A Vanished World – Books on the Shoah – February 2021

1.            Abramovitch, Raphael (editor). Di Farshvundene Velt — Di Vorshvandende Velt – The Vanished World. New York: The Forward, 1947. First edition. Oblong 8vo; 582 pages, , Red cloth Covers worn/fade. with faded gold embossed lettering, woodcut on front cover. ,lacks page 417 and 418 (back to back) and page 415/416 has been inserted and has been shortened a bit and edges are torn,the page is worn… One of the defining works concerning the Jews in Europe between the War  Good. Hardcover .
Photo album illustrating Jewish life in Eastern Europe in the 1920’s and 30’s. One of the most significant works on Jewish life in Europe before the War. 530 b/w photos by Roman Vishniac, Alter Kacyzna, M. Kipnis. Text in English and Yiddish.  (281343)             $450.00

2.            Aigner, D. Die Indizierung « schadlichen und unerwunschten Schrifttums» im Dritten Reich. Buchhandler Vereinigung, 1971. 100 pp. number taped to cover and slight library mark on pastedown; The indexing of harmful and undesirable literature in the Third Reich. Good +. Wrapper.
OCLC Number: 164899489  (281225)      $18.00

3.            Aizenbud, Moshe (Ajzenbud). Gelebt hinter kratn. Vida entre rejas. Life behind bars. Buenos AIres: IDBUH, 1956. 218 pp. in Yiddish After the Soviets took over the town in September 1939, he continued his education, despite the difficulties. He began to write in a displaced persons’ camp in Germany where he spent four years following the end of World War II. For a time, he worked as a correspondent for a Paris Yiddish daily newspaper. He migrated to Australia in 1950, where he worked in the metal trades and as a storeperson, while following his interests as a novelist, short story writer, critic and editor. Naturally he gravitated to “Kadimah”, a centre with a strong Yiddish culture with which he could identify and eventually took over editing its newspaper. The National Library “Kadimah” was founded in 1911 and has served the cultural and intellectual needs of the vibrant, Jewish migrant community of Melbourne. Good. Hardcover .
In three parts, the novel deals with how Michael, a nineteen year old and some other Nesvizhers survived World War II by escaping to the Urals. It describes hard manual labour, being inducted into the army, getting ill and hospital experience, and finally release(from Univ of Sydney Archives) OCLC Number:          319738957  (281675)                $78.00

4.            Ajzenszstadt Amnon. Un di erd hot nisht tsugedekt dos blut/ And the Earth Did Not Cover the Blood. Toronto: Tsentrale fun di Tsoyzmerer organizatsyes,, 1962. 309 pp. In Yiddish , includes music and photos, On the Shoah . Good +. Hardcover .
OCLC Number: 23560125  (281645)          $42.00

5.            Alliance Israelite Universelle (Paix et Droit). Les Cahiers. Paris: Alliance Israelite, Jan 1950 -April 1952. slight library markings, paper that is yellowing but not brittle, concerns Jewish life in Paris and then throughout the French Jewish diaspora especially North Africa, includes pictures. Good. library binding.
Nr 39, 40-41, 42-43,44-45. 46-47. 48-49,50-51,52-53, 54-55,56,57-58. . 59-60,61-62 each issue about twenty pages  (271179)               $45.00

6.            Alliance Israelite Universelle (Paix et Droit). Les Cahiers. Paris: Alliance Israelite, Jan 1957 – nov Dec 1958. slight library markings, paper yellowing but not brittle,  concerns Jewish life in Paris and then throughout the French Jewish diaspora especially North Africa, includes pictures. Good. library binding.
Issues 105- 121, each issue about twenty pages  (271181)              $75.00

7.            Alliance Israelite Universelle (Paix et Droit). Les Cahiers. Paris: Alliance Israelite, Sept 1952- Nov Dec 1954. slight library markings, paper yellowing but not brittle,  concerns Jewish life in Paris and then throughout the French Jewish diaspora especially North Africa, includes picture The rebuilding of Jewish life after the Shoah. Good. library binding.
Issues 65-87, each issue about twenty pages, some double issues  (271180)          $45.00

8.            Allweil Arie. HaYehudi Ha Almone The Nameless or Anonymous Jew; 32 Tziurim. Dvir, 1939. Powerful graphic drawings.about 20, dj slight tears and stains, slight stains to back endpaper . Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Introduction by Max Brod. Images include the pioneers reclaiming the Land, Jewish aspirations. ancient images, Nazi terrors, a Jewish Army marching with a BILU flag and peace in the Land.  (279134)              $385.00

9.            Amir-Pinkerfeld Anda. כזה היה : עשר אפיזודות דרמטיות מחיי אנצו סרני /Ka-zeh hayah : ʻeser epizodot dramaṭiyot mi-ḥaye Entso Sereni. WZO, 1963. 81 pp. In Hebrew book pocket at back. Good. Paperback.

OCLC Number: 18470622  (281327)         $18.00

10.          Amitay, Mordekai/Mordechai (written by). Props, Moshe (drawings by). Hagadah shel Pesah. Sifriyat poʻalim, hotsaʼat Hamaḥlaka Letarbut Vehasbara Shel Haḳibbuts Haʼartsi Hashomer Hatsaʻi, 1958. 38 pp. wine stains to cover, tears to spine, slight library marks to tp and last page , last few pages creased, two pages are text relating to the Shoah and with images see Yerushalmi image, creative and inventive spiritied color drawings . Good-. Stiff Wrapper.
Yerushalmi Haggadah and History Plate 190. Text includes the following declaration: “Let us remember the myriad souls of our brothers and sisters who were cut down before their time, who fell in the lines of battle and perished under ruins and heaps of debris, who raised the banner of revolt and sanctified the name of Israel while fighting and dying amid the walls of the burning ghetto.”  OCLC Number:          19202670 (280589)               $85.00

11.          Ancel, Jean (editor) Wilhelm, Filderman. Memiors and Diaries Volume 1 1900-1940. Yad Vashem, 2004. 599 pp. Filderman was Romanian Jewry’s most important leader. Material includes Jewish struggle for civil rights amid anit-Semitism, the emergance of the fascist Iron Guard, the anti-Semitic of pro-Western government (1919-1940), the Romanian estblishment’s betrayal of the Jews, the first Pogroms in 1940. Very Good +. Paperback.  (279782)                $40.00

12.          Ansell, Joseph. Arthur Szyk: Artist, Jew, Pole. Littman Library, 2004. 332 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Szyk left Europe in 1940 and arrived in the United States via Canada later the same year. Determined as ever to use his art for political purposes, he crusaded against the Nazis through newspaper and magazine cartoons, posters and public exhibitions. Convinced that Hitler would not stop with the Jews but would suppress all freedom-loving people, he supported the war effort through his striking propaganda images of the German and Japanese armies, to great effect. (from the blurb)  (281513)              $23.00

13.          Attie, Shimon. Sites Unseen: European Projects. Burlington: Verve Editions, 1999. oblong 8vo 120 pp. dj torn. new. Hardback & DJ.
Photographs of his installation art concerning the Shoah. Juxtapositions of former residents with current.  (268875)                $40.00

14.          Barfod, Jurgen. Escape from Nazi Terror: A short history of the persecution of the Jews in Denmark and Norway and the Danish underground refugee service. Forlaget for Faglitteratur,, 1968. 46 pp. covers foxed, sfep. Good. Wrapper.
OCLC Number: 245823216  (280584)      $17.00

15.          Belchetz-Swenson, Sarah (Piechotka M). Revisions Fourteen Drawings in a Portfolio. Johnson Vermont: French Hill Press, 1977. Edition of 500 Printed on 11″ by 14″ Mohawk superfine heavy weight stock suitable for individual framing. Very good. stiff wrapper.These fourteen drawings were inspired by Wooden Synagogues by M+K Piechotka. These pencil and ink drawings combine architectural elements of the destroyed wooden synagogues of prewar Poland with images of the artist’s children, simple household objects and the landscape of northern Vermont.  (281062)                $150.00

16.          Bergmann, Birgit (editor). Transcending Tradition: Jewish Mathematicians in German Speaking Academic Culture. Springer, 2011. 289 pp. 8vo. Very Good. Hardcover .Comprehensive account of the life and work of German-Jewish mathematicians prior to and after 1933 OCLC Number:     929425921  (281652)      $36.00

17.          Biernacki, Jerzy (editor). Jews in Poland: A Common Cause Martyrology; Struggle, Solidarity, Culture, Memory. Warsaw: Interpress, 1983. 63 pp, filled with articles and pictures. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.Selections of materials published by “Poland’s Illustrated Magazine” 1967-1981 at the 40th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising OCLC Number:              249348538  (280535)      $26.00

18.          Bikont, Anna. And I Still See Their Faces: Images of Polish Jews. Shalom Foundation, 1996. 230 pp dj tears folio In English and Polish filled with photographs and memories, from an exhibition Extraordinary images, Reminds me of work of Vishniac. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.Photographs were donated by non-Jews in Poland, and former Polish Jews from all over the world. Jewish life in Poland from the end of the last century to the Holocaust, and the destruction of Polish Jewish life.250550  (281709)              $75.00

19.          Brudinger, Regina. Yoman ishi Yomanah shel ahot ba-milhamah neged ha-Natsim, 1941-1945. Afkirim, 1986. 85 pp. ex library with markings. Good +. Stiff Wrapper.OCLC Number:      48097112  (280539)         $40.00

20.          Bulawko, Henry, (editor). Exposition: Les Juifs dans la Lutte Contre L’Hitlerisme. Paris: CDJC: Musee du Memorial, nd. Important exhibition catalog.In French  oblong 8vo 135 pp. slight library mark on pastedown and book plate covers worn and stained. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (271808)     $25.00

21.          Les Cahiers des Droits de l’Homme. 33e année -10 -29 Aout 1933- 10 Decembre 1935. Ligue des Droits de l’Homme , 1933-1935. about 20 issues not sequential paper yellowing but not brittle, filled with articles concerning the abridgment of the rights of individuals and peoples and fighting for justice. Good. Hardcover .
Articles about countries of concern re War. How to deal with foreigners in France. ( The League was founded on 4 June 1898 by the republican Ludovic Trarieux to defend captain Alfred Dreyfus, Dissolved by the Vichy regime during World War II, it was clandestinely reconstituted in 1943 by a central committee including Pierre Cot, René Cassin and Félix Gouin. The LDH was refounded after the Liberation. Another group was reconstituted in New York City in 1942 by European refugees and Roger Nash Baldwin, founder of the American Civil Liberties Union, and was known until 1976 as the International League for the Rights of Man)  (271176)         $45.00

22.          Les Cahiers des Droits de l’Homme. 36e année -10 janvier 1936 au n°34 du 25 décembre 1936. Ligue des Droits de l’Homme , 1936. 34 issues each about 25 pages, 815 pages paper yellowing but not brittle, filled with articles concerning the abridgment of the rights of individuals and peoples and fighting for justice. Good. Hardcover .
Articles about countries of concern re War. (The League was founded on 4 June 1898 by the republican Ludovic Trarieux to defend captain Alfred Dreyfus, Dissolved by the Vichy regime during World War II, it was clandestinely reconstituted in 1943 by a central committee including Pierre Cot, René Cassin and Félix Gouin. The group was refounded after the LiberationAnother group was reconstituted in New York City in 1942 by European refugees and Roger Nash Baldwin, founder of the American Civil Liberties Union, and was known until 1976 as the International League for the Rights of Man)  (271175) $45.00

23.          Les Cahiers des Droits de l’Homme. 37e année -1 janvier 1937 au n 24 du 15 décembre 1937. Ligue des Droits de l’Homme , 1937. 24ssues each about 25 pages, 806 pages paper yellowing but not brittle, filled with articles concerning the abridgment of the rights of individuals and peoples and fighting for justice. Good. Hardcover .
Articles about countries of concern re War, on Spain and Germany and Europe and the plight of political refugees. The congress of Tours in 1937 saw the confrontation between supporters of firmness against Nazism and a pacifist minority led by Félicien Challaye, Gaston Bergery and Léon Émery, many of whom resigned from the LDH.(Wikipedia) The League was founded on 4 June 1898 by the republican Ludovic Trarieux to defend captain Alfred Dreyfus, Dissolved by the Vichy regime during World War II, it was clandestinely reconstituted in 1943 by a central committee including Pierre Cot, René Cassin and Félix Gouin. The LDH was refounded after the Liberation.  (271177)                $45.00

24.          Calvo, Edmond Francois. The Beast is Dead II World Among the animals. Abi Melzer, 1984. 92 pp. first published in 1944 extraordinary graphic novel may have inspired the work of Spiegelman. Very Good. Hardcover .
Calvo’s best known work is La bête est morte (started clandestinely in 1942, published as a book after the liberation in two parts in 1944-1945), a satire on the second World War with the different countries depicted as different animals, a system that would later be used by Art Spiegelman in his graphic novel Maus. The story was written by Victor Dancette and Jacques Zimmermann, and the comic was translated in English and Dutch” Wikipedia OCLC Number: 1066168863  (280516)    $45.00

25.          Cohn, Emil. Judischer Jugendkalender vierter Jahrgang. Judischer Verlag, 1934. 108 pp. lacks parts of the backstrip. Stories poems and plays with illustrations, with material on Palestine. Giving youth a sense of pride in identity/ David and Goliath Samson bringing down the Philistine temple Note date of publication. Good. Boards.  (268871)               $40.00

26.          Colby, Bainbridge (introduction). The Case of Civilization Against Hitlerism –Madison Sq. Garden. NY: Ballou, 1934. 145 pp. number on spine and slight library stamp on fep. Good. Hardcover .Includes addresses by Roger Baldwin, Abraham Cahan, Miriam Beard, Stephen Wise, Fiorello Laguardia .22 addresses.  (276765)           $25.00

27.          Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees, and International Law. GAO report on Nazi war criminals in the United States : oversight hearing before the Subcommittee on Immigration, Refugees, and International Law of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, first session on GAO report on Nazi war criminals in the United States, October 17, 1985. GPO, 1996. 114 pp. attached to library folder slight library mark . Good +. Wrapper.  (281157) $30.00

28.          Connecticut Jewish History Stave Bruce preface. Witness to War 1941-45 The Soviet Jewish Experience. Jewish Historical Society, Summer 2001. Volume three 89 pp. interviews with Jewish soldiers. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.OCLC Number:              701608102  (280586)      $25.00

29.          Dadrian, V. The History of the Armenian Genocide – Ethnic Conflict from the Balkans to Anatolia to the Caucasus. Berghahn, 1995. 446 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (268829)       $26.00

30.          Di Yidishe Tragedye in Eyrope. Farlag Medem Klub, 1943. 80 pp.In Yiddish stapled covers ex library with markings. Good. Stiff Wrapper. Bibiyotek Unzer Tsayt, Numer 2  (272678)               $20.00

31.          Donner, Horst. Der Prozess. München: self, 1975. 201 pp. slight library marks tape on spine Oriignial transcript of script for play based on trials of Nazis; number 5 of original exemplar. Good +. Paperback.not in worldcat  (281336)                $86.00

32.          Duker, Abraham (Managing Editor) Waldman, Morris . Contemporary Jewish Record. NY: American Jewish Committee, Sept 1938-August 1943. Volume 1-Volume 6, six bound volumes , Contains important articles concerning the conditions of the Jews in Europe. Important work. good. wrapper.
Germany’s Campaign to Place “War Guilt” on Jews by Clyde Miller, Anti Semitic Propaganda: The New Line by Nathaniel Goodrich, On the European Relief Front by Morris Troper, The Psychology of the Refugee by Gerhart Saenger, Documents on New Nazi Measures  (281692)    $325.00

33.          Dworzecki, M. Mahanot ha-yehudim be-Estonya: 1942-1944/ Jewish camps in Estonia: 1942-1944. Yad Vashem , 1970. 402 pp. xxii pp.,hinge starting b/w illustrations, index, English language introduction at the rear Text is in Hebrew.ex library with pocket and stamps on fore edge. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (272669)        $25.00

34.          Ehrt, Adolf. Communism in Germany: The Communist Conspiracy on the Eve of the 1933 National Revolution. Berlin: General League of German Anti Communist Associations, 1933. 180 pp. cover creased in half, back hinge started, filled with photos . good. wrapper.Nazi Publication detailing the Red peril and the need for Nazi crack down on the Communists who are subverting the state.  (281711)          $45.00

35.          (Eichmann, Adolf). Ha-Yoets ha mishpati La-Memshalah Neged Adolf Eichmann היועץ המשפטי לממשלה נגד אדולף אייכמן.; Naom Hapetehah  Naom HaSechut. Jerusalem: Neged, 1962. 197 pp. + 135 pp. Ex-library with pocket and bookplate. Good. Hardcover .OCLC Number:              18514539  (281222)         $40.00

36.          Eisenbach, Artur. Hitlerowska Polityka Eksterminacji Zydow W Latach 1939-1945 in Yiddish. Warsaw: Idisz Bukh, 1955. 223 pp. + 275 pp. In Yiddish paper yellowing age toned but not brittle, top of spine lacking. good. Stiff WrapperOCLC Number:                 462114526  (281673)      $68.00

37.          Eliav, M. Studies on the Holocaust Period in Memory of Prof M Dvorjetski In Hebrew. Bar Ilan, 1980. 140 pp.In Hebrew ex library with markings and pocket. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (272690)$23.00

38.          Engelshtern, Lazar. In Getos un Velder: Fun Vilne biz di Naliboker Vildenishn.  In Yiddish. Hakibbutz Hameuchad Publishing House,, 1972. 207 pp. ex library with book plate and pocket. Good +. Hardcover .OCLC Number:              936831535  (272704)      $27.00

39.          Feldman, Margit and Weinstein, Bernard. Margit: A Teenager’s Journey through the Holocaust and Beyond. Arizona: Princeton Editorial, 2003. 175 pp. Very good+. Hardback & DJ.
Grew up in Tolcsva in northeastern Hungary in an Orthodox family, in 1944 forced into the ghetto then Auschwitz and Bergen Belsen , after liberation recuperated in Sweden and then came to the USA and new life. Moving descriptions of her life in the village in Hungary and the horrors of the concentration camps and remarkable resilience and perseverance after the War. Active in Holocaust education and lecturing in New Jersey and throughout the country  (281501)               $28.00

40.          Feller, Kerstin. Dorothy Thompson im Spiegel der deutschen Emigration und Exilliteratur nach 1933 Quellenlage und kulturelle Leistung. Munich: Ludwig Maximilians Univ, 2000. 131 pp. xeorox copy of MA theses. Very Good. Paperback.  (281187)         $26.00

41.          Final Act and Convention Relation to the Status of Stateless Persons United Nations Conference on the Status of Stateless Persons Held at New York from 13 – 23 September 1954. United Nations, 1956. About 40 pp. slight library marks In English French and Spanish. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (281213)         $40.00

42.          Five Hollanders. How to End the German Menace: A Political Proposal. NY: Querido, 1944.  92 pp. tears to dj Dutch publisher –company was dissolved in May 1940 after the German invasion of the Netherlands. Fritz H. Landshoff emigrated to the United States in 1941 where he founded a new publishing house with the publisher Gottfried Bermann-Fischer. Had been important publisher of exile writers prior to the War (Art in Exile) Very Good. Hardback & DJ. OCLC Number:   494481967  (281626 $24.00

43.          Freund, Michael. Georges Sorel: Der revolutionare Konservatismus. Klostermann, 1932. 366 pp. tears to crown and base of spine, memorial bookplate to Denkwart Rustow, underlined in pencil and margin marks in pencil. Good. Boards.
Two of its themes have become a part of social science literature: the concept of the social myth and the virtue of violence.  (268878)           $20.00

44.          Goldstein, Bernard. Finf Yor in Varshever Geto/ Five Years in the Warsaw Ghetto. Farlag “Unser Tsait, 1947. 524 pp. In Yiddish, spine worn, Good. Hardcover .with photos of the Jews in the ghetto and the massacres by the Nazis  (281672)               $18.00

45.          Grabe, Wilhelm. Eine dissidenter Nationalsozialist im Exil Otto Strasser und die “Schwarze Front” 1933-1940. Munster: Westfalischen Wilhelms Univ, 1988. 111 pp. MA theses. Very Good. Paperback.  (281185)           $43.00

46.          Grady, Tim. A Deadly Legacy – German Jews and the Great War. Yale University Press, 2017. 291 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (281321)             $13.00

47.          Greenfield, Rabbi Jacob (editor). Jewish People’s Voice; Dedicated to United Action Against Fascism and Anti Semitism. Jewish People’s Committe For United Action, Februart March April June 1939. each issue eght pages in English and eight in Yiddish, articles include Six Years of Hitler Terror An Appeal to Pres. Roosevelt ; Stop Hitler Issue includes articles on Anti Semitism Among Negroes Fascist Activity in the US and third iis an  Anti Couhglin Issue February issue is brittle and acidified and disbound . Good. Stiff Wrapper.Reuben Brainin Honorary Chairman not on worldcat Important journal  (281241)      $175.00

48.          Gross, Nathan (editor). The Holocaust in Hebrew Poetry an Anthology השואה בשירה העברית :‏ ‏מבחר /‏ / ha-Shoʼah ba-shirah ha-ʻIvrit : mivhar. Yad Vashem?, 1974. In Hebrew 248 pp dj torn. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.OCLC Number:     19156570  (278451)$40.00

49.          Grosz, Georg. Hintergrund: 17 Zeichnungen Zur Auffuhrung Des “Shweijk” in Der Piscator Buhne. Berlin: Malik, 1928. lacks number 10 of the drawings, loose drawings without any covers or folder. Good. Stiff Wrapper. Depicts Berlin life and horrors of the War and the military  (281654)          $250.00

50.          Groth, Michael. The Road to New York. The Emigration of Berlin Journalists, 1933-1945. University of Iowa, 1983. 384 pp. PhD theses typed manuscript. Very Good. Paperback.  (281188) $36.00

51.          Grzesinski, Albert. Inside Germany. Dutton, 1939. 374 pp.dj tears Important German Official who also headed Berlin Police, details the Nazi techniques and destruction of democracy and persecution of the Jews Communists and Social Democrats, fled to the USA. scarce title. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. OCLC Number:      744620989  (280676)                $85.00

52.          Gurdus, Luba Krugman (signed by). Rehovot HaMavet The Death Train: A Personal Account of a Holocaust Survivor. Bet Lohmei, 1982. 174 pp. In Hebrew dj torn inscribed by author. Good +. Hardback & DJ.The author, a survivor of the Maydanek Camp, describes her family’s plight, and the Judenzug on its way to Belzec.  (267916)                $25.00

53.          Gurland, A R L. Fight Against Antisemitism within the Framework of Germany’s Education for Democracy Draft of a Program. self with Manhattan return address (as submission to AJC?), 1947?. 62 pp. slight library mark, mimeograph Written by signifigant political scientist pointing out methods for reintegrating democracy, especially of interest is the discussion concerning the plight of the DPS, their perception by the Germans, their condition in Germany and ways to integrate them. Concerns re antisemtism and ways to combat, Coming from Marxist critical theory background. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Involved in formulation of critical theory s Frankfurt School.. Involved in exile anti Nazi activity in Germany and France, refugee in NYC,Was at the Institute for Social Research in New York, Worked for the AJC who sponsored his work in 1946 and 1947. He prepared new studies on anti-Semitism in Germany and the Soviet Union as a freelance researcher for the AJC and composed a few manuscripts amounting to more than 3,000 pages altogether. Wrote with Neumann and Kirchheimer The Fate of Small Business in Nazi Germany,Important figure in reestablishement of political science departments in Germany after the War,not on worldcat (280523)               $165.00

54.          Gutman, Israel. Shoah u-mashma`utah. The Holocaust and its signifigance. Zalman Shazar Cente, 1983. 190 pp.In Hebrew ex library with pocket . Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (272685)         $36.00

55.          Heise, Volker (hrsg). Realisierungswettbewerb Erweiterung Berlin Museum mit Abteilung Judisches Museum; Vorraussetzungen Verfahren Ergebnisse. Berlin: senatsverwaltung fur Bau und Wohnungswesen, 1990. 176 pp .Filled with images of submissions. Very Good. Perfect-bound.OCLC Number: 917353267  (281259)         $36.00

56.          Heyen, William (signed). My Holocaust Songs. William B. Ewert, 1980. First Printing. 20 pp. poetry This is copy #107 woodcut by Michael McCurdy and colophon signed by him also . Very Good +. Hardcover . OCLC Number: 11915078  (281674)$25.00

57.          Hindes, David. מיר װארענען : דאס היטלעריסטישע נישט פארגעסן װערן Mir vorenen : dos farbrekhn tor nishṭ fargesn vern Ostrzegamy. Yidish Bukh, 1965. 90 pp.In Yiddish spine torn bottom corner creased filled with illustrations and documents, focuses on the perpetrators. Good. Stiff Wrapper. OCLC Number: 746577059  (281358)            $75.00

58.          Huppert, Hilde. יד־ביד עם תומי : פרקי עדות 1939־1945 /; (Hand in hand with Tommy : a personal report, 1939-1945). Mordechai Ankeliwitz, 1981. 127 pp. In Hebrew Ex-library with bookplate. 12 mo. personal narrative of the Shoah. Good. Paperback.OCLC Number:                21528294  (281209)         $13.00

59.          Jahrbuch fur den deutschn Soldaten im Norden 1943. 1943. about 60 pp. of text and rest is calendar and room for notes. Articles for soldiers stationed in Finland and Norway, essays by Nazi officials, information, maps, a chronology of the War up to that point with campaigns, calendar partly filled in and notes at end of the yearbook. Good. Paperback.To be carried in a pocket for notes etc.  (266407)            $95.00

60.          Kantorowicz, N. Di Yidishe vidershtand-bavegung in Poyln : betn 2tn velt-krig (1941-1945). Sharon, 1967. 460 pp. book is in Yiddish appears to be inscribed by author. Good +. Hardcover .
Jewish Resistance Movement in Poland  (281681)              $30.00

61.          Kessler, Mario. Arthur Rosenberg Ein Historiker im Zeitalter der Katastrophen (1889-1943). Bohlau, 2003. 329 pp. Important refugee political theorist. Very Good. Hardcover .OCLC Number: 53982093  (249483)           $32.00

62.          Kisliuk, Ingrid. From Trauma to Trepidation: memories transmitted by hidden children to the second generation. Nanomir, 2008. 204 pp. Very Good. Paperback.OCLC Number: 291025549  (280661)  $15.00

63.          Klima, Ivan. My Crazy Century: A Memoir. Grove, 2013. 534 pp Survived Terezin and Communist reign Important Czech writer. Very good. Hardback & DJ OCLC Number: 979859891  (281057)   $13.00

64.          Kosowski, B  (Reprint). Bibliographie der judischen Ausgaben in der Britischen Zone Deutschlands 1945-1950 ביבליאגראפיע פון די יידישע אויסגאבעס אין דער בריטישער זאנע פון דייטשלאנד, 1945־1950 /. Bergen Belsen: : Kulturamt des Zentralkomitee der Befreiten Juden in der Britischen Zone,, 1950/2020. 46 pp facsimile of the publications  evidence of book plate removal, pen scribble to cover This is a reprint . Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Important scarce publication of publications in Yiddish in the Displaced Persons Camps  (281695)                $28.00

65.          Kupferstein L. Gorale Yehude Romania. Min HaMokade/Oved, 1947. 106 pp. In Hebrew tape on spine slight library mark 12mo. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (281504)            $25.00

66.          Lania, Leo. Land of Promise. NY: Macmillan, 1935. 398 pp.dj torn sfep Sternfeld DEL page 192 good. Hardback & DJ.
Exile writer’s novel of Jews struggling in post WW1 Berlin cruelties .Interfaith romance amidst Nazi turmoil  (276811)                $35.00

67.          Lengyel, Emil. Hitler. Where is Germany Going? Dial, 1932. 256 pp.dust jacket worn and torn striking cover of Hitler by Samuel Schaeffer. Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. Prescient study of Hitler and what was to come. do not see in worldcat  (281240)              $185.00

68.          Leonhard, Wolfgang. Die Revolution Entlasst ihre Kinder. Koln: Kiepenheuer und Witsch, 1957. 555 pp. hinges starting Expose of Communism which much material concerning the War. good. cloth. Raised as a fervent Communist, survived the War in Russia, mother had fled Nazi Germany. He ultimately fled East Germany for the West and came to Yale to teach.  (246824) $20.00

69.          Linden, Sonja. The Strange Passenger. London: Sonja Linden, nd. 99 pp. Play about Terezin in 1942, actual acting manuscript. Good. Three-ring binder.l
Playwright wrote I Have Before Me a Remarkable Document Given to Me by a Young Lady From Rwanda.and A Year in Ramallah,Crocodile Seeking Refuge  do not see in world cat  (275148)       $125.00

70.          Lipszyc, Rywka. The Diary of Rywka Lipszyc. Found in Auschwitz By the Red Army in 1945 and First Published in San Francisco in 2014. Jewish Family and Children’s Services Holocaust Center in Partnership with Lehrhaus Judaica,, 2014. 172pp Diary of teenage Jewish girl who was imprisoned in the Lodz ghetto large tome. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Introduction by Alexandra Zapruder. Translated from polish original.  (276438)     $58.00

71.          Man, Yitzhak ; Baruch Sarel;. יד לשואה ולמרד Yad la-sho’ah vela-mered. Ha-Lishkah ha-Ra’shit shel ha-Keren ha-Kayemet le-Yisra’el , 1952. 107 pp. In Hebrew ex library with book plate . Good. Hardcover .  (272688)       $36.00

72.          Marx, Dr. Hugo. Das Judentum der Gegenwart. Zurich: Die Gestaltung, 1937. 71 pp. foxing to endpapers, inscribed to Karl and Edith Jaspers by Marx in 1965 good. wrapper.
Hugo Marx was a German lawyer who fled to Switzerland ,Paris, Brussels.Active in refugee movement in Brussels. sternfeld DEL s.221  (266445)      $45.00

73.          Masechet Gittin Min Talmud Bavli. Shanghai: J Gesang Bookstore, 1942. paper yellowing but not brittle, lacks part of cloth spine which is bound by twine, free endpaper cut in half and bears the stamp twice of  “Otzar Sefarim, Ezrat Torah Mir Yeshivah Shanghai” in Hebrew. Good. Boards. Printed for Mir Yeshiva students and their Rabbis who survived in Shanghai during the War. The refugees included many Yeshiva students who were rescued by Chiune Sugihara in Kovno.(278885)           $225.00

