1200 books matched your search criteria.
1200 books have been returned starting at 1.
Click on the bookseller's name for bookseller contact information, sales conditions and to search or browse stock.
Imprint: Buenos Aires, 1954
Binding: Paperback
Original Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 160 pages. In Yiddish with Spanish title page. On the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Covers worn and detached but present. Internal pages in good condition. (HOLO2-10-12)., HOLO2
Stock number:20836.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Amsterdam : Anne Frank House., 1990s?
Binding: Paperback
12mo. 16 pages. Illustrated guide book from the museum tour. SUBJECT (S) : Antisemitism – Germany – museum; National socialism; Anne Frank Museum; Frank family; Frank, Anne, 1929-1945 – museum. OCLC lists no copies worldwide. Very good condition. (HOLO2-8-4), HOLO2, bibliog2a
Stock number:20814.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: No Publisher., 1941.
Binding: Paperback
4to. 36 pages. Primarily deals with Jewish refugees from Europe fleeing the Holocaust. SUBJECT (S) : Employment services -- Jewish. OCLC lists no copies worldwide. Pencil on cover, occasional fingerprints throughout, small chips and tears around edges, good condition. (AMR-15-5), AMR2, holo2, holo3
Stock number:18634.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London: Association Of Jewish Refugess In Great Britain,, 1951
Binding: Paperback
Original paper wrappers, 8vo., 75 pages. Edition: 10th anniversary publication. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Great Britain. Jewish refugees. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. Contents include: "Our Legacy" by Leo Baeck, "Some Facts about the Jewish Refugees" by Werner Rosenstock, "German Jews and Anglo-Jewry" by Rabbi Dr. Ignaz Maybaum, "The Newcomers in Trade and Industry" by Dr. Leon Zeitlin, and a series of articles on Contributions to Science and Arts. Includes period advertisements. Light wear and tanning to cover, light staining to margins of first 25 pages. Good condition. (MX-34-37), BRIT1, HOLO8, Comhist2, holo8
Stock number:28010.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London: Association Of Jewish Refugess In Great Britain,, 1951
Binding: Paperback
Original paper wrappers, 8vo., 75 pages. Edition: 10th anniversary publication. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Great Britain. Jewish refugees. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. Contents include: "Our Legacy" by Leo Baeck, "Some Facts about the Jewish Refugees" by Werner Rosenstock, "German Jews and Anglo-Jewry" by Rabbi Dr. Ignaz Maybaum, "The Newcomers in Trade and Industry" by Dr. Leon Zeitlin, and a series of articles on Contributions to Science and Arts. Includes period advertisements. Small patch of the cover rubbed away, obstructing part of title text. Otherwise, very good condition. (MX-34-38), BRIT1, HOLO8, Comhist2, holo8
Stock number:28011.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Weimar, Volksverlag, 1960
Binding: Paperback
Original Paper Wrappers. 21 pages. Illus. 20 cm. In German. Title translates to English as, “Buchenwald: A Guide Through the Memorial. ” Includes maps, significant dates. SUBJECT (S) : Buchenwald (Concentration camp) . Wrappers worn but solid. Internal pages are tanned, but not fragile. Good Condition. (HOLO2-93-17), HOLO8, ger8, cds
Stock number:30245.
$US 50.00
Imprint: [London] : East And West Library For The Tercentenary Council,, 1956
Binding: Hardcover
Cloth, 8vo. , 122 pages. Sections on "The Shadow of the Swastika" (pp. 74-75) and "England and Zionism" (pp.81-86) . JTS keeps their copy in the rare book room. SUBJECT(S) : Jews in art. Jews in art -- History. Art, Jewish. Art, Jewish -- Exhibitions. Joden. Kunstvoorwerpen. Other Titles: Anglo-Jewish art and history. Light wear and sunning to spine. Otherwise very good condition. (HOLO2-20-20), MX3, ART1, Brit1, Zionism1, bibliog2a
Stock number:23602.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
American Jewish Committee, New York, 1943. Holocaust Period. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, pages 451-559. Very good condition (P-2-17)
Stock number:17471.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: No Place (amsterdam), Nederlands-Israel. Kerkgen., 1954
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paper Wrappers
1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 105 pages. In the original Dutch. Not in Wolff nor Robinson & Friedman. Published by the Nederlands-Israelietisch- & Portugees-Israelietisch- Kergenootschaps. Two of the Anne Franks who survived, but certainly not without their own set of scars. This is the heart wrenching story of the repeated "kidnapping" of these two girls by the foster families who had raised them during the war and, after liberation, refused to give the girls up. The autorities and Jewish community, of course, wanted the Girls returned. The book includes the entire drama with documents and newspapaper articles. Very Good Condition (H-41-2), sef1, holo4, mx, holo12a. Illustr: Illustrated by 6 Photo Plates (5 Documents)
Stock number:14039.
$US 50.00
Imprint: [Tel Aviv] : Ringelblum-Institut, 1966
Binding: Hardcover
(FT) (FT) Cloth, 8vo, 215 pages, in Yiddish, with pictures, Title on title page verso: Drai: three, Biography of Pola Elster, Hersh Berlinski and Eliyahu Erlikh, who were all three ambitous, political and active in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. All three of them were killed in 1944. SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Poland -- Biography. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland. Covers worn, some staining to edges, hinge repair, otherwise very clean copy in very good condition (HOLO2-98-21xx), HOLO8, EE2, COMHIST2, YID1, MEA order more from nybc
Stock number:30273.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, N. Y. : Institute Of Jewish Affairs, World Jewish Congress., 1958
Binding: Paper wrappers
8vo. 12 pages. In English. Organization formed during the Holocaust, active in the American Jewish response to the Shoah. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Societies, etc. Institute of Jewish Affairs. Institute of Jewish Affairs -- Catalogs. In very good condition. (AMR31-25), MX3, AMR2, holo4
Stock number:23814.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York: American ORT Federation
Pamphlet, 1 page fold out. No date, but appears to be early post-war. Advertises the ORT vocational training system for Jewish refugees around the world. Crease along center of pamphlet. (HOLO2-20-32), Mx3, holo3
Stock number:23620.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Tel-Aviv: Igud Yots'e Lit?a Be-Yisra'el,, 1980
Binding: Paperback
(FT) paper wrappers, 8vo. , 261 pages. , [8] pages. Of plates. In Hebrew. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Jewish. Named Person: Yelin, Haim, 1912-1944. Translation from the Yiddish original: H? Ayim Yelin, der get? O-k? Emfer un shrayber. OCLC lists 18 copies worldwide. Light wear and staining to covers, text in very good condition. (HOLO2-84-8), Yid1, HOLO8b, HOLO8a ac
Stock number:28558.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Buenos Aires : Di Bundishe Grupe., 1943.
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. 205 pages. In Yiddish. Illustrated. Memorial book to the two murdered Bundist leaders, published 2 years after their deaths. Alter (1890–1941) , was a “leader of the Bund in Poland. Alter was born in Mlawa, Poland, into a wealthy hasidic family. He graduated as an engineer in 1910, in Liège, Belgium. In 1912 he became active in the Bund in Warsaw. Exiled to Siberia for his political activities, he later escaped. During World War I, Alter found employment in England, as a laborer and then as an engineer. He returned to Poland after the February Revolution in 1917 and became a member of the central committee of the Bund. Between 1919 and 1939 Alter was one of the prominent leaders of the Bund and Jewish trade unions in Poland. He was a Warsaw city councilor for almost 20 years, and after 1936 a member of the board of the Jewish community. After the Germans invaded Poland in September 1939, Alter escaped to the Russian-occupied zone. However, he was soon arrested with his associate, Henryk Erlich. They were both executed on December 4, 1941, in Kuibyshev” (Ezekiel Lifschutz in EJ, 2007) . SUBJECT(S) : Jewish socialists – Poland – biography; Political prisoners – Soviet Union – biography; Erlich, Henryk, 1882-1941; Alter, Victor, 1890-1941. OCLC lists 11 copies worldwide. Patterned endpapers, spots of wear on cloth of front cover, some pages creased in upper corners, good condition. (HOLO2-7-27), HOLO2, yid1, yidleft1, bund1
Stock number:20810.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Jerusalem, Yad Vashem, 1974
Softcover, 215 pages, 8vo, 21 cm. Contents: European history as the seedbed of the Holocaust . Jacob L. Talmon -- The influence of the Holocaust on the change in the attitude of world Jewry to Zionism and the State of Israel. Nahum Goldmann -- The Holocaust and the struggle of the Yishuv as factors in the establishment of the State of Israel. Yehuda Bauer -- The Holocaust as background for the decision of the United Nations to establish a Jewish state. David Horowitz -- The Holocaust as a factor in the national awakening of Soviet Jewry. Shmuel Ettinger. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Congresses. Zionism -- History -- Congresses. Israel and the diaspora -- Congresses. Holocaust. Joden. Translation of ha-Shoah veha-tekumah. Browning of pages. Good condition. (Holo2-18-18), Mx3, holo3, holo8, inbt, mea
Stock number:23736.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
Folded leaf (8-1/2 x 17) , illustrated. Newsletter with articles on services to Hungarian and Egyptian refugees in Austria and France, and Israeli immigrants. OCLC lists two libraries worldwide holding this title (Harvard Univ. , Stanford Univ. ) . Minor tears and folds. (Holo5-42-12), Holo5, period1
Stock number:26531.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, ?
Binding: Paperback
Wrappers, 8vo, 12 pages, illustrated. DP-era newsletter with articles focusing on goals for 1951. This issue is the last printed in 12-page format. OCLC lists two libraries worldwide holding this title (Harvard Univ. , Stanford Univ. ) . Printed in purple and black. Small tear on back cover; address label and postmark printed on back, address correction written in ink. (Holo5-42-12), Holo5, period1
Stock number:26532.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Segall Printing, 1952
Binding: Paper Wrappers
4to. 4 Pages. In English. DP era imprint. The Jewish Council of 1933 was a Jewish organization founded by men and women who had “found refuge and home in the United States of America form persecution and oppression in Europe. ” Its purpose was to assist refugees abroad and newcomers to the United States. It was founded in 1933 as the Council of Jewish Emigrees and changed its name to the Council of 1933, Inc. In 1946. The organization dissolved in 1977. In very good condition (GER24-1), GER7, SPEC2, holo4
Stock number:25545.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, N. Y. : Morning Freiheit Association, 1946-1957
Binding: Paperback
Wrappers, 8vo, 36 pages, illustrated. Stories on UN decisions on Palestine, civil rights, anti-Semitism, Jews in American painting; includes fiction and letters. Jewish-Communist periodical from just after the war. SUBJECTS: Jews -- United States -- Periodicals. Natural yellowing, folded along spine, otherwise very good condition. (Holo2-42-1), Holo5, period1, Zionism1, rad1, amr4
Stock number:26520.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
()
Imprint: The Conference On Jewish Relations, 1943
Binding: Paper wrappers
8vo. 4 pages. In English. Index of articles from the Holocaust period. (AMR-27-50), AMR4, bibliog4, holo9, period1
Stock number:31535.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Digest & Review,, 1936
Softcover, 12 pages, long 8vo, 22 cm. Holocaust-era look at the Jewish community/ies in the US. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- United States. Jewish question. Cover title. Condensed version of research originally published in Fortune magazine and later published in book form by Random House. OCLC lists 14 copies worldwide. Wear to edges. Light wear. Otherwise, very good condition. (Holo2-22-16) ., Mx3, Holo4, comhist2, amr5
Stock number:23849.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Hardback
Ierusalim (i.e. Jerusalem): "Amana", 1977. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 118 pages, [12] pages of plates. Includes many illustrations. 20 cm. In Russian. LCCN: 86-135676. SUBJECT(S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945). Very Good Condition. (H-41-20), holo12a
Stock number:14030.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: [n.s.], [Mid-Late 1930s]
Binding: Hardback
Prayer Pamphlet from from Kol Nidre service of American synagogue. 16mo. One sheet. 18 cm. In English with some Hebrew. There is a reference to the Holocaust in the header, which states: “To the Congregation. Mindful of the distressed condition of the Jews of Germany, let us commune together as the choir sings the words of the following anthem –” followed by Psalm 86. Light crease, otherwise in very good condition. (AMR-38-13), AMR4, HOLO9, LITURGY2, CDS
Stock number:30980.
$US 50.00
Imprint: [Germany?], [1933-1940?]
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
Letter sized leaflet. 2 pages. 21x30 cm. In German. Doubled sided display leaflet containing the “Ehrenplakette des Führers”, “Honour Plaque of the Fuhrer” on one side, and Nazi propaganda on the back. The front page contains a photographic facsimile of the famous plaque of Hitler done by Walter Wolff in 1933, with a Hitler quote in German inscribed in the plaque: “Ich glaube an deutschland und kämpfe dafür heute und morgen und in derzukunft bis unser der sieg ist” which translates as: “I believe in Germany and fighting for today, tomorrow and in the future until our victory is done. ” The backpage contains another Hitler quote, three paragraphs about the national socialist struggle, and the street address of the original plaque as found in Berlin. This plaque was duplicated and instituted as the official bronze portrait installed in public spaces, schools and official institutions throughout nazi Germany, and was also duplicated and sold commercially to nazi citizens Nazi Germany. This leaflet was most likely printed in Germany and imported as propaganda and distributed as a gift piece to pro-nazi Germans overseas. The sculptor, Walter Wolff (1887 - 1966) , was commissioned to do the Portrait Plaque of Adolf Hitler in 1933; he was a sculptor and lithographer based in Berlin, a student of Georg Kolbe and Louis Tuaillon, and a successful nazi artist. Subjects: German-American Bund. Hitler Plaque. Edges chipped and fragile, lightly soiled as well. Fair condition. (LB-5-15) Xxx, Ger8, holo9. (ja)
Stock number:30753.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Kopenhaga, Zydowscy Socjalisci "bund" W Danii, 1979
Edition: First Edition (?)
Binding: Paper Wrappers
4to; 26 pages; Bundist Newsletter from Denmark. Trilingual, in Polish, Danish, & Yiddish! Low-budget xerox production makes me think they weren't producing too many copies.Very good condition. (YID-11-15), yidper
Stock number:24683.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Polish Labor Group
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paper Wrappers
PRICE IS PER ISSUE. Very Good Condition; 8vo; 5 issues from the first 3 years of this fascinating bi-weekly support newsletter/magazine started prior to US entry into WWII. Membership and leadership of the Polish Labor Group (later the American Friends of Polish Democracy) was heavily Jewish, and included various American antifascists, Socialists & labor leaders. The masthead includes such names as Robert MacIver (Chairman) , Louis Adamic, David Dubinsky, Algernon Lee, Louis Bromfield, Morris R. Cohen, Fiorello La Guardia, Arthur Garfield Hays, Louis Hollander, Sidney Hook, Max Lerner, Gunnar Myrdal, etc. Some of the articles in this run include: The Underground Struggle; Polish-Jewish Underground Collaboration; German Invaders and Polish Intellectuals; Working people of Poland fights [sic] anti-semitism; Partial destruction of the Ghetto wall; Discussion of Polish Antisemitism; Polish Slavery under Hitler's "New Order"; News from the Ghetto; The Undergroudn Jewish paper against Nazi orders; In a Nazi Concentration Camp [survivor tells about Mauthausen & Dachau]; Jewish Ghetto; The professors of Cracow University in a Concentration Camp; New Criminal Code for Poles & Jews; The Fate of the Polish Intelligensia; The Attitude of the American Jewish Workers; Humor in Occupied Warsaw; The Hell of the Concentration Camp in Oswiecim; Treblinka A Ghetto for Women; Two Jewish Ghettos in One Town; etc. Issues for 1941 are published by American Friends of Polish Democracy. The periodical began June 5, 1941, and ceased publication with vol. 6 no. 87 in June/July of 1946. Vols. 1-2 lack volume numbering, using only the issue number; Volumes 3-6 include volume numbers but continue the issue numbersing scheme from Volumes 1 & 2. (HOLO2-34-74A), HOLO5
Stock number:27499.
$US 50.00
Imprint: United Jewish Appeal, 1957
Binding: Paperback
Paper wrappers, 8vo. , 10 pages. Cover photograph of a survivor with tattoo holding her newborn baby. Pen mark on cover, Stain to corner of covers and pages. Good + condition. (SEF-35-8), Holo5, mx3, zionism1
Stock number:25342.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
New York, Jewish Agricultural Society, 1939. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 7 pages. Holocaust refugees. Extract from the Annual Report of The Jewish Agricultural Society, Inc. Slight fold, small corner chip, Good+ condition. (HOLO2-82-7), HOLO8, AMR4, INBT, JA
Stock number:17506.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Seder Ritual Committee, 1960
Binding: Hardback
Pamphlet. 8vo. 4 pages. 24 cm. In English and Hebrew. SUBJECT (S) : Seder -- Liturgy. Judaism -- Liturgy. Cover Subtitle: “Lest We Forget! ” OCLC lists only 5 copies worldwide (Hebrew Union College, Eastern Shores Library System, Mead Public Library, University of Leeds, Harvard College Library) . Cover and pages are creased but all text is clear. Very good condition. (HOLO2-37-17)., Holo5, heb2, cds, HOLO9, JA
Stock number:26404.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Paris, Internationaler Sozialistischer Kampf-Bund
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Some wear, paper starting to brown but not fragile. Many are stamped "probenummer" on front cover. ; 8vo; We have available the following issues: Vol 10 (1935) : #s 1, 2, 3, 4, 11, 12; Vol 11 (1936) : #s 3, 4, 8, 9, 13; Vol 12 (1937) : #s 9, 10, 11, & 12 ; 24 cm. German anti-fascist periodical published from France during Hitler's reign, essentially as an exile periodical. Excellent insight in to Socialist critiques of the Nazis from those who had been, until recently, inside Germany. Some writers include: Martin Hart, Hans Israel, Walter Buchholz, E. Kolb, Fritz Kempf, Arthur Seehof, Fritz Dreher, etc, Includes material on Antisemitism, Zionism, the Spanish Civil War, Pacifism, etc. Socilaistische Wart was issued monthly through 1935; then biweekly and later weekly. It began in May 1934 and ceased publication in May 1940 with Volume 15. Issues for May-Oct. 1934 are called 1. Jahrgang [volume 1]. ; beginning Nov. 1934, they are called 9. Jahrgang [Vol 9], continuing the numbering of the earlier title, ISK. Price is per issue. (HOLO2-135-27), holo15
Stock number:5772.
$US 50.00
Imprint: 1938-1940
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
Paper Wraps. 8vo. 24 cm. In German. Vol 13 (1938) , Nr. 23; Vol 14 1939) , Nr. 10, 18, 19; Vol 15 (1940) , Nr. 8 , Most issues are approx. 30 pages long. Anti-fascist periodical published from France during Hitler's reign, essentially as an exile periodical. Excellent insight in to Socialist critiques of the Nazis from those who had been, until recently, inside Germany. Some writersi nclude: Martin Hart, Hans Israel, Walter Buchholz, E. Kolb, Fritz Kempf, Arthur Seehof, Fritz Dreher, etc, Includes material on Antisemitism, Zionism, the Spanish Civil War, Pacifism, etc. Sozialistische Warte was issued monthly through 1935; then biweekly and later weekly. It began in May 1934 and ceased publication in May 1940 with Volume 15. Issues for May-Oct. 1934 are called 1. Jahrgang [volume 1]. ; beginning Nov. 1934, they are called 9. Jahrgang [Vol 9], continuing the numbering of the earlier title, ISK. First Edition. Binding is Paper Wrappers. OCLC lists 20 copies worldwide, but some library holdings may be incomplete. Some issues have lightly stained covers and/or stamped with “Tauschexemplar. Bitte besprechen. ” Vol 14, Nr. 10 & 18 have writing on cover. Internal pages are in slightly darkened at edges, but all text is clear and binding is tight. Good condition. (HOLO2-31-38) Price is per issue. Xxxx, Holo5, ger7new, cds
Stock number:26245.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Paperback
Bonn, 1998. Wrappers; 4to. 32 pages. In German. Illustrated with photographs. Shows the official West German governmental perspective on the Nazi period, from the period just prior to reunification. Excellent condition. (H-31-3), holo12a
Stock number:14167.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, N. Y. : World Coordinating Committee Of The Bundist And Affiliated Jewish Socialist Organizations In Various Countries.
Paper, 8 pages. Published monthly.. The cover story is “The State of Israel”, reporting on the proclamation of the new state, expressing both awe and dismay. SUBJECT (S) : Socialism -- United States – Periodicals; Jews -- United States – Periodicals; Working class -- United States -- Periodicals. OCLC lists seven libraries worldwide holding this periodical. Excellent condition. Price for all 6 issues. (Holo2-30-19), Holo5, LF, Zionism1
Stock number:26111.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, N. Y. : World Coordinating Committee Of The Bundist And Affiliated Jewish Socialist Organizations In Various Countries.
Paper, 8 pages. Published monthly.. The cover story of the June 1948 issue is “The State of Israel”, reporting on the proclamation of the new state, expressing both awe and dismay. SUBJECT (S) : Socialism -- United States – Periodicals; Jews -- United States – Periodicals; Working class -- United States -- Periodicals. OCLC lists seven libraries worldwide holding this periodical. Excellent condition. (Holo2-30-19), Holo5, LF, Zionism1
Stock number:28007.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, American Jewish Committee, 1935
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paper Wrappers
1st edition. Original printed paper wrappers, 8vo; x, 177 pages; 21 cm. Contemporary report. Includes List of recent German books on pages 64-66. Early expose of treatment of Jews in Germany. "A special chapter is devoted to an analytical summary of the anti-Jewish laws, decrees, and ordinances. Preceeding this chapter, is a concise description of the number, distribution, and economic situation of the Jews in Germany before the present Regime....Following this information is a brief outline of the methods and material of propoganda which paved the way for the anit-Jewish measures adopted after the accession of the National Socialists to power. " Pen mark and rubbing to wrappers, Good+ condition. (holo2-138-19), mx2, holo3, ger7, comhist2
Stock number:39454.
$US 50.00
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society of America, 1968. 1st edition. Cloth, 8vo. Maps (on lining papers) , 22 cm. Related Names: Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews. Sponsored by the Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews. Includes bibliographies and index. Subjects: Jews--Czechoslovakia--History. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) --Czechoslovakia. Czechoslovakia--Civilization--Jewish influences. Czechoslovakia--Ethnic relations. Gilt lettering on spine, underlining (in pen) , good condition in good jacket. (Ch-7)
Stock number:15553.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
[New York? ], Central Conference of American Rabbis, 1939. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 18 pages. Holocaust period publication. OCLC lists one copy worldwide (HUC) Small tear on spine. Very Good condition. (P-2-15)
Stock number:17520.
$US 50.00
Imprint: The American Jewish Committee, March 1945
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Folio. 110 pages. In English. In good condition. (k-Holo2-10-26), HOLO2
Stock number:20850.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, United Comm. To Commemorate, 1953
Binding: Hardcover
Original boards. 8vo; 53, 75 pages; Some text in English, some in Yiddish. Nice book Co-sponsored by the Emma Lazarus Federation, the Furrier Joint Council of N. Y. & the Joint Board of the Fur Dressers & Dyers Unions. Bumps to edges. Very Good Condition. (HOLO2-127-6), HOLO13, inbt ae
Stock number:36370.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Berlin: The Council, 1951
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, 199 pages, 8vo, 25 cm. East German expose of the encouragement of old nazi elements in West Germany by the US and Britain to bolster what would become cold warrior forces. SUBJECT (S) : Germany -- Politics and government -- 1945-1990. Germany (West) -- Relations -- United States. United States -- Relations - Germany (West) . Translation of Weissbuch uber die amerikanischenglische Interventionalspolitik in Westdeutschland. Includes index. Ex-library. Hinge repair. Wear to edges of cover. Otherwise, Very Good Condition. (Holo2-18-29), Holo3, mx3
Stock number:23297.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Nyu York: Yidisher Arbeter-Komitet, 1942
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
1st edition. Original boards. 8vo. 80 pages, includes maps, 22 cm. In Yiddish. Title translates to “Jews after the War: Report from the First Conference of the Jewish Labor Committee. ” The Jewish Labor Committee was founded in 1934 in response to the rise of Nazism in Europe. Today, it works to maintain and strengthen the historically strong relationship between the American Jewish community and the trade union movement, and to promote what they see as the shared social justice agenda of both communities (Wikipedia, 2018) . SUBJECTS: Holocaust — Reconstruction (1939-1951) -- Jews. Very Good Condition. (YID-40-84), Holo17
Stock number:40169.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York: Random House,, 1983
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, x, 336 pages, plates: illustrated, 8vo, 25 cm. First American Edition. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Canada -- Politics and government. Jewish refugees -- Canada. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . Holocauste, 1939-1945. Juifs -- Canada -- Politique et gouvernement. Refugies juifs -- Canada. Canada -- Emigration and immigration. Canada -- Ethnic relations. Canada -- Emigration et immigration. Canada -- Relations interethniques. Includes bibliographical references and index. Wear to edges of dust jacket. Otherwise, good condition. (Holo2-18-10), Mx3, holo3
Stock number:23728.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Rockville, MD; Kar-Ben Copies, 1983
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 8vo. [48] pages. 22 cm. First edition. 41 illustrations. First “published by Kar-Ben, Abell's book uses a chronological organization, beginning with 'Before the Nazis . . . Some children lived in towns like this, ’ showing ordinary settings. Later, children are seen hungry in the streets; one is shot while being held by a woman. The pictures of happier times, the naming of specific children who died, and an economy of words increase the ghastly impact. Total despair does not reign; some children survive. Young readers will feel empowered almost saved through identification by these children's strategies for rescue, hiding and escape. The book is meant to be shared with someone who can explain the images; its message is one that richly deserves a wide audience. ” (Review; 1986 Reed Business Information) Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Pictorial works - Juvenile literature. Jewish children in the Holocaust - Pictorial works - Juvenile literature. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . Light institutional marks on endpages, otherwise fine in okay jacket. Very good condition. (HOLO2-104-40), holo9, yidchi2. (ja)
Stock number:31635.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
São Paulo : The Author, 1979. Paper wrappers, 8vo. , 78 pages. In Portuguese. Inscribed by the author in year after publication. Izkor means "remembrance" in Hebrew. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland. Spine title: Izkor -- documentário de Ben Abraham. Photographs, maps and facsimiles throughout. OCLC lists 7 copies worldwide of 1979 edition. Very good condition. (HOLO2-17-13), Mx3, Holo3holo4, mx3
Stock number:23877.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society Of America,, 1951
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. 164 pages. 22 cm. First edition. A novel about a Jewish-American family in a small town in Pennsylvania, who adopt an young Jewish refugee and war orphan from Europe. The author, a lawyer, novelist, and poet, was President of the Jewish Family Service of Philadelphia, and had a direct role in the resettlement of hundreds of Jewish refugees and survivors from Europe in the post-holocaust period. Subjects: Jews - Fiction. Jewish fiction. Refugees – American Fiction. Exceedingly fresh, in great jacket. Very good + condition. A beautiful copy. (HOLO2-115-54), Holo10, amr5. (ja)
Stock number:34070.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Oxford, UK; B. Blackwell, 1988
Softbound. 8vo. VI, 264, [4] pages. 23 cm. First paperback edition. Four pages of plates. Papers presented at the International Conference on Polish-Jewish Studies, held in Oxford, in Sept. 1984. Published in association with the Institute for Polish-Jewish Studies, Oxford. “By the end of the 17th century probably three quarters of world Jewry dwelt within the borders of the Polish republic, which became not only a haven from persecution but the centre of a flourishing Jewish culture. This culture survived the decline and partition of the Polish state and in the 19th century became the seedbed for the intellectual movements that were to transform the Jewish world - zionism, secularism, socialism and neo-orthodoxy. With the development of mass emigration from the late 19th century onwards, the influence of Jews from the former Polish Republic was carried to Western Europe, North and South America, South Africa and Australasia. The Jews in Poland focuses on the relationship of the Jews to the other peoples with whom they lived - sometimes in harmony, sometimes in conflict - to offer a general outline of the most significant factors in the evolution of Jewish life in Poland from the beginnings of Jewish settlement to the present day. ” (Publishers description) . Subjects: Jews - Poland - History - Congresses. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Poland - Congresses. Joden. Poland - Ethnic relations - Congresses. Light wear to wraps, previous owners stamp on endpage, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition (EE-4-12A), Ee2, holo9. (ja)
Stock number:32176.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Oxford University Press, 1987
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 8vo. XXII, 310, [2] pages. 24 cm. First edition. “In this work Jacques Adler, a former member of the French resistance, asks: ‘Are people powerless when confronted with a State determined to destroy them? Why didn't more Jews survive the Holocaust? How did we survive? Did we, the survivors, do all that we could, at the time, to help more people survive? ’ In answering these questions, Adler examines the diverse Jewish organizations that existed in Paris during the German occupation from 1940 to 1944. The first part of the book analyzes the national composition of the Jewish population, its expropriation and daily life. The remaining chapters discuss the roles, activities, and policies of various Jewish organizations as they supported Jews in their search for survival, alerted the non-Jewish population to the terrible threat faced by every Jewish family, and acted as representatives of the Jewish people-a role that led to inevitable administrative cooperation with the Nazis and Vichy. Combining careful scholarship with a survivor's zeal to set the record straight, Adler gives an insider's account of resistance members, whose determination was born of the pain and anger that came from the loss of loved ones, whose political ideology sustained them even when they faced the threat of starvation and the loneliness of clandestine existence, and whose anguish was all the more intense because they belonged to that community in Paris that was selected as fodder for the "Final Solution. " Thoroughly researched and drawing upon previously unavailable materials, Adler presents an important portrait of communal solidarity and communal conflict, of heroes and those whose courage failed. “ (Publishers description) . Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - France - Paris. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - France - Paris. World War, 1939-1945 - Jewish resistance - France - Paris. Union Générale des Israélites de France. Light shelf wear. Very good + condition in very good jacket. (HOLO2-100-13), Holo7, comhist2, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:30288.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Paris, Adrien-Maisonneuve., 1929
Binding: Hardback
Paper Wraps. 68 pages. 8vo. In French. A bibliography of ancient and rare books from bookseller Adrien-Maisonneuve. Includes 50 titles under Judaica. OCLC lists 2 libraries worldwide (Ibero-Amerikanisches Inst. , Germany; Univ. Of Basel Universitatsbibliothek, Switzerland) . Lacks backstrip. Covers discolored with small tear at base of spine. Stamps on front-inside cover and back cover. Interior pages are slightly discolored at edges, but in good condition with all text clear. Publisher’s original order form laid in, as well. (HOLO 2-31-9), bibliog3, cds
Stock number:26213.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Dembner Books : Distributed By Norton, 1983
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 361 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Advince Reder’s Cipy. A work of fiction concerning the community of 20, 000 Jewish refugees residing in Shanghai in the early 1940’s; based on unpublished documents and interviews. “Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - China - Shanghai - Fiction. Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1945 - Fiction. Jews - China - Shanghai - Fiction. Shanghai (China) - Fiction. Jewish fiction. War stories. World War, 1939-1945 - China - Shanghai - Fiction. Sino-Japanese Conflict, 1937-1945 - Fiction. Jewish fiction. War stories. Shanghai (China) - Fiction. Light wear to wraps, otherwise fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-104-49), holo9. (ja)
Stock number:31644.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; The Harriet And Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center And Archives, Queensborough Community College, 2012
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 30, [4] pages. 22 x 28 cm. First edition. Illustrated throughout. Exhibit catalog; curated and text written by Isidoro Aizenberg. “This exhibit opened on Sunday, March 25, 2012, at The Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and Archives at Queensborough Community College. ” “This exhibit will focus on how the Shoah affected the Jews of Greece, one of the oldest Jewish communities, going back to the middle of the first century”. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Exhibitions. Greece – Holocaust. None on OCLC. Light edge wear, otherwise fresh and clean. Very good condition. (HOLO2-113-6) Xxxx, Holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33113.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
8vo; Berlin : Nicolai, 1987. 8vo, 388 pages. Includes illustrations. 20 cm. ISBN: 3875841654 Map on folded leaf. Includes index. Bibliography on pages 374-375. "Mit Beiträgen von Vera Bendt ... et al. ; dieses Buch basiert zu Teilen auf einem Manuskript von Eike Geisel ; Gesamtredaktion, Carolin Hilker-Siebenhaar." Subjects: Jews--Germany--Berlin. Synagogues--Germany--Berlin.Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)--Germany--Berlin.Berlin (Germany)--Ethnic relations.Very Good Condition.GER-15-40Adw), ger6, comhist1
Stock number:18942.
$US 50.00
Imprint: White Plains, N. Y. : Kraus International Publications., 1985.
Binding: Cloth.
8vo. 240 pages. CONTENTS INCLUDE: “Nisko: The First Experiment in Deportation” by Jonny Moser; “The Forgotten Part of the 'Final Solution': The Liquidation of the Ghettos” by Wolfgang Scheffler; “Jewish U-Boote in Austria, 1938-1945” by C. Gwyn Moser; “Nazi Criminals in the United States: The Fedorenko Case” by Henry Friedlander & Earlean M. McCarrick; “The Burning of the Books in Nazi Germany, 1933: The American Response” by Guy Stern; “The Search for the Silver Lining: The American Academic Establishment and the 'Aryanization' of German Scholarship” by Karen J. Greenberg; “Pressing at the Limits: The Challenge of the Hebrew Committee of National Liberation to Chemical Warfare Policy” by John Ellis van Courtland Moon; “Holocaust Numismatics” by Joel J. Forman; “Discussing Holocaust Literature” by Ruth K. Angress; “Refugees and Survivors: Reception in the New World” by David S. Wyman; “Understanding the SS Imperium” by Mishael H. Kater; “How Popular was the Third Reich? ” by Michael H. Kater; “Jewish Fate in Hungary” by László Varga; “Precious Legacy or Tragic Heritage” by Jonathan Helfand. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Periodicals; Holocaust; Oorlogsmisdadigers; Opsporing. Very good condition, like new. (holo2-127-4), New1, holo13, period1, inbt ae
Stock number:36264.
$US 50.00
Imprint: White Plains, N. Y. : Kraus International Publications., 1988.
Binding: Cloth.
8vo. 278 pages. CONTENTS INCLUDE: “The Economics of the Final Solution: A Case Study from the General Government” by Götz Aly & Susanne Heim; “Non-Jewish Children in the Camps” by Sybil Milton; “Traditional Antisemitism and the Holocaust: The Case of the German Diplomat Curt Prüfer” by Donald M. McKale; “Three Generations Remember the Holocaust: Hilsenrath, Becker, and Seelich” by Dagmar C. G. Lorenz; “Out of the Mouths of Monsters: Perspectives on Nazism in Grass and Tournier” by Judith Ryan; “Concentration Camps in Exile Literature: The Case of Osthofen” by Alexander Stephan; “Attempts to Settle Jewish Refugees in Newfoundland and Labrador, 1934-1939” by Gerhard P. Bassler; “American Radoi Coverage of the Holocaust” Joyce Fine; “Germany's Special Path to the Holocaust” by Donald L. Niewyk; “Between Rationality and Irrationalism: George L. Mosse, the Holocaust, and European Cultural History” by Steven E. Aschheim; “The Fate of Soviet POWs in World War II” by John H. E. Fried; “Historians of Jewish Resistance” by Jan T Gross; “Facing Survivors in Fiction and Film” by Robert H. Abzug: “The Thesaurus of Hell: Twenty-Six Years of the Periodical Przeglad Lekarski-Oswiecim” by Wolf Oschlies; “Homosexuals in Nazi Germany” by Rüdiger Lautmann. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Periodicals; Holocaust; Oorlogsmisdadigers; Opsporing. Very good condition. (Holo2-127-5), New1, holo13, period1, inbt ae
Stock number:36265.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Hardback
Nyu-York : Komitet far dem 20tn yortog fun varshever geto oyfshtand, 1963. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 32 pages. 21 cm. In Yiddish. Includes bibliographical references. SUBJECT(S): Warsaw (Poland) -- History -- Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943 -- Anniversaries, etc. Very Good Condition. (H-41-18), holo12a
Stock number:14000.
$US 50.00
Imprint: University Of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, 1949
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, viii, 345 pages, 8vo, 23 cm. Postwar look at the problems of denazification and reconstruction. Almond (1911-2002) was "a U. S. Political scientist, credited with inventing modern comparative political science. Born in Rock Island, Illinois, Almond was the son of Russian and Ukrainian immigrants. His father was a rabbi. A student at the University of Chicago, he went on to earn his doctorate in 1938; but his thesis, Plutocracy and Politics in New York City, was not published until 1998. The work contained psychoanalyses of several wealthy New Yorkers, including unflattering references to John D. Rockefeller, a principal benefactor of the university. Charles Merriam, chair of the political science department, refused to recommend the thesis for publication unless the offending material was removed. Almond refused. The thesis remained in the stacks of the University of Chicago library, where it became an underground classic among scholars. It was finally published by Westview Press. Almond taught political science at Brooklyn College from 1939. During World War II he was head of the Enemy Information Section at the War Information Office (1942-44) . After the war he was professor of political science at Princeton, Yale, and Stanford. He also taught at universities in England, Japan, Brazil, and the Ukraine. He was elected chairman of the Social Science Research Council's Committee on Comparative Politics and, in 1966, president of the American Political Science Association. Almond's Appeals of Communism (1954) , an empirical study of the attractions and weaknesses of Communism, was significant for its treatment of the psycho-sociological background of political behavior. " (Czudnowski in EJ 2007) Contents: 1. The historic potential: Freedom and authoritarianism in German history --Eugene N. Anderson -- Resistance and repression under the Nazis- Wolfgang H. Kraus and Gabriel A. Almond -- The social composition of the German resistance - Gabriel A. Almond and Wolfgang H. Kraus -- 2. Occupation policy: Germany's economic situation and prospects - Fred H. Sanderson -- The reconstruction of government and administration -Hans Meyerhoff -- Political party developments-Vera F. Eliasberg -- The problem of reorientation -Clara Menck. SUBJECT(S) : Anti-Nazi movement. Germany -- Politics and government -- 1945- Germany -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945. Note(s) : Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. 3ll-332) . OCLC lists 316 copies worldwide. Ex-library. Wear to binding and cover corners. Otherwise, good condition. (Holo2-16-40), Mx3, Holo3
Stock number:23770.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Brzeziner Book Committee, New York, 1961
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
1st edition, original cloth, 4to, xix+ 288+ (2) pages. On title page: “Brzezin memorial book. ” Illustrations throughout. Yiddish, with English introduction. “There once was a town of Jewish tailors – Brzezin. From early dawn until late at night one could hear the music of the Singer sewing machines. It was the music of hard work, of intense anxiety, of a hard life, but also of noisy youth, semi-intellectuals, observant Jews, Hasidim who lived and had aspirations in the small Jewish town Brzezin. The Nazi savages extinguished this life forever, transformed it into ashes. Only a few Jews from the tailoring town Brzezin, by some miracle, remain, scattered over the entire world, individuals who were witnesses to the German cannibalism. May these words, frail in print, but inscribed not with ink but with blood, be a modest contribution to the matseve [gravestone] for my native town, Brzezin. Brzezin was one of the oldest and most popular Jewish communities in Poland. When this community was established, it carried the name Krakowek [Little Krakow]. At that time, the community extended from the Strykower highway to beyond the Jewish besoylem [cemetery] to the surrounding hills. The Polish noblewoman, Anna Lasocka, had brought the first weavers from afar into this community. Then the community developed even further and began to broaden its borders. At that time, the town already carried the name Brzezin. Jewish tailors came to Brzezin from many places, and after several generations, the town developed its own type of tailoring industry, by which it was known all over the world. A cottage industry was the main occupation here. As early as 1772, Brzezin was famous for its mass production in tailoring. Until 1914 the great Czarist Russia was flooded with the inexpensive products of Brzeziner tailors. In the years between the two world wars, the export of Brzezin industry was spread over many lands in Europe and into other parts of the world. In this, the great Jewish magaziners [owners of clothing enterprises] – exporters such as Frankensztejn, Tuszynski, Sulkowicz, and others played a great role. The Jews in Brzezin did not only work, they also participated actively in the socio-political and cultural life of the town, had their representatives on the town council – in town hall, and had their religious and secular educational, cultural, and social organizations. Materially, it was a life of Jewish poverty, but spiritually, socially, and culturally, it was rich. ” (translated from book) SUBJECT(S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Brzeziny (Lo´dz´) ; Jews. OCLC: 19306453. Light wear on cover, some wear on spine. Good Condition Overall. (YIZ-16-6A), Yiz
Stock number:39882.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Frankfurt Am Main; S. Fischer, 1995
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 8vo. 448 pages. 22 cm. First edition. In German. Title translates as: “'Final solution': Nazi population policy and the murder of the European Jews. “ The author, Gotz Aly, born 1947, was an independent left-wing journalist for many years after being expelled from public institutions in 1976 under the “Radicals Decree”. In the last twenty years he has published a number of extensively researched volumes on the holocaust. His “Final Solution” analyses the direct linkage between the Nazi “population movements” and the extermination of the Jews. “Making extensive use of Russian, German, and Polish archives, Aly has provided the most exact and detailed reconstruction of the ‘Final Solution’ yet achieved. As well as looking at the ideological imperative in the Nazi state to ‘solve the Jewish question’ and at Hitler's own role, Aly investigates the actions of those running the Reich Security Headquarters in Berlin and of those numerous lesser figures on the ground who were in the eye of the storm, grappling with the planning failures inherent in Nazi resettlement plans and experiencing mounting difficulties in trying to be rid of ‘their’ Jews. Aly illustrates, through the evidence he builds into an overall mosaic, the lunacy of Nazi race policy, and the variety of agencies that went into the gradual shaping of a policy of all-out genocide. ” (American publishers description) . Gotz Aly, long a marginalized intellectual, in recognition of his precise historical research, was honored by the German President Horst Kohler with an appointment to the board of trustees of the Jewish Museum Berlin. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Causes. Deportatie. Joden. Holocaust. Politieke besluitvorming. Germany - Population policy. Condition. (HOLO2-100-20), HOLO8, ger8, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:30295.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Philadelphia, Philadelphia Joint Board Of The Amalgamated Clothing Workers Of America, 1959?
