“Leipzig” – Books on the Shoah – May 2020

Dear Friends and Colleagues.

Here we are in May 2020 the world sheltering in place and struggling to combat the plague. It feels in some ways that we have entered a Brechtian dark age again and look to the future to understand us with kindness. May we all emerge soon with a vaccine and the end of the epidemic.

In the midst of the turmoil and upheaval as we stay in our homes and some continue to work, the language of silence must be met also by our communication and continuation with scholarship and learning from history.

I am sending out two lists with the hope that you feel able to go through them and perhaps find some tomes of interest.

This is being sent on Lag Ba’Omer when a plague raged among the disciples of the great sage  Rabbi Akiva (teacher of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai) and ended today.

The holiday carries the theme of loving and being respectful of all life.
May we continue on our journeys with renewed reverence for all life.

Stay well and safe,

Ken aka Yekutiel

1.            CDJC. Le Temps des Rafles. Le sort des Juifs en France pendant la guerre. Hotel de Ville, 1992. 191 pp. in French, with haunting photos of the roundups and camps. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (277581)    $15.00

2.            Fruhwald Wolfgang (hrsg). Chrisliches Exil und christlicher Widerstand Ein Symposion. Pustet, 1987. 430 pp. Good. Paperback.  (254435)         $10.00

3.            Geras Norman. The Contract of Mutual Indifference: Political Philosophy after the Holocaust. London: Verso, 1998. 177 pp. pencil marks on margins. new. Hardback & DJ.  (254404)    $20.00

4.            Gross Jan. Fear: Anti-Semitism in Poland After Auschwitz. Random House, 2006. 302 pp. Detailed reconstruction of the Kielce pogrom. Trying to understand how was it pssible for anti-semitism to resurge after the War How did the Church Communist workers and intellectuals respond. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277570)               $15.00

5.            Haarmann Hermann (hrsg). Heimat, liebe Heimat. Exil und Innere Emigration 1933-1945. Bostelmann, 2004. 200 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (254436)               $15.00

6.            Jewish Frontier Association. The Massacre of a People; What the Democracies Can Do. NY: Jewish Frontier/Schoen Boos, 1943/2005. deals with the murder of Jews in Europe and what needs to be done to save them. Country by country report. 98 pp. covers worn small number on cover. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
(277750)               $23.00

7.            Joint Foreign Committee of the Board of Deputies of British Jews. The Persecution of the Jews in Germany and Supplementary Bulletin No, 1 Edited by Leonard Stein. Board of Deputies and Anglo Jewish Assn/Schoen Reprint, April and May 1933/ 2007. Schoen Books Reprint. 50+43 pages, details the horrid circumstances of the Jews with comments and declarations by various officials in UK; discusses the boycott, the Nazi terror and the plight of various professions under the Nazis: reprint . Very good+ condition. Wrapper.  (277745)  $18.00

8.            Kacer Kathy. Masters of Silence. Annick, 2019. 264 pp. Based on true story the rescue of Jewish children by Marcel Marceau. Very Good. Paperback.  (277712)            $10.00

9.            Kirchheimer, Gloria. We Were So Beloved: Autobiography of a German-Jewish Community. Pittsburgh: Univ. of Pittsburgh Press, 1997. 370 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Interviews with refugees from Nazi Germany living in Washington Heights.  (254291)        $15.00

10.          Klempner Mark. The Heart Has Reasons: Dutch Rescuers of Jewish Children during the Holocaust; Updated version. Night Stand Books, 2012. 225 pp. with a chapter trying to understand altruism. Very Good. Paperback.  (277709)               $18.00

11.          Kohler, Max. The United States and German Jewish Persecutions; Precedents for Popular and Governmental Action. NY: Jewish Academy of Arts and Science, 1933. Schoen Books Reprint (2005). Reproduced with original library markings to title page. 77pp. New. Perfect-bound.
Table of contents : Precendents for Popular Protests; American Governmental Intercession on Behalf of the Jews; The Bernheim Upper Silesian Petition before the Council of the League of Nations
(277748)            $25.00

12.          Levine Rhonda. Class Networks and Identity; Replanting Jewish Lives from Nazi Germany in Rural New York. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001. 240 pages. Very good+. Paperback.  (277127)       $10.00

13.          Lidovsḳi Eliʻezer . Lo ke-tson la-tabaḥ : mi-pinkaso shel partizan. Alef, 1982. 93 pp. In Hebrew.
Personal narrative of the Shoah  (277878)              $40.00

14.          Liepman, Ruth. Maybe Luck Isn’t Just Chance. Evanston: NWUP, 1996. 125 pp. new. Paperback.
Memoir of Jewish Communist fled Hamburg for Holland and worked for Swiss Consulate during the War. Returned to Hamburg. . Married Heinz Liepman  (277229)       $12.00

15.          Liepmann Heinz. Escape to Life. Duckworth, 1938. Important exile writer 260 pp. dj worn and torn The story of the growing up of a war orphan and his trials and tribulations, stowaway to America and returns to Germany, and hears of the advent of a new leader who promises to rebuild and deliver Germany,American title was Nights of an Old Child. Good. Hardcover .
Sternfeld DEL page 201  (277754)              $30.00

16.          Liepmann Heinz. Fires Underground: A Narrative of the Secret Struggle Carried on By the Illegal Organizations in Germany Under Penalty of Death. Lippincott, 1936. 300 pp.covers worn crown and base of spine bruised , edges of covers bumped. Good-. Hardcover .
“Every incident in the book has been carefully investigated and established as fact. It is dedicated to those who are suffering for their ideals.” (from preface) … Kirkus Review 1936: They include the Communist and Socialist elements which Hitler is trying to stamp out. The narrator is a journalist representing an English paper, who gets his news through associating with the political underworld and the Nazi police of Hamburg (and who tells his story to Liepmann). He tells of the organizations, of the spying and counter-spying, of secret printing presses, of the dissemination of fly sheets against the Nazis, of the passwords and secret meetings, of the treatment of captured members. The period covered is very brief — from the burning of the Reichstag in Berlin on through the period following the election of Hitler. Remarkably objective approach to difficult subject. The characters are taken from real life. Well done and interesting reading.  (277696)               $30.00