74.          Michman, Dan (collector and editor). Post-Zionism and the Holocaust פוסט־ציונותושואה” : הפולמוס הציבורי הישראלי בנושא הפוסט־ציונותבשנים 1993-1996 ומקומה של סוגיית השואה בו : מקראה /; the role of the Holocaust in the public debate on Post Zionism in Israel (1993-1996) a collection of clippings. Bar Ilan University, 1997. 576 pp. In Hebrew ex library with book plate and pocket, heavy tome. Very Good-. Paperback.”Research Aids” Series No 8 OCLC Number 776945481 and OCLC Number: 646274100  (278946)      $136.00

75.          Mickenberg, David. The Last Expression Art and Auschwitz. NWUP, 2003. 272pp., 201 color plates of works in exhibition and 120 color and b/w figures throughout the text. Very Good. Paperback. contains numerous essays by various contributors. a major work of scholarship focused on the artworks created by the prisoners of the Auschwitz complex of camps during the period of the camp’s existence. many work  (281655)            $36.00

76.          Minc, P (Mintz). Anos de Exterminio Resistencia Judia en Francia אין די יארן פון יידישן אומקום און ווידערשטאנד אין פראנקרייך : פערזענךעכע זכרונות. Buenos AIres: IDBUJ Yidbukh, 1956. 266 pp. In Yiddish crown bruised. Good. Hardcover OCLC Number: 22463736  (281138)         $30.00

77.          Modan, Rutu. The Property. Drawn and Quarterly, 2013. 222 pp. superrb graphic novel by Israeli artist graduate of Bezalel, Set in modern-day Tel Aviv grandmother and grand daughter travel to Poland to claim property lost during the Shoah, and issues re the Shoah and lost relationships surface and reconciliations. Very Good. Hardcover OCLC Number:             1015604812  (279972) $25.00

78.          Mordecai Strigler. Tzu aich swesṭer un brider bafraite : nochmilhome-problemen fun jidisn folk. cyco, 1945. 31 pp. tears to covers slight library markings. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Mordechai Strigler was born to a Hassidic family in Zamosc, Poland on 18 September 1918. At the age of eleven he was a Talmud student at a Yeshiva, and from 1937 a rabbi and teacher in Warsaw.His attempt to escape after the Germans marched into Poland failed. After ghettoization, Strigler was deported to Majdanek Concentration Camp, and later transferred to the work camp Skarżysko-Kamienna (Factory C). At the beginning of August 1944 he arrived at Buchenwald Concentration Camp, where he worked as a teacher for Jewish children. He was liberated on 11 April 1945(from Buchenwald Memorial Foundation) . OCLC Number: 174998252  (272869)      $36.00

79.          Mosenson, Moshe. מכתבים מהדרכים Mikhtavim meha-derakhim. NY: Am Oved, 1984. 175 pp.In Hebrew ex library with plate and pocket Writes of his War experiences . Good. Paperback.
Jewish soldier in British Army and Jewish Brigade. In Letters from the Desert he wrote of Nazi concentration camps being liberated in Jiddo and the people he meets and his pride in his identity.
OCLC Number:         569957056  (272730)                $20.00

80.          NSDAP. Deutschland erwacht: Werden, Kampf und Sieg der NSDAP. Altona: Cigaretten Bilderdienst, 1933. 776-875 tausend. large 8vo 150 pp. Good. cloth.
Nazi propaganda album filled with photo cards and massive photo of Nazi rally. Text glorifying the Nazi movement.  (268823)$75.00

81.          Nshamit, Sarah. Hayeladim merehov Mapuh. WZO, 1973. 73 pp In Hebrew sfep. Good +. Paperback. Gesher Lanoar: Readings in easy Hebrew. Level 2 OCLC Number:                179177411  (281326)      $18.00

82.          Olitzki Leib . Durch toit tzum lebn : dertzeilungen A travers de la Muerte Hacia la Vida Novelas. Buenos Aires: ICUF, 1949. 102 pp tape on spine slight library mark on tp, In Yiddish. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Leib Olitzky (1897–1975) was poet, short-story writer, and translator. He taught in Yiddish schools in his native Trisk and in Warsaw until 1939. Fleeing eastward from the German invaders, he spent the war years in Soviet Russia, but returned to Poland in 1946. In 1959 he settled in Israel. (Encyclopedia.com) OCLC Number:           165430025  (281459)                $48.00

83.          Opatoshu, Joseph. Hurban Polin חורבן פולין. NY: Ogen, 1947. 214 pp. needs tightening hinges started, In Hebrew. good. Hardcover .OCLC Number:   11487135  (252261)$15.00

84.          Plisetskii, M (editor). Naouka O Rassakh I Rassism (Science on Race and Racism); Nauka o rasakh i rasizm (Rassenkunde und Rassismus). Moscow Academy of Science : Izd-vo Akademii nauk SSSR, 1938. 192 pp.In Russian paper yellowing but not brittle slight library mark  A collection of essays by eight Soviet scientists completely rejecting the racial theories as propounded in fascist countries. Racism is condemned as a fraudulent attempt to justify fascist imperialism. and an attempt to confuse the minds of the workers. In the preface the editor attacks the pogroms taking place in Nazi Germany. Good-. Hardcover Scarce title  (268814)$125.00

85.          Pol, Heinz. Suicide of a Democracy. NY: Reynal and Hitchcock, 1940. 296 pp.covers worn number on spine and slight library mark on fep. good. Hardcover .
Concerns the fall of France. Chapters on Anti-Semitism and the concentration camps in France. Exile writer, Ullstein editor  Mr. Pol was born in Berlin, where he became assistant editor of The Vossiche Zeitung. Arrested by the Nazis in 1933 for political opposition, he escaped to Prague, where he worked for Die Weltbuhne and then went to Paris, where he was interned at the outbreak of World War II. He received a visa for America in 1940 and later became a United States citizen.(from NY Times obituary) .Sternfeld DEL p395 OCLC Number:             693114787  (281342)$48.00

86.          Quack, Sybille, (editor). Between Sorrow and Strength: Women Refugees in the Nazi Period. NY: Cambridge UP/ GHI, 1995. 375 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Collection of 27 important essays by historians discussing conditions/reactions and specific countries emigrated to.  (281198)               $35.00

87.          Ramon, Ephraim. Le Zecher Kehilat Tarnov. Tel Aviv: Moriah High School Yad Vashem. 46 pp In Hebrew. on the town, its people, destruction and survivors in Israel, student essay . Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (281220)            $25.00

88.          Raoul, Wallenberg. Report of the Swedish-Russian Working Group. Sweden: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 2000. 361 pp. number attached to spine and slight library mark. Good +. Paperback.
In September 1991 a Swedish Russian working group was appointed in order to establish what actually happened after the disapperence of the Swedish diplomat in January 1945  (276466)$40.00

89.          Rapport du Conseil federal a l’Assemblee federale concernant l’activite antidemocratique exercee par des Suisses et des etrangers en relation avec la periode de guerre de 1939 a 1945 (motion Boerlin). deuxieme partie. Bern: Bericht des Bundesrates , 1946. 37 pp. have only the second part. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
No 4919 OCLC Number:                81131775  (272799)         $30.00

90.          Refugee Relief Act of 1953 Five Semi Annual Reports and the Final Report of the Administrator of the Refugee Relief Act of 1953 as amended. USGPO, 1954-1958. about 225 pages, six reports , enclosed in wrapper which has title and number on the spine. Good. Wrapper.
OCLC Number: 503987290  (281212)             $65.00

91.          Ringelblum, Emanuel. Kapitlen Geshikhte fun Amolikn Yidishn Lebn in Polyn (Capitulos de Historia: De la Antingua Vida Judia en Polonia )קאפיטלען געשיכטע. Buenos Aires: Tsentral-farband fun Polyishe Yidn in Argentine, 1953. 590 pp.In Yiddish. Good. Hardcover .OCLC Number:             1227264593  (281671)    $27.00

92.          Robinson, Nehemiah. Convention relating to the Status of Stateless Persons Its History and Interpretation: A Commentary. Inst of Jewish Affairs, 1955. 161 pp. number and title on spine, lacks small part at base of spine slight library stamp on pastedown, mimeograph of typed manuscript. Good +. Wrapper.
Was Director of the Institute of Jewish Affairs of the World Jewish Congress, OCLC Number:           22557050. there were several different editions  (280531)          $65.00

93.          Robinson, Jacob (Yaʻaḳov). Nituk o retsifut be-Vaade ha-Kehilot ba-teḳufah ha-Natsit / ניתוק או רציפות בוועדי הקהילות בתקופה הנאצית. ha-Makhon le-Yahadut zemanenu, Medor Shprinṭsaḳ, ha-Universiṭah ha-ʻIvrit, 1966. 39 pp. In Hebrew Ex-library with pocket. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
OCLC Number: 19164972  (281210)         $18.00

94.          Rubinstein, Robert. An Italian Renaissance: Choosing Life in Canada. Urim, 2010. 176 pp. Survivors of the Shoah inHungary and their new life in Canada. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (281494)   $10.00

95.          Sarkisian, E. K & R. G.Sahakian. Vital Issues in Modern Armenian History: A Documented Expose of Misrepresentations in Turkish Historiography. Armenian Studies, 1965. 82 pp. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (281430)                $36.00

96.          Schulz, Fritz; Otto Hermann Institut zum Studium der Judenfrage. Jude und Arbeiter Ein Abschnitt aus der Tragodie des deutschen Volkes. Munchen: Nibelungen-Ver, 1942. 2. Auflage. 191 pp. pages yellowing but not brittle. Good. cloth.
Nazi institute trying to put a ‘scholarly’ spin to Nazi doctrines . Claiming Jewish basis to Communism and includes photos of Jewish leaders. Abgabe nur zu Zwecken der wissenschaftlichen und kulturhistorischen Forschung  (255003)                $65.00

97.          Seger, Gerhart. Oranienburg: Erster authentischer Bericht eines aus dem Konzentrationslager Gefluchteten. Karlsbad: Graphia, 1934. 75 pp.new cover and end paper, cover now attached to back inner end paper and lacks small pieces of top corner, title page has new binding atttached. Good-. wrapper.
Mit einem Geleitwort von Heinrich Mann. Eyewitness report of the concentration camp. Seger escaped and found refuge in the USA where he was active in SPD politics.. Published in English under title A Nation Terrorized  (276539)                $40.00

98.          Shadur, Joseph. A Drive to Survival: Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal: 1940. South Deerfield: Schoen Books, 1999. 144 pp. Holocaust memoir by authority on Jewish papercuts. Fine/As new. cloth.Through the eyes of a twelve year old, fleeing the Nazis in the family’s Oldsmobile.
Published by Schoen Books.  (281502)   $18.00

99.          Sherwin, Byron et al. Pillars of Smoke Remember ..Do not forget  in conjunction with an exhibition on the Shoah. Spertus, 1971. 18 pp. images and text. Very Good. Wrapper.
OCLC Number: 54229063  (280579)         $18.00

100.       Sieg, Ulrich. Germany’s prophet : Paul de Lagarde and the origins of modern antisemitism. Brandeis, 2013. 329 pp. very slight stain on fore edge.
OCLC Number: 879241175  (281638)      $30.00

101.       Steiner-Van Rooyen, Deborah (inscribed by). My grandfather’s brother’s son Yonah Al Hut Tyal יונה על חוט תיל : מסע במצוות סבא /. Yad Vashem, 2007. 163 pp. in Hebrew sligh tlibrary mark . New. Paperback.
Memoirs of Yonah Steiner, as told to his cousin Deborah Steiner van Rooyen in 1969 in Kibbutz Ginosar, Israel. Steiner was born in 1926 in Gromnik, Poland. Shortly after the German occupation he was sent to a labor camp; he managed to escape, but was caught. He was then sent to a number of labor and concentration camps, including Flossenbürg and Mauthausen, where he was liberated. All of his family but one brother perished; after the war he settled in Israel. OCLC Number: 181630955  (272796)      $32.00

102.       Streicher, Julius. Reichstagung in Nurnberg 1933. Berlin: Vaterlandischer Verlag, 1933. 263 pp.slight chips to crown of spine. Good +. cloth.Nazi Party Rally filled with text and photos.  (268824)           $75.00

103.       Trepman, Paul (inscribed by). Among Men and Beasts. NY: Yoseloff, 1978. 230 pp., small tears on dj  inscribed to Norbert Wollheim fellow prisoner at Bergen Belsen. Good +. Hardback & DJ. Describes the start of the War, life in Warsaw, the Warsaw Ghetto and survival through internment in six camps.OCLC Number:             16561880  (280620)                $36.00

104.       Turkow, Jonas (inscribed by). Dispues de la Liberacion ך דער באפרייאונג : זכרונות / Nokh der bafrayung : zikhroynes̀. Buenos Aires: Tsentral Farband , 1959. 327 pp. In Yiddish, rebound. Good-. Paperback.During the war, worked in the resistance movement in the Warsaw ghetto . He was an actor, organizing many cultural events in the ghetto.. He worked together with Emanuel Ringelblum chronicles events in the Warsaw ghetto.. After escaping from the ghetto, fought in the underground since 1943 to end the war in the ranks of the Army. (Wikipedia) Poylishe Yidnṭum, bd. 145.  (281678)         $55.00

105.       United Nations. Report of the Special Committee on Refugees and Displaced Persons = Rapport du Comite special des refugiés et personnes deplacees. Special Supplement Number 1 and 2. Lake Success: United Nations. Special Committee on Refugees and Displaced Persons.; United Nations. Economic and Social Council., 1946. 176 pp. + 64 pp.   In English and French in parallel columns. slight library marks, Important discussions by Committe Members of the meaning of refugees, who were the Displaced? what status would the Jewish survivors receive as compared to non Jews, special attention to the Jewish surviviors? et. al. Good +. Stiff Wrapper.OCLC Number:                228969513  (281211)               $136.00

106.       Widmann, Katja. Arthur Szyk: Bilder Gegen Nationalsozialismus Und Terror/Drawing Against National Socialism and Terror. Deutscher Kunstverlag, 2008. 341pp., illustrated throughout in color, many full-page, In German And Egnlish. Very Good. Paperback.Comprehensive retrospective of Szyk’s anti-fascist illustration Magnificent homage to committed to justice and fighting persecution.  (280735)                $35.00

107.       Wieder, Ludvik. I Promised My Mother. Shengold, 1984. 206 pp. dj tears Memoir of the Shoah, Budapest young Jewish man and his saving his family,through cunning and skill, surviving labor camp and almost execution by the Soviets. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.OCLC Number:       38249847  (280436)         $35.00

108.       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  OCLC Number:         610222022  (278770)      $75.00

109.       Zerubavel, Fryda. Na venad — fartzeykhnungen fun a plite. Buenos Aries: Tsentr. farlag poylishe yidn, 1947. 175 pp.In Yiddish slight staining along edges of cover, slight tape number on spine, number on tp ,tears along spine,Ph. Friedman’s small library stamp on title page. Good. stiff wrapper.OCLC Number: 225219268 Survivor memoir in Yiddish  (280572)         $36.00

110.       ל משואות פוליןʻAl mashuʼot Polin. : ha-Ḳibuts ha-artsi ha-Shomer ha-tsaʻir,, 1940. 181 pp. ex library with marking and book plate tape on spine. Good. Boards.Sifriyat poʻalim, kerekh 8;OCLC Number:      32308531  (280540)                $40.00

Sharit Ha-Platah Survivor Book Reprint – February 2021

Published by the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in Bavaria. (edited by Abraham Klausner), Munich, June-August 1945.

This book presents lists of Jewish survivors of concentration camps in the American and English zones of Germany and Austria, as a necessary and valued resource.

Click here to view a PDF of the book, made possible by the Special Collections department of the University of Massachusetts’ W.E.B. Du Bois Library.
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In his book “Rekindling the Flame: American Jewish Chaplains and the Survivors of European Jewry 1944-1948” Alex Grobman writes the following:

Klausner realized how urgently survivors needed to be reunited with relatives and he conceived a plan to help facilitate such reunions. His idea was to compile and publish volumes containing systematic exhaustive lists of survivors  and distribute these volumes throughout the world.

CONTENTS

The book contains five volumes with different forwards, bound as one.

Names of survivors are listed under the camp (with varying spellings) where they are housed; next by country or town, year of birth or age, as the information is available. Very approximately, there are 65-85 names per page. Each volume is paginated separately and all introductory pages use roman numerals.

Please note that the camp list on each ‘contents’ page is not all-inclusive, whereas our listing below is meticulously detailed. This makes cross-referencing with oral histories and other documentation possible.

Contents per volume follows.

Bavaria, Volume I. 1945:
  • Dedicated to Chaplain Michael Braude, Lt.Irving Smith, Miss Edel Otto “They toiled in the hope that the liberated will soon be free”
  • Forward by Chaplain Abraham Klausner, Dachau, June 26, 1945 and “Regarding Your Status” info page in English and German
  • Camps listed: Dachau, Munchen-Freiman (Flakkaserne), Landsberg, Shleisheim, Penzing, St.Ottilien (Lazareff), Neustift, Feldafing, Munchen-Pasing, Buchberg, Mittenwald, Garmish. 71 pp. Slight indentation and puncture to last 14 pages at top, but not affecting text.
Bavaria, Buchenwald and Others, Volume II. 1945:
  • Dedicated to Lieutenants Arthur Friedland and Grant Stuart. “They forge opportunities for life for those who only yesterday walked with death.”
  • Forward by A. Klausner, Dachau, July 1945 and “Regarding Your Status” information page in English and German
  • Camps: Turkheim, Muhldorf, Allendorf, Dilich, Harle, Sondheim, Mardoff, Frieiendorf, Verna, Homberg, Kamer, Hasag-Altenborg, Ecksberg, Feldafing, Ampfing,   Buchenwald, Weilheim, Lebenau, Hillersleben, Altotting, Benzheim, Garetsreide, Eggenfelden, Nordhausen; 53 pp. Unpaginated.
Volume III. 1945: 
  • Dedicated to the Palestinian Brigade “They sought their brethren and found them. They brought with them a promise for a new day. They set for themselves the task of bringing to pass the promise they had made.”
  • Forward by A. Klausner, Dachau, Aug.1, 1945 and a letter from Dr. SU.Nahon of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, dated June 28, 1945 in English and German
  • Camps: Bergen Belsen, Salzwedel, Lebenau bei Laufen (Oberbayern), Ebensee, Gardelegen, Rentzmuller, Oberfohring, Volary, Theresienstadt;  95 pp.
Volume IV. 1945: 
  • Dedicated to Dr. Zalman Grinberg “And the Lord chose him from among his sorrowing children and said unto him,’Forget thy sorrow and burden thyself with the afflictions of my children.  Wipe the tears from off their cheeks, heal their wounds and kindle their hearts with hope.’ And it was so.”
  • Note by A. Klausner and a 5-page “Address by Dr. Zalman Grinberg on the Occasion of a Liberation Celebration” only in English; no dates 
  • Camps: Linz, Buchenwald (kinder), Von verschiedenen Lagern auf dem Weg nach Italien uber Salzburg, Lager umbekennt, Braunschweig, Mannheim, Tschechoslowakische Juden die im Lager von Oswiecim gefunden wurden, Mauthausen, Innsbruck, Celle, Fohrenwald, Neunburg, Frauen aus Litauen welche sich in Stockholm befinden. Litauische Juden die sich auf dem Wege nach Palstina befinden, Fruaen aus Polen welche sich in Stockholm befinden, Zentrale fur Europaische Juden nunmehr in England, Inquirers in Australia, Regensburg;  57 pp. 
Camp Feldafing and Others, Volume V. 1945:
  • Dedicated to Col. Paul A.Roy “To the oppressed he personified a great American tradition.”
  • A report by A. Klausner, St.Ottilien, Aug. 4, 1945 “Bavaria—Three Months After the Liberation,”  in English and German
  • Camps: Feldafing, Neustadt, Kinder welche sich in Paris befinden, Allach, Dachau, Frankfurt a.Main., Frauen aus Stutthof, Friedrichsort bei Kiel, Auschwitz-Neustadt, Schwandorf,  Liste der Frauen die Anfang Juni nach der Befreiung in Lauenberg gewesen sind, Liste der Frauen welche auf dem Wege vom Arbeitslager Hecht nach dem Arbeitslager Pronst weggelaufen sind,  Liste der Frauen die auf dem Marschzwischen Hecht und Pronst in Stargard verblieben sind. Gesamtzahl c. 20 Frauen, Homberg, Kempfen, Bad Aibling und Umgebung, Munchen, Oberfohring, Landsberg, Garmisch-Partenkirchen; 68 pp. 

Prof. Avinoam Patt discusses the work of Rabbi Klausner in an interview with the Museum of Jewish Heritage

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“Vichy” – Books on the Shoah – October 2020

I hope and trust you are taking good care during this turbulent time and safely negotiating your paths in the midst of this pandemic, and that being surrounded by your library offers some solace and comfort that stretches through the centuries of challenging times.
I am very inspired by the introductory words of Carlos Ruiz Zafon in his work The Shadow of the Wind.


“This place is a mystery, a sanctuary. Every book, every volume you see here ,has a soul. The soul of the person who wrote it and those who read and lived and dreamed with it. Every time a book changes hands ,every time someone runs his eyes down its pages, its spirit grows and strengthens… In this place, books no longer remembered by anyone, books that are lost in time, live forever, waiting for the day when they will reach a new reader’s hands.”

I would like to imagine that this “genizah” is also a book sanctuary, awaiting the journeyer on their book pilgrimage.


1.            Fire Ant, 2007. Memoir of growing up in Lodz beautifully written by survivor of Auschwitz, 220 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (278840)      $4.00

2.            Allport, Prof Gordon. ABC’s of Scapegoating. Chicago, Illinois: Central YMCA, 1940?. 12mo 72 pp. Good. pamphlet.  (278126)        $8.00

3.            Amalgamated Relief Committee. Poland Fights On: The Polish and Jewish Underground Movement in Nazi Occupied Poland. NYC: Relief Comm for Labor/Schoen Books, 1942/2013. Reprint (Schoen Books). 12mo 58 pp.9 essaysThe People Resist Nazi Program of Oppression, The Underground Anti Nazi Movement in Poland, Unity of Struggle and Aim of Jews and Poles in Underground Movementa by Samuel Zygielbojm , Henry Ehrlich and Victor Alter Their Freedom Wanted! (from Soviet Imprisonment) Perfect-bound.  (279633)     $15.00

4.            American Jewish Committee. The Jews in Nazi Germany: A Handbook of Facts Regarding Their Present Situation. NY: American Jewish Committee, 1935. 177 pp. covers stained crown frayed hinges repaired. Good. Cloth.
Important early documentation  (279238)             $43.00

5.            American Jewish Committee. The Jews in Nazi Germany: A Handbook of Facts Regarding Their Present Situation. NY: American Jewish Committee, 1935. 177 pp. library number on spine library marks on free end paper. Good. Cloth.
Important early documentation  (279239)             $47.00

6.            Anonymous. Persecution of the Catholic Church in the Third Reich: Facts and Documents Translated From the German. Originally Published in 1941. McCaffrey, 2007?. reprint. 564 pp. filled with documents, reprint of original , first tow pages creased,crown bumped. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278764)              $15.00

7.            Baeck, Leo et al. Zur Eroffnung der Ludwig Tietz Lehrwerkstatte in Jagur. [Mit Beitrn von L. Beack, O. Hirsch, M. Kreutzberger u.a.]. Reichsvertretung der Juden in Deutschland, 1937. Tietz who died in November 1933 was active in training German Jewish youth in skills for aliyah to Palestine.(Youth Aliyah ) He was the leader of the Jewish Youth Association and noted physician. Articles include Berufausbilding in Palestine by Kreutzberger, Chanoch Reinhold on Drei Jahre Jugend Alija, Poldi Kuh, Frenzen und Moglichkeiten in Lehrwerkstatten, Evas Stern Geginnn der Jugend Alija, Rudi Baer Ludwig Tietz und die Werkleute, Georg Lubinski Ein Leben mit der Jugend and Friedrich Brodnitz Kampf um die Jewish Agency . Good +. Stiff Wrapper.  (278299)   $40.00

8.            Baerwald, Dr. H. (Direktor) Philanthropin. Geschichte der Realschule der israelitischen Gemeinde (Philanthropin) zu Frankfurt am Main 1804-1904. Frankfurt: Joseph Baer, 1904. 207+464 pp. covers worn, slight tears to crown and base of spine, sfep, slight library stamp Important institution that educated Jewish children, Closed by the Nazis in 1942 and reopened recently as a Jewish school again. Heavy tome. Good. Cloth.
Festschrift zur Jahrhundertfeier der Realschule, Teil 2 is Wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen seven essays, including an essay on Die Geschichte der Judengasse in Frankfurt by Prof I. Kracauer  (278784)               $125.00

9.            Bahrawy, Lisa de Serbine. The Voice of History: An Exegesis of Selected Short Stories from Ingeborg Bachmann’s Das dreissigste Jahr and Simultan from the Perspective of Austrian History. Lang, 1989. 194 pp. Good. Hardcover .  (277937)               $10.00

10.          Bassani, Giorgio. L’Alba ai vetri. Poesie 1942-50. Einaudi, 1963. 95 pp. In Italiancovers worn, sfep, embossed stamp tp. Good +. Hardcover .
Jewish Italian novelist, had been arrested for anti fascist activity Wrote Garden of the Finzi Contini  (278866)                $19.00

11.          Beisbart, Ortwin. Einige werden bleiben. Und mit ihnen das Vermächtnis. Der Beitrag judischer Schriftsteller zur deutschsprachigen Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts. BVB, 1992. 186 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278052)                $10.00

12.          Beling, Eva. Eine soziologische Untersuchung der Einwanderung aus Deutschland zwischen 1933 und 1945. Europaische Verlag, 1967. 282 pp. dj tears. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Sociological study of immigration from Germany between 1933 and 1945 – the integration problems of German Jews who fled Germany to Palestine  (268494)               $20.00

13.          Belth, Nathan (editor). Fighting for America: An account of Jewish Men in the Armed Forces from Pearl Harbor to the Italian campaign. NY: NJWB, 1944. Text and lists the Jewish soldiers. 12mo 168 pp.bookplate on free end paper Compliments of Jewish Welfare Board Army and Navy Committee. good. Paperback.  (278296)     $25.00

14.          Benz, Wolfgang. Enzyklopadie des Nationalsozialismus.Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen, Karten und Grafiken. Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, 1998. 900 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (278269)   $12.00

15.          Berg, Mary. גטו ורשה :‏ ‏יומנה של מרי ברג /‏ /Geto Ṿarshah : yomanah shel Meri Berg. Tverski, 1945. 229 pages in Hebrew,ex library with markings and bookplate,taped spine ,corners bumped, pages yellowing but not brittle. Good. Boards.
Classic work on the ghetto. Day to day record of her four years in the ghetto until her return to USA in 1944 in prisoner exchange.  (278204)      $75.00

16.          Berges, Max. Cold Pogrom. Phil: JPS, 1939. 280 pp. Good. Hardcover .
Novel of the persecution of the Jews in Nazi Germany. Berges fled Germany for Shanghai then Manila and came to the USA in Dec 1938 with the aid of Albert Einstein.  (278461)              $10.00

17.          Biege, Bernd. Helfer unter Hitler: Das Rote Kreus im Dritten Reich. Kindler, 2000. 287 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278260)     $15.00

18.          Bikont, Anna. And I Still See Their Faces: Images of Polish Jews. Shalom Foundation, 1996. 230 pp dj tears folio In English and Polish filled with photographs and memories, from an exhibition Extraordinary images, Reminds me of work of Vishniac. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Photographs were donated by non-Jews in Poland, and former Polish Jews from all over the world. Jewish life in Poland from the end of the last century to the Holocaust, and the destruction of Polish Jewish life.250550  (278947)                $58.00

19.          Blaukopf, Kurt. Unterwegs zur Musiksoziologie Auf der Suche nach Heimat und Standort. Wien: Nausner, 1998. 384 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Written in Exile in Paris and Jerusalem between 1938 and 1947  (278409)               $65.00

20.          Bloomberg, Marty. The Jewish Holocaust: An Annotated Guide to Jewish Books in English: Second Edition revised and Expanded. San Bernandino: Borgo Press, 1995. 2nd. 312 pp. new. PB.
Important bibliography and reference work. Excellent.  (278362)                $10.00

21.          Blumental, Nathan (editor). Sefer Borszczow (the book of Borstchoff) Bortchoff; Sefer Borszczow (the book of Borstchoff). Tel Aviv: Peretz, 1960. 341 pp.fore edge foxedIn Yiddish Memorial Book. Good. Hardcover .  (278469)                $30.00

22.          Borchardt, Hermann. Philosophische Grundbegriffe; Der Erkenntnisweg des Sokrates. Berlin: Ullstein, 1927. 139 pp. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Borchardt subsequently survived concentration camps and became refugee in NY  (278033)   $25.00

23.          Bronner, Eric. Vienna: The World of Yesterday, 1889-1914. Humanities, 1997. 279 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .
The World of Yesterday, 1889-1914, Stephen Eric Bronner, F.Peter Wagner, Vienna, 1889-1914, the jewel in the crown of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, a major cultural capital at the high period of European modernism. In this collection, the contradictions of Vienna are explored in sixteen especially written articles which strike a unique balance between popular and lesser-known topics reflecting the mix of Vienna itself. Its great figures like Sigmund Freud, Robert Musil, and Arnold Schoenberg emerge along with the context in which their innovations took shape. Its cabarets, feuilletons, philosophical trends, and political factions, pedagogic experiments and sexual mores, are all treated in the pages of this interdisciplinary work. (from the blurb)  (277927)      $30.00

24.          Bruckner, Ferdinand. Races: A Drama. Knopf, 1934. 139 pp. writing on fep, marked up as theater edition, play concerns plight of the German Jew , new spine. Fair. Hardcover .
Bruckner was Austrian playwright who fled the Nazis for the USA.  (279048)          $25.00

25.          Brudna, Denis (editor) inscribed . Clemens Kalischer. Germany: Hatje Cantz, 2002. 175 pp Refugee photographer survivor of German concentration camps in France. inscribed by Kalischer on title page. Very Good. Cloth.
Displaced Persons after the War, NYC street scenes, Bermont pastorals. Essay and interview in German and English. see interview on www.jhswm.org  (278251)         $150.00