Binding: Hardcover
Paper Wraps. 4to. 21 pages. 28 cm. Monthly periodical from the Amalgamated Clothing Workers union. This is a special issue dedicated to the memory of Charles Weinstein, the former Manager of the Joint Board who worked tirelessly for workers rights, after his death in 1959. SUBJECT (S) : Clothing workers -- Labor unions -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Periodicals. Named Corp: Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. Philadelphia Joint Board -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 4 copies worldwide (New York University, US Department of Labor, Northern Illinois University, Pennsylvania State University) . Cover slightly worn with bottom inch of cover absent. Otherwise a nice, clean copy in very good condition. (HOLO2-47-20) ., period1, period1, amr4, cds
Stock number:26369.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York; American Jewish Conference, 1945
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Staple bound leaves. 4to. 4 pages. 28 cm. First edition. No. 56, Dated April 6, 1945. Topics include UN and governmental decisions regarding Palestine, the death of former British Prime Minister Lloyd George, Russian and South African Jewish representatives to the Conference, and upcoming radio program related to the Conference. The “American Jewish Conference [was a] representative American organization established in 1943 at the initiative of B'nai B'rith to deal with the problems of Palestine and the European Holocaust. Originally composed of representatives of all major Jewish groups and delegates from local Jewish communities, the Conference was given direction from Zionist bodies which sought a pro-Zionist declaration by a body representing American Jewry as a whole. Such a declaration was overwhelmingly adopted at its New York assembly in August 1943. As a result, the American Jewish Committee seceded from the Conference. Nevertheless, the organization submitted a series of pro-Zionist statements to official national and international bodies and waged a public relations campaign until its dissolution in 1949.” (EJ 2007) Subjects: Jews -- United States -- Politics and government -- Periodicals. American Jewish Conference. OCLC lists 7 libraries with partial or complete runs of this periodical. Pages lightly toned. Light shelf wear. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-109-54), Holo9, (hg)
Stock number:32490.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; American ORT Federation, 1938
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 4to. 4; 4 pages. 32 cm. First edition. Two issues of the American Ort Journal. Volume 6, numbers 10 (November) and number 11 (December) 1938. Number 10 contains front full page portrait of B. Charney Vladeck, 1886-1938; with three articles in Tribute to B. Charney Vladeck; other articles read: Harold Altschul named Executive Vice-Chairman of ORT; notes from sections of Women's American ORT, I. L. G. W. Union Contributes five thousand to ORT, Mexican Jewry Aids ORT. Number 11 contains three illustrations (black and white photographs) , including a photograph of Albert Einstein at the ORT Exhibit in New York. Other articles titled: Plans Launched for Special Drive for Ort Funds, ORT Union Cables for Added Support, ORT-J. D. C. Drive in Montreal, B. Charney Vladeck One-Hundred Thousand Memorial Fund, Chicago ORT Launches Member Drive, 97 New Cities Contribute to ORT, Reports from sections of Women's American ORT and Junior American ORT, More Large Unions Aid ORT (shoe workers, painters, etc. ) , need of ORT in South America, ORT School in Paris. Subjects: American ORT Federation. Jews - United States - Periodicals. OCLC lists two holdings (Natl Libr Israel; Harvard) , none in New York. Light egde wear, lightly soiled, otherwise fresh. Good + condition. (HOLO2-113-32), Holo10, amr5. (ja)
Stock number:33139.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; American ORT Federation, 1941
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 4to. 8 pages. 31 cm. First edition. Volume 9, Number 1, April, 1941. Headlined: Campaign for $1, 250, 000 Opens. Following articles: ORT Trainees Working in British Defense Plants, Dr. Bramson, Piooner in Work of Economic Readjustment and Political Rights for Jews, Dies, Frankenthaler Heads New York Drive, Trainees Aid in Defense of Britain, German ORT Adds Courses, South American Societies Prepare for Refugee Work, Survey of Industry in Warsaw Made, New Rumania Laws Faced, Workshop Equipment Sent to Refugee Camp at Gurs, Farm Center in Australia, Programs Pushed in German Poland, Schools Unite in Bulgaria, Facilities enlarged in Switzerland, Tributes to Bramson, Preliminary Budget for 1941; articles on conditions in Hungary, Lithuania and Latvia. Subjects: American ORT Federation. Jews - United States - Periodicals. OCLC lists two copies (Natl Libr Israel; Harvard) . Light edge wear, light soiling throughout, overall very fresh and clean. Good + condition. (HOLO2-113-35), Holo10, amr5. (ja)
Stock number:33142.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Hecla Press
Edition: First Edition (?)
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Lacks half of rear cover; bound in stiff pamphlet protector, pencil notations on front cover, Good Condition. ; 8vo; 17 pages; 22 cm. Imediate post-Holocaust statements submitted by Stephen S. Wise and the American Jewish Congress supporting the Jewish claim to Palestine. (HOLO2-117-62)
Stock number:6716.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, American Zionist Council, 1949
Edition: First Edition (?)
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Very Good Condition; 4to (large) ; 40 pages; Nice period mass-market piece repritning articles from the Popular press on Jerusalem and arguing for statehood. (HOLO2-117-64), zion4
Stock number:6665.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York; American ORT Federation., 1940
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 95, [1] pages. 23 cm. ORT Economic Review, March-April 1940, Vol. I, No. 2. Contains: The Economic Aspect of the Minority Problem by Dr. David Lvovitch. Economic and Social Situation of the Jews in Roumania by Boris Gourevitch. The Jews in Vienna before the Anschluss by Herbert Wiesenthal. The Scandinavian Jews by Vladmir Grossman. Jewish Polish Refugees in Lithuania by Jasnunski and Rozenbes, and more. Followed by the following Ort and Ort Economic Review. Subjects: Jews - Periodicals. Jews - Charities. Refugees. World ORT Union. Outer edges of wraps chipped, tear to back wrap and last page, affecting bottom corner of text, otherwise clean and fresh. Good condition. (HOLO2-113-15A), Holo14, amr6. (ja), inbt ae
Stock number:37183.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Paperback
New York, American ORT Federation. 1945. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 98 pages 23 cm. Articles include: "ORT Fifty Years of Jewish Relief in Eastern Europe;" "First Aid and Personal Rehabilitation for Displaced Persons;" " Americans and Japanese in Siberia, 1918-1919;" etc. Quarterly Periodical began publishing in 1941. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Periodicals. Jews -- Charities. Heavy wear & chipping to covers, Internally clean & tight with a few stains. Good Condition Thus. (H-43-7), holo12a
Stock number:14087.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; American ORT Federation., 1944
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 95, [1] pages. 23 cm. ORT Economic Review, August, 1944, Vol. IV, No. 1. Contains the following: Ort and Ort Economic Review; The Jews in a Changing World, by Louis B. Boudin; Minority Groups in the United States, by Carey McWilliams; Toward an Ort Post-War Program, by Jacob Lestchinsky; Our Ill-Fated Second Front in the First World War, by L. B. Jackson; Training Programs for the Post-War World, by Edith Stone; What of the New and Better World, by S. L. Peterson; Bitter, Rather than Strange, by J. L. Fromenson; Threads of the Loom of Our Time, by Carole Kaufmann. Preceded by title: ORT economic bulletin, 1940-41 (ORT Economic Bulletin, bi-monthly publication of the American division of the ORT Economic Research Committee) . The ORT Economic Review was published 1941 until at least 1945. Subjects: Jews - Periodicals. Jews - Charities. Refugees. World ORT Union. OCLC lists 20 copies. Outer edges of wraps chipped, tear to back wrap and last page, affecting bottom corner of text, otherwise clean and fresh. Good condition. (HOLO2-113-15), Holo10, amr5. (ja)
Stock number:33122.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; [American ORT Federation], 1950
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. Folio. 3 pages. 36 cm. First edition. Large single sided mimeographed typewritten newsletter entitled ORT Highlights. Number 54, New York, 212 Fifth Avenue, May 11, 1950; no publisher given, author, etc. Contains a list of brief articles under the following headings: A Farewell Message to Mme. Roubach, North African Jews Prepare for Emigration to Israel, ORT Leaders Interview Former French Prime Minister, Rehabilitation Center in Austria, Austrian ORT Students Present Birthday Gift to President Chaim Weizmann, ORT Schools in British Zone Germany Will Operate After July 1st, Berlin ORT School Wins Praise at Exhibition, American ORT Federation Elects New Leaders (George J. Mintzer and Julius Hochman) . Subjects: World ORT Union. Jews - Education - Periodicals. Jews - United States – Periodicals. None listed on OCLC. Edges damaged and worn, with minor text loss to bottom sentences of pages 1 and 2. Otherwise clean. Good - condition. (HOLO2-113-25), Holo10, amr5. (ja)
Stock number:33132.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York City; American ORT Federation, 1945
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 4to. 4 pages. 29 cm. First edition. First page headline reads: V-E Day finds ORT Work Expanding. Bottom of front page reads: Organization for Rehabilitation through Training. A program of economic rehabilitation for Jewish refugees and war victims throughout the world. Describes extensive rebuilding and rehabilitation in the immediate aftermath of Nazi destruction; with description of courses begun in Liberated France, Trades taught in Switzerland, Tools shipped to Poland, Ort Work expands to both hemispheres of the Americas and to South Africa (with description and photograph of ORT Farm Johannesburg) . With short messages from various ORT chapters in various cities across America; the activities of the Women's ORT, and Greater New York Campaign activities. Subjects: Jews - Education - Periodicals. Jews - United States – Periodicals. OCLC lists two copies (natl libr Israel, HUC) , none on the East Coast. Light edge wear and soiling, previously folded, minor tears along fold lines. Otherwise fresh and clean. Good condition. (HOLO2-113-22), Holo10, amr5. (ja)
Stock number:33129.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York City; American ORT Federation, 1945
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 4to. 4 pages. 30 cm. First edition. With four illustrations. ORT Newsletter, number 2, September 1945; contains the following brief articles: Ort Ships Supplies to French Artisans, Second Tool Shipment Sent to Poland, Senator Justin Godart Lauds Work of ORT in France, Greater New York Trade Divisions plan Campaign Activities for Fall, Women's American ORT Produces Sound Film on Guardianship Plan (concerning Jewish War Orphans) , Jewish 'Day' Writer Describes ORT Trade School in Santiago De Chile, Pierre Dreyfus Back in France, ORT Represenatives Sent to Hungary and Belgium, Oswego Internees Return Home (fifty three refugees at the Oswego Internment Center returned to Yugoslavia) , Budapest School Reopenes (Ort Technical School Budapest reopens) . With page of W. A. O. Chapter Chats containing reports from various local metropolitan chapters from the continental U. S. Bottom of front page reads: Organization for Rehabilitation through Training. A program of economic rehabilitation for Jewish refugees and war victims throughout the world. Subjects: Jews - Education - Periodicals. Jews - United States – Periodicals. OCLC lists three copies (Harvard, natl libr Israel, HUC) Previously folded in three parts, leaving creases. Light soiling throughtout, minor edgewear. Otherwise clean. Good condition. (HOLO2-113-23), Holo10, amr5. (ja)
Stock number:33130.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
New York city, 1943. Paperback, 4to, 4 p. L. 11-143 pages, 27 x 20 cm. "Documents" on pages 111-143. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. Jewish question. Reconstruction (1939-1951) . Very Good condition. (H-43-12) xxx, holo12a
Stock number:12390.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, N. Y. : American Jewish Committee,, 1945
Softcover, xi, 110 pages, 4to, 27 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Reconstruction (1939-1951) . World War, 1939-1945 -- Peace. An interim report of the Committee on Peace Problems. Wear to edges of cover and binding. Small staining on covers. Otherwise, very good condition. (Holo2-22-28) xx, Mx3, Holo4
Stock number:23858.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Orebro: Evangeliipress, 1962
Softcover, 12mo, 68 pages. In Swedish. “The Wandering Jews. ” OCLC lists 1 copy worldwide (Nat Libr of Sweden) . Chipping to edges of pages. Lightwear to edges and corners of cover. Good condition. (Holo2-67-1), Ava, holo6, NUofC, NUSC,
Stock number:27791.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Holocaust Library, 1981
Binding: Paperback
8vo; 191 pages; Anger served in the Swedish foreign service in Hungary with Wallenberg. Includes maps and index. Very readable. Wrappers a bit rubbed, almost Very Good Condition. Ex-library, some underlinings (Holo2-89-20), HOLO8, wiv0512, inbt, mea
Stock number:29024.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York; Holocaust Library, 1981
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
(FT) Softbound. 8vo. 191 pages. 23 cm. First English edition. With 8 pages of black and white plates. Translation of: “Med Raoul Wallenberg I Budapest”; preface by Elie Wiesel; translated from the Swedish by David Mel Paul and Margareta Paul. A memoir and history written by Per Anger of his time in Sweden and Budapest during the war; Anger was a well known Swedish diplomat famous for his successful efforts with Raoul Wallenberg of rescuing a few thousand Hungarian Jews during the last two years of the war. Subjects: Ambassadors - Sweden - Biography. World War, 1939-1945 - Hungary -- Budapest. Jews - Hungary - History - 20th century. Righteous Gentiles in the Holocaust - Biography. Anger, Per, 1913-2002 Wallenberg, Raoul, 1912-1947. Sweden. Beskickningen (Hungary) - History - 20th century. Budapest (Hungary) - Biography. Lightly worn covers, light pencil and pen marks on a half dozen pages, laid in documents and book reviews concerning Raoul Wallenberg from previous owner. Good + condition. (HOLO2-80-15), HOLO8, wiv0512, comhist2, ee2, ger8. (ja)
Stock number:29574.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Amsterdam, Bakker, 1985
Paper Wraps. 4vo. 144 pages. Ill. 23 cm. In German and English. A pictorial timeline of Anne Frank’s life, and World War II in general, from 1929-1945. ISBN: 9035102738. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Germany -- History -- 1933-1945 -- Exhibitions. National socialism -- Germany -- Exhibitions. Jews -- Persecutions -- Netherlands -- Exhibitions. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Netherlands -- Exhibitions. Named Person: Frank, Anne, 1929-1945 -- Exhibitions. Geographic: Germany -- Ethnic relations -- Exhibitions. Netherlands -- Ethnic relations -- Exhibitions. Light wear to front cover. Ex-library, with sticker on spine. Initials on title page, otherwise clean copy. Pages and internal binding are in very good condition. (HOLO2-29-6)xx, Holo5, ger7new, cds
Stock number:26077.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Amsterdam; Anne Frank House, 2000
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 16mo. 254 pages. 17 cm. First edition. This handy-sized catalogue with two hundred color photographs provides a good overview of the Anne Frank House and its history. Anne Frank's life is exposed with many family photographs. The historic photo material and the quotes from Anne Frank give an impression of the hiding period and the events during the Second World War. Subjects: Holocaust museums - Netherlands - Amsterdam - Pictorial works. Frank, Anne, 1929-1945 - Pictorial works. Anne Frank Stichting - Pictorial works. OCLC lists 26 copies worldwide. Light soiling to outer edges, otherwise fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-99-35), HOLO8, bibliog3. (ja)
Stock number:30213.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Paris; Éditions Du Centre, 1950
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 8vo. 374 pages. 22cm. First edition. In French. Publication of the “Centre de documentation juive contemporaine. ” Title translates as “The Jews of Algeria from the Cremieux Decree until Liberation. ” With a preface by Dr. Henri Aboulker, afterword by Pierre Paraf and André Philip, and introduction by Isaak Schneersohn, President of the Center for Contemporary Jewish Documentation. The Center of Contemporary Jewish Documentation (CDJC) is an organization which was founded clandestinely during World War II; Isaac Schneerson founded the Centre in Grenoble in April 1943, in order to collect any documents regarding the persecution of Jews in France. Since 1997, the CDJC is a wing of the Mémorial de la Shoah in Paris. With an extensive collection of source documents, this volume is devoted to the history of the Jews of Algeria since the late 19th century, with an emphasis on the conduct of the Vichy regime and Jewish survival during the war in Algiers; especially of note are the two chapters devoted to Jewish resistance and the ensuing Algiers insurrection. Subjects: Jews - Algeria - History. Jews- persecution – Algeria (1900-1945) . Covers lightly aged, backstrip aged and soiled. Corners lightly bumped. Lightly aged throughout, but fresh and clean. Very good condition. (HOLO2-92-20), HOLO8, wiv0512, bibliog3, sef6, comhist2. (ja)
Stock number:29642.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
Jerusalem: Yad Vashem. 1981. Hardcover, 8vo, 504 pages. Edited by Yitzhak Arad, Yisrael Gutman, Abraham Margaliot; translations by Lea Ben Dor. Very good condition. (HOLO2-86-9), HOLO5, holo8, inbt, mea, ae
Stock number:26467.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Georges Thone Ed, Liège, 1948
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
1st edition. Original Orange Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 62 pages + 4 pages of photo plates of atrocities. Very slight discoloration along top edge, otherwise Very Good Condition. (SPEC-35-14), HOLO9A
Stock number:30993.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Harcourt, Brace & World, 1968
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Stated 1st edition, original cloth with dust jacket, 8vo. X+ 272 pages. “Collection of essays which present portraits of individuals ranging from Rosa Luxemburg to Pope John XXIII who the author believes have illuminated ‘dark times. ’ ‘Dark times’ is Brecht's phrase, and Hannah Arendt uses it not to suggest that those she writes about are ‘mouthpieces of the Zeitgeist’ (none in fact fit such roles) , but, rather, that the routine repetitive horrors of our century form the substance of the dark against which their lives of illumination were lived. All the essays, written over a period of years, are concerned with persons--writers who (except Lessing) share the first half of the twentieth century--and only implicitly with issues. Dr. Arendt believes that ‘Even in the darkest of times we have the right to expect some illumination, and that such illumination may come less from theories and concepts than from the uncertain, flickering, and often weak light that some men and women, in their lives and works, will kindle under almost all circumstances and shed over the time-span that was given them on earth. ’” (Publisher description) SUBJECT(S) : Biography -- 20th century. Biographies -- 20e siècle. Personnalités -- Histoire -- Célébrités. OCLC: 391716. Some rubbing and light edge wear on dust jacket, Very Good Condition overall. (HOLO2-140-7), Holo17
Stock number:39975.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Jerusalem; Gefen Pub. House, 2011
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 8vo. VII, 406, [16] pages. 22 cm. First English edition. Translation of “Degalim me-`al ha-Geto. “ Publishers description: “In this groundbreaking work, Israel’s former Minister of Defense, Professor Moshe Arens, recounts a true tale of daring, courage, and sacrifice that should be accurately told – out of respect for and in homage to the fighters who rose against the German attempt to liquidate the Warsaw ghetto, and made a last-ditch fight for the honor of the Jewish people. The generally accepted account of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising is incomplete. The truth begins with the existence of not one, but two resistance organizations in the ghetto. Two young men, Mordechai Anielewicz of the Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB) , and Pawel Frenkel of the Jewish Military Organization (ZZW) , rose to lead separate resistance organizations in the ghetto, which did not unite despite the desperate battle they were facing. Included is the complete text of “The Stroop Report” translated into English. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Jewish resistance - Poland - Warsaw. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Poland - Warsaw. Jews - Poland - Warsaw - History - 20th century. Warsaw (Poland) - History - Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943. Near fine condition. (HOLO2-99-12), HOLO8, ee2, comhist2. (ja)
Stock number:30190.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Public Library, 1957
Original Softcover. 12mo. 124 pages. 18 cm. Translated from French; complete and unabridged. A first person narrative of a 15 year old Hungarian girl during World War II. SUBJECT (S) : World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Hungarian. Named Person: Arnothy, Christine, 1930-. Autobiographical. Some wear to cover. Internal pages are slightly tanned, but all text is clear. Very good condition. (HOLO2-60-17), Holo6, ee2, cds
Stock number:27666.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Shengold Publishers, 1981
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 8vo. 187 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Endpages contain maps of the areas around Lithuania and Latvia discussed in the stories. “These 20 tales of unsung Jewish heroes are true. They tell what happened to the author and his fellow Jews who, barehanded, overcame armed SS troops or literally crawled out of the mass grave dug for them, escaped to the woods and resisted the enemy in his attempt to destroy the remainder of the Jewish people. Included is the gripping account of a peasant who risks his life to hide Jews; the tracking down and public execution of an informer virtually under the eyes of the German garrison; and a heart-warming love story about two orphans who join the partisans and ultimately begin a new life together in Israel. ” (Dustjacket description) The author, Isaac Aron, was born near Vilna, was Hebrew principal in Krashnik before the occupation; he successfully escaped the ghetto of Miory when it was liquidated and formed a partisan group, he began writing poetry in the Ghetto, and after four years in DP camps, emigrated to Brooklyn; this is his first published volume in English. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Belarus. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Belarus. World War, 1939-1945 - Jewish resistance - Belarus. Belarus - Ethnic relations. Near fine condition in very good jacket. (HOLO2-100-50), HOLO8, ee2, bibliog4, comhist2. (ja)
Stock number:30325.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Wien, Zionistisches Landeskomitee Fur Osterreich,, 1933
Binding: Hardback
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
Hardcover, 76 pages, 8vo, 23 cm. Series: Schriftenreihe des zionistischen Landeskomitees fur Osterreich, nr. 3; From the year of Hitler's ascendency, a Zionist analysis of the decimation of Judaism, via Antisemitism and Assimilation, which can only be solved by the creation of a Jewish state. SUBJECT (S) : Heller, Otto, 1897- Untergang des Judentums. "Vorwort" signed Wilhelm Stein. Imprint on cover: "Verlagsbuchhandlung Dr. H. Glanz, Wien. " OCLC lists 12 copies worldwide. Hinge repair. Slight browning of pages. Wear and browning to front cover. Small tear to bottom of title page, no text loss. Light wear. Otherwise, very good condition. (Holo2-20-4), Mx3, Holo3
Stock number:23561.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Amsterdam, Uitgave N. V. Boekhandel W. Ten Have, 1935
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, Large 8vo, 36 pages. In the original Dutch. Title translates as: “Peace for Israel: Talks Held on 19 September 1935 in the Apollo Amsterdam, The Protest Meeting Against Disenfranchisement of the Jews In Germany. ” Very interesting report of the Meeting of the `Comité voor Bijzondere Joodsche Belangen, ’ protesting against current anti-Jewish repression in Germany which would soon, unbeknownst to them, come to the Netherlands as well. Wrappred, toned, Very Good Condition. (holo2-125-39), HOLO12
Stock number:36067.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Philadelphia, Association Of Jewish Holocaust Survivors In Philadelphia, 1984
Binding: Paperback
(FT) Original Paper Wrappers. 4to. 65, 15 pages. Illus. 26 cm. In English and Yiddish. Cover Subtitles: “Israel’s 36th Anniversary Year, 1948-1984, ” “Dedicated to 20 Years Monument, 1964-1984.” SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Periodicals. Jewish refugees -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Periodicals. Holocaust survivors -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia -- Periodicals. Association of Jewish Holocaust Survivors (Philadelphia, Pa. ) -- Periodicals. OCLC lists two copies worldwide (University of Southern California, US Holocaust Memorial Museum) . Covers stained, slightly “wavy” from water, but still solid. Internal pages are clean. Good condition. (HOLO2-64-16), HOLO6, YUSC, AMR4, ZIONISM1, NUSC, NUofC, CDS
Stock number:27780.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London, Association of Jewish Refugees in Great Britain, 1955
London: Association of Jewish Refugees in Great Britain, 1955. Paperback, 8vo, 61 pages, 22 cm. Includes pages of ads. No copy at Library of Congress. Subject: Jews -- Europe, Central. Subject: Europe, Central -- Emigration and immigration. Authors: Rosenstock, Werner. Authors: Association of Jewish Refugees in Great Britain. Editor, Werner Rosenstock. Very good condition. (HOLO2-89-37), HOLO8, wiv0512, BRIT1, INBT, MEA, HOLO11
Stock number:29278.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, N. Y., German-Jewish Club, 1939
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Very Good Condition; 4to; 12 pages; 41 cm. In German and English. Front page story is: "Zehn Gebote für Sprachbeflissene, " by Dr. Eugene I. Stern. Very Good Condition (holo2-135-28) xx, holo15
Stock number:6309.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, N. Y., German-Jewish Club, 1939
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Very Good Condition; 4to; 24 pages; 41 cm. In German and English. Front page story is: "Wann kommt der Weltkrieg? Unentschlossenheit aur der ganzen Linie. " Very Good Condition. (holo2-135-29) xx, holo15
Stock number:6312.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, N. Y., German-Jewish Club, 1939
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Very Good Condition; 4to; 16 pages; 41 cm. In German and English. Front page story is: "Der Neue Bund, " by Wilhelm Marcus. Very Good Condition. (holo2-135-30), holo15
Stock number:6314.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, N. Y., German-Jewish Club, 1937
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paper Wrappers
4to; 16 pages; 41 cm. In German and English. Front page story is: " Der Sinn jüdischer Existenz" by Wilfred Cohn Hulse. Very Good Condition (holo2-125-31), holo15
Stock number:6317.
$US 50.00
Imprint: [East Germany]; Ausschuss Fur Deutsche Einheit, [1963]
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 8vo. 264 pages. 24 cm. In German with parallel English and French translations. Extended title: “Bureaucrat of death; a documentation showing the capital guild of Bonn's top official in the liquidation of the Jews. ” Published by the Committee for German Unity, an East German governmental committee. As the title indicates, this work constitutes an extensive documentation of the Nazi past of Hans Globke, Director of the Federal Chancellory of West Germany between 1953 and 1963 and as such one of the closest aides to Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. Globke's key position as a national security advisor to Adenauer despite his involvement with the Office for Jewish Affairs during the Holocaust and in anticommunist activities in post-war West Germany made both the West German government and CIA officials wary of exposing his past. This led for instance to the withholding of Adolf Eichmann's alias from the Israeli government and Nazi hunters in the late '50s, and CIA pressure in 1960 on Life magazine to delete references to Globke from its recently obtained Eichmann memoirs. An interesting period piece for post-war German history, which serves as a searing indictment of the hushed up nazi histories of many members of the ruling class of West Germany. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Germany - History - Sources. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Germany - Sources. Globke, Hans, 1898-1973. Germany - Politics and government - 1933-1945 – Sources. Covers worn with slight tears to edge; first pages lightly aged with chipped edges, all pages lightly aged but clean. Good condition. (HOLO2-92-16), HOLO8, wiv0512, ger8. (ja)
Stock number:29638.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
Philadelphia : Jewish Publication Society of America, 1982. Cloth. 8vo. 268 pages. Illustrated. Despite Franco's political bureaucracy, Spain remained a haven for Jews during the Holocaust and in the face of the "final solution. " Demonstrates that Franco's Spain rescued many Jews from the Holocaust. Covers the role played by Spain during World War II regarding the Jews has long been a matter of controversy. This volume, first published in Hebrew to wide acclaim seeks to set the record straight. It offers a full and objective account of the rescue of Jewish refugees from Nazi-occupied countries by the Franco regime. “Haim is a Latin America Jewry scholar. Born in Vienna, Avni was taken to Erez Israel in 1933. He became assistant director of the Institute for Youth Leaders from Abroad. In 1970 he was appointed lecturer in Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, specializing in Latin American Jewry. He edited the section on Jews in Latin America for the Encyclopaedia Judaica Contemporary Jewry department. ” [EJ Editorial Staff] SUBJECT (S) : Jews - Spain - History - 20th century; World War, 1939-1945 - Jews - Rescue; Guerra mundial, 1939 1945 - Judíos; Joden; Hulpverlening; Tweede Wereldoorlog. Gilt lettering on cover and spine. Colored endpapers. Slight bumping to edges of dustjacket. Dustjacket and book are in Very Good condition. (SEF-6-6) ., SEF1
Stock number:17927.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
Philadelphia : Jewish Publication Society of America, 1982. Cloth. 8vo. 268 pages. Illustrated. Despite Franco's political bureaucracy, Spain remained a haven for Jews during the Holocaust and in the face of the "final solution. " Demonstrates that Franco's Spain rescued many Jews from the Holocaust. Covers the role played by Spain during World War II regarding the Jews, which has long been a matter of controversy. This volume, first published in Hebrew to wide acclaim seeks to set the record straight. It offers a full and objective account of the rescue of Jewish refugees from Nazi-occupied countries by the Franco regime. "Haim is a Latin America Jewry scholar. Born in Vienna, Avni was taken to Erez Israel in 1933. He became assistant director of the Institute for Youth Leaders from Abroad. In 1970 he was appointed lecturer in Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, specializing in Latin American Jewry. He edited the section on Jews in Latin America for the Encyclopaedia Judaica Contemporary Jewry department. " (EJ Editorial Staff) SUBJECT(S) : Jews - Spain - History - 20th century; World War, 1939-1945 - Jews - Rescue; Guerra mundial, 1939 1945 - Judíos; Joden; Hulpverlening; Tweede Wereldoorlog. Has dustjacket. Very good condition. (SEF-9-16) ., Sef2, comhist1
Stock number:19432.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Cincinnati, HUC, 1951
Binding: Softcoverpamphlet
Original Paper Wrappers, 8vo, pp. 549-560 (ie. 12 pages) . Offprint from H. U. C. Annual Vol 23. Leo Baeck was the leader of German Jewry through the Holocaust; he went to Theresienstadt to remain with his people rather than flee. He survived the war and remained a leading figure in the Reform movement. Light wear, Good+ Condition. (hag-17-15), HAG5,
Stock number:35912.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York: American Christian Palestine Committee,, 1950
Softcover, 15 pages, illustrated, 8vo, 22 cm. Much on Jewish refugees and Holocaust survivors in Palestine. SUBJECT (S) : Refugees, Arabic. Jewish refugees. Caption title. OCLC lists 6 copies worldwide. Browning to pages and cover. Otherwise, good condition. (Holo2-19-31), Holo3, mx3, mx3 holo3, mx3
Stock number:22400.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1996- 99
Binding: Paperback
Wrappers, 8vo, various pagination, color. Quarterly. “…dedicated to major developments relating to the Holocaust and the Yad Vashem memorial institution …. [Topics include] research initiatives and scholarly conferences to educational methodologies, teacher-training courses and curriculum development …. ” Glossy paper, in excellent condition. (Holo2-42-5), Holo5, period1, Zionism1
Stock number:26524.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York: Aberbach Fine Art, 1974
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
1st edition. Original boards and illustrated dust jacket. 4to. 156 pages, 29 cm. In English. Samuel Bak is an American surrealist painter and writer who survived the Holocaust and immigrated to Israel in 1948. Since 1993, he has lived in the United States (Wikipedia, 2018) . SUBJECTS: Painters -- Israel -- Interviews. OCLC lists 16 copies worldwide (OCLC: 4897379) . Dustjacket is worn. Includes plate. Very good condition. (YID-32-18)
Stock number:40584.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Bloomington; Indiana University Press, 2001
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. IX, [3], 500, [32] pages. 24 cm. First edition. With a foreword from Amos OZ. 55 color plates. “In Painted in Words internationally renowned artist Samuel Bak sets aside his brushes to narrate the stories of his life—as a child in Nazi-occupied Vilna, as a youth in European refugee camps, and as a maturing artist in Israel, France, Italy, Switzerland, and the United States. With gentle humor, the child prodigy of the faraway past and the accomplished artist of today engage in a spirited dialogue from which emerges a self-portrait of 'The Artist as a Young—and middle-aged and aging—Survivor. ' The brilliance, vision, and virtuosity that Bak brings to his painting are equally in evidence in his writing. This deeply touching work is an important contribution to Holocaust literature and art history. ” (Publishers Description) . Subjects: Painters - Israel - Biography. Bak, Samuel (1933-) - Biographies. Holocaust. Brand new. Great condition. (ART-22-47) xx, Art2, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33424.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boston; Pucker Gallery, 2002
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original illustrated wraps. 4to. 44 pages. 28 cm. First edition. Catalog of two exhibitions, Return to Vilna I and Return to Vilna II, held between 31 August and 20 November, 2002 at Pucker Gallery, Boston, Mass. With 67 full color illustrations. Samuel Bak “was born in Vilna. A few years later the area was incorporated into the independent republic of Lithuania. He was eight when the Germans occupied the city. Bak began painting while still a child and, prompted by the well-known Yiddish poet Abraham Sutzkever, held his first exhibition (in the Vilna ghetto) in 1942 at the age of nine. From the ghetto the family was sent to a labor camp on the outskirts of the city. Bak's father managed to save his son by dropping him in a sack out of a ground floor window of the warehouse where he was working; he was met by a maid and brought to the house where his mother was hiding. His father was shot by the Germans in July 1944, a few days before Soviet troops liberated the city. His four grandparents had earlier been executed at the killing site outside Vilna called Ponary. After the war, the young Bak continued painting at the Displaced Persons camp in Landsberg, Germany (1945–48) , where he also studied painting in Munich. In 1948, he and his mother immigrated to Israel, where he studied for a year at the Bezalel Art School in Jerusalem. After fulfilling his military service, he spent three years (1956–59) at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He then moved to Rome (1959–66) , returned to Israel (1966–74) , and lived for a time in New York City (1974–77) . There followed further years in Israel and Paris, then a long stay in Switzerland (1984–93) . From 1993 Bak lived and worked outside Boston, in Weston, Massachusetts. ” (EJ 2007) Subjects: Bak, Samuel - Exhibitions. Holocaust Art - Vilna. OCLC lists 21 copies. Light wear to wraps, otherwise fresh and clean. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-108-44), holo9, art2. (ja)
Stock number:31806.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Georges Thone Ed, Liège, 1945
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
1st edition. Original Orange Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 32 pages + 8 pages of photo plates of atrocities. With the important stamps on the cover of the “Belgian War Crimes Mission” (at the British Army of the Rhine) and the “Belgian War Crimes Liaison Group. ” Small stain on cover, otherwise Very Good Condition. (SPEC-35-17), HOLO9A
Stock number:30996.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Jerusalem; Yad Vashem / New York; Berghahn Books, 2010
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Hardbound. 8vo. 343 [8] pages. 23 cm. First edition. Edited by David Bankier and Dan Michman. Published in Association with Yad Vashem and the International Institute for Holocaust Research. With 18 black and white illustrations. Publishers description: “The Holocaust was not a major issue in the thirteen Nuremberg trials conducted in Germany between 1945-1949 by the International Military Tribunal. Can the word “justice” be used to refer to trials that did not fully recognize the centrality of the Holocaust? What was the background of the postwar war crimes trials, and what was their impact on society and collective memory? How did they shape international law? This book brings together observations on these and other issues from a broad range of international scholars on the representation of the Holocaust in the postwar trials and its historiography. David Bankier was the incumbent of the John Najmann Chair of Holocaust Studies and Head of the International Institute for Holocaust Research at Yad Vashem. Dan Michman is Professor of Modern Jewish History and incumbent of the Arnold and Leona Finkler Chair at the Institute of Holocaust Research at Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan. ” Subjects: War crime trials. World War, 1939-1945 - Law and legislation. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Historiography. Fine condition in vg+ jacket. (HOLO2-99-34), HOLO8, ee2, bibliog3. (ja)
Stock number:30212.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Tel-Aviv; Published By Lion The Printer For The Zionist Organization Youth Dept, 1947
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
Original Paper Wrappers. 12mo. 198 pages. 17 cm. First edition. Number 11 in the Palestine pioneer library series. This work is a collection of commemorative writings on Jewish parachutists killed in the Second World War, published in Palestine in 1947; these seven individuals are memorialized in this remembrance of their heroic attempts to save Jews in Eastern Europe. With black and white photographic plates of the parachutists. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Jews. Jews - Biography. Institutional markings. Light wear to covers, backstrip has a small tear. Edges lightly bumped. Good condition. (HOLO2-95-10), HOLO8, wiv0512, EE2, ZIONISM1. (JA) more online
Stock number:29353.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Riga : Society "shamir", 2008
Paperback, 264 pages, illustrations, 8vo, 20 cm. In Hebrew. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Latvia. Jews -- Latvia -- History -- 20th century. Note(s) : Includes bibliographical references and index. Other Titles: Unichtozhenie evreev v Latvii, 1941-1945. Good condition. (Holo2-15-4), Mx3, holo3
Stock number:23717.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
New York: Conference on Jewish Relations, 1941. Wrappers; large 8vo. Iv, 3-291 pages. Holocaust period publication. Series: Jewish social studies, Publications, ; no. 1. Reprinted with additions and index from Jewish social studies, vol. Ii, numbers 3 and 4./ Also retains the paging of the original work. Jews -- Bibliography. This was author's proof copy; as such, it has no cover. Some sunning and soiling to outer pages; some pages uncut. Very good condition. (CT-2)
Stock number:14758.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: 1941
Binding: Paperback
New York: Conference on Jewish Relations. Wrappers; large 8vo. Iv, 3-291 pages. Holocaust period publication. Series: Jewish social studies, Publications, ; no. 1. Reprinted with additions and index from Jewish social studies, vol. Ii, numbers 3 and 4./ Also retains the paging of the original work. Jews -- Bibliography. Water damage throughout, but text still good, overall good condition. (BIBLIOG-34-4), BIBLIOG4, INBT, MEA
Stock number:31875.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Wien Und Berlin : Löwit., 1920.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. 211 pages. In German. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Jews – Germany; Antisemitism; Congress of Vienna (1814-1815) . Edgeworn, top corners bumped, fly leaf detached and chipped, owner's name on half title page, text clean, good condition. (GER-18-7), GER7, SPEC3, holo4
Stock number:25787.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : American Jewish Committee, Institute of Human Relations., 1962.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
8vo. 56 pages. First edition. Reprinted from American Jewish year book, vol. 63, 1962. SUBJECT (S) : Jews – Europe – history. Baron (1895-1989) was a professor at Columbia University, and was appointed the Nathan L. Miller Professor of Jewish History, Literature, and Institutions there in 1929, making Columbia “the first university to provide a true academic milieu for Jewish studies. During his incumbency, Baron denounced the "lachrymose conception of Jewish history" as a story of individuals and persecutions, flawed by undue emphasis on events, texts and idealism. He used universal categories and scholarly research to place Jewish history in a larger comparative context, while placing equal emphasis on the vibrancy of Jewish religious culture. ”(columbia.edu) Promotional flyer laid in. Very good condition. (HOLO2-8-6), HOLO2
Stock number:20816.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
New York: Columbia University Press, 1937. Volume 3, Number 9. December 30, 1937. Wrappers; 16mo. 35 pages. Also includes "The Ludlow Resolution" by General William C. Rivers and Major George Fielding Eliot, and "After the Town Meeting" by Edward Hodnett. A transcript of a broadcast from the League for Political Education's Town Hall in cooperation with the National Broadcasting Company. Debates and debating -- Periodicals. Radio addresses, debates, etc. -- Periodicals. Social problems -- Periodicals. Title Subject: America's town meeting of the air -- Periodicals. Pages brown; lower right-hand corner bent; small piece of back page gone. Good condition. (H-31-4), nj1
Stock number:14152.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Prague, Der Kampf, 1935
Binding: Hardback
Paper Wraps. 8vo. 48, 48, 44 pages. 22 cm. Three issues of the monthly Austrian Social Democratic journal edited in Prague by Otto Bauer, the former Minister of Foreign Affairs. Nr. 6, Juni 1935; Nr. 7, Juli 1935; Nr. 12, Dezember 1935. Contents of these issues include: “Das Proletariat und der Krieg, ” Austriacus; “Zwiesp? Ltiges Wahlergebnis in der CSR, ” Josef Hofbrauer; “Wirtschaftsentwicklung und Klassenkampfe im faschistischen Osterreich, ” Otto Brauer; “Betriebswahlen in Deutschland, ” S. A. Hauser; "Der neue Kurs in der Sowjetunion, " Otto Bauer; "Der Weg zum Faschismus, " Julius Deutsch; "Ein verwesendes Regime, " Peter Roberts; "Entwicklung und Aufgaben der illegalen Bewegung in Oesterreich, " Austriacus; "Komintern-Kongress, Arbeitereinheit und Sowjetproblem, " Theodor Dan; "Die Internatonale und der Krieg, " H. W. ; "Aus der spanischen Arbeiterbewegung, " J. Rivera. OCLC lists four copies worldwide (Universit? T Bibl Johann Christian Senckenberg, Universit? T Marburg, Danish Union CAT & Danish National Library, University of Bern) . Covers are lightly worn with some pencil marking. Cover for issue 12 is absent with page one detached and chipping, but present; all text is clear. Good+ condition. (HOLO2-55-1) ., Holo5, ger7new, ee2, cds
Stock number:26338.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Prague, Der Kampf, 1937
Binding: Hardback
Paper Wraps. 8vo. 40 pages. 22 cm. One issue of the monthly Austrian Social Democratic journal edited in Prague by Otto Bauer, the former Minister of Foreign Affairs. Contents of this issue include: "Der Sozialismus und die deutsche Frage, " Otto Bauer; "Wo stehen wir?" Austriacus; "Die Intellektuellen und die revolutionare Bewegung in Osterreich, " M. Mautner; "Bilder aus der deutschen Gegenwart, " Peter Roberts. OCLC lists four copies worldwide (Universit? T Bibl Johann Christian Senckenberg, Universit? T Marburg, Danish Union CAT & Danish National Library, University of Bern) . Covers show some wear at binding and along edge. Internal pages are tanned, but nice and clean; all text is clear. Very good condition. (HOLO2-55-3) ., Holo5, ger7new, cds
Stock number:26340.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society Of America, 1974
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo 350 pages. 1st edition. In English. Yehuda, (1926–) , was a historian and educator. Bauer was born in Prague, Czechoslovakia. He immigrated to Palestine in 1939, joined the Palmah, and participated in the Israeli War of Independence. He earned his B. A. And M. A. At the University of Cardiff, Wales, and his Ph. D, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He has been a member of kibbutz Shuval since 1952. From 1962, he taught at the Institute of Contemporary Jewry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he became professor of Holocaust Studies in 1973. Since 1983 he has also served as the academic chairman of the International Center for the Study of Anti-Semitism, at the Hebrew University. In 1986 Bauer became the editor-in-chief of the journal Holocaust and Genocide Studies. He is a member of the Scientific Committee of Yad Vashem. He also served on the editorial boards of Yad Vashem Studies and Yalkut Moreshet, on the curatorium of Bet Lohamei ha-Getta'ot museum, and on the Holocaust Commission of the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture. SUBJECT(S) : American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. Hulpverlening. Joden. American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. In good condition. In a good jacket. (AMR-30-5), AMR4, MX3, comhist2, holo9
Stock number:31371.