17.          Liepmann Heinz. Murder Made in Germany. New York: Harper & Row, 1934. Exile writer Sternfeld s.309-310 cover soiled, tears to crown and base of spine,hinges repaired.. So effective is his portrayal of the horrors of present day Germany that the German Government has made every effort to have the book suppressed instituting libel suits against Liepmann and his publishers in every country where the book has appeared. To date Liepmann has won every such suit and expects to win the one now pending in this country. On the pretext of having in it libelled the head of a friendly state, the German Government had him imprisoned in Holland while he was on a visit there. Good. Hardcover .
Kirkus Review of Book 1934
A true story of present day Germany”” we are told, and surely it reads as though written by an eye witness to the reign of terror instituted last Spring, under the Nazi regime. The story is set in an original mold — a vessel, having sailed from a German port on December 26th, 1932, returns the end of March, 1933, without any knowledge of what has taken place. A group of men, loyal German citizens, filled only with enthusiasm over their home-coming, plunges into the thick of an atmosphere charged with suspicion, fear, hate. One by one, the men come against authority — in the form of terrorism. Sensational, frightful, bitter, this indictment of mediaeval methods in a modern world rings true, and carries more force than many volumes of unadulterated facts.  (277834)              $36.00

18.          Liepmann Heinz. Nights of an Old Child. Lippincott, 1937. Important exile writer 260 pp. dj worn and torn The story of the growing up of a war orphan and his trials and tribulations, stowaway to America and returns to Germany, and hears of the advent of a new leader who promises to rebuild and deliver Germany,Britsh title was Escape to Life. Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Sternfeld DEL page 201  (277588)              $30.00

19.          Link Franz hrsg. Jewish life and suffering as mirrored in English and American literature. Jüdisches Leben und Leiden im Spiegel der englischen und amerikanischen Literatur. Schoningh, 1987. 188 pp. In German with English summary, excellent study of literature in 20th century including I B Singer and William Styron’s Sophie’s Choice. Very Good. Paperback.
Beitrage zur englischen und amerikanischen Literatur ; Bd. 6.  (277828)    $20.00

20.          Logiudice, Joel (curator). Gyorgy Kadar: Survivor of Death, Witness to Life. Nashville: Vanderbilt Univ.ersity, 1988. 8vo 155 pp. Good. Paperback.
Stark crayon drawings by a survivor of Auschwitz and other camps. Includes essays. Exhibition catalog.  (277457)                $15.00

21.          Lorck Lorenz Bessel. National oder radikal? Der Rechtsradikalismus in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland., Hase, 1966. 2. Auflage. 174 pp. slight library markings. Good. Wrapper.  (277039)           $15.00

22.          Lottmann-Kaeseler, Dorothee editor. Osteuropaishes Judentum in Wiesbaden. Seyfried, 1991. 224 pp. slight library makings Includes material on the Shoah. Very Good. Hardcover .  (259888)              $16.00

23.          (Lowenheim Walter) Miles. Neu beginnen! : Faschismus oder Sozialisten Deutschlands Als Dikussionsgrundlage der Sozialisten Deutschlands. Karlsbad: Graphia, 1933. 62 pp. covers worn and creased had been folded in half Sternfeld DEl s. 231 Good-. Stiff Wrapper.
“…elite German labor group Neu Beginnen, which was formed in 1929 by Walter Löwenheim (a.k.a. Miles). Neu Beginnen, initially called the “Leninist Organization,began its operation in Berlin with the aim of infiltrating and eventually uniting the German labor movement against the rise of national socialism. This close-knit group of socialists and communists rejected both sides of the labor divide—the Sozialdemokratischen Partei Deutschlands (SPD) and the Kommunist Partei Deutschlands (KPD). When Hitler took control in 1933, the organization went underground and commenced covert anti-Nazi operations.” Walter Renaud” The Genesis of the Emergency Rescue Committee,”  (277578)               $48.00

24.          Lucas, Eric. The Sovereigns A Jewish family in the German countryside. NWUP, 2001. 158 pp . Very Good. Paperback.
The Lucas family in rural village of Warden and their fate with the coming of the Nazis.  (277225) $20.00

25.          Malet, Marian. Changing Countries: The Experience and Achievement of German-Speaking Exiles from Hitler in Britain from 1933 to Today. Libris, 2005. 257 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (248715)             $25.00

26.          Malherbe, Henri. La Rocque In Chef Des Actes Des Idees. Plon, 1934. 132 p. slight library markings paper yellowing.
François de La Rocque was leader of the French right-wing league named the Croix de Feu from 1930–1936, before forming the more moderate nationalist Parti Social Francais (1936–1940) (Wikipedia)  (248885)   $10.00

27.          Malik Verlag. George Grosz, John Heartfield and the Malik-Verlag Catalogue 100. Ars Libri, 1994. 127 pp. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Important catalog of anti Nazi press  (276963)     $18.00

28.          Mannheimer Max. Yoman meʼuhar : Ṭerezinshṭadṭ, Oshvits, Varshah, Dakhaʼu יומן מאוחר : טרזינשטדט, אושוויץ, וארשה, דאכאו /; Late Diary. Moreshet, Bet ʻedut ʻal-shem Mordekhai Anilevits’ ṿe-Sifriyat poʻalim, 1987. 74 pp.In Hebrew cover creased. Good. Paperback.  (277065)          $27.00

29.          Marcus Hanna Perlstein. Sidonia’s Thread the secrets of a mother and daughter sewing a new life in America. Creatspace, 2012. 277 p. Holocaust survivor and her coming from DP Camp to Springfield Mass and the life she built. Very Good. Paperback.  (277208)               $22.00

30.          Marcus, Paul, editor. Healing Their Wounds: Psychotherapy with Holocaust Survivors and Their Families. NY: Praeger, 1989. 8vo 304 pp.slight library mark. Good +. Hardcover .  (276937)         $30.00

31.          Marley, Lord (introduction). Braunbuch uber Reichstagsbrand und Hitler Terror. Basel: Universum, 1933. 2. Auflage. 8vo 382 pp. covers worn and stains, slight library mark title page, first few pages wrinkled. Good. Boards.
Suppression of the Workers Organizations .,the conditions in the concentration camps,Jewish persecutions. Extremely important work  suppressed in Germany, possession of this book would lead to arrest.  (277067) $36.00

32.          Marx, Karl. A World Without Jews. New York: Philosophical Library, 1959. 51 pp. Includes Marx’s response to Anti-Semitic tract by Bruno Bauer. Anti-communist propaganda. Very Good. Hardcover .  (224812)              $10.00

33.          Maslow, Will. An Analysis of the Racist Origins of the National Origins Quota System of the Immigration Act of 1924 submitted to the President’s Commission on Naturalization and Immigration. Washington: American Jewish Congress, October 1952. 28 pp. number on folder cover, mimeograph. Good. Wrapper.
The AJC’s confrontational tactics, so different from the more ecumenical approach of the Jewish community in earlier years, ruffled feathers at the Anti-Defamation League and at the American Jewish Committee. Maslow’s approach was vindicated by victories that helped lay the groundwork for civil rights for decades.  (277506)          $30.00