26.          Burdekin, Katharine. Swastika Night. Feminist Press, 1985. 196 pp. intro by Daphne Patai. Very Good. Paperback.
Published in 1937, twelve years before Orwell’s 1984 , this novel projects a totally male-controlled fascist world that has eliminated women as we know them. They are breeders, kept as cattle, while men in this post-Hitlerian world are embittered automatons, fearful of all feelings, having abolished all history, education, creativity, books, and art. Not even the memory of culture remains. The plot centers on a “misfit” who asks, as readers must, “How could this have happened?” Ann J. Lane calls the novel a “brilliant, chilling dystopia.” “This is a powerful, haunting vision of the inner and outer worlds of male violence.”- Blanche Wiesen Cook (from the blurb)  (277987)       $8.00

27.          Buttner, Urs. Das Unrechtsregime: Internationale Forschung über den Nationalsozialismus. Band I. Ideologie – Herrschaftssystem – Wirkung in Europa. Festschrift für Werner Jochmann zum 65. Geburtstag. Hns Christian, 1986. 560 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278261)              $15.00

28.          Carlebach, Julius (hrsg). Zur Geschichte der judischen Frau in Deutschland. Metropol, 1993. 268 pp. twelve essays from a symposium, including some on the Shoah. Good. Paperback.
Hochschule fur Judische Studien Heidelberg  (278002)     $10.00

29.          Carmilly-Weinberger, Moshe (editor). The Rabbinical Seminary of Budapest:1877-1977: A Centennial Volume. NY: Sepher Hermon, 1986. 334 pp.+ 54 pp In English and Hebrew, includes the period of the Shoah. Good +. Hardcover .  (279055)     $25.00

30.          Close the Book on Hate: 101 Ways to Combat Prejudice. Barnes and Nobles/ADL. 32 pp. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.
This pamphlet, which is part of the Close the Book on Hate Campaign, provides definitions, resources, and suggested readings on combating prejudice. The premise of the campaign is the belief that through reading and discussion, children will be better able to counter prejudice and hate. (worldcat)  (278142)   $15.00

31.          Cohen, Bernard. le mystere Waldheim. Gallimard, 1986. 199 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (278050)                $10.00

32.          Cohen, Israel. The Jews in Germany. London: John Murray, 1933. 20 pp. Reprinted vrom Quarterly Review July 1933 slight library mark and taped spine. Review of Mein Kampf and Nazi platforms. Good. Wrapper.
Prescient presentation of the situation of the Jews and appealing for the League to take action but fearing that it will remain passive and reveal the bankruptcy of modern civiliazation, powerful appeal.  (277935)       $25.00

33.          Cohn, Bernhard (editor) Hahn, Hugo . Living Legacy; Dedicated to Hugo Hahn: Rabbi, Teacher, Scholar. NY: Congregation Habonim, 1963. 121 pp. Filled with essays on German Jewish life in Germany and the USA. Hahn was an important refugee Rabbi from Essen , founded Congregation Habonim.  Good. Cloth.  (278298)    $25.00

34.          Comite International D’Histoire de la Deuxieme Guerre Mondiale. La Propagande pendant la Deuxieme Guerre Mondiale; Methodes, objet, resultats. Bucarest: Commission Roumaine, 1980. Twenty essays translated into five languages 479 pages tears to backstrip . Good. Paperback.  (278148)         $18.00

35.          Conference on Jewish Material Claims. Twenty Years Later 1952-1972 Activities of the Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany. CJMC, 1972. 152 pp. slight stains to covers. Good. Wrapper.  (277981) $15.00

36.          Coppi, Hans. Dieser Tod Passt zu Mir: Harro Schulze-Boysen – Grenzgänger im Widerstand. Briefe 1915 bis 1942. Aufbau, 1999. 447 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278257)     $10.00

37.          Coughlin, Rev Chas. Am I an anti-Semite?” : 9 addresses on various “ISMS”, answering the question; Nov. 6 1938-Jan 1 1939. Condon, 1939. about 200 pages top corners bumped and small holes on top of pages some pencil underlining. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (278314)          $30.00

38.          Coughlin, Charles. Eight Lectures on Labor, Capital and Justice. Royal Oak: Radio League, April 1934. 239 pp. spine tears covers worn. Good +. Paperback.
As broadcast over a National Network  (278312)              $25.00

39.          Coughlin, Charles. Father Coughlin’s Radio Discourses: 1931-1932. Royal Oak: Radio League, 1932. 239 pp. Includes a appeal letter rom the Shrine of the Little Flower signed by Coughlin’s secretary. good. Paperback.  (274282)                $36.00

40.          Coughlin, Charles. The New Deal In Money; As Broadcast Over a National Network October November December 1933. Radio League, 1933. 128 pp. Covers worn, torn, taped spine, Good-. Paperback.  (278316)                $25.00

41.          Coughlin, Charles. A Series of Lectures on Social Justice. Royal Oak: Radio League, 1935.  224 pp. good. Paperback.  (278310)      $25.00

42.          Coughlin, Charles. A Series of Lectures on Social Justice April 1936. Royal Oak: Radio League, 1935. 178 pp. good. Paperback.  (278311)          $25.00

43.          Czarnecki, Joseph. Last Traces: The Lost Art of Auschwitz. NY: Atheneum, 1989. 8vo 175 pp. dj creased and chipped. Very Good-. Hardback & DJ.
Drawing, paintings and graffiti of the prisoners of Auschwitz.  (278329)    $5.00

44.          Daiber, Hans. Vor Deutschland wird gewarnt; 17 exemplarische Lebenslaufe. Gutersloh: Mohn, 1967. 222 pp dj torn. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Study of writers before the Shoah. Becher Benn Blei Daubler Hasenclever Pulver Toller et al  (278048)       $15.00

45.          Dearborn Independent. Jewish Influences in American Life:Volume III of the International Jew. Dearborn: Dearborn Publishing, 1921. Anti-Semitica. 12mo 256 Henry Ford’s notoroius publication. good. Wrapper.  (278315)                $27.00

46.          Dobbs, Michael. The Unwanted: America, Auschwitz, And A Village Caught in Between. Knopf, 2019. 347 pp. With 14 photographs and 3 maps in text. Very Good +. Paperback.  (278805)         $4.00

47.          Doblin, Alfred. Judische Erneuerung. Querido, 1933. 98 pp. crown and base of spine slightly bumped, Jewish Renewal by author of Berlin Alexanderplatz who had fled

to France and in 1940 arrived in the USA. Good +. Hardcover .
sternfeld DEL page 63  (278357) $50.00

48.          Dobroszycki, Lucjan and Gimblett, Barbara Kirschenblatt. Image Before My Eyes: A Photographic History of Jewish Life in Poland 1864-1939. NY: Schocken, 1995. 269 pp. filled with photos, documentation, large book. Very Good. Paperback.  (278076)         $7.00

49.          Drew, Margaret, editor. Facing History and Ourselves; Holocaust and Human Behavior: Annotated Bibliography. NY: Walker/Facing History, 1988. 124 pp. Near Fine. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Excellent reference work on the Holocaust.  (278340)       $10.00

50.          Father Coughlin’s Friends. An Answer to Father Coughlin’s Critics. Royal Oak: Radio League, 1940. 164 pp. Good. wrapper.  (278317)             $25.00

51.          Feiler, Arthur. Das Experiment des Bolschewismus. Frankfurt: Societats Verlag, 1931. 277 pp. end papers slight foxing. Good. Boards.
Refugee teacher at New School for Social Research, was co author with Max Ascoli of Fascism for Whom?  (277944)                $20.00

52.          Feinstein, Margaret. Holocaust Survivors in Postwar Germany, 1945-1957. Cambridge, 2010. 329 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (264804)             $20.00

53.          Forsthoff, Ernst und Loewenstein, Karl . Die politischen Parteien im Verfassungsrecht Zwei Abhandlungen und ein bericht von Werner Matz. Mohr, 1950. 47 pp. inscribed on cover by Forsthoff with part of the inscription creased in half, and the inscription itself is blurred by water but readable, signature of name is clear, Loewenstein a refugee political scientist was teaching at Amherst College when he wrote his contribution.
In the 1930s, Forsthoff was among the jurists such as Carl Schmitt, Karl Larenz, Theodor Maunz and Herbert Krüger who endeavoured to legitimise the Nazi regime through their writings. Forsthoff’s 1933 paper Der totale Staat (The Total State) advocated a broad understanding of the Führerprinzip as an exclusive and unlimited power of command over all subjects of the state. He himself was unwilling to submit fully to the Nazi state, however, and fell in disfavour with the authorities during the war. In a seminal 1938 paper, he coined the term Daseinsvorsorge, introducing the concept of public services to German legal thinking.
After the war, although now supporting the democratic Rechtsstaat (which he understood as opposed to the Sozialstaat advocated by the Left), Forsthoff continued to support a powerful state subject to only limited judicial constraints and rejected the notion of constitutional rights as a normative framework of society.
Forsthoff was among the few postwar European scholars who maintained adherence to the philosophy of strict legal positivism. His influential textbook Lehrbuch des Verwaltungsrechts (1950) also emphasized the comprehensive responsibility of the state for society, preferring to focus on the functioning of government rather than on its possible failure.(wikipedia) OCLC Number: 264800743
(278938)        $75.00

54.          Frank, Anne. Diary of a Young Girl. Karni, 1977. 189 pp. in Hebrew. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (277961)                $25.00

55.          Fred Morris (curator). A Tree Still Stands: The Last Jews of Eastern Europe – An Exhibition. Chicago: Spertus, 1986. 15 pp.i photos by Yale Strom and Brian Blue,rfeflections by Nathaniel Stampfer. Very Good. Paperback.
Haunting exhibit  (278220)            $15.00

56.          Freeden, Herbert. The Jewish Press in the Third Reich. NY: Berg, 1993. 208 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278246)               $9.00

57.          Frieze, Donna Lee editor. Totally Unofficial: The Autobiography of Raphael Lemkin. Yale, 2013. 293 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277979)             $10.00

58.          Fuchs, Esther . Women and the Holocaust: Narrative and Representation (Studies in the Shoah Series). UPA, 1999. 143 pp. ex library with pocket. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (278135)         $10.00

59.          Gershon, Karen. Die Erben; Ein gemeinschaftlicher Bericht uber das Leben der Juden in Nachkriegsdeutschland. Somerset England: Typed manuscript, 1969. Typed manuscript version of the book (translated into English as Postscript: A Collective Account of the Lives of Jews in West Germany since the Second World War ) with Gershon’s corrections. Includes letter from the publisher Livia Gollancz. Bound in two parts. total of 271 pages.The German original edition of POSTSCRIPT: A Collective Account of the Lives of Jews in West Germany Since the Second World War Gollancz 1969 Good. stiff cardboard wrappers.
Important German Jewish writer who was sent to England on a Children’s Transport–lived also in Israel.. Wrote We Came as Children  (278301)          $200.00

60.          Goebbels, Joseph. My Part in Germany’s Fight. Fertig, 1979. Reprint of 1940 edition 252 pp. sfep new dj created. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277992)        $10.00

61.          Goldenberg, Myrna (introduction). Testimony, tensions, and tikkun : teaching the Holocaust in colleges and universities. Washington, 2007. 328 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278660)   $10.00

62.          Goldhagen, Daniel. Worse than War Genocide Elimationism and the Ongoing Assault on Humanity. Public Affairs, 2009. 658 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278662)       $10.00

63.          Gollancz, Victor. Shall our Children Live or Die? a reply to Vansittart on the German Problem. London: Gollancz, 1942. 168 pages how to handle Germany after the War. Good. Hardback & DJ.  (278185) $7.00

64.          Gorlitz, Walter. Gustav Stresemann. Ahren, 1947. 287 pp. dj torn, writing blacked out on fep, Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Important Chancellor and Foreign Minister during Weimar  (278147)        $15.00

65.          Greenfield, Murray. The Jews Secret Fleet (in Hebrew). Gefen, 1994. 155 pp. Hebrew. Slight library mark. Story of the ships that brought the refugees to Palestine. Very Good. Hardcover .  (274620)       $8.00

66.          Greif, Gideo. wir weinten tranenlos. Augenzeugenberichte der judischen ,,Sonderkommnados” in Auschwitz. Bohlau, 1995. 308 pp.cover creased. Very Good-. Paperback.  (278267)    $10.00

67.          Grubel, Fred. Schreib das auf eine Tafel die mit ihnen bleibt. Jüdisches Leben im 20. Jahrhundert. bohlau, 1998. 321 pp. top corner bumped. Very Good. Paperback.  (278879)     $10.00

68.          Gugenberger, Eduard. Boten der Apokalypse: Visionare und Vollstrecker des Dritten Reichs. Ueberreuter, 2002. 208 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278258)  $9.00

69.          Haake, Heinz. Das Ehrenbuch des Fuhrers. Der Weg zur Volksgemeinschaft. Dusseldorf: Floeder, 1933. 343 pp. some water stained pages not affecting text or images, tears to spine hinge starting. Good-. Hardcover .
Speeches and photos of Hitler, Nazi Propaganda  (278197)             $75.00

70.          Hacker, Walter. Neonazismus: Die Vergangenheit bedroht die Zukunft. Warnung an Osterreich. eurpa, 1966. 294 pp. number on spine and slight library mark. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (278025) $10.00

71.          Hackett, David. Der Buchenwald-Report: Bericht über das Konzentrationslager Buchenwald bei Weimar. Beck, 1996. 456 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278259)  $10.00

72.          Hafner, Katie. The House at the Bridge: A Story of Modern Germany. NY: Scribners, 1995.  8vo 225 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Trying to retrieve the Wallich family home in Potsdam;the Jewish family had fled the Nazis. Memorable account.  (278417)               $15.00

73.          Handlin, Oscar. Danger in Discord: Origins of Anti-Semitism in America. NY: ADL, 1964. 3rd. 12mo 31 pp. good. pamphlet.  (278125)        $9.00

74.          Haug, Joachim (editor). Juden in Deutschland. Innenansichten vergangener Lebenswelten. Ergebnisse, 1988. 95 pp.Collection of essays with many dealing with the fate of Jews in Germany before and during the Shoah in small towns. Good +. Wrapper.  (278128)          $15.00

75.          Hauptmann, Gerhart; Marx, Wilhelm; Brecht, Arnold. Gedenken an Walther Rathenau. Dresden: Reissner, 1928. 12mo 24 pp. covers worn and creased. Good. Wrapper.  (278026)  $17.00

76.          Hegemann, Werner. Entlarvte Geschichte. Prag: Soziologische Verlagsanstalt, 1934. neuasugabe. Sternfeld: Exil Literatur:page 200; 200 pp. anti Hitler work. good. Wrapper.
He also wrote political articles and warned against the Nazis, culminating in the book Entlarvte Geschichte (History Unmasked – 1933). He left Germany in May 1933 shortly before his books were burned. Invited by Alvin Johnson, Hegemann taught urban planning at the New School for Social Research in New York beginning in November 1933.[  (278276)               $20.00

77.          Heine, Theodor Thomas. Ich warte auf Wunder. Neue Verlag, 1945. 573 pp. covers very stained, tears along spine, reading copy. Good-. Hardcover .
Sternfeld DEL pp. 204  (278053)  $15.00

78.          Huysmans, Camille (foreword). The Case of Henryk Erlich and Victor Alter. London: Liberty Publ, 1943. 31 pp. creased pages. good. Wrapper.
Polish Socialist labor leaders .Were actively calling for resistance and fighting the Nazis.Organized the International Jewish Anti-Fascist Committee. Both murdered by order of Stalin some time between 1941 and 1943  (278153)                $10.00

79.          In memoria di Angelo Sacerdoti: La comunita israelitica di roma. Roma: Istituto romano di arti grafiche di tumminelli, 1936. 129 pp. number taped to spine and slight library mark, lower part of cover and fep lacking, paper yellowing but not brittle. Good. Wrapper.
Sacerdoti 1886–1935) was, chief rabbi of Rome and Zionist leader in Italy. After the first world war he began an active campaign to revitalize Italian Jewry, of which he was a leading guide and teacher. When Mussolini assumed power, Sacerdoti held a series of meetings with him in an attempt to protect Jewish interests and ensure that the Jews of Italy would not be harmed by the Fascist regime. He was instrumental in obtaining the passage of a law that required all Italian Jews to belong to one of the 26 united communities, unless they specifically renounced their Judaism.  (278235)                $30.00

80.          Jackson, Robert. Report of Robert H. Jackson, United States representative to the International Conference on Military Trials. US Dept. of State, 1945. 440 pp.   Robert H Jackson; International Military Tribunal. Good +. Hardcover .
OCLC Number: 25376546            Department of State publication, 3080.; Department of State publication., International organization and conference series ;, 2.; Department of State publication., European and British Commonwealth series (278617)        $27.00

81.          Jansen, John; Weyl, Stefan. Silent War: the Underground Movement in Germany. Lippincott, 1943. 357 pp. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Written by anti Nazi acitivists who were able to leave Germany and involved in the movement  (269732) $25.00

82.          Jean, Paul  . Die Wunderbare Gesellschaft in der Neujahrsnacht. Piper, 1921. 27 federzeichnungen von Alfred Kubin, some slighly creased pages not affecting text , rather quirky surrealistic and bizarre illustrations. Good. Boards.
In the era of National Socialism 63 of his works have been called ” degenerate art were confiscated. Nevertheless, he did not get banned from exhibiting, but published 1941/42 in the Nazi propaganda sheet of the General Government , the Krakauer Zeitung, various drawings. (Wikipedia)  (278070)      $45.00

83.          Joesten, Joachim. Rats in the Larder: The Story of Nazi Influence in Denmark. Putnam, 1939. 270 pp. Anricipating the German invasion and the anxiety in the country. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278846)                $15.00

84.          Kaiser, Wolf. Tater im Vernichtungskrieg: Der Uberfall auf die Sowjetunion und der Völkermord an den Juden. Propylaen, 2002. 224 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (278270)            $12.00

85.          Kalbus, Oskar. Vom Werden deutscher Filmkunst; 1 Teil: Der stumme Film. Altona: Cigaretten Bilderdienst, 1935. 8vo color plate on cover . Good. Wrapper.
135 pages “cigarette cards” depicting films of the period and explanations of various forms includes Paolo Negri and Marlen Dietrich and other well known actors  essays on propaganda  (277950)     $30.00

86.          Keren, Hasefer ve Hachinou’h. Fonds de restauration du livre et de l’enseignement. Situation de la reconstruction spirituelle juive en France. Paris: Keren Hasefer ve Hachinou’h., 1947. about 125 pp. filled with essays and description of previous and present situation, paper yellowing and fragile but not brittle, top corners furled and folded, lower corners torn, faded mimeograph. new covers with title placed on cover, and title page and last page attached to paste downs  OCLC Number:               1030796406 Good-. Wrapper.
Ainsi, l’Alliance israélite universelle reunit, en septembre 1946, une « conference de reconstruction spirituelle et d’éducation juive », à l’issue de laquelle est fonde le Comite international pour l’éducation juive, qui donne naissance en octobre 1947 à l’Organisation internationale pour l’éducation et pour la culture juive en Europe (UJECO) (Wikipedia)  (278234)      $100.00

87.          Kersting, Franz Werner. Nach Hadamar: Zum Verhaltnis Von Psychiatrie Und Gesellschaft Im 20. Jahrhundert. Ferdinand Schoningh,, 1993. 322pp., contains 16 articles and essays by various contributors.Study of German psychiatry and euthanasia in the Third Reich. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278849)    $36.00

88.          Klausner; Samuel Z .; Varady, David P.; Har Zion Temple (Philadelphia, Pa.). Synagogues Without Ghettos. Center for Research on the Acts of man,, 1970. 194 pp+ Appendix and the actual questionnaire, study commissioned by Har Zion of Lower Merion Township in Philadelphia of its membership, ex library with markings, typed manuscript. Very Good. library binding.  (271989) $45.00

89.          Kleist, Peter. Mahamangitud Voit. Stockholm: Valis, 1952. 169 pp. tears to covers and spine, reading copy. good. Wrapper.
On Nazis in Sweden translation of Zwischen Hitler und Stalin.into Swedish  (278127)          $15.00

90.          Knigge-Tesche, Renate (Hrsg.). Berater der braunen Macht , Wissenschaft und Wissenschaftler im NS – Staat. : Anabas-Verlag,, 1999. 176 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (278265)  $10.00

91.          Knight, Robert (hrsg). “Ich bin dafur, die Sache in die Länge zu ziehen” Die Wortprotokolle der osterreichischen Bundesregierung von 1945 bis 1952 über die Entschadigung der Juden. Bohlau, 2000. 256 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278266)               $20.00

92.          Koehl, Robert. RKFDV: German resettlement and population policy, 1939-1945 a history of the Reich Commision for the Strengthening of Germandom (Harvard Historical Monographs). Harvard University Press, 1957. 263 pp. dj chiped torn. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278150)           $31.00

93.          Kohler, Max. The United States and German Jewish Persecutions; Precedents for Popular and Governmental Action. NY: Jewish Academy of Arts and Science, 1933. Second Edition. 77pp. slight library marks,number on cover, tears along spine, wear. Good-. Wrapper.
Three Sections: Precedents For Popular Protests; American Governmental Intercession On Behalf Of The Jews; The Bernheim Upper Silesian Petition Before The Council Of The League Of Nations (278303)            $46.00

94.          Komitees Judisches Kriegsarchiv. Judisches Archiv; Mitteilungen des Komitees Judisches Kriegsarchiv. Wien: R Lowit, 1915-1916. Numbers 1, 2/3, 4/5, 6/7, 8/9: each issue about 45 pages. number on spine and library marks free end paper. Good +. Boards.
Articles on Austrian Jews fighting in the First War, with names of those honored with medals. Images of the War, destroyed Jewish towns and fleeing refugees.  (278119) $55.00

95.          Kostya, Sandor. Northern Hungary: A Historical Study of the Czech Republic. Toronto: Asso Hungarian Tchrs, 1992. Includes material on the Second World War. 12mo 231 pp. good. Hardback & DJ.  (278154)                $20.00

96.          Kravetz, Nathan (introduction). Displaced German Scholars: A Guide to Academics in Peril in Nazi Germany During the 1930s. San Bernardino: Borgo Press, 1993. 126 pp. new. Paperback.
First published in 1936 by the Rockefeller Foundation,catalog distributed to universities to find positions for refugees.  (278459)               $10.00

97.          Krist, Martin. Vertreibungsschichsale: Judische Schuler eines Wiener Gymnasiums 1938 und ihre Lebenswege. Turia und Kant, 1999. 202 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (278268)   $18.00

98.          Lang, Jochen von. Das Eichmann Protokoll Tonbandaufzeichnungen der israelischen Verhore. Berlin: Severin und Siedler, 1982. 300 pp. Good +. Paperback.  (278073)                $6.00

99.          Laqueur, Walter. The Missing Years: A Novel. Little, Brown, 1980. 281 pp. Novel of the life of Richard Lasson, his experiences in the first war, his career as a physician, and his plight during the Holocaust. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278136)     $12.00

100.       Lebrecht, Norman. The Song of Names. Review, 2002. 311 pp.Haunting novel of the melodies of the Shoah impacting a violin prodigy and his return to traditions and the impact on his close chum. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
By the author of The Game of Opposites  (278744)            $25.00

101.       Leithauser, Joachim. Diplomatie auf schiefer Bahn. Berlin: Grunewald, 1953. 243 pp. dj torn Concerns diplomacy and the Third Reich. good. cloth.  (277976)      $10.00

102.       Lessing, Theodor. Nietzsche. Wege zum Wissen/Ullstein, 1925. 119 pp. small stamp on fep na dpen writing on title page. Good. Hardcover .
Author of Judischer Selbsthass, Important German Jewish phiosopher and Social Democrat, Fled to Czechoslovakia in early March 1933. At the same time, the Nazi press spread rumors of a high reward on Lessing’s head. On August 30, 1933, he was shot dead in his Marienbad apartment by two Nazis.. This was the first political murder of an opponent to the Nazi regime outside of Germany, and caused worldwide indignation.(Gedenkstate Deutscher Widerstande).  (278188)               $15.00

103.       Levinstein, Meir. The Holocaust in Riga על קו הקץ /‏ Al ḳaṿ ha-kets. Bet Adut Mordechai Anelevitz, 1975. 152 pp. In Hebrew. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278198)            $45.00

104.       Levy, Hass Hanna. Inside Belsen. Harvester, 1982. 134 pp. Diary kept by resistance worker in Yugoslavia arrested by Nazis in 1943 and imprisoned at Belsen, after War returned to Yugoslavia and worked with Tito and then made aliyah. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (273085)         $42.00

105.       Lewin, Isaac. Eleh ezkerah : osef toldot kedoshe 700-735. These will I remember! : Biographies of Leaders of Religious Jewry in Europe who perished during the years 1939-1945 Volume 1. Research Institute of Religious Jewry, 1956. 326 pp. dj very torn, In Hebrew. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278124)             $30.00

106.       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)               $36.00

107.       Lindt, Andreas (hrsg). George Bell Alphons Koechlin Briefwechsel 1933-1954. EVZ, 1969. 446 pp. dj worn smudged Bell was Bishop of Chichester and Koechlin was Pastor in Basel Discussions about the situation and condition of the church in Nazi Germany among subjects discussed in their letters. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278248)                $12.00

108.       Lochery, Neill. Lisbon: War in the Shadows of the City of Light, 1939-45. Public Affairs, 2011. 305 pp. Material on the refugees,revelations from newly opened archives concerning the Secret Police and Nazi gold that Portugal kept after the War. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278074)      $8.00

109.       Loewi, Otto. An Autobiographical Sketch. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Autumn 1960. Vol IV No 1 ex library with markings, offprint, 25 pp. distinugished Nobel prize winner in physiology for discovering the role of acetylcholine as an endogenous neurotransmitter Wrties of childhood and studies and friendships, work and being imprisoned in a concentration camp by the Nazis in Graz, thought he was going to be murdered, was able to get visa to England and then USA. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (278104)               $22.00

110.       Lorenz, Dagmar (editor). Insiders and Outsiders Jewish and Gentile Culture in Germany and Austria. Detroit: Wayne State, 1994. Twenty eight essays includes some on the Shoah 364 pages corners bumped. Very good. Hardback & DJ.  (279718)  $5.00

111.       Lukacs, John. The Hitler of History. NY: Knopf, 1997. 278 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
A study of the diferent biographies and interpretations of Hitler. Examines Hitler’s place in history.  (278432)          $5.00

112.       Lukas, Richard. Did the Children Cry? Hitler’s War Against Jewish and Polish Children: 1939-45. NY: Hippocrene, 1994. 263 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.  (278433)             $15.00

113.       Mamdani, Mahmood. When Victims become Killers; Colonialsim, Nativism and the Genocide in Rwanda. Princeton, 2001. 364 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278324) $12.00

114.       Mariani, Pietro. Le tre giornate di Roma : il fascismo al potere ; cronistoria dell’avvento fascista con 61 illustrazioni e 2 xilografie di Adolfo de Karolis. Romano, 1922. 95 pp, lots of illustrations of fascists marching around paper yellowing but not brittle. Good. Paperback.  (278226)          $20.00

115.       Marsalek, Hans. Die Geschichte des Konzentrationslagers Mauthausen Dokumentation. Wien: Osterreichische Lagergemeinschaft Mauthausen,, 1974. 319 pp. number taped to spine and slight library mark on fep. Very Good. Paperback.  (277956)      $10.00

116.       Masters, Peter. Kommando der Verfolgten: 87 Elitesoldaten im Kampf gegen Hitler. Schneekluth Verlag, 1999. 453 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278271)   $14.00

117.       Matussek, Paul. Internment in Concentration Camps and its consequences. Heidelberg /New York: Springer Verlag, 1975. 269 pp. Good +. Hardcover .
What were the effects of this massive assault on the human spirit, on man’s ability to assimilate such experiences, if he survived physically? While the terror of the Nazi concentration camps has been indelibly engraved in the history of Western civilization as its most shameful chapter, little systematic study has been addressed to the subsequent lives of that minority of inmates who were fortunate enough to escape physical annihilation and lived to tell about their nightmare. Paul Matussek, a respected German psychiatrist, aided by a small group of collaborators, performed the task of identifying a group of victims (mostly Jews but also political prisoners), who, following their liberation, had settled in Germany, Israel, and the United States. By careful interviews, questionnaires, and psychological tests he brought to bear the methods of sensitive clinical inquiry on the experiences of those who dared to reminisce and who were sufficiently trusting to share their feelings and memories with clinical investigators. (from the foreword)  (278483)               $18.00

118.       Mehring, Walter. The Lost Library: The Autobiography of a Culture. Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill, 1951. 8vo 290 pp. Good. Hardcover .
Exile writer. Literary and intellectual history.Reassembling the books in his father’s library after receiving them in exile.  (278137)  $10.00

119.       Michaelis-Jena, Ruth. Heritage of the Kaiser’s Children: An Autobiography. Edinburgh: Canongate, 1983.  156 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Growing up Jewish in Germany, the advent of Nazism and her refuge in Edinburgh and internment as an enemy alien.  (277998)               $12.00

120.       Michelson, Max. City of Life City of Death; Memories of Riga. University Press of Colorado, 2001. 171 pp. Memior of Latvia being occupied by the Soviets and then the Nazis. Author witnessed the brutalities of the war and the genocide. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277916)       $15.00

121.       Moore, Deborah Dash (editor). East European Jews in Two Worlds: Studies from the Yivo Annual. Illinois: Northwestern Univ. Press, 1990. Many important articles 8vo 334 pp.Several concerning the Shoah. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278075)     $7.00

122.       Myers, Gustavus. History of Bigotry in the United States. NY: Random House, 1943. 504 pp.,review slip taped to fep. Good +. Cloth.
Very important work. Concerns the Nativist Movements, the Klan, the Protocols, the Nazis, et al  (246833)                $17.00

123.       Neuffer, Elizabeth. The Key to my Neighbor’s House Seeking Justice in Bosnia and Rwanda. NY: Picador, 2001. Dealing with theconsequences of genocide.  490 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Tragically died early May 2003 in car accident while coveing the aftermath of the War in Iraq.  (278326)   $20.00

124.       Nezval, Vitezslav. Historicky Obraz Velika Pout. London: Obzoru/Ceschoslovak, 1942. 29 pp. slight spots to cover, covers a bit worn/soiled. Very Good. Wrapper.
Víte(zslav Nezval was a member of the avant-garde group of artists Deve(tsil (literally “nine forces”, the Czech name of the Butterbur plant but to a Czech-speaker an obvious reference to the nine founding members of the group). Deve(tsil members were the most prolific Czech artists of their generation. His close friendship with André Breton and Paul Éluard was instrumental in founding The Surrealist Group of Czechoslovakia in 1934. It was the first group of this kind outside France and Nezval served as the editor of its journal Surrealismus. OCLC Number: 17515312  (278907)                $175.00

125.       Noyman, M (Neuman) Yirmiyah Noiman . בצל המוות :‏ ‏מערכה להצלת יהודי סלובקיה /‏ /Be-tsel ha-maṿet : ha-maʻarakhah le-hatsalat Yehude Slovakyah. Tel Aviv: 1958. 274 pages ex library with markings,crown of spine torn ,covers worn,taped number on spine the Shoah in Slovakia.
OCLC Number: 19148636  (278592)         $.0

126.       Okubo, Mimi. Citizen 13660. Columbia University Press, 1946. 208 pp. covers worn crown and base of spine bruised;. graphic novel with text of being interned for “protective custody” at camps in California and Utah. Powerful work. Good. Hardcover .  (279076)            $75.00

127.       Orlow, Dietrich. Weimar Prussia 1918-1925 The Unlikely Rock of Democracy. Pittsburgh: Univ. of Pittsburth, 1986. 361 pp. good. cloth.  (278327)        $15.00

128.       Pfanner, Helmut (editor). Der Zweite Weltkrieg und die Exilanten : eine literarische Antwort  World War II and the exiles : a literary response. Detroit: Bouvier, 1991. 324 pp. In German and English twenty five essays. Very Good. Hardcover .  (277978)     $10.00

129.       Pfister, Tom Peter and Kathy, Eva and Otto. Resistance, Refugees, and Love in the Time of Hitler. Purdue University, 2020. 529 pp. The true story of their parents and hurdles endured fleeing to the USA. Includes numerous documents and notes.. It is an intimate and epic account of two Germans—Eva born Jewish, Otto born Catholic—who worked with a little-known German political group that resisted and fought against Hitler in Germany before 1933 and then in exile in Paris before the German invasion of France in May 1940. After their improbable escapes from separate internment and imprisonment in Europe, Eva obtained refuge in America in October 1940 where she worked to rescue other endangered political refugees, including Otto, with the help of Eleanor Roosevelt. As revealed in recently declassified records, Eva and Otto later engaged in different secret assignments with the US Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in support of the Allied war effort. Very Good. Paperback.  (278542)            $30.00

130.       Piechotkowie, Maria i Kazimierz. Boznice Drewniane. Warsaw: Budownictwo i Architektura, 1957. 220 pp. In Polish Original Polish synagogue architecture volume slight writing on fep no dj. Good +. Hardcover .
Study of synagogues destroyed by the Nazis. Monumental work  (278334)              $55.00

131.       Pinette, Dr Kaspar. Albert Ballin und die deutsche Politik. Hamburg: Hansischer Gildenverlag, 1938. 97 pp. , library number on spine and light library markings on title page, slight furling of cover. Good. Paperback.
“Expose of the Jewish capitalist”  (277880)            $30.00

132.       Pinson, Koppel. Jewish Life in Liberated Germany. Conference on Jewish Relations, 1947. reprinted from Jewish Social Studies Vol IX No 2 ,pp.101-126 Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (278105)         $20.00

133.       Poland Fights. The Camp of Disappearing Men: A Story of Oswiecim Concentration Camp, Based on Reports from the Polish Underground Labor Movement. NY: Polish Labor Group, 1944. oblong 8vo 44 pp. Filled with drawings and text. good. Wrapper.
Last page reveals that almost 2 million Jews had been murdered by 1944. Important document whose importance was minimized  (274270)        $50.00

134.       Potter, Pamela. Art of Suppression: Confronting the Nazi Past in Histories of the Visual and Performing Arts. California, 2016. 389 pp. Covers Weimar, National Socialism and the aftermath. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278847)               $23.00

“Hilberg” – Books on the Shoah – October 2020

I hope and trust you are taking good care during this turbulent time and safely negotiating your paths in the midst of this pandemic, and that being surrounded by your library offers some solace and comfort that stretches through the centuries of challenging times.
I am very inspired by the introductory words of Carlos Ruiz Zafon in his work The Shadow of the Wind.