$US 50.00
Imprint: 1978
Binding: Hardcover
Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1978. Cloth with dustjacket, 8vo, ix, 181 pages, 21 cm. Series Samuel and Althea Stroum lectures in Jewish studies. Includes bibliographical references and index. Colored end papers. Subject: Brand, Joel, 1906-1964 -- Addresses, essays, lectures. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Addresses, essays, lectures. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Historiography -- Addresses, essays, lectures. Jews -- United States -- Politics and government -- Addresses, essays, lectures. United States -- Politics and government -- 1933-1945 -- Addresses, essays, lectures. Very good condition in good jacket. (HOLO2-98-3), HOLO8, wiv0512, INBT, MEA
Stock number:29420.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, 1973
New York, American Jewish Committee, Institute of Human Relations 1973. Paperback, 8vo, 61 pages, illustrations, 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . World War, 1939-1945--Jewish resistance. Good condition. (HOLO2-98-1), HOLO8, wiv0512, INBT, MEA
Stock number:29419.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, N. Y. : Holocaust Studies Program, Yeshiva University, 1989
Softcover, 12mo, i, 78 pages, 22 cm. Series: Working papers in Holocaust studies; 3; Variation: Working papers in Holocaust studies; 3. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) , in literature. Judaism and literature. Includes bibliographical references on pages 71-Very good condition. (Holo2-73-16), holo17, bibliog3
Stock number:40046.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London : Sunday Express,, 1940
Paperback, 8 pages, 8vo, 22 cm. Critique of pro-fascist sentiment in the UK and elsewhere, describing why Britain should continue its fight against the Nazis and their allies. SUBJECT (S) : World War, 1939-1945. Cover title. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (Harvard, Australian War Memorial, Univ of New Brunswick) , only one in the US. Wear to binding. Light wear. Otherwise, very good condition. (Holo2-21-15), Mx3, Holo4
Stock number:24023.
$US 50.00
Imprint: University of California Press, 2000
Binding: Paperback
Jewish Communities in the Modern World; 377 pages; Until the publication of this remarkably comprehensive history of the Sephardi diaspora, only limited attention had been given to the distinctive Judeo-Spanish cultural entity that flourished in the Balkans and Asia Minor for more than four centuries. Yet the great majority of Sephardi Jews, after their expulsion from Spain in 1492 and subsequently from Portugal, found their way to this region, drawn by the political stability and relatively tolerant rule of the Ottoman Empire, as well as by promising socioeconomic conditions. Esther Benbassa and Aron Rodrigue show how Sephardi society and culture developed in the Levant, sharing language, religion, customs, and communal life as they did nowhere else, both during prosperous times and during the declining fortunes of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The impact of westernization, the end of Ottoman power, and the rise of fragmenting nation-states transformed this vital community in the modern era. And, like many other Jewish communities, the unique Judeo-Spanish culture was dispersed and destroyed by the Holocaust and the migrations of the twentieth century. Sephardi Jewry presents its vivid history in a readable, well-documented narrative. "The most complete and thorough historical synthesis ever written in a European language on the Jewish communities of the Balkans and Turkey."--Michel Abitbol, L'arche"A rich and too-little-known history that successfully avoids twin snares: the myth of the irreparable decadence of oriental Judaism and the myth of the lost golden age of Spain."--Alain Dieckhoff, Les Nouveaux Cahiers"The authors illuminate the variety of responses--between the poles of westernizing and holding onto tradition--offered by these Jewish societies of the Levantine Sephardi cultural area to the processes of modernization, as well as their startling receptivity to the new ideologies of zionism and socialism that marked the end of the nineteenth century." --Annales . Very good condition. (SEF-22A-10), Very Good with no dust jacket, sef4, mx3, comhist2
Stock number:25061. ISBN:0520218221
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
Hicago: Ceskoslovenská Národní Rada v Americe [Czechoslovak National Council of America], 1939. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 110 pages. Includes photos and facsimiles. 23 cm. In Czech. "Ceskoslovenská zahranicní akce" Title in English means. "We remain faithful!" SUBJECT (S) : World War, 1939-1945 -- Czechoslovakia. Germans -- Czechoslovakia. Geographic: Czechoslovakia -- History -- 1918-1938. Europe -- Politics and government -- 1918-1945. Czechoslovakia -- Foreign relations -- Germany. Germany -- Foreign relations -- Czechoslovakia. Munich Four-Power Agreement (1938) . OCLC lists 14 copies worldwide, none in New York. Lots of pen marks to cover, otherwise Very Good Condition. (h2-1-23)
Stock number:16894.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York and Toronto: Farrar & Rinehart, 1942
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
1st edition. Original Blank Paper Wrappers; 12mo. Vi, 25 pages. An Anti-Nazi radio play, protesting Gestapo censorship, including charaters of Heine, Schiller, and Nazis. It was to commemorate the May 10, 1933 book burning in Nazi Germany. "The first performance was given under the auspices of the Council on books in wartime and the Writers war board, on Monday evening, May 11, 1942 ... Over WEAF, New York, and the National broadcasting company network. "--P. [2]. Very good condition. (Holo2-89-14), holo11
Stock number:35111.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Oswald Wolff Books., 1988.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. 292 pages. Illustrated. First English edition. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Germany - personal narratives; Jews - Germany - history - 1933-1945; Jews - Germany - persecution - 1918-1945 - biography. CONTENTS: Boyhood in Heilbronn; The Brown-uniformed world; 'Dad, everyone's emigrating! '; Exciting Berlin; Preparing for Palestine; Schulze's tree nursery; Creeping despair; Underground in Berlin; The shoemaker; refuge among the reptiles; Festival of freedom. ISBN: 0854962220. Has dust jacket. Near fine condition. (Holo2-12-5), Holo2, mx3
Stock number:23628.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Oswald Wolff Books., 1988.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. 292 pages. Illustrated. First English edition. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Germany - personal narratives; Jews - Germany - history - 1933-1945; Jews - Germany - persecution - 1918-1945 - biography. CONTENTS: Boyhood in Heilbronn; The Brown-uniformed world; 'Dad, everyone's emigrating! '; Exciting Berlin; Preparing for Palestine; Schulze's tree nursery; Creeping despair; Underground in Berlin; The shoemaker; refuge among the reptiles; Festival of freedom. ISBN: 0854962220. Has dust jacket. Near fine condition. (Holo2-12-5), Holo2, mx3
Stock number:23656.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardback
8vo; 136 pages; "A brief record of experiences, facts and observations, covering a period of over a dozen years....At thirty-seven, my husband is physically disabled....The breaking of his health in the ministry does not make us bitter. " This is an ironic introduction to one of the angriest pre-Holocaust Jewish memoirs I have ever seen--This (Connecticut? ) Rebbezin spares no punches about the "men whose vanity and wealth deluded them to aspire to unmerited and autocratic leadership" and the "social-climbing and capricious women" she had to deal with in the Jewish community. She also writes about her and her husband's visits to jails to deal with Jewish prisoners and other work in and relations with the wider community. Not saccharine like so many memoirs. Ex library. Edges slightly worn, particularly ends of spine, very good condition. (AMR-24-9)
Stock number:19460.
$US 50.00
Imprint: 1934
Binding: Hardback
8vo; 136 pages; "A brief record of experiences, facts and observations, covering a period of over a dozen years....At thirty-seven, my husband is physically disabled....The breaking of his health in the ministry does not make us bitter. " This is an ironic introduction to one of the angriest pre-Holocaust Jewish memoirs I have ever seen--This (Connecticut? ) Rebbezin spares no punches about the "men whose vanity and wealth deluded them to aspire to unmerited and autocratic leadership" and the "social-climbing and capricious women" she had to deal with in the Jewish community. She also writes about her and her husband's visits to jails to deal with Jewish prisoners and other work in and relations with the wider community. Not saccharine like so many memoirs. Ex library. Edges slightly worn, particularly ends of spine, very good condition. (AMR-41-2), AMR4, INBT, MEA
Stock number:28647.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: London, V. Gollancz Ltd, 1944
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
; 12mo (small); 159 pages; 2nd Edition. Original boards. Bound in Cloth. 12mo. 19 cm. "In the efforts to save a remnant of the Jewish children from the destruction of Jewry in Europe, much has been heard of the Youth Aliah, an organization which has laready brought to Palestine ten thousand boys and girls from the towns and concentration camps of Europe and planted them on the land, to become pioneers of the Jewish Home. " Ex library with usual markings. Very Good Condition (HOLO2-89-40A), HOLO15, wiv0512, EE3, INBT Mo. Illustr: Illustrated by 16 Photo Plates
Stock number:37631.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London, V. Gollancz Ltd, 1944
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
; 12mo (small); 159 pages; 19 cm. "In the efforts to save a remnant of the Jewish children from the destruction of Jewry in Europe, much has been heard of the Youth Aliah, an organization which has laready brought to Palestine ten thousand boys and girls from the towns and concentration camps of Europe and planted them on the land, to become pioneers of the Jewish Home. " Very Good Condition (HOLO2-89-40), HOLO8, wiv0512, EE2, INBT, MEA. Illustr: Illustrated by 16 Photo Plates
Stock number:29281.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Columbia University Press, 1999
Binding: Hardcover
HOLO2-18-35; 176 pages, Very Good in Very Good dust jacket, mx2, holo3
Stock number:21812. ISBN:0231112149
$US 50.00
Imprint: Frankfurt AM Main, Röderberg, 1960
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Small 4to; 609 pages; 1.5'x1.5' fold-out map of concentration camps in Poland. A VERY THOROUGH piece on the Holocaust in Poland; much on resistance. The scarcer 1960 1st edition. Robert Kempner’s copy. “A lawyer and historian, Kempner was born in Germany. Arrested by the Gestapo after he publicly called for Hitler’s deportation, he was released and fled to Italy and then to the U. S. From 1946-49, he was chief prosecutor of Nazi political leaders at the Nuremberg Trials. He also helped assemble evidence for Israel during the Eichmann trial. ”(Museum of Tolerance) Very Good Condition. (KMP-5-11A), holo2, ger5, kmp. Illustr: Illustrated by 231 Photos & Documents
Stock number:34348.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : St. Martin's Press., 1984.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. Ix, 294 pages. First edition; review copy with slip. SUBJECT (S) : Jews, German - cultural assimilation - Great Britain; Jews - cultural assimilation - Germany; Refugees, Jewish - Great Britain; Immigrants - Great Britain; Great Britain - ethnic relations; Germany - ethnic relations. CONTENTS: Concepts of assimilation and ethnic identity; The process of Jewish assimilation in Germany; Life under the threat of Nazism; Emigration; Search for new roots; The ambiguities of ethnic identification; 'Continental' Britons; Conclusions. ISBN: 0312325711. Spine sunned, otherwise very good condition. (Holo2-12-3), Holo2, mx3, brit1
Stock number:23626.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : St. Martin's Press., 1984.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. Ix, 294 pages. First edition; review copy with slip. SUBJECT (S) : Jews, German - cultural assimilation - Great Britain; Jews - cultural assimilation - Germany; Refugees, Jewish - Great Britain; Immigrants - Great Britain; Great Britain - ethnic relations; Germany - ethnic relations. CONTENTS: Concepts of assimilation and ethnic identity; The process of Jewish assimilation in Germany; Life under the threat of Nazism; Emigration; Search for new roots; The ambiguities of ethnic identification; 'Continental' Britons; Conclusions. ISBN: 0312325711. Spine sunned, otherwise very good condition. (Holo2-12-3), Holo2, mx3, brit1
Stock number:23654.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Hardback
Munich: Carl Hanser, 1974. Paper; small 8vo. 271 pages. In German. With index and bibliography. Mit e. Beitr. Von Wolfgang Jean Stock, Schweizer Flüchtlingspolitik u. Exilierte dt. Arbeiterbewegung 1933-1943. Ex-library copy. Very good condition. (H-33-5), holo12a
Stock number:14215.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Berlin: Nicolaische Verlang, 1988
Binding: Paperback
8vo; 350 pages; A very readable yet thorough history with names index & bibliography. Seldom seen in the US. Very good condition (Comhist2-2), Holocaust. Illustr: Illustrated by Photos
Stock number:19703.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
8vo; Berlin : Nicolai, 1987. 8vo, 388 pages. Includes illustrations. 20 cm. ISBN: 3875841654 Map on folded leaf. Includes index. Bibliography on pages 374-375. "Mit Beiträgen von Vera Bendt ... et al. ; dieses Buch basiert zu Teilen auf einem Manuskript von Eike Geisel ; Gesamtredaktion, Carolin Hilker-Siebenhaar." Subjects: Jews--Germany--Berlin. Synagogues--Germany--Berlin.Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)--Germany--Berlin.Berlin (Germany)--Ethnic relations.Very Good Condition.GER-15-40dw), ger5, comhist1
Stock number:18698.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Stockholm, C. E. Fritze, 1956
Binding: Paperback
Original Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 329 pages. 24 cm. In Swedish. Title translates to English as, “The Legacy of Sinai: A Novel. ” OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis; National Library of Israel; National Library of Sweden) . Some wear to cover, especially at edges, but still nice with bright cover illustration. Internal pages are nice and clean; binding is tight. Very good condition. (HOLO2-64-14), Zionism1, lit1. NUSC, NUofC, CDS
Stock number:27778.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Tel-Aviv; Shifrin and Na`aman, 1970
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 4to. 112 pages. 29 cm. First edition. With 331 black and white photographs. A detailed survey of the work of Keren Hayesod on its fiftieth anniversary; the early settlements in Palestine, the response to Nazism and the Holocaust, the beginning of the state of Israel, projects for assisting refugees and economic development, and the six day war. Subjects: Keren Hayesod United Israel Appeal. Israel - Emigration and immigration. Great condition. (HOLO2-103-42), HOLO9A, COMHIST2, ZIONISM1. (JA)
Stock number:30966.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Geneva, Ferni, 1977
Binding: Hardcover
Very Good Condition; 8vo; 364 pages; By the autor of DEVEILS DOCTORS, this book looks instead at the deported doctors and their heroism in the Concentration Camps Uplifting. A very handsome volume with imitation leader spine, sild bookmark, and map endpapers of Europe's web of Concentration Camps. (Holo2-89-38), HOLO8, wiv0512, inbt, mea
Stock number:29279.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : American Jewish Committee, 1942
Binding: Paper Wrappers
8vo. 95 pages. In English. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Politics and government. Jews -- Social conditions. Jews -- Political and social conditions -- Sources. Jews -- Europe. Notes: At head of title: Research Institute on Peace and Post-War Problems. / Preface by Max Gottschalk; introductory chapter by Abraham G. Duker. / "List of legal acts enacted since 1933, mentioned, cited or published in this work": p. 89-95. Weinryb, (1900-1982) , an economic and social historian. Born in Turobin, Poland, Weinryb studied in Breslau at the Jewish Theological Seminary and at the university, was librarian at the seminary in 1931-33, and worked on the editorial staff of the Encyclopaedia Judaica in Berlin and Zurich (1933-34) (EJ, Staff) . In good condition(HOLO2-8-24) xxx, Holo3, mx3,
Stock number:23703.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : American Jewish Committee, 1942
Binding: Paper Wrappers
8vo. 95 pages. In English. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Politics and government. Jews -- Social conditions. Jews -- Political and social conditions -- Sources. Jews -- Europe. Notes: At head of title: Research Institute on Peace and Post-War Problems. / Preface by Max Gottschalk; introductory chapter by Abraham G. Duker. / "List of legal acts enacted since 1933, mentioned, cited or published in this work": p. 89-95. Weinryb, (1900-1982) , an economic and social historian. Born in Turobin, Poland, Weinryb studied in Breslau at the Jewish Theological Seminary and at the university, was librarian at the seminary in 1931-33, and worked on the editorial staff of the Encyclopaedia Judaica in Berlin and Zurich (1933-34) (EJ, Staff). Institutional marks (Temple Emanuel, Paterson, NJ) on endpages, cover. Otherwise freash and clean, good condition. (HOLO2-8-24A), HOLO9 (IM)
Stock number:32454.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, The Nation
Binding: Paperback
Reprint. Paper wrappers; small 8vo. 38 pages. OCLC lists thirteen copies worldwide. Cover slightly sunned; very good condition. (W-62)
Stock number:15686.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, The Nation
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
Original Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 38 pages. 22 cm. First edition thus. "Reprinted from the Nation. " Holocaust-era analysis and proposals for post-war solutions for Jewish settlement, citizenship, and rights from this important Left-Liberal American magazine. OCLC lists thirteen copies worldwide. Cover and back cover slightly sunned; very good condition. (Holo2-14-3), holo3, HOLO6, USC1, NUSC, NUofC
Stock number:21636.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York, The Nation, 1943
Edition: First Edition Thus
Binding: Paperback
First separate edition. Original Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 38 pages. 22 cm. "Reprinted from the Nation. " Holocaust-era analysis and proposals for post-war solutions for Jewish settlement, citizenship, and rights from this important Left-Liberal American magazine. Spine label, some wear to spine, Good Condition (HOLO2-65-22A), holo11
Stock number:35471.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Gross Bros. Print. Co., 1954
Binding: Hardback
Hard cover, 246 pages, illustrated, 8vo, 20 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Denmark. World War, 1939-1945 - Jews. Note(s) : Translation of: Oktober 43: oplevelser og tilstande under jodeforfolgelsen I Danmark. Ex-library with usual markings. Wear to edges of cover. Wear to binding. Slight yellowing of pages. Otherwise, good condition. (Holo2-16-8), Mx3, Holo3
Stock number:22419.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Gross Bros. Print. Co., 1970s
Softcover, 246 pages, illustrated, 12mo. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Denmark. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. Note(s) : Translation of: Oktober 43: oplevelser og tilstande under jodeforfolgelsen I Danmark. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (Dana Col, Keene State, Wilmington) . Wear to cover and binding. Hinge repair. Wear to corners of cover. Otherwise, good condition. (Holo2-16-20), Mx3, Holo3
Stock number:23749.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: London; World Jewish Congress,, 1964
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 19 pages. 22 cm. First edition. The roots of prejudice; delivered at the Gustave Tuck Theatre, University College, London, on Wednesday 16th December, 1964. Noah Baron memorial lecture 1964. Lecture on xenophobia and race prejudice, specifically in England, but elsewhere. Cyril Bibby, a noted Biologist, Sexologist, Principal of Kingston upon Hull College of Education, active socialist, and early member of the Council of Christians and Jews. Subjects: Prejudices. OCLC lists 20 copies. Light wear to wraps, otherwise clean and fresh. Good condition. (HOLO2-113-9), Holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33116.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Praha : Zdenek Bígl, 1994
Binding: Paperback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 93 pages. 21 cm. Edition. Written by three Prague psychiatrists, Katerina Bíglová, Zdenek Matejcek and Zdenek Dytrych; edited and introduced by Henry P. David; foreword by Karol Sidon. Publication based on a structured oral history project with 36 elderly Jewish women survivors. Monograph contains edited interviews and history of Jewish Prague. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Czech Republic - Prague - Personal narratives. Jewish women in the Holocaust - Czech Republic - Prague - Biography. Jewish women in the Holocaust. OCLC lists 22 copies. Pen marks on title page, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (WOMEN-2-5), Women1, holo12, (ja)
Stock number:35768.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Crowell, 1973
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 8vo. VI, 228 pages. 21 cm. First edition. The autobiographical novel of Andrew Bihaly, “a young man who came to America in 1950, a victim of the horrors of Wolrd War II. He was born in Hungary in 1934, and died in New York in 1968. Of Andrew’s journal David Halberstam has written: ‘An American story almost too painful to bear. ’ It is a book to break your heart, yet also to enrich it. ” (back jacket description) . Subjects: Bihaly, Andrew. New York (City) - Social life and customs. Institutional stamps on last page, otherwise fine. Great condition in very good jacket. (HOLO2-103-9), HOLO9A, AMR4, EE2. (JA)
Stock number:30933.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
New York: Twayne, 1971. Wrappers; 8vo. 246 pages. Translation of: Nadzieja umiera ostatnia. Ex-library copy. Flyleaf contains inscription by author and former owner's dedication to library. . Jews -- Persecutions -- Poland -- Warsaw. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Personal narratives. Geographic: Warsaw (Poland) -- Ethnic relations. Very Good Condition. (H-32-1B), holo5
Stock number:39615.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Paperback
New York: Twayne, 1971. Wrappers; 8vo. 246 pages. Translation of: Nadzieja umiera ostatnia. Ex-library copy. Flyleaf contains inscription by author and former owner's dedication. Jews -- Persecutions -- Poland -- Warsaw. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Personal narratives. Geographic: Warsaw (Poland) -- Ethnic relations. Front cover and first pages of book seem to have been stained, else good condition. (H-32-1), holo5, holo12a
Stock number:14176.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
New York: Twayne, 1971. Wrappers; 8vo. 246 pages. Translation of: Nadzieja umiera ostatnia. Ex-library copy. Flyleaf contains inscription by author and former owner's dedication to library. . Jews -- Persecutions -- Poland -- Warsaw. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Personal narratives. Geographic: Warsaw (Poland) -- Ethnic relations. Front cover and first pages of book seem to have been stained, else good condition. (H-32-1A), holo5
Stock number:34341.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Czernowitz: Birnbaum & Kohut,, 1910
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback.
1st Edition. Period Boards. 8vo. 336 pages ; 25 cm. In German. Title translates into English as, “Selected Writings On The Jewish Question. Part 1.” Includes only Volume 1 of 2. “Nathan Birnbaum (1864 – 1937) . (also known as ‘Mathias Acher’ and other pseudonyms) .. Was an Austrian writer and journalist, Jewish thinker and nationalist. His life had three main phases, representing a progression in his thinking: a Zionist phase (1883 – 1900) ; a Jewish cultural autonomy phase (1900 – 1914) which included the promotion of the Yiddish language; and religious phase (1914–1937) when he turned to Orthodox Judaism and became staunchly anti-Zionist…” (Wikipedia, 2017) SUBJECT(S) : Jews. Zionism. Spine is missing, and somewhat ironically the exposed binding shows a repurposed newspaper cartoon of Jewish men having an argument. Boards slightly worn. Includes full pages portrait of Birnbaum. A few markings throughout but overall about very good condition. (GER-59-30), Holo15, ger9, zionism6
Stock number:38606.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Mesorah Publications, 1993
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
Softbound. 8vo. XIV, 263 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Publishers description: “An elderly Chassidic rebbe sits in a wheelchair surrounded by his devoted followers. Suddenly one of them whispers in his ear, “Oberleutenant Birnbuam send regards. ” The rebbe looks up and motions for the circle to split for a tall, lanky man he saw more than thirty years earlier. To the man’s “Shalom Aleichem, ” the rebbe replies, “Yasher Koach. Yasher Koach for what you did for us in Landsberg. ” The storekeeper in Meah Shearim asks, “Aren’t you Oberleutenant Birnbaum? ” Before his startled customer can even reply, he is engulfed in a warm embrace, as the storekeeper shouts to his amazed wife and son, “This man was our liberator! ” Some people seem born to lead more interesting lives than others. Meyer Birnbaum is one of them. Relive with him the crunching poverty of Brooklyn during the Depression. Experience his spiritual awakening in Young Israel, America’s first baal teshuvah movement. Meet R’ Elchonon Wassserman, R’ Yitzchak Hutner, and Mike Tress through the eyes of an American teenager. Encounter the anti-Semitism of the American Army: Christian missionaries in sheep’s clothing, court-martial for wearing a yarmulke, fellow officers’ complaints about fighting “the Jews’ War”. Be there at the liberation of Buchenwald and Ohrduff. Hear the Klausenberger Rebbe rekindle the flame of emunah and bitachon in his overwhelming Kol Nidre drashah the first Yom Kippur after the liberation. Gun running for the Hagannah – Teaching Israeli youngsters skills they will soon put to use in Israel’s War of Independence – Photographing corpses in Israeli morgues to bring the autopsy scandal to the attention of the world – Chauffeuring Mirrer Rosh Yeshivah Rabbi Beinush Finkel and countless others to the daily sunrise minyan at the Kosel – Raising sixteen children of his own and providing a home to many others. These are but a few of the chapters in Meyer Birnbaum’s fascinating life. ” Subjects: Jews - New York (State) - New York - Biography. World War, 1939-1945 - Personal narratives, Jewish. Holocaust survivors - Germany. Orthodox Judaism - New York (State) - New York. Jews, American - Israel - Biography. Birnbaum, Meyer, 1918- condition. Previous owners signature on title page, outer edges lightly soiled, otherwise fresh and clean. Good + condition. (HOLO2-100-39), HOLO8, amr4, ee2, zionism1. (ja)
Stock number:30314.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Paulist Press, 1974
Softcover, 8vo, 164 pages, illustrated, 23 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Christian education -- Textbooks -- Catholic. Christianity and antisemitism. Textbook bias -- Europe. Catholics -- Europe -- Attitudes. Rooms-katholieken. Jodendom. Vooroordelen. Bibliography on pages 153-158. Lightwear. Very good condition. (Holo2-67-11), Ava, holo6, NUofC, NUSC
Stock number:27800.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
8vo; Resende, Brazil: Academy of Terrestrial Military History of Brazil - AHIMTB, 2008. Paperback, 8vo, 284 pages. Includes over 225 photos and portraits, a majority in color. 22 cm. In  Portuguese. Includes Sephardic and Ashkenazi soldiers. In January 1942, Brazil broke relations with the Axis at the Rio conference, and entered the war officially in August of that year, unlike Argentina, which declared war when Germany was collapsing in late March 1945. This book tells the story of its Jewish soldiers in the War. In new Condition. (MX-33-17), holocaust3, sef4
Stock number:21167.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
New York: Rutledge Press, 1981. Cloth, 4to, 272 pages, chiefly illustrations, maps (on lining papers) , 31 cm. "A Layla Productions book. " Bibliography on pages 270-272. Art from the whirlwind / Janet Blatter -- The legacy of Holocaust art / Sybil Milton -- The first response, 1933-1939 -- Ghettos -- Transit camps -- Prisons and POW camps -- The illegals -- Concentration camps -- The first observers -- Memory -- The artists: biographies. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) , in art. Art, Jewish. Jewish artists -- Biography. Added author: Milton, Sybil. ISBN 0831704187. Wear to top of spine, very good condition. (HOLO2-87-1), HOLO7, art2, INBT, mea, HOLO9
Stock number:28633.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Columbia University Press, 1959
Binding: Hardcover
Original Publisher’s Cloth. Small 4to. Xxx, 458 p. Port. 25 cm. The volume contains 26 essays and a bibliography of Professor Baron's writings (pages [xv]-xxx). Essays cover an array of subjects - from the Babylonian Academies and Maimonides theology to the cloakmakers strike of 1910 to Jewish immigrants in London in the 1880's. Also covered are the Nazi regimes in Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia and more. Includes bibliographical footnotes. Very good condition. (FEST1-19), FEST2, FEST2, HOLO6, USC1, COMHIST2, CDS, rab8, 2ndtemple1,
Stock number:27111.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, J. Reznick and Wolf Sales, 1943
Binding: Hardcover
Original Publisher's Cloth. 8vo. [4], 110 pages. 24 cm. In Hebrew with added preface in English from Joshua Bloch. Holocaust era publication. SUBJECT(S): Judaism -- Apologetic works. Includes bibliographical references and index. OCLC lists 18 copies worldwide. Very good condition. (HOLO2-62-21), HOLO6, USC1, HEB2, CDS
Stock number:26992.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : [The Protestant], 1946
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
1st Separate Edition. Original Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 10 pages ; 25 cm. Printed in two columns. "Reprinted from The Protestant. ” Post-Holocaust article on Anti-Semitism by Dr. Joshua Bloch (1890-1957) , part of an ongoing controversy he had with “The Prostestant” over the issue of Christian Antisemitism, its appearance in Catholic textbooks, and how it was dealt with in the pages of the journal. Bloch was a notable scholar and librarian (and HUC-ordained Rabbi) who served as Chief of the Jewish Division at the New York Public Library. SUBJECT(S) : Christianity and Antisemitism. OCLC lists just 3 copies worldwide (HUC, USC, Det Kngelige Bibliotek) . None on East Coast or in NYC. Slight wear but pages are clean and without markings. Very good condition. (AMR-51-26) xx, Holo15, amr5
Stock number:38092.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : The Protestant, 1943
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
1st Separate Edition. Original Wrappers. 8vo. [8] pages ; 20 cm. A Holocaust-era reflection on Antisemitism and Jewish-Christian relations. Part of an ongoing controversy Bloch had with "The Prostestant, " a liberal Chrstian journal (here also the publisher of this critical article which had appeared in its pages) over the issue of Christian Antisemitism, its appearance in Catholic textbooks, and how it was dealt with in the pages of the periodical. Bloch (1890-1957) served as Chief of the Jewish Division at the New York Public Library, SUBJECT(S) : Antisemitism -- United States. Anti-Semitic passages in Christian textbooks. OCLC lists just 2 copies worldwide (Det Kongelige Bibliotek, NLI) , and no copies in the United States. Slight toning. Very Good Condition. (HOLO2-135-63)xx
Stock number:39169.
$US 50.00
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
New York : Holmes & Meier, 1992. First edition. Paper wrappers, square 4to, 255 pages. Portraits of Holocaust rescuers from the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, and the Soviet Union/Ukraine. Includes color and black and white photographs with accompanying text. Includes bibliographical references. Prologue by Cynthia Ozick and afterword by Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis. Very good condition. (HOLO2-17-5), Holo4, mx3
Stock number:23873.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Stuttgart, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 1962
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo; 222 pages; 24cm. Veroffentlichung des Leo Baeck Instituts. Includes frontis portrait. Very Good jacket. (GEr-15-53dw), ger7, holo2
Stock number:18711.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Krakow, Centralna Zydowska Komisja Historyczna w Polsce, 1947
Binding: Paperback
Rebound. 8vo. 271 pages. 20 cm. In Polish. Title translates to English as, "Innocent Words." Robinson & Friedman # 1192: "[A] vocabulary [that] deals with 'Nazi-Deutsch' as it applies to Jews. " Wolff I # 1244: "Glossary of Nazi vocabulary, used also to disguise the extermination campaings. " Internal pages are tanned with some minor chipping on several pages, but all text is clear and binding is tight. Good condition. (HOLO2-83-49), HOLO8, INBT, MEA
Stock number:28507.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Assen, Van Gorcum, 1945
Binding: Hardback
Paper Wraps. 8vo. 75 pages. 21 cm. Cover Title: “De Illegale Pers Over Na-Oorlogsche Problemen. ” Contents/Inhoud: Interpretatie van de gebreken en stroomingen van deze tijd; Plannen voor toekomstige hervormingen, speciaal in Nederland (Sociale en Economische) ; De basis van ons staatsapparaat; Hervorming van ons staatsapparaat. OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, University of Groningen) . Cover and title page are slightly discolored with some stains, but all text is clear. Internal pages are darkened at edges. Binding it tight. Good condition. (HOLO2-41-7), Holo5, cds
Stock number:26662.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Elsevier., 1975.