34.          Maslow, Will. Statement of Will Maslow before the Subcommittee to Investigate Immigration and Naturalization of the Senate Committee of the Judiciary. American Jewish Congress, August 1948. 37 pp. number on folder cover. Good. Wrapper.
The AJC’s confrontational tactics, so different from the more ecumenical approach of the Jewish community in earlier years, ruffled feathers at the Anti-Defamation League and at the American Jewish Committee. Maslow’s approach was vindicated by victories that helped lay the groundwork for civil rights for decades.  (277505)                $30.00

35.          Maslow, Will General Counsel. Statement of the American Jewish Congress on the McCarran Walter Omnibus Immigration Bills Submitted to the Joint Senate House Committee. Washington: AJC, March 1951. 33 pp. slight library mark on title page, mimeograph. Good. Wrapper.
The AJC’s confrontational tactics, so different from the more ecumenical approach of the Jewish community in earlier years, ruffled feathers at the Anti-Defamation League and at the American Jewish Committee. Maslow’s approach was vindicated by victories that helped lay the groundwork for civil rights for decades.  (277504)          $36.00

36.          McFarland-Icke Bronwyn Rebekah. Nurses in Nazi Germany: Moral Choices in History. Princeton University Press, 1999. 343 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277464)          $25.00

37.          Mendelsohn Ezra. Zionism in the Jewish Community of Poland During the Twenties. Tel Aviv University, 1982. 23 pp. Spiegel Lectures. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (270172)         $15.00

38.          Menkhoff Reelf . Chronik von Osterholz-Scharmbeck Band 1 Von den Anfangen bis 1929. Germany: Stadt Osterholz Scharmbeck, 2004. 422 pp. large 8vo, with information about the many Jewish families that lived in the town and how they blended with the townsfolk. Very Good. Hardcover .  (268663)             $65.00

39.          Merkel, Dr. Der Reichsnahrstand und die Marktordnung. Berlin: Deutschen Arbeitsfront, 1936?. 12mo 66 pp. Nazi publication. good. wrapper.  (245083)            $25.00

40.          Morhange-Begue, Claude. Chamberet: Recollections from an Ordinary Childhood. Marlboro: Marlboro, 1987. 115 pp. Dj slightly torn. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Survivor’s narration of her experiences at Auschwitz and the daughter’s perceptions Mother was a Jewish woman Doctor, a member of the Resistance betrayed by the Vichyite mayor and the daughter remained hidden.  (277333)                $15.00

41.          Morris, Katherine (Editor). Odyssey of Exile: Jewish Women Flee the Nazis for Brazil. Detroit: Wayne State, 1996. 8vo 262 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (277134)         $16.00

42.          Morrow, Elizaberh (foreword by). “All Gaul is Divided…” Letters from Occupied France. Greystone, 1941. 94 pp. dj torn sfep. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277163)    $16.00

43.          Murphy David. The Heroic Earth: Geopolitical Thought in Weimar Germany, 1918-33. Kent State, 1997. 338 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
David T. Murphy argues that geopolitical ideas were most dynamic and significant in Germany not during the Nazi era (1933-45) but in the democratic culture of the Weimar Republic (1919-33). By helping to condition the German population to geopolitical ideas, which emphasized revision of the Versailles settlement and enlarging Germany’s living space, geopolitics helped contribute to Nazi imperialism. From the defeat of Germany in 1918 until the rise of National Socialism in 1933, theories of geopolitical determinism enjoyed a broad currency in many fields of German public life. The ancient notion that environmental factors – climate, topography, resource distribution – shape society in significant ways was now applied in a radically determinist fashion to help Germans understand why they had lost the war and what they had to do to regain their place among the Great Powers. (from the blurb)  (277690)                $23.00

44.          Neubauer, Hendrik (editor) Palmer, Torsten (idea and concept). The Weimar Republic through the lens of the press. Cologne: Konemann, 2000. Filled with wonderful photographs and text. 8vo 415 pp. very good. Hardback & DJ.  (276995)               $20.00

45.          Nicholas, Lynn. Cruel World: The Children of Europe in the Nazi Web. NY: Knopf, 2005. 8vo 495 pp. slight creases to dj. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
by author of Rape of Europa  (277077)    $15.00

46.          Norman, Dorothy (editor). Twice a Year A Book of Literature, The Arts, and Civil Liberties Double Number Five-Six; Fall-Winter 1940 Spring-Summer 1941. NY: Twice a Year Press, 1939 / 1940. 566 pp. Extraordinary collection of articles, poems, and photographs, many written by exile writers. dj very worn and torn and taped to boards. Good +. Wrapper.
Essays by Mann, Toller, Kahler, Borgese, Uhse, etc. Section on Exiles from Germany, Italy. Special Double Issue. Filled with articles by and about refugees. Five pages of Refugee Facts from the AFSC. Important presenting the conditions in Europe to America and the plight of refugees. Also: Margaret Sanger on brith control, Kafka, Rilke, Einstein, Williams, Stieglitz (Ten Stories), Saroyan, Lorca, Rukeyser.  (277280)          $20.00

47.          Notowitz David. Voices of the Shoah: Remembrances of the Holocaust. Rhino, 2000. audio documentary drawn from more than 180 interviews of surivors four cds and 100 pages book wuth complete transcripts of the audios. Very Good. Hardcover .  (277319)               $40.00

48.          Nurenberger, M.J. The Scared and the Doomed: The Jewish Establishment vs. the Six Million. Oakville: Mosaic Press, 1985.  8vo 261 pp. new. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Conflicts between the Zionists in USA and the Irgun delegation in the USA re rescuing Jews during the Holocaust.  (277762)               $60.00

49.          Organization of Jewish Refugees. We Jewish Refugees in Italy…. The results of an inquiry February 1946. Organization of Jewish Refugees in Italy, 1946. 103 pp paper fragile, tear on title page. Includes questionnaire in English and interviews with survivors and their past and plans, with three tables, the Yiddish pull out questionnaire is torn and placed in back pocket , new covers with original cover placed on new cover. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (277824)               $130.00

50.          Organization of Jewish Refugees. We Jewish Refugees in Italy…. The results of an inquiry February 1946. Organization of Jewish Refugees in Italy, 1946’2015. Reprint. 103 pp. Includes questionnaire in English and interviews with survivors and their past and plans, with three tables, the Yiddish pull out questionnaire was not able to be copied. Very Good. Perfect-bound.  (277724)       $20.00

51.          Orringer Julie. The Invisible Bridge. Knopf, 2010. 603 pp.sfep Paris, 1937. Andras Lévi, a Hungarian-Jewish architecture student, arrives from Budapest with a scholarship, a single suitcase, and a mysterious letter he promised to deliver. But when he falls into a complicated relationship with the letter’s recipient, he becomes privy to a secret that will alter the course of his—and his family’s—history. From the small Hungarian town of Konyár to the grand opera houses of Budapest and Paris, from the despair of Carpathian winter to an unimaginable life in labor camps, The Invisible Bridge tells the story of a family shattered and remade in history’s darkest hour.(from the blurb)
Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277221)  $16.00

