New York; World Federation Of Hungarian Jews, 1969-1973. Hardcover. Item #42046
Original Cloth. 8vo. X, 346; XIV, 300; XI, 324 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Final two volumes of the three volume compilation, published serially with each volume standing on its own, of Hungarian Jewish History from the 18th century on, edited by Randolph Braham, with a major emphasis on the holocaust period. Includes detailed descriptions of local community history, genealogy, demography: The Jewish Congress 1868-1869 by Nathaniel Katzburg - Demography 1910-1941 by Erno Laszlo - Roosevelt's efforts to save the Jews in Hungary by Henry Feingold - War crime trials by Jeno Levai; "A Race With Time': A Statement," by Samu (Samuel) Stern; "Statement," by Ernö (Ernest) Petö. "Report on Hungary: March 19 - August 9, 1944," by Fülöp (Philip) Freudinger, et al.; "The Diary of Otto Komoly: August 21 - September 16, 1944," by Otto Komoly; "The War Crimes Trials Relating to Hungary," A Follow-Up," by Jenö (Eugene) Levai; "The Destruction of Hungarian Jewry as Reflected in the Palestine Press," by Raphael Vago; and other essays. Subjects: Jews – Hungary. World Federation of Hungarian Jews. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Hungary. Light tear to edges of jackets, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good + condition in vg jackets. (BRAHAM-1-39A).