Book details: D'AUSCHWITZ À ISRAËL, VINGT ANS APRÈS LA LIBÉRATION
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Schneersohn, Isaac; Aryeh Tartakower; Manès Sperber
D'AUSCHWITZ À ISRAËL, VINGT ANS APRÈS LA LIBÉRATION
Imprint: Paris; C. D. J. C., 1968
Edition: First Edition
Binding: Hardback
Original Wraps. 8vo. 474 pages. 22 cm. First edition. In French. 'From Auschwitz to Israel, twenty years after the Liberation'. Centre de documentation juive contemporaine. Publications 41. Important collection of essays from various scholars: on Method and Theory in Research on the Catastrophe (contributions from Robinson, Esh, Poliakov, Katsh) , Effects of the Catastrophe on the Jewish People (contributions from Dvorjetski, Minkowski, Baruk, Halperin) , Has Humanity learned a lesson? (with contributions from Tartakower, Wiesenthal, Wulf, Prinz) , Israel (contributions from Catarivas, Margalith, Weisl, Rabi) , the Jewish People after the Catastrophe (Levinas, Neher, Halperin, Leftwitch, Goldberg, Turkov, Touati, Mandel, Mann, Sperber) , with Appendix on Research Institutes on the Holocaust (Yad Vashem, Yivo, Wiener Library, CDJC, Zydowski Instytut Historyczny, Kibbutz Lohamei HaGeta'ot) ; edited by Isaac Schneersohn (1879-1969) : “During World War II, as a refugee in southern France, he founded the Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine (CDJC) within the underground movement in Grenoble (1943) . He became its founding chairman and presided over it until his death. After the liberation of France, the CDJC became a vital institute for the research of the Holocaust. By 1969, it had published 42 historical volumes, all of which are prefaced by Schneersohn. In 1952, Schneersohn launched the idea of a memorial to the unknown Jewish martyr. ” - EJ 2008. Includes the bookstamp of Abraham Katsh, a contributor to the volume. Includes laid in letter from Leon Czertok to Abraham Katsh (with CDJC letter head) , with a quote from Emanuel Eydoux on his appreciation for Katsh's contribution. Subjects: Jews - History - 1945- Politique Internationale. Juifs. Après 1945. Jews. Light wear to wraps, light foxing throughout; otherwise fresh. Good + condition. (HOLO2-117-2), Holo10, fr1. (ja)
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