52.          Pap, Karoly. Batseba Dramai jatek. Pap Karoly Muveinek Kiadobizottsaga, nd 1940s?. 48 pp covers stained and worn, foxed throughout, slight water staining,embossed stamp tp . Good-. Hardcover .
PAP, KÁROLY (1897–1945), Hungarian author. Born in Sopron, where his father Miksa *Pollák was the rabbi of the Neolog community, Pap was an officer in the Austro-Hungarian army during World War I and was decorated for bravery. After demobilization, he joined Béla *Kun’s October Revolution and became a Hungarian Red Army commander. On the collapse of the revolution he was arrested, reduced to the ranks, and condemned to 18 months’ imprisonment. After his release he left the country until 1925. Then, settling in Budapest, he began writing poetry and stories. He soon became known as a short story writer, but wishing to remain independent, he refused to take any employment. During World War II the Budapest Jewish Theater performed two biblical plays by Pap: Bathsheba (1940) and Moses (1944). In May 1944 he was sent to a labor camp. From there he refused to escape and was deported to Buchenwald, and is presumed to have died in Bergen-Belsen.  (257267)  $55.00

53.          Passelecq, Georges / Bernhard Suchecky. Die unterschlagene Enzyklika. Der Vatikan und die Judenverfolgung. Hanser, 1997. 322 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277116)      $10.00

54.          Pawel, Ernst. The Island In Time; A Novel of Survival. New York: Doubleday, 1951. 253 pp. Small red library number stamp on title page. Ex library. Novel about Displaced Persons after the War and getting to Plestine. Good. Hardcover .  (277243)     $20.00

55.          Pazi, Margarita gesammelt von. Lola Landau Leben in Israel. Inter Nationes, 1987. 78 pp In German . German Jewish poet who fled to Palestine in 1936, active in Zionist movement, includes many of her poems and life story. Very Good. Paperback.  (276942)         $36.00

56.          Pfeffer, Leo. Analysis of Major Proposals for Revision of the McCarran-Walter Act. American Jewish Congress, 1957. 32 pp. Mimeograph. Slight library mark. “The Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, also known as the McCarran–Walter Act, codified under Title 8 of the United States Code, governs immigration to and citizenship in the United States. It has been in effect since June 27, 1952.” Good. Stiff Wrapper.
CLSA Report – Commission on Law and Social Action  (277502)      $25.00

57.          Pitot, Genevieve. The Mauritian Shekel: The Story of Jewish Detainees in Mauritius: 1940-1945. Vizavi, 1998. 258 pp. new. Paperback.
Story of 1600 Jewish refugees refused entry to Palestine in 1940 and deported to Mauritius.  (277364)      $18.00

58.          Poliakov, Leon (introduction). Le Proces de Jerusalem; jugement, documents. Calmann-Levy, 1963. 405 pp. number taped to spine and slight libarary mark. Good +. Paperback.  (277018)      $5.00

59.          Polish Documentary and Educational Films. Film Polski, 1980. 203 pp. In English, French, and German. Many of the films deal with the Holocaust. Good +. Paperback.  (277102)  $30.00

60.          Polish Documentary and Educational Films. Film Polski, 1981. 224. pp. In English, French, and German. Many of the films deal with the Holocaust. Good +. Paperback.  (277104)            $30.00

61.          Polish Feature Films Catalogue ’80. Warsaw: Film Polski, 241 pp. Collection of films produced in Poland, mayn dealing with the war. In French, German and English. Good. Paperback.  (277103)               $30.00

62.          Polonsky, Antony (editor). Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, Volume 11: Aspects and Experiences of Religion. Littman, 1998. 443 pp. Collection of essays. Very Good. Paperback.  (277455)       $15.00

63.          Pomerzna-Carmely Klara. Das Identitätsproblem jüdischer Autoren im deutschen Sprachraum. Von der Jahrhundertwende bis zu Hitler. Scriptor, 1981. 186 pp. pencil annotation and marginalia, brown stains to front free endpapers. Good-. Paperback.  (277882)                $5.00

64.          Porter Ruth editor. Journey to Poland In search of a Vanished Jewish World. The Center for the Study of Jewish Heroism March of the Living , 1980s?. about 36 pages, filled with extraordinary photos of pre War Poland and the Shoah, essays. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (268199)   $24.00

65.          Posner Marcia. Zachor: Not Only to Remember: The Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County. Its First Twenty Years. Xlibris, 2014. 370 pp. Filled with memoirs of the Shoah from survivors, refugees and American liberators Inspired. Very Good. Paperback.  (277069)    $12.00

66.          Prinzhorn Hans. Bildnerei der Geisteskranken :Ein Beitrag zur Psychologie und Psychopathologie der Gestaltung. Heidelberg: Springer, 1968. zweite. First published in 1922. Profoundly influenced the Surrealists. 8vo 361 pp. dj torn . good. Hardback & DJ.
Shortly after his death in 1933 the Prinzhorn Collection was stowed away in the attics of the university. In 1938 a few items were displayed in the Nazi propaganda exhibition Entartete Kunst (“Degenerate Art”).  (254337)     $125.00

67.          Protokoll der Sitzungen der Judischen Welt Konferenz Genf 14-17 August 1932. Berlin: Judischen Welt Kongresses, 1932. 175 pp. slight library mark on fep, number on spine. Good. Hardcover .
Jewish World Congress Delegates from all over the world discussing the situation of European Jewry  (270436)                $65.00

68.          Rakovsky Puah. My Life as a Radical Jewish Woman: Memoirs of a Zionist Feminist in Poland. Indiana University Press, 2002. 205 pp.Discusses Jewish life in Poland until 1935 when she made aliyah. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (268333)     $25.00

69.          Ranki Vera. The Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion; Jews and nationalism in Hungary. NY: Holmes and Meier, 1999. 269 pages. Very good. Paperback.  (277004)             $10.00

70.          Rechnic Rose. “Try to Survive .and Tell the World” Fulfillment of a Promise: Personal Recollections of a Holocaust Survivor Who Escaped from Auschwitz. Real Press, 2002. 159 pp. back cover creased. Very Good. Paperback.  (277580)      $20.00

71.          Rendell Kenneth. The Power of Anti-Semitism; The March to the Holocaust 1919-1939; An exhibitin by the Museum of World War II. Rendell, 2016. 80 pp. slight library marks filled with text and many signifigant images. Good +. Stiff Wrapper.  (276854)            $16.00

