Book details: HA-NETSIV VE-YIHUSO LE-HIBAT TSIYON: PEREK MI-TOLDOT HAYAV U-FE ‘ULOTAV
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Rivkind, Isaac
HA-NETSIV VE-YIHUSO LE-HIBAT TSIYON: PEREK MI-TOLDOT HAYAV U-FE ‘ULOTAV
Imprint: Lodz, Tse`ire Mizrahi, 1918
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
First edition of Rivkind’s first published book. Period boards. 8vo. 23 pages : portrait. 19 cm. In Hebrew. Title translates to “Naftali Zvi Yehuda Berlin and his Connection to Hibat Tsiyon from his Life and Actions. ” Isaac Rivkind (1895–1968) , was a “librarian and scholar. Rivkind was born in Lodz, Poland, and studied at the yeshivot of Volozhin and Ponevezh. During World War I and after he helped organize the Mizrachi movement of Poland. In 1917 he founded the Ze'irei Mizrachi in Lodz and in 1919–20 was a member of the Jewish National Council of Poland. In 1920 he was a delegate to the London Zionist Conference and from there proceeded to the U. S. To work on behalf of Mizrachi. In 1923 he began to work in the library of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, New York, eventually becoming chief of the Hebraica section. He was a co-founder of the U. S. Branch of the Yiddish Scientific Institute (YIVO) ; on the executive of the Hebrew PEN Club of the U. S. A; and a fellow of the American Academy for Jewish Research. During World War II and in the immediate postwar years he was the national chairman in the U. S. Of the League for Religious Labor in Palestine. ” (EJ 2008) . SUBJECTS: Berlin, Naphtali Z? Evi Judah, -- 1817-1893- Zionism. OCLC and WorldCat list 6 holdings worldwide. Significant edgewear. Boards nearly detached. Binding and spine falling apart. Pages loose. Browning to pages. Ex-library markings. Minimal pencil and pen markings that do not affect text. Fair condition. (HEB-51-1) xx, Zionism6
Stock number:38331.