AKIK MEGHALTAK ÉS AKIK HARCOLTAK NÉPÜNK BECSÜLETÉÉRT
[Budapest]: Jewish Agency For Palestine Dokumentációs Osztálya, 1946. Paperback. Item #39627
1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, 8vo 32 pages. In Hungarian. Title translates as, “Those who Died and Fought for the Honor of our People. ” Heavily illustrated catalog of an exhibit in Budapest, 1946, to illustrate the persecution of the Hungarian Jews during World War II. Printed entirely on glossy paper, this catalog includes 55 photos, facsimiles, and other images from the exhibition, primarily anti-Nazi Hungarian Jewish artwork and posters, but also anti-Semitic posters, death cam photos, and scenes of new life in Palestine. “The picture material was collected by the Jewish Agency for Palestine Documentation Department in January 1946” (translated from page 2) . The Foreword notes (translated) that “The first anniversary of the liberation of the Budapest ghetto has arrived. It is time to bring to the world the terrible documents of the tragedy of Judaism and put the still unbelievers who turn their heads into thinking; those who do not believe because they do not want to believe. But not only the persuasion of the doubters is the goal of this attempt, but also of recalling over and over again for those who forget quickly. This is the purpose of this sad picture book, with all the cries, complaints and death blows coming from all sides. These pictures are just dull shadows of reality. ” Subjects: Jews--Persecutions--Hungary--History--20th century. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) --Hungary--Exhibitions. OCLC: 1022126577. OCLC lists just one copy anywhere (NLI) . Light wear to wrappers, old dampstains to margins, but no images or text affected. Very Rare and important. (HOLO2-139-13U).