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. Xii, 247 pages. SUBJECT (S) : Jews - Germany - history - 1800-1933; Jews - Germany - psychology; Germany - politics and government - 1918-1933; Germany - ethnic relations. CONTENTS: Introduction; Illusion of assimilation; The search for a home; The mark; Lord of the rings; In search of a hero; The well; The king never dies; The rumor and the reality; Conclusion. ISBN: 0444990143. Has dust jacket. Water stain to fore edge of jacket and book, good condition. (Holo2-12-19), Holo2, mx3
Stock number:23670.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Tel Aviv, Moreshet, Bet-`edut `a. Sh. Mordekhai Anilevits', 1996
(FT) Softcover. 8vo. 325 pages. Ill. 21 cm. In Hebrew with additional Table of Contents and title page in English (“Switzerland - An island”) . Contents Include: Geneva; When Did We Come to Know the Truth; The Swiss Government’s Refugee Policy; Establishing a Network of Contacts; Rescue Operations; The Kastner Train; Poland; The End of War – Realignment; Renewing the Framework of the World-Movement, 1945-1946; Asking for Forgiveness – After 50 Years. SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- Switzerland -- Biography. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Rescue. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Jewish refugees -- Switzerland. Named Person: Bornstein, Heini. Geographic: Switzerland -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy -- History -- 20th century. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN: 9657026075. Inscription to previous owner on title page, but otherwise a clean copy. Very good condition. (HOLO2-39-23), Holo5, heb2, cds
Stock number:26612.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
[Lohame ha-Geta'ot]: [Tel Aviv]: Bet lohame ha-geta'ot ; ha-Kibuts ha-me'uhad, 1976. Cloth, 8vo, 18, 351 pages., plus [2] pages of plates. 22 cm. In Yiddish. LCCN: 85-152777. In Yiddish. Title on title page verso: "Tzvishn falndike went (Between tumbling walls)." Reprint, with new introduction and including nice color reproduction of the original illustrated cover. Originally published: Varshe: Merkaz "he-Haluts" in Poyln, 1949. OCLC lists 18 copies worldwide. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Persecutions -- Poland -- Warsaw. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Warsaw -- Personal narratives. Geographic: Warsaw (Poland) -- History -- Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943 -- Personal narratives. Warsaw (Poland) -- History -- Uprising, 1944 -- Personal narratives. Warsaw (Poland) -- Ethnic relations. Very Good Condition in Very Good jacket. (H-43)
Stock number:14094.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Tel- Aviv, Ghetto Fighter's House, 1976
Binding: Hardcover
Original Publisher's Cloth. 8vo. 18, 351 pages. [2] pages of plates. illus. 22 cm. In Yiddish. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Persecutions -- Poland -- Warsaw. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Warsaw -- Personal narratives. Named Person: Borzykowski, Tuvia, 1911-. Geographic: Warsaw (Poland) -- History -- Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943 -- Personal narratives. Warsaw (Poland) -- History -- Uprising, 1944 -- Personal narratives. Warsaw (Poland) -- Ethnic relations. Very good condition in good jacket. (H-17), HOLO6, USC1, YID1, EE2, INBT, SPEC5, CDS
Stock number:27563.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Bruxelles; Etablissements Impribelge, 1945
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
Original Wrappers. 8vo. 62 pages. 16 cm. First edition. In French. Title translates as, “The Extermination of the Jews of Warsaw. ” An early history and description of the Warsaw Ghetto and the uprising taking place in 1943, as well as subsequent uprisings in death camps. Told through eyewitness reports from a refugee who was able to escape to Switzerland. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Warsaw. Jewish ghettos -- Poland -- Warsaw. Jews -- Poland -- Warsaw. World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities. OCLC lists 9 copies worldwide. (Library of Congress, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Univ. Of Virginia, Univ. Libr de Bruxelles, Univ. Of Alberta, Bayerisch Staatsbibliothek, Herder Inst, Tel Aviv Univ. , Natl. Libr. Of Poland. Light shelf wear and page toning consistent with age. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-110-7), Holo9, (hg)
Stock number:32504.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York; Pantheon Books, 1984
Binding: Hardback
Hardbound. 8vo. 255 [16] pages. 25 cm. First American edition. With 16 pages of plates. British edition published simultaneously under same title. Includes laid in fold-out page from the publishers advertising the book as concerns the sensational aspect wherein Barbie was a paid “rat” for the U. S. Secret services after the second world war ended. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Atrocities. War criminals - Germany - Biography. Barbie, Klaus, 1913-1991. Dustjacket lightly worn, outer edges lightly soiled. Clean. Very good condition. (HOLO2-88-43), HOLO8, wiv0512, ger7, amr4. (ja)
Stock number:29590.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991. Cloth, 8vo, x, 195 pages, map, 25 cm. ISBN: 0253312523 (cloth) . Includes bibliographical references on pages 181-191 and index. Subjects: Jews, Polish--France--Paris. Jews--France--Paris. Holocaust survivors--France--Paris. Yiddish language--France--Paris. Paris (France) --Ethnic relations. Series: The Modern Jewish experience. Very good condition in very good jacket. (EE-3-16), Comhist, fr1, ee2, holo9, ja
Stock number:32045.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Institute Of Human Relations Press, American Jewish Committee,, 1962
Binding: Paperback
Paper wrappers, 39 pages, stapled at center. Series: Institute of Human Relations Press. Pamphlet series; SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Persecutions -- Germany. National socialism. Eichmann, Adolf, 1906-1962. Very good condition. (HOLO2-38-3), HOLO5, women1
Stock number:26422.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Rosenthal Institute For Holocaust Studies, Graduate Center/City University Of New York: Boulder: Social Science Monographs, 2011
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. XXIII, 934 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Compiled and edited by Randolph L. Braham. An “indispensable sourcebook for anyone interested in the catastrophe that befell Hungarian Jewry during the Nazi era. It includes close to six thousand annotated references to independent and periodical literature on all aspects of the history of Hungarian Jewry before, during, and after the Holocaust. Supplied with author, name, and geographic indexes, the sourcebook is easily usable. ” - Publishers Description. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary - Bibliography. Ungarn. Judenvernichtung. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Bibliography. Hungary. Light wear to jacket. Very good + condition in vg jacket. (BRAHAM-1-25) xx, Braham1, holo10, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:33970.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Irvington Publishers, 1980
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. VI, 169 pages. 21 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham. Contains various essays on the content and approaches for implementing Human Rights; with four appendices of legal documents. Subjects: Civil rights. International relations. Light wear to cloth. No jacket. Very good + condition. (BRAHAM-1-64) xx, Braham1. (ja)
Stock number:34009.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boston; Kluwer-Nijhoff ; Hingham, MA : Distributors For North America, Kluwer Boston, 1983
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Buckram. 8vo. IX, 237 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham. Contains the following essays: I Ethics and the Holocaust. - 1 The Value of Life: Jewish Ethics and the Holocaust. - II The Allies and the Holocaust. - 2 The Horthy Offer. A Missed Opportunity for Rescuing Jews in 1944.- 3 The Struggle for an Allied Jewish Fighting Force During World War. - III The Holocaust: Selected Areas. - 4 The Japanese Ideology of Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust. - 5 The Holocaust in Norway. - IV Reactions to the Holocaust. - 6 In History’s “Memory Hole”: The Soviet Treatment of the Holocaust. - 7 Confronting Genocide: The Depiction of the Persecution of the Jews and the Holocaust in West German History Textbooks. - V Crime and Punishment. - 8 Ernst Kaltenbrunner and the Final Solution. - 9 Attitudes Toward the Prosecution of Nazi War Criminals in the United States. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Historiography. Light shelf wear, otherwise fresh and clean. Very good + condition. (BRAHAM-1-52) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33997.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Knopf, 1966
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. IX, 260 pages. 21 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham. Contains the major constitutional documents, electoral law, and party programs, for Great Britain, France, West Germany, and the U. S. S. R. Subjects: Comparative government. Political science. Europe - Politics and government. Constitutions. Election law. Political parties. Light wear to wraps, clean and fresh. Very good condition. (BRAHAM-1-63) xx, Braham1. (ja)
Stock number:34008.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Washington, D. C. ; U. S. Department Of Health, Education, And Welfare, Office Of Education, Institute Of International Studies, 1970
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. X, 227 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Detailed survey of the education system in postwar Hungary by Randolph Braham; with 48 tables, 3 charts, one map, and illustrations. Contents: The country's background - The educational inheritance - The postwar educational system - Pre-elementary education - Elementary and secondary education - Vocational and technical education - Higher education - Teachers and teacher education - Special types of education - Youth and sport organizations. Subjects: Education – Hungary. Government publication. Light wear to wraps, otherwise very fresh and clean. Very good condition. (BRAHAM-1-57) xx, Braham1. (ja)
Stock number:34002.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Washington; U. S. Dept. Of Health, Education, And Welfare, Office Of Education, 1963
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. IX, 229 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Detailed report by Randolph L. Braham on the education system in postwar Romania, with 38 tables, 3 charts, and one map. With brief survey of the history of Romania, the pre and post-war educational system, and extensively detailed survey of postwar preprimary, general, vocational, technical, and higher education systems. With chapters on teacher training and the teaching profession, and organizations for children, youths, and adults. Subjects: Education - Romania. Education. Government publication. Light wear to wraps, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (BRAHAM-1-58) xx, Braham1. (ja)
Stock number:34003.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Washington; U. S. Office Of Education, Institute Of International Studies, 1972
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. VIII, 145 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Survey of the changes and reforms in the Romanian education system since the country's adoption of a more independent approach, both to its trading relationship with the soviet union and foreign affairs, in the early and mid 1960's. Contains 17 tables, two charts, and one map. Subjects: Education - Romania - History. Education - Romania - Statistics. Light wear to wraps, overall very fresh and clean. Very good condition. (BRAHAM-1-59) xx, Braham1. (ja)
Stock number:34004.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Washington, D. C. ; U. S. Department Of Health, Education, And Welfare, Office Of Education, 1966
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. IX, 186 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Important survey by Randolph Braham of the educational system in Israel; with extensive sections on teachers training and teachers institutes and Hebrew education. With 61 tables, two figures, one map, and two pages of plates. Subjects: Education - Israel. Education, Secondary. Teachers - Training of - Israel. Éducation - Israël. Light wear to wraps, overall very clean and fresh. Very good condition. (BRAHAM-1-62) xx, Braham1. (ja)
Stock number:34007.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Social Science Monographs: Institute For Holocaust Studies Of The City University Of New York, 1985
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. XIV, 154 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham. Contains the following essays: The American Jewish leadership and the Holocaust / David S. Wyman - Patterns of Jewish leadership in Great Britain during the nazi era / Bernard Wasserstein - Some aspects of the Yishuv leadership's activities during the Holocaust / Bela Vago - Switzerland and the leadership of its Jewish community during the Second World War / Gerhart M. Riegner - Patterns of Jewish leadership in Latin America during the Holocaust / Haim Avni. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Public opinion. World War, 1939-1945 - Jews - Rescue. Jews - Politics and government. Jews - Attitudes. Public opinion. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Jews rescue (1939-1945 : World War) World War (1939-1945) . Light wear to jacket, otherwise fresh. Very good + condition in vg jacket. (BRAHAM-1-3) xx, Braham1, holo10, amr5. (ja)
Stock number:33948.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Paris; Centre De Documentation Juive Contemporaine, 2006
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 576, [8] pages. 24 cm. First edition. In French. Revue d'histoire de la Shoah 185, juillet-décembre 2006. 'Review of the History of the Shoah, #185, July-December, 2006; Jewish Councils in German Europe. ' Comparative historical survey of the functioning of the Jewish Councils through the Nazi period in various communities (baltic states, hungary, greece, france, belgium, etc. ) . Contains essays by Serge Klarsfeld and Randolph L. Braham. Subjects: Juifs - Extermination (1941-1945) . Jewish Councils. Juifs - Belgique - 1940-1945. Juifs - France - 1940-1945. Juifs - Pologne - 1940-1945. Juifs - Hongrie - 1940-1945. Juifs - Pays-Bas - 1940-1945. Juifs - Grèce - 1940-1945. Conseils juifs - Europe - 1900-1945. Guerre mondiale (1939-1945) - Juifs. Judenrat conseil juif - génocide - Juif - guerre mondiale 2. Union générale des israélites de France. Union des sociétés O. S. E. Pour la protection de la santé des populations juives – France. OCLC lists 14 copies. Light wear to wraps, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (BRAHAM-1-53), Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33998.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Budapest; Gondolat; Wilmington; Blackburn International, 1988
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. 470; 566 pages. 25 cm. First Hungarian edition. Hungarian translation of: The politics of genocide: the Holocaust in Hungary; First published in 1981 (in Hungarian: A magyar Holocaust, 1988) the Politics of Genocide became the standard work for the researchers of the topic. Its revised and extended version was published in 1994 in the United States, in 1997 in Hungary. The Politics of Genocide is the most eloquent and comprehensive study ever produced of the Holocaust in Hungary. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Hungary. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary. Ethnic relations. Jews - Persecutions. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Hungary - Ethnic relations. OCLC lists 26 copies of this edition. Near fine, still wrapped in publishers plastic. Very good + condition in vg + jacket. (BRAHAM-1-17) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33962.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Budapest; Belvárosi Könyvkiadó, 1997
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. XLVII, 1474 pages. 24 cm. Revised and Enlarged Hungarian edition. Two Volume Hungarian translation of the Revised and Enlarged edition of Politics of Genocide, 1994. The Politics of Genocide became the standard work for the researchers of the holocaust in Hungary. Its revised and extended version was published in 1994 in the United States, in 1997 in Hungary. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Hungary. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary. Ethnic relations. Jews - Persecutions. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Hungary - Ethnic relations. OCLC lissts 6 copies of this edition. Light shelf wear to jackets. Very good + condition in vg jackets. (BRAHAM-1-18) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33963.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Budapest; Uj Mandátum Könyvkiadó, 2003
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 249 pages. 24 cm. First Hungarian condensed edition. Hungarian translation of the condensed edition of Politics of Genocide published by Wayne State University Press, 2000. Translated by Szentmiklósi Tamás. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Hungary. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary. Ethnic relations. Jews - Persecutions. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Hungary - Ethnic relations. OCLC lists 7 copies. Light wear to wraps, clean and fresh. Very good + condition. (BRAHAM-1-19) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33964.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boston; Kluwer-Nijhoff; Hingham, Mass. : Distributors For North America, Kluwer Boston, 1983
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original buckram. 8vo. X, 167 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph Braham. Contains the following essays: 1 The Philosophical Implications of the Holocaust. - 2 A Psychological Perspective of the Holocaust. - 3 The Post-Holocaust Generations. - 4 Christian Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust. - 5 German Protestant Responses to Nazi Persecution of the Jews. - 6 The Irgun and the Destruction of European Jewry. - 7 Halakhah and the Holocaust: Historical Perspectives. - 8 The Surviving Voice: Literature of the Holocaust. - 9 Poetry in the Holocaust Dominion. - 10 Holocaust Imagery in Contemporary French Literature. - 11 The Genocide Bomb: The Holocaust Through the Eyes of a Survivor. - Contributing Authors. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Holocaust. Ex-library with usual marks Very good condition. (BRAHAM-1-51A) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:39612.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boston; Kluwer-Nijhoff; Hingham, Mass. : Distributors For North America, Kluwer Boston, 1983
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original buckram. 8vo. X, 167 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph Braham. Contains the following essays: 1 The Philosophical Implications of the Holocaust. - 2 A Psychological Perspective of the Holocaust. - 3 The Post-Holocaust Generations. - 4 Christian Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust. - 5 German Protestant Responses to Nazi Persecution of the Jews. - 6 The Irgun and the Destruction of European Jewry. - 7 Halakhah and the Holocaust: Historical Perspectives. - 8 The Surviving Voice: Literature of the Holocaust. - 9 Poetry in the Holocaust Dominion. - 10 Holocaust Imagery in Contemporary French Literature. - 11 The Genocide Bomb: The Holocaust Through the Eyes of a Survivor. - Contributing Authors. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Holocaust. Light soiling to binding, internally clean and fresh. Very good condition. (BRAHAM-1-51) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33996.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Bucuresti; Editura Hasefer, 2003
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 320 pages. 24 cm. First Romanian edition. Translation of the condensed edition of Politics of Genocide published by Wayne State University Press, 2000. Translated into Romanian by Catalin Patrosie. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Hungary. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary. Judenverfolgung Geschichte 1939-1944. Ethnic relations. Jews - Persecutions. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Hungary - Ethnic relations. OCLC lists 6 copies. Light soiling to bottom outer edge, otherwise fresh and clean. Very good + condition. (BRAHAM-1-20) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33965.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boulder; Social Science Monographs; New York; The Csengeri Institute For Holocaust Studies Of The Graduate School And University Center Of The City University Of New York, 1990
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. VII, 166 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham. Contains the following essays: Etty Hillesum / Irving Halperin - The holocaust poetry of Aaron Zeitlin in Yiddish and Hebrew / Emanuel S. Goldsmith - Samuel Beckett's wandering Jew / Rosette C. Lamont - German-Jewish writers on the eve of the Holocaust / Diane S. Spielmann - Women writers and the Holocaust / Ellen S. Fine - Ashes and hope / Alan L. Berger - Fictional facts and factual fictions / Lawrence L. Langer - Holocaust and autobiography / Joseph Sungolowsky - Art of the Holocaust / Sybil Milton - Jewish art and artists in the shadow of the Holocaust / Luba K. Gurdus. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) , in literature. Judenvernichtung Literatur Aufsatzsammlung Literature. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . Light shelf wear. Very good + condition in vg jacket. (BRAHAM-1-9) xx, Braham1, holo10, art2. (ja)
Stock number:33954.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Budapest; Múlt És Jövõ, 1998
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 248 pages. 20 cm. First Hungarian edition. Translation of: Romanian nationalists and the Holocaust: the political exploitation of unfounded rescue accounts. Translated into Hungarian by Hernádi Miklós. Subjects: Jews - Romania - History - 20th century. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Romania. Antisemitism - Romania - History - 20th century. Nationalism - Romania - History - 20th century. Holocaust denial - Romania. Righteous Gentiles in the Holocaust - Romania. Sorban, Raoul. Romania - History - 1944-1989. Romania - Ethnic relations. OCLC lists 8 copies. Light shelf wear. Very good + condition. (BRAHAM-1-7) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33952.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Rosenthal Institute For Holocaust Studies, Graduate School Of The City University Of New York: Distributed By Columbia University Press, 1998
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. VI, 289 pages. 24 cm. First edition. “The integrity of the historical record of the Holocaust is under attack by historical revisionists who glorify the record of the Antonescu regime, distorting, if not actually denying, the tragedy that befell Romanian Jewry during the Second World War. This study confronts the Romanian nationalists seeking to cleanse the historical record by exposing the falsehoods of their propagandistic historical positions. ” - Publishers Description. Subjects: Jews - Romania - History - 20th century. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Romania. Antisemitism - Romania - History - 20th century. Nationalism - Romania - History - 20th century. Holocaust denial - Romania. Righteous Gentiles in the Holocaust - Romania. Rettung. Fälschung. Judenvernichtung. Sorban, Raoul. Romania - History - 1944-1989. Romania - Ethnic relations. Light shelf wear to jacket. Very good + condition in vg jacket. (BRAHAM-1-6) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33951.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Knopf, 1965
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. XII, 615, VIII pages. 21 cm. First edition. Edited with introductory notes by Randolph L. Braham. Contains historical, legal, and sociological documents pertaining to the formation and current (as of 1965) direction of the Soviet Union. Subjects: Political science. Soviet Union - Politics and government. Light wear to wraps, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (BRAHAM-1-55) xx, Braham1. (ja)
Stock number:34000.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boulder; Social Science Monographs; New York: Csengeri Institute For Holocaust Studies Of The Graduate School And University Center Of The City University Of New York, 1990
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. VIII, 267 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham. Contains the following essays: 'Saving people was our main task...' An interview with Reverend József Éliás / Sándor Szenes - Christian support for Jews during the Holocaust in Hungary / Uri Asaf - The deportation of Jews from Csíkszereda and Margit Slachta's intervention on their behalf / Tamás Majsai - Destruction of Slovakian Jews as reflected in Hungarian police reports / Maria Schmidt - The forced labor of Hungarian Jews at the fortification of the western border regions of Hungary, 1944-45 / Szabolcs Szita - The Hessisch Lichtenau sub-camp of the Buchenwald concentration camp, 1944-45 / Dieter Vaupel - The second and the third generation Holocaust survivors and their descendants / Julia Szilágyi ... [et al. ] - The losses of Hungarian Jewry. A contribution to the statistical overview / László Varga. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Hungary. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary. World War, 1939-1945 - Jews - Rescue - Hungary. Righteous Gentiles in the Holocaust - Hungary. Holocaust. Deportation. Judenvernichtung. Judenverfolgung. Ethnic relations. Jews - Persecutions. BRAHAM-1-27, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33972.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Knopf, 1967
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. VIII, 299 pages. 21 cm. First edition. Edited by Samuel Hendel and Randolph L. Braham. Contents: The U. S. S. R. After fifty years: an overview, by S. Hendel. -The soviet political system, by A. G. Meyer. -The pursuit of affluence: the economic record, by P. Wiles. -The social and cultural record, by W. Miller. -Reflections on the soviet system: the durable core of totalitarianism, by B. D. Wolfe. -Reflections on the soviet system: toward a more human and equal society, by W. M. Mandel. -The U. S. S. R. In world affairs: an historic survey of Soviet foreign policy, by F. L. Schuman. -The U. S. S. R. In world affairs: problems of a "communist" foreign policy, by U. Ra'anan. -The "Socialist commonwealth": an appraisal, by R. L. Braham. -Selected bibliography (p. 295-299) . Subjects: Political science. Social history. Soviet Union - Politics and government. Soviet Union - Social conditions. Light wear to wraps, last two signatures loose; otherwise fresh and clean. Good condition. (BRAHAM-1-56) xx, Braham1. (ja)
Stock number:34001.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boulder; Social Science Monographs; New York: Rosenthal Institute For Holocaust Studies Graduate Center/City University Of New York, 2011
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. XVI, 291 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham and William J. Vanden Huevel. “A collection of papers read at the International Conference held in New York in April 2011 under the sponsorship of the Institute for Holocaust Studies of the Graduate Center of the City University of New York and the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute. The studies deal with the domestic and international ramifications of the Holocaust in Hungary, with several of them focusing on the successes and failures of the rescue decisions made under the impact the so-called Auschwitz Reports. ” - Publishers Description. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary., Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33975.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boulder; Social Science Monographs; New York: Distributed By Columbia University Press, 1997
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. XVI, 413 pages. 24 cm. First edition. “The Romanian chapter in the history of European Jewry during the Nazi era is replete with complex and controversial issues, including the anti-Jewish measures of the late-1930s, the pogroms of the early-1940s and the mass murders of Jews in Romanian-occupied parts of Ukraine. This book, divided into four parts, includes an analytical view of anti-Semitism as reflected in the 1940-1944 records of the Council of Ministers; the genocidal drive against Romanian and Ukrainian Jews during the Antonescu era; the 'foreign factor' in the history of the Holocaust in Romania; and the myths and history-cleansing campaigns spearheaded by Romanian nationalists. " (Publishers Description) . Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Romania. Jews - Persecutions - Ukraine - Transnistria (Territory under German and Romanian occupation, 1941-1944) Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Romania. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Ukraine - Transnistria (Territory under German and Romanian occupation, 1941-1944) Antisemitism - Romania. Joden. Holocaust. Judenvernichtung. Antonescu, Ion, 1882-1946. Romania - Ethnic relations. Romania - History - 1914-1944. Juden. Rumänien. Ukraine. Transnistria (Territory under German and Romanian occupation, 1941-1944) . Light shelf wear to jacket. Clean and fresh. Very good condition in vg jacket. (BRAHAM-1-4) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33949.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Rosenthal Institute For Holocaust Studies; Boulder, Colo. ; Social Science Monographs, 2009
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. X, 338 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham. “This volume is the twenty-sixth in the Holocaust Studies Series sponsored by the Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. It contains ten seminal studies the catastrophe that befell the Jews of Europe during the Nazi era. It also reprints two historically crucial documents relating to the so-called Hungarian Gold Train, a freight train that, in 1944, carried stolen or confiscated Jewish valuables from Hungary. Essays recount the unfolding of the Holocaust in Hungary and the history of the Jews in Europe. They detail the elimination of Jews in Greece, particularly from the large Sephardic community of Salonika, and describe the rescue of Jews in Albania. Nonhistorical essays concern autobiographical narratives in which survivors and their descendents reflect on the return to former shtetls in East Central Europe and the attitudes of victims toward the perpetrators of Holocaust crimes. Taken altogether, this volume formulates a more complete understanding of the Holocaust in Eastern Europe. Contents: The Christian churches of Hungary and the holocaust: an overview / Randolph L. Braham; The Shoah in Salonika / Steven B. Bowman; The Jews of Albania: a story of survival / Sami Repishti; The Holocaust in Hungary: a lecture in honor of Randolph Braham / Istavan Deak; Rescue operations in northern Transylvania / Randolph L. Braham; The Kasztner affair revisited / Eli Reichenthal; The Kasztner case: the historical context / Randolph L. Braham; Drops in the ocean: rescue operations of Jews in southern France and Hungary during the Holocaust / Christine Schmidt van der Zanden; Pilgrimages to the past: Jewish returns to eastern and central Europe / Marta Bladek; Political tolerance and intolerance: using qualitative interviews to understand the attitudes of Holocaust survivors / Nancy Isserman; The Gold Train case: final order and judgment; Current population estimates of Jewish Nazi victims from greater Hungary. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Europe, Eastern. Judenvernichtung Jews. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) World War (1939-1945) Osteuropa. Europe, Eastern. Light wear to jacket. Very good + condition in very good jacket. (BRAHAM-1-2) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33947.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Social Science Monographs: Distributed By Columbia University Press, 1985
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. XV, 235 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham and Bela Vago. “Contributions by scholars from Hungary, Israel and the United States make this the most comprehensive and reliable volume in English on the fate of the Hungarian Jews in World War II, with background material on anti-Semitism in Hungary before the war and some attention to events since. It is an honest and objective effort, not so much to recount what happened, which is well known, but to explore the causes and to assess the responsibility of the Nazis, of Hungary's prewar and wartime governments and of Hungarian society. ” -Review in Foriegn Affairs, Summer, 1986. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Hungary - Congresses. Antisemitism - Hungary - Congresses. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary - Congresses. Holocauste, 1939-1945 – Hongrie. Antisémitisme - Hongrie. Juifs - Hongrie - Persécutions. Deportation. Judenverfolgung. Judenvernichtung. Kongress. Antisemitism. Ethnic relations. Jews - Persecutions. Wallenberg, Raoul. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Haifa (1984) New York (NY, 1984) Conference proceedings. Geschichte 1941-1944. Hungary - Ethnic relations – Congresses. Light tears to upper edge of jacket. Very good + condition in vg jacket. (BRAHAM-1-31) xxxx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33976.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Rosenthal Institute For Holocaust Studies, Graduate Center Of The City University Of New York; Budapest: Institute Of History Of The Hungarian Academy Of Sciences: Europa Institute; Boulder, CO: Social Science Monographs, 1997
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. 783 pages. 24 cm. First edition. In English and Hungarian. Edited by Randolph L. Braham and Attila Pók. “Outgrowth of the International Scholars' Conference held in Budapest on Apr. 2-7, 1994.The Holocaust in Hungary consist of some 30 essays that were read at an international conference in Budapest in 1994. One of the purposes of the gathering, the first such meeting in a former Warsaw Pact country, was to evaluate the lessons of the Holocaust. About half of those taking part in the conference were from Hungary. The volume's editors are Braham, the world's leading scholar of the Holocaust in Hungary, and Pok, the Deputy Director of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences' (HAS) Institute of History. … The papers in this volume are divided into four categories: 1, preliminaries; 2, studies dealing with historical, social, economic and ideological antecedents; 3, essays dealing with the introduction and/or implementation of anti-Jewish regulations before and after the occupation of Hungary by the Nazis; and 4, papers on the Holocaust's impact on Hungary's Jews as well as its aftermath. The preliminary papers appear both in Hungarian and English, while others are presented in one or the other of these languages, each accompanied by a summary of the study's contents in the other language. ” - Review by Nandor F. Dreisziger, 1998, on H-NET reviews. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Hungary - Congresses. Antisemitism - Hungary - Congresses. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary - Congresses. Holocaust survivors - Hungary - History - Congresses. Holocaust. Judenvernichtung. Holocaust. Antisemitism. Ethnic relations. Holocaust survivors. Jews - Persecutions. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Budapest (1994) Kongress (Budapest, 1994) New York (NY, 1994) Conference proceedings. Hungary - Ethnic relations - Congresses. Light wear to jacket. Very good + condition in good jacket. (BRAHAM-1-32) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33977.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Rosenthal Institute For Holocaust Studies, Graduate Center Of The City University Of New York; Boulder, CO: Social Science Monographs, 2006
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. XXIX, 390 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham and Brewster S. Chamberlin. Published in association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Outgrowth of an international scholars' conference held in Washington, D. C. On March 16-18, 2004. “This comprehensive study of the Holocaust in Hungary addresses a broad historic perspective. The text, consisting of contributions by twenty-one distinguished scholars and including a keynote address by Elie Wiesel, deals with both wartime and postwar Holocaust issues in Hungary, as well as with some of the art and literature that arose out of the devastation. ” - USHMM. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Hungary - Congresses. Antisemitism - Hungary - Congresses. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary - Congresses. Holocaust survivors - Hungary - History - Congresses. Judenvernichtung. Antisemitism. Ethnic relations. Holocaust survivors. Jews - Persecutions. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Conference proceedings. Hungary - Ethnic relations – Congresses. Very good + condition in vg jacket. (BRAHAM-1-33) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33978.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Detroit; Wayne State University Press, 1998
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. 200 pages. 24 cm. First edition. With 11 plates and 5 maps. Published by Wayne State University Press in association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. “The Nazis’ Last Victims articulates and historically scrutinizes both the uniqueness and the universality of the Holocaust in Hungary, a topic often minimized in general works on the Holocaust. The result of the 1994 conference at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on the fiftieth anniversary of the deportation of Hungarian Jewry, this anthology examines the effects on Hungary as the last country to be taken over by the Germans. … The Nazis’ Last Victims covers the experiences of victims, perpetrators, collaborators, rescuers, resisters, and bystanders, as well as memorializers and historiographers of the Holocaust. While providing a basic historical overview of the Holocaust, this collection applies to Hungary the general themes of Holocaust historiography, analyzing traditional antisemitism, anti-Jewish legislation, local collaboration, Jewish responses, ghettoization, deportations, the killing process, and Allied responses. ” - Publishers description. Contains the following essays: The Holocaust in Hungary: a retrospective analysis / Randolph L. Braham - Germans, Hungarians, and the destruction of Hungarian Jewry / Attila Pók - The preparations for the Holocaust in Hungary: an eyewitness account / Rudolf Vrba - The last phase of the Hungarian Holocaust: the Szálasi Regime and the Jews / László Karsai - The dilemma of rescue or revolt / Asher Cohen - International intervention: the role of diplomats in attempts to rescue Jews in Hungary / Robert Rozett - Unlearning the Holocaust: recollections and reactions / Miklós Hernádi - Varieties of the Hungarian Jewish experience / Charles Fenyvesi - Personal recollections / Menahem Schmeizer. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Hungary. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary. Holocaust. Judenvernichtung. Ethnic relations. Jews - Persecutions. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Hungary - Ethnic relations. Still wrapped in publishers shrinkwrap. Very good + condition in vg + jacket. (BRAHAM-1-37) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33982.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boulder; Social Science Monographs And Institute For Holocaust Studies Of The City University Of New York, 1986
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. VII, 85 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham. “This volume is an outgrowth of the fifth major conference organized under the auspices of the Institute for Holocaust Studies of the City University of New York. Held on March 27, 1985, the conference was devoted to the issue of Christian anti-Semitism and its impact on the Holocaust. It was focused on the new, provocative, and controversial theory on the origins of anti-Semitism advanced by Professor Hyam Maccoby of the Leo Baeck College of London. ” - Pg. V. Contains the following essays: The origins of anti-Semitism / Hyam Maccoby - The origins of anti-Semitism in theology: a reaction and critique / Eugene J. Fisher - A reply to Hyam Maccoby's The Sacred Executioner / Robert A. Everett - A response to Professor Hyam Maccoby / A. James Rudin - A response to Professor Maccoby's thesis / Marc Tanenbaum - A comment on Professor Maccoby's thesis / Alan T. Davies - Reply / Hyam Maccoby. Subjects: Christianity and antisemitism - Congresses. Judaism (Christian theology) - Congresses. Antijudaismus. Aufsatzsammlung. Christentum. Maccoby, Hyam, 1924- - Congresses. Maccoby, Hyam, 1924- Views on Christianity and antisemitism - Congresses. Some wear to edge of jacket. Otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition in good jacket. (BRAHAM-1-12) xx, Braham1, holo10, (ja)
Stock number:33957.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Detroit; Wayne State University Press In Association With The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2000
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. 321 pages. 24 cm. Condensed edition. “The Politics of Genocide: The Holocaust in Hungary, Condensed Edition is an abbreviated version of this classic work first published in 1981 and revised and expanded in 1994. It includes a new historical overview, and retains and sharpens its focus on the persecution of the Jews. Through a meticulous use of Hungarian and many other sources, the book explains in a rational and empirical context the historical, political, communal, and socioeconomic factors that contributed to the unfolding of this tragedy at a time when the leaders of the world, including the national and Jewish leaders of Hungary, were already familiar with the secrets of Auschwitz. The Politics of Genocide is the most eloquent and comprehensive study ever produced of the Holocaust in Hungary. In this condensed edition, Randolph L. Braham includes the most important revisions of the 1994 second edition as well as new material published since then. ” - Publishers Description. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Hungary. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary. Judenverfolgung Geschichte (1939-1945) Judenvernichtung Judenverfolgung. Judenvernichtung. Ethnic relations. Jews - Persecutions. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Geschichte 1939-1945. Hungary - Ethnic relations. Wrapped in publishers plastic. Very good + condition. (BRAHAM-1-16) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33961.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Rosenthal Institute For Holocaust Studies Graduate Center/City University Of New York; Boulder: Social Science Monographs, 2000
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. VI, 137 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham. Contains the following essays: Origins of anti-semitism / Hyam Maccoby - The Vatican: remembering and forgetting; The Catholic Church and the Jews during the Nazi era / Randolph L. Braham - Reaction of a Catholic theologian to the Vatican's We remember document / John F. Morley - Reaction of a Protestant theologian to the Vatican's We remember document / Franklin H. Littell - Reaction of a Jewish theologian to the Vatican's We remember document / A. James Rudin - Appendixes. Letter of Pope John Paul II (March 12, 1998) and We remember: a reflection on the Shoah (March 16, 1998) - Ecumenical Council Vatican II. Nostra Aetate (no. 4) (October 28, 1965) - Guidelines and suggestions for implementing the conciliar declaration Nostra Aetate (no. 4) (December 1, 1974) - Notes on the correct way to present the Jews and Judaism in preaching and catechesis in the Roman Catholic Church (June 24, 1985) . Subjects: Judaism - Relations - Catholic Church. World War, 1939-1945 - Religious aspects - Catholic Church. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Judaïsme - Relations - Église catholique. Guerre mondiale, 1939-1945 - Aspect religieux - Église catholique. Holocauste, 1939-1945. Rooms-Katholieke Kerk. Apostolische Stoel. Holocaust. Judenvernichtung Église catholique - Relations - Judaïsme. Guerre mondiale (1939-1945) - Aspect religieux - Église catholique. Shoah. Shoah - Aspect religieux. John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005 - Relations with Jews. Catholic Church - Relations - Judaism. Very good + condition in vg jacket. (BRAHAM-1-13) xx, Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33958.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Amsterdam; Balans, 1990
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 8vo. 192 pages. 22 cm. First edition. In Dutch. Title translates as: “Even If We Are To Lose: The Jews in the Resistance and Illegal Activity, 1940-1945.” A detailed history by the historian Ben Braber on the illegal activities, sabotage, escapes, publications and other underground resistance activities of Jewish fighters in occupied Holland; with a focus on resistance group formations, especially of the left. Includes an extensive bibliography, as well as an appendix of “the Honor Roll of Fallen (Jewish) Soldiers”. Subjects: Jews - Persecutions - Netherlands. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Netherlands. World War, 1939-1945 - Jewish resistance - Netherlands. Verzet. Joden. Tweede Wereldoorlog. Holocaust. Netherlands - Ethnic relations. Light wear to covers, former owners name in front cover, pages fresh. Near fine Condition. (HOLO2-80-12xx), HOLO8, wiv0512, comhist2, ger8, bibliog3. (ja)
Stock number:29571.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
London: Victor Gollancz, 1937. Wrappers; 8vo. 383 pages. Foreword by Howard J. Laski. Contains notes and index. Illustrated with charts. Five foldout charts at end of book. Spine wrinkled and cover soiled. Good condition in good dust jacket. (H-33)
Stock number:14204.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Hamburg; Christians, 1983
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 233 pages. 21 cm. First edition. In German. Memoir of a Jewish German Refugee in the holocaust period. Subjects: Jewish refugees - United States - Biography. Holocaust survivors - Biography. Autobiographie. OCLC lists 21 copies. Light wear to wraps along backstrip, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-108-41), holo9, ger8. (ja)
Stock number:31802.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Hamburg; Christians, 1983
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Hardbound original wraps. 8vo. 233 pages. 21 cm. First edition. In German. Memoir of a Jewish German Refugee in the holocaust period. Hardbound wraps. Subjects: Jewish refugees - United States - Biography. Holocaust survivors - Biography. Autobiographie. OCLC lists 21 copies. Institutional stamps on endpages, otherwise clean and fresh. Good + condition. (HOLO2-108-41A), holo9, ger8. (ja)
Stock number:31803.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Twayne Publishers, 1961
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. 64 pages. In English. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Communist countries -- Bibliography. Braham, (1922– ) , historian of the Holocaust, distinguished professor emeritus of political science at the City College of New York and the doctoral program at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Braham was born in Bucharest (Romania) and lived until 1943 in Dej (Transylvania) , from where he was sent by the Hungarian authorities to serve in a military forced labor battalion as a Jew who was not allowed to serve in his country's armed forces. Shortly after World War II he left for the United States, where he began his academic studies in comparative politics. After obtaining his Ph. D. , he began to study the history of the Holocaust of Central European Jewry. His best-known work is The Politics of Genocide: The Holocaust in Hungary (19942) . Studies on the Holocaust, two volumes of his selected writings, appeared in 2000 and 2001 and he edited numerous volumes on the subject. (EJ, Schveiger) Ex library in very good condition. (BIB-8-1), SPEC1, bibliog2a, ee1, mx3
Stock number:20424.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Boston: Kluwer-Nijhoff, 1983
Binding: Hardcover
Cloth. 8vo. X, 167 pages. Holocaust Study Series of The Jack P. Eisner Institute for Holocaust Studies, The Graduate School and University Center, CUNY. Includes 11 essays by various authors grouped as philosophical and psychological perspectives, and ‘From Within’, including literary and halakhic perspectives. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . ISBN: 089838124X. Usual yellowing, pencil markings on several pages, otherwise in very good condition. (Holo2-30-18), Holo5, LF
Stock number:26109.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Social Science Monographs And Institute For Holocaust Studies, City University Of New York, 1984
Binding: Hardback
used very good condition; Original Cloth. 8vo. XVI, 501 pages. 24 cm. Second, revised and enlarged edition. Enlarged edition of the 1962 edition. Contains 3, 000 items in numerous languages relating to the Holocaust in Hungary; annotated throughout. Subjects: Jews - Hungary - Bibliography. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary - Bibliography. Holocaust survivors - Hungary - Bibliography. Judenvernichtung. Bibliographie. Kriegsverbrechen. Ethnic relations. Holocaust survivors. Jews. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Bibliography. Geschichte 1944-1945. Hungary - Ethnic relations - Bibliography. Very good conditionin Good Jacket. (BRAHAM-1-22) xx, Braham1, holo16, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:39682.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Social Science Monographs And Institute For Holocaust Studies, City University Of New York, 1984
Binding: Hardback
used very good condition; Original Cloth. 8vo. XVI, 501 pages. 24 cm. Second, revised and enlarged edition. Enlarged version of the 1962 edition. Contains 3,000 items in numerous languages relating to the Holocaust in Hungary; annotated throughout. Subjects: Jews - Hungary - Bibliography. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Hungary - Bibliography. Holocaust survivors - Hungary - Bibliography. Judenvernichtung. Bibliographie. Kriegsverbrechen. Ethnic relations. Holocaust survivors. Jews. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Bibliography. Geschichte 1944-1945. Hungary - Ethnic relations - Bibliography. Very good conditionin Good Jacket. (BRAHAM-1-22), Braham1, holo16, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:39683.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; St. Martin's Press, 1999
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. 240 pages. 25 cm. First U. S. Edition. Published in conjuction with the film The Last Days. Originally published: London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1999. Profusely illustrated, with an epilogue by Randolph L. Braham. Presented by Steven Spielberg and Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation; with an introduction by David Cesarani; historical consultants, Michael Berenbaum, Randolph Braham. “The German plan for annihilation of the Jews-called the 'Final Solution'-set the goal that not a single survivor would be left to bear witness to the events. Fifty years later, Steven Spielberg established Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation to record the testimony of as many survivors as possible. From the ashes of the Holocaust these voices now emerge to share their stories and to represent the nearly six million Jews who did not survive. Survivors and liberators share what they experienced in gripping, firsthand testimony. Archival photographs document history, and powerful color images chronicle the survivors' emotional return to the places of their pasts: from homes unseen for fifty years to the ghettos and concentration camps of their imprisonment. Top scholars have been brought together to share their insights into one of humanity's darkest chapters. These elements are poignantly synthesized in The Last Days as a warning for all mankind. ” - Publishers Description. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Jews - Persecutions - Hungary. World War, 1939-1945 - Concentration camps. World War, 1939-1945 - Jews. Concentration camps. Jews. Jews - Persecutions. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation. Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . OCLC lists 28 copies. Light wear to jacket. Very good + condition in vg jacket. (BRAHAM-1-54), Braham1, holo10. (ja)
Stock number:34147.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boulder; Social Science Monographs; New York : Institute For Holocaust Studies Of The City University Of New York, 1987
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
used Very Good Condition; Original Cloth. 8vo. IX, 333 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Edited by Randolph L. Braham. Contents: Federal Republic of Germany / Walter F. Renn - Israel / Ruth Firer - The United States of America / Glenn S. Pate. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) , in textbooks. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Study and teaching - Germany (West) Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Study and teaching - Israel. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Study and teaching - United States. Holocaust. Leerboeken. Geschiedenisonderwijs. Judenvernichtung Schulbuch Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) in textbooks. Study skills. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . Very good condition in good jacket. (HOLO2-115-18), Holo16
Stock number:39684.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Warsaw, Tow. “wiez”, 2001
Original Softcover. 8vo. 330 pages. map. 21 cm. SUBJECT(S): Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Press coverage -- Poland -- Jedwabne. Public opinion -- Poland. Named Person: Gross, Jan Tomasz. Sasiedzi. Geographic: Jedwabne (Poland) -- Ethnic relations -- Press coverage. Anthology of articles concerning the massacre of Jews in Jedwabne published in Polish press. The Jews of Jedwabne were murdered by the population of the town in a pogrom facilitated by the German presence in the region but not in the town. Contributors: Jacek Borkowicz, et al; introduction by Israel Gutman. Includes bibliographical references. Nice, clean copy in very good condition. (HOLO2-61-12), HOLO6, USC1, EE2, NUSC, YUofC, CDS
Stock number:27693.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Stuttgart, Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, 1966
Edition: First Edition (?)
Binding: Hardcover
8vo; 428 pages; Veroffebtlichung des Leo Baeck Institute. Braun-Vogelstein fled to the US from Germany in 1935. Guido Kisch's copy. (GER-37-73), GER7, HOLO8, MEA. Illustr: Illustrated by Frontis Portrait
Stock number:28737.
