REMEMBERING AND REBUILDING: SURVEY AND ANALYSIS OF THE TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIONS OF THE WARSAW GHETTO UPRISING.
Imprint: New York: World Jewish Congress., July, 1955.
4to. 15 pages. SUBJECT (S) : Warsaw (Poland) – history – Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, 1943 – anniversaries, etc. OCLC lists 5 copies worldwide (Brandeis Univ, Univ of Maryland-College Park, Hebrew Union College, Univ of Pennsylvania, UPenn Center for Judaic Studies) . Schwarzbart (1888-1961) was a Polish Zionist. He studied law in Cracow, and was politically active with Zionist organizations and publications there, including the student group Ha-Shahar. Later, he was a founder and chairman of the World Movement of General Zionists. In 1938, he was elected to the Polish government, but fled to Rumania when WWII began, and later to Paris and London, where he was part of the Polish government-in-exile. After the war, he moved to the United States, and led the administrative department of the World Jewish Congress. (Kressel, EJ) A little discolored around the edges, very good condition. (HOLO2-6-30), HOLO2