vo. 7-100 pages, ports. 24 cm. Friedlaender (1876-1920) was a scholar, Zionist and community activist. On July 10, 1920 he and Bernard Cantor (1892-1920), a U.S. Reform rabbi, were murdered by Soviet troops in Kiev, Ukraine while volunteers on a Joint Distribution Committee relief programs for Jewish victims of post-World War I antisemitism in Eastern Europe. SUBJECT(S): Named Persons: Friedlaender, Israel, 1876-1920. Cantor, Bernard, 1892-1920. Carnegie Hall, New York City, Thursday evening September 9, 1920. Very good condition. (FEST-1-32).

Price: $100.00

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