$US 50.00
Passaic, N. J. : Zwiazek Mlodziezy Polskiej, 1967. Paperback, 8vo, 78 pages. Port. 23 cm. In Polish. Includes tipped in frontis portrait. Warsaw Uprising ballads. SUBJECT (S) : World War, 1939-1945 -- Poetry. Warsaw (Poland) -- Poetry. OCLC lists 18 copies worldwide. Very Good Condition. (H2-1-14) xxx, holo16
Stock number:16885.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Buenos Aires, Argentina; Social Research Center Of DAIA, 2000
Binding: Paperback
Stapled Wrappers. 8vo. 45 pages. 23 cm. Series: Report on Anti-Semitism in Argentina. SUBJECT (S) : Antisemitism -- Argentina -- Periodicals. Geographic: Argentina -- Race relations -- Periodicals. General Info: Also issued in Spanish with title: Informe Sobre Antisemitismo En La Argentina. Light wear to cover. Previous owner’s initials on inside cover, otherwise clean copy. Very good condition. (HOLO2-28-21), Holo5, cds
Stock number:25949.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Bruxelles; Conseil D'Administration Du Mémorial National Du Fort De Breendonk, 1971
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 16mo. 115 pages. 17 cm. Third edition (revised and augmented) . In French. 'The Breendonk Fort. ' With 8 pages of plates, and one fold out plan of Breendonk. First published 1961, also issued in a Dutch edition. Contains history of Auffanglager Breendonk, known as the 'Hell of Breendonk'; with concluding chapters on the post-war trials of the guards, and of the creation of the Memorial and Museum. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Belgium - Breendonk (Willebroek) . World War, 1939-1945 - Belgium. Breendonk (Concentration camp) Belgium - History - German occupation, 1940-1945. None on OCLC for this edition. Light wear to wraps, overall very fresh and clean. Very good condition. (HOLO2-115-44), Holo10. (ja)
Stock number:34060.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Free Press., 1980.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. Xiii, 266 pages. Illustrated with tables. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust (Jewish theology) ; Holocaust survivors. CONTENTS: Introduction; The religious behavior of Holocaust survivors; The faith of Holocaust survivors; The meaning of the Holocaust; Seven theological questions. ISBN: 0029044200. Has dust jacket. Good+ condition. (Holo2-12-10), Holo2, mx3
Stock number:23633.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Free Press., 1980.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. Xiii, 266 pages. Illustrated with tables. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust (Jewish theology) ; Holocaust survivors. CONTENTS: Introduction; The religious behavior of Holocaust survivors; The faith of Holocaust survivors; The meaning of the Holocaust; Seven theological questions. ISBN: 0029044200. Has dust jacket. Good+ condition. (Holo2-12-10), Holo2, mx3
Stock number:23661.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Free Press., 1980.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. Xiii, 266 pages. Illustrated with tables. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust (Jewish theology) ; Holocaust survivors. CONTENTS: Introduction; The religious behavior of Holocaust survivors; The faith of Holocaust survivors; The meaning of the Holocaust; Seven theological questions. ISBN: 0029044200. Tear to back of jacket. Very Good condition in good jacket. (Holo2-17-19), Holo2, mx3, holo5
Stock number:26487.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Tuscaloosa : University Of Alabama Press, 2010
Paperback, 8vo, 92 pages, translated from the German with an Introduction by Barbara Fischer, Series: Fire Ant Books, A moving story of German Jews saved by the firebombing of Dresden. Very good, new condition, (HOLO2-89-79), HOLO8, wiv0512, ger7, mea
Stock number:29605.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London; Poale Zion, 1944
Binding: Pamphlet
Original Wraps. 12mo. 47 pages. 19 cm. First separate edition. Holocaust-era imprint. Reprinted, with some alterations, from the Left news, December 1943, by the Jewish Socialist Labour Party (Poale Zion) . Argues for continued Jewish and Arab cooperation in industrially and agriculturally developing Palestine. Written by Ephraim Broido (1912–1994) , Hebrew essayist, translator, and editor. Subjects: Jews - Palestine. Palestinian Arabs. Zionism. Jews. Light wear to wraps, otherwise clean. Very good condition. (ZION-7-55), Zionism2. (ja)
Stock number:35634.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Berg., 1987.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. Ix, 157 pages. First English edition. SUBJECT (S) : Germany - politics and government - 1918-1933; Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei - history. CONTENTS: Introduction: Hitler and the Nazi party in Munich, 1919-1923/4; Berlin in the autumn of 1930; national Socialism and the Weimar Republic; The process of the Nazi assumption of power; The final stages of Hitler's rise to chancellorship. ISBN: 0854965092. Has dust jacket. Very good condition. (Holo2-12-22), Holo2, mx3
Stock number:23645.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Notre Dame; University Of Notre Dame Press, 1983
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Clothbound. 8vo. XII, 244 pages. 23 cm. First edition. Written by Protestant Theologian Robert McAfee Brown, member of the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Council, this literary and philosophical study attends to the written works of Elie Wiesel. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) , in literature. Judaism and literature -- France. Holocaust (Jewish theology) Wiesel, Elie, 1928- -- Criticism and interpretation. Wiesel, Elie, 1928- - Religion. With lightly soiled dustjacket. Clean and fresh. Near fine condition. (HOLO2-88-36), HOLO8, wiv0512, amr4. (ja)
Stock number:29583.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, W. W. Norton & Co., 2010
Softcover. 8vo. Xxii, 375 pages. Ill. “Draws on the testimony of survivors of the Holocaust-era Starachowice slave-labor camps to examine the Jewish prisoners' fight for survival through a succession of brutal Nazi camp regimes. ” SUBJECT (S) : World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Poland -- Starachowice. Forced labor -- Poland -- Starachowice -- History -- 20th century. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Starachowice. Jews -- Poland -- Starachowice -- History -- 20th century. Nazis -- Poland -- Starachowice -- History -- 20th century. Holocaust survivors -- Poland -- Starachowice -- Biography. Named Corp: Starachowice -- Arbeitslager Time: Geschichte Geschichte 1939-1945 Geographic: Wierzbnik (Starachowice, Poland) -- History -- 20th century. Starachowice (Poland) -- Juden. Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-362) and index. ISBN: 9780393070194. Very good, almost new condition (HOLO2-89-67)., HOLO8, wiv0512, ee2, inbt, mea
Stock number:29317.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Stockholm, Regeringskansliet, 1998
Paperback. Oblong. 83 pages. Ill. 19 x 28 cm. Second, Revised Edition. Commissioned by the Swedish government for the “Living History Forum, ” the book is a pictorial and anecdotal history of the holocaust. ” ISBN: 9163063840. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . "Levande historia. " Light bumping to corners. Otherwise a nice, clean copy in very good condition. (HOLO2-63-13)., HOLO6, USC1, CDS
Stock number:27010.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, R. Bryks, 1966
Binding: Hardcover
(FT) (FT) Cloth, small 8vo, 96 pages, in Hebrew. With authors inscription. Includes Illustrations, facsimiles & music. Added title” “A Cat in the Ghetto. ” With a (printed) letter by Eleanor Roosevelt. Originally in Yiddish, and here translated into Hebrew by Indelman, Rachmil Bryks's vivid stories portray Jewish life in the Lodz ghetto and at Auschwitz. In a spare and tragicomic style, they illuminate the small and large absurdities that arise at the limits of human endurance—from the cooking of "roast meat" made of cabbage leaves to the predicament of Jews forced to cooperate in the hierarchy of their own annihilation. Deceptively simple and often humorous, these stories nevertheless mirror Bryks's nuanced view of major moral dilemmas of the period: action vs. Inaction, preserving dignity vs. Survival. (amazon 2009) , Very good conditon, (HOLO2-98-12A), HOLO8, heb3, mea
Stock number:30264.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, R. Bryks, 1966
Binding: Hardcover
(FT) (FT) Cloth, small 8vo, 96 pages, in Hebrew, Includes Illustrations, facsimiles & music. Added title” “A Cat in the Ghetto. ” With a (printed) letter by Eleanor Roosevelt. Originally in Yiddish, and here translated into Hebrew by Indelman, Rachmil Bryks's vivid stories portray Jewish life in the Lodz ghetto and at Auschwitz. In a spare and tragicomic style, they illuminate the small and large absurdities that arise at the limits of human endurance—from the cooking of "roast meat" made of cabbage leaves to the predicament of Jews forced to cooperate in the hierarchy of their own annihilation. Deceptively simple and often humorous, these stories nevertheless mirror Bryks's nuanced view of major moral dilemmas of the period: action vs. Inaction, preserving dignity vs. Survival. (amazon 2009) , Very good conditon. (HOLO2-98-12B), HOLO8, heb3, mea
Stock number:30265.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Nyu-York; Y. Briks Bukh-Komitet Mit Der Mithilf Fun Dovid Ignatov Literatur Fond, 1954
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
(FT) Publishers cloth. 8vo. 144 pages. 24 cm. First edition. In Yiddish. inscribed in Yiddish on first page by the author. On verso of title page: For the sanctification of God's name. “Between his 1939 book of Yiddish poetry, ‘Yung Grin Mai’ (‘Young Green May’) and his caustic novella, ‘A Cat in the Ghetto, lay the Holocaust: Skaryýsko-Kamienna, where Rachmil Bryks was born in 1912; Lodz, to which he was deported; Auschwitz, which he survived, and, ultimately, New York — where he died in 1974, though later interred in Jerusalem. ‘A Cat in the Ghetto, ’ recently republished by Persea Books, first appeared in 1952 under the more unnerving title ‘Oyf Kidesh Hashem, ’ meaning, ‘In Sanctification of the Name, ’ but expressing, also, the pious euphemism for martyrdom. Like fellow survivor Yehiel De-Nur, who, writing under his camp name and number Ka-tzetnik 135633, called the gas chambers the ‘inner sanctum of the Temple of Auschwitz, ’ Bryks displays and proclaims like a 20th-century prophet. In his novellas, the tattooing needle of Auschwitz trails a thread tied, at one end, to the Book of Lamentations, which sanctified the destruction of a Jewish way of life in mourning the loss of a symbolic Temple, thereafter endlessly transformed. … Bryks took the litany of Lamentations as inspiration for the secular litany of his ghetto experience between 1939 and 1944. (Compared with the ghetto years, Auschwitz occupies a brief place in his collected works, which also include a novel, ‘The Paper Crown, ’ and stories from the beginning of the war. ) But whereas younger writers like these sacrificed everything to render literature true to experience, Bryks, writing in a very native Yiddish, clung fast to his roots in the Book of Prophets, Sholom Aleichem, the midrash, the folktale and the megillot. Bryks, who in photographs resembles a Polish vaudevillian, considered himself a survivor of neither the Holocaust nor the Shoah, but rather as one passed over by the ‘Khurbn, ’ which came only for the Yidn. In his essay ‘My Credo, ’ he wrote, ‘I want to emphasize that our Khurbn period includes also the spiritual khurbn in the Soviet Union during the Stalin era — the destruction of the Jewish word, the slaughter of Yiddish writers, actors, artists, teachers and others engaged in the field of Yiddish culture. ’ According to his daughters, the mamaloshn was the only tongue tolerated in their home on New York City’s Upper West Side, where, in contrast to the tortured linguistic contortions of German-language poet Paul Celan in Paris, Bryks wrote steadily at the kitchen table by day and met Isaac Bashevis Singer, Itzik Manger and Avrum Reisen for tea at the Garden Cafeteria. ” (From “A Yiddish Cat Still Laughing After Hot, Black Fire” by Daniel Elkind; published March 11, 2009, issue of March 20, 2009; Jewish Daily Forward) . Subjects: Short stories, Yiddish. Light wear to covers, very good condition. (HOLO2-97-18-JU) XX, HOLO8, wiv0512, yid1. (ja)
Stock number:29498.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Köln, W. Kohlhammer, 1949
Softcover. 8vo. vii, 251 pages. 23 cm. In German. Bultmann (1884 –1976) was a German theologian of Lutheran background who was critical of the Nazis and spoke out against the mistreatment of Jews under the Third Reich. CONTENTS: Ezechiel 8, 1-9, 11. 11, 24-25; “der Parakler im Johannesevangelium” von E. Balla; “Soeren Kierkegaard” von G. Bornkamm; “”Jesus Christus in Person” von H. Diem; “Prometheus und die Tragoedie der Kultur” von E. Fuchs; “Die christliche Wahrheit” von H. G. Gadamer; “Das Problem des Kultischen im evangelischen Gottesdienst” von f. Gogarten; "Sinai und Choreb” von G. Harbsmeier; “Eine urchristliche Taufliturgie” von G. Hoelscher; “Kirchengeschichte als theologische Disziplin” von E. Kaesemann; “Christlicher Glaube und existenzielles Denken” von H. Karpp; “Ueber das volkommene Gesetz der Freiheit” von G. Krueger; “Aufbau und Ordnung der Ekklesia nach dem Neuen Testament” von H. Schlier; “gedanken Luthers zur Frage der ‘Entmithologisierung’” von J. Schniewind; “Sola gratia?” von F. K. Schumann; “Bibliographia Bultmanniana” von E. Wolf. SUBJECTS: Religion. Rudolf Karl, 1884-1976. Foreword by E. Wolf. "Bibliographia Bultmanniana": pages 241-251. Pages browned, but not fragile. Front hinge repaired. Very good condition. (FEST1-22), Fest2, ger7new, holo6, cds
Stock number:27260.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Zurich: Hrsg. Vom Bund Ehemaliger Kz-Häftlinge In Zürich, [1946-1950?]
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
Original Wrappers. 8vo. 16 pages. 21 cm. First edition. In German. “Nie wieder! : hrsg. Vom Bund ehemaliger KZ-Häftlinge in Zürich anlässlich der Ausstellung ‘Nie wieder!" (Never again! : ed. Union of former concentration camp prisoners in Zurich on the occasion of the exhibition ‘Never again!") . With 6 illustrations (photographs) and a two page map detailing the locations of the German Concentration Camps; with an introduction to the exhibition by Benno Schachter, President of the Union of former KZ prisoners. An early commemoration piece. Subjects: Nationalsozialismus. Konzentrationslager. OCLC lists 11 copies. Fresh and clean. Very good condition. (HOLO2-104-21), holo9, ger8. (ja)
Stock number:31616.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Young People’s League Of The United Synagogue Of America, 1936
Binding: Hardback
Paper Wraps. 4to. 8 pages. Holocaust-era imprint. Published by the youth arm of the United Synagogue of America, which sought to bring the Jewish youth nearer to traditional, historical Judaism and to the Synagogue. Contents Includes: “Programs Against Pogroms, ” “Combatting Anti-Semitism in America, ” “A Maximum Judaism, ” “What Being a Jew Means to Me. ” OCLC lists no copies. Light crease through middle of pages, but all text is clear. Very good condition. (HOLO2-47-29) ., Holo5, period1, period1, amr4, cds
Stock number:26376.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Young People’s League Of The United Synagogue Of America, 1936
Binding: Hardback
Paper Wraps. 4to. 4 pages. Holocaust-era imprint. Published by the youth arm of the United Synagogue of America, which sought to bring the Jewish youth nearer to traditional, historical Judaism and to the Synagogue. Contents Includes: “Discourse on a Familiar Theme (Anti-Semitism) , ” “To Overcome Religious Indifference. ” OCLC lists no copies. Tri-fold creases through pages, with some ripping at edges, but no loss of paper and all text is clear. Good condition. (HOLO2-47-30) ., Holo5, period1, period1, amr4, cds
Stock number:26377.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Cambridge University Press, 1997
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 8vo. XI, 261 pages. 24 cm. First edition. “This series of essays by one of today's most original and prolific scholars on German racial policy concerns three interrelated aspects of Nazi Germany: relations with 'the east', 'euthanasia' and extermination. They are linked closely by the sub-themes of professionals or 'experts' and an interest in competing systems of morality. The collection includes important and wholly new contributions to the German-Soviet war and other national tragedies; to the controversial question of whether the Nazi analogy has any relevance to contemporary ethical discussions; and to the contemporary historiography, including works of fiction and literary criticism, of the Holocaust. The product of twelve years' research on Nazi Germany, the book will be essential reading for anyone interested in current scholarship on the period, or indeed in how we might view the period in future decades. ” (publishers description) . Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Atrocities. National socialism - Germany. Euthanasia - Germany - History. Genocide - Soviet Union. Genocide - Europe, Eastern. Massacres - Europe, Eastern. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Light shelf wear. Very good condition. (HOLO2-102-32), HOLO8, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:30435.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Hardback
Varsovie: Interpress, 1986. Paper; 8vo. 211 pages. In French. Illustrated with many black-and-white photographic plates. Map facing preface. Foldout plan of "Le KL Auschwitz I" following page 32; "Le KL Auschwitz II (Birkenau) " following page 144. Map on inside front and back cover. Appendix: "Grades dans la SS" and bibliography. Preface by Josef Buszko. Collection of articles by various authors. Some edgewear to covers; very good condition. (H-30-5), holo12a
Stock number:14139.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Published By The Author, 1994
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, 8vo, 148 pages, illustrated, 25 cm. Memoirs of a Polish Christian who saved Jews during the Holocaust. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Persecutions -- Poland -- Warsaw. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Warsaw -- Personal narratives. Righteous Gentiles in the Holocaust -- Poland -- Warsaw. Judenvernichtung. Erlebnisbericht. Rettung. Geschichte 1939-1945. Caitung, Severin. Caitung, Marge. Warsaw (Poland) -- Ethnic relations. Warschau. Juden. Light shelfwear staining to back cover. Very good condition. (Holo2-67-2), Ava, holo6, YUofC, YUSC
Stock number:27792.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Montreal, Canadian Jewish Congress, 1946
Newspaper. 12 pages. 36 cm. Founded in 1919, the Canadian Jewish Congress has been for much of its history the singular democratic voice of Canadian Jewry. Though it is a national organization, it has offices and affiliates in all of Canada's regions. Published monthly. Contents includes: “Church vs. Antisemitism, ” “Jews in Agriculture, ” “An Antisemitic Underground, ” “Canadian Census and Jews, ” “Revolt in Treblinka, ” “Jews in Berlin, ” “Working for Refugees. ” OCLC lists 13 copies worldwide. Ex-library with minimal markings. National Jewish Welfare Board stamps and Canadian postmark atop front page. Pages are darkened and fragile, chipping at edges and spine. Good condition. (HOLO2-47-7) ., HOLO5, PERIOD1, CDS, period1
Stock number:26271.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Fresh Meadows, N. Y. ; Biblio Press, 1987
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
Original Wraps. 4to. IX, 193 pages. 28 cm. Second edition. Partially annotated by Aviva Cantor with 1983-1986 citations compiled by Ora Hamelsdorf ; editorial coordinator: Doris B. Gold; editorial assistant: Judith Pearl. “This work includes an introductory essay evauating trends in writing about Jewish women and a bibliography. The bibliography is divided into two parts. Part I is a reprint of the first edition (1979) with supplements. Part II covers the years 1980-1986. More than 4, 000 items pertaining to such subjects asd Jewish women in history/herstory, Jewish women in religious life and law, Jewish women in the United States and Canada, Jewish women in Israel, Jewish women in other countries, Jewish women in the Holocaust and Resistance, and Jewish women in poetry are listed. The bibliography also lissts unpublished papers, recent women's conferences, studies and surveys, and bibliographies. It includes references to part I and II and an index to authors. ” - #861, Judaica Reference Sources, Second Edition, Cutter and Oppenheim. Subjects: Jewish women - Bibliography. Juives - Bibliographie. Jewish women. Institutional stamps and markings on outer edges and title page; pencilled notation on first endpage, otherwise clean and fresh. Good + condition. (WOMEN-1-33), Women1, bibliog5. (ja)
Stock number:35744.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, American Jewish Congress, 1944
Binding: Paperback
Wrappers, 8vo, 20 pages. Newsletter published weekly during this period; Includes articles on the 'Final Struggle in Poland's Ghettos, A Report from the Jewish Underground', 'Failure of Apologetics' by William Eliasberg, 'A Law Against Group Libel' by Victor S. Yarros, 'The Lemberg Dreyfus Case' by N. Kantor, and 'The Situation in Poland'. Natural yellowing; small tear on back cover, otherwise in very good condition. (Holo2-42-6), Holo5, period1
Stock number:26525.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Cincinnati, Ohio, Union Of American Hebrew Congregations, 1945
Binding: Hardback
Staplebound. 4to. [2], 10 pages. 28 cm. A play based on a true story, “in tribute to…Chaplains of the U. S. Army, who ‘with utter disregard for self, ’ gave their lives so that the ideals for which they died, might live on. ” SUBJECT (S) : Chaplains, Military -- Drama. Named Person: Goode, Alexander David, 1911-1943. Play based on incident during World War 2. OCLC lists one copy worldwide (Hebrew Union College) . Jewish institutional stamp on cover. Lightly worn with some bending at edges, but all text is clear. Internal pages are nice and clean, in very good condition. (HOLO2-51-29)., Holo5, amr4, cds
Stock number:26645.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Moscow, 2005
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
1st Russian Edition. Original Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 376 pages : map ; 22 cm. IN RUSSIAN. Also issued in English as: “1939 : The Alliance that Never was and the Coming of World War II. ” This 1999 study challenges the orthodox interpretation of why negotiations between Britain, France and the Soviet Union failed to produce an alliance against Nazi Germany. A Russian translation. SUBJECT (S) : World War, 1939-1945 -- Causes. Diplomatic history. OCLC lists only 1 copy worldwide (Queens Univ. Library in Canada) . Some edgewear. About very good condition. (HOLO2-130-12), Holo13
Stock number:36938.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York: Published By Sepher-Hermon Press For The Alumni Association Of The Rabbinical Seminary Of Budapest, 1986
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, 8vo, xiii, 334, 56 pages, 11 pages of plates, illustrated, 24 cm. “When the Nazis occupied Hungary on March 19, 1944, the seminary building was sacked. By admitting all applicants – there were 174 students registered in 1944 – it saved some young men from deportation. Ninety graduates and over 60 students died in the Holocaust. With the liberation of Hungary by the Russians in 1945, the seminary gradually rebuilt its life under the present government, though on a limited scale. It trained Hebrew teachers and expanded the Tarbut high school with special emphasis on modern Hebrew. It maintained contact with Jewish scholars the world over and remained the only rabbinical seminary in Eastern Europe, housing a 150, 000-volume library and serving students from neighboring countries into the 21st century” (EJ, 2007) . SUBJECT(S) : Jewish learning and scholarship -- Hungary. Jewish scholars -- Hungary -- Biography. Jodendom. Seminaries. Orszagos Rabbikepzo-Intezet (Hungary) . Boedapest. English and Hebrew. Title on added title page: Bet ha-midrash le-rabanim be-Budapesht, 637-737. Includes bibliographies. Other Titles: Bet ha-midrash le-rabanim be-Budapesht, 637-737. Light wear. Very good condition. (Holo2-68-17), Ava, holo6, ee1, YUofC, NUSC
Stock number:27823.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Berlin, Philo-Verlag
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Waterdamaged, covers chipping & fragile, paper & binding OK; 8vo; 82 pages; 23 cm. (GER-42-23), GER8
Stock number:4898.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Sepher-Hermon Press., 1981.
Binding: Paperback
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
8vo. Xviii, 226 pages. Plate illustrations. Inscribed by author. SUBJECT (S) : Jews – Ukraine – Zakarpats'ka oblast – history; Jews – Romania – Sighetu Marmatiei – history; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Ukraine – Zakarpats'ka oblast; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Romania – Sighetu Marmatiei; Hasidism – Ukraine – Zakarpats'ka oblast; Hasidism – Romania – Sighetu Marmatiei. ISBN: 0872030946. Very good condition. (COMHIST-18-21), Comhist2, EE2, HOLO8, wiv0512, INBT, MEA
Stock number:29270.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Jerusalem; [No Publisher Stated], 1977
Binding: Pamphlet
Original Wraps. 8vo. Pages 465-525 [i. E. 60 pages] 22 cm. First separate edition. "Reprint from: Rescue attempts during the Holocaust proceedings of the second Yad Vashem International historical Conference-April 1974." Historical work, and reflection on the documentation and materials, on the rescue of the Jews in Croatia. Bibliography: p. 507. Document Facsimiles: p. 508-525. Daniel Carpi (1926-2005) was Professor of Jewish History at the University of Tel Aviv, Israel; author of numerous works in Italian, Hebrew, and English on the history of the Holocaust in Italy and its territories. Subjects: Jews - Croatia. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Croatia. Jews. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . OCLC lists 6 copies. Lightly aged and light soiling to wraps, contains red pencil underlining throughout, otherwise clean and fresh. Good + condition. (HOLO2-123-48), HOLO11, IT1. (JA) , sef8
Stock number:35504.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : St. Martin's Press., 1979.
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. X, 200 pages. First American edition. SUBJECT (S) : Heads of state - Germany - biography; Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945; Germany - history - 1933-1945; Germany - politics and government - 1933-1945. CONTENTS: The politician, 1919-33; The dictator, 1933-45; The military commander; Hitler's intellectual world; A sick man? . ISBN: 0312388187. Has dust jacket. Light water stain in upper corner, good+ condition. (Holo2-12-27), Holo2, mx3
Stock number:23678.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Bruxelles; Le Centre, 1980
Binding: Paperback
Stiff paper wrappers. 8vo. 77, [5], 24 pages. 25 cm. Serial Publication. The Center for Research and Studies on the History of the Second World War was founded on 13 December 1967. Its task was “to take all necessary measures to collect, preserve and study documents or archives relating to the Second World War in Belgium, its antecedents, background and consequences” [Moniteur Belge (Belgian law gazette) ], 10 February 1968, n° 29, p. 1259-1260) . Originally, the Center was attached to the General Archives and was placed under the direction of the Department of National Education. This issue of the Journal of the Center, Number 10, October 1980, contains the dossiers and expositions of the various committees at the Center, new additions to the Archives and Collections, Recent Publications and Conferences of the Center, A Chronicle on Resistance during the Second World War, Notes from over a dozen lectures at the Center, and a bibliography of recent publications related to Belgium in the Second World War. Includes 4 pages of photographic plates. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Periodicals. World War, 1939-1945 - Belgium - Periodicals. Covers lightly soiled, with bumped outer edges. Clean and fresh. Good condition. (HOLO2-100-6), HOLO8, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:30281.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Bruxelles; Le Centre, 1981
Binding: Paperback
Stiff paper wrappers. 8vo. 54, 52 pages. 25 cm. Serial publication. The Center for Research and Studies on the History of the Second World War was founded on 13 December 1967. Its task was “to take all necessary measures to collect, preserve and study documents or archives relating to the Second World War in Belgium, its antecedents, background and consequences” [Moniteur Belge (Belgian law gazette) ], 10 February 1968, n° 29, p. 1259-1260) . Originally, the Center was attached to the General Archives and was placed under the direction of the Department of National Education. This issue of the Journal of the Center, Number 11, December 1981, contains the dossiers and expositions of the various committees at the Center, new additions to the Archives and Collections, Recent Publications and Conferences of the Center, A brief biography of the anti-nazi Cardinal Van Roey, Notes from over a dozen lectures at the Center, and a bibliography of recent publications related to Belgium in the Second World War. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Periodicals. World War, 1939-1945 - Belgium - Periodicals. Light wear to covers. Good + condition. (HOLO2-100-7), HOLO8, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:30282.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Paris, Centre De Documentation Juive Contemporaine, 1976
Paper Wraps. 48 pages. [85-132]. 28 cm. Publication of the CDJC, a French Jewish organization clandestinely created in 1943, during the German occupation, in order to collect documentation on the Holocaust. The CDJC has numerous collections of documents from the French Gestapo, the German Embassy in Paris, the German Supreme Military Command in France, and the French Commissariat Général aux Questions Juives. Contents in this issue includes, "Expertise sur la Connaissance par le SS Obersturmbannfuhrer Ehlers du sens reel de la Deportation des Juifs de Belgique, " par le docteur Joseph Billig; "Tableau de la Deportation des Juifs de Belgique; " "Les Criminels de Guerre, La Justice... Et Nous, " par Maurice PIORO, President de l'Union des Deportes Juifs et Ayants Droit de Belgique; "Allocution de Beate Klarsfeld Devant la Caserne Dossin a Malines; " Quelques Episodes Tragiques des Persecutions Antijuives en Belgique (Rapport du Gouvernement belge au proces de Nuremberg) ; " "Babi Yar, C'etait il y a Trente-Cinq Ans; " "Commemoration des Rafles de Juillet 1942." Some bumping at corners of cover. Pages are slightly darkened but all text is clear. Very good condition. (HOLO2-41-14), HOLO5, CDS, fr1 Period1
Stock number:26669.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Paris, Centre De Documentation Juive Contemporaine, 1976
Paper Wraps. 36 pages. [133-168]. 28 cm. Publication of the CDJC, a French Jewish organization clandestinely created in 1943, during the German occupation, in order to collect documentation on the Holocaust. The CDJC has numerous collections of documents from the French Gestapo, the German Embassy in Paris, the German Supreme Military Command in France, and the French Commissariat Général aux Questions Juives. Contents in this issue includes, "Le Gouvernment Laval et les tentatives de relance de la collaboration, " par Fred Kupferman; "La politique de collaboration, " un entretien avec M. Henri Michel; "A propos du recensement des juifs en France et de son exploitation, " Responses a un haut fonctionnaire de Vichy d'Henri Michel et de Georges Wellers; "Ceremonie de Hazkara au memorial du martyr juif inconnu; "Necrologie: Bernard PONS. " Some bumping at corners of cover. Pages are slightly darkened but all text is clear. Very good condition. (HOLO2-41-15), HOLO5, CDS fr1 Period1
Stock number:26670.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Paris; Revue Du Centre De Documentation Juive Contemporaine, 1984
Binding: Paperback
Original Wrappers. 4to. 104, [4], [4] pages. 27 cm. Serial Publication. In French. Special two issue series of “Le Monde Juif” on “L’Impact Soulevement du Ghetto de Varsovie” [The Impact of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising]. The publication “Le Monde Juif” of the Center of Contemporary Jewish Documentation was published from 1946 until 1996, succeeded by “Revue d'histoire de la Shoah”; this special double issue contains a lengthy round table discussion by numerous French historians, holocaust survivors, and partisans, concerning the impact of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising on Poland and on France. Includes 10 illustrations of the uprising. Subjects: Juif - résistance (politique) - origines - 20e s. Jews - Periodicals. Light wear to covers, lightly aged. Good + condition. (HOLO2-99-13), HOLO8, ee2, comhist2, bibliog3. (ja)
Stock number:30191.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Paris; Revue Du Centre De Documentation Juive Contemporaine, 1979
Binding: Paperback
Original Wrappers. 4to. [40] pages. 27 cm. Serial Publication. In French. Number 96, October-December 1979. The publication “Le Monde Juif” of the Center of Contemporary Jewish Documentation was published from 1946 until 1996, succeeded by “Revue d'histoire de la Shoah”; this issue contains an essay on Emigration from the 3rd Reich to France between 1933 and 1939, an article and a rebuttal on the Silence of Pope Pius XII, Book Reviews, and a note on the The Foundation of French Judaism. Subjects: Juif - résistance (politique) - origines - 20e s. Jews - Periodicals. Light wear and light soiling to covers, otherwise clean. Good + condition. (HOLO2-100-1), HOLO8, comhist2, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:30276.
$US 50.00
Imprint: [Paris]: [Memorial To The Unknown Jewish Martyr], Editions Polyglottes [Printer]) ,, 1961
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
1st Edition. Original Red Illustrated Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 47 pages ; 25 cm. Exhibition catalog, loaded with photos. “This exhibition [was] organized by the Centre of Jewish Contemporary Documentation and the Memorial to the Unknown Jewish Martyr. ” Contains a brief history describing day-to-day life in the Warsaw Ghetto with many photographs and documents. About 400, 000 Jews lived in the Warsaw Ghetto, which was the largest of all Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe. OCLC lists 10 copies worldwide. Slight toning. Very minimal staining. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-130-4A), Holo15
Stock number:38688.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : J. Reznick And Wolf Sales, 1943
Binding: Hardcover
8VO. 110 pages. In Hebrew. Holocaust era publication. SUBJECT (S) : Judaism -- Apologetic works. OCLC lists 18 copies worldwide. In good condition. 2nd and 3rd copies is1962 edition, in English. (HOLO2-8-20), Holo3, mx3,
Stock number:23699.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : J. Reznick And Wolf Sales, 1943
Binding: Hardcover
8VO. 110 pages. In Herbew with preface in English. Holocaust era publication. SUBJECT (S) : Judaism -- Apologetic works. OCLC lists 18 copies worldwide. In good condition. 2nd and 3rd copies is1962 edition, in English. Ex-library with bookplate and pocket. Spine tanned. Good + condition. (HOLO2-40-15), Holo3, mx3, HOLO5
Stock number:26017.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Sydney; Associated General Publications, 1945
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Pamphlet
Original Wraps. 8vo. [64] pages. 22 cm. Second revised edition, 1st edition thus. Holocaust-era imprint. With a preface by Professor Walter Murdoch. First edition issued under the title: 'The compleat anti-Semite: an inoculation against infection'. Anti-anti-Semitism pamphlet from a liberal and Christian humanist perspective: ‘our immediate duty, not as a country but as individuals, is to do our best, in whatever circle of our friends and neighbours we can reach, to fight the anti-Semitic virus for all we are worth, and to create, as far as we can, a sane and reasonable and humane public opinion throughout Australia’ - p. 3. Much material on the recent horrors. Subjects: Antisemitism. Minorities. Social history. Germany - Social conditions. OCLC lists 21 copies of this edition. Light edge wear to wraps, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-123-38), Holo11. (ja)
Stock number:35463.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Los Angeles, Delmar Pub. Co, 1973
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. 179 pages. In English. SUBJECT (S) : World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. In very good condition. (HOLO2-8-22), Holo3, mx3,
Stock number:23701.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, N. Y. , U. S. A. : Penguin Books,, 1993
Paperback, vi, 205 pages, illustrations (some color) , 4to, 23 x 28 cm. SUBJECT(S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) , in art -- Exhibitions. Chicago, Judy, 1939- -- Exhibitions. Note(s) : "First published in simultaneous hardcover and paperback editions by Viking Penguin and Penguin Books"-Title page verso. Includes bibliographical references (p. [195]-205) . Wear to edges of cover. Otherwise, very good condition. (Holo2-16-9), Mx3, Holo3
Stock number:22420.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
San Diego: A. S. Barnes, 1980. Cloth, 8vo, 182 pages, illustrations, facsims, 24 cm. Subjects: Cholawski, Shalom. Jews -- Persecutions. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Personal narratives. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jewish resistance. (Belarus) -- Ethnic relations. Slight wear and soil to edges of dust jacket. Otherwise, very good condition. (Holo2-16-42)
Stock number:21793.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Hilversum; Softmachine BV, 2000
Plastic case. PC and Mac CD-ROM. Story of Anne Frank and the people around her as she and her family hid from the Nazis, using historical photographs, excerpts from films, Frank family photos, voice narration and music. Includes virtual journey through the Anne Frank House as it was when Anne wrote her renowned diary. With material on anti-semitism, World War II, and concentration camps. Contents: Virtual journey through the Anne Frank House as it was when Anne wrote her diary - Unique photographs from the Frank family album - More than 1500 historical photographs - Excerpts from more than 15 films including the only motion pictures of Anne Frank - More than 300 slide shows - Nearly 4 hours of voice narration, audio effects and music - Comprehensive glossary and help section. Subjects: Jews - Netherlands - Amsterdam - Interactive multimedia. Jews - Persecutions - Netherlands - Interactive multimedia. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Netherlands - Amsterdam - Interactive multimedia. World War, 1939-1945 - Children - Netherlands - Amsterdam - Interactive multimedia. Frank, Anne, 1929-1945 - Interactive multimedia. Very good condition. (HOLO2-96-32), HOLO8, wiv0512, spec6, art2, bibliog3. (ja)
Stock number:29461.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Rio De Janeiro; Editôra Do Autor, 1961
Binding: Paperback
Original Stiff Wrappers. 8vo. 223, [16] pages. 21 cm. First Portuguese edition. Translation of “Eichmann - The Savage Truth. ” Translated by Tati de Moraes. Published in various languages immediately before the Eichmann trial, this detailed biography of Eichmann the “Assassin of Millions” was written by the British writer Comer Clarke. Includes 19 photographs. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Atrocities. Jews - Persecutions - Germany. Eichmann Adolf, 1906-1962. OCLC lists one copy of the Portuguese edition (UC Berkeley) . Covers worn, lightly torn backstrip, outer edges worn. Fair condition. (HOLO2-99-18), HOLO8, ger7, latam1. (ja)
Stock number:30196.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Jero Pub. Co., 1953
Softcover, 168 pages, illustrated, group portraits, 12mo, 20 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Communism -- United States - 1917. Wear to cover binding and edges. Light wear. Otherwise, very good condition. (Holo2-21-5), Mx3, Holo4
Stock number:24014.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, NY; American Jewish Committee, Institute Of Human Relations, 1991
Binding: Paperback
Original Wrappers. 8vo. 44 pages. 22 cm. In the series “Working papers on contemporary anti-semitism. ” Interesting examination of Antisemitism in the land of Auschwitz at the fall of Communism. Subjects: Antisemitism - Poland - Statistics. Antisemitism - Hungary - Statistics. Antisemitism - Czechoslovakia - Statistics. Jews - Public opinion - Statistics. Public opinion - Poland - Statistics. Public opinion - Hungary - Statistics. Public opinion - Czechoslovakia - Statistics. Light wear to covers. Some pen marks on a few pages, with laid in notes of previous owners. Good + condition. (HOLO2-96-1), HOLO8, wiv0512, ee2. (ja)
Stock number:29431.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: London, Methuen, 1950
Binding: Cloth
410 p. ; A look at world Jewry in the aftermath of the Holocaust. ex-Library with usual marks. Tear to cloth at spine, otherwise solid Good Condition. (H-41-19), holo12a
Stock number:14033.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Philadelphia; Philadelphia Jewish Community Relations Council, 1945
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Softcover
Original Wraps. 12mo. 79 pages. 20 cm. First edition. Addressed to speakers and counselors in community work, this pamphlet addresses intolerance, anti-semitism, and racial persecution in the United States, and demands that a struggle and counterattack be taken up by all Americans against intolerance. Illustrations throughout; important discussion of hate movements during the closing of the second world war. Subjects: Toleration. Liberty. Light soiling to wraps, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-121-22), Holo11, . (ja)
Stock number:34967.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Paris, Imprimerie H. Elias
Edition: First Edition (?)
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
Edgechipping to cover, internally very good overall Good Condition. ; 8vo; 12 pages; 26 cm. Not an offprint. A Publications de la Societe des etudes juives. Inscribed in Boaz' hand : "For the _____ Library" (RAB-60-2), Rab10
Stock number:34422.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Tel-Aviv : Zemorah-Bitan/Masuah., 1995.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original cloth. 8vo. 484 pages. Illustrated. In Hebrew. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Refugees, Jewish – Poland; Holocaust survivors – Poland; Berihah (organization) ; Poland – ethnic relations; Poland – emigration and immigration. OCLC lists 22 copies worldwide. Very good+ condition and bright Jacket. An outstanding copy. (HOLO2-7-20), HOLO2, heb1
Stock number:20803.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society Of America,, 1943
Binding: Hardcover
12mo. 531 pages. In English . Holocaust-era imprint on Vilna, the ‘Jerusalem of Lithuania, ’ which was “the vibrant core of Eastern European Jewish life. Distinguished British historian, Israel Cohen, opens with the legend of the origin of Vilna in 1322 and traces the history of its Jewish community through vivid portraits of scholars, heroes, and leaders. The result is a book based on scholarship, yet full, too, of wonderful unforgettable stories. ” (Publisher’s Description) . SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Lithuania -- Vilnius -- History. Vilnius (Lithuania) -- Ethnic relations. Slight toning and rubbing. Very good + condition. (Comhist-1-8A), EE3, comhist2
Stock number:38631.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Judean Pub. Co. ,, 1912
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
1st American Edition. Original Stiff Green Cardstock Boards. 8vo. 208 pages ; 19cm. Articles selected from the special Palestine number of Die Welt, issued in the autumn of 1910. Israel Cohen (1879–1961) was an Anglo-Jewish, Zionist leader, writer, and journalist… Cohen wrote prolifically on the subjects of Zionism, anti-Semitism, and other areas of Jewish concern. ” (Wikipeda, 2016) Includes an introduction from David Wolffsohn. 24 photographs throughout of early Zionist leaders and celebrations in the Holy Land. OCLC lists 12 copies worldwide. Some wear to wrappers but overall a very clean copy. Very good condition. (zion-10-59), Zionism5
Stock number:37897.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Harper & Row, 1969
Binding: Paperback
Original Softcover. 8vo. 303 pages. 16 pages of photos and illustrations. First Harper Torchbook Edition. A classic work. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Germany -- History. Covers lightly worn but still nice. Internal pages are bright and clean. Very good condition. (HOLO2-75-1), HOLO6, USC1, CDS
Stock number:27552.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Boston, Combined Jewish Appeal Of Greater Boston
Binding: Hardback
Stapled. 8vo. 28 pages. Ca 1950? This pamphlet published by the CJA of Greater Boston is a guide to various services throughout Boston, many of which are affiliated with the CJA. CONTENTS: America-Israel Relations, Camps, Community Relations, Education, Health, Recreation, Social Service, Veteran Service. Small water droplet stain on cover. Binding is secure and internal pages are clean. Very good condition. (HOLO2-35-5), Holo5, amr4, cds
Stock number:26136.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Buenos Aires: Comite Central Arabe Pro Ayuda A Palestina,, 1948
Softcover, 52 pages, 12mo. In Spanish. Series: Informativo del Comite Central Arabe Pro ayuda a Palestina; 10. Early statehood Pro-Palestinian pamphlet, critical of the Jewish Agency in its support of Israel against the Palestinian. SUBJECT (S) : Jewish-Arab relations -- History -- 1917-1948. Named Corp: Jewish Agency for Israel. OCLC lists 1 copy worldwide (Harvard) . Light wear. Very good condition. (Holo2-21-10) ., Mx3, Holo4, arab1
Stock number:24018.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Nancy; Impr. A. Humblot, 1977
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 8vo. 83 pages. 24 cm. Cover title: Concentration camp Natzwiller Struthof. Written by the National Committee for the Erecting and the Preservation of a Memorial for Deportation at the Struthof. Translated from the French, this booklet described the history of the Struthof camps; includes extensive photographs. About the camps: On 21 April 1941, near the village of Struthof, the Nazis opened a concentration camp, KL-Natzweiler. The central camp, the only concentration camp in France, was located in the then annexed Alsace département. Its annexes, scattered over the 2 sides of the Rhine, made up a network of nearly 70 camps, more or less large. Of the nearly 52, 000 detainees of KL-Natzeiler, about 35, 000 did not go through the central camp. A labour camp supporting the Nazi war industry, it was also used for medical experiments by Nazi professors from the Reich University of Strasbourg. On 23 November 1944, the Allies discovered the site evacuated by the Nazis since September. Some deportees from the camp annexes had their sufferings prolonged in the spring of 1945 on the "Death Marches". From 1941 to 1945, the KL-Natzweiler was one of the most murderous camps of the Nazi system. Nearly 22, 000 deportees died there. Subjects: Struthof (Concentration camp) World War, 1939-1945 – Atrocities. Light shelf wear. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-95-15), HOLO8, wiv0512, bibliog3. (ja)
Stock number:29358.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Varsovie; Commission Generale D'Enquete Sur Les Crimes Allemands En Pologne, 1948
Binding: Paperback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 243 pages. 24 cm. First French edition. In French. German Crimes in Poland, Volume 1, published by Central Commission For Investigation Of German Crimes In Poland. Warsaw, 1948. With 40 plates, fold out maps, tables, charts, facsimile of documents. Major source of documentation of the holocaust period in Poland. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Atrocities. Concentration camps - Poland. World War, 1939-1945 - Jews - Poland. World War, 1939-1945 - Prisoners and prisons, German. Jews - Poland. OCLC lists 23 copies. Pages aged, wraps bumped and lightly soiled with small tears to edges, otherwise clean and fresh. Good + condition. (HOLO2-124-8), Holo11. (ja)
Stock number:35493.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; The Conference, 1955
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 4to. 15 pages. 26 cm. First edition. Prefatory letter from Albert Enstein. Two contributions, from Salo Baron, on the various facets of the work of the Conference on Jewish Social Studies, and an essay by David Rosenstein, on Why We Need the Conference on Jewish Social Studies. With selected list of publications, including the journal Jewish Social Studies, Publications of Jewish Social Studies, Joint Publications, Monographs, Offprints of Articles, Complete lisst of Offprints for 1954 nd 1955, and Selected List of Offprints 1939-1953. Subjects: Conference on Jewish Social Studies (U. S. ) Jews - Bibliography. Jews - Political and social conditions. OCLC lists 19 copies. Light soiling to wraps, otherwise fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-113-10), Holo10, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:33117.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Congress Fr Jewish Culture., 1983.