72.          Rhodes Anthony. Propaganda: The Art of Persuasion World War II An Allied and Axis Visual Record 1933-1945. Wellfleet, 1987. 318 pp. filled with color images . Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277046)                $20.00

73.          Riegner Gerhart. A Warning to the World; The Efforts of the World Jewish Congresss to Mobilize the Christian Churches against the Final Solution (The Inaugural Stephen S. Wise Lecture). Ohio: Hebrew Union College, 1983. 20 pages with comments about Rabbi Wise. Very good. Wrapper.
Gerhart Moritz Riegner on August 8, 1942, he sent the famous Riegner Telegram through diplomatic channels to Stephen Samuel Wise, president of the World Jewish Congress.His telegram was the first official communication about the planned Holocaust..  (277902)             $18.00

74.          Rieth, Adolf. Monuments To the Victims of Tyranny. Praeger, 1969. 30 pp. 104 pp.of illustrations, number taped to spine and slight library stamp to fep. good. Hardback & DJ.
Text and photos. Important documentation.: Monuments to Concentration Camp Victims Conceived by the Peoples of Europe  (248917)              $30.00

75.          Rose, Leesha. The Tulips are Red. New Jersey: Barnes, 1978. 275 pp. dj worn fore edge foxed. Good. Hardback & DJ.
Memoirs of a Jewish woman in the Dutch underground.  (268344)             $10.00

76.          Rosen Robert. Saving the Jews Franklin Rooselvelt and the Holocaust. Thunder Mouth, 2006. 653 pp. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274193)            $12.00

77.          Rosenfeld Gavriel. Building After Auschwitz Jewish Architecture and the Memory of the Holocaust. Yale, 2011. 437 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277772)   $20.00

78.          Roth Cecil editor. The Ritual Murder Libel and the Jew: The Report by Cardinal Lorenzo Ganganelli (Pope Clement XIV). Woburn Press, 1934. 109 pp. covers and spine bit worn. Good. Hardcover .  (277469)            $65.00

79.          Rothschild-Boros Monica C. In the Shadow of the Tower: The Works of Josef Nassy 1942-1945. Severin Wunderman,, 1989. 36 pp. stains to cover. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Josef Nassy (1904–1976) was a black expatriate artist of Jewish descent. Nassy was living in Belgium when World War II began, and was one of about 2,000 civilians holding American passports who were confined in German internment camps during the war.(Holocaust encyclopedia)  (277462)              $40.00

80.          Royal Institute of Int Affairs. South-Eastern Europe: A Political and Economic Survey. London: Royal Inst, 1939. 2nd. 202 pp. good. Cloth.
Important reference work re Romania, Yugoslavia, Albania, Bulgaria, et al with the advent of the War.  (277016)                $15.00

81.          Ruckerl, Adalbert. NS Prozesse: Nach 25 jahren Strafverfolgung Moglichkeiten-Grenzen-Ergebnisse. Karlsruhe: 1971. 12mo 215 pp. number taped to spine and slight library stamp on fep. good. wrapper.  (248582)       $15.00

82.          Rylski Heinrich (editor). Liberate Sylva Zalmanson -The study group on the Holocaust and Soviet Jewry. Ashdod: Ashdod Comprehesive High School, June 1972. 354 pp. torn spine In Hebrew Russian and English . Good. Paperback.
Concerns efforts to free Russian Jewry, focuses on Leningrad trial and their work and letters to free her and others.. Filled with documents. Sylva was born in Riga in 1944 into a traditional Jewish family. In 1970, she and two of her brothers were among 16 valiant souls, from different parts of the Soviet Union, who planned to take an empty plane from an airfield (they had their own pilot) and fly it to Sweden, in order for the world to hear that Jews were suffering in the Soviet Union and wanted to imigrate to Israel. If the plan had gone according to schedule, the plane would have been abandoned at its destination, and returned to the Soviet Union by the Swedes.However, the plane never took off. The group learned that the KGB knew of their plan, but although the penalty could mean labour camp or even death, they sacrificed themselves and went ahead anyway, in order to get their day in court, where they knew their words would reach out from behind the “Iron curtain” to the free world. She and her colleagues each gave an impassioned plea at the trial and Sylva ended hers by proudly proclaiming “If I forget thee oh Jerusalem, let my right hand forget its cunning”. She received a ten year sentence. However, because of their bravery Soviet Jews did indeed start to receive exit visas.Sylva spent four years in a labour camp in indescribable conditions. She was released in 1974 in an exchange of’spies’ and came straight to Israel. She works as a mechanical engineer.Having always had a natural artistic talent, she became seriously interested in painting through the encouragement of knowledgeable friends. Her art has been honed by great teachers. Portraits are her genre, whether from real life, imagination, or photographs. She is a member of the “Painters and Sculptors Association of Israel”. (from the internet)  (267622)       $35.00

83.          Salsitz, Norman inscribed by. A Jewish Boyhood in Poland: Remembering Kolbuszowa. Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 1992. 296 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.  (277832)          $10.00

84.          Samid, Ya’acov. Ha- Gimnasyah ha-ʻIvrit bi-Byalisṭoḳ (Polin), 1919-1939 ( Bialystok Hebrew gymnasium (Poland) 1919-1939). : Eltan Tikshoret, , 1991. 217 pp. In Hebrew with many illustrations. Very Good. Hardcover .  (277787)                $30.00

85.          Sarkowicz, Hans Hrsg. Hitlers Kunstler: Die Kultur Im Dienst Des Nationalsozialismus. Insel Verlag, 2004. 453 pp.,contains 11 essays by various contributors on particular branches of the arts during the ThirdRreich – painting, design, theater, architecture, music, among others. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277585)            $36.00

86.          Sauer Paul und Archivdirektion Stuttgart. Dokumente uber die Verfolgung der judischen Burger in Baden Wurttemberg durch das NS Regime 1933-1945 Zwei Bande. Kohlhammer, 1966. 346 + 414 pages, dj torn. Very good. Hardback & DJ.  (277080)              $58.00

87.          Schaber, Will. Aufbau 50 Years: Ausstellung des Aufbau unter Mitwirkung des Inst fur Zeitungforschung der Stadt Dortmund. NY: Aufbau, 1984. 63 pp. Very Good. wrapper.  (277035)              $15.00

88.          (Schleswig Holstein) Paul, Gerhard; Goldberg, Bettina. Matrosenanzug-Davidstern; Bilder judischen Lebens aus der Provinz. Neumunster: Wachholz, 2002. 373 pp large book. Very good. Cloth.
Documentation of Jewish life from 1871 to the present. Filled with photos and text. Part of the series on the Jewish people in Schleswig-Holstein .  (277659) $40.00