“This place is a mystery, a sanctuary. Every book, every volume you see here ,has a soul. The soul of the person who wrote it and those who read and lived and dreamed with it. Every time a book changes hands ,every time someone runs his eyes down its pages, its spirit grows and strengthens… In this place, books no longer remembered by anyone, books that are lost in time, live forever, waiting for the day when they will reach a new reader’s hands.”


I would like to imagine that this “genizah” is also a book sanctuary, awaiting the journeyer on their book pilgrimage.


1.            Arendt, Hannah. Essays in Understanding uncollected and unpublished works. Harcourt, Brace, 1993. 458 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (280140)   $25.00

2.            Bentwich, Norman. Jewish Youth Comes Home: The Story of the Youth Aliyah: 1933-1943. London: Gollancz, 1944. 12mo 159 pp. number on spine and slight library mark on fep. good. Cloth.
OCLC Number: 1992905  (279802)           $13.00

3.            Benz, Wolfgang (hrsg). Judisches Leben in Der Weimarer Republik/Jews in the Weimar Republic. NMohr Siebeck, 1998. 288 pp. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
(Schriftenreihe Wissenschaftlicher Abhandlungen Des Leo Baeck Instituts, No 57)  (280319)          $25.00

4.            Geber, Chana (sculptor) Greenwald, Alice (Preface by). O The Chimneys: A Holocaust Memorial. NMAJH, 1984. 10 pp. Pamplhet about sculpture that was exhibited at the National Musuem of American Jewish History. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.
OCLC Number: 26983482  (279049)         $15.00

5.            Gek en wijs tijdens Seyss. Den Haag: Uitgave Kompas , 1945. 22 pp. color illustrations, rebound fragile ,torn cover pasted on new backing. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
A humorous deptiction of Dutch life under German occupation during World War II, written in verse and illustrated with color cartoons, contrasting collaboration with acts of resistance to occupation.OCLC Number:264927470 (278912)            $125.00

6.            Heiss, Friedrich. Bei Uns in Deutschland: Ein Bericht. Volk und Reich, 1938. about 100 pages ex library swith stamps cpver worn tears to spine Good. Hardcover .  (279148)       $25.00

7.            Hoffman, Michael A. The Great Holocaust Trial. Institute For Historical Review, 1985. 95 pp. Concerns Ernst Zundel who was on trial for denying the Holocaust. Hoffman describes Zundel evolution as a “human rights” activist, and defends his position.IHR is a denial press. Very Good. Perfect-bound.
OCLC Number: 876903610  (279317)      $40.00

8.            Kaplan, Thomas. The Language of Nazi Genocide: Linguistic Violence and the Struggle of Germans of Jewish Ancestry. Cambridge, 2011. 304 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (280327)           $30.00

9.            Leivick, H. et al. Belzec. Israel: Shearit HaPleta, 1958. 191 pp. in Hebrew covers worn. Good. Hardcover .
Essays on Bergen-Belsen by survivors.  (279294) $25.00

10.          lka, Gedo and Gyorgy, Roman; Edited By Eva Hajdu. Aldozatok Es Gyilkosok/ Victims and Perpetrators. Budapest Cultural, 1986. 122 pp. filled with drawings. slight library marks Published on the occasion of an exhibition held at the Budapest Jewish Museum, February 26 through May 30, 1995. Good +. Stiff Wrapper.
Collection of sketches drawn by Ilka Gedo in the Budapest Ghetto during Nazi occupation and of sketches by Gyorgy Roman of defendants at war crimes trials held in Hungary after the war. Text is by several authors and is in English and Hungarian OCLC Number:             233977280  (279143)      $36.00

11.          Miles, Jonathan. The Dangerous Otto Katz: The Many Lives of a Soviet Spy. Bantam, 2010. 366 pp. dj creases. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
His activities range from the Spanish Civil War to Stalin’s secret meetings, from Trotsky’s murder to the hidden lives of major Western celebrities.as Rudolf Breas hw as the model for Victor Laszlo in Casablanca, Finally executed by the Czech Communists as part of the Slansky trial.  (279999) $15.00

12.          Olav, Hans (editor). He who laughs … lasts : anecdotes from Norway’s home front. Brooklyn: Norwegian News, 1942. 48 pp. new spine stains to cover and worn cover Extraordinary illustrations showing resistance to the Nazis. Good. Boards.
OCLC Number: 3458779  (279391)           $23.00

13.          Pachnicke, Peter (editor). John Heartfield; Akademie der Kunste zu Berlin. Koln: Dumont, 1991. 342 pp. In German. dj slight creases. Very Good in VG DJ. Hardback & DJ.
Important Exhibition catalog.Important artist who used his photomontages to wage war against the Nazis. Extraordinary work  (279130)          $58.00

14.          Ppruszynski, Ksawery. Polish Invasion. London: Minerva, 1941. 112 pp. ex library with perforations marks on title page. Good. Hardcover .
On the experiences of the Polish troops in Scotland preparing to fight in the War  (277925)             $12.00

15.          Puvogel, Ulrike, text. Gedenkstatten fur die Opfer des Nationalsozialismus: Eine Dokumentation. Bonn: Bundeszentrale fur polit., 1987. Band 245. 12mo 831 pages includes map small book pocket creased cover. Good +. Paperback.  (278440)      $10.00

16.          Rabinowtiz Rina. ha-Yeled she-avad = The lost boy. United Synagogue, 1968. 81 pp. In Hebrew for young adults novel of the Shoah in France. Good +. Hardcover .  (279405)            $23.00

17.          Ramati, Alexander. Barbed Wire and the Isle of Man The Wartime British Internment of Jews. NY: HBJ, 1980. 12mo 231 pp. Recollections of the author’s wife as a child fleeing Nazi Holland for refuge in England and interned. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278247)   $17.00

18.          Rapaport, Lynn. Jews in Germany after the Holocaust: Memory, identity and Jewish-German relations. NY: Cambridge UP, 1997. 8vo 320 pp. new. Paperback.  (277939)        $6.00

19.          Reed, Douglas. Nemesis? The Story of Otto Strasser and the Black Front. Houghton Miflin, 1940. 350 pp dj torn. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
National Socialist who opposed Hitler and formed Anti-Nazi movement.  (278042)              $10.00

20.          Reichshandbuch der deutschen Gesellschaft : Das Handbuch der Personlichkeiten in Wort und Bild. Berlin: Deutscher Wirtschaftsverlag, , 1930-31. two volumes 2124 pp. spines worn,last few pages volume twoare loose Short biographies of prominent Germans with photos Important reference work re future diplomats, businessmen, lawyers under the Nazis and determining their fates .Heavy tomes A who’s who of German elite. Good. Hardcover .  (278782)                $100.00

21.          Reinemann, John Otto . Carried Away…Recollections and Reflections. self, 1976. 212 pp. slight crease to cover, Memories of growing up in Germany and youth movement and fleeing Nazi Germany for the USA. Very Good. Paperback.  (278114)      $15.00

22.          Rentschler, Eric (editor). German Film and Literature: Adaptations and Transformations. NY: Methuen, 1986. 385 pp. mark on fore edge Includes material on Nazi film. Very Good. Paperback.  (277972)           $10.00

23.          Rey, Sydor. Ksiega Rozbitkow. Crytelnik: 1959. Shipwrecked People. Inscribed  228 pp., OCLC Number:                 844878263 Good. Paperback.
During the Interbellum he worked in the Jewish orphanage of Janusz Korczak in Warsaw. He dedicated his short story Anioł-Stróż (“Guardian Angel”; 1957), part of his book Księga rozbitków, to the memory of Janusz Korczak
Księga rozbitków (“The Book of the Shipwrecked”) is a collection of eighteen short stories that are, cumulatively, a psychological memoir of an author guilt-stricken for having passed the Holocaust in the physical safety of New York while being spiritually connected to the event as closely as or perhaps in some cases more closely than some of the victims, making the work something of a cross between a novel and a psychodrama cum a Gestalt therapy.(wikipedia)  (278192)               $165.00

24.          Rogers, Gerhild. Das Romanwerk von Ingeborg Drewitz. Peter Lang, 1989. 246 pp. sfep. Good. Hardcover .
German writer. Her drama Alle Tore waren bewacht “All gates were guarded”, which premiered in 1955, was the first German play to address conditions in concentration camps.  (277936)      $12.00

25.          Ros, Martin. Schakale des Dritten Reiches: Untergang der Kollaborateure 1944-1945. Neske, 1997. 360 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278262)              $15.00

26.          Rose, Rabbi Maurice (editor). The Reconstruction of European Jewish Life and Conference of European Rabbis. (A selection of addresses and papers given at the Conference of European Rabbis in Basle, 1963, and in London, 1965.) [In English, French and Hebrew.]. London: Conference, 1967. 48 pp. slight library marks, in English French and Hebrew. Good +. Wrapper.
Reflecting on Jewish life in Europe and the decimation of the Shoah and rebuilding the communities in various countries.  (266585)         $25.00

27.          Rosenberg, Alfred. Der Mythus des 20 Jahrhunderts. Hoheneichen, 1935. 712 pp. sfep and a number on fep and small library stamp. Good. Hardcover .
Nazi propaganda  (279235)           $23.00

28.          Rosensaft, Menachem (edited by). Life Reborn: Jewish Displaced Persons 1945-1951; Conference Proceedings January 2000. USHMM, 2001. 162 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (269626)       $20.00

29.          Rothschild, Lothar. Im Strom der Zeit. Jubiläumsschrift zum hundertjährigen Bestehen der Israelitischen Gemeinde St. Gallen 1863-1963. St Gallen: 1963. 168 pp.cover and first page creased four pages toward end heavily pencil and slight pen underlined. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Material on the Jews in Switzerland during the War and refugees.  (277933)          $18.00

30.          Rubinstein, Robert. An Italian Renaissance: Choosing Life in Canada. Urim, 2010. 176 pp. Survivors of the Shoah inHungary and their new life in Canada. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277971)   $10.00

31.          Rubinstein, Nina. Die franzosische Emigration nach 1789: Ein Beitrag zur Soziologie der politischen Emigration. Graz: Nausner, 2000. 252 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
PhD dissertation begun in 1933 in Frankfurt under Mannheim. Rubinstein fled to USA where she became a UN translator  (278411)         $75.00

32.          Ruppert, Wolfgang. Fotogeschichte der deutschen Sozialdemokratie. Berlin: Siedler, 1988. 420 pp. from the 1860s to the present (1988) powerful images of the reign of terror under the Nazis and the exile, about thirty pages of photographs and post War also,large book. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278250)            $15.00

33.          Russin, Suzanne Sturmthal. Democracy Under Fire –Memoirs of a European Socialist –Adolf Sturmthal. Durham: Duke, 1989. 8vo 207 pp. refugee labor leader, Austrian Social Democrat, material on Austria post WW1 and 1920s 1930s . Very good+. Hardback & DJ.
Refugee labor leader  (264366)   $8.00

34.          Salmon, Irit (curator). A Day in the Warsaw Ghetto: A Birthday Trip in Hell. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1988. about 34 pp. filled with photos, Exhibition catalog of travelling exhibit. Horrific photos with text in Hebrew and English . Very Good. wrapper.  (278223)                $12.00

35.          Santucci, Luigi. Antifascisti Perche? Ricordi E Riflessioni di Tre Giovani Degli Anni Trenta. Pavia: Amm Provinciale di PAvia, 1983. 80 pp. Very Good-. Wrapper.
Memories And Reflections Of Three Young People Of The Thirties during the Fascist Reign in Italy  (278129)                $10.00

36.          Scharf, Rafael. Poland, What Have I to Do with Thee. Essays Without Prejudice. Krakow: Fundacja Judiaca, 1999. Second Edition. 1-169 pp. English 170-334 pp. in Polish, Essays on the Shoah. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278680)                $40.00

37.          Scharsach, Hans-Henning. Die Arzte der Nazis. Orac Ein Verlag der Donauland-Gruppe im Hause Bertelsmann, 2000. 256 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278263)       $12.00

38.          Schenck, Ernst. Patient Hitler: Eine medizinische Biographie. Droste, 1989. 588 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278272)     $13.00

39.          Schivelbusch, Wolfgang. Intellektuellendämmerung. Zur Lage der Frankfurter Intelligenz in den zwanziger Jahren. Die Universitat. Das Freie Judische Lehrhaus. Die Frankfurter Zeitung. Radio Frankfurt. Der Goethe-Preis u. Sigmund Freud. Das Institut f. Sozialforschung. Insel Verlag, 1982. 142 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278279)                $10.00

40.          Schlotzhauer, Inge. Die Schule der Israelistischen Gemeinde in Frankfurt am Main: Das Philanthropin 1804-1942. Frankfurt: Waldemar Kramer, 1990. 132 pp. 12mo. very good. cloth.  (277934)         $15.00

41.          Schmidt, Erich. Meine Jugend in Gross-Berlin: Triumph und Elend der Arbeiterbewegung 1918-1933. Bremen: Donat, 1988. 181 pp. Good. Cloth.
Autobiography of Socialist youth leader hunted by the Nazis. Ultimately rescued by Varian Fry and settled in the USA.and western mass.  (278422)             $18.00

42.          Schneersohn I fondateur Weller Georges Redaction. Le Monde Juif. La Revue du Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine(Nouvelle serie). Paris: Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine Paris, Jan -Mars 1983-Oct-Dec 1986. Issues 109-124, about 800 pp.total some double issues, slight library mark on fep and cover of issues . Very Good. library binding.
Amazing resource of signifigant research on the Shoah, With many essays about the Shoah articles and about Jewish life in France , many not produced in book form Many signifigant articles  (277914)            $75.00

 43.          Schneider, Wolfgang (hrsg). Vernichtungspolitik Eine Debatte über den Zusammenhang von Sozialpolitik und Gebozid im nationalsozialistischen Deutschland. Junius Verlag, 1991. 198 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (278264)                $10.00

44.          Schreiber, Bernhard. The Men Behind Hitler (Geheime Reichssache. Die Männer hinter Hitler)A German Warning to the World. Printed by La Haye-Mureaux?, 1972. 160 pp. slight library mark and tape on spine. Good. Paperback.
OCLC Number: 2827197  (279240)           $33.00

45.          Schwarzschild, Leopold. Primer of the Coming World. NY: Knopf, 1944. Exile writer: see Sternfeld s. 458 12mo 309 pp. Author World in a Trance. good. cloth.  (264527)                $12.00

46.          Seeber, Ursula (hrsg). Asyl wider Willen. Exil in Österreich 1933 – 1938. Picus, 2003. 128 pp. Articles, photos and biographies. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278306) $30.00

47.          Sellenthin, H.G. Geschichte der Juden in Berlin and des Gebaudes Fasanenstrasse 79/80. Berlin: Judische Gemeinde, 1959. Festschrift der Einweihung des Jud Gemeindehauses 12mo. 130 pp. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (278032)               $10.00

48.          Shephard, Ben. After Daybreak: The Liberation of Bergen-Belsen 1945. Schocken Books, 2005. 274 pp. Fine/As new. Hardback & DJ.
Why did 14000 of the 60 000 survivors die within the first weeks of liberation-was it inevitable? a study of catastrophes and medical response with reflections to current genocides  (278295)            $15.00

49.          Shulman, William. Voices and Visions A collection of Primary Sources. Blackbirch, 1998. 80 pp. ex library with markings. Good. Hardcover .  (276827)    $8.00

50.          Simon, Paul. Meine Erinnerungen : Das Leben des judischen Deutschen Paul Simon, Rechtsanwalt in Mainz. Mainzer Geschichtsblatter, 2003. 120 pp.Extensive material on his experiences prior to the Nazis and under the Nazis and emigration to England. Good. Hardcover .  (266481) $25.00

51.          Sinclair, W. A. The Voice of the Nazi; Being Eight Broadcast Talks given between December 1939 and May 1940. Collins, 1940. 64 pp. Spine worn. Good +. Paperback.
“Mr Sinclair’s broadcast talks have helped many millions of men and women to understand Nazi propaganda and thus protect themselves against the depressing effects which it is designed to produce…”  (278069)     $12.00

52.          Speer, Wilhelmine. Heimatliche Kochrezepte. Mit allerlei Drum und Dran aus der Familie. Heidelberg: Brausdruck, 1940. 266 pp. covers worn and faded , slight tear to edge of spine Cookbook published during Nazi reign. Good +. Boards.
Mother of Nazi architect Albert Speer. not in worldcat  (279321) $75.00

53.          Spizman, L., Editor. Women in the Ghettos Froyen in di getos Zamlbukh. Pioneer Women’s Organization,, 1946. 182 pp. In Yiddish spine worn. Good. Hardcover .  (278132)               $20.00

54.          Stebbing, David. Jewish Memories of the Twentieth Century: By Members of the North-Western Reform Synagogue (Alyth), London. Evelun Kent, 2003. 342 pp. Seventy two recollections including kindertransport children, Holocaust survivors and WW2 veterans. Very Good. Paperback.  (277796)              $22.00

55.          Steen, Jurgen. Jugend im nationalsozialistischen Frankfurt. Ausstellungsdokumentation, Zeitzeugenerinnerungen, Publikum. Historisches Museum, 1987. 378 pp. front cover and front of book creased at bottom. Good-. Paperback.  (278109)      $10.00

56.          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.
OCLC Number: 492326029  (280321)      $28.00

57.          Stettner, Walter. Witness to a Changing World. University Editions, 1999. 466 pp. Very Good. Paperback.
“A retired Foreign Service officer who sought refuge in this country from Hitler’s Austria, the author’s early life in Trieste and Vienna unfolded under the gathering storms clouds of the Great Depression and the rise of Fascism and Nazism.” (from the blurb)  (278029)          $10.00

58.          Strachey, Mrs. St. Loe. Borrowed Children: A popular account of some evacuation problems and their remedies. NY: Commonwealth Fund, 1940. 150 pp. ex library with markings and pocket . Good +. cloth.
On work with refugee children during the War.  (277930)               $5.00

59.          Strom, Margot Stern (preface). Elements of Time Holocaust Testimonies. Facing History, 1989. 403 pp. includes testimonies and commentary about use of videos. Very Good. Paperback.  (278527)          $14.00

60.          Szekely, Erika. In Spite of It All (Dacara). self, 1988. 152 pp. In English,memoir based on journal of Hungarian Jewish woman hiding from the Nazis . Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (278091)             $25.00

61.          Tausenfreund, Doris. Erzwungener Verrat : judische “Greifer” im Dienste der Gestapo : 1943-1945. Metropol, 2006. 312 pp.corners creased. Good +. Paperback.
OCLC Number: 237112404  (279781)      $56.00

62.          Tenenbaum, Shea. A Lock of Hair from Maidaneck: Short Stories. CYCO, 1982. 417 pp., long inscription from author on fep, fictional stories, In Yiddish. Very Good. Hardcover .
Yiddish writer and poet. Contributed to *Di yidishe prese* (Antwerp), *Literarishe bleter*, *Varshaver shriftn* (Warsaw), *Der tog*, *Jewish Daily Forward*, *Morgn zhurnal*, *Yidisher kemfer*, *Freie Arbeiter Stimme*. Born in Bobrzyniec, district of Lublin. Resided for a while in Belgium. Immigrated to the U.S. in 1934. (From YIVO)  (254677)                $35.00

63.          Terracini E conte de Martin Robert (Images by). La Journee de Danielle. Algiers: Charlot, 1941. new covers with old image pasted on cover 24 pp. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Charlot was an important booksller and publihser,discoverd and first publisher of Camus, involved in resistance. Charlot’s archive was destroyed twice during the War.. this work not found in worldcat  (279279)                $175.00

64.          The Dearborn Independent. Jewish Activities in the United States: Volume II of The International Jew. Dearborn: Dearborn Publishing, 1921. 12mo 255 pp. tears to title page, Good-. Wrapper.
A second selection of articles from the Dearborn Independent notorious selections from the Protocols  (278145)                $15.00

65.          The Dearborn Independent. Jewish Activities in the United States: Volume III of The International Jew. Dearborn: Dearborn Publishing, November1921. 256 pp.library marks an pocket in back. Good-. Wrapper.
A thirdselection of articles from the Dearborn Independent notorious selections from the Protocols  (278436)                $15.00

66.          The Dearborn Independent. Jewish Activities in the United States: Volume III of The International Jew. Dearborn: Dearborn Publishing, November1921. 256 pp.library marks and pocket in back. Good-. Wrapper.
A third selection of articles from the Dearborn Independent notorious selections from the Protocols  (278437)                $15.00

67.          The Dearborn Independent. Jewish Activities in the United States: Volume IV of The International Jew. Dearborn: Dearborn Publishing, November1921. 256 pp tear to cover and .library marks and pocket in back. Good-. Wrapper.
A fourth selection of articles from the Dearborn Independent notorious selections from the Protocols  (278438)                $15.00

68.          Thorne, Leon. Out of the Ashes. Bloch, 1976. Third Edition. 204 pp. dj slight creases Holocaust memoir of survivor of Janover, Lembrg Ghetto, awas in Drohobycz and Sambor Ghetto, mainatined his religious identity.After War ws member of the Central Committee of Jews from Poland in Lublin, was from 1946-48 rabbi of the survivors in Frankfurt and in 1948 emigrated to USA. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278122)                $36.00

69.          Tolkaczew, Zinowij. Kwiaty Oswiecimia: The Flowers of Oswiecim. Poland: Panstwowa, 1946. 33 unnumbered plates. 8vo.wear slight discoloration to endpapers In protective dj. One image facing dedication page signed by the artist. This edition is 33/1000.  OCLC Number:     23876287 Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Thirty reproductions of the drawings of Auschwitz,children and their families who perished. Text and captions in Polish, Russian, English, French and German… Zinowij Tolkaczew (Zinovii Tolkatchev; 1903-1977) was a Soviet-Jewish graphic artist and painter. As a volunteer in the Red Army he participated in the liberation of the concentration camps Majdanek and Auschwitz.This work is a result of his listening to the “other planet’ experiences of and being with the liberated prisoners of the camps.(information taken from Bulmash Holocaust Collectiondescription Kenyon College)  (278716)               $375.00

70.          Tucker, William. The Fascist Ego: A Political Biography of Robert Brassilach. Berkeley: Univ. of Calif, 1975. 8vo 331 pp.dj torn. Good +. Hardcover .
French literary critic, novelist and journalist who embraced fascism in the 1930s.  (278325)            $27.00

71.          Vail, Margaret. Yours is the earth. Lippincott, 1944. cloth vg dj good 285 pp. dj worn and torn. Memior of American woman and her child living in Nazi France and escaping to Vichy and North Africa. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277904)               $15.00

72.          Wachsman, Z.H. Jews in Post War Europe The Governments in Exile and their Attitude towards the Jews. NY: Glanz, 1944. 111 pp. spine repaired, slight crease to dj, number on cover. Good +. Wrapper.  (261675)      $18.00

73.          Wallace, Bert. Der Sturm zieht auf: Die Lebenserinnerungen eines deutschen Juden bis zu seiner Flucht 1939. Ahrimann, 1988. 127 pp. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (278123)       $10.00

74.          Waln, Nora (inscribed by). Reaching For the Stars. cresset, 1939. 326 pp. fore edge slight stains Lived in Nazi Germany during 1934-1938 and detailed description and expose of what is happening and plight of the Jews. Good. Hardcover .  (277986)     $15.00

75.          Web, Marek (compiler). The Documents of the Lodz Ghetto: An Inventory of the Nachman Zonabend Collection. NY: YIVO, 1988. 12mo 163 pp. Very Good +. Paperback.  (277980)        $10.00

76.          Weinbaum, Laurence. A Marriage of Convenience; The New Zionist Organization and the Polish Government 1936-1939. East European Monographs, 1993. 294 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (277968)                $15.00

77.          Weinstock, Eugene. Beyond the Last Path. NY: Boni and Gaer, 1947.  281 pp wear to crown and base of spine dj worn and torn. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Memoir by Hungarian Jewish survivor of Buchenwald who became a carpenter in NY after the War  (278528)                $36.00

78.          Weiss, Peter. Der Ermittlung Oratorium in 11 Gesangen. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1965. 210 pp. slight library marks. Good. Paperback.
Based on the German Auschwitz Trials of 1963. A play  (278460)  $5.00

79.          Whitlock, Flint. Given Up For Dead; American GI’s in the Nazi Concentration Camp at Berga. Westview, 2003. 283 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278230)   $10.00

80.          Wiesenthal, Simon. Anti-Jewish agitation in Poland: (Prewar fascists and Nazi collaborators in unity of action with antisemites from the ranks of the Polish communist Party ) A documentary report. Bonn: Vogel, 1969. 42 pp. slight library mark nuner on cover. Good +. Stiff Wrapper.  (266366)          $28.00

81.          Wise, Stephen (foreword). Memorandum on Post War Relief and Rehabilitation of European Jewry submitted to the Council of the UNRRA. NY: World Jewish Congress, 1943. 12mo 32 pp. number on spine and slight library mark on pastedown. Good. wrapper.  (260557)              $40.00

82.          Wise, Dr Stephen  (signed copy). As I See It. NY: Jewish Opinion, 1944. 285 pp.dj torn, signed by Wise Close friend of Franklin Roosevelt. good, writing fep. Cloth.
Collection of essays: The Jewish Fate and Faith, Hitlerism and Beyond, Zion-Homeland and Hope by major American Jewish leader.  (265654)                $36.00

83.          Wisniewski, Tomasz. Boznice Bialostocczyzny Heartland of the Jewish Life: Synagogues and Jewish Communities in Bialystok Region; Jewish Life in Eastern Europe before 1939. Bialystok: David, 1992. In Polish and a bit of English. Many photographs.  218 pp. new. cloth.  (261777)       $25.00

84.          World Reaction to the UN Resolution on Zionism. Geneve: Centre D’Information et Documentation sur Le Moyen Orient, 1975. about 65 pp. includes articles and cartoons many using Nazi symbols to depict Israel. Cover torn. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (277982)   $15.00

85.          Zabarko, Boris (editor). Holocaust in the Ukraine. Valentine Mitchell, 2005. Octavo in dust jacket, xxxii, 394 pp., bibliographies . Very Good. Hardcover .  (278323)              $25.00

86.          Zeman, Z.A.B. Nazi Propaganda. Oxford University Press, 1964. 226 pp. Contains several images. Very Good-. Paperback.  (277958)      $10.00