Binding: Paperback
8vo. 47 pages. Illustrated. SUBJECT (S) : Warsaw (Poland) – history – Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943 – anniversaries, etc. OCLC lists 11 copies worldwide. Very good condition. (HOLO2-7-11)xx, HOLO2
Stock number:20794.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York; Congress for Jewish Culture, 1972
Softcover, 29, 2 pages, illustrations, 8vo, 23 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Warsaw (Poland) -- History -- Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943 -- Anniversaries, etc. Cover title. Annual commemorative booklet for the Martyrs of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, issued by the Congress for Jewish Culture. Includes scores, dual English/Yiddish songs at the end: "Zog nit keinmol" and "Kaddish"; for voice and piano, with Yiddish words on pages 28-31. OCLC lists 15 copies worldwide. Light wear. Very good condition. (Holo2-22-29)Xx, Mx3, Holo4, ee1
Stock number:23859.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York,, 1973
Softcover, 47 pages, illustrations, 8vo, 23 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Warsaw (Poland) -- History -- Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943 -- Anniversaries, etc. Includes music for "Zog nit keinmol" and "Kaddish"; for voice and piano, with Yiddish words. OCLC lists 15 copies worldwide. Cover lightly tanned. Very good condition. (Holo2-22-29A), Mx3, Holo4, ee1, HOLO5
Stock number:25927.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Congress For Jewish Culture, 1973.
Binding: Paperback
Softcover. 8vo. 47 pages. illus. 23 cm. SUBJECT(S): Warsaw (Poland) – history – Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943 – anniversaries, etc. Includes music for "Zog nit keinmol" and "Kaddish"; for voice and piano, with Yiddish words. OCLC lists 11 copies worldwide. Very good condition. (HOLO2-50-15).xx, HOLO2, holo5, HOLO6, USC1
Stock number:26125.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Congress Fr Jewish Culture., 1968
Binding: Paperback
8vo. 39, 29 pages. In Yiddish and English. SUBJECT (S) : Warsaw (Poland) – history – Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943 – anniversaries, etc. Very good condition. (SPEC-19-3), HOLO2, spec3, YID1, holo6
Stock number:26711.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: London; Consultative Conference Of Jewish Organisations, 1955
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
Original Wrappers. 8vo. 26 pages. 22 cm. First edition. Half title page followed by a frontispiece photograph of the conference proceedings. Report from the conference comprised of many international organizations, convened as “the lineal successor of that [previous conference] of 1946.” Discussing religion and cultural life, the claims conference, North African Jewish communities, Eastern European Jewish communities, Refugees, Anti-Semitism, Human Rights, and the impact of the founding of the State of Israel. Subjects: Jews -- Politics and government -- 1948- -- Congresses. Jews -- Social conditions -- 1948- -- Congresses. OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide. (Yale, Harvard, HUC, Natl. Libr. Of Israel, British Libr. ) , none in New York. Spine rebacked. Some shelf wear and light library markings. Very good condition. (HOLO2-109-41), Holo9, (hg)
Stock number:32257.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Paris; Centre De Documentation Juive Contemporaine, 1983
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 245, [20] pages. 22 cm. Second edition. In French. 'Activity of Jewish Organizations in France during the Occupation. ' Centre de documentation juive contemporaine. Série Etudes et monographies, 4. Reimpression of the 1947 edition, with new preface by Georges Wellers. Profusely illustrated. Contains detailed histories of various Jewish Organizations during the Occupation period, including the American Joint Distribution Committee, various Zionist organizations, refugee organizations, ORT, etc. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Jews. Jews - France. Guerre 1939-1945 - France - Occupation. France. Juifs. 1940-1945. Guerre mondiale 1939-1945. France occupée. Juifs. Guerre mondiale (1939-1945) - Mouvements de résistance juifs - France. Juifs - Persécutions - France - 1900-1945. Jews. German Occupation of France (1940-1945) World War (1939-1945) History. 1939 - 1945 France - History - German occupation, 1940-1945. Light wear to wraps, near fine otherwise. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-117-7), Holo10, fr1. (ja)
Stock number:34093.
$US 50.00
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
London : G. Allen, Year: 1898. Hardcover, small 8vo. , 318 pages. First edition. Plates of photographs and facsimiles throughout. SUBJECT (S) Descriptor: Writing -- France – Identification. France -- Politics and government -- 1870-1940. OCLC lists 11 copies worldwide on Microform. Book plate on inside cover, pages slightly sunned, some wear to spine and corners. Good condition. (ComHist-16-28), Mx3, holo4, comhist3
Stock number:25850.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Council Of Jewish Federations And Welfare Funds, 1943
Binding: Paperback
Original Stapled Paper Wrappers. 8vo. Issue title on cover: “The 1943 Assembly. ” CONTENTS: “Favor War Chest Negotiations” – “National War Fund, Inc. ” – “Taxes Stimulate Giving” – “UJA Reconstituted” – “Assembly Demands Defense Unity” – “Post-War Problems. ” SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- United States -- Charities -- Periodicals. Jews -- United States -- Social conditions -- Periodicals. Jews -- Periodicals. Social service -- Societies, etc. -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 13 copies worldwide. Cover is slightly worn with some bumping at edges. Internal pages are nice and clean; all text is clear. Very good condition. (HOLO2-60-6), HOLO6, USC1, AMR4, NUSC, NUofC, CDS, period1
Stock number:27657.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Council Of Jewish Federations And Welfare Funds, 1943
Binding: Paperback
Original Stapled Paper Wrappers. 8vo. Issue title on cover: “Current Developments. ” CONTENTS: “Current Developments” – “Jewish Population Studies” – “Buffalo All-Out for War Chest. ” SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- United States -- Charities -- Periodicals. Jews -- United States -- Social conditions -- Periodicals. Jews -- Periodicals. Social service -- Societies, etc. -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 13 copies worldwide. Cover is slightly worn with some bumping at edges. Internal pages are nice and clean; all text is clear. Very good condition. (HOLO2-60-7), HOLO6, USC1, AMR4, NUofC, NUSC, CDS
Stock number:27658.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York City : Council OF Jewish Federations And Welfare Funds, Inc., 1937.
Binding: Paper wrapppers.
4to. 40 pages. SUBJECT (S) : Welfare funds – Jewish. OCLC lists no copies worldwide. The Council was organized in 1932, and brought together previous organizations like the Bureau of Jewish Social Research and the National Appeals Information Service. By 1995, the Council had increased its fund raising to $800 million, from $10 million in 1932, and nearly 95% of American Jews lived in communities in the Council's reach. Member organizations “[support] local welfare services (family, child care, aged care, refugee care) , Jewish hospitals, centers, camps, youth services, Jewish education, and local community relations, ” as well as “provide substantial financial support to about 50 other national and overseas agencies. ”(Goldberg, EJ) Ex library with stamp on cover and no other markings, paper clip mark on cover and first page, tear on back cover, good condition. (AMR-15-3), AMR2, holo2
Stock number:18632.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
New York: Dorset, 1987. Cloth; 8vo. Xi, 352 pages. Frontispiece photograph of author. Illustrated with photographs and diagrams. Last page is map showing German prisoner of war camps. The author was Head of Escape Intelligence at Stalag Luft III and after the war was asked by the Air Ministry Historical Branch to write the history of RAF escapes for Service use only and they permitted this abbreviated account to be published. Of all the prisoners of war held by the Germans during World War Two, only 30 managed their way to Britain or a neutral country. The experiences of many escapees and PoW's were held in a file by the government. This book contains extracts from that evidence as it was compiled by the author. World War, 1939-1945 -- Prisoners and prisons, German. Escapes -- Germany -- History -- 20th century. Prisoners of war -- Germany -- History -- 20th century. Prisoners of war -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century. Named Corp: Great Britain. Royal Air Force -- History -- World War, 939-1945. Note (s) : Reprint. Originally published: London : H. M. S. O. , 1985. Ex-library with minimal markings. Excellent condition in excellent jacket. (H-31)
Stock number:14148.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York; Oxford University Press, 1999
Paperback. 8vo. XXII, 214 pages. 22 cm. Second edition. “In Nazi-occupied France, 4-year-old Ruth Kapp learns that it is dangerous to use her own name. As a relative of German Jews, she and her family are targeted for deportation. In the narrative, Ruth recounts her experiences as a young Jewish girl in war-torn France, and the courage of ordinary people from the French countryside who risked their lives to protect her and her family as they flee from one home to another, one step ahead of the Gestapo. Separated from her parents, Ruth spends the rest of the war in a Catholic convent and told to forget her parents and religion. A paper bag containing a few pieces of candy smuggled to her is her only clue that her parents are still alive. Years after the war, she returns to France and once again journeys into the countryside to find out what happened to the families that looked after her. ” (Back cover description) . Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - France - Personal narratives. Jewish children in the Holocaust - France - Biography. Hidden children (Holocaust) - France - Biography. Jews - France - Biography. World War, 1939-1945 - Children - France. World War, 1939-1945 - Underground movements - France. France - History - German occupation, 1940-1945. Light shelf wear to covers, otherwise fine. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-100-11), HOLO8, comhist2. (ja)
Stock number:30286.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Zagreb, Croatia: Ministry Of Culture Of The Republic Of Croatia,, 2000
Paperback, 32 pages, illustrated, facsims. , 8vo, 21 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Croatia -- History -- Archival resources. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Croatia -- Archival resources. Holocaust. Geschiedbronnen. "September, 2000"--Colophon. "Partial reprint of the ... January, 2000, edition"--Colophon. Limited edition of 300 copies. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (Lib of Congress, Wake Forest Univ, Bibliotheek) . Light wear. Small stain to front cover. Otherwise, very good condition. (Holo2-21-13), Mx3, Holo4
Stock number:24021.
$US 50.00
Imprint: No Place (los Angeles?), 1973
Binding: Hardcover
8vo; 179 pages; Steckel had grown up & lived in Sarajevo, Tenje & Jasenovac and served as rabbi in Osijek, Croatia. Steckel, who survived the Nazi-Ustashi terror in Croatia, writes his memoirs but also an over all history of the Holocasut in Croatia. Especially significant for historians is his translation & use of official correspondence never before published. Ex Library Copy With Usual Markings; Very Clean & Solid Copy. (SEF11-1), SEF2, comhist1, holo3Holocaust
Stock number:20923.
$US 50.00
Imprint: No Place (los Angeles?), 1973
Binding: Hardcover
8vo; 179 pages; Steckel had grown up & lived in Sarajevo, Tenje & Jasenovac and served as rabbi in Osijek, Croatia. Steckel, who survived the Nazi-Ustashi terror in Croatia, writes his memoirs but also an over all history of the Holocasut in Croatia. Especially significant for historians is his translation & use of official correspondence never before published. Ex Library Copy With Usual Markings; Very Clean & Solid Copy. (MX-33-21), SEF2, comhist1, holo3Holocaust
Stock number:25101.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Cincinnati; Sinai Press, 1937
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 8vo. IX, 223 pages. 24 cm. First edition. A series of lengthy essays declaring the need for a pacifist course in world politics written by Abraham Cronbach, professor at Hebrew Union College; includes a lengthy chapter on pacifism in Jewish religious texts, entitled “Jewish Peace Ideals”, as well as lengthy supplementary and bibliographic materials. Subjects: Peace. War. Friedenserziehung. Judentum. Great condition in poor jacket. (HOLO2-103-20), HOLO9A, AMR4. (JA)
Stock number:30944.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
Leicester: Newman Wolsey Ltd. , 1944. Wrappers; 16mo. 32 pages. Holocaust Era. First half is an essay which tackles several common stereotypical assumptions; second half is statistics about Jews, presented as tables lists, and a timeline. Jewish question. Jews -- Statistics. Jews -- Great Britain. OCLC lists 24 copies worldwide. Paper very darkened and stained. One correction made in ink. Good condition. (k-BR-3), mx3, holo4
Stock number:14534.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Juneau, Alaska; Denali Press, 1993
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 8vo. 224 pages. 23 cm. Second edition. Revised edition of ‘Jewish Reference Sources. ’ This reference provides an outstanding resource for Holocaust materials in print, as presented in Chapter 18. Included are annotated listings of archival resources, atlases and gazetteers, bibliography, directories, encyclopedias and filmography. Subjects: Jews - Bibliography. Jews - Reference books - Bibliography. Juifs - Bibliographie. Juifs - Ouvrages de référence - Bibliographie. Bibliographie Clean and fresh. Great condition. (BIBLIOG-33-4), Bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:31907.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Juneau, Alaska; Denali Press, 1993
Binding: Hardback
Stiff wraps. 8vo. 224 pages. 23 cm. Second edition. Revised edition of ‘Jewish Reference Sources. ’ This reference provides an outstanding resource for Holocaust materials in print, as presented in Chapter 18. Included are annotated listings of archival resources, atlases and gazetteers, bibliography, directories, encyclopedias and filmography. Subjects: Jews - Bibliography. Jews - Reference books - Bibliography. Juifs - Bibliographie. Juifs - Ouvrages de référence - Bibliographie. Bibliographie Stiff Wraps; institutional marks on endpages on spine, otherwise fresh and clean. Very good + condition. (BIBLIOG-33-4A), Bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:31908.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Juneau, Alaska; Denali Press, 1993
Binding: Hardcover
Later Cloth. 8vo. 224 pages. 23 cm. Second edition. Revised edition of ‘Jewish Reference Sources. ’ This reference provides an outstanding resource for Holocaust materials in print, as presented in Chapter 18. Included are annotated listings of archival resources, atlases and gazetteers, bibliography, directories, encyclopedias and filmography. Subjects: Jews - Bibliography. Jews - Reference books - Bibliography. Juifs - Bibliographie. Juifs - Ouvrages de référence - Bibliographie. Bibliographie. Institutional marks on endpages and cloth, otherwise very clean and fresh. Very good + condition. (BIBLIOG-33-4B), Bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:31909.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
Chicago : The Council, 1941-1946. Paper Wrappers, 4to (large, magazine size) , 4 pages each issue. Fascinating exile publication, published weekly to alert other refugees, and American decision makers as well, about Nazi abuses in Czechoslovakia and resistance to them, from the great ("Sokol Property Seized: Nazis Destry Great Czech National Monument) to the small ("Czech Farmers Refuse to Breed Pigs") . Some material on Jews. "Flashes...Domination" ran 1939-1945, then, following the end of the war, continued as simply "News Flashes from Czechoslovakia, " through 1946. Issues present: Nrs. 170, 171, 174, 175, 176, 177, 182, 183, 202, 208, 209, 248, 249, 250, 251, 252, 254, 255, 256, 257, 258, 259, 260, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 270, 271, 272, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 278, & 279 . SUBJECT(S) : Czechoslovakia -- History -- 1938-1945. We noted that many library holdings are incomplete. All folded in thirds, some light occational wear, Very Good Condition. Price is per issue. (MX-33-34), NJHolo1, SPEC3, holo5
Stock number:16880.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Grand Rapids; Eerdmans, 1965
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Later cloth. 8vo. 84 pages. 21 cm. First edition. Contents: The anatomy of anti-semitism - Christian, Jew, and Negro - At the cross - The glory of God - The new morality. An analysis of anti-semitism, from the editor of “Christianity Today”, which attempts to tackle the Christian foundations of anti-semitism. Bound in later blue cloth with gilt lettering on backstrip. Subjects: Race. Relations raciales - Aspect religieux - Christianisme. Antisémitisme. Juifs. Christianisme - Relations - Judaïsme. Institutional marks on endpages, otherwise fine. Great condition (HOLO2-103-2), HOLO9A, (JA)
Stock number:30926.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, 1976
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
1st edition, original cloth with dust jacket, 4to. XV+285+16 pages. In Hebrew, with English introduction. THIS VOLUME ONLY. Contains color and b&w maps and plates. Dust jacket is worn and has some tearing. Internally Very Good Condition. (YIZ-18-10), Yiz
Stock number:39878.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boulder, Colorado; Westview Press., 1996
Binding: Paperback
Original Wrappers. 8vo. 101-135 pages. 21 cm. Offprint. Reprinted from “Is the Holocaust Unique? Perspectives on Comparative Genocide. ” An examination and comparison of the historical factors, outcomes and events of the Armenian genocide and the Holocaust. Dadrian, one of the most widely recognized scholars of the Armenian genocide, writes “This chapter is an attempt to interrelate, within the confines of a few written pages, the two principal genocides of this century in order to encourage emerging efforts to shift attention from case studies to comparative studies of genocide. ” (pg 101) Subjects: Holocaust. Genocide. Jewish. Armenian. OCLC lists 4 copies worldwide. (Bar Ilan Univ. , Ben Gurion Univ. , Hebrew Univ. , Kibbutzim College. ) Light shelf wear. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-116-25), Holo10, (hg)
Stock number:34176.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
Dusseldorf: Verlag Allgemeine Wochenzeitung der Juden in Deutschland, 1956. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 164 pages. 23 cm. In German. "mit einer Einfuhrung von H. G. Van Dam, mit Gesetz zur Aenderung des BEG (Mantelgesetz) ...Verordnung zur Durchführung des [sect. ] 31d des Gesetzes zur Regelung der Wiedergutmachung nationalsozialistischen Unrechts für Angehörige des öffentlichen Dienstes vom 6. Juli 1956." Inscribed by the author in year of publication to Moses Leavitt, chairman of the Claims Conference negotiating delegation at the Hague. Subject(s) : World War, 1939-1945 --Claims --Germany (West) . Very Good Condition. (h2-3-13), Holo1,
Stock number:17309.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Paris, Imp. S. N. I. E., 1940
Binding: Paperback
Original Stapled Wrappers. 4to. 16 pages. 30cm. In Russian. Title translates to English as, "The New World: Russian Social Democratic Organ." A political journal of "Martov's Social Democratic Labor Party" published twice monthly. Its stated goal is to look for ways to resolve Democratic Socialism of the problems posed by internationalism during the pivotal era of development for the Soviet Union, and the world. Includes an early expose of the Holocaust in Poland. CONTENTS: Mech Sotsializma [The Sword of Socialism] --- Plany Gitlera i Antisemitizm v Pol'she [Hitler's Plan and Anti-Semitism in Poland]. French title in header: "'Le Monde Nouvea' (Noviy Mir) Revue bimensuelle." OCLC lists two copies (British Library, St. Pancras; National Library of Israel). Paper darkened; edges chipping and somewhat fragile. Fair condition. CONDITION: (RUS-11-34a), RUS2, CDS, holo8
Stock number:30697.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardback
Hoboken, N. J. : Ktav Pub. House for the National Jewish Resource Center, 1985. Hardcover, large 8vo. , 396 pages. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Bibliography. Name of prior owner written on inside cover, very good condition. (HOLO2-17-1A), Holo4, mx3, bibliog2a
Stock number:23870.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
New York : Paulist Press, 1979. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 258 pages. SUBJECT (S) : Christianity and antisemitism. Christianisme et antisémitisme. Contents: As the twig was bent : Antisemitism in Greco-Roman and earliest Christian times / John C. Meagher -- The rejection of the Jews in the synoptic Gospels and Acts / Douglas R. A. Hare -- Paul and the Torah / Lloyd Gaston -- The Gospel of John and the Jews : the story of a religious divorce / John T. Townsend -- The patristic connection / David P. Efroymson -- From the Jesus of story to the Christ of dogma / Monika K. Hellwig -- Catholic dogma after Auschwitz / Gregory Baum -- The historicizing of the eschatological : the spiritualizing of the eschatological : some reflections / John T. Pawlikowski -- Rethinking Christ / Douglas John Hall -- On religious myths and their secular translation : some historical reflections / Alan Davies -- An ethical critique : Antisemitism and the shape of Christian repentance / Terence R. Anderson -- The faith and fratricide discussion : old problems and new dimensions / Rosemary Radford Ruether. Includes bibliographical references. Pen marking on title page. Very good condition. (HOLO2-59-1), Holo4, mx3, HOLO6, USC1
Stock number:23874.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York: L. B. Fischer, 1946
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
1st edition. Original cloth in dust jacket, 8vo, 235 pages. American foreign correspondent reportage on the Holocaust and Jewish resistance: “Although it narrates the suffering s of Jewish men, women , and children in lands swept by German armies, its composite hero is the Jew—man, woman, even child—who has stepped forth from this Gehenna, not submissive but militant…. After all their peace-loving centuries, the Jews of Eastern Europe ‘have broken with the fatalistic acceptance of attack and revilement, ’ and have learned to fight back against their enemy” (from the jacket) . Very Good Condition in Good bright red jacket with some edgewear. (holo2-122-40), HOLO11
Stock number:35100.
$US 50.00
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1975. First Edition. Hardcover, 8vo, 460 pages. Contents: pt. 1. The final solution. The Jews in Hitler's mental world -- Anti-semitism in modern Germany -- Phase one: anti-Jewish legislation, 1933-1935 -- The ss: instrument of the final solution -- Foreign policy, race, and war -- Phase two: from internal war to world war -- The annihilation camps: kingdom of death -- A retrospective view -- pt. 2. The holocaust. Between freedom and ghetto: the Jews in Germany, 1933-1938 -- Death and life in the east European ghettos -- The official community: from Kehilla to Judenrat -- The alternative community -- The countercommunity: the political underground -- Who shall live, who shall die -- "For your freedom and ours" -- Jewish behavior in crisis and extremity. SUBJECT(S):Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Antisemitism -- Germany. Holocauste, 1939-1945 -- Histoire. Includes index. Includes bibliographical references (p. 437-450). With map of Europe under German rule, December 1942 on endpapers. Very good copy in very good jacket. (HOLO2-13-16), Holo3, mx3
Stock number:22364.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Paris : Oscar De Férenzy, 1938
Binding: Hardback
Stapled. 8vo. 32 pages. 24 cm. In French. Nazi-era Philosesmitic publication from Paris. CONTENTS: “La Question Palestinienne, ” “L'Eglise Contre L'Anti-semitisme et le Racisme, ” “L'Anti-semitisme en Italie, ” “Ce Que L'on Enseigne Aux Jeunesses Hitlerienne, ” “Autour du Probleme de L'Assimilation, ” “L'Anti-semitisme Juge Par Un Grand Savant Francais. ” SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- France -- Periodicals. Christianity and antisemitism -- France -- Periodicals. Judaism -- Relations -- Catholic Church -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 8 copies, but cannot confirm which issues. Includes bibliography. Pages darkened with some edgewear, but all text is clear. Tight binding. Very good condition. (HOLO2-33-18) ., Holo5, cds
Stock number:26188.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Harpercollins, 1989
Binding: Hardcover
115 pages; (HOLO2-18-50), Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket, mx2, holo3
Stock number:21827. ISBN:0062508709
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Simon and Schuster,, 1963
Binding: Paper Wrappers
8vo. 281 pages. Illustrated. In English. SUBJECT (S) : World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews -- Rescue. Jews -- Denmark. Denmark -- History -- German occupation, 1940-1945. In very good condition (HOLO2-77-53), HOLO13, comhist3, mea, inbt, ae
Stock number:28164.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Northvale, N. J. ; J. Aronson, 1996
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. Xliii, 110 pages. 22 cm. First edition. In English with German and Czech text and English translation. “The heart of this book is a compilation of remembered recipes written down by malnourished women in Terezin, a Nazi concentration camp in Czechoslovakia. The women of Terezin recorded their recipes as a way to maintain their humanity and bring them comfort in the face of almost certain death. In stark contrast to the meager food they were eating in the camp, the recipes in these pages record the rich and robust tradition of Czech Jewish life. ” - Publishers description. Subjects: Jewish cooking. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Kookkunst. Joden. Jewish cooking. Theresienstadt (Concentration camp) Theresienstadt (Concentration camp) Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) 1939 – 1945. Light wear to jacket, overall clean and fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-115-6) xxxx, Holo10, cook1. (ja)
Stock number:34029.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Minneapolis, University Of Minnesota Press, 1968
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Cloth. 8vo. X, 394 pages. 24 cm. First Edition, Second Printing. Series: Minnesota Paperbacks, MP21. Abstract: "An account of the German anti-Nazi plot from September 1939 to May 1940 and the role of Pope Pius XII. " SUBJECT (S) : Anti-Nazi movement. Antinazisme. Nationalsozialismus. Widerstand. Named Person: Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945. Pius XII, Pope, 1876-1958. Pie XII, pape, 1876-1958. Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945. Beck, Ludwig (Soldat) Canaris, Wilhelm. Dohnanyi, Hans ((von) ) Goerdeler, Carl Friedrich. Halder, Franz. Kordt, Erich. Müller, Josef (Politiker) Oster, Hans (Soldat) Weizsäcker, Ernst ((von) ) Geographic: Allemagne -- Histoire -- 1933-1945. Bibliography: pages [363]-373. Ex-library with usual markings. Dust jacket worn but in good condition. Short notes on title page and endpaper, but all text is clean and clear. Very good condition. (HOLO2-35-28), Holo5, cds
Stock number:26159.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Paris; Éditions Renouveau, 1962
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. 245 pages. 21 cm. First edition. In French. 'Jewish Heroes of the French Resistance'. With a preface by Charles Lederman. Important collection of biographies, with portraits, of over 170 Jewish Resistance fighters in France; includes reproduction of letters. The author, “David Diamant is the pseudonym of David Erlich. He was born 18 March 1903 in Hrubieszow, Poland. He emigrated to France in the 1920s where he remained for the rest of his life. A Jewish communist, Diamant was a committed member of the underground resistance during World War II; on more than one occasion he was offered safe passage to England but chose instead to remain in France. After the war he worked initially with the UJRE (l’Union des Juifs pour la Résistance et l’Entraide) and devoted himself to documenting the Jewish resistance by collecting original documents and writing and publishing extensively on the subject. Diamant died in Paris on 24 August 1994.” - USC, David Diamant Collection. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Jews - Biography. Jews - France. World War, 1939-1945 - Underground movements - France. Jews. Underground movements, War. OCLC lists 21 copies. Light soiling to cloth, otherwise fresh. Good + condition. (HOLO2-117-9), Holo10, fr1. (ja)
Stock number:34095.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : Sepher-Hermon Press., 1981.
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. Xviii, 226 pages. Plate illustrations. SUBJECT (S) : Jews – Ukraine – Zakarpats'ka oblast – history; Jews – Romania – Sighetu Marmatiei – history; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Ukraine – Zakarpats'ka oblast; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – Romania – Sighetu Marmatiei; Hasidism – Ukraine – Zakarpats'ka oblast; Hasidism – Romania – Sighetu Marmatiei. Light wear to jacket. Very good condition. (EE-3-15), Comhist2, yiz2, ee2, holo9, JA
Stock number:32044.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Erbach Im Odenwald; Kreisausschuss Des Odenwaldkreises, 2010
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
Stiff paper wrappers. 8vo. 70 pages. 22 cm. First edition. In German. Title roughly translates as: “We shovel a grave in the air: the short Life of Doris Katz. ” This volume details the short life of Doris Katz (1924-1943) , a German-Jew, raised in Michelstadt in the district of Hesse, her family sent her to a Jewish girls orphanage in Amsterdam in 1938; she was deported and died in Sobibor. This book contains every document and photograph known to exist on Doris Katz. Subjects: Jews - Germany - Michelstadt - Biography. Jewish refugees - Netherlands - Correspondence. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . Katz, Doris, 1924-1943. OCLC lists four copies (USHMM, Biblio Johann Christian Senckenburg, Landesbiblio Darmstadt, Zentralarchiv zur Enforschung) . Light shelf wear to covers, with back outer edge lightly bumped. Internally fine. Very good condition. (HOLO2-100-48) Xxx, HOLO8, ger8, comhist2. (ja)
Stock number:30323.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Haarlem; F. Bohn, 1938
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Pamphlet
Original Wraps. 8vo. 42 pages. 24 cm. First edition. In Dutch. 'Anti-Semitism in Antiquity'. A Nazi-era brief history of early Christian Anti-Semitism, written by Fokke Dijkema, a Mennonite pastor and Bible scholar in Amsterdam. Subjects: Anti-Semitism. OCLC lists 18 copies. Binding repaired; institutional marks on title page and second leaf, otherwise clean and fresh. Good - condition. (HOLO2-121-61), Holo11. (ja)
Stock number:35287.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Georges Thone Ed, Liège, 1946
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
1st edition. Original Orange Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 47 pages. Very Good Condition. (SPEC-35-15), HOLO9A
Stock number:30994.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Michigan; University Of Michigan, Jean And Samuel Frankel Center For Judaic Studies, 2004
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
Original Wrappers. 8vo. 38 pages. 20 cm. First edition. No. 11 in the David W. Belin Lecture in American Jewish Affairs series. Presented March 17, 2004. “In the decade and a half following the end of World War II, that global conflagration which brought about the death of one-third of the Jewish people and the destruction of much of European Jewish communal life, American Jewry found many times, places, and modes of expression to articulate its intense reactions to that calamity. While historians may find it difficult, if not nearly impossible, to recreate the ways in which individual Jews talked about this catastrophic event in their homes or how they incorporated direct references and analogies to it into the discourse of their private spheres of everyday life, Jewish institutions – synagogues, schools, summer camps, publishing houses, magazines and newspapers – left an easily recoverable paper trail that reveals a community that felt itself obliged to remember and commemorate. These formal institutions of American Jewish life, spanning a spectrum of ideologies and political positions vis-à-vis the concerns of the day, wove the details of the catastrophe into their rhetorical repertoires and used references to it to shape their political projects. ” (Page 1) . Hasia Diner is the Paul S. And Sylvia Steinberg Professor of American Jewish History at New York University. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Influence. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Historiography. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Public opinion, American. Jews -- United States -- Attitudes. Public opinion -- United States. OCLC lists 17 copies worldwide. Spine rebacked. Address label with previous owner’s name on back cover. Very light shelf wear. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-109-57), Holo9, (hg)
Stock number:32265.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
Ecclesiastical Review, 1939. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 14 pages. Holocaust era. Reprinted from January 1939 issue as separate entity with new pagination. SUBJECT (S) : Antisemitism. Talmud -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. OCLC lists 4 copies worldwide (Florida, Yeshiva, Balch, Cape Town) . Very good condition. (P-2-25), rab2
Stock number:17486.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Bad Worishofen, Drei-Saulen-Verlag, 1947
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paper Wrappers
8vo; 39 pages; 21 cm. De Humanitate, Schrift 1. Historical overview, intereting example of early post-war German "pro-Jewish" Jewish history. De Humanitate is a "schriftenreihe zur Erneuerung der deutschen Humanität." Very Good Condidion. (HOLO2-115-61), HOLO10
Stock number:6014.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1963
Binding: Paperback
Third edition. Cloth, 8vo, 361, [1] pages, maps, 22 cm. End papers illustrated with maps. "The true account of a Jewish couple in the Warsaw ghetto who smuggled their son out to a Christian couple just before the Ghetto uprising..." and were later reunited with their child. Subjects: Donat, Alexander. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Personal narratives. Warsaw (Poland) -- History Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943. ISBN 0896040011. Very good condition. (HOLO2-57-19a)., HOLO5, EE2, CDS, inbt ae
Stock number:36262.
