Istanbul; N. Guleryuz, 1992. Item #35000
Original Wraps. 12mo. 27,  pages. 20 cm. 2Nd Revised edition. Published to mark the five hundredth year of the expulsion of Jews from Spain and their welcome to Ottoman Lands. Condensed from a lecture by Naim Guleryuz, the Curator of the Jewish Museum in Turkey and Vice President of the Quincentennial Foundation of Turkey. Contains a condensed history of Jewish life in Anatolia, the Sepharad exile, the life of Ottoman Jews, the Turkish Republic, Equality, and shelter from Nazi Persecution; and Turkish Jews today, with a description of cultural, communal, educational, and synagogues, highlighting the community in Istanbul. Illustrated through, with five pages of plates (some color photographs) at rear. Subjects: Jews - Turkey - History. Sephardim - Turkey - History. Ethnic relations. Jews. Sephardim. History. Turkey - Ethnic relations. OCLC lists 18 copies of this edition. Institutional stamps on endpages and title page, otherwise clean and fresh. Good condition. (SEF-51-27).