87.          Zentrale fur private Fursorge. Frankfurter Ferienwanderungen. Frankfurt: Auffarth, 1911. 59 pages with photos Trips for young people with maps glorifying nature and youth with photos of the young travellers.Wandervogelm Later model used by Nazis with youth groups. Good. Wrapper.  (278843)             $15.00

88.          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,”  (280326)              $43.00

89.          Zivs, Samuel (forward). The Real Truth Profiles of Soviet Jews. Moscow: Raduga, 1986. 223 pp. Soviet propaganda concerning the plight of Russian Jews, claims Jews are very happy in Russia, no anti-Semitism, it’s all a Zionist plot. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (278231)          $36.00

90.          Zohn, Harry (translator). The World is a Comedy; A Tucholsky Anthology. Cambridge: Sci Art, 1957. 240 pp. dj torn inscribed by Zohn. Tucholsky was an important Journalist and humorist in Weimar Germany and fled. Good +. Hardback & DJ.  (277931)              $10.00

91.          Zoltsman, Moshe; Shain, Baruch. Garwolin; a Memorial to the Jewish Community of Garwolin; Garvolin, sefer Zikaron. Farband fun di Garvoliner; Irgun Yotzei Garwolin, 1972. 302 pp. back cover glue stains. Good. Hardcover .  (278304)               $67.00

“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,

Shalom
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.
reprint 
(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

“Churban” – 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,

Shalom
Ken aka Yekutiel


1.            Abraham, Max . Juda verrecke Ein Rabbiner im Konzentrationslager. Druck und Verlagsanstalt/Schoen Reprint, 1934/ 2013. 38 pp.slight library marks, Schoen Reprint. Very Good. perfect bound.
Rabbi and fighter against anti-Semitism Max Abraham was attacked in June 1933 in the small town of Rathenow an SA man. Because he put up a fight, he was taken to the concentration camp at Oranienburg, Papenburg and Lichtenburg. In 1934, he managed to escape with his wife to Czechoslovakia. He published an account of his experiences in the concentration camp. In 1939, he fled again from the Nazis to England, where he lived until his death in 1977.(Oranienburg web site)  (277730)   $25.00

2.            Abrami, Leo. The Eleventh Commandment: A Jewish Childhood in Nazi-Occupied France. Albion, 2012. 150 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (266321)               $15.00 

3.            Adamczyk-Garbowska, Monika (editor). Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, Volume 28: Jewish Writing In Poland. Littman, 2016. 443 pp. Collection of essays. Very Good. Paperback.  (277456)       $18.00 

4.            Adelsberger, Lucie. Auschwitz: Ein Tatsachenbericht. Das Vermachtnis der Opfer fur uns Juden und fur alle Menschen. Berlin: Lettner, 1956. 173 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .
Jewish Doctor who survived Auschwitz. Worked treating Gypsies in the Camp.  (277025)  $18.00

5.            Almog, Oz. Dem Morgenrot entgegen : Helden der Sowjetunion. Judisches museum, 2002. 313 pp.In German True stories of Jewish soldiers who fought in the Soviet Army against the Nazis, with pictures. Many died. 500,000 Jews were soldiers in the Red army. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Ausstellung Dem Morgenrot Entgegen – Helden der Sowjetunion im Jüdischen Museum der Stadt Wien vom 12. März bis 16. Juni 2002].  (277404)         $36.00

6.            Amalgamated Relief Committee. Poland Fights On: The Polish and Jewish Underground Movement in Nazi Occupied Poland. NYC: Relief Comm for Labor/Schoen Books, 1942/2013. Reprint (Schoen Books). 12mo 58 pp.9 essay sThe People Resist Nazi Program of Oppression, The Underground Anti Nazi Movement in Poland, Unity of Struggle and Aim of Jews and Poles in Underground Movementa by Samuel Zygielbojm , Henry Ehrlich and Victor Alter Their Freedom Wanted! (from Soviet Imprisonment) Perfect-bound.  (277726)                $18.00

7.            American Joint Distribution Committee European Executive Offices. World Refugee Organizations A Guide to Relief and Reconstruction Activities for Refugees fron Germany. Paris: American Joint Distribution /Schoen Reprint, July 1937/ 2013. 122 pp. Amazing document with offices throughout the world especially Europe to receive the refugees, with addresses and names of officials, activities, charts of the Emigration of German Jews . Very Good. Perfect-bound.
This is a reprint of the scarce original.  (277736)  $20.00

8.            American Joint Distribution Committee. Prompt Aid Means Effective Aid; The American Joint Distribution Committee’s Aid to Victimized Jews in Poland. Paris: European Executive Offices, 1936?. Schoen Books Reprint (2007). Extraordinary genealogical document includes photos,of the people in villages being aided and a list of the villages and inhabitants (and their profession) assisted by the Joint. Included are Minsk (Mazowiecki), Przytyk, Zagorow, Truskolasy, Odrzywol, Klwow, Drzewica, Pyzdry, Przybyszew. 22pp. + xvi. New. Perfect-bound .  (277751) $46.00

9.            Americanizing Our Immigration Laws. New York: American Jewish Committee // HIAS, 1948. 41 pp. Mimeograph. Slight library mark. Good. Three-Ring Binder.
Testimony of the AJC before the immigration subcommitte of the senate judiciary committee.  (277503)  $36.00

10.          Applebaum, Anne. Gulag A History. Doubleday, 2003. 676 pp. includes material on WW2 and Jewish prisoners. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (237408)   $15.00

11.          Arendt, Hannah. Hannah Arendt Sobre la violencia. Mexico: D.R, 1970. 96 pp. Editorial Joaquin Mortiz.  (277023)               $10.00

12.          Arens, Moshe. Flags Over the Warsaw Ghetto: The Untold Story of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Gefen, 2011. 405 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (277068)               $15.00

13.          Heinz, Arnold (hrsg). Text + Kritik: Zeitschrift fur Literatur: Lion Feuchtwanger. Heft 79/80. Text, 1983. 148 pp. Collection of essays about refugee writer. Very Good. Paperback.  (277015)           $10.00

14.          Bangerter, Lowell. The Bourgeois Proletarian: A Study of Anna Seghers. Bonn: Bouvier Verlag, 1980. 206 pp. good. Hardcover .
Author of the Seventh Cross, fled Nazi Germany and spent war in Mexico.  (276961)          $15.00

15.          Bankier David. Secret Intelligence and the Holocaust; Collected Essays from the Colloquium at the City University of New York. Yad Vashem: Enigma Books, 2006. 379 pp. sfep. Very Good. Paperback.  (277513)                $12.00

16.          Bardakjian, K.B. Hitler and the Armenian Genocide. Zoryan Institute, 1985. 61 pp. sfep. Special Report #3. Good. Paperback.  (277509)         $15.00

17.          Bargad, Warren. ‘To Write the Lips of Sleepers’ The Poetry of Amir Gilboa. Cincinnati: HUC, 1994.  8vo 358 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
A major study of the important Israeli poet. Includes study of his poetry of the War and the Shoah.  (248656)                $27.00

18.          Barnes, Kenneth. Nazism, Liberalism, and Christianity: Protestant Social Thought in Germany and Great Britain: 1925-1937. Lexington: Univ. Press of Kentucky, 1991. 8vo 203 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
(A)  (277032)       $7.00

19.          Bau, Joseph. Dear God, Have You Ever Gone Hungry?: Memoirs. Arcade, 1990. 225 pp. Holocaust memoir of surviving Plaszow and Aushwitz. Contains more than 60 illustartions by the artist including maps of the crakow ghetto and the Plaszow camp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277154)    $30.00

20.          Bauer-Hack, Susanne. Die jüdische Wochenzeitung Aufbau und die Wiedergutmachung. Droste, 1996. 324 pp. cover creased. Good. Paperback.  (277033)           $10.00

21.          Bayer, Issi. 27 Kapitel Judischer Brauchdeutung. Bingen: Selbstverlag und Pennrich, 1935. 148 pp., cover worn, fore edge foxed. Good-. cloth.
27 chapters on Jewish customs, note date of publication.  (277466)           $27.00

22.          Beilis, Mendel. The Story of My Sufferings. NY: Mendel Beilis Publishing, 1926. 264 pp. In English,hinges repaired,book plate, paste remnants on back end papers inscribed by grandson of Beilis. Good. Hardcover .
The accusation of ritual murder in Russia in 1913. Basis for Malamud’s The Fixer. Important work.  (277148)                $30.00

23.          Berger, Solomon. The Jewish Commonwealth of Zborow. NY: Regsol, 1967. 154 pp. dj torn Destruction of the Jewish community. good. Hardback & DJ.
Memorial book of growing up in this town in Eastern Galicia, now part of the Soviet Ukraine, through the First War.  (277439)               $20.00

24.          Bergier Jean Francois chair. Switzerland National Socialism and the Second World War Final Report of the Independent Commission of Experts. Pendo, 2002. 600 pp. library mark on cover and slight library mark on pastedown. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (277719)                $20.00

25.          Bialystok Franklin. Delayed Impact: The Holocaust and the Canadian Jewish Community. Montreal: McGill, 2000. 8vo 326 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.  (277219)               $15.00

26.          Bloom Sol, Chairman, Committee on Foreign Affairs. Rescue of the Jewish and Other Peoples in Nazi-Occupied Territory [Confidential Print]; Extract from Hearings before the Committee on Foreign Affairs House of Representatives. Seventy-Eighth Congress: First Session on H. Res. 350 and H. Res. 352 Resolutions Providing for the Establishment by the Executive of a Commission to Effectuate the Rescue of the Jewish People of Europe. November 26, 1943. Washington DC: USGPO, November 26, 1943. Schoen Books Reprint. Important document establishing means to rescue Jews. 72 pp. reprint. New. Perfect-bound .
reprint  (277743)               $10.00
27.          Bocher Otto. Der alte Friedhof zu Worms. Rheinische Kunststatten, 1984. 12 pp. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (261979)               $15.00

28.          Boelcke, Willi A. (selector and editor). The Secret Conferences of Dr. Goebbels: The Nazi Propaganda War 1939-43. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1970. 364 pp. Translated from the German by Ewald Osers. Spine of dj torn and worn. Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277529)            $15.00

29.          Bohlman, Philip. ‘The Land Where Two Streams Flow’: Music in the German-Jewish Community of Israel. Urbana: Univ. of Illinois, 1989. 8vo 257 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Impact of the refugees on the musical heritage of Israel  (276997)              $10.00

30.          Borwicz, Michal. Piesn Ginacych: Z Dziejow Tworczosci Zydow Pod Hitlerowska Okupacja. Krakow: Central Jewish Hist Comm, 1947. 55 pp. library number on cover and mark on tp. Good. Wrapper.
Song of the Dying: from the history of the creativity of Jews under Hitler occupation  (277328)      $25.00

31.          Botstein, Leon. Quasi una fantasia Juden und die Musikstadt Wien. Wien: Judische Museum Wolke, 2003. 202 pp. exhibition catalog includes material on the Shoah. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (277657)             $40.00

32.          Bourke-White, Margaret. ‘Dear Fatherland, Rest Quietly’ A Report on the Collapse of Hitler’s’ Thousand Years’. NY: Simon and Schuster, 1946. 175 pp. Good +. Hardcover .
Famous Life Magazine photographer, pictures of post War Germany and also the concentration camps and Germans forced to visit the camps after the War . Important work.  (277491)           $18.00

33.          Brodersen, Uwe. Gesetze des NS-Staates.Gehlen-Texte Band 2. Gehlen, 1968. 195 pp. slight library marks. Good. Paperback.  (277200)         $15.00

34.          Bromberg, Norbert & Verna Volz Small. Hitler’s Psychopathology. IUP, 1984. 335 pp.covers rubbed Psychoanalytic study. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277151)              $20.00

35.          Bronfman, Edgar chair. Plunder and restitution: The U.S. and Holocaust victims’ assets : findings and recommendations of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Holocaust Assets in the United States and Staff report. USGPO, 2000. 246 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (277626)  $16.00

36.          Bullock, Marcus Paul. The Violent Eye: Ernst Junger’s Visisons and Revisions on the European Right. Detroit: Wayne State, 1992. 338 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Covers the aftermath of the First War to WW2 to the present  (277458)  $28.00

37.          Carsten, Prof. F L (introduction) Graml, Hermann (editor). The German Resistance to Hitler. Berkeley: University of California, 1970. 280 pp. dj worn and torn. Includes essays by Graml, Mommsen, Reichhardt and Ernst Wolf. Good-. Hardback & DJ.  (277107)    $10.00

38.          Cason, Ben (editor). Holocaust: The Obligation to Remember; The American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors April 11-14 1983. Washington Post, 1983. 67 pp. Filled with photos from the Holocaust and articles. Top corner bumped. Large 8vo. Very Good. Wrapper.  (277283)           $15.00

39.          Cenziper, Debbie. Citizen 865: The Hunt for Hitler’s Hidden Soldiers in America. Hachette, 2019. 300 pp.Spanning seven decades the attempts to deport Nazis from the USA and the work of the Office of Special Investigations and other and the arduous detective work involved. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277632)                $24.00

 40.          Chandler, Andrew (editor). Exile and Patronage – Cross-cultural negotiations beyond the Third Reich. Mittel- und Ostmitteleuropastudien Band 3. LIT, 2006. 212 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (277003) $20.00

41.          Chare, Nicholas. Auschwitz and Afterimages: Abjection, Witnessing and Representation. Tauris, 2011. 194 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (277771)              $238.00

42.          Charny, Israel (editor). The Book of the International Conference on the Holocaust and Genocide. Book One, The Conference Program and Crisis; Towards Understanding. Intervention and Prevention of Genocide. Institute, 1983. 343 pp. taped spine and slight libray mark Proceedings. Good. Paperback.  (277449)             $25.00

43.          Cherry, Robert (editor). Rethinking Poles And Jews: Troubled Past, Brighter Future. Rowman, 2007. 230 pp. slight library marks. Good +. Paperback.  (277209)             $18.00

44.          Comer, Clarke. Eichmann O Assassino de Milhoes. Rio: Editora Do Autor, 1961. 223 pp, number on spine and slight library mark on fep. Good +. Wrapper.
Translated from the English. Written after the Trial  (277037)        $17.00

45.          Connecticut Jewish History Stave Bruce preface. Witness to War 1941-45 The Soviet Jewish Experience. Jewish Historical Society, Summer 2001. Volume three 89 pp. interviews with Jewish soldiers. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (276962)               $15.00

46.          Consistoire central des Israelites de France et d’Algerie (Schwartz I preface). Memorial… : en souvenir de nos rabbins et ministres officiants, victimes de la barbarie nazie (Reprint). Paris: Jacobs, 1947/2013. 52 pp. with pictures , short biographies and their deaths (this is a reprint of the original) Very Good. Wrapper.
Preface by Grand Rabbin Isaie Schwartz and Introduction by Leon Meiss, President of the Consistoire Central of the Jews of France.  (277735)              $18.00

47.          Dekel, Ephraim. Benetevi HaBricha; B’riha: Flight to the Homeland. Marachot, 1959. In Hebrew dj torn 527 pp. Two volumes with photos. good. Hardback & DJ.
Extensive material on the DP camps and rescue work following the Shoah and boats to Palestine..  (277387)                $57.00

48.          Deutsche Bibliothek Frankfurt am Main  Hahner, Mechthild (Redakteur). Deutsches Exilarchiv 1933-1945. Katalog der Bucher und Broschuren. . Metzlersche Verlagsbuchhandlung , 1989. 714 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Extraordinary bibliography containing nearly 7,000 publications of German-speaking emigrants whose books and brochures were published outside Nazi Europe from 1933 to 1950 (including first editions, reprints and translations, books published by emigrants, translated, illustrated or designed, publications by Jewish publishers In Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia after 193o. Concludes with a complete registry of the persons and organizations and the publishers included. Essential reference guide  (277757) $72.00

49.          Deutscher, Isaac. The Non-Jewish Jew and Other Essays. Oxford University Press, 1968. 12mo 164 pp.dj worn and torn Eight essays. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (276864) $25.00

50.          Dicker, Herman. Creativity, Holocaust, Reconstruction: Jewish Life in Wuerttemberg Past and Present. NY: Sepher Hermon Press, 1984. 234 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Dr.Dicker grew up between the Wars in Stuttgart, the capital city of Wuerttemberg,in south western Germany. Wonderful work on the Jewish community including the devastation of the Shoah.  (277122)         $5.00

51.          Diner Dan. Beyond the Conceivable; Studies on Germany, Nazism and the Holocaust. Berkeley: Univ of Calif, 2000. 285 pages In three parts Political Ideology and Historical Context Perceptions of the Holocaust Holocaust Narrattives. Good +. Hardback & DJ.  (277689)     $15.00

52.          Dobroszycki, Lucjan. Survivors of the Holocaust in Poland; A Portrait Based on Jewish Community Records, 1944-1947. Sharpe, 1994. 164 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (278077)          $18.00

53.          Drucker, Peter F. Adventures of a Bystander. Harper & Row, 1978. 344 pp. Ex-library with pocket. Refugee from Nazi Germany, autobiography of life in London and America in the 1930s and 40s. Became important analyst of politics, economics and society. Born in 1909 in Vienna. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277546)          $18.00

54.          Duszak, Stanislaw (editor). Majdanek. 1985: Krajowa Agencja Wydawnicza, 1985. 165 pp. filled with photos. Good +. Hardcover .  (277607)     $20.00

55.          Dynner, Glenn (editor). Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, Volume 27: Jews In The Kingdom of Poland, 1815-1918. Littman, 2015. 443 pp. Collection of essays. Very Good. Paperback.  (277452)       $17.00

56.          Dynner, Glenn (editor). Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, Volume 27: Jews In The Kingdom of Poland, 1815-1918. Littman, 2015. 443 pp. Collection of essays. Very Good. Paperback.  (277454)       $17.00

57.          Eber Irene. The Choice: Poland, 1939-1945. Schocken, 2004. 229 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Returning to her hometown of Mielec and her memories of the Shoah.Her family was murdered and she escaped.  (273083)               $6.00

58.          Eisenstein Miriam. Jewish Schools in Poland 1919-1939 Their Philosophy and Development. Columbia University Press, 1950. 113 pp. Discusses the influences of the various movements behind the schools and curriculum and influence of the Bund and Zionist forces for aliyah. Good +. Hardcover .  (277460)       $36.00

59.          Eisner Ruth. Nicht wir allein., Aus dem Tagebuch einer Berliner Judin. Arani, 1971. 296 pp. library number on dj and slight library mark. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277006)               $10.00

60.          Etzioni, Amitai (inscribed by). My Brother’s Keeper; A Memoir and A Message. Rowman and Littlefield, 2003. 457 pp. Library stamp on fore edge. Inscribed by author. Refugee from Nazi Germany to Palestine. Became a known as the founder of the communitarian movement. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277089)      $20.00

61.          Even-Shoshan, Shlomo. Minsk, ir ve-em (Minsk, Jewish Mother-City) Memorial Anthology Volume One. Jerusalem: The Association of Olim from Minsk and its Surroundings in Israel, 1975. 695 pp. In Hebrew. Good. Hardcover .  (278138)     $25.00

62.          Feuchtwanger, Lion. Die Sohne Roman. Queriod, 1935. 542 pp. Bookplate, cover stained. Good. Hardcover .
Sternfeld DEL pp. 131  (277105)  $15.00

63.          Feuchtwanger, Lion. Vasantasena nach dem Indischen des Konigs Sudraka. Berlin: Maxim Gorki Theater, 1960s. 24 pp. theater production based on writings of Feuchtwanger, contains articles/stories, cover creased,worn. Good. Wrapper.  (277625)         $38.00

64.          Feuchtwanger, Lion. Double, Double, Toil and Trouble. Viking, 1943. 375 pp.Novel based on on the clairvoyant Hanussen. Good condition. Hardcover .
The story itself is built around the figure of a clairvoyant (presumably modelled on Hanussen, who disappeared at a point convenient to the Nasis). Other characters suggest Nazi figures, — Goering, Roshm, Goebbels. But the story itself is so interwoven with the whole panorama of Germany, gradually succumbing to the mesh of Nazi intrigue, that in the final analysis, it is that aspect that stands out. You feel as if you were seeing behind the machinery, through the Reichstag fire; industry and monied interests are caught in the net; women play a dynamic though insidious part. And through the story goes the figure of Oscar Lautensack, clairvoyant, torn between a faith in his own powers and the ever-recurrent temptation to use those powers, and manipulate them to his own ends. (Kirkus review)  (276999)                $23.00

65.          Fiehler Oberburgermeister, Karl. Munchen baut auf – Ein Tatsachen- und Bildbericht uber den nationalsozialistischen Aufbau in der Hauptstadt der Bewegung.NSDAP/Franz Eher, 1937. 198 pp.first few and last few pages have some foxing, filled with picutres of the architecture and rebuilding of Munich, glorifying the accomplishments of the Reich, filled with statistics etc. An example of Nazi propaganda. Good. Hardcover .  (277150)             $68.00

66.          Filderman W, Dr. Memoirs and Diaries. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 2004. 61 pp. new covers slight library mark on fep. Very Good. Wrapper.
Important Romanian Jewish leader who fought for the rights of Jews in Romania and helped prevent their deporation during the Shoah  (277488)          $26.00

67.          Filderman W, Dr. Le probleme du travail national dt la crise du Barreau en Roumaine. Paris: 1937. 61 pp. new covers slight library mark on fep. Very Good. Wrapper.
Has material on the plight of Jews in Romania. Important Romanian Jewish leader who fought for the rights of Jews in Romania and helped prevent their deporation during the Shoah  (277487)              $47.00

68.          Fishbane, Michael (curated by). Samuel Bak Myth Midrash and Mysticism Paintings 1973-1994. Pucker Gallery, 1994. 24 pp. Top corner clight crease. Exhibition catalog of artist who survived the Holocaust and created imagery about his experiences. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (277541)           $20.00

69.          Flade, Roland. Juden in Wurzburg 1918-1933. Historische Verein, 1985. 518 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (266467)               $30.00

70.          Flade, Roland. Die Wurzburger Juden Ihre Geschichte von Mittelalter vis der Gegenwart; Historische Verein. Stuertz, 1987. 518 pp dj torn. Good. Hardcover .  (277317)             $25.00

71.          Flugge, Manfred. Wider Willen im Paradies; Deutsche Schriftsteller im Exil in Sanary sur Mer. Aufbau, 1976. 162 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (277034)               $5.00

72.          Fox, Anne and Podietz Eva Abraham . Ten Thousand Children: True stories told by children who escaped the Holocaust on the Kindertransport. NJ: Behrman House, 1999. 128 pp. signed by Podiez. Good. Paperback.  (277218)                $10.00

73.          Frank Michael. Die letzte Bastion Nazis in Argentinien. Rutten, 1962. 157 pp. slight library marks. Good. Paperback.  (277450)      $20.00

74.          Frank Anne (Moser Barry designer and Joseph Goldyne illustrator). Diary of a Young Girl Het Achteruis. Pennyroyal and Jewish Heritage, , 1985. One of 350 numbered copies signed by the artist, Joseph Goldyne and book designer, Barry Moser. 2 volumes. Illustrated with 10 color etchings each signed by the artist, Joseph Goldyne, tissue guards. Second volume has an extra suite of plates also signed by the artist. Folio, volume One is full gray blind stamped morocco and Volume II is 1/2 gray morocco, slipcase. Magnificent limited edition. Very Good. Grey Morocco.  (270303)               $2,750.00

75.          Franke Hans. Geschichte und Schicksal der Juden in Heilbronn. Vom Mittelalter bis zur Zeit der nationalsozialistischen Verfolgungen. Stadt Heilbronn, 1963. 384 pp. top corners of pages bit bumped. Good. Paperback.  (277655)     $18.00

76.          Franzen, Uwe; Weinke, Wilfried. Wo man Bucher verbrennt… Verbrannte Bucher, verbannte und ermordete Autoren Hamburgs; Burnt books, exiled and murdered authors of Hamburg. Bardowick, 2017. 376 pages large tome The book shows a variety of biographical, private photos of the 21 featured authors. The books, brochures, newspapers, articles … published by the authors are presented as photographic objects in elaborate photo-text-graphic collages An amazing homage to Hamburg authors murdered by the Nazis . Very Good. Hardcover .
Exhibition catalog  (277781)         $45.00

77.          Fraser James and Heller Steven. The Malik-Verlag: 1916 – 1947. Goethe House Farleigh Dickinson, 1984. 86 pp. Includes Heartfield’s work in exile in England and the Aurora Verlag in NY. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (276964)                $25.00

78.          Freidrich, C. J. and Shulman, Marshall and Winkler, Harold, et.al. The Legal Aspects of Freedom of Assembly A Memorandum, and A Special Supplement; “Should Nazis, Communists and other anti-Democratic groups in this country be allowed to meet?” New York: Council for Democracy // Committee of Correspondence, 1940. 38 pp. + 27 pp. Number on spine. Two issues. Good. Wrapper.
“In July, 1940, Henry Luce, C. D. Jackson, Freda Kirchwey, Raymond Gram Swing, Robert Sherwood, John Gunther, Leonard Lyons, Ernest Angell and Carl Joachim Friedrich established the Council for Democracy. According to Kai Bird the organization “became an effective and highly visible counterweight to the isolation rhetoric” to America First Committee led by Charles Lindbergh and Robert E. Wood: “With financial support from Douglas and Luce, Jackson, a consummate propagandist, soon had a media operation going which was placing anti-Hitler editorials and articles in eleven hundred newspapers a week around the country. During the 1940 Presidential Election the isolationist Chicago Tribune accused the Council for Democracy of being under the control of foreigners: “The sponsors of the so-called Council for Democracy… are attempting to force this country into a military adventure on the side of England.” George Seldes also attacked the organization arguing that it was being mainly financed by Henry Luce.” -Spartacus Educational,
https://spartacus-educational.com/USAcouncilDem.htm  (277507)  $75.00

79.          Friedman, Philip. Roads to Extinction: Essays on the Holocaust. NY: JPS, 1980. 8vo 610 pp. dj torn. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Important collection of essays by the ‘father of Jewish Holocaust literature.’  (277624)      $10.00

80.          Frommer Benjamin. National Cleansing Retribution Against Nazi Collaborators in Postwar Czechoslovakia. Cambridge, 2005. 387 pp. Very Good. Paperback.
National Cleansing examines the prosecution of more than one hundred thousand suspected war criminals and collaborators by Czech courts and tribunals after the Second World War. This comprehensive history of postwar Czech retribution provides a new perspective on Czechoslovakia’s transition from Nazi occupation to Stalinist rule in the turbulent decade from the Munich Pact of September 1938 to the Communist coup d’état of February 1948. Based on archival sources that remained inaccessible during the Cold War, National Cleansing demonstrates the central role of retribution in the postwar power struggle and the expulsion of the Sudeten Germans. In contrast to general histories of postwar Czechoslovakia, which have traditionally portrayed retribution as little more than Communist-inspired political justice, this book illustrates that the prosecution of collaborators and war criminals represented a genuine, if deeply flawed, attempt to confront the crimes of the past, including those committed by the Czechs themselves. From the Cambridge University Press Website  (251339)             $20.00

81.          Fry, Varian. Surrender on Demand. NY: Random House, 1945. 243 pages dj torn, label removed from base of dj with remnants remaining,title page evidence of hinge repiar, white stripe along edge. Good condition. Cloth.
The Dramatic story of the Underground Organization set up by Americans in France to Rescue Cultural and Political Refugees  (277837)          $75.00

82.          Galas, Michal (editor). Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, Volume 23: Jews In Krakow. Littman, 2011. 443 pp. Collection of essays. Very Good. Hardcover .  (277453)     $15.00

83.          Geller, Jay. Jews in Post Holocaust Germany 1945-1953. Cambridge, 2005. 330 pp slight mark on fore edge. Very Good. Paperback.  (277008)               $5.00

84.          Gillon Adam editor  inscribed . Poems of the Ghetto A Testament of Lost Men. Twayne, 1969. 96 pp.book plate Poems of survivors of the camps and those who were murdered. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277628)                $40.00

85.          Gliksman, Jerzy. Tell the West; An Eyewitness Account. Gresham Press, 1948. 358 pp. Former owner’s inscription to fep. sfep. Good. Paperback.
Early eye-witness account of a Jewish socialist slave laborer in USSR during the early 1940s..  (277528)      $15.00

86.          (Globe, Dr. Hans). Im Namen der Volker; Auszuge aus dem Protokoll des Prozesses gegen Dr. Hans Globke vor dem Obersten Gericht der DDR. Berlin: DDR, 1963. 238 pp. tears to spine, creases cover, slight librry mark on spine and fep. Good. Wrapper.
Accused of Nazi past  (277330)    $10.00

87.          Godde, Ursula (redaktion). Spurensuche nach judischen Leben in Thuringen. Bad Berka: Thuringer Institut, 2004. 119 pp. filled with articles images of cemeteries interviews with survivors historical overview. Very Good. Paperback.  (277700)      $36.00

88.          Gold, Hugo Hrsg. Brod, Max. Ein Gedenkbuch. 1884-1968. Olamenu, 1969. 320 pp. + pictures, memories of important German Jewish writer who fled Germany for Palestine, was close friend of Kafka and executor of his estate.n0 90/300 ehrenexemplare signed by Gold and given to Guido Kisch . Very Good. Hardcover .  (276944)                $27.00

89.          Goslar Hans (einfuhrung). Hygiene und Judentum Eine Sammelschrift. Dresden: Sternlicht, 1930. 127 pp.new spine and hinges repaired. Fair. Hardcover .
Significant collection of essays re Eastern Jewry, social hygiene, Palestine, the Talmud. By Rabbis and Medical Doctors.  (256986)               $36.00

90.          Gould, Kenneth. They Got the Blame: The Story of Scapegoats in History. NY: Association Press, 1943. 12mo 61 pp. slight library marks taped spine with title on it. good. wrapper.  (277052)         $15.00

91.          Grossmann, Kurt. Germany and Israel: Six Years Luxemburg Agreement. Herzl Institute, 1958. 31 pp. Slight library marks. Herzl Institute Pamflet No. 11 Good-. Wrapper.  (277534)  $15.00

92.          Guterman, Alexander. The Warsaw Jewish Community Between the Two World Wars: National Autonomy Enchained by Law and Reality 1917-1939. Center for History of Polish Jewry/Te Aviv University, 1997. 420 pp. In Hebrew. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277392) $25.00

93.          Hagen, Paul (Frank, Karl). Will Germany Crack? A Factual Report on Germany from Within. NY: Harper, 1942. 283 pp.first edition. good. cloth.
Important work by anti fascist leader who founded Neu Beginnen, refugee in USA, details conditions in Germany.Sternfeld-Tiedemann 142.  (248719)     $25.00