$US 50.00
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Jerusalem: Keter, 1969. Cloth; 8vo. 279 pages. Apparent first edition. Autobiography of this woman's remarkable experiences as a member of the Polish Resistance in WWII, and as a spy who worked as a cleaning woman in German houses, and even posed as a prostitute to lure German officers to interrogation and death. She was eventually arrested by the Gestapo, but managed to confuse her captors into thinking she was a French refugee, and then posed as a Russian parachutist. She did some time at Auschwitz before escaping from a different prison camp, and became a Red Army officer before becoming disillusioned with the Communists. She deserted, and managed to join the remnants of her family in Palestine in 1947. World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Jewish. Excellent condition in good jacket. (H-31)
Stock number:14146.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardback
8vo. 52 pages. Illustrated. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . Very good condition. (Katsh-2-28), Katsh1, holo2
Stock number:19517.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Paris, Zshenev, 1946
Binding: Hardcover
(FT) Later cloth with original paper cover mounted on front. 8vo. 78 pages. Ports. 24 cm. In Yiddish. Title translates to English as, “Battle for Health in Ghetto-Vilna. ” SUBJECT(S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Lithuania -- Vilnius. Jews -- Health and hygiene -- Lithuania -- Vilnius. Jews -- Medical care -- Lithuania -- Vilnius. Medical care -- Lithuania -- Vilnius. Public health -- Lithuania -- Vilnius. Ethnic relations. OCLC lists 16 copies worldwide. Edges of mounted cover are slightly faded, but all text is clear. Otherwise a nice, clean copy. Very good condition. (HOLO2-60-21) xx, HOLO6, USC1, YID1, EE2, NUSC, NUofC, CDS
Stock number:27670.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, The Macmillan Co
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Small stamp on end paper, Very Good condition; 12mo (small) ; x, 100, [4] pages; "Four Jewish songs" (with music) : [4] pages at end. Holocaust-era book designed for teachers of non-Jewish youngsterson how to engender appreciation and respect for Jews. Interesting item. (HOLO2-98-18), HOLO8, AMR4, JA
Stock number:29981.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Stuttgart : Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, [1963]
Binding: Paperback
Original Paper Wrappers. 8vo. [pages 354-379] (26 pages total) ; 23 cm. In German. Title translates into English as, “The Preservation of the Jewish Press during the Nazi Threat. ” Offprint from “Deutsches Judentum : Aufstieg und Krise : Gestalten, Ideen, Werke” (Weltsch, ed) . Margarete Therese Meseritz Edelheim (1891-1975) “received her religious education in the school of the Reformgemeinde in Berlin, where her teacher was Rabbi Klemperer…. Together with Marie Munk and Margarete Berent she established the organization of Women Law Graduates, the first of its kind, and served as its first president for seven years. The aim of the organization was to open the law profession to women and allow them to take the state examinations…[She] ran for election to the Reichstag on the Democratic ticket and was elected City Councilor in Berlin. In addition, she was for more than ten years a member of the Court of Honor of the German Federation of Journalists. ” (Jewish Women’s Archive, 2016) . OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, TUA) . Good+ condition. (HOLO2-130-22) xx, Holo13, bibliog5, women2
Stock number:36949.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
ORT Economic Research Committee, New York, 1941. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 1941 pages. Holocaust Period. Articles include: "The Jews in Soviet Russia, " by Jacob Lestschinsky, " "History of the Jews in Argentina, " by Ilja Trotzky, "ORT's Work in the French Internment Camps, " by Vladimir Akivisson, and others. Very good condition. (P-2)
Stock number:17468.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press; London, England: Mansell Pub., 1988
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
Publishers cloth. 8vo. XIX, 569 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Offers critical reviews of books, pamphlets, and key journal articles on Jewish history since 1650, with an emphasis on the area studies topology of historical inquiry. Chapter 7 deals directly with the issue of Jewish public affairs. Subjects: Jews - History - 1789-1945 - Bibliography. Jews - History - 1945- - Bibliography. Juifs - Histoire - 1789-1945 - Bibliographie. Juifs - Histoire - 1945- - Bibliographie. Holocaust historian David Kranzler’s copy, with his signature on title page, post it notes in margins, and light highlighting on two pages, otherwise very fresh and clean. Very good + condition. (BIBLIOG-33-13), Bibliog4, comhist2, holo8. (ja)
Stock number:31917.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York, Edward B. Marks Music Corporation, N.D.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
No date (1942) . First edition. Original illustrated paper wrappers with purple illustration of cover of “Pioneer Songs of Palestine. ” 5 pages; 13 x 8.5 cm. Holocaust-era order form and advertisement for 33 record album. Includes picture of album cover, reproduction of one of the songs from the album, and list of contents of the album. Features positive reviews by Dr. Curt Sachs, “Outstanding musicologist and noted authority on Oriental Music, ” Dr. Stephen S. Wise, prominent Reform rabbi and Zionist leader, and Sidor Belarsky, a Russian and Yiddish opera singer. Music compiled, edited, and arranged by A. W. Binder and Hebrew text and English adaptations by Olga Paul. “Use this convenient order blank today! ” SUBJECT(S) : Music, Palestinian music, Palestinian folksongs. OCLC lists no holdings worldwide. Some staining, particularly along right-hand side. One faint pencil mark that does not affect text. Good + condition. (zion-11-48), Zionism5, music3
Stock number:37828.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Fleet Publishing Corporation, 1967
Binding: Hardcover
Original Publisher’s Cloth. 8vo. 304 pages. 21 cm. “The American occupiers of Germany after World War II, return in this haunting novel to shatter their own smug self image and to demand more of a new generation of Americans who yet may be drafted to play the role of occupier… this book tells of a woman’s growing disillusionment with her fellow Americans in the alien role of occupier and of her own ordeal, self confrontation. ” -jacket. Nice, clean copy in Very Good Condition with Good+ jacket. Very attractive copy (HOLO2-93-13), HOLO8, amr4, cds
Stock number:30241.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
Buenos Aires: Tsenral-farband fun Poylishe Yidn in Argentine; Sao Paulo: Hilfs-farband fun Poylishe Yidn in Sao-Paulo, 1947. Cloth, 8vo, 249 pages, 6 pages of plates, illustrations, 21 cm. Other titles: Title on verso of titlepage: Heimlose idn. Title on verso of titlepage: Judios sin hogar. Series: Poylishe yidntum bd. 12. Includes ribbon bookmark. Subjects: Jews. World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. Refugees -- History 20th century. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Refugees. With ribbon, dustjacket torn and missing pieces, inner-pages clean. Very good condition (Holo2-89-16), HOLO8, wiv0512, comhist2, inbt, mea
Stock number:29020.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Budapest, VPP, 2005
Binding: Hardcover
8vo; ISBN: 9632196511 8vo, 279 pages. 25 cm. Loaded with photos. In Hungarian. A history of the Jews of Eger, Hungary, before and during the Holocaust. Includes bibliographical referenceson pages 277-278. OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide (Harvard, USHMM, Yeshiva, Penn, U of Washington), none south of Pennsylvania. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- Hungary -- Eger -- History. Jews -- Hungary -- Eger -- Social life and customs. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Hungary -- Eger. Eger (Hungary) -- Ethnic relations. Slightly damaged in transit, but good solid condition. (MX-22-5), new1, yizkor1, holo2, mx3, holo3
Stock number:17983.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Aurich; Stadt Aurich (Ostfriesland) ,, 1975
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Later cloth. 4to. 88 leaves. 30 cm. First edition. Fascimile. In German. ‘On the History of the Jewish Community of Aurich, 1592-1940.’ Compiled photocopy booklet for a course at the IGS School in Aurich, bound in later cloth; illustrated, with several maps, family registers, and historical and legal documents. Subjects: Jews - Germany - Aurich (Lower Saxony) . OCLC lists two copies (HUC, Univ Florida) . Previous owners name on endpage, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-108-34), holo9, ger8. (ja)
Stock number:31795.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Bund Club of New York
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Original paper wrappers. 8vo; 64 pages. By one of the Bund's key leaders in Poland. Very Good Condition with some markings in first pages. (AC-2-11), spec6, inbt ae
Stock number:4158.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Paperback
Berlin and Leipzig: Eckart, 1933. Wrappers; 8vo. 184 pages. In Dutch. Illustrated with photographs, diagrams, and charts. Interesting pictorial cover in black, white and red, a photographic collage. A National Socialist look at the so-called Communist menace to Germany on the eve of Adolf Hitler's ascension to power in 1933. Communism -- Germany. Named Corp: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Originally published as: Bawaffneter aufstand! English version is Communism In Germany: The Communist Conspiracy On The Eve Of The 1933 National Revolution. Bookseller's stamp on flyleaf. Front cover nearly detached; spine chipping. Pages brown. Fair condition. (H-34-7), holo12a
Stock number:14224.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York: CIS Publishers; Denver, Colorado: In Conjunction With Yeshivas Toras Chaim Talmudical Seminary/Denver, 1992
Softcover, 8vo, 189 pages, 23 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Descriptor: Jews -- Poland -- Lodz -- Biography. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Lodz -- Personal narratives. Named Person: Eilenberg-Eibeshitz, Anna. Geographic: Lodz (Poland) -- Biography. “An abridged edition of the fifth volume in the The Holocaust diaries”—page 4 of cover. OCLC lists 47 copies worldwide. Lightly bumped corners Near Fine condition. (Holo2-71-3), HOLO8, wiv0512
Stock number:29537.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Aroysgegebn Mit Der Hilf Fun A Grupe Volkovisker Fraynt, 1943
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. 64 pages. 24 cm. First edition. In Yiddish. 'Merciful Father'. With illustrations throughout by Ezekiel Schloss. Holocaust poems by David Einhorn (1886–1973) , Yiddish poet and publicist. Av Ha-Rahamim is a “memorial prayer for Jewish martyrs and martyred communities. This prayer, by an unknown author, was composed in memory of the martyrs massacred in Germany during the First Crusade. It is first known from a prayer book dated 1290. The prayer emphasizes the merit of the martyrs who died for kiddush ha-Shem. ” - EJ 2008. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Poetry. World War (1939-1945) . Yiddish poetry. Top of backstrip torn, otherwise very fresh and clean. Very good condition. (HOLO2-117-48), Holo10, yid1. (ja)
Stock number:34134.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
National Jewish Monthly, No Date (1941? ) Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 3 pages. Holocaust era. "Reprinted from the National Jewish monthly. " OCLC lists only one copy worldwide (Yale) . Very good condition. (P-2)
Stock number:17508.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
New York: William Morrow, 1980. Cloth; 8vo. 320 pages. First edition. Illustrated with photographic plates. Frontispiece map of Warsaw ghetto; other maps throughout text. Includes bibliographical references and index. The author's gripping account of the fall of Poland to Hitler's Nazis, and his life under Nazi occupation, the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, the Concentration Camps, and on his death march when he was rescued by liberating American troops. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Personal narratives. Jews -- Persecutions -- Poland. Poland -- Ethnic relations. Very good condition in good dust jacket. (H-35-11), holo12a
Stock number:14251.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Hardcover
Tel-Aviv: Yisroel-bukh, 1987. Cloth, 8vo, 375 pages. 23 cm. In Yiddish. LCCN: 87-164330. Novel. Between Morning and Evening. Fiction. Very Good Condition. (H-43-5), holo12a
Stock number:14115.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Berkeley, University Of California Press, 2002
Binding: Hardcover
Original Publisher’s Cloth. 8vo. Xii, 347 pages. 22 cm. CONTENTS: The Resettlement (1656-1700) – Bankers and Brokers, Peddlers and Pickpockets (1700-1800) – Poverty to Prosperity (1800-1870) – Native Jews and Foreign Jews (1870-1914) – The Great War to the Holocaust (1914-1945) – The Fracturing of Anglo-Jewry (1945-2000) . Includes glossary of Hebrew and Yiddish terms, bibliography and index. Lacks dustjacket. Nice, clean copy in Very Good Condition. (SEF42-6), Sef6, comhist2, brit1, cds
Stock number:28369.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York; Museum Of Jewish Heritage, 2007
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 4to. 146 pages. 28 cm. First edition. "Produced and published on the occasion of the exhibition Daring to Resist: Jewish Defiance in the Holocaust by the Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, New York, NY, April 2007-July 2008." Publishers description: “This important companion book challenges the stereotypical view that Jews were passive victims of Nazi oppression. Highlighting the themes of the exhibition, this unique compilation of more than thirty memoirs, oral histories, and letters - some published for the first time in English - documents from a Jewish perspective the vitality and resilience of Jewish life under Nazi oppression. The collection also includes original and thought provoking essays by exhibition curator Yitzchak Mais, Holocaust scholar David Engel, and psychologist Eva Fogelman, all of whom offer new insights about this important chapter of Jewish history. ” Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Exhibitions. World War, 1939-1945 - Underground movements - Exhibitions. Near fine condition. (HOLO2-97-38), HOLO8, wiv0512, bibliog3, ee2, comhist2. (ja)
Stock number:29518.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York: Putnam, 1979
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, 348 pages, 8vo, 23 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Psychological aspects. Children of Holocaust survivors -- Psychology. Holocaust. Overlevenden. Includes bibliographical references. Fading to cover. In dust jacket. Good condition. (Holo2-19-10), Holo3, mx3
Stock number:22379.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London, E. Goldston, 1942
Binding: Hardcover
Original Publisher’s Cloth. 8vo. Xi, 442 pages, 111 pages ports. 25cm.  Hertz (1872–1946) was the chief rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Commonwealth and a powerful advocacy of Zionism.  He fought courageously against Nazism and its echoes in England and strongly criticized the policies adopted by the Mandatory government in Palestine, which he visited frequently.  CONTENTS: The Chief Rabbi, by Ephraim Levine. --Talmud manuscripts and editions, by E. N. Adler. --Gnostic themes in rabbinic cosmology, by AlexanderAltmann. --Joseph da Veiga and stock exchange operations in the seventeenth century, by M. B. Amzalak. --Jewish languages, by Salomo Birnbaum. --The ethics of the rabbis, by Abraham Cohen. --The chief rabbis of Vilna, by Israel Cohen. --The meaning of "sacrifices" in the Psalms, by Samuel Daiches. --Collatio 2.6.5., by David Daube. —The so-called "science" movements and their relation to Judaism, by Bernard Drachman. --The conception of the Commandments of the Torah in Aaron Halevi's Sefer ha-hinnuk, by Isidore Epstein. --Incunables about Jews and Judaism, by Aron Freimann. --Popular proverbs in the Jerusalem Talmud, by J. H. Greenstone. --Fasts and fasting, by A. W. Greenup. --Elisha ben Abujah, by R. T. Herford. --The fantastic career of Joshua Abraham Norton, by Louis Hermann. SUBJECT(S) : Jewish literature. Judaism. Littérature juive. Judaïsme. Judentum. Hertz, Joseph H. (Joseph Herman) , 1872-1946. Very good condition.  (FEST-1-15)., FEST2, RAB8, ZIONISM1, CDS, sef6, lang1, rab8, brit1, bible2, holo6, bibliog3
Stock number:27147.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London, E. Goldston, 1942
Binding: Hardcover
Original Publisher’s Cloth. 8vo. Xi, 442 pages, 111 pages ports. 25cm.  Hertz (1872–1946) was the chief rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Commonwealth and a powerful advocacy of Zionism.  He fought courageously against Nazism and its echoes in England and strongly criticized the policies adopted by the Mandatory government in Palestine, which he visited frequently.  CONTENTS: The Chief Rabbi, by Ephraim Levine. --Talmud manuscripts and editions, by E. N. Adler. --Gnostic themes in rabbinic cosmology, by AlexanderAltmann. --Joseph da Veiga and stock exchange operations in the seventeenth century, by M. B. Amzalak. --Jewish languages, by Salomo Birnbaum. --The ethics of the rabbis, by Abraham Cohen. --The chief rabbis of Vilna, by Israel Cohen. --The meaning of "sacrifices" in the Psalms, by Samuel Daiches. --Collatio 2.6.5., by David Daube. —The so-called "science" movements and their relation to Judaism, by Bernard Drachman. --The conception of the Commandments of the Torah in Aaron Halevi's Sefer ha-hinnuk, by Isidore Epstein. --Incunables about Jews and Judaism, by Aron Freimann. --Popular proverbs in the Jerusalem Talmud, by J. H. Greenstone. --Fasts and fasting, by A. W. Greenup. --Elisha ben Abujah, by R. T. Herford. --The fantastic career of Joshua Abraham Norton, by Louis Hermann. SUBJECT(S) : Jewish literature. Judaism. Littérature juive. Judaïsme. Judentum. Hertz, Joseph H. (Joseph Herman) , 1872-1946. Inscription on title page, bookplate on inside cover. Some staining to spine. Otherwise very good condition.  (FEST-1-15a)., FEST2, RAB8, ZIONISM1, CDS, sef6, lang1, rab8, brit1, bible2, holo6, bibliog3
Stock number:27148.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: London, E. Goldston, 1942
Binding: Hardcover
Original Publisher’s Cloth. 8vo. Xi, 442 pages, 111 pages ports. 25cm.  Hertz (1872–1946) was the chief rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Commonwealth and a powerful advocacy of Zionism.  He fought courageously against Nazism and its echoes in England and strongly criticized the policies adopted by the Mandatory government in Palestine, which he visited frequently.  CONTENTS: The Chief Rabbi, by Ephraim Levine. --Talmud manuscripts and editions, by E. N. Adler. --Gnostic themes in rabbinic cosmology, by AlexanderAltmann. --Joseph da Veiga and stock exchange operations in the seventeenth century, by M. B. Amzalak. --Jewish languages, by Salomo Birnbaum. --The ethics of the rabbis, by Abraham Cohen. --The chief rabbis of Vilna, by Israel Cohen. --The meaning of "sacrifices" in the Psalms, by Samuel Daiches. --Collatio 2.6.5., by David Daube. —The so-called "science" movements and their relation to Judaism, by Bernard Drachman. --The conception of the Commandments of the Torah in Aaron Halevi's Sefer ha-hinnuk, by Isidore Epstein. --Incunables about Jews and Judaism, by Aron Freimann. --Popular proverbs in the Jerusalem Talmud, by J. H. Greenstone. --Fasts and fasting, by A. W. Greenup. --Elisha ben Abujah, by R. T. Herford. --The fantastic career of Joshua Abraham Norton, by Louis Hermann. SUBJECT(S) : Jewish literature. Judaism. Littérature juive. Judaïsme. Judentum. Hertz, Joseph H. (Joseph Herman) , 1872-1946. Inscription on title page, bookplate on inside cover. Some staining to spine. Otherwise very good condition.  (FEST1-15a)., FEST2, RAB8, ZIONISM1, CDS, sef6, lang1, rab8, brit1, bible2, holo6, bibliog3
Stock number:27253.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Paris, Noveau Promethee, 1936
Paper Wraps. Stapled. 27 cm. 24 pages. In French. Several articles dealing with Nazism and anti-Semitism in contemporary Europe (the editor was a leading Jewish socialist of the time) . Founded by activists who left the Democratic Communist Circle, Le Combat Marxiste was published monthly from 1933-1936 and called for a regeneration of the Socialist Party. Contents of this issue include: "Les divers aspects de l'Etat en regime capitaliste, " J. Haver; "Le probleme du fascisme, " Th. Pechy; "Le stakhanovisme, " A. Yougov; "L'antisemitisme contemporain et les 'Protocoles des sages de Sion', " B. Nicolaevsky; "Le sionisme, agent de Hitler?" J. Peskine. OCLC lists no copies. Covers and first page are detached but present. Chipping at edges, 1” rip to corner of cover. Margin notes and underlining on several pages. Pages are fragile but all text is clear. Good condition. (HOLO2-39-6), Holo5, period1, zionism1, cds
Stock number:26595.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Washington, D. C. , Zionist Organization Of America, 1943
Binding: Paper Wrappers
8vo. 31 pages. In English. Much on the participation of Jews from Palestine in the Allied forces against the Axis. SUBJECT(S): World War, 1939-1945 -- Palestine. Jews -- Palestine. World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews. (HOLO2-8-1), Holo3, mx3, HOLO11
Stock number:23680.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New Haven; Yale University Press, 1985
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 8vo. 245 pages. 25 cm. First edition. “Robert Ericksen here presents his interpretation of the work and thought of three of Germany's great Protestant theological thinkers who supported Adolf Hitler. It is a most revealing study. He attempts throughout the work to understand how these three could have lent support to Hitler. He reviews the social setting of the Weimar Republic, deals with what he calls the crisis of modernity, and offers an interpretation of Protestant theological developments prior to and during Hitler's rise. Then he proceeds to study the three in turn. … Gerhard Kittel, perhaps the best known of the three because of his editorship of the massive Theologisches Wörterbuch zum Neuen Testament, now available in English translation, knew ancient Judaism very well and spent much of his life polemicizing against Jewish thought and in support of a Christianity freed of Jewish elements. He always claimed not to be anti-Semitic, but simply to be doing scholarly work that revealed the sharp contrasts between Judaism and Christianity. Many scholars in Germany have also drawn the contrast too sharply, but Kittel cannot be freed of the charge of having found support in his scholarship for his Nazi position with regard to the Jews. Emmanuel Hirsch, immensely learned in Protestant theology and a thoroughgoing apologist for Nazism, accomplished feats of scholarly work, especially in the history of Protestant thought. It is easy enough to spot the points where his Nazi views appear, but much of his work continues to be of great value. Paul Althaus is perhaps the most tragic of the three figures. Long associated with the Erlangen approach to theology and a great interpreter of Martin Luther, his constructive theological work aimed at showing how important the community was for an understanding of Christianity, and how central this notion of peoplehood had been for ancient Israel and was for the early Christian community-points well recognized and underscored today. But he was able to wring from this understanding a contemporary viewpoint in support of Hitler's call for peoplehood, racial purity, and land. A fine and discerning theological emphasis was perverted into a position that accommodated the Hitler movement. After the late 1930s, it appears, Althaus wrote nothing further that could easily be used for political-propagandistic purposes by the Nazis. One reads such a study with a sense of deep sadness as well as with frequent outbursts of anger. One need not share the view of the author that any one of the three theologians under review actually made Nazism intellectually respectable. One can hardly escape the author's conclusion, however: we all have much to learn from a careful review of the life and work of the three, for such aberrations, alongside Nazism's unspeakable accompanying deeds, could occur again. ” (Theology Today, Volume 43, April 1986, book review by Walter Harrelson of Vanderbilt Divinity School) . Subjects: Theologians - Germany - Biography. Church and state - Germany - History - 1933-1945. Theologie. Protestantisme. Nationaal-socialisme. Kittel, Gerhard, 1888-1948. Althaus, Paul, 1888-1966. Hirsch, Emanuel, 1888-1972. Germany - Biography. Germany - Social conditions - 1933-1945. Germany; Social conditions; Attitudes of Protestant theologians, 1933-1945. Light shelf wear. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-100-25), HOLO8, ger8. (ja)
Stock number:30300.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Jerusalem, Yad Washem, 1958
Paperback, 8vo, 334 pages, v, illustrations, 22 cm. Serial. Subjects: Jews in Europe -- History. Added Author Jerusalem. Yad va-shem. Volume 2 only. Some wear to cover, especially along spine. Very good condition. (HOLO2-57-4)., HOLO5, EE2
Stock number:26254.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Chicago : University Of Chicago Press,, 1980
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, xiii, 262 pages, 8vo, 24 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) , in literature. Literature, Modern -- 20th century -- History and criticism. Jewish literature -- History and criticism. Holocauste, 1939-1945. Litterature -- 20e siècle -- Histoire et critique. Litterature juive -- Histoire et critique. Letterkunde. Holocaust. Bibliography on pages 245-252. Includes index. In jacket, very good condition. (mx-32-3), Spec2, holo4
Stock number:25586.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Boppard Am Rhein : Boldt., 1968.
Binding: Paperback
8vo. Xxxviii, 376, 16 pages. Plate illustrations. Second edition. Includes material on the Holocaust. SUBJECT (S) : Bundesarchiv (Germany) ; Germany – history – sources – bibliography – catalogs. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (Rutgers, Univ of Calgary, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek) . Nuremberg prosecutor Robert Kempner's copy. Top edge foxed, good condition. (BIB-3-12), bibliog1, holo2, ger6
Stock number:19857.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, World Jewish Congress, 1975
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Small 8vo; 45 pages; An unusual item Consists of a preferatory note by Shulamit Nardi; an initial presentation by Fackenheim; "Discussion" by Arthur D. Morse, Piotr Rawicz, Manes Sperber, and Alfred Kazin; a Reply by Fackenheim; and Closing Remarks by Zalman Shazar. (HOLO2-98-27), HOLO8, inbt, mea
Stock number:30675.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Boston, Little, Brown, 1967
Binding: Hardcover
Original Publisher’s Cloth. 8vo. Xvi, 400 pages. Illus. Ports. 24 cm. Much on ww II. Translation of “I Papi del Ventesimo Secolo. ” SUBJECT (S) : Papacy -- History -- 20th century. Includes bibliography: pages [370]-378. Translated from Italian by Muriel Grinrod. Edgewear to dust jacket. Nice, clean copy in very good condition. (HOLO2-64-1), HOLO6, YUSC, YUofC, CDS
Stock number:27767.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Cambridge, UK; Polity Press, 2011
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 8vo. XVI, 260 pages. 24 cm. First edition. Publishers description: “The Vatican against Nazism and Fascism on the eve of the Second World War. A tired pope watching the crisis unfold and considering what action to take against the new enemies of Christianity. Pius XI died on February 10th, 1939, just after finishing the address he hoped to deliver to the Italian bishops on the tenth anniversary of the Lateran Pact. That text dealt harshly with Nazism and Fascism and was written in solitude. It was a discourse that Mussolini feared and that the pope did not survive to deliver. This moment captures the spirit of Emma Fattorini's book, a work that employs newly available and unpublished documentation from the Vatican Secret Archive to rewrite a fundamental page of 20th history. Pius XI came to view the 1930s as a ‘conflict of civilizations, ' a crisis which could only be resolved by a return to the Christian roots of the West. He was a pope who strongly defended the Jews because, in contrast to other elements in the Catholic hierarchy, he held the theological conviction that Jews and Christians shared a common origin: ‘spiritually we are all Semites. ' So wrote Pius XI in the last years of his life as he contemplated the direction in which the world was headed and came to the conclusion that Nazi and Fascist totalitarianism could be stopped by the Vatican. ” Subjects: Fascism and the Catholic Church - Italy. Church and state - Italy - History - 20th century. National socialism and religion. Faschismus. Widerstand. Pius XI, Pope, 1857-1939. Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945. Mussolini, Benito, 1883-1945. Pius (Papst, XI. ) Fine condition. (HOLO2-100-45), HOLO8, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:30320.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Bucharest; Meridiane Pub. House, 1986
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers boards. 8vo. XLIII, 327 pages. 25 cm. First English edition. With 118 graphic illustrations; a well documented study of the “magyar-ization” of the Northwest territory of interwar Romania, ceded to Hungary in August 1940 as part of the “Second Vienna Award”; many atrocities were committed by the Hungarian army there, directed at all non-magyar ethnic populations. Subjects: Fascism - Romania - Transylvania - History. Terreur. Hongaren. Horthy, Miklós. Geschichte 1940-1944. Transylvania (Romania) - Politics and government. Rumänien (Nordwest) . Light wear to boards, otherwise fresh. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-104-18), holo9, (ja)
Stock number:31613.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: München, A. Huber, 1934
Edition: First Edition (?)
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Very Good Condition; 8vo; 124 pages; 18 cm. Fascinating early anti-Fascist, philosemitic theological tract by Munich's Cardinal Faulhaber, who was one of the most outspoken Catholic leaders in opposition to Hitler's mistreatment of Jews. An important text. Contents include: Die religiosen Werte des Alten Testamentes und ihre Erfullung im Christentum; Die sittlichen Werte des Alten Testamentes und ihre Aufwertung im Evangelium; Die sozialen Werte des Alten Testamentes; Der Eckstein zwischen Judentum und Christentum; Christentum und Germanentum. Includes tissued frontis portrait of Faulhaber. (H-43-4), holo12a. Illustr: Illustrated by Tissued Frontis Portrait
Stock number:14081.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Munich, A. Huber, 1934
Binding: Paper Wrappers
12mo. 124 pages. In German. Frontispiece portrait of the author. Five sermons. "In Nazi Germany the archbishop of Munich and Freising, Michael Cardinal von Faulhaber (1869-1952) combated anti-Semitism; his Advent sermons Judentum, Christentum, Germanentum delivered in Munich in 1933, while not directly referring to the faith and ethics of post-biblical Judaism, were interpreted by the National Socialists as a defense of the Jews in general. He played a considerable role in the preparations of the encyclical of Pope Pius XI Mit brennender Sorge ("With Burning Anxiety, " 1937) , in which the pope vigorously denounced racism. " (Egal Feldman, EJ) SUBJECT(S) : Advent sermons. Sermons, German. Catholic Church and other religions -- Judaism. Named Corp: Catholic Church -- Sermons. Geographic: Germany -- Religion -- 1933-1945. ) Very Good Condition in Very Good Jacket (GER-15-45dw), ger7, holo2,
Stock number:18703.
$US 50.00
Imprint: München, A. Huber, 1934
Edition: First Edition (?)
Binding: Paper Wrappers
8vo; 124 pages; Original Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 124 pages. 18 cm. Fascinating early anti-Fascist, philosemitic theological tract by Munich's Cardinal Faulhaber. An important text. Contents include: Die religiosen Werte des Alten Testamentes und ihre Erfullung im Christentum; Die sittlichen Werte des Alten Testamentes und ihre Aufwertung im Evangelium; Die sozialen Werte des Alten Testamentes; Der Eckstein zwischen Judentum und Christentum; Christentum und Germanentum. Includes tissued frontis portrait of Faulhaber. "Michael von Faulhaber (March 5, 1869 – June 12, 1952) was a Roman Catholic Cardinal who was Archbishop of Munich for 35 years, from 1917 to his death in 1952. Faulhaber was a political opponent of the Nazi government and considered Nazi ideology incompatible with Christianity; but he also rejected the Weimar Republic as rooted in treason and opposed democratic government in general, favoring a Catholic monarchy. Faulhaber spoke out against some Nazi policies, but publicly recognized the Nazi government as legitimate, required Catholic clergy to remain loyal to the Nazi government, and maintained bridges between fascism and the Church. He ordained Joseph Ratzinger (future Pope Benedict XVI) as a priest in 1951" (Wikipedia, 2015).Spine repaired with tape, otherwise Very Good Condition.(H-43-3/4), HOLO3, ger7, holo12a. Illustr: Illustrated by Tissued Frontis Portrait
Stock number:21632.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Munich, A. Huber, 1934
Binding: Paper Wrappers
12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 12mo. 124 pages. In German. Frontispiece portrait of the author. Five sermons. "In Nazi Germany the archbishop of Munich and Freising, Michael Cardinal von Faulhaber (1869-1952) combated anti-Semitism; his Advent sermons Judentum, Christentum, Germanentum delivered in Munich in 1933, while not directly referring to the faith and ethics of post-biblical Judaism, were interpreted by the National Socialists as a defense of the Jews in general. He played a considerable role in the preparations of the encyclical of Pope Pius XI Mit brennender Sorge ("With Burning Anxiety, " 1937) , in which the pope vigorously denounced racism. " (Egal Feldman, EJ) SUBJECT(S) : Advent sermons. Sermons, German. Catholic Church and other religions -- Judaism. Named Corp: Catholic Church -- Sermons. Geographic: Germany -- Religion -- 1933-1945. ). In jacket. Small stain on front cover. Good condition. (Holo2-19-54), ger7, holo3
Stock number:23266.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Munich, A. Huber, 1934
Binding: Paper Wrappers
12mo; 12mo. 124 pages. In German. Frontispiece portrait of the author. Five sermons. "In Nazi Germany the archbishop of Munich and Freising, Michael Cardinal von Faulhaber (1869-1952) combated anti-Semitism; his Advent sermons Judentum, Christentum, Germanentum delivered in Munich in 1933, while not directly referring to the faith and ethics of post-biblical Judaism, were interpreted by the National Socialists as a defense of the Jews in general. He played a considerable role in the preparations of the encyclical of Pope Pius XI Mit brennender Sorge ("With Burning Anxiety", 1937), in which the pope vigorously denounced racism." (Egal Feldman, EJ) SUBJECT(S) : Advent sermons. Sermons, German. Catholic Church and other religions -- Judaism. Named Corp: Catholic Church -- Sermons. Geographic: Germany -- Religion -- 1933-1945. ). In jacket. Some pencil markings. Otherwise clean, good condition. (Holo2-19-54A), HOLO9 (IM)
Stock number:32439.
$US 50.00
Imprint: [Syracuse, N. Y. ] : Syracuse University,, 1985
Binding: Hardback
Booklet, 8vo. , 33 pages. B. G. Rudolph lecture in Judaic Studies given on April 16, 1985 at Syracuse University. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- United States -- Politics and government. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Public opinion. Jews -- United States -- Attitudes. Public opinion -- United States. United States -- Ethnic relations. Light creasing to covers. Very good condition. (HOLO2-34-8), HOLO5
Stock number:26169.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Johannesburg : Dorem-Afrikaner Yidisher Kultur-Federatsye., 1956.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. 303 pages, illustrated. First edition. In Yiddish. Includes English translation of title on copyright page: "The Jews of Johannesburg. " Dustjacket worn but present, otherwise very good condition. (ComHist-15-9A), Comhist3, mx3, inbt, mea
Stock number:31603.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Stanford: Associates Of The Stanford University Libraries,, 1990
Softcover, 15 pages, 8vo, 25 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Book collecting. Named Person: Kafka, Franz, 1883-1924. "First presented as a talk to the Associates of the Stanford University Libraries ... April 21, 1990"--Colophon. "In an edition of 700 copies"--Colophon. OCLC lists 6 copies worldwide. Light wear. Very good condition. (Holo2-22-2), Mx3, Holo4, bibliog2a
Stock number:23838.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Paris, Oscar De Ferenzy, 1938
Binding: Hardback
Paper Wraps. 8vo. 24 pages. Roman Catholic Philosemitic biweekly from France. In French. Published twice per month. Subscription cards laid in, as well. Contents Includes: “Un pressant appel a nos abonnes, ” “L'agitation antisemite en France, ” “Les juifs sont-ils des bolcheviks? ” SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- France -- Periodicals. Christianity and antisemitism -- France -- Periodicals. Judaism -- Relations -- Catholic Church -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 8 copies, but cannot confirm which issues. Cover has some small stains on edge. Pages darkened at edges, but all text is clear. Very good condition. (HOLO2-43-4) . Xx, Holo5, period1, cds
Stock number:26537.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Paris, Oscar De Ferenzy, 1939
Binding: Hardback
Paper Wraps. 8vo. 32 pages. Roman Catholic Philosemitic biweekly from France. In French. Published twice per month. Contents Includes: "Comment combattre l'Antisemitisme, " "Charite et solidarite Chretiennes en faveur des juifs persecutes, " “ L’antisemitisme contre la France, ” “La revolution Francaise et les juifs, ” “Les juifs se defendant, ” “L’experience Hongroise, ” "Le probleme des refugies en URSS, ” “Pie XI et les juifs, ” "Lettre aux enfants d'Israel. " SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- France -- Periodicals. Christianity and antisemitism -- France -- Periodicals. Judaism -- Relations -- Catholic Church -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 8 copies, but cannot confirm which issues. Some minor water staining to cover and edges of pages, but all text is clear. Very good condition. (HOLO2-43-18) . Xx, Holo5, period1, ee2, zionism1, cds
Stock number:26551.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Hardcover
New York: Oxford, 1938. Cloth; 8vo. 229 pages. Illustrated with tables. Foldout graph following page 24. Bibliography and four appendices. Political refugees. Aliens -- United States. Emigration and immigration law -- United States. Geographic: United States -- Emigration and immigration. Ex-library copy. Stain on inside back cover; spine faded; pages slightly brown. Very good condition. (H-32-6), holo12a
Stock number:14179.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Oxford University Press, 1938
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, 7 p. L. , [3]-229 pages including tables, diagrams, 8vo, 22 cm. Holocaust-era imprint. SUBJECT (S) : Political refugees. Aliens -- United States. Emigration and immigration law -- United States. United States -- Emigration and immigration. Note(s) : Bibliography: p. [211]-216. In poor jacket. Otherwise, good condition. (Holo2-16-24), Mx3, Holo3
Stock number:23754.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Philadelphia, Museum Of American Jewish History, 1978
Edition: First Edition
Paper Wraps. 48 pages. Ill. 22 cm. A collection of drawings by concentration camp victims taken from an exhibit at the Museum of American Jewish History. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) , in art -- Exhibitions. Concentration camp inmates as artists -- Corp Authors: National Institute on the Holocaust (Philadelphia, Pa. ) , International Conference on the Lessons of the Holocaust (1st, 1978, Philadelphia, PA. ) . Biography. Includes bibliographical references (page 46) . OCLC lists only 25 copies worldwide. Margin notes or underlining on three pages, but all text is clear. Issue of The Jerusalem Post, January 17, 1986 laid in as well. Very good condition. (HOLO2-37-9), Holo5, art2, cds
Stock number:26396.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Bruxelles, Editions Labor, 1944
Bruxelles, Editions Labor, 1944. Paperback, 12mo, 2 p. L. , [7]-156, [2] pages, 18 cm. Memoir of Breendonk concentration camp, published immediately after the liberation of Belgium (1944!). Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Belgian. World War, 1939-1945 -- Atrocities. Breendonk (Willebroek, Belgium) . Good condition. (H-27-4), holo12a
Stock number:12465.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Ktav Publishing House, 1972
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, 8vo. , xii, 461 pages. Preface by Joshua A. Fishman. Articles selected from the YIVO Annual of Jewish Social Science, 1946 – 1969. Sections include: the Destruction of European Jewry; Eastern and East-Central Europe; The United States of America; and Includes articles by Abraham Joshua Heschel, Josef Guttmann, and Isiah Trunk, among others. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- United States. Jews -- Politics and government. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) . Very good condition. (HOLO2-27-26), HOLO5, ee2, comhist2
Stock number:26069.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Ktav Publishing House, 1972
Binding: Hardcover
Original Publisher's Cloth. 8vo. xii, 461 pages. Preface by Joshua A. Fishman. Articles selected from the YIVO Annual of Jewish Social Science, 1946 – 1969. Sections include: the Destruction of European Jewry; Eastern and East-Central Europe; The United States of America; and Includes articles by Abraham Joshua Heschel, Josef Guttmann, and Isiah Trunk, among others. SUBJECT(S): Jews -- United States. Jews -- Politics and government. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945). Previous owner's name on FEP. Otherwise a nice clean copy in very good condition. (HOLO2-27-26a), HOLO5, ee2, comhist2
Stock number:27016.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1943. Cloth, 12mo, 62 pages. Holocaust-era translation, with new forward by the translator, originally published in French in 1927. CONTENTS: “Why I Am A Jew”; “Israel Lost”; “Israel Found Again”; “Israel Everlasting. ” Fleg (1874-1963) was a French poet, playwright, and librettist. Though he was not very committed to Judaism in his early life, the Dreyfus Affair and early Zionist Congresses returned him to the faith. After early popular literary successes, including the French scripts for Faust and Julius Ceasar, Fleg devoted his efforts to examining modern Judaism, and from the 1920s on, was a leader in French Jewish literature, writing biographies, poetry, and essays. (EJ, 2007) Ex library. Pages tanned, otherwise good+ condition. (Holo2-11-15), HOLO2,
Stock number:20866.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : St. Martin's Press., 1986.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. Xi, 185 pages. Illustrated with photos, maps and tables. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Germans - Soviet Union - history; Soviet Union - ethnic relations. CONTENTS: The Germans' role in tsarist Russia: a reappraisal by Ingeborg Fleischhauer; From the October Revolution to the Second World War by Benjamin Pinkus; 'Operation Barbarossa' and the deportation by Ingeborg Freischhauer; The ethnic Germans under Nazi rule by Ingeborg Fleischhauer; The Germans in the Soviet Union since 1945 by Benjamin Pinkus. ISBN: 0312748337. Has dust jacket. Very good condition. (Holo2-12-20), Holo2, mx3
Stock number:23643.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : St. Martin's Press., 1986.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. Xi, 185 pages. Illustrated with photos, maps and tables. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Germans - Soviet Union - history; Soviet Union - ethnic relations. CONTENTS: The Germans' role in tsarist Russia: a reappraisal by Ingeborg Fleischhauer; From the October Revolution to the Second World War by Benjamin Pinkus; 'Operation Barbarossa' and the deportation by Ingeborg Freischhauer; The ethnic Germans under Nazi rule by Ingeborg Fleischhauer; The Germans in the Soviet Union since 1945 by Benjamin Pinkus. ISBN: 0312748337. Has dust jacket. Very good condition. (Holo2-12-20), Holo2, mx3
Stock number:23671.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Princeton, N. J. ; Princeton University Press, 2010
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 8vo. XII, 271 pages. 24 cm. Second edition. National Jewish Book Award Winner. "K. E. Fleming's Greece-a Jewish History is the first comprehensive English-language history of Greek Jews, and the only history that includes material on their diaspora in Israel and the United States. The book tells the story of a people who for the most part no longer exist and whose identity is a paradox in that it wasn't fully formed until after most Greek Jews had emigrated or been deported and killed by the Nazis. For centuries, Jews lived in areas that are now part of Greece. But Greek Jews as a nationalized group existed in substantial number only for a few short decades-from the Balkan Wars (1912-13) until the Holocaust, in which more than 80 percent were killed. Greece - a Jewish History describes their diverse histories and the processes that worked to make them emerge as a Greek collective. It also follows Jews as they left Greece - as deportees to Auschwitz or émigrés to Palestine/Israel and New York's Lower East Side. In such foreign settings their Greekness was emphasized as it never was in Greece, where Orthodox Christianity traditionally defines national identity and anti-Semitism remains common. "-From the Jacket. Subjects: Jews - Greece - History - 20th century. Jews - Greece - History - 21st century. Greece - Ethnic relations. Light wear to edges, otherwise fresh and clean. Very good condition. (SEF-47-7), Sef7, Holo10. (ja)
Stock number:33030.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Tel-Aviv: Farlag Y. L. Perets, 1965
Binding: Hardcover
(FT) Half Cloth, 8vo. , 115 pages. Portrait, facsimiles, photographs. In Yiddish. Yiddish translation of the Hebrew original: ha-Na? Ar Mosheh. (The Youth Moses – The Diary of Moses Flinker) Translated from the Hebrew by Yehiel Hofer, introduction by Dov Sadan and Shaul Ash. SUBJECT(S) Descriptor: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Personal narratives. OCLC lists holdings worldwide. Very good condition in very good original illustrated jacket. (HOLO2-84-2), Yid1, HOLO8b, HOLO8a ac
Stock number:28557.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Hardcover
Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1965. Cloth, 8vo, 126 pages, facsims, portraits, 22 cm. Translation of ha-Na'ar Mosheh. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives. World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Jewish. Introductions by Shaul Esh and Geoffrey Wigoder. Includes frontis photo. Very good condition in good jacket. (H-27-1), holo12a
Stock number:12486.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Jerusalem: Yad Vashem
Binding: Hardback
Cloth, 8vo, 126 pages, facsimile of the diary, portrait of the writer, 22 cm. Translation of ha-Na'ar Mosheh. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives. World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Jewish. Introductions by Shaul Esh and Geoffrey Wigoder. Includes frontis photo. Second edition. Very good condition in good jacket. (HOLO2-111-1) xx, HOLO9 (IM)
Stock number:32436.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Bruxelles (Brussels) ; La Fondation, 1986 (March)
Binding: Hardback
Softbound periodical. 12mo. 144 pages. 21 cm. Trimestrial bulletin Nr. 11, March 1986. In French and Dutch. One of three thousand copies printed. With essays in French and Dutch theorizing fascism, the European parliament, a contemporary NYC exposition on the holocaust, an essay by Elie Wiesel on Auschwitz, a tract denouncing revisionist literature in California, poems, information, book reviews and letters. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Belgium - Periodicals. Jews - Persecutions - Belgium - Periodicals. Auschwitz (Concentration camp) - Periodicals. Belgium - Ethnic relations - Periodicals. OCLC lists 33 copies worldwide. Faded pencil marks on top left of cover, light stains to backstrip and back of cover, very clean. Near fine condition. (HOLO2-80-2), HOLO8, wiv0512, COMHIST2, (JA) period1
Stock number:29562.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Bruxelles (Brussels) ; La Fondation, 1985 (April-June)
Binding: Hardback