89.          (Schmallenberg) Frankenthal Hans. The Unwelcome One Returning Home from Auschwitz. NWUP, 2002. 170 pp. Very Good. Paperback.
Grew up in small town in rural Germany as livestock dealers, eleven Jewish families lived in the Village. All disappered and he tells his story of survival and postwar experiences in the town where he remained.  (277224)          $15.00

90.          Schwabb Hermann. Chachme Ashkenaz: A concise record of the life and work of Orthodox Jewish scholars of Germany from the 18th to the 20th century. mitre press, 1964. 132 pp, includes scholars who fled Nazi Germany and also perished during the Shoah. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (272299)          $20.00

91.          Seghers Anna. Transit. Aufbau , 1952. 262 pages In German, Exile writer writes of Marseille in 1940 and a fugitive from the Nazis assuming a new identity. Good +. Hardcover .  (277307)    $15.00

92.          Seghers, Anna. The Seventh Cross: A Novel. Boston: Little Brown, 1942. reprint. 338 pp. 12mo. dj torn. The story of Georg Heisler an escaped prisoner from Westhofen concentration camp and fight agqinst fascism. Classic work by exile writer. Good. Hardback & DJ.  (277108)       $20.00

93.          Sekules Edith. Surviving the Nazis Exile and Siberia. Vallentine, 2000. 164 pages . Very good. Paperback.
Escaping from Vienna to Estonia and then imprisoned in three labor camps in Siberia  (277228)    $15.00

94.          Sieburg, Friedrich. Es Werde Deutschland. Frankfurt: Societats Verlag, 1933. 327 pp. dj torn. good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Nationalist and progressive alliances, rejects anti-Semtism and book was banned by the Nazis in 1936.  (254098)                $30.00

95.          Signer Michael (editor). Humanity at the Limit: The Impact of the Holocaust Experience on Jews and Christians. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2000. 544 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
An interfaith international and interdisciplinary debate on the impact of the Holocaust. Conference proceedings.  (277040)               $14.00

96.          Silber, David (curator). Memories of Jewish Poland: 1932: Photographs: Nachum Tim Gidal. Tel Aviv: Beth Hatefutsoth, 1984. 30pp.  some creased pages. new. Wrapper.
Similar to Vishniac’s work. Exhibition catalog.  (261997)   $16.00

97.          Silver Jacqueline . …and yet they learned  Education of Jewish children in Nazi Occupied Areas Between 1933 -1945. CreateSpace, 2015. 178 pp. seriously researched work. Very Good. Paperback.  (277566)    $14.00

98.          Simmel, Ernst ( editor). Anti-Semitism: A Social Disease. New York: IUP, 1946. includes Adorno Otto Fenichel Else Frenkel Brunswick Horkheimer 139 pages crown frayed a bit, covers worn with white stains across bottom, reading copy, Important work. good. Hardcover .  (277489)           $12.00

99.          Slawomir, Kapralski. The Jews in Poland, Volume II. Judaica Foundation Center for Jewish Culture., 1999. 414 pp. library mark tp and library name on fore edge. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (271887)     $30.00

100.       Sobotko, H., edited by. Lomzshe: ir oyfkum un untergang/ Lomza: In Memory of the Jewish Community. Sefer zikaron li-kehilat Lomzah. American Committee for Lomzer Pinkos, , 1957. 371 pp. In Yiddish maps on endpapers, Good. Boards.
Memorial Book:  (277699)             $65.00

101.       Spann Othmar (inscribed). Kategorienlehre. Fischer, 1924. Inscribed by author in pen on free end paper 372 pages tears to crown of spine and side of backstrip. Good. Boards.
Nationalist whose writing influenced Nazi thinking. Taught at the Univ of Vienna students included Friedrich Hayek, Oskar Morgenstern and Eric Vogelin, Removed from his post by the Nazis in 1938. (277279)            $36.00

102.       Sperber Manes. ...than a tear in the sea. Bergen-Belsen Association New York , 1967. 89 pp. begins with his essay Hurban or the Inconceivable Certainty xxi pp. then andre Malraux introduction then the novel about the Shoah. Very Good. Hardcover .  (268241)              $30.00

103.       Sperber, Manes. The Achilles Heel. NY: Doubleday, 1959. 224 pp. Good. Cloth. Collection of essays including: The Police Conception of History, On Hatred (anti-Semitism) and The Miseries of Psychology.  (277614)     $25.00

104.       Stankiewicz Edward. My War; Memoir of a Young Jewish Poet. Syracuse, 2002. 160 pp. dj creased . Very Good in VG DJ. Hardback & DJ.
A unique personal account of Jewish life in Eastern Europe during the Holocaust and of a young man’s determination to prevail in the face of utter catastrophe. In this unusual memoir, Edward Stankiewicz stirringly recalls his youth as a Polish Jew beginning with prewar Warsaw through to the Nazi invasion. Life on the run lands Stankiewicz in Soviet-occupied. Lwow where in time he joins the Lwow Literary Club. A friend of Jewish, Yiddish, Polish, and Soviet poets and writers, he offers rare insights into wartime Eastern European intellectual life. After the German occupation of Lwow, in the newly built Jewish ghetto, he works in German military outfits and learns to forge Aryan and German documents to help people escape. In a German uniform he escapes to the Eastern Ukraine where he wanders for several months from town to town. Captured by the Gestapo, he is shipped to Buchenwald where he survives as a Pole. In the camp he manages to produce Polish and German poetry and a play. Some of these poems are reproduced in the book.  (270395)     $20.00

105.       Stark Tamas. Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust and After the Second World War 1939-1949: A Statistical Review. Boulder: East European Monographs, 2000. 174 pages. Very good. Cloth.  (277576) $22.00

106.       Stavans, Ilan (signed by). The Disappearance; A Novella and Stories. NWUP, 2006. 130 pp. “The title story, “The Disappearance,” is a resonant tale of a Belgian actor who kidnaps himself in an attempt to respond to Neo-Nazi groups.” Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277276) $20.00

107.       Steinecke Hartmut (hrsg). “Warum immer Vergangenheit? ” : Leben und Werk Jenny Alonis 1917-1993. Ardrey, 1999. 99 pp. Important German Israeli writer whose work often concerned the Shoah. Came to Palestine in 1939 and her whole family was murdered by the Nazis. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (276943)          $23.00

108.       Steiner, George. Language and Silence Essays on Language Literature and the Inhuman. NY: Atheneum, 1967. 426 pp. dj very torn Includes the haunting essay A Kind of Survivor being Jewish in the twentieth century and the Shoah. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277186)               $23.00

109.       Suzman, Arthur. Six Million Did Die: The Truth Shall Prevail. South African Jewish Board of Deputies, 1977. 137 pp. wear to cover. Good. Wrapper.
with testimony and graphic images  (277606)       $15.00