94.          Hartwig, Thomas. Die verheissene Stadt. Deutsch-juedische Emigranten in New York. Gespraeche Eindruecke und Bilder. Arsenal, 1986. Good. Paperback.  (277683)         $10.00

95.          Heller, Reinhold. Stark Impressions: Graphic Production in Germany, 1918-1933. Block Museum, 1994. 358 pp. exhibition catalog corner creased of cover. Very Good. Paperback.  (237550)         $15.00

96.          Hemand, Jost. A Hitler Youth in Poland: The Nazi Children’s Evacuation Program During World War II. NWUP, 1997. 148 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (259555)  $10.00

97.          Herman, Gail. What was the Holocaust? Penguin Workshop, 2019. 106 pp.with 16 pages of photos Written for middle school students by educators and uses Gerda Weissman Klein’s story as an example of one survivor and other examples, with emphasis on the development of the Nazi Party,philosophy the concept of Anti Semitism and then goes through what the Shoah was about.Also tried to make the genocide relevant to the current world situation. I bought this at my supermarket book section of childrens books. Very Good. Paperback.  (276905)               $12.00

98.          Hersey, John. Life Sketches. Knopf, 1989. 367 pp. With a chapter on children of Holocaust survivors Collection of stories of individuals. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277211)   $17.00

99.          Hertrampf, Martin. Kriegsspuren Portrats Deutscher und Russischer Veteranen. Deutsch Russiches Museum, 2005. 140 pp. Includes many Jewish veterans of WW2. Very Good. Paperback.  (277444) $25.00

100.       Herzer Ivan (editor). The Italian refuge: Rescue of Jews during the Holocaust. Catholic University, 1989. 299 pp. with excellent bibliography 12 essays on Jews in Italian Society from Monarcy to Fascim , The Period of the Holocaust, Jewish Refugees in Italy, Jewish Refugees under Italian Occupation, The Vatican and the Jews of Italy. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277564)             $46.00

101.       Hesse Karen signed by and by illustrator. The Cats in Krasinski Square. Scholastic , 2004. 20 pp. imagiined work written for young adults, beautifully illustrated by Wendy Watson of children trapped in the Warsaw Ghetto and their use of cats to outsmart the Nazis. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (276861)               $23.00

102.       Hett Benjamin. Crossing Hitler: The Man Who Put the Nazis on the Witness Stand. Oxford, 2008. 349 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
During the trial of four Nazi paratroopers in 1931, Litten grilled Hitler in a merciless three-hour examination, forcing Hitler into multiple contradictions and evasions and finally reducing him to helpless and humiliating rage. Two years later Hitler was in power, and Litten was sent to the concentration camps of the Third Reich, where he worked on translations of medieval German poetry and operated as a one-man university. After five years of torture and hard labor, Litten gave up hope of survival, and took his own life 1938. (from the blurb)  (248713)          $15.00

103.       Hoffman, Allen. Two for the Devil. NY: Abbeville Press, 1998. 254 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
An absurdist novel of suffering during the Stalin regime and the Holocaust.  (277543)        $10.00

104.       Holczler Moshe. Late Reflections: An Anthology of Holocaust Stories. NY: CIS, 1994. 188 pp.pp. Very good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Written by Holocaust survivor who worked with survivors after the War, his memories of growing up and the Shoah and others surivirors’ recollections of the Shoah.  (277118)            $12.00

105.       Holdheim Gerhard. Der politische Zionismus: Werden, Wesen, Entwicklung. Niedersächsischen Landeszentrale , 1964. 63 pp Includes .Chapters on Blau Weiss and Zionism in Germanydeom 1933-1939, Palestine in Second War. Very Good. Hardcover .
Schriftenreihe der Niedersächsischen Landeszentrale für Politische Bildung, Probleme des Judentums, Heft 4;  (277827)               $25.00

106.       Holzer, Jenny. Friedensdenkmal Erlauf Erlauf Peace Monument. Wien: Lanesregierung, 1995. 88 pp, in three languages concerns the conclusion of the War and the memorial in Vienna. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (276845)                $10.00

107.       Inama Johannes (manager). Rosenthals Collage einer Familiengeschichte; Band I und Band II. Judisches Museum Hohenems, 2002. 105+ 85 pp. Very Good. Spiral Bound.
Materialien zum Ausstellungsprojekt Band 1 und 2, wonderful interviews and photos and documentation concerning the Rosenthal family and their life in Germany and emigrations.  (277538)              $55.00

108.       Institut fur Sozialforschung. Studien uber Autoritat und Vorurteil (Gekurzte deutsche Fassung der Bande I-III und V der “Studies in Prejudice” edited by Max Horkheimer and S H Flowerman) Erster und Zweiter Halbband. Frankufrt: Goethe Universitat, 1953. 739 pp. in two volumes, hinge started, library mark on free end paper and taped number to spine, typed manuscript paper yellowing but not brittle. Good. Hardcover .
Als manuskript verveilfaltigt  (277646)     $175.00

109.       International Refugee Organization Hearings before the Committee on Foreign Relations US Senate on S J Res 77; A Joint resolution providing for membership and participation by the US in the International Refugee Organization and authorizing an appropriation therefor. USGPO, 1947. 48 pp. Had been folded in half. Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (277094)               $25.00

110.       Jablonka, Ivan. A History of the Grandparents I Never Had (Stanford Studies in Jewish History and Culture). Stanford University Press, 2016. 328 pp.Historian trying to uncover his murdered grandparents lives; persecuted as Communists in Poland,refugees in France and then as Jews in Vichy France living underground.reflects onhis orphaned father and the impact on his own raising of a family. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277157)          $17.00

111.       James Harold. The Nazi Dictatorship and the Deutsche Bank. Cambridge, 2004. 283 pp. slight mark on fore edge. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277135)       $20.00

112.       Jareckie, Stephen B. Photographers of the Weimar Republic. Worcester: Worcester Art Museum, 1986. About 30 pp. Exhibition catalogue. Cover corner creased. Wonderful assortment of photographers with annotations. Including: August Sander, Werner Mantz, Laszlo Maholy-Nagy, and Doctor Erich Solomon. Very Good. Paperback.  (277494)               $22.00

113.       Jewish Black Book Committee. The Black Book: The Nazi Crime Against the Jewish People. NY: Jewish Black Book Committee, 1946. 559 pp. dj torn. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Essential work on the Holocaust.  (277356)            $18.00

114.       Jewish Post War Problems: A Study Course. Unit VII : Relief, Reconstruction and Migration. NY: American Jewish Committee, 1943. 12mo 80 pp. good. pamphlet.  (248660)              $25.00

115.       Jones, M S. Der Sturm: A Focus of Expressionism. Columbia: Camden House, 1984. 8vo 275 pp. Very good condition. cloth.
Herwarth Walden et al ; German expressionist periodical  (277463)            $20.00

116.       Judt, Tony. Reappraisals Reflections on the Forgotten Twentieth Century. Penguin, 2008. 447 pp. slight mark on fore edge, collection of essays including on Manes Sperber, Albert Camus, Hannah Arendt, Arthur Koestler. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277661)             $5.00

117.       Julius Anthony. Trials of the Diaspora A History of Anti Semitism in England. Oxford, 2010. 864 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277420)          $18.00

118.       Kandler Eberhard. Der judische Friedhof Harburg. Christians, 2004. 311 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (257539)                $36.00

119.       Katzenfurter Heute . Chapter Aus der Geschichte der ehemaligen judischen Gemeinde Katzenfurts von Horst Keiner. Katzenfurter Verein fur Heimat Geschichte, 2008. pp. 43-68 chapter on history of the Jews in Katzenfurts and their plight during the Shoah, and those who escaped with pictures of the cemetery. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.  (270432)               $30.00

120.       Kempner, Robert. SS im Kreuzverhor. Munchen: Rutten und Loening, 1965. 8vo 304 pp. number taped to spine. Slight library marks. Good +. Paperback.  (277010)                $10.00

 121.       Kempner, Benedicta Maria. Priester vor Hitlers Tribunalen. Munchen: Rotten und Loening, 1966. 496 pp. Good. Hardcover .
Priests who resisted the Nazis.  (277009)                $10.00

122.       Kenna, Constance. Walter Cerf: A Personal Odyssey. Middlebury College Museum of Art, 2007. 272 pp. Jewish philosopher grew up in Weimar Germany and in 1936 left Nazi Germany ,became important academid and philanthropist. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277467)     $26.00

123.       Kirshner, Ann. Sala’s Gift; My Mother’s Holocaust Story. Free Press, 2006. 286 pp. Sala survived five years as a slave in seven different Nazi work camps. 40 years after the war, she rpesented her daughter with letters, photographs and a diary that describe her life during the show. This book is the result. Sala Garncarz. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277511)          $20.00

 124.       Kluger, Ruth. Gelesene Wirklichkeit Fakten und Fiktionen in der Literatur. Wallstein, 2006. 219 pp.essays on the Shoah and Literature. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (276947)               $15.00

125.       Koch-Weser, Erich. Hitler and Beyond: A German Testament. NY: Knopf, 1945. 218 pp. age wear to endpapers. Good. Cloth.
Was head of the German Democratic Party (1924-1930), was German Minister of the Interior and Minister of Justice, died in exile in Brazil. Important work. An analysis of those factors in the German mentality and German history that made possible the rise of Hitlerism and which must be weighed in determining the treatment of Germans after the War.”  (277297) $12.00

126.       Korchak Reizl. Lehavot ba-efer (Flames in Ash). Sifriat Poalim, 1946. 321 pp. lacks corner of cover dj torn  Vilna Ghetto and the destruction of the Shoah In Hebrew with photos. Good-. Hardcover .  (277382)     $18.00

127.       Kosowski             B . Bibliographie der judischen Ausgaben in der Britischen Zone Deutschlands 1945-1950 ביבליאגראפיע פון די יידישע אויסגאבעס אין דער בריטישער זאנע פון דייטשלאנד, 1945־1950 /. Bergen Belsen: : Kulturamt des Zentralkomitee der Befreiten Juden in der Britischen Zone,, 1950. 46 pp facsimiles of the publications  evidence of book plate removal, pen scribble to cover. Good +. Stiff Wrapper.
Important scarce publication of publications in Yiddish in the Displaced Persons Camps  (276862)                $175.00

128.       Krummacher, F. Die Kontroverse Hannah Arendt Eichmann und Die Juden. Munchen: Nymphenburger, 1964. 12mo 238 pp slight library markings. Good. Paperback.  (277005)               $10.00

129.       L’Eglise. Catholique et la Question Juive traduit de l’Allemand. Paris: Denoel, 1938. 62 pp. paper yellowing number on spine and slight library mark on fep. Good. Wrapper.  (248872)            $20.00

130.       Ladd, Brian. The Ghosts of Berlin; Confronting German History In The Urban Landscape. University of Chicago Press, 1997. 271 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .  (277036)     $10.00

131.       Lang, Berel. Heidegger’s Silence. Ithaca: Cornell, 1996. 129 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Discusses Heidegger’s complicity in Nazi politics and his silence after the War about the Shoah.  (277031)                $6.00

132.       Laqueur, Walter. The Changing Face of Anti Semitism; from ancient times to the present day. NY: Oxford UP, 2008. 228 pp. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (277197)     $15.00

133.       Letowsai, Sofia. Into The Abyss. 2019. 66 pp. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Sofia’s story begins in May, 1943, when she was 21 years old and taken into German custody on an otherwise ordinary day trip to Krakow. It then tracks her experience being held in Montelupich prison, and in Part 2, her time at Plaszow concentration camp.Manucscript was written in Polish and recently discovered and translated.  (277149)                $15.00

Toulouse – Books on the Shoah – February 2020

Dear Friends and Colleagues:

It is now seventy five years since the “liberation” of Auschwitz. And the catastrophe, the destruction of European Jewry. Sorrow and remembrance are pervasive.

The parading of the diplomats at Yad Vashem with promises of “Never Again” tears at the heart since we find ourselves in a world filled with genocide. Those pledging vigilance are at times themselves complicit by their actions, or inactions.

In Poland the remembrance was centered on the few remaining survivors and their stories–and a recognition that Anti-Semitism is very present in the world.

What was necessary also was a profound silence and words of prayer.

Better still to present the thriving Jewish communities around the world that persevere with images of the families of survivors; the children, and grandchildren.

May we go from strength to strength in our commitments.

Hazak ve shalom,

Ken Schoen


1. Alpert, Nachum. The Destruction of Slonim Jewry: The Story of the Jews of Slonim During the Holocaust. NY: Holocaust Library, 1989. 377 pp. Very Good-. Paperback.  (274149)            $16.00

2. Arad, Yitzhak. Ghetto in Flames; The Struggle and Destruction of the Jews in Vilna in the Holocaust. Holocaust Library, 1982. 500 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (274208)  $34.00

3. Aster, Howard. Jewish Ukranian Relations: Two Solitudes; New Revised Edition. Oakville: Mosaic Press, 1987. Revised Edition. 92 pp. Very Good +. Paperback.
Historical study  (275132)              $10.00

4. Avigdor Isaac. From Prison to Pulpit Sermons for All Holidays of the Year and Stories from the Holocaust. Horv, 1979. Trained in Poland yeshivot, survived five years in Mauthausen, Sermons relate to his experiences of suffering during the War and the maintenance of his faith. Became important Rabbi in the USA. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274226)               $15.00

5. Baldwin, Peter (editor). Reworking the Past: Hitler, the Holocaust, and the Historians’ Debate. Boston: Beacon Press, 1990. 308 pp.dj torn . good. Hardback & DJ.  (274192)         $16.00

6. Banasiewicz, Czeslaw (compiler and editor). The Warsaw Ghetto: Drawings by Josef Kaliszan. NY: Yoseloff, 1968. large 8vo 110 pp. sfep, dj torn. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
includes 40 drawings.Divided into four sections of ten paintings: The Exodus, The Ghetto, Ghetto Fighting, Massacre.  (275149)               $25.00

7. Bartoszewski, Wladyslaw. The Warsaw Ghetto: A Christian’s Testimony. Boston: Beacon Press, 1987. 12mo 117 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.  (274218)       $12.00

8. Bauer Yehuda. The Jewish Emergence from Powerlessness. Univ of Toronto, 1979. 89 pp, Includes chapter on Rescue attempts in negotiating with the Nazis, the emergence of Zionism and State of Israel. Very Good. Paperback.  (275944)               $15.00

9. Baumel, Judith. Unfulfilled Promise: Rescue and Resettlement of Jewish Refugee Children in the United States, 1934-1945. Denali, 1990. 228 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (274202)            $22.00

10. Beckman, Morris. The Jewish Brigade: An Army with Two Masters 1944-45. NY: Sarpedon, 1998. 159 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Palestinian soldiers fighting with the British during the War.  (274296)      $10.00

11. Berenbaum, Michael. The Holocaust and History: The Known, The Unknown, the Disputed and the Reexamined. Bloomington: USHMM/Indiana UP, 1998. Fifty four scholarly essays. 8vo 836 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.  (274164)       $20.00

12. Berger, Alan. Children of Job: American Second Generation Witnesses to the Holocaust. Albany: SUNY, 1997. 241 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Two trends exploring the particularist and the universalist, also studies the theological and literary legacy.  (274195)                $12.00

13. Bernbaum, Israel. My Brother’s Keeper: The Holocaust Through the Eyes of an Artist. Putnam, 1985. 64 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Drawings of the Warsaw Ghetto.  (274316)           $20.00

14. Biale, David. Power and Powerlessness in Jewish History. NY: Schocken Books, 1988. 12mo 244 pp. Slight tears to dj. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Radical reinterpretation of Jewish history, attacks the myth of Jewish passivity  (275131)    $12.00

15. Blatter, Janet and Sybil Milton. Art of the Holocaust. NY: Rutledge Press, 1981. 272 pp.small book plate. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Over 350 artworks created in ghettos, concentration camps, and in hiding by victims of the Nazis.Important reference work  (274450)  $25.00

16. Bloch Joshua. Nazi Germany and the Jews; An annotated bibliography. AJC, 1936. 41 pp bookplate ex library with markings. Good. Wrapper.Reprinted from AJYB 5697  (275320)        $12.00

17. Blum, Howard. Wanted! The Search for Nazis in America. NY: Quadrangle, 1977. 8vo 254 pp.dj chipped. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275185)      $9.00

18. Bor, Josef. The Terezin Requiem. London: Heinemann, 1963. 112 pp.dj torn owner stamp . Good. Hardback & DJ.
Homage to the memory of the conductor Raphael Schachter and the 500 artists who performed Verdi’s Requiem at Terezin.  (274194)             $15.00

19. Breitman. Richard. FDR and the Jews. Harvard University Press, 2013. 433 pp. Very Good in very good dust-jacket. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274198)            $18.00

20. Bryks, Rachmil (inscribed by). Al Kiddush Hashem Sippurim (Sanctification of Gods Name Novel). HaDoar, 1970. 176 pp. in Hebrew, seems to be expanded edition in Hebrew. Very Good. Hardcover .
Memoir of the Lodz Ghetto and Auchwitz death camp.  (261471)                $65.00

21. Bryks, Rachmil. Kiddush Hashem. Behrman, 1977. 113 pp contains Cat in the Ghetto. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Memoir of the Lodz Ghetto and Auchwitz death camp.  (275115)                $15.00

22. Bukiet, Melvin Jules. After: A Novel. NY: St. Martin’s Press, 1996. 8vo 384 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Novel of survivors after the War and their schemes with the black market. By author of While Messiah Tarries.  (274213)               $15.00

23. Burstin, Barbara. After the Holocaust: The Migration of Polish Jews and Christians to Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, 1989. 219 pp. tape on spine . Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275113)  $10.00

24. Cargas, Harry. When God and Man Failed: Non Jewish Views of the Holocaust. Macmillan, 1981. 238 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (276252)             $20.00

25. Cargas, Harry James (editor). Voices from the Holocaust. Denver: Stonehenge, 1981. 12mo 203 pp.slight library mark and number on spine. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
collection of essays  (275098)      $10.00

26.  Cesarani, David. Arthur Koestler: The Homeless Mind. NY: Free Press, 1998. 8vo 646 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Controversial biography of author of Darkness at Noon. Explores the meaning of his Jewishness and his anti fascist work.  (262559)               $10.00

27. Cohen, Elie. The Abyss: A Confession. NY: Norton, 1973. 111 pp . Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
By the author of Human Behavior in the Concentration Camp. Personal account of his survival in the camp and reasons.  (274157)            $12.00

28. Curiel, Roberta. The Ghetto of Venice. NY: Tauris Parke, 1990. 176 pp. beautifully illustrated large work. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275126)             $18.00

29. Davidson, Eugene. The Nuremberg Fallacy: Wars and War Crimes Since World War II Why the UN and the Nuremberg Doctrines do not keep the peace. NY: Macmillan, 1973. 5th. 330 pp.owner stamp on free end papers and discard written in pen on paste down. Good. Hardback & DJ.  (274196)    $12.00

30. Davis, Mike. Late Victorian Holocausts; El Nino Famines and the Making of the Third World. Verso, 2001. 464 pp. Very Good +. Hardback & DJ.  (275120)            $12.00

31. Dicker, Herman. Piety and Perseverance: Jews from the Carpathian Mountains. NY: Sepher Hermon, 1981. 225 pp. Good. Paperback.
Includes chapters on the Holocaust and the aftermath  (275207) $15.00

32. Dicks, Henry. Licensed Mass Murder: A Socio-Political Study of Some S.S. Killers. Sussex University, 1972. 283 pp. dj worn and slightly chipped. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275760)        $23.00

33. Dobroszycki, Lucjan, (editor). The Chronicle of the Lodz Ghetto 1941-44. New Haven: Yale, 1984. Day by day reports of life in the Ghetto. Documents. 8vo 551 pp. dj torn. Good. Hardback & DJ.  (275687)       $10.00

34. Dorian, Emil. The Quality of Witness: A Romanian Diary: 1937-1944. Phil: JPS, 1982. Roumanian Jewish Doctor’s diary. 8vo 350 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.  (265947)                $9.00

35. Eisner, Will. The Plot; The secret story of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Norton, 2005. introduction by Umberto Eco 148 pages . Very good condition. Hardback & DJ.
told in the form of a graphic novel  (275964)         $17.00

36. Elon, Amos. Journey through a Haunted Land: The New Germany. Holt, 1967. 259 pp. Good. Hardcover .  (274159)               $10.00

37. Epstein, Benjamin, translator. Thomas Masaryk and the Jews: A Collection of Essays. NY: Pollak, 1941. 283 pp. number 31/100 patron edition spine torn and along sides of spine endpaper stained. good. cloth.
Masayryk was ,founder of the Czech Republic and a defender of the rights of his Jewish citizens.  (275199)                $18.00

38. Epstein, Leslie. King of the Jews. N.Y.: Coward, McCann and Geoghegan, 1979. 8vo 350 pp. Very Good-. Hardback & DJ.novel of IC Trumpelman head of the Judenrat and tragic decisions  (274178)          $5.0

 39. Ericksen, Robert (editor). Betrayal: German Churches and the Holocaust. Fortress Press, 1999. 224 pp. slight library marks. Very Good. Paperback.  (275104)  $10.00

40. Etty, Hillesum. An Interrupted Life; The Diaries of Etty Hillesum. New York: Pantheon, 1983. Introduction by J. G. Gaarlandt, translation by Arno Pomerans. Very Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275121)      $15.00

41. Evans, Richard. In Hitler’s Shadow : West German Historians and the Attempt to Escape from the Nazi Past. Pantheon, 1989. 195 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274156) $12.00

 42. Evans, Richard. Lying about Hitler: History Holocaust and the David Irving Trial. NY: Basic Books, 2001. 318 pp. Ex-library with bookplate. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.  (274250)  $10.00

 43. Faching, Darrell. Narrative Theology after Auschwitz : From Alienation to Ethics. Fortress, 1992. 198 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (274158)         $12.00

44. Farmer, Sarah. Martyred Village: Commemorating the 194 Massacre at Oradour sur Glane. Berkeley: Univ. of Cali, 1999. 300 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Site of Nazi massacre of 642 men women and children. Today set up as a monument to French suffering under the Nazis.  (275168) $10.00

45. Feldman, Egal. The Dreyfus Affair and the American Conscience 1895-1905. Wayne State, 1981. 187 pp. Very Good-. Hardback & DJ.  (275173)                $12.00

46. Fink, Ida. A Scrap of Time. Pantheon, 1987. 166 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.A collection of stories of Poland during the Holocaust.Fink, was hidden in Poland during the War,emigrated to Israel in’67.  (274397) $12.00

47. Fleming, Gerald. Hitler and the Final Solution. Berkeley: Univ. of California, 1984. 219 pp. dj chipped. Very Good in Good DJ. Hardback & DJ.
Study that proves that the Final Solution was deliberately designed and personally willed and ordered by Hitler  (274248)               $10.00

48. (French Jewry) Bredin, Jean Denis. The Affair: The Case of Alfred Dreyfus. NY: Braziller, 1986. 628 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Comprehensive, sensitive and balanced account of the Dreyfus Affair.  (275301)  $15.00

49. (French Jewry) Adler, Jacques. The Jews of Paris and the Final Solution; Communal response and internal conflicts, 1940-1944. N.Y.: Oxford University Press, 1987. 310 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275156)                $10.00

50. (French Jewry) Burns, Michael. Dreyfus: A Family Affair: 1789-1945. NY: Harper, 1991. 8vo 576 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
History of the family spanning six generations, from the French Revolution to the Vichy regime.  (275195)               $9.00

51. (French Jewry) Chapman, Guy . The Dreyfus Case; A Reassessment. London: Rupert Hart Davis, 1955. 399 pp. library stamp fep and pen writing. good. Hardback & DJ.  (275194)             $12.00

52. (French Jewry) Chapman, Guy. The Dreyfus Trials. NY: Stein and Day, 1972. 1st. 282 pp. scholalry work. Good +. Hardback & DJ.  (275172)              $9.00

53. (French Jewry) Cobb, Richard. French and Germans: Germans and French: A Personal Interpretation of France under Two Occupations 1914-1918/ 1940-1944. Hanover: UPNE, 1983. 188 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.  (275174)                $18.00

54. (French Jewry) Cohen, Richard. The Burden of Conscience: French Jewry’s Response to the Holocaust. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1987. 237 pp.dj tears. Very Good-. Hardback & DJ.  (275176)     $10.00

55. (French Jewry) Curtis, Michael. Verdict on Vichy: Power and Prejudice in the Vichy Regime. Arcade, 2002. Octavo in dust jacket, xx, 419 pp., maps, b/w illustrations, fate of some of the collaborators, select bibliography, notes, index . Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275157)     $10.00

56. (French Jewry) Friedman, Lee. Zola and The Dreyfus Case: His Defense of Liberty and Its Enduring Significance. Beacon, 1937. 61 pp.+ appendix dj torn and worn beautifully produced work. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275180)               $23.00

57. (French Jewry) Goldman, Pierre. Dim Memories of a Polish Jew born in France. NY: Viking, 1975. 230 pp. good. Hardback & DJ.
son of Resistance fighters during the War, he took on a life of crime in the 1970s-his story  (275165)            $15.00

58. (French Jewry) Gordon, Bertram. Collaborationism in France During the Second World War. Cornell, 1980. 393 pp. dj creased. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
The acceptance of fascism as an ideology and the pro Axis groups working in France  (275167)       $16.00

59. (French Jewry) Halasz, Nicholas . Captain Dreyfus: The story of a mass hysteria. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1955. 275 pp. dj very torn. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275201)    $10.00

60.          (French Jewry) Hoffman Robert. More Than a Trial: The Struggle over Captain Dreyfus. Free Press, 1980. 247 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275161)   $10.00

61.          (French Jewry) Hyman, Paula. From Dreyfus to Vichy: The Remaking of French Jewry: 1906-1939. NY: Columbia, 1989. 338 pp. dj chipped. Good +. Hardback & DJ.  (275160)     $12.00

62. (French Jewry) Josephs, Jeremy. Swastika Over Paris–The Fate of the Jews in France. New York: Arcade Publishing, 1989. 192 pp.well researched. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (272441)

63. (French Jewry) Levy, Claude. Betrayal at the Vel d’Hiv. NY: Hill and Wang, 1969. 12mo 283 pp. , dj chipped. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.The roundup of the non French Jews during the German occupation.Important work.  (275166)   $22.00

64. (French Jewry) Lewis, David. Prisoners of Honor: The Dreyfus Affair. Morrow, 1973. 345 pp. scholarly work. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275181)             $10.00

65. (French Jewry) Lindemann, Albert. The Jew Accused: Three Anti-Semitic Affairs: Dreyfus, Beilis, Frank: 1894-1915. NY: Cambridge, 1993. 301 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275171)          $15.00

66. (French Jewry) Lottmann, Herbert. The People’s Anger: Justice and Revenge in Post Liberation France. NY: Hutchinson, 1986. 329 pp. Very Good-. Hardback & DJ.  (275158)                $15.00

67. (French Jewry) Malino Frances and Wasserstein Bernard (editors). The Jews in Modern France. Brandeis, 1985. 348 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275179)   $20.00

68. (French Jewry) Marrus, Michael & Paxton, Robert. Vichy France and the Jews. NY: Basic Books, 1981. 8vo 432 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.  (275483)               $10.00

69. (French Jewry) McKay Donald (editor). The Dreyfus Case by the Man Alfred Dreyfus and his son: Pierre Dreyfus. New Haven: Yale UP, 1937. 8vo 300 pp. Good. Hardcover .  (275177)       $15.00

70. (French Jewry) Miller Arthur. Incident at Vichy. Penguin, 1985. 70 pp. Roundup of Jews in Vichy France and the response lives of the arrested. Very Good. Paperback.
Howard Taubman called it the most important play of its time  (275163) $7.00

71. (French Jewry) Paleologue, Maurice. An Intimate Journal of the Dreyfus Case. Criterion Books, 1957. 317 pp. dj torn bookplate. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Liaison between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Army during the Dreyfus Affair  (275196)   $10.00

72. (French Jewry) Pryce-Jones, David. Betrayal: France, The Arabs and the Jews. NY: Encounter, 2006. 169 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.  (275162)       $12.00

73. (French Jewry) Schechter, Betty. The Dreyfus Affair: A National Scandal. Houghton, 1965. 257 pp. covers worn. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275178)          $10.00

74. (French Jewry) Szajkowski, Zosa. Jewish Education in France: 1789-1939. NY: Columbia, 1980. 8vo 66 pp. Very Good. Hardcover.
Jewish Social Studies Monograph Series: Number 2  (275170)        $15.00

75. Friedenson, Joseph. Heroine of Rescue: The incredible story of Recha Sternbuch who saved thousands from the Holocaust. Brooklyn: Mesorah, 1984. 320 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Working from Switzerland, this observant Jewish woman worked against the authorities to rescue Polish Jewry .  (276186)               $15.00

76. Friedlander, Judith. Vilna on the Seine; Jewish Intellectuals in France Since 1968. New Haven: Yale, 1990. 249 pp. Very Good +. Hardback & DJ.
“A daring and original way of bringing together two disparate worlds of modern Jewish history.” –Benjamin Harshav  (275492)               $7.00

77. Furet, Francois. Unanswered Questions -Nazi Germany and the Genocide of the Jews. NY: Schocken, 1989. 392 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (266252)       $8.00

78. Gelman, Charles (inscribed by). Do Not Go Gentle; A Memior of Jewish Resistance in Poland, 1941-1945. Archon, 1989. 226 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275123)      $15.00

79. Gerhart, Eugene. America’s Advocate: Robert H. Jackson. Bobbs Merill, 1958. 544 pp. dj torn 140 pp. dealing with Nuremberg and War and the Rule of Law. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
New Deal Advocate, Supreme Court Justice, Nuremberg prosecutor  (272964)            $23.00

80. Goldberg, Izaak. The Miracles versus Tyranny, The Fight for Life and Death between the Jewish People and the Nazis. Philosophical Library, 1978. 590 pp. dj worn and torn. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274148) $17.00

81. Grossman, Mendel. With a Camera in the Ghetto. Tel Aviv: Ghetto Fighter’s House, 1970. unpaginated, about 30 pp. extraordinary photos, in Hebrew, interesting to compare translation to English edition, small bookplate on fep. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Photos taken in the Lodz Ghetto.  (275671)           $15.00

