London, World Union Of Jewish Students, 1970. Paperback. Item #38565

Original illustrated paper wrappers. 8vo. 76 pages; 23 cm. In English and Hebrew. Commentary in English. Includes illustrations, diagrams, and black-and-white photographs as well as songs. An activist haggadah. “This Haggadah is offered to the people of the Fourth World. You Jewish comrades who realize our struggle as the emergence from our exile. After a long sleep, we are awakening to the memory of our history and the sound of our language, beginning the struggle back to ourselves. Coming home. We are of the Fourth World: one revolution beyond the politics of the Third World, one vision beyond the present moment. This Haggadah is offered to you, notes for your feast: the roots of Torah and Talmud, the poems and proverbs and legends of those who came before us. And wide margins so that you may mark your own commentary to prepare for the night of liberation. ” The World Union of Jewish Students “is the international, pluralistic, non-partisan umbrella organization of independent Jewish student groups in 38 countries. Founded in 1924 by Hersch Lauterpacht with Albert Einstein as its first President...While Albert Einstein served as President of WUJS his Vice-Presidents included Chaim Weizman, Chaim Nachman Bialik and Sigmund Freud. Einstein was succeeded by Ernst Bergmann who was himself succeeded by David Ben Gurion, the first Prime Minister of the State of Israel” (Wikipedia 2017) . SUBJECT(S) : Haggadot, Liturgy, Seder. OCLC lists 18 holdings worldwide. Minimal staining. Minimal pencil markings that somewhat affect text. Very good condition. (HAG-19-13).

Price: $150.00

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