110.       Szyk, Arthur. The New Order. NY: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1941. About 40 pages, 39 drawings, some in full color., new title on spine, covers worn, endpapers darkened,many pages have slight stains or foxing reading copy. Good-. Hardcover .
Powerful caricatures of Third Reich leaders and their destruction and oppression,  (277778)           $45.00

111.       Tamir Arnon. A Journey Back: Injustice and Restitution. Evanston: NWUP, 1997. 123 pp. new. Paperback.
Deportation to Poland from Germany, aliyah to Palestine and return to Germany twice after the War  (277226)                $15.00

112.       Taube, Herman and Susanne. Remember. Gossman, 1951. 182 pp. dj very torn and stained , foxing to fore edge Stories from experiences in the Shoah. Good. Hardcover .
Translated . from the Yiddish. Collection of stories of survivor who became known as a poet of the Shoah/  (277437)                $18.00

113.       Tenenbaum, Samuel. Why Men Hate. NY: Beechhurst, 1947. 8vo 366 pp. slight library marks. good. Hardcover .  (277199)           $15.00

114.       Tilton Timothy. Nazism Neo Nazism and the Peasantry. Indiana UP , 1975. 186 pages. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277020)     $6.00

115.       Troen S editor. Organizing Rescue: National Jewish Solidarity in the Modern Period. Cass, 1992. 424 pp.Includes six important essays on the Holocaust includes Penkower, Feingold, Reinharz and Friling. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277486)          $38.00

116.       Turner Des. Station 12: SOE’s Secret Weapons Centre. Sutton, 2006. 240 pp.Station 12 designed and made up special explosive charges tailored for specific tasks or operations, including Bruneval and St Nazaire raids, assassination o Heydrich and attack on Telemark. Discusses the explosives in detail and some of the success/failures of the raids. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277763)               $16.00

117.       Tuwim Julian  Chone Shmeruk;. אנו, יהודי פולין־־ = מיר, פוילישע יידן־־ / Anu, Yehude Polin– = Mir, Poylishe Yidn– Jerusalem: The Magnes Press, The Hebrew University, 1984. English, Polish, Hebrew and Yiddish,. 59+29 pp. + fascimiles, .large 8vo. new black covers with original titles, some slight wear to top and bottom of title page , limited to 500 copies. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Contains in Polish and English his 1928 poem Jewboy which describes his inner pain and suffering as a Jew, and the Anu Yehudi Polin a lament writte in 1944 is a polemic tht graphcially describes the destruction of Polish Jewry and his identity first as a Pole and then realizing his own Jewishness which he has hidden. The poem emotionally stirred Jews around the world at the time. He clearly presents back in 1944 the dual idenity dilemma in Poland the plight of Poland today where the governmenwnt wants to deny the past history and nationailsm again reigns.  (276559)   $275.00

118.       U.S. Library of Congress, Legislative Reference Service (Griffith E S). Fascism In Action –A Documented Study and Analysis Of Fascism in Europe. Washington, D.C.: Gov. Printing Office, 1947. 206 pp. taped number on spine, slight library mark on fep. Good. Hardcover .
Prepared under direction of Wright Patman; by E.S. Griffith. House Doument 401  (277651)            $15.00

119.       Uhlman Fred. Reunion Pegishah shniiyah. Jerusalem: Adam, 1982. 78pp In Hebrew. Very Good. Hardcover .
Superb novel by exiled anti Nazi lawyer of a friendship in Nazi Germany of a Jewish boy and a young Count and the aftermath.  (277419)       $18.00

120.       Ungerer, Tomi. Otto The Autobiography of a Teddy Bear. Phaidon, 1999/2010 reprint. 20 pp. Story of a Jewish child during the Shoah and his good friend a non Jew and how they are reunited through a shared teddy bear after the War very touching story. new. Hardback & DJ.
Ungerer spent his own childhood under the Nazis in Strasbourg.  (277784)             $30.00

121.       Verband Deutscher Studentenschaften (VDS) Krippendorff E. Erziehungswesen und Judentum. Die Darstellung d. Judentums in d. Lehrerbildung u. im Schulunterricht. Ner Tamid, 1960. 154 pp.In German slight library marks. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
How the Jewish people are portrayed in German school books and instruction.  (267998)                 $23.00

122.       Villard, Oswald. Shall We Rule Germany? Post War World Council, 1943. 22 pp. What to do with Germany after we defeated them. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (276835) $20.00

123.       Volkskommissariat für Justizwesen der UdSSR. Prozessbericht über die Strafsache des antisowjetischen “Blocks der Rechten und Trotzkisten” verhandelt vor dem Militärkollegium des obersten Gerichtshofes der UdSSR vom 2.-13. März 1938. Moskau: Volkskommissariat Fur Justizwesen Der Udssr, 1936. 871 pp. covers scuffed and worn, slight library marks . Good. Boards.
Destruction of the intelligensia,many of whom are Jewish as the fascist threats increase,  (259808)             $45.00

124.       Wachtel, Shirley Russak (inscribed by). My Mother’s Shoes. self, 2011. 266 pp. In the form of a novel, memoir of the daughter of a Holocaust survivor from Poland, and the new life in Brooklyn and the impact of the Holocaust on the family. Very Good. Paperback.  (277830)                $15.00

125.       Wander, David (illustrator). The Wolloch Haggadah in Memory of the Holocaust. Goldman’s Art Gallery, 1988. in attempting to link the memory of the destruction of European Jewry during World War Two with that of the ancient redemption from Egypt. They achieved this goal by juxtaposing images from the European Holocaust with the traditional text of the Haggadah. The text thus resonates not only with Israel’s ancient enslavement but with the catastrophe of the recent past as well. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Calligraphy and Micrography: Yonah Weinrib  (277648)   $50.00

126.       Weil, Grete. Aftershocks. Boston: Godine, 2008. 113 pp. Very Good-. Paperback.
Collection of stories by survivor of the Shoah.  (277620)  $10.00

127.       Welch, Robert. The Politician. Belmont: Belmont Publishing, 1963. original. 300+196 pp.creased cover. Good +. spiral bound.
Eisenhower as interpreted by the founder of the John Birch Society. Essential text of this right wing society. Dupe of the Communists and discusses his activities in WW2  (277418)    $10.00

128.       Williamson, John. Karl Helfferich 1872-1924 Economist Financier Politician. Princeton University Press, 1971. 436 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277615)   $20.00