82. Gruber, Ruth. Haven; The Unknown Story of 1000 World War II Refugees. Coward, 1983. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275777)          $15.00

83. Grusa, Jiri. Franz Kafka of Prague. Schocken, 1983. 125 pp. filled with illustrations, ex library with pocket, back cover creased. Good +. Paperback.  (275673)        $15.00

84. Hass, Aaron. In the Shadow of the Holocaust: The Second Generation. Ithaca: Cornell, 1990. 12mo 180 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Psychological study of the children of Holocaust survivors.  (274190)         $15.00

85. Henderson, Neville. Failure of a Mission Final Exposure of Hitler. Hodder, 1940. 318 pp..fore edge foxed some staining. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Henderson was British Ambassador to Nazi Germany from 1937-1939  (275022)  $20.00

86. (Herman) Noren, Catherine Hanf. The Camera of My Family: The 100 year album of a German Jewish Family. NY: Knopf, 1976. Oblong 8vo 240 pp. dj torn and worn, wear along edges of cover. good. Hardback & DJ.
Photos and momentos of five generations from their lives in Germany before the turn of the century to the American presence.  (275674)         $15.00

87. Hilberg, Raul. The Destruction of the European Jews. Quadrangle, 1961. Fourth Printing. 790 pp. Good-. Hardcover .  (274339)     $45.00

88. Hirshaut, Julien. Jewish Martyrs of Pawiak. NY: Holocaust Library, 1982. 252 pp. Very Good. Paperback.
Prison used by the Nazis to torture and kill Polish underground workers and Jews hiding on the Aryan side.  (274209)                $10.00

89. Hitler, Adolf. My Battle. Houghton Mifflon, 1933. Previous owner’s name in pen on fep. Cover and title worn, still legible. Good. Hardcover .  (275796) $60.00

90. Hoffman, Eva. Shtetl: The Life and Death of a Small Town and the World of Polish Jews. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1997. 267 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Study of Bransk in Eastern Poland, based on the documentary Shtetl  (274451)     $7.00

91. Kahane, David. Lvov Ghetto Diary. Massachusetts, 1990. 160 pp. Slight wear to corners of dj. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274298)          $15.00

92. Kaplan, Alice. The Collaborator: The Trial and Execution of Robert Brasillach. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago, 2000.  8vo 308 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
French writer who collaborated with the Nazis: his trial, execution and afterlife as a martyr for French rightists.  (248939)               $10.00

93. Kaplan, Alice. The French Lessons: A Memoir. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago, 1993. 216 pp. her autobiographical journey to discover her roots and as a Jew and grapple with De Man as collaborator and the meanings of fascism bildungsroman. Very Good-. Hardback & DJ.  (275981)     $10.00

94. Kaplan, Harold. Conscience and Memory: Meditations in a Museum of the Holocaust. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago, 1994. 213 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.  (274189)     $6.00

95. Karski, Jan. Story of a Secret State. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1944. 391 pp. dj torn and worn. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
By the man who was courier between secret state in Poland and exile Polish government in London. Details existence of concentration camps and destruction of Jewry.  (275807)          $10.00

96. Katz, Robert. Black Sabbath; A Journey Through A Crime Against Humanity. Macmillan, 1969. 396 pp. dj creased. Concerns the RAZZIA. The roundup of the Jews of Rome by the Nazis in 1943. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274334)               $15.00

97. Katz, Robert. Death in Rome. NY: Macmillan, 1967. 334 pp. The Nazi reprisal murder of hundreds in the Ardennes caves for a partisan attack in Rome. Pope Pius it is claimed did not act to intervene 12mo . Good +. Hardback & DJ.  (275306)  $15.00

98. Keller, Ulrich (editor). The Warsaw Ghetto In Photographs 206 Views Made in 1941. Dover, 1984. 130 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (274731)         $15.00

99. Kirschner, Robert, (translator and notes by). Rabbinic Responsa of the Holocaust Era. NY: Schocken Books, 1985. 192 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274160)       $12.00

100. Kovaly, Heda. The Victors and the Vanquished. NY: Horizon Press, 1973. 275 pp. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Details her survival of Auschwitz and the Communist rule of Czechoslovakia , the Slansky Trial and execution of husband R. Margolius.  (276174)                $10.00

101. Laqueur, Walter. Thursday’s Child Has Far to Go: A Memoir of the Journeying Years. NY: Scribner, 1992. 8vo 418 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Scholar’s journey from Breslau to Palestine to Wiener Library. Portrait of Jewish life in 20th century.  (275198)                $15.00

102. Lawler, Justice (editor). Anti-Semitism / Middle East / Feminism. Continuum, 1990. 210 pp. Many articles concerning the Holocaust. Very Good. Paperback/Periodical.  (274234)    $12.00

103. Lesser, Jeffrey. Welcoming the Undesirables Brazil and the Jewish Question. Californi, 1995. 280 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (275208)         $15.00

104. Liptzin, Solomon. Germany’s Stepchildren. Phil.: JPS, 1944. 2nd. 298 pp. dj torn. Good +. cloth.Chapters on Schnitzler, Rathenau, Lessing, Wassermann, Zweig, etc.  (274976)     $7.00

105. Mackness, Robin. Massacre at Oradour. Random House, 1988. 165 pp. Nazi massacre of most of the villagers of this remote village in sw France. Mackness was compelled to determine the reasons for the massacre. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275169)          $15.00

106. Malle, Louis. Au revior les enfants & Lacombe, Lucien. faber and faber, 1989. 159 pp. About children being hidden during the Holocaust. Very Good. Paperback.  (274240)    $10.00

107. Mazor, Michel. The Vanished City: Everyday Life in the Warsaw Ghetto. NY: Marsilio, 1993. 12mo 188 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.  (274207) $7.00

108. Metzger, Therese. Jewish Life In The Middle Ages. Alpine, 1982. 315 pp. Filled with color illustrations. Coffee table-type book. In a box. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275672)               $20.00

109. Minear, Richard . Dr. Seuss Goes to War: The World War II Editorial Cartoons of Theodor Seuss Geisel. New Press, 1999. 272 pp. sfep. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275965)               $18.00

110. Morgenstern, Soma. The Third Pillar. Philadelphia: JPS, 1955. 151 pp.torn dj bookplate. good. Hardback & DJ.
Refugee author. Important allegory of the Holocaust. Under appreciated work  (258313) $10.00

111. Naumann, Bernd. Auschwitz: Bericht uber die Strafsache gegen Mulka u.a. vor dem Schwurgericht Frankfurt. Frankfurt: Athanaeum, 1965. 552 pp. slight library mark on fep and spine. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (276131)                $15.00

112. Nelson, Christine. Drawing Babar: Early Drafts and Watercolors. Morgan Library, 2008. 164 pages. A comprehensive study of the composition of the first book by each of Babar’s two authors father and son Jean and Laurent de Brunhoff complete with over two hundred color photographs of manuscript drafts and drawings, transcriptions of all preliminary and final French text along with English translations, and two illustrated essays that provide the cultural context of one of the most successful children’s series of all time. Very Good. Paperback.  (257098)               $25.00

113. Newman, Louis. A “Chief Rabbi” of Rome Becomes a Catholic; A Study in Fright and Spite. Renascence, 1945. 253 pp. Dj torn, repaired with scotch tape. Story of Israel Zolli and his role during the Nazi occupation of Rome, his hiding with a Catholic family, descension by the Rome Jewish Community over his conduct and his apostasy to Catholicism. Issues of his relationship with the Gestapo discussed. Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274065)                $18.00

114. Nicosia, Frank. The Third Reich and the Palestine Question. NJ: Tauris, 2000. 319 pp. Lacks free end paper. Very Good. Hardcover .  (274246)        $15.00

115. Niger, S. Kidush ha-Shem: a zamlung geklibene, oft gekirtste barikhtn, briv, khronikes, tsavoes, oyfshriftn, legendes, lider, dertseylungen, dramatishe, stsenes, eseyen, vosmoln. oys mesires-nefesh in undzere un oykh in frierdike tsaytn/ Kiddush Hashem (Martyrdom): A Selection of testimonies, chronicles, letters, wills, inscriptions, poems, legends, stories, dramatic sketches and essays pertaining to Jewish martyrdom in our and bygone days. CYCO, 1948. 1102 pp. spine worn. Good. Hardcover .  (275027) $12.00

116. Patai, Raphael. Apprentice in Budapest: Memories of a World that is No more. Salt Lake City: Univ of Utah, 1988. 8vo 526 pp. dj chipped. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Growing up Jewish in Hungary in the 20th century and leaving in late 1930s. Moving work.  (275217)         $12.00

117. Payney, Robert. The Life and Death of Trotsky. McGraw, 1977. 498 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274200)               $15.00

118. Pell, Jospeh. Taking Risks: A Jewish Youth in the Soviet Partisans and His Unlikely Life in California. Magnes, 2004. 228 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (274263)  $15.00

119. Potter, Lou (inscribed by). Liberators Fighting on Two Fronts in World War II. HBJ, 1992. 304 pp. African-Americans fighting in the war. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274733)      $15.00

120. Ramati, Alexander. The Assisi Underground: The Priests who Rescued Jews. NY: Stein and Day, 1978. 8vo 181 pp.dj chipped. Good. Hardback & DJ.  (276332)   $15.00

121. Roiphe, Anne. A Season for Healing: Reflections on the Holocaust. NY: Summit, 1988. Examines the impact of the Holocaust on Jews and their relationship to their faith and to the Christian world. 12mo 220 pp. Very Good in Good DJ. Hardback & DJ.  (274245)           $10.00

122. Rothkirchen Livia (editor). Yad Vashem Studies, Volume VIII. Yad Vashem, 1970. 231 pp dj torn. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274204)          $12.00

123. Rurup, Reinhard (editor). Topography of Terror: Gestapo, SS and Reichssicherhitshauptamt on the ‘Prinz Albrecht Terrain’ A Documentation. Berlin: Arenhovel, 1995.  236 pp. top corners bumped . Good +. wrapper.  (274252)               $15.00

124. Saidel, Rochelle. The Outraged Conscience: Seekers of Justice for Nazi War Criminals in America. Albany: SUNY, 1984. 246 pp. Very Good. Paperback.  (274249)     $10.00

125. Scholder, Klaus. A Requiem for Hitler: and other new perspectives on the German church struggle. Phil: Trinity Presss, 1989. 203 pp. good. Paperback.  (274162)               $10.00

126. Shawcross, William. The Quality of Mercy; Cambodia, Holocaust and Modern Conscience. Simon & Schuster, 1984. 462 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274243)       $12.00

127. Shermer, Michael and Grobman, Alex. Denying History: Who Says the Holocaust Never Happened and Why do they say it? Berkeley: Univ of Calif, 2000. 312 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
A study of the Holocaust denial movement. Trying to understand their motives and refuting their arguments  (274191)                $10.00

128. Shifrin, Avraham. The First Guidebook to Prisons and Concentration Camps of the Soviet Union. Bantam, 1980. 391 pp. Good. Paperback.  (274168)         $15.00

129. Singer, P.E. They Did Not Fear. NY: Beechhurst Press, 1952. 250 pp. good. Hardback & DJ.
Documentary novel of Viennese Jewish partisan fighter during the Shoah.  (275798)          $10.00

130. Sokolsky, George. We Jews. NY: Doubleday,Doran and Co, 1935. 304 pp. Covers worn. Good. Cloth.
Explains Judaism and different attitudes and policies towards the Jews throughout the world  (275769)    $10.00

131. Solomon, K. (assistant director) reprint. KZ Bildbeicht aus funf Konzentrationslagern. American Office of War Information/Crawford Witness, 1945/1983. Reprint. Reprint of the original Governement Document. 47 pp. 27 pages in German 10 pages in English 10 pages in Spanish (translations) Photographs of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camps. Horrific images and explanatory text. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Witness to the Holocaust Project series #5 reprint  (274315)         $47.00

132. Spalek, John (editor). Lion Feuchtwanger: The Man His Ideas His Work; A collection of critical essays. Hennessey, 1972. 328 pp. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Constituting the first attempt in any language to present a comprehensive view of the achievement of Lion Feuchtwanger, a man frequently described as the most important German historical novelist of the 20th century. The 18 contributors to this work, all specialists in this area of German literature, deal with the important aspects of the man and his literary output, including the theoretical writings as well as the novels and dramas. (from the blurb)  (276173)               $10.00

133. Survivors Speak Out. Gefen, 1989. 96 pp. about t 40 presentations, inscribed by Hana Greenfield one of the survivors. Good +. Hardcover .  (274165)                $15.00

134. Sweets, John. Choices in Vichy France: The French Under Nazi Occupation. NY: Oxford UP, 1986.  306 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.  (275484) $10.00

135. Syrkin, Marie. The State of the Jews; An Evolving Account of the Jewish Experience Since the Holocaust. New Republic, 1980. 368 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274229)   $15.00

136. Szaluta, Jacques (inscribed by). Petain For and Against. Vantage, 1973. 62 pp. dj creased. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275164)     $18.00

137. Szpilman, Wladyslaw. The Pianist. Picador, 1999. 212 pp. A memoir of someone who survived the Shoah playing piano for a nazi officer. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274215)     $12.00

138. Trepman, Paul. Among Men and Beasts. NY: Yoseloff, 1978. 230 pp., Dj creases slightly. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Describes the start of the War, life in Warsaw, the Warsaw Ghetto and survival through internment in six camps.  (274217)               $12.00

139. Troper, Harold. Old Wounds; Jews Ukranians, and the Hunt for Nazi War Criminals in Canada. UNC, 1989. 433 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274267)            $15.00

140. Tushnet, Leonard. The Uses of Adversity: Studies of Starvation in the Warsaw Ghetto. NY: Thomas Yoseloff, 1966. 1st. 108 pp. Very Good in good dust-jacket. Hardback & DJ.  (274211)           $18.00

141. Vaksberg, Arkady. Stalin Against the Jews. NY: Knopf, 1994. 308 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Includes material on the Jewish Anti fascist Committee and the Holocaust.  (274201)         $10.00

142. Webster, Paul. Petain’s Crime: The Full Story of French Collaboration in the Holocaust. Chicago: Ivan Dee, 1990. 225 pp. Very Good-. Hardback & DJ.  (275491)         $8.00

143. Weinberg, Jeshajahu. The Holocaust Museum in Washington. NY: Rizzoli, 1995. 200 pp. Very Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275659)          $20.00

144. Whiteman Dorit bader. Escape via Siberia: A Jewish Child’s Odyssey of Survival. NY: Holmes and Meier, 1999. 219 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
From Poland to Siberia to Tashkent to Persia to Pakistan and finally to Palestine with 900 Jewish children during WW2  (275740)               $30.00

145. Wiesenthal, Simon. Justice Not Vengeance. Grove Weidenfeld, 1989. 371 pp. Describes the life of Simon Wiesenthal and how he brought so many Nazi war criminals to justice. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274242)                $10.00

146. Wise, James and Lee Levinger. Mr. Smith, Meet Mr. Cohen… Reynal, 1940. 180 pp. Explaining what Judaism is to a Christian in light of world events. Good. Hardcover .  (274227)             $15.00

147. Witlock, Flint. Given Up For Dead; American GI’s in the Nazi Concentration Camp at Berga. Westview, 2003. 283 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (274223)   $10.00

148. Wortsman, Peter (inscribed by). A Modern Way to Die; Small Stories & Microtales. Fromm, 1991. 220 pp. Inscribed. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275122)              $15.00

149. Wykert, John (preface). The Book of Alfred Kantor. NY: McGraw Hill, 1971. 20+128 plates dj torn writing on fep internally clean. good. Hardback & DJ.
Drawings of the camps by a survivor of Terezin, Auschwitz and Schwarzheide. In color  (253565)   $15.00

150. Zayas, Alfred De. The Wehrmacht War Crimes Bureau, 1939-1945. Nebraska, 1989. 363 pp. Cover creased. Good +. Paperback.  (274286)      $10.00

151. Zeldis-Mcdonough, Yona; Zeldis, Malcah. Anne Frank. Friedman, 1996. 91 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.  (275802)               $25.00

“Prozdor” – Books on the Shoah – December 2019

Dear Colleagues:

Thank you for reviewing this current list of out of print books on the Shoah. We appreciate in this time of instant messaging your actually going through a list to find books of interest. It  is an intellectual investment and commitment.

We are dedicated to finding significant books and placing them to the homes of readers, scholars and libraries

As Hanukkah approaches may we rededicate our selves to create more just and compassionate communities. I am reminded of the words written by Pastor Martin Niemoeller in 1946:

First they came for the Communists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Communist

Then they came for the Socialists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Socialist

Then they came for the trade unionists
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a trade unionist

Then they came for the Jews
And I did not speak out
Because I was not a Jew

Then they came for me
And there was no one left
To speak out for me

Shalom ve Chag Sameah,

Ken Yekutiel Schoen


1. Adler, H.G. Die Verheimlichte Wahrheit: Theresienstadter Dokumente. Tubingen: Mohr, 1958. 8vo 373 pp.number taped to dj and slight library mark to fep. good. Hardback & DJ.
Very important work on the camp.Filled with documents and commentary and section of Art painted in the camp. (276931) $36.00

2. An-Ski . חורבן היהודים בפולין, גליציה ובוקובינה / Hurban ha-Yehudim be-Polin, Galitsyah u-Bukovinah…Helek Rishon; Der Yidisher Hurban fun Poylen Galitsye un Bukovina. Tel Aviv: Shtibl, 1930. 99 pp. ex library with markings and book plate,small tape on bottom spine, hinge starting. Good. Hardcover . (275397) $48.00

3. (Anti-Semitism) Seiden, Morton. The Paradox of Hate: A Study of Ritual Murder. NY: Yoseloff, 1967. 260 pp.dj tears . Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Anti-Semitism as the unconscious ritual drama of suicide and infanticide acted out by the anti-semite and his victim. (275578) $18.00

4. Asch, Sholem. One Destiny; An Epistle To The Christians. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1945. Name of previous owner in pen on fep, dj very torn. Fair. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275557) $10.00

5. Asmus, Sylvia hrsg. Rudolf Olden. Journalist gegen Hitler – Anwalt der Republik. Deutschen Nationalbibliothek,, 2010. 176 pp, Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Eine Ausstellung des Deutschen Exilarchivs 1933 – 1945 (276366) $42.00

6. Aszendorf, Israel; Ashendorf, Alexander (editor). The Collected Poems of Israel Aszendorf. Self, 2018. 202 pp. ex library with markings, translated from the Yiddish. Good +. Stiff Wrapper. (275344) $15.00

7. Bak, Samuel. Le Jeu d’Echecs comme Metaphore dans l’Art de Samuel Bak / Chess as Metaphor in the Art of Samuel Bak (French and English Edition). Pucker, 1991. 58 illustrations library bookplate and pocket on back endpaper. Introduction by Cornuz Jeanlouis. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276281) $20.00

8. Bartal, Israel (editor). Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, Volume 24: Jews and Their Neighbours In Eastern Europe Since 1750. Littman, 2012. 443 pp. Collection of essays. Very Good. Paperback. (275080) $12.00

9. Bartrop, Paul editor. False Havens : The British Empire and the Holocaust (Studies in the Shoah: volume X). UPA, 1995. 292 pp. eleven essays. Very Good. Hardcover . (274145) $45.00

10. Baumgarten, Murray. Expectations and Endings: Observations on Holocaust Literature. Yeshiva University, 1989. 78 pp. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Working Papers in Holocaust Studies III, Holocaust Studies Program, (270131) $25.00

11. Blue, Brian and Strom, Yale. The Last Jews of Eastern Europe. NY: Philosophical Library, 1986. Unpaged; profusely illustrated tall Quarto, dj torn. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Very moving photos of remnants of Jewish life in Europe (269018) $15.00

12. Boehm, Edward. Behind Enemy Lines; WWII Allied/Axis Propaganda. Wellfleet, 1989. 205 pp. Large 8vo. Coffee table type book. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275683) $20.00

13. Braham, Randolph (editor). Reflections of the Holocaust in Art and Literature (Holocaust Studies Series). SSM, 1990. 166 pp. ex library with markings and pocket. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
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. (275340) $15.00

14. Braham, Randolph. The Hungarian Jewish Catastrophe: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography. NY: Yad Vashem and YIVO, 1962. 86 pp. ex library with marking. Good. Hardcover .
Joint Documentary Projects: Bibliographical Series No.4 (275325) $15.00

15. Braverman, Leib. In Captivity A Complete Novel. Jewish Dialog, 1974. 102 pp. Holocaust memior of survivor of Auschwitz and detailing a year of his life. Originally published in Sovietish Heimland, a literary magazine. Published first in 1972. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper. (275908) $55.00

16. Brudna, Denis (editor) inscribed . Clemens Kalischer. Germany: Hatje Cantz, 2002. 175 pp Refugee photographer survivor of German concentration camps in France. inscribed by Kalischer on title page. Very Good. Cloth.
Displaced Persons after the War, NYC street scenes, Bermont pastorals. Essay and interview in German and English. (275962) $165.00

17. Cargas, Harry. A Chrsitian Response to the Holocaust. Saint John’s University, 1977?. 12 pp. 3″x10″ Very Good +. Pamphlet . (276301) $15.00

18. Catalogue n°1 : La France de l’Affaire Dreyfus a nos jours. Paris: CDJC, 1964. 264 pp. ex library with pocket and creased cover and tape on spine. Good. Paperback.
Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaire (275321) $15.00

19. Celler, Emanuel. You Never Leave Brooklyn; The Autobiography. John Day, 1953. 280 pp. Importnat congressman. Good. Hardcover .
“In the 1940s, Celler opposed both the isolationists and the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration by forcefully advocating that the United States relax immigration laws on an emergency basis to rescue those fleeing the Holocaust. In 1943, he called President Roosevelt’s immigration policy “cold and cruel” and blasted the “glacier-like attitude” of the State Department.” -Wikipedia (275756) $15.00

20. Charny, Israel editor. Genocide: The Critical Bibliographic Review Volume Two. Facts on File, 1991. 432 pp. ex library with markings and book plate and pocket. Good. Hardcover . (275421) $15.00

21. Cohen, Josh. Interrupting Auschwitz: Art, Religion, Philosophy. Continuum, 2003. 166 pp. ex library with markings and pocket. Good. Paperback. (275327) $12.00

22. Cohen, Maynard. A Stand against Tyranny; Norway’s Physicians and the Nazis. Wayne State, 1997. 326 pages. Very good. Hardback & DJ. (275237) $25.00

23. Cummings, Paul essay by. Irving Petlin Pastels From the Years 1961 to 1987. Kent, 1988. 79 pp. haunting images in color many on the Shoah. Very Good. Hardcover . (275936) $25.00

24. Czarnecki, Joseph. Last Traces: The Lost Art of Auschwitz. NY: Atheneum, 1989. 8vo 175 pp. dj creased and chipped. Very Good-. Hardback & DJ.
Drawing, paintings and graffiti of the prisoners of Auschwitz. (275357) $12.00

25. Davie, Mauric. Refugees in America Report of the committee for the study of recent immigration from Europe. NY: Harper, 1947. 450 pp. Crown and base of spine bumped. Good. Hardcover . (275505) $20.00

26. Davies, Raymond. This is Our Land. Ukrainian Canadians Against Hitler. Toronto: Progress, 1943. 158 pp. slight library marks, tears to crown of spine. Good. Hardcover . (276237) $25.00

27. Delbo, Charlotte. Convoy to Auschwitz: Women of the French Resistance. Northeastern, 1997. 220 pp. Includes list of deportees Delbo was one of the 230 political prisoners including members of the French Resistance deported to Auschwitz in January 1943.She was one of the 49 who survived. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Author of None of Us Will Return. (276833) $12.00

28. Demetz, Hana. The House on Prague Street; A haunting story of a girl’s survival. N.Y.: St. Martin’s Press, 1980. 12mo 186 pp. Book is based on her own experiences. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Novel of the Holocaust Relatives taken to Theresienstadt and her struggles. (275759) $10.00

29. Deutsche Bibliothek Frankfurt am Main Hahner, Mechthild (Redakteur). Deutsches Exilarchiv 1933-1945. Katalog der Bucher und Broschuren. . Metzlersche Verlagsbuchhandlung , 1989. 714 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Extraordinary bibliography containing nearly 7,000 publications of German-speaking emigrants whose books and brochures were published outside Nazi Europe from 1933 to 1950 (including first editions, reprints and translations, books published by emigrants, translated, illustrated or designed, publications by Jewish publishers In Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia after 193o. Concludes with a complete registry of the persons and organizations and the publishers included. Essential reference guide (276259) $86.00

30. Dribben, Judith Strick. A Girl Called Judith Strick. NY: Cowles, 1970. 340 pp.dj worn and torn,book plate, fore edge slight foxing. Good. Hardback & DJ.
True story of a Jewish spy in Nazi controlled Poland. (268348) $15.00

31. Elberg, Yehuda. Ship of the Hunted. Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 1997. 8vo 298 pp. Very Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Novel of survival in the Warsaw Ghetto. Author a Rabbi was active in the Polish Resistance during the War. (275735) $15.00

32. Epstein, Lesley (inscribed by). Ice Fire Water. Norton, 1999. 264 pp. Novel about Leib Goldkorn and his life before World War II and during the Holocaust and post-WWII and all his loves. Inscribed by the author. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275915) $25.00

33. Esso War Map II Featuring the World Island – Fortress Europe a Second War Map Edited, Drafted and Printed By the Makers of the Well Known Esso Road Maps Esso Marketers. Esso, 1942. corners creased important document explaining conditions in European theater of War two sided , 15 panels two sided . Good. Stiff Wrapper. (275948) $14.00

34. Falk, Lee and Moore, Ray. The Phantom Sundays; The Nazi Menace. King Features Syndicate Inc., 1989. About 150 pp. Exciting black and white graphic novel. Very Good. Paperback. (275714) $15.00

35. Fallada, Hans. Every Man Dies Alone. Melville House, 2010. 520 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Extraordinary portrayal of Berlin under the Nazis and the individual horror and in particular the Resistance of one family, Very stirring and compelling, I read over two days. (276310) $20.00

36. Falstein, Louis (editor) Wulman Leon and Tenenbaum,Joseph (studies by). The Martyrdom of Jewish Physicians in Poland. NY: Medical Alliance-Assn Jewish, 1963. 494 pp. ex library with pocket and book plate, covers worn. Good. Hardcover .
Research and Documentation by Dr L Lazarowitz and Dr Simon Malowist.History of Jewish Physicians, Jewish Medical Life under the Nazi Rule (275259) $75.00

37. Feigl, Erich. A Myth of Terror Armenian Extremism: It’s Causes and Its Historical Context; An illustrated expose. Edition Zeitgeschichte, 1986. 144 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276535) $30.00

38. Feldman, Linda editor. Evolving Jewish Identities in German Culture: Borders and Crossings. Praeger, 2000. 210 pp. ex library with markings and bookplate and pocket. Good +. Hardcover . (275338) $18.00

39. Fred Morris (curator). A Tree Still Stands: The Last Jews of Eastern Europe An Exhibition. Chicago: Spertus, 1986. 15 pp.i photos by Yale Strom and Brian Blue,rfeflections by Nathaniel Stampfer. Very Good. Paperback.
Haunting exhibit (275821) $20.00

40. Fuch, Esther . Women and the Holocaust: Narrative and Representation (Studies in the Shoah Series). UPA, 1999. 143 pp. ex library with pocket. Good. Stiff Wrapper. (275239) $16.00

41. Galas, Michal (editor). Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, Volume 23: Jews In Krakow. Littman, 2011. 443 pp. Collection of essays. Very Good. Hardcover . (275079) $12.00

42. Galens, Judy (editor). Experiencing the Holocaust : 2 Volume Set : Novels, Nonfiction Books, Short Stories, Poems, Plays, Films & Music (Two Volume Set). Thomson Gale, 2003. 462 pp. in two volumes, ex library with markings. Very Good. Hardcover . (275377) $55.00

43. Geve, T. Youth in Chains. Jerusalem: Rubin Maas, 1958. 255 pp. Good condition. Paperback.
Later published as Guns and Barbed Wire. Holocaust memoir (275515) $15.00

44. Gilman Sander. Jurek Becker: A Life in Five Worlds. Chicago, 2003. 275 pp. ex library with markings Holocaust survivor and author of Jacob the Liar. Good +. Paperback. (275226) $15.00

45. Ginsburg, Marvell. The Tatooed Torah. URJ Press, 1983. 20 pp. Story written for children of a Prague torah and it’s rebirth in America saved from the Nazis. Very Good. Paperback. (275732) $15.00

46. Glatshteyn, Yankev. Emil and Karl translated by Jeff Shandler. Roaring Brook, 2006. 194 pp. novel first written in Yiddish and published in 1940 about fate of Jewish boys in Vienna as the Nazi overtake Austria and friendship. One of the first novels written about the fate of the Jews in Europe. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
With afterword on the novel and Glatshteyn by Shandler (275470) $16.00

47. Golub, Jennifer. What do Americans know about the Holocaust? AJC, 1983. 62 pp. Very Good. Paperback. (275472) $15.00

48. Greenberg, Irving . Confronting the Holocaust and Israel. UJA, 1975. 22 pp. address to study group Yitz Greenbergis an important Orthodox Rabbi and was on USHMM Commission. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper. (275952) $20.00

49. Grossman, Chaika. The Underground Army: Fighters of the Bialystok Ghetto. NY: Holocaust Library, 1987. 426 pp. creases to cover. The story of a young Jewish girl who organized an anti-Nazi resistance in the Bialystok Ghetto. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Chaika Grossman acquired arms for the ghetto and maintained contact with the outside resistance forces. Organized rescue operations (275495) $27.00

50. Grunspan, Roman. The Uprising of the Death Box of Warsaw : a documentary book about Jewish and Christian lives under Nazi rule in the Warsaw ghetto and in the non-Jewish region of Warsaw. Vantage, 1978. 222 pp. dj torn, tape on spine, Memoir of Resistance fighter in Warsaw Ghetto, survived and fought with “Umbrella Group” against the Nazis. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275409) $30.00

51. Heizer, Donna. Jewish-German Identity in the Orientalist Literature of Else Lasker-Schüler, Friedrich Wolf, and Franz Werfel. Camden House, 1996. 116 pp. ex library with markings and pocket. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
(Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture) (275330) $30.00

