London; Mizrachi Federation And Bachad Fellowship, 1942. Item #33541

Original Wraps. 8vo. 16 pages. 21 cm. First edition. In English with three pages of Hebrew at rear. Torah v'Avodah Library. Contains discussion of the significance and laws of the Feast, the Kindling of the Lights, and contains Hebrew passages from Talmud, Midrash, and Maimonides. With discussion of the celebration of the feast in Eretz Israel. Bachad was a religious Zionist youth movement in pre-war Germany called Brit Chalutzim Datiim which shortened its name “to its initial letters Bachad. Its members prepared themselves for Aliya. A group of them came over to England among the refugees who were permitted to enter this country in the years immediately before the war. They were accommodated in a castle in Wales [Gwrych Castle] and set up Hachshara centres in Bromsgrove and other places, as well as a Merkaz Limmud in Manchester to which members came from the Hachsharah centres for periods of three or six months for intensive Jewish studies. Later on a farm was bought at Thaxted in Essex which became not only a model Hachsharah centre but very quickly a successful agricultural venture which at one time won first prize for having the best milk yielding cow in Essex! ” (Bauk, 2013) . Subjects: Hannukah. OCLC lists one copy (Natl Libr Israel) . Ex-libris stamp of Aron Owen (author of a short biography on Rashi) . Light soiling to wraps, otherwise fresh. Good + condition. Quite scarce. (SPEC-40-17).

Price: $300.00

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