129.       Wise, Jacob (foreword). The Rescue of Stricken Jews in a World at War; a report on the work and plans of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, as contained in addresses delivered at its twenty-ninth annual meeting, December 4th and 5th, 1943. American Jewish Joint, 1944. 34 pp. filled with reports,new covers, hinges repaired, some slight tearing to pages. Good +. Wrapper.
Today’s tasks and tomorrow’s plans / Paul Baerwald — Summary of 1943 / James H. Becker — J. D. C. Aid in the Soviet Union / Joseph C. Hyman — Report from the battlefront / Joseph J. Schwartz — Refugees in the Far East / Laura L. Margolis — The J. D. C. And the UNRRA / Harry Greenstein — J. D. C. Represents all Jewish groups / Alexander Kahn — J. D. C. : at home, too, a solace / Herman Hoffman, Max Ogust, Herbert B. Sussman, Samuel Wohl — Appendix A : treasurer’s report / I. Edwin Goldwasser, Alexander A. Landesco — Appendix B : the need in 1944 : 17 millions / Irving H. Sherman  (273355)     $87.00

130.       Wittman Robert. The Devil’s Diary: Alfred Rosenberg and the Stolen Secrets of the Third Reich. Harper & Row, 2016. 512 pp. Anti Semitic Nazi theorist whose diary disappeared and the search to find it..Contents of the diary that are signigicant in understanding Nazi philosophy. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277078)               $15.00

131.       Wodzinski, Marcin. Jews in Silesia. Krakow: Ksiegarnia Akademicka,, 2001. 468 pp.illustrated boards., little fore-edge corner bumps to boards. Good +. Hardcover .
Contains 33 papers, all in English, from a conference held in May 2000 at the University of Wroclaw. Includes: M. Golinski “Jews in Medieval Legnica:Their Location in the Municipal Arena”; J. Spyra “Conversion of Jews in Cieszyn Silesia in the 17th & 18th Centuries”; M. SLiz “The Number & Distribution of the Jewish Population in the Area of Austrian Silesia According to the Census of December 31 1900”; J. Proszyk “A History of Jewish Social Welfare in Bielsko 1860 – 1939”; H. Dudala “Jews in Upper- Silesian Grammar Schools in the Second Half of the 19th & Early 20th Century”: M. Wodzinski “‘Walking in the Steel Boots of Faith’: Anti- Semitic Journalism in the Voivodship of Silesia 1922 – 1939″; A. Namyslo ” The Religious Life of Katowice Jews in the Inter-War Period”; M. Maciejewski “Silesian Nazi Nationalism & Anti-Semitism 1921 – 1933”; K. Jonca “The Final Solution to the ‘Jewish Problem’ in the Silesian Province 1940 – 1945”; A. Konieczny “The ‘Schmelt Organisation’ in Silesia”; M. Borak “The Situation of the Jewish Population in the Territory of Czech Silesia during the Ocucpation 1938 – 1945”; B. Szaynok “Jews in Lower SIlesia 1945 – 1950”; A. Nowak “The Jewish Settlement in Chojnów 1945 – 1950”;E. Waszkiewicz “The Relgious Life of Lower Silesian Jews in 1945 – 1968 ” ; W. Jaworski “Jewish Religious Communities in Upper Silesia 1945 – 1970 ” ; K. Müller “Jewish Seals in Austrial Silesia in the 18th Century”; J. Woronczak “The Jewish Cemetary in Biala (Zülz)”  (277440)               $50.00

132.       Wolf, Friedrich. Zwei an Der Grenze. Zurich NY: Oprech, 1938. 386 pp. Good. Hardcover .
Exile writer, interned at Le Vernet, went to Moscow returned to GDR, Sternfeld s.551  (251437)   $30.00

133.       Wolff Marion Freyer. The Expanding Circle: An Adoption Odyssey. CA: Fithian Press, 2000. 157 pages. Very good. Paperback.
By author of The Shrinking Circle Memories of Nazi Germany, her going to Germany in 1958 to adopt a German child.  (277074)               $15.00

134.       Woodruff, Paul, Editor. Facing Evil: Light at the Core of Darkness. LaSalle: Open Court, 1988. Based on a Symposium that included Rollo May, Maya Angelou, Raul Hilberg and Philip Hallie. 12mo 297 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (277138)      $12.00

135.       Yekutieli Adi. Demons Too, Have Parachutes: A Traveling Exhibition of Collaborative Works By Adi Yekutieli and Esther Zahn. Wignall Museum, 1993. 39 pp Using images from the Tanach and the Holocaust, and multicultural experience, some haunting works. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (276822)   $15.00

136.       Zeitschrift des Vereins fur Hamburgische Geschichte. Hamburg Verein, 1999. covers creased Collection of essays includes chapters on Jewish life Judische Schuler und “volkische” Lehrer ub Hamburg nach 1918 von A Buttner pp. 101-127 Landesgesjugendpastor Johannes Vorrath und sein Kampf um “rassische Sauberkeit” in der “deutschen Volksschule” 1935 von R Hering, pp. 143-165, “Ein deutscher Jude denkt uber Frutschland nach” Der Schriftsteller Heinz Liepmann von W Weinke pp. 183-207 Band 85 total of 330 pp. Good. Paperback.  (270433)                $25.00

137.       Zimmermann,  Moshe editor. On Germans and Jews Under the Nazi Regime: Essays By Three Generations of Historians. A Festschrift in Honor of Otto Dov Kulka. Hebrew University, 2006. 435pp., 23 Essays by various scholars. Very Good. Hardcover .
Includes:”Two Jewish Historians in Extremis: Ernst Kantoriowicz and Marc Bloch in the Face of Nazism and Collaboration,” Saul Friedländer, “Locating Nazi Evil: The Contrasting Visions of Gerschom Scholem, Hannah Arendt and Victor Klemperer,” Steven E. Aschheim, “‘Rupture in Civilization.’ On the Genesis and Meaning of a Concept in Understanding,” Dan Diner, “Hitler’s Prophecy and the ‘Final Solution,'” Ian Kershaw, “The Holocaust in German Historiography: Some Introductory Remarks,” Ulrich Herbert, “The Holocaust and West German Historians: Historical Research and Memory,” Nicolas Berg, “German Jews in the History of the Shaoh,” Zimmermann, “Pius XII and the Shaoh,” Robert S. Wistrich, “The Politcal Order of the Volksgemeinschaft: Ernst Fraenkel’s Dual State Revisited,” Michael Wildt, “Jean Amery Reads Frantz Fanon: The Postcolonial Jew,” Yfaat Weiss, “Social Antisemitism in Comparative Perspective: Antisemitism in Summer and Seaside Resorts in Germany and the United States, 1870s to 1950s,” Frank Bajohr, “The ‘Writings on the Wall’: The Changing Public Sphere and the Jews in Germany in the Third Reich,”  (276938)              $68.00

138.       Zydowski Instytut Historyczny. Kwartalnik historii Zydow. Warsaw: CEEOL, , 2004. 161-320 pp. In Polish filled with scholarly articles  library mark on tp, water stains to cover and page bottoms furled. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (272128)               $18.00