Lodz, Centraina Zydowska Komisja, 1946. Item #42484
1st edition. Original printed paper wrappers with red and blue, 8vo; 76 pages. In Polish. Title translates as, "Details About the Demographic Processes Among the Jewish Population of the Towns of: Lodz, Cracow, Lublin, During the German Occupation Period.” One of the earliest reports documenting numbers for nazi atrocities in these three major cities in central and southern Poland, contributing to the eventual total count of 6 million Jews murdered by the Nazis and their collaborators. Robinson & Friedman #2357. Wiener Library #I: 1370. Includes 12-page text summary in English on pages 61-72. Charts & graphs also include English and are easy to read. Published through the Kolegium Redakcyjne under the leadership of, among others, Filip Friedman & Jozef Wulf. An exceedingly well-documenated report on the displacement, migration, and extermination in and from these communities. The US Holocaust Museum keeps their copy in their Rare Book Collection. Nr. 29 in the series, “Wydawnictwa Centralnej Zydowskiej Komisji Historycznej.” Includes bibliographical references. The US Holocaust Museum keeps their copy in their Rare Books collection. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Poland. Juifs -- Pologne. -- History -- Occupation, 1939-1945. -- Histoire. OCLC: 764835. Paper toning as expected, but no wear to speak of, Very Good Condition thus. Important. (holo2-139-24XX-A-'mmev).