52. Herzog, Roman gelietwort. …und wir horten auf, Mensch zu sein: Der weg nach Auschwitz; mit 170 bisher meist unveroffentlichten Bilddokumenten aus der Sammlung Wolfgang Haney. Schoningh, 2005. 268 pp.filled with current representations in images. Very Good. Paperback.
Manfred Mayer; Bundesarchiv (Allemagne); Förderverein Erinnerungsstatte für die Freiheitsbewegungen in der Deutschen Geschichte.; Allemagne. Militargeschichtliches Forschungsamt.; Gegen Vergessen–fur Demokratie (Organization) (276119) $32.00

53. Hessing, Perle. A Mirror to My Life. NY: Henry Holt, 1987. 120 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Extraordianry paintings of Jewish life in Galicia and Czernovitz before the War in the tradition of Shalom of Safed. (275561) $18.00

54. Hirsch, Marianne and Kacandes, Irene (editors) (signed by). Teaching the Representation of the Holocaust. The Modern Language Association of America, 2004. 512 pp. Signed by Irene Kacandes. Very Good +. Paperback. (275547) $16.00

55. Hoastlandt, Jo. Star of Fear, Star of Hope. Walker, 1995. About 20 pp. Bookplate and pocket on back pastedown. Oblong 8vo. A child’s perception of the plight of her Jewish friend during the Nazi occupation and the disappearance of her friend. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276279) $15.00

56. Hoffmann, Jens. “Das kann man nicht erzahlen” : “Aktion 1005” – wie die Nazis die Spuren ihrer Massenmorde in Osteuropa beseitigten. Konkret, 2008. 432 pp. Very Good. Paperback. (276380) $45.00

57. Holstein, Jurgen editor. The Book Cover in the Weimar Republic Buchumschläge in Der Weimarer Republik. Taschen, 2015. 450 pp.In German and English massive work, heavy tome, filled with wonderful illustrations and text …many of the artists and publishers fled Nazi Germany for exile. Important reference work . Very Good. Hardcover . (276258) $55.00

58. Hundert, Gershon (editor). Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, Volume 10: Jews In Early Modern Poland. Littman, 1997. 457 pp. Collection of essays. Very Good. Paperback. (275084) $17.00

59. Hutler, Albert. Agony of Survival. Glenbridge, 1989. 229 pp.Captain in US military and his memoir of extensive work with Displaced Persons in the camps after the War, very vivid and realitic and moving. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275228) $18.00

60. Innocenti, Roberto (illustrator) Gallaz, Christopher (author). Rose Blanche. Creative Education, 1985. 20 pp. Rip to dj. A child’s perception of the Holocaust. Very graphically described with extraordinary color drawings. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275895) $15.00

61. Kahn, Leon. No Time to Mourn: The True Story of a Jewish Partisan Fighter. Laurelton Pess, 1974. 211 pp. slight library markings book plate Born in Eisiskes.Lithuania. Details the complicity of the local population in murdering of the Jews. Became active partisan fighter, After the War able to emigrate to Vancourver, Good. Paperback. (275240) $15.00

62. Kaufmann, Gerhard. Schatten: Judische Kultur in Altona und Hamburg. Hamburg: dolling und falitz verlag, 1998. 140 pp.slight stain to cover. Filled with essays and photos of the exhibition of recreation of Jewish life. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper. (275811) $32.00

63. Keen, Sam. Faces of the Enemy; Reflections of the Hostile Imagination The Psychology of Enmity. Harper, 1986. 199 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275519) $12.00

64. King, Richard (editor). Hannah Arendt & the Uses of History: Imperialism, Nation, Race & Genocide. Berghahn, 2007. 281 pp. 13 essays. Very Good. Hardcover . (266677) $15.00

65. Klarsfeld, Serge. Vichy – Auschwitz. Die Zusammenarbeit der deutschen und franzosischen Behorden bei der “Endlosung der Judenfrage” in Frankreich. Greno, 1989. 600 pp. Schriften der Hamburger Stiftung für Sozialgeschichte des 20. Jahrhunderts. Band 9. Very Good-. Hardcover .
Aus dem Franzosischen von Ahlrich Meyer. (276381) $40.00

66. Knowledge Unlimited. Crimes Against Humanity: A Holocaust Resource Book. Madison: Knowledge Unlimited, 1999. 166 pp. ex library with markins. Good. spiral bound. (275440) $20.00

67. Kohn, Jerome (editor). The Jewish Writings Hannah Arendt. Schocken Books, 2007. 559 pp. includes Jew as Pariah A guide for youth: Martin Buber, The Gustloff Trial, essays from the 1940s,1950s and 1960s. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275494) $18.00

68. Kohuth, Jane. Anne Frank’s Chestnut Tree. Random House, 2013. Illustrated by Elizabeth Sayles. Very Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275716) $10.00

69. Kovner, Abba. My Little Sister and Selected Poems 1965-1985. Oberlin College, 1986. Selected and translated by Shirley Kaufman, Field Translation Series 11 Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Abba Kovner was a Jewish Hebrew and Yiddish poet, writer and partisan leader. In the Vilna Ghetto, his manifesto was the first time that a target of the Holocaust identified the German plan to murder all Jews.(Wikipedia) (275549) $25.00

70. Kovner, Abba. The Scrolls of Fire: A Nation Fighting for its Life: Fifty Two Chapters of Jewish Martyrology. Tel Aviv: Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, 1981. large 8vo 65 pp. Hebrew English dj torn . Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Scenes of destruction throughout the history of the Jews, impressionistic illustrations by Dan Reisinger. (261542) $15.00

71. Krajewska, Monika. Time of Stones with an introduction by Anna Kamineska. Warsaw: Interpress, 1983. 165 pages of black and white photos, very haunting and profoundly moving depiction of the devastation, base of spine torn. Crown and base of spine torn, spine torn along sides. Sides of covers very worn. Good-. boards.
Destroyed Jewish cemeteries in Poland (275680) $15.00

72. Kreutzberger, Max hrsg von. Leo Baeck Institute New York – Bibliothek und Archiv. Katalog Band I: Deutschsprachige judische Gemeinden, Zeitungen, Zeitschriften, Jahrbucher, Almanache und Kalender. Unveroffentlichte Memoiren und Erinnerungsschriften. . Katalog Band 1. Mohr, 1970. 623 pp. ex libraryw ith markings and book plate and pocket. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275339) $42.00

73. Kwartalnik Historii Zydow . Wrzesien June 2016, nr 2 (258); Jewish History Quarterly. Warsaw: Zydowski Instytut Historyczny,, 2016. 568 pp. Articles in Polish and English includes on the Shoah. Very Good. Paperback. (275943) $36.00

74. Kwartalnik Historii Zydow . Wrzesien September 2016, nr 3 (259); Jewish History Quarterly. Warsaw: Zydowski Instytut Historyczny,, 2016. 583-793 pp. Articles in Polish and English includes one on the Shoah. Very Good. Paperback. (275942) $27.00

75. Langer, Lawrence. In a different light: The Book of Genesis in the Art of Samuel Bak. Boston: Pucker Gallery, 2001. 92 pp.Bringing the creation story to the concentration camps. ex library with bookplate and pocket. new. Hardback & DJ.
A study of the work of survivor artist of the Shoah. (276321) $20.00

76. Langer, Laurence. The Game Continues; Chess in the Art of Samuel Bak. Pucker/Indiana, 1999. 87 pp. Library bookplate and pocket on back endpaper. Taped number on spine. Reproduces in full color, a new series of 52 ches paintings. “His chess-inspried landscapes illuminate the waste of war in a profaned world and its impact on the human spirit.” Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276283) $25.00

77. Langer, Lawrence (essay and commentary). Landscapes of Jewish Experience: Paintings by Samuel Bak. Boston: Pucker Gallery/Brandeis, 1997. large 8vo 126 pp. ex library with plate and pocket. Good. Hardback & DJ.

Bak was from Vilna, hidden during the Holocaust. Paints as a witness to the destruction and as a survivor rebuilding for future (276320) $25.00

78. Lanzmann, Claude (signed by). Shoah: An Oral History of the Holocaust; The Complete Text of the Film. NY: Pantheon, 1985. 200 pp. 12mo. Preface by Simone De Beauvoir. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (277142) $65.00

79. Lavi, Theodore. Roumanian Jewry in World War II (in Hebrew); Fight for Survival. Yad Vashem, 1965. 1X + 199 pp. Ex library with bookplate and pocket. In English and Hebrew. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275375) $40.00

80. Levine, Micheal. The Belated Witness: Literature, testimony, and the Question of Holocaust Survival. Stanford University Press, 2006. 238 pp. ex library with markings. Very Good. Paperback. (275346) $15.00

81. Linn, Ruth. Escaping Auschwitz: A Culture of Forgetting. Cornell, 2004. 155 pp. ex library with markings. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275407) $12.00

82. Loeser, Herta and Hans (inscribed by both). “Since Then…: Letters from Former Stoatley Roughians. Boston: Pilgrim Press, 1971. 97 pp. Boarding house in England that was a haven for refugee children from Nazi Europe. Charming illustrations. Letters from students all over the world who were housed at this school. An amazing educational experience staffed by teachers from Germany and England. Very Good-. Paperback. (276034) $45.00

83. Lohken, Wilfried (editor). Juden im Widerstand: Drei Gruppen zwischen Uberlebenskampf und Politischer Aktion: Berlin 1939-1945. Berlin: Hentrich, 1993. 208 pp.edge creased. Good. Paperback. (276374) $15.00

84. Lozowick, Yaacov. Hitler’s Bureaucrats: The Nazi Security Force and the Banality of Evil In Hebrew. Jerusalem: Magnes, 2002. 247 pp. In Hebrew ex library with markings. Very Good-. Hardcover . (275411) $25.00

85. Macdonald, Andrew. The Turner Diaries. National Alliance, 1980. Second Edition. 214 pp. “The FBI has labelled The Turner Diaries ‘the bible of the racist right'”. Very Good. Paperback. (275993) $30.00

86. Man, Felix. Man With Camera: Photographs From Seven Decades. Schocken Books, 1983. 150 pp. Filled with texts and photographs, includes World War II. Very Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275562) $20.00

87. Man, Paul de Hamacher, Werner (edited by). Wartime Journalism, 1939-1943. University of Nebraska. 399 pp. Articles written by Paul de Man during the occupation of Belgium, he was accused of being a collaborater. Very Good. Paperback. (275359) $30.00

88. Mann, Klaus. Mephisto. NY: Random House, 1977. 263 pp. Dj torn. Novel written in 1936 while in exile from Germany. Based on his former brother-in-law who was an actor in Nazi Germany and became head of the state theatre. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275504) $20.00

89. Markowski, Stanislaw. Karkowski Kazimierz; Kazimierz: The Jewish Quarter of Cracow 1870-1988. Arka, 1992. 149 pp. In Polish and English filled with text and photos. Very Good. Hardcover . (275351) $36.00

90. Mathews, Basil. The Jews and World Ferment. NY: Friendship Press., 1935. 185 pp. book plate and embossed stamp tp explores Anti Semitism and plight of the Jews in the world and exposes Hitler’s philosophy. Good +. Hardcover . (272152) $15.00

91. Miska, Hannah. So weit wie moglich weg von hier: Von Europa nach Melbourne – Holocaust-Uberlebende erzahlen. Mitteldeutscher, 2014. 488 pp. Very Good. Paperback. (276373) $20.00

92. Muller, Hans Harald. Intellektueller Linksradikalismus in der Weimarer Republik. Kronberg: Scriptor Verlag, 1977. 171 pp. good. wrapper. (276129) $10.00

93. Nagano, Paul T & Kaufman, A (Bak Samuel). Samuel Bak; The Past Continues. Godine, 1988. About 45 pp. 73 color plates. Dj creased, number taped to spine. Library bookplate and pocket on back endpaper. Images of the Shoah by survivor artist and commentary. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276282) $18.00

94. Newman, Leonard (editor). Understanding Genocide; The Social Psychology of the Holocaust. Oxford University Press, 2002. 360 pp. Ex library with markings. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275376) $25.00

95. Nielsen, Jennifer. Resistance. Scholastic Press, 2018. 385 pp. Novel based on historical fact of resistance to Nazis by young Jewish woman courier who is involved in the Warsaw Uprising and before that various acts of bravery against the Nazis, epilogue discusses true fate of many of the resisters from the Warsaw Uprising. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Historical fiction (275478) $15.00

96. Nruning, Jens hrsg. In Tyrannos: Vier Jahrhunderte Kampf gegen Unterdruckung in Deutschland. Hentrich, 2003. 343 pp. Very Good. Paperback. (276365) $30.00

97. O’Dochartaigh, Pol (editor). Jews in German Literature Since 1945: German-Jewish Litterature? Rodopi, 2000. 672 pp. ex library with markings and with book plate . Good +. Paperback. (275341) $40.00

98. Ozick, Cynthia. Levitation. NY: Knopf, 1982. 158 pp. Includes the story From a Refugee’s Notebook. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275705) $12.00

99. Pachter, Henry. Weimar Etudes. NY: Columbia, 1982. 387 pp. some pencil underlining. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Social and cultural history,refugee political scientist, analyis in these essays the role of the intellectuals,artists in Weimar. Writes of work with Neu Beginnen in Germany in the 1930s. (275930) $15.00

100. Parmet, Harriet L. The Terror of Our Days; Four American Poets Respond To the Holocaust. Lehigh University Press, 2001. 268 pp. Plastic sleeve on dj. Very Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275548) $18.00

101. Perl, William. The Four-Front War: The Most Daring Rescue of the Century. NY: Crown Publishers, 1979. 2nd. 375 pp. writing on front end paper. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Efforts to rescue Jews from Nazi Germany to Palestine. (275573) $12.00

102. Petrovsky-Shtern, Yohanan (editor). Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry, Volume 26: Jews and Ukrainians. Littman, 2014. 443 pp. Collection of essays. Very Good. Paperback. (275081) $12.00

103. Pfister, Tom Peter and Kathy. Eva Lewinski at Camp de Gurs Her Diary and Our Journey. self, 2013. 20 pp. some creasing The true story of her imprisonment at Gurs and hurdles endured fleeing to the USA. Includes numerous documents and notes.. And the quest of her children to tell her story. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper. (276270) $18.00

104. Pilecki, Captain Witold. The Auschwitz Volunteer: Beyond Bravery; The only man who volunteered to be captured and imprisoned in Auschwitz to bring out the story of the camp. Aquila, 2012. 401 pp. slight library marks. Very Good-. Paperback.
translated from Pileck’s original 1945 Auschwitz Report by Jarek Garlinski (275426) $25.00

105. (Poetry) Brodsky, Louis. Gestapo Crows: Holocaust Poems. Time Being, 1992. 97 pp. Advanced proof copy. Mimeographed. Very Good. spiral bound. (275853) $30.00

106. Poliakov, Leon. The Aryan Myth: A History of Racist and Nationalist Ideas in Europe. NY: Basic, 1974. 8vo 388 pp.dj chips slight wear. Good +. Hardback & DJ. (275739) $9.00

107. Polonsky, Anthony. Polin: A Journal of Polish-Jewish Studies, Volume 2. Blackwell, 1987. 484pp., 24 b/w illustrations. second annual of the institute for polish-jewish studies. contains numerous articles, essays, documents, reviews, commentary. various contributors. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275089) $15.00

108. Polonsky, Anthony. Polin: A Journal of Polish-Jewish Studies, Volume 5. Blackwell, 1990. 497 pp. seventeen essays and reviews and documents and exchanges. Very Good. Hardcover .
Chapters include Art and Architecture Polish Jews in Germany Zionism in Poland (275088) $18.00

109. Polonsky, Anthony. Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry: Index to Volumes 1-12. Litttman, 2000. 236 pp. + maps. Very Good. Paperback. (275093) $18.00

110. Polonsky, Anthony. Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry: Index to Volumes 1-12. Litttman, 2000. 236 pp. + maps. Very Good. Hardcover . (275095) $27.00

111. Polonsky, Anthony (editor). Polin: A Journal of Polish-Jewish Studies, Volume 7. Blackwell, 1992. 339 pp. Collection of essays. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
published for the institute for polish-jewish studies, oxford.; ix-339pp., contains 17 articles and essays, three review articles, by various contributors. contains section dealing with the warsaw ghetto of the nazi occupation. (275085) $18.00

112. 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. (275078) $12.00

113. Poplack Alvin (inscribed by). Carved In Granite: Holocaust Memorials In Metropolitan New York Jewish Cemeteries. Jay Street, 2003. 179 pp. slight library marks. Good +. Paperback. (275424) $17.00

114. Robinson, Jacob and Bauer, Yehuda, editor. Guide to Unpublished Materials of the Holocaust Period Volume I. Hebrew University Institute of Contemporary Jewry, , 1970. 245 pp. ex library with pocket. Good. Stiff Wrapper. (275322) $18.00

115. Robinson, Jacob and Bauer, Yehuda, editors feldman nira compiler. Guide to Unpublished Materials of the Holocaust Period Volume 2. Hebrew University Institute of Contemporary Jewry, , 1970. 334 pp. ex library with pocket. Good. Stiff Wrapper. (275323) $18.00

116. Rosen, Norma. Touching Evil. NY: Wayne State, 1990. 169 pp. A novel of the impact of the Holocaust on the lives of Americans. Using the Eichmann trial as a nexus. Very Good. Paperback. (276343) $10.00

117. Rosenfeld, Harvey. A Legacy Recorded; An Anthology of Martyrdom and Resistance. Martyrdom and Resistance, 1994. 367 pages. ex library with markings bookplate and pocket. Very good. Paperback. (275379) $15.00

118. Roskamp, Heiko. Verfolgung und Widerstand: Tiergarten – Ein Bezirk im Spannungsfeld der Geschichte 1933-1945. Frohlich, 1985. 168 pp.edges bumped. Very Good. Paperback. (276375) $15.00

119. Roth, John. Remembering for the Future. The Holocaust in an age of Genocide volume 1 History volume 2 Ethics and ReligionVolume 3 Memory. Palgrave, 2001. 924+963+ 966 pp ex library with book plate and pocket and stamp on fore edge. Very Good. Hardcover .
Remembering for the Future brings together the work of nearly 200 scholars from more than 30 countries and features cutting-edge scholarship across a range of disciplines, amounting to the most extensive and powerful reassessment of the Holocaust ever undertaken. Worldcat (277143) $250.00

120. Salamander, Rachel (editor). The Jewish World Of Yesterday 1860-1938; Text and Photos from Central Europe. New York: Rizzoli, 1991. 435 pictures large 8vo 320 pp. Slight creases to dj. Very Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Short essays by Schalom Ben-Chorin, Marcel Reich-Ranicki, Joachim Riedl and Julius Schoeps. (275560) $23.00

121. Salomon, Charlotte. Life Or Theater?: Charlotte an autobiographical play. Viking, 1981. 784 pp. filled with her paintings heavy book, dj torn, former owner name on free end paper. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275516) $65.00

122. Salzmann, Ayse Gursan (text). The Last Jews of Radauti. NY: Dial, 1983. oblong 8vo 145 pp. Dj worn and creased. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Photos by Laurence Salzmann. In the Bukovina region of Roumania. Photo-documentary, very moving. (275681) $10.00

123. Santucci, Luigi. Antifascisti Perche? Ricordi E Riflessioni di Tre Giovani Degli Anni Trenta. Pavia: Amm Provinciale di PAvia, 1983. 80 pp. Very Good-. Wrapper. (276923) $15.00

124. Schechter, Harvey. How to Listen to a John Birch Speaker. ADL, 1967. Third Edition. 39 pp. sfep. Good. Stiff Wrapper. (275934) $12.00

125. Schneider, Gertrude (editor). Journey Into Terror: Story of the Riga Ghetto. Ark House, 1979. 229 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Scarce title (274069) $38.00

126. Scrase, David and Mieder, Wolfgang (editors). Making a Difference Resuce and Assistance During the Holocaust; Essays in Honor of Marion Pritchard. Burlington: Center for Holocaust Studies, 2001. 285 pp. Very Good. Paperback.
Excellent collection of 12 essays. (275982) $32.00

127. Seldes, George (inscribed by). Facts and Fascism. in fact , 1943. 286 pp. dj worn and torn. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Henry George Seldes was an American investigative journalist, foreign correspondent, editor, author, and media critic best known for the publication of the newsletter In Fact from 1940 to 1950. Wikipedia (275304) $18.00

128. Seldes, George. World Panoram 1918-1935. Blue Ribbon, 1933, 1935. 410 pp. dj worn and torn. Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Henry George Seldes was an American investigative journalist, foreign correspondent, editor, author, and media critic best known for the publication of the newsletter In Fact from 1940 to 1950. Wikipedia (275298) $20.00

129. Seldes, George (inscribed by). Never Tire Of Protesting; The Story of In fact and other Revelations. Lyle Stuart, 1968. 286 pp. Inscribed by the author Important essays dealing with the Spanish Civil War, the Vietnam War, World War II, memories of Eleanor Roosevelt, Joseph McCarthy, Communist Part and the John Birch Society. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275808) $20.00

130. Seldes, George (inscribed by). You Can’t Print That! The Truth Behind The news 1918-1928. Garden City Publishing, 1929. 465 pp. in addition to inscription also personal note on fep, slight wear and creasing to covers. Good. Cloth.
Henry George Seldes was an American investigative journalist, foreign correspondent, editor, author, and media critic best known for the publication of the newsletter In Fact from 1940 to 1950. Wikipedia (275297) $25.00

131. Sem-Sandberg, Steve. Emperor of Lies A novel. FSG, 2011. 664 pp. Novel based on Chaim Rumkowski leader of the Lodz Ghetto. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275923) $15.00

132. Shapiro, Chaim. Go My Son: A Young Jewish Refugee’s Story of Survival. Feldheim, 1989. 529 pp. ex library with markings and book plate and pocket. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Escaping from the Nazis in Poland and ending up in Kuzar Pash and a Soviet work batallion. Maintains his religious faith in spite of the adversities. (275435) $23.00

133. Sherwood Robert. There shall be no night. Scribner, 1940. 178 pp. sfep dj torn, Play about Finland being attacked by Russia as WW2 approaches. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (258594) $15.00

134. Shimoni, Gideon editor. The Holocaust in University Teaching. Pergamon, 1991. 278 pp. ex library with markings and book plate and pocket. Good +. Hardcover . (275410) $24.00

135. Silverstone, Paul (inscribed by). “Our Only Refuge Open the Gates!”; Clandestine Immigration to Palestine 1938-1948. New York: Self Published, 1991. 38 pp. Filled with remarkable photographs. Inscribed by the author. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper. (275896) $40.00

136. Simon Wiesenthal: The Man and His Legacy. Simon Wiesenthal Center, 1983. 154 pp. A tribute book filled with his life story and pictures. Good +. Paperback. (275806) $20.00

137. Sinclair, W. A. The Voice of the Nazi; Being Eight Broadcast Talks given between December 1939 and May 1940. Collins. 64 pp. Spine worn. Very Good-. Paperback. (275744) $15.00

138. Spiegelman, Art. Maus: A Survivor’s Tale. NY: Pantheon Books, 1986. 159 pp. Signed with mouse drawing on half-title page. Base bumped with slight tears. Very Good. Paperback. (277141) $85.00

139. Spiegelman, Art. MetaMaus; A Look Inside A Modern Classic, Maus. New York: Pantheon Books, 2011. 300 pp. Includes dvd. Very Good. Hardcover . (275994) $30.00

140. Stackelberg, Roderick. Out of Hitler’s Shadow Childhood and Youth in Germany and the United States 1935-1967. NY: iUniverse, 2010. 168 pp. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper.
Author of Memory and History Recollections of a Historian of Nazism 1967-1982 (275488) $10.00

141. Stroumsa, Jacques (Wiehn Erhard hrsg.). Geiger in Auschwitz – Ein jüdisches Überlebensschicksal aus Saloniki 1941-1967. Hartung, 1993. 108 pp corner slightly bumpedback corner creased. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper. (276130) $12.00

142. Swiebocka, Teresa, compiler and editor (Webber Jonathan) . Auschwitz: A History in Photographs. Auschwitz: Auschwitz State Museum, 1993. Published with Indiana UP. large 8vo 295 pp.dj worn and torn. Good. Hardback & DJ. (276544) $23.00

143. Taub, Yermiyahu Ahron . What Stillness Illuminated : Poems in English, Yiddish, and Hebrew = Vos Shtilkayt Hot Baloykhtn: Lider Af English, Yidish un Hebreyish. Parlor Press, 2008. 99 pp. ex library with markings may be a signed copy. Good. Stiff Wrapper. (275222) $15.00

144. Teller, Adam and Teter, Magda and Polonsky, Atony (editor). Polin: A Journal of Polish-Jewish Studies, Volume 22: Social and Cultural Boundaries in Pre-Modern Poland. Littman, 2010. 492 pp. Collection of essays. Very Good. Hardcover . (275091) $40.00

145. Temkin, Gabriel. My Just War: The Memoir of a Jewish Red Army Soldier in World War II. Presido, 1998. 239 pp. Escaped from the Nazis and joined Soviet brigade, entire family murdered by the Nazis. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275445) $25.00

146. Varon, Benno Weiser. Professions of a Lucky Jew. Cranbury: Cornwall Books, 1992. 431 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Autobiograph of Viennese Jewish refugee to Ecuador, active in Latin American Jewish and Zionist activity. (275774) $15.00

147. Vice, Sue . Children Writing the Holocaust. Palgrave, 2004. 212 pp. ex library with markings Analyzes works written for adults about child survivors. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275329) $38.00

148. (Vilna) Ran Leyzer. Jerusalem of Lithuania / litovskij Ierusalim / Yerushalaim deLita Three volumes. Vilno Album Committee, 1974. 540 pages in two folio volumes, map included with volume 1,volume one hinges strengthened, crown and base of spine slightly bumped in both cloth volumes folio size, In English Hebrew Yiddish and Russian, introduction by Abraham Heschel and Ben Zion Dinur.volume 3 the paperback index and bibliography), sfep. Very Good. Hardcover .
Two large volumes containing a documentation of Vilna’s Jewish community , its daily life, its institutions and its marvelous culture until the destruction of the Shoah..Material on the Shoah is included,.. Each of the volume contains hundreds of photographs, portraits and copies of historical documents. (269825) $225.00

149. Wardi, Charlotte. ההשמדה בראי הבדייה הספרותית : היסטוריה והצגתה ברומן /. Bialik, 2001. 162 pp. In Hebrew library mark on fore edge. Very Good-. Paperback.
Le genocide dans la fiction romanesque: Histoire et representation (275241) $38.00

150. Warsaw Ghetto Resistance Organization 1943-1975 Commemoration Journal. WAGRO, 1975. 84 pp. In English and Yiddish ex library with markings and pocket and book plate, some loose pages. Good. Stiff Wrapper. (275439) $60.00

151. Weibel, Peter und Stadler, Friedrich. Vertreibung der Vernunft: The Cultural Exodus from Austria. Wien: Springer Verlag, 1993. First edition. Major work. Part 1 filled with articles. Part 2 is a Biographical Documentation of the Cultural Exodus. large 8vo 390+148 pp. creasing to covers. Very Good-. Paperback. (275829) $30.00

152. Weinke, Wilfried. Verdrangt vertrieben aber nicht vergessen; Die Fotografen Emil Bieber, Max Halberstadt, Erich Kastan, Kurt Schallenberg. Weingarten: Weingarten, 2003. Ausstellung Altona Museum 304 pages . Very good. Hardback & DJ.
Work of exile photographers in Europe before the War and in exile. Beautiful book. (276330) $40.00

153. Welch, Robert. May God Forgive Us. Belmont, 1960. 205 pp. first published 1952 anti Communist diatribe how USA was betrayed by the State department etc. By founder of John Birch Society. Very Good. Hardcover . (275647) $36.00

154. Werstein, Irving. That Denmark Might Live The saga of Danish Resistance in World War II. MaCrae, 1967. 143 pp. ex library with book plate and pocket. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275465) $15.00

155. Wistrich, Robert. Trotsky Fate of a Revolutionary. Stein & Day, 1979. 235 pp. Includes chapter on the rise of Nazism. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276312) $20.00

156. Wolf, Lucien. The Myth of the Jewish Menace in World Affairs; Or The Truth about the Forged Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Macmillan, 1921. 53 pp. new cloth spine. Good +. Boards.
Important early work, (275879) $52.00

157. Wulf, Josef. Das Dritte Reich und Seine Vollstrecker; Die Liquidation von 500,000 Juden in Ghetto Warschau. Berlin: Arani , 1961. 383pp.number taped to spine and slight library mark, fep, scotch tape residues on fep. Good +. Hardback & DJ. (276897) $20.00

158. Zaar, Isaac. Rescue and Liberation America’s Part in the Birth of Israel. Bloch, 1954. 310 pp. dj slightly town and stained. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275555) $30.00

159. Zahavy, Zev (editor). Chaplain on WIngs: The Wartime Memoirs of Rabbi Harold Gordon. Shengold, 1961. 185 pages dj torn , few creased pages. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (275657) $20.00

160. Zolli, Eugenio. Before The Dawn; Autobiographical Reflections. Sheed, 1954. 209 pp. slight wear to covers, Former chief Rabbi of Rome discusses his life and new faith in Christianity. Good +. Hardcover . (275296) $20.00

“Yizkor” – Memorial Books – November 2019

Dear friends and colleagues,

November 10th represents the anniversary of the pogrom in Germany in 1938 commonly referred to as ‘Kristallnacht.’ Past and current events bring to mind the essay by George Steiner entitled “A Kind of Survivor” from his book Language and Silence, published in 1967 by Atheneum.

Not literally. Due to my father’s foresight (he had shown it when leaving Vienna in 1924), I came to America in January 1940 during the Phony War. We left France, where I was born, and brought up in safety. So I happened not to be there when the names were called out. I did not stand in the public square with the other children, those I had grown up with. Or see my father and mother disappear when the train doors were torn open. But in another sense I am a survivor, and not intact. If I am often out-of-touch with my own generation, if that which haunts me and controls my habits of feeling strikes many of those I should be intimate and working with in my present world as remotely sinister and artificial, it is because the black mystery of what happened in Europe is indivisible from my own identity. Precisely because I was not there, because an action of good fortune struck my name from the roll.

Often the children went alone, or held the hands of strangers. Sometimes parents saw them pass and did not dare call out their names. And they went, of course, not for anything they had done or said. But because their parents existed before them. The crime of being one’s children. During the Nazi period it knew no absolution, no end. Does it now? Somewhere, the determination to kill Jews, to harass them from the Earth, simply because they are, is always alive. Ordinarily, the purpose is muted, or appears in trivial spurts – the obscenity dobbed on the