Softbound periodical. 12mo. 116 pages. 21 cm. Trimestrial bulletin Nr. 8, April-June 1985. In French and Dutch. One of fifteen hundred copies printed. With essays commemorating the opening of the Library of the Auschwitz foundation, commemoration of fourty years since the liberation, a lengthy correspondence between Albert Einstein and Sigmund Freud in 1932, poems, book reviews, letters, and more. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Belgium - Periodicals. Jews - Persecutions - Belgium - Periodicals. Auschwitz (Concentration camp) - Periodicals. Belgium - Ethnic relations - Periodicals. OCLC lists 33 copies worldwide. Very light pencil markings and stains on cover, pages fresh. Near fine condition. (HOLO2-80-3), HOLO8, wiv0512, GER8, COMHIST2, (JA) period1
Stock number:29563.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Amsterdam, De Bezige Bij, 1945
Binding: Hardback
Paper Wraps. 8vo. 59 pages, ii. 22 cm. In Dutch. Second printing. A collection of poetry by Dutch writer Foppema on the topic of the Dutch resistance. SUBJECT (S) : World War, 1939-1945 -- Poetry. "Een deel van de verzen in deze bundel is tijdens de bezetting ondergronds verspreid. De eerste druk werd verzorgd door de drukkerij Luctor et emergo in Den Haag en is met deze drukkerij bij het bombardement van 3 maart 1945 vernietigd. "--Leaf at end. Internal pages are darkened, but all text is clear and binding is tight. Very good condition. (HOLO2-39-12), Holo5,
Stock number:26601.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Hardback
Nashville, Southern Pub. Association, 1966. Cloth, 8vo, 373 pages, illustrations, facsims, portraits, 22 cm. Subtitle from book jacket. Subjects: Weidner, John Henry. World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees. Includes illustrated cover and endpapers. Design by Homer Norris. Long inscription by author. Very good condition in good jacket. (H-27-6), holo12a
Stock number:12483.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London; R. Hale, 1957
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 8vo. 252 pages. 22 cm. First edition. With 18 black and white plates. Subtitle: “On the work of Sue Ryder on behalf of displaced persons in Germany. With plates, including portraits. ” A biography and history of the relief work done by Sue Ryder for Displaced Persons and Holocaust Suvivors. “Born in Yorkshire in 1924, Sue Ryder served with the Special Operations Executive (SOE) during the Second World War. Established by Winston Churchill in 1940, the SOE promoted and coordinated resistance activity in German occupied Europe. Her life's mission became clear after World War II. During the post-war reconstruction in Europe, she worked as a volunteer amongst displaced and stateless refugees. During this time she opened her first home, St Christopher's in Germany. It was designed as a haven for refugees, many of whom were survivors of concentration camps. On her return to England, she established the Sue Ryder Foundation with the aim to provide care where it is needed most. Sue Ryder was married for many years to war hero and fellow charity founder the late Leonard Cheshire VC, who died in 1992. Lady Ryder was made a life peer in 1978 and was a Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George in 1975. She also received the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 1957.” (Sue Ryder Foundation) Subjects: Refugees. Britain. Biographies. Ryder. Social issues. Refugees. Organizations S. I. R. World War 1939-1945. German camps and prisons. Britain. Biographies. Ryder. Social issues. Refugees. Organizations S. I. R..World War 1939-1945. German camps and prisons. Outer edges lightly soiled, light wear to cloth. Without jacket. Very good condition. (HOLO2-100-15) XX, HOLO8, brit1, ger8, comhist2. (ja)
Stock number:30290.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Buk?aresht?; Farlag Far Lit?erat?ur, 1961
Binding: Hardcover
(FT) Publishers cloth. 8vo. 262, [2] pages. 24 cm. Second Yiddish edition. Yiddish edition of Diary of Anne Frank, published in Bucharest, Romania. Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Netherlands - Amsterdam - Personal narratives. Jews - Persecutions - Netherlands - Amsterdam. Jews - Netherlands - Amsterdam - Diaries. Frank, Anne, 1929-1945 - Diaries. Amsterdam (Netherlands) - Ethnic relations. Very good condition in good jacket. (HOLO2-96-33), HOLO8, wiv0512, yid1, comhist2. (ja)
Stock number:29462.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Breslau, 1935
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
; 8vo; 208 pages; In German. From Shalom Spiegel's library, with bookplate. Special issue: Maimonides - Festschrift, includes writing by I . Elbogen, Heinz Wolff, Isaak Heinemann, Michael Guttmann, Nachum Wahrmann and others. Founded by Zacharias Frankel in 1851, The Monatschrift over the years was headed by editors which included Heinrich Graetz, Pinkus Frankl, Markus Brann, David Kaufmann, Isaak Heinemann, & Leo Baeck. Though founded by Frankel as a "Periodical for the religious interest of Judaism, " it soon became the most important forum for the history and science of Judaism. Probably because of its strictly scientific appraoch it was able to survivein the Nazi period until the end of 1939. The final monumental volume, editoed by Baeck in cooperation with Jewish scholars in Germany and abroad, appeared as a complet volume in October of 1939 and reached only a few subscribers (Burgers, n. D. ) Binding solid, original paper wrappers tanned but intact. Text in Very good + condition. (RAB-45-24), mx3, RAB6, GER7
Stock number:24769.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Jerusalem, Henrietta Szold Foundation For Child And Youth Welfare,, 1953
Binding: Hardback
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
Hardcover, 335 pages, illustrations, 8vo, 25 cm. Much on absorption of Holocaust survivors into Israeli society. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Palestine. Immigratie. Acculturatie. Palestine -- Social conditions. Signed by Mr. Seligman. Stains to front cover. Top left inch of front of dust jacket torn off. Some notes throughout book. In dust jacket. Otherwise, good condition. (Holo2-19-27), Holo3, mx3, mx3 holo3, mx3
Stock number:22396.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Jerusalem, Henrietta Szold Foundation For Child And Youth Welfare,, 1953
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
First edition. Original Cloth in dust jacket, 8vo, 335 pages, illustrations, 8vo, 25 cm. Much on absorption of Holocaust survivors into Israeli society. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Palestine. Immigratie. Acculturatie. Palestine -- Social conditions. Ex-library with usual marks. Jacket heavily worn at spine and covered with tape. Otherwise Very Good Condition. (Holo2-19-27A), holo11
Stock number:35045.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Frankfurt a. M., Kramer, 1969
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Very Good Condition; 12mo; 79 pages; 18 cm. Includes bibliographical footnotes, 2-page firmenregister, & 9 photo plates. The Rothschilds, Rudolf Sulzbach, Georg Speyer, Charles Hallgarten, Jakob Henry Schiff, Isaac Dreyfus, Wilhelm Merton, etc. Nice little book. (GER-15-51dw), ger7
Stock number:18709.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Prague; Jewish Museum Prague, 1997
Binding: Hardback
Softbound. 8vo. 90, [3] pages. 25 cm. Fifth edition. Includes 47 color illustrations. Drawings and poems selected and arranged by Anita Franková, Ludmila Kybalová, and Hana Povolná; editor's comments by Anita Frankova and Hana Povolná; translation by Joy Kadecková, Jeanne Nemcová, and Edith Pargargeretová. A selection of children's poems and drawings reflecting their surroundings in Terezín Concentration Camp in Czechoslovakia from 1942 to 1944. Based on the volume of Children’s Drawing and Poems published by the State Jewish Museum of Prague in 1959. Subjects: Children's art. Children's writings. Children's art. Children's writings. Holocaust, 1939-1945 – Ceskoslovensko. Jewish children - Czechoslovakia - 1939-1945. Children's art - Czechoslovakia - 1939-1945. Children's and youths' writings - Czechoslovakia - 1939-1945. Concentration camps - Czechoslovakia - 1939-1945. Holocaust, 1939-1945 – Czechoslovakia. Jews - persecution - 1939-1945. Children and war. Theresienstadt (Concentration camp) . Very good condition in very good jacket. (HOLO2-99-25), HOLO8, yidchi2, EE2, ART2. (JA)
Stock number:30203.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York, Jewish War Veterans Ofthe US, 1943
Binding: Paper Wrappers
8vo; 118 pages; Holocaust-era publication aimed at building pride among Jews and respect among others by showing the patriotic role of Jews in American military history. Very Good History (H-40-18), holo12a
Stock number:13962.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Frankfurt Am Main; O. Lembeck, 1990
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 359, 76, 84 pages. 21 cm. First edition. In German. ‘Jewish Musicians in Frankfurt, 1933-1942: music as a form of spiritual resistance: exhibition booklet’. An exhibition by Judith Freise and Joachim Martini in St. Paul's Church in Frankfurt am Main, 7 until 25 November 1990. Includes programs, advertisements, notices, and reviews from the newspapers Frankfurter israelitisches Gemeindeblatt and Jüdisches Gemeindeblatt für die israelitische Gemeinde zu Frankfurt am Main. Subjects: Concert programs - Germany - Frankfurt am Main. Concerts - Germany - Frankfurt am Main - Reviews. Jewish musicians - Germany - Frankfurt am Main Biography. Fresh and clean. Very good condition. (HOLO2-108-39A), holo9, ger8, music1. (ja)
Stock number:33874.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York, International Univ. Press, 1944
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Original Cloth. 8vo. 128 pages. 19 cm. First edition. “After the war homeless children will be numerous and will present a great problem. The authors attempt to evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of residential (institutional) life at different phases and in different aspects of the infant’s development. They come to the conclusion that there are realms in the infant’s life where the residential nursery can be helpful by creating excellent conditions for certain types of development; but that there are others where residential homes have to recognize their limitations if they want to face and fight more effectively the serious consequences of such limitations” (Dust Jacket) Subjects: Child Care. Child Psychology. Foster Home Care. World War II 1939-1945. Dust jacket in protective mylar, but previously repaired along edge with non-archival tape. DJ shows slight rubbing to hinges and corners. Light age toning internally. Minimal shelf wear to boards. Previous owner’s marking on ffep. Good + condition. (HOLO2-116-6), HOLO10, (HG) women1
Stock number:34157.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Berlin; Verlagsanstalt Otto Stollberg, 1940
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 8vo. 288 pages. 21 cm. Seventh Edition. In German. Title translates as: “German Foreign Policy, 1933-1940.” This volume on German foreign policy was written by the noted German professor of international law Axel von Freytagh-Loringhoven (1878-1942) , an anti-semite and nazi legal theorist, presented with numerous awards and honorary posts by Hitler and Goehring. This volume by one of Hitler’s professors is an exposition which fully supports and legitimates the foreign policy of conquest, annexation, and wars of the third reich; as of 1942 this work was dispatched as an official Nazi publication given to German Army soldiers. Subjects: Anti-semitism. Allemagne. Politique extérieure. 1933. Außenpolitik. Geschichte 1933-1940. Germany - Foreign relations - 1933-1945. Europe - Politics and government - 1918-1945. Deutschland. Institution stamps on endpages, pages aged, otherwise clean and fresh. Good + condition. (HOLO2-100-31), HOLO8, ger8, ee2. (ja)
Stock number:30306.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
New York : NYANA Press, 1999. Paper wrappers, 8vo, 234 pages. Founded just after WW II to assist refugees coming to New York from Europe. SUBJECT (S) : Refugees, Jewish -- United States. Jews -- New York (State) -- Charities. New York Association for New Americans. Includes bibliographical references (p. [229]-234) . Part one on Refugees and displaced persons after World Ward II. OCLC lists 6 copies worldwide. Small tear on cover. Very good condition. (HOLO2-17-8), Holo4, mx3
Stock number:23876.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York: Tuviah Friedman., 1985.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
1st edition. Original Paper Wrappers, 4to, ca. 125 leaves. Heavily Illustrated with photographs and facsimiles. In English and German. SUBJECT (S) : Germany – history – 1933-1945 – sources – facsimiles; Germany – history – 1933-1945 – pictorial works; National Socialism – history – sources; Holocaust, Jewish (1933-1945) – sources; Germany – politics and government – 1933-1945 – sources. Corners bumped, front cover creased, pages clean, good+ condition. (MX-20-24) xx, holo11
Stock number:21578.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
Jerusalem: Yad Washem Remembrance Authority, 1958. Wrappers; 8vo. 37 pages. Offprint from Yad Washem Studies on the European Jewish Catastrophe and Resistance II. OCLC lists no copies worldwide. Cover soil; otherwise, very good condition. (H-35)
Stock number:14262.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Holocaust Library, 1978
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paper Wrappers
8vo. 224 pages. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : World War, 1939-1945 – Jews; Refugees, Jewish. NYU Holocaust scholar Samuel Abrahamson's copy, with his ownership stamp inside, and a gift plate on the inside cover from Victor Borge's Holocaust organization "Thanks to Scandinavia." CONTENTS: The heart of woman -- Battle of the badge -- France -- The low countries -- Italy: The reluctant ally -- Hungary: The unwilling satellite -- "We let God wait ten years" -- The unvanquished; Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Greece -- "For your freedom as well as ours!" -- Eastern Europe; The Ukrainians, The Lithuanians, Latvia and Estonia, Belorussia -- "We will not surrender the Jews!" -- Miracle of the Exodus -- Raoul Wallenberg: Hero of Budapest -- Felix Kersten and Folke Bernadotte. Friedman (1901-1960) was a Polish Jewish historian. He edited periodicals in Polish, Hebrew and Yiddish, and published textbooks for, and taught at, Hebrew schools. Immediately after WWII, he documented the destruction of Poland's Jews, and worked with Holocaust survivors in East Germany. Emigrating to the United States in 1948, he continued to work with Jewish cultural institutions in New York City, such as the Jewish Teachers' Institute, YIVO, and Yad Vashem. (EJ, 2007) Previous owner's name on flyleaf. Some underlining in introduction. Good + condition. (Holo2-11-20), HOLO2, HOLO5
Stock number:20871.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Haifa : Towiah Friedman, Director of the Documentation Center, Israel, [1965]
Binding: Paperback
Paper wrappers, oblong small 4to (19x28cm.), 144 pages. Illustrated with photos and facsimiles on every page. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Pictorial works. War criminals -- Germany -- Portraits. Eichmann, Adolf, 1906-1962 -- Portraits. Some soiling and shelf wear to cover. Good condition still. (HOLO2-38-5C), HOLO14, INBT AE
Stock number:37200.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Haifa : T. Friedman,, [1965]
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, oblong small 4to. , 144 pages. Illustrated with photos and facsimiles on every page. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Pictorial works. War criminals -- Germany -- Portraits. Eichmann, Adolf, 1906-1962 -- Portraits. Light wear to covers. Very good condition. (HOLO2-38-5A), HOLO5,
Stock number:26424.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Haifa : Towiah Friedman, Director of the Documentation Center, Israel, [1965]
Binding: Paperback
Paper wrappers, oblong small 4to (19x28cm.), 144 pages. Illustrated with photos and facsimiles on every page. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Pictorial works. War criminals -- Germany -- Portraits. Eichmann, Adolf, 1906-1962 -- Portraits. Fresh and clean, very good condition. (HOLO2-38-5B), HOLO9 (IM)
Stock number:32432.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Bratislava, Prager, 1936
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, 12mo, 218 pages, portraits. In German. Nazi-era imprint. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- Biography. SUBJECT(S)Descriptor: judaïsme -- Disraeli, Benjamin. judaïsme -- Einstein, Albert. judaïsme -- Hess, Moses. judaïsme -- Marx, Karl. judaïsme -- Rathenau, Walther. judaïsme -- Spinoza, Baruch. Light yellowing to edges of pages. Hinge repair. Light chipping to edges of cover. Light wear cover fold. Otherwise, very good condition. (Holo2-74-2), Ava, Holo6, ger7new
Stock number:27869.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Boulder: Social Science Monographs; New York: Distributed By Columbia University Press, 1989
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Inscription: Signed, Inscribed Or Annotated
Original Cloth. 4to. IX, 118 pages. 29 cm. First edition. Inscribed by Valeria Furth, 1991, on titlepage. Contains memories and dozens of color reproductions of the paintings of Valeria Jakober Furth (1926-2011) ; “born in Munkacs, Czechoslovakia. Deported to Auschwitz in 1944, she was liberated in April 1945. She emigrated to New York in 1948 and married her devoted Frank in 1949. They were together for 52 years. Valerie studied with Louise Nevelson and became an accomplished painter and sculptor. In the mid-1970s she began a series of paintings and sculptures from her Holocaust experiences. She then published a book, Cabbages and Geraniums, and told her story in schools and communities. Valerie and Frank were Benefactors of the Museum of Jewish Heritage. ” - NY Times Obituary, March 24, 2011. Subjects: Jews - Ukraine - Mukacheve - Biography. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Ukraine - Mukacheve - Personal narratives. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) , in art. Judenverfolgung Erlebnisbericht Bildband Autobiographie Judenvernichtung Furth, Valerie Jakober. Furth, Valerie Jakober Auschwitz (Concentration camp) Mukacheve (Ukraine) – Biography. Light wear to jacket, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good + condition. (HOLO2-117-33), HOLO10, ART2. (JA) women1
Stock number:34119.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London: Souvenir Press,, 1972
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, x, 310, pages, illustrated, ports. , 8vo, 23 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Rohm, Ernst. Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Sturmabteilung. Germany -- History -- Night of the Long Knives, 1934. Identifier: Germany; Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei; Sturmabteilung, June 1934. OCLC lists 49 copies worldwide. Slight tear to top right corner of dustjacket. Otherwise, Very Good Condition. (Holo2-18-2), Holo3, mx3
Stock number:22369.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
New York: Harper and Row, 1972. Cloth, 8vo. 310 pages. Translation of 'La Nuit des longs couteaux'. Subtitle on cover: June 29 - 30, 1934 - Hitler's purge of the SA. SUBJECT (S) : Rohm, Ernst. Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Sturmabteilung. Germany -- History -- Night of the Long Knives, 1934. Germany; Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei; Sturmabteilung, June 1934. Includes black and white photographs and bibliographical references. Closed tear on jacket, small chips on jacket spine. Good condition. (HOLO2-15-16), Holo3, mx3
Stock number:23284.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : YIVO., 1969.
Binding: Hardcover
4to. X, 338 pages. In Yiddish. SUBJECT (S) : World War, 1939-1945 – Jews – bibliography; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) – bibliography. SERIES: Bibliyografishe serye ; ; num. 9-10; Variation: Sidrah bibliyografit meshutefet ; ; 9-10. Spine faded, stamp inside front cover, very good condition. Other volumes available. Please ask. (BIB-3-1), bibliog1, holo2
Stock number:19846.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: London; Orbis, 1994
Binding: Paperback
Original Wrappers. 8vo. Xi, 327 pages. 22 cm. Illustrated. Later Edition. Originally published in London by Julian Friedmann Publishers, 1975. Contains portraits of Auschwitz prisoners and resistance members, as well as black and white period photographs of the camp and SS officers. An important piece by a camp survivor and Polish Home Army member discussing resistance within Aushwitz. “There are already a great many books on Auschwitz; a full list of books and articles on it would run to over seven thousand items. Why add another? Because it deals systematically for the first time with an element in the life of the camp that does extraordinary credit to its prisoners: the resistance movement that was created inside it and that, even in those conditions, the SS could never destroy. The author was for a short time a forced inmate himself, which gives him a special claim to touch the subject. Before he went there, he had been in resistance outside, as an officer of the Armia Krajowa, the Polish Home Army that was later decimated in the Warsaw rising. ” (Foreward) Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 -- Underground movements -- Poland. Auschwitz (Concentration camp) Light shelf wear, light staining and wrinkling along bottom fore edge corner of pages. Good + condition. (HOLO-114-23), Holo11 (hg)
Stock number:34217.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Langensalza, H. Beyer (Beyer & Mann), 1931
Binding: Paperback
Paper Wraps. 8vo. 76 pages. 22 cm. In German. Series: Pädagogisches Magazin, Heft 1343. Schriften zur politischen Bildung. VIII Reihe: Das Erbe des deutschen Geistes, Heft 10. (“Educational magazine. Issue 1343rd Writings on political education. Series VIII: The legacy of the German spirit, volume 10 National freedom and poetry. ”) OCLC lists 21 copies worldwide. Pages are uncut. Ex-library with minimal markings. Printed green wrappers detached but present with damp stains and tear along spine. Internal pages are darkened slightly with some water stains, but all text is clear. Good condition. (HOLO2-47-22) ., Holo5, period1, ger7new, cds
Stock number:26308.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Boston, Mass. : Beacon Press,, 1995
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, 275 pages, 6 pages, map, 8vo, 21 cm. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Personal narratives. Gelissen, Rena Kornreich, 1920-2006. Auschwitz. Includes bibliographical references on page 275. Wear to dust jacket. Good condition. (Holo2-19-12), Holo3, mx3
Stock number:22381.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, Labor Palestine Information Bureau, 1946
Binding: Hardback
Newsletter. 4to. 5 pages. 36 cm. Reproduced in NY in August, 1946 from original newsletter published in Tel-Aviv. Contents Includes: “In Struggle Against a Police State! ” “What is the Histadrut? ” “Cooperative Housing, ” “Safeguarding Workers’ Health, ” “Workers’ Insurance, ” “Jewish and Arab Workers on Strike, ” “”Organised Labour in Palestine, ” “Jewish Labour Abroad: Pioneers from England for Palestine, ” “Unemployment in Egypt. ” SUBJECT (S) : Labor -- Periodicals -- Palestine. Trade unions -- Palestine. Succeeding Title: Israel Labour News. OCLC lists only 4 copies worldwide (New York Public Library, Research; Harvard University College Library; Hebrew Union College; Hoover Institute on War, Revolution and Peace) . Date stamp (“AUG 5 1946”) at top of first page. Edges are darkened with crease and small tear at bottom, but all text is clear. Underlining and margin notes on pages 2-3. Good condition. (HOLO2-47-5)., Holo5, period1, zionism1, cds
Stock number:26269.
$US 50.00
Imprint: 1998
Binding: Paperback
Düsseldorf: Arbeitskreis NS-Gedenkstätten NW, 1998. Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 132 pages. Illustrated. In German. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust memorials - Germany - North Rhine-Westphalia; Memorials - Germany - North Rhine-Westphalia; Concentration camps - Germany - North Rhine-Westphalia; National socialism - Germany - North Rhine-Westphalia. OCLC lists 2 copies worldwide (Harvard Col Libr, Nederlands Inst Voor Oorlogsdocumentatie) . Very little shelf wear. Very minimal staining to cover. Otherwise in Very Good condition. (GERA-12-6) ., GER4
Stock number:17782.
$US 50.00
Imprint: 1998
Binding: Paperback
Düsseldorf: Arbeitskreis NS-Gedenkstätten NW, 1998. Paper Wrappers. 8vo. 124 pages. Illustrated. In German. SUBJECT (S) : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Study and teaching - Germany - North Rhine-Westphalia; Holocaust memorials - Germany - North Rhine-Westphalia. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (Harvard Univ Col Libr, Us Holocaust Mem Mus, Nederlands Inst Voor Oorlogsdocumentatie) . Very slight bumping to edges. Small staining to back cover. Otherwise in Very Good condition. (GERA-12-5)., GER4
Stock number:17781.
$US 50.00
Imprint: [Berlin], [E. Zander], 1941
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
1st Edition. Original Illustrated Red Paper Wrappers with superimposed photograph of French refugee children pushing a cart. 8vo. 124 pages ; 24 cm. In German. Title translates into English as, “The French Refugee Tragedy. ” World War II era German propaganda about Fascist support for refugees in France. Contains a map and many pages of photographs in back. SUBJECT (S) : World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees. OCLC lists 27 copies worldwide. Some foxing. Good+ Condition. (holo2-131-34), HOLO14
Stock number:37289.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
New York: National Jewish Resource Center, 1981. Wrappers; 4to. 30 pages. Illustrated. A project of Zachor, the Holocaust Resource Center of the National Jewish Resource Center. Letter inviting members of the Association for Jewish Studies to subscribe laid in. Very good condition. (H-35-10), HOLO5,
Stock number:14265.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Köln; Germania Judaica, 1995
Binding: Hardcover
Later Archival Boards. 8vo. [5], 183, [2] pages. 21 cm. Serial Publication. In German. Title translates as: “Working Information on Research Projects in the field of the History of German Jews and Antisemitism; Issue 16.” Published by the Cologne Library for the History of German Jewry; an annual bibliography of research projects and publications which study the history of Antisemitism and German Jewry, issue 16 is specifically devoted to theses which research the economic exploitation of Jews in the Nazi Era. Subjects: Jews - History - Research - Germany - Directories. Antisemitismus. Germany - Ethnic relations - Research - Directories. Antisemitism - Germany - Bibliography - Catalogs. Germania Judaica (Cologne, Germany) - Catalogs. Institutional stamps on endpages, spine repaired. otherwise fresh and clean. Very good condition. (HOLO2-100-19), HOLO8, ger8, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:30294.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London; Gollancz, 1969
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 8vo. 191 pages. 23 cm. First English-language edition. Edited & translated from the German by Karen Gershon. “Karen Gershon (Kathe Lowenthal; 1923–1993) , German-born poet who came to England before World War II without her parents, who died in the camps. Gershon's ‘Selected Poems’ (1966) , written under the pseudonym ‘Karen Gershon, ’ gave powerful expression to the refugee's thoughts and emotions from childhood. She also edited ‘We Came as Children’ (1966) , a collective autobiography of young refugees, some of whom, like herself, eventually married English non-Jews; and ‘Postscript’ (1969) , an account of Jewish life in West Germany after 1945. She settled in Israel in 1969 but returned to England in 1975 and died in London. ” (EJ 2008) Subjects: Jews - Germany - History - 1945-1990. Joden. Allemagne. Juifs. Après 1945. Guerre mondiale 1939-1945. Occupation et résistance. Allemagne occupée. Juifs. Guerre mondiale 1939-1945. Prisonniers et déportés. Déportés et internés. Camps du Grand Reich. Généralités. Politique internationale. Juifs. Après 1945. VG+ in VG+ jacket. A beautiful copy. (HOLO2-97-13), HOLO8, wiv0512, ger7, comhist2. (ja)
Stock number:29493.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Schreiber,shengold Publishing, NY, NY, 1991
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
1st edition, original cloth with dustjacket, 8vo. 494 pages. In English. Some marks on dust jacket, else Very Good Condition. (YIZ-19-9), Yiz
Stock number:39899.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Schreiber,shengold Publishing, NY, NY, 1991
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
1st edition, original cloth with dustjacket, 8vo. 494 pages. In English. Some marks on dust jacket and a tear on back of dust jacket, else Very Good Condition. (YIZ-19-9a), Yiz
Stock number:39900.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Mayflower Books, 1979
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 4to. 224 pages. 26 cm. First American edition. Includes 150 black and white photographic plates. ”Six million Jews were murdered by the Nazis in the Second World War. More than half of them--men, women and children--were brought hundreds and even thousands of miles across Europe to their deaths, forced into sealed railway trucks and shunted towards the unknown. Who were these people? Where did they come from? At what point did they know what was to become of them? How did they conduct themselves in these final days, and hours? Here, Martin Gilbert relates the fate of Jewish communities as far scattered as France and Rumania, Holland and Greece, plucked out from every corner of Europe, uprooted from their homes, separated from their loved ones, tortured, starved, shot and gassed, under barbaric conditions. On their way to death, no torment was spared them. Their journeys were a transition from hardship to hell: millions of unknown sagas of tragedy, courage, humanity and despair. Yet some, miraculously, survived. ” (publisher description) . Subjects: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Holocaust. Light shelf wear. Very good condition in good jacket. (HOLO2-102-30), HOLO8, bibliog4. (ja)
Stock number:30433.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York; Astra Books, 1962
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 8vo. 232 pages. 23 cm. First edition. “This dramatic tale captures the mood of Palestine during the days of 1947 and 1948. It is a moving story of Ben Lande, a survivor of Nazi concentration camps, shut in the prison of his memories and his sense of guilt […] Adam Gillon is a survivor of the Nazi holocaust in Europe. He has been underground fighter, lumberjack, farm hand, waiter, librarian, salesman, teacher of six different languages, lecturer, fund-raiser, high school principal, and Air Force officer. ” (dustjacket description) . Also, from 1975 until 1995, the author was president of the Joseph Conrad Society of America. Subjects: Jewish (1939-1945) - Fiction. Concentration camp inmates – Fiction. Palestine. Great condition in very good jacket. A beautiful copy. (HOLO2-102-27), HOLO8, ee2, zionism1. (ja)
Stock number:30430.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York, Harper & Brothers, 1942
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo; 1st edition. original cloth in dust jacket, small 8vo, ix, 92 pages. Holocaust-era explanation of assistance to Jewish refugees from Europe in the US & Palestine "The Work of The United Jewish Appeal, The Joint Distribution Committee, The United Palestine Appeal, [&] The National Refugee Service." (H-41-16) Very Good Condition in Very Good Jacket, Holo7, inbt, mea, holo12a. Illustr: Illustrated by 13 Pages of Charts & Tables
Stock number:14028.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Berlin, Juedischen Rundschau
Binding: Paper Wrappers
Some wear to cover, Good Condition; 8vo; 15 pages; 23cm. In German. [193?] Published using nice bauhaus-style design. Printed at the press of Siegfried Scholem, Berlin-Schoneberg. With rear advertisements for Keren Hajessod and Judische Rundschau. (GER-42-22), GER8
Stock number:4817.
$US 50.00
Imprint: [Woodhaven, N. Y. ]; Manyland Books, 1963
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
Publishers cloth. 8vo. 168 pages. 22 cm. First English edition. Translated from the Lithuanian by Raphael Sealey and Milton Stark. Jurgis Gliauda was a lawyer turned writer whose novels won several Lithuanian literary prizes and whose best known novel has been listed among the books of the month by Time magazine. This novel, House upon the Sand, is a study "of savage ironies, belongs with the best of the literature on Nazidom. " The novel tells of a decent German aristocrat who turns into a Nazi killer with chilling ease. Subjects: Germany - History - 1933-1945 – Fiction. Very good condition in very good dustjacket. (HOLO2-95-8), HOLO8, wiv0512, ger7. (ja)
Stock number:29351.
$US 50.00
Binding: Hardcover
Nuremberg, Germany, 1947-49. Cloth, 8vo, 510 pages (volume 18) , 42 volumes, 24 cm. Trial against H. W. Göring, R. Hess, J. Von Ribbentrop, R. Ley, W. Keitel, E. Kaltenbrunner, A. Rosenberg, H. Frank, W. Frick, J. Streicher, W. Funk, H. Schacht, G. Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach, K. Dönitz, E. Raeder, B. Von Schirach, F. Sauckel, A. Jodl, M. Bormann, F. Von Papen, A. Seyss-Inquart, A. Speer, C. Von Neurath, and H. Fritzsche, individually and as members of any groups or organizations to which they belonged. "Documents admitted in evidence are printed only in their original language. " Volumes. 30, 31 and 38 have fold. Charts (4 total) in pockets. Contents: volumes 1. Official documents. --Volumes 2-22. Proceedings. --Volumes 23. Chronological and subject index. --Volumes 24. Document and name index and errata. --Volumes 25-42. Documents and other material in evidence. Subject: Nuremberg Trial of Major German War Criminals, Nuremberg, Germany, 1945-1946. Added author International Military Tribunal. Spine and pages tanned. Edge wear to covers. Ex-library with book plate. Good condition. (H-22) This volume only., Holo5
Stock number:25917.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Jerusalem; Yad Vashem, 1976
Binding: Hardcover
(FT) Later cloth. 8vo. 13, 398 [16] pages. 22 cm. In Hebrew. “The Holocaust: Eye Witness and Literary Accounts. ” This large collection of testimonies and personal narratives of Holocaust survivors was compiled and edited by the novelist Shammai Golan; he was born in Poland in 1933, and spent World War II under Nazi occupation and in Siberia. After the death of his parents, he was placed in an orphanage and immigrated illegally to Palestine in 1947. Golan studied literature and history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Later, he taught literature, ran the Hebrew Writers` House in Jerusalem, and served as cultural attache in Mexico and Moscow. He was also chairman of the Hebrew Writers` Association. Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Personal narratives, Jewish. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Literary collections. World War, 1939-1945 - Underground movements - Jews. Institutional stamp on verso of title page. Covers lightly worn and scuffed. Outer edges lightly soiled. Internally very fresh and clean. Good + condition. (HOLO2-95-42), HOLO8, wiv0512, ee2, zionism1. (ja)
Stock number:29385.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York: Yivo, 1945.
Binding: Paperback
8vo. 154 pages. Proposals for managing the influx of Holocaust- and DP-era Jewish immigrants to the US. SUBJECT (S) : Jews – United States; United States – emigration and immigration. SERIES: Its Yivo English translation series; Variation: Yivo Institute for Jewish Research. ; Yivo English translation series. Previous owner's stamp on blank end paper, very good condition. (AMR-20-36A), holo16
Stock number:39442.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Prague: Orbis., 1947.
Binding: Paperback
8vo. 62 pages. Illustrated with tables and diagrams. Third edition. On Postwar reconstruction in Czechoslovia under Soviet direction. SUBJECT (S) : Governement ownership – Czechoslovakia; Industries – Czechoslovakia. Gift inscription, underlinging and marginalia throughout, good condition. (Czech-4-33), Czech1, slavic1, nj1, immig1, holo4
Stock number:24863.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Tuscaloosa, University of Alabama Press, 2013
Binding: Hardcover
ISBN-13: 9780817318000. Cloth, 8vo, 232 pages. Eva Goldschmidt Wyman, tells her family's story, and that of thousand of others, who escaped from Nazi Germany to Chile in the 1930s and 1940s, a time when the Chilean Nazi party was active in Chile's major institutions. The book is based primarily on interviews with German Jewish refugees, family correspondence, and research in German and Chilean primary sources from the period. It begins with an intimate account of Jews in Germany in the 1930s as conditions for Jews deteriorated. Wyman recounts Kristallnacht in Stuttgart, where her father was principal of the Jewish school, his imprisonment in Dachau, and his release and immigration to Great Britain. Escaping Hitler details her family’s escape from Nazi Germany and subsequent life in Chile, providing an intimate look at daily life on the steam ship Conte Grande during the voyage from Italy to Chile in 1939, as well as Nazi espionage and anti-Semitic activity in Chile and the Nazi influence in South America in general. Recounted in an intimate and personal style, Escaping Hitler immerses the reader in an extraordinary chapter of contemporary Jewish history both inside Germany and South America. It is an augmented translation of her earlier work in Spanish, Huyendo del Infierno Nazi: La Inmigración Judio-Alemana hacia Chile en los Años Treinta (Santiago, RIL, 2008). “Escaping Hitler brings new material to the English speaking audience and as such is a contribution to Holocaust history. It is a fascinating and informative read presenting a well-researched and well-documented story of German Jewish refugees in Chile and their complicated encounters with German and Nazi immigrants.”—Steven B. Bowman, author of The Jews of Byzantium, 1204–1453. New Condition in Dust Jacket. (HOLO2-118-9), holo10, latam2
Stock number:34189.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Bs Aires [Argentina]: Acervo Cultural, 1952
Binding: Hardback
Hardcover, 8vo, 299 pages, 21 cm. In Spanish. SUBJECT (S) : Descriptor: World War, 1939-1945 -- Poland -- Warsaw. Jews -- Poland -- Warsaw. World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, Jewish. Translation of: The stars bear witness. OCLC lists 4 copies worldwide (Florida Atlantic University, National Library of Israel, University Simon Bolivar, Universidad De Antioquia) , only 1 in the US. Rebound. Good condition. (Holo2-71-8), HOLO8, wiv0512
Stock number:29543.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Schlüchtern, Neuwerkverlag., 1921.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. 152 pages. In German. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Antisemitism; Race; Nationalism and nationality. Goldstein (1873-1929) was a German philosopher who was born in Hamburg. His philosophies were similar to William James', whose A Pluralistic Universe he translated, and he was greatly concerned with the modern civilization and culture around him. (Popkin, EJ) Pages darkened but clean, binding tight, very good condition. (HOLO2-6-21), HOLO2, ger7
Stock number:20766.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London; V. Gollancz Ltd, 1946
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Pamphlet
Original Wraps. 12mo. 48 pages. 19 cm. First edition. "This is, with some alterations a chapter from a book, entitled 'Our threatened values, ' which is now being written. " Discusses the low level of food rationing in the allied zones of occupation of the former Nazi Germany, argues against those who would wish to lower the caloric intake further, pleads the case for the starved German workers of Hamburg and the Ruhr, and calls for a universal end to food-starvation policies. Subjects: Food supply - Germany. Food supply. History. Germany - History - 1945-1955. Light soiling to wraps, otherwise clean and fresh. Good condition. (HOLO2-121-37), Holo11, . (ja)
Stock number:35263.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York, The American Palestine Comte
Binding: Stapled Wraps
Closed tear to front cover. Very Good Condition; 8vo; 38 pages; Guido Kisch's copy. Not in Wolff nor Robinson & Friedman (HOLO2-98-30), holo8
Stock number:2060.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: London; Gollancz, 1961
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Paperback
Original Wrappers. 8vo. 61 pages. 20 cm. First edition. Gollancz's reasoning as to why the life of Eichmann should be spared. 'I have hesitated a long time before deciding to publish this pamphlet. For a British Jew, whose suffering has been merely sympathetic, to criticize the Israelis, and to suggest what they should and should not do, must see, even to the writer, intolerably presumptuous. And yet I end by feeling that publish I must'. (Preface ) . Subjects: Eichmann, Adolf. Eichmann Trial. Israel. Bottom back edge corner bumped. Previous owner’s markings on ffep. Clean and bright. Very good condition. (HOLO2-116-27), Holo10, (hg)
Stock number:34178.
$US 50.00
Imprint: London; V. Gollancz, 1945
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Pamphlet
Original Wraps. 12mo. 15 pages. 19 cm. First edition. Pamphlet about the responses to Buchenwald, the death camps, and the widespread sentiment that all Germans must by wiped out. Gollancz points out that many Germans were victims of the concentration camps and death camps, and discusses several examples of German anti-Nazi resistance groups in several cities, workers in the Ruhr, Hamburg, etc. And says that their heroic example should be first to be addressed when discussing Germany. Subjects: National characteristics, German. Concentration camps - Germany. Guerre mondiale 1939-1945. Allemagne-Prisons. Buchenwald. Anti-Nazi Resistance. The Other Germany. Concentration camps. National characteristics, German. Konzentrationslager Weimar-Buchenwald. Weimar-Buchenwald - Konzentrationslager. Light soiling to wraps, otherwise clean and fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-121-38), Holo11, . (ja)
Stock number:35264.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Paperback
Washington, D. C. : United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 1995. Wrappers; 4to. 128 pages. Profusely illustrated with black and white and color photographs. Frontispiece photograph; pictorial covers. World War, 1939-1945 -- Concentration camps -- Liberation -- Europe. Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) Note(s) : "Published on the occasion of the exhibition Liberation 1945, held at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D. C. , May 9, 1995-January 7, 1996"--Title page verso. Includes bibliographical references. Excellent condition. (H-30-8), holo15, inbt ae
Stock number:14144.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York; Jewish Book Council Of America, 1944
Binding: Paperback
Original Wrappers. 8vo. 21 pages. 22 cm. Front cover illustration by Mitchell Loeb. A Holocaust-era pamphlet of the Jewish Book Council outlining the program and intentions of the Jewish Book Month, with listings of participating libraries in major U. S. Cities, selected materials, publishers, and bibliographic resources. Includes Yiddish listings. In 1944 the Jewish Welfare Board became a sponsor and coordinator of the Jewish Book Council, which had originally been founded, in 1925, as Jewish Book Week and expanded through the following years. The Book Council's objectives were the stimulation of an abiding zeal for knowledge among young and old; the development of a Jewish cultural atmosphere in homes; the enrichment of educational programs of clubs, study circles and discussion groups; and the enlargement of book collections in institutional libraries, reading rooms, and private homes. Subjects: Books, Jewish. Jewish Book Month. OCLC lists one copy (HUC) . Light wear to covers, clean and fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-96-26), HOLO8, wiv0512, comhist2, amr4, bibliog3. (ja)
Stock number:29455.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Binding: Hardback
Ottawa: Today, 1946. Wrappers; large 4to. 32 pages in entire issue. Articles advertised on cover include "Nazi Victims or Collaborators: Which Does Canada Want?" "Labor Presents Its Case To the Public, " "Aspects of the Palestine Crisis, " "Sholom Aleikhem: His Humor Defied the Czar. " One-inch tear in top of spine; bent; spine rubbed. Good condition. (H-31-2), holo12a
Stock number:14157.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: Frankfurt Am Main; Knecht, 1989
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Illustrated Wraps. 8vo. 174 pages. 21 cm. First edition. In German. ‘Open Wounds, Burning Questions: Jews in Germany from 1938 to the Present. ’ A collection of essays on different facets of twentieth century German-Jewish history since Kristallnacht. Subjects: Jews - Germany - History - 1933-1945. Jews - Germany (West) - History. Jews - Germany - Regensburg - History. Germany - Ethnic relations. Regensburg (Germany) - Ethnic relations. Light shelf wear to wraps and outer edges, otherwise fresh. Very good condition. (HOLO2-108-40) Xxxx, holo9, ger8. (ja)
Stock number:31801.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Philadelphia, Maurice Jacobs, 1972
Paper Wraps, Stapled. 33 pages. Reprinted from American Jewish Historical Quarterly vol. 61, No 3 (1972) , pages 181-213. The author recounts the debate concerning the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin and the attempts to persuade the American Olympic Committee to boycott the games as a result of the Nazis’ discriminatory policies against Jews. Nice, clean copy with secure binding. Very good condition. (HOLO2-37-3), Holo5, amer4, cds
Stock number:26390.
$US 50.00
Imprint: Philadelphia, Maurice Jacobs, 1968
Paper Wraps, Stapled. 41 pages. Reprinted from American Jewish Historical Quarterly vol. 57, No 4 (1968) , pages 516-556. On 1 April 1933, the Nazis carried out the first nationwide, planned action against Jews: a boycott targeting Jewish businesses and professionals. It was both a reprisal and an act of warning. On the day of the boycott, the SA stood menacingly in front of Jewish-owned department stores and retail establishments, and the offices of professionals such as doctors and lawyers. Throughout Germany, rare acts of violence against individual Jews and Jewish property occurred. Article subject written on cover and some underlining on first page, but all text is clear. Otherwise, internal pages are nice and clean with secure binding. Very good condition. (HOLO2-37-1), Holo5, amer4, cds
Stock number:26388.
$US 50.00
Binding: Paperback
American Jewish Committee, New York, 1943. Paper Wrappers, 8vo, 23 pages. Unit 8. Holocaust Period, planning for after the war. Very good condition. (P-2)
Stock number:17470.
$US 50.00
Click for full size image.
Imprint: New York, Dryden Press, 1945
Edition: First Edition (?)
Binding: Cloth
Very Good Condition. An excellent copy. ; 8vo; 224 pages; Much on the Jewish refugees, not yet called "Displaced Persons. " Chapters include: The Position of the Jews in the Post-War World; Palestine in the New World; Relief, Reconstruction, and Migraiton; etc. (H-40-4), holo12a
Stock number:13963.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : The Dryden Press., 1945.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. Xiv, 224 pages. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Reconstruction (1939-1951) - Jews; Jewish question. CONTENTS: The two world wars: a comparison and contrast; How the Jewish communities prepared for peace during World War I; Europe between wars-1919-1939; The position of the Jews in th post-war world; Palestine in the new world; Relief, reconstruction, and migration; Jewish survival in the democracy of the future. Gottschalk (1889-1976) was a Belgian social scientist who worked for the International labor office, and and did research at the Institute of Sociology of the Free University of Brussels. He spent WWII in New York, teaching at the New School for Social Research. In the social field, he was vice president of the Jewish Colonization Association, board member of Alliance Israélite Universelle and ORT-Union, and a founder of the Centrale d'Oeuvres Sociales Juives in Brussels. He directed the Research Institute for Peace and Postwar Problems of the American Jewish Committee and from 1959 the Centre National des Hautes Etudes Juives, financed by the Belgian government. As president of the Belgian Committee for Refugees from Nazi Germany, he was instrumental in the rescue of the passengers from the ship St. Louis, which was sent back from Cuba and finally permitted to land in Antwerp. Gottschalk wrote numerous publications in Jewish and non-Jewish fields. (EJ, 2007) Great condition in good jacket. (Holo2-12-15), Holo8, mx3
Stock number:23638.
$US 50.00
Imprint: New York : The Dryden Press., 1945.
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardcover
8vo. Xiv, 224 pages. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Reconstruction (1939-1951) - Jews; Jewish question. CONTENTS: The two world wars: a comparison and contrast; How the Jewish communities prepared for peace during World War I; Europe between wars-1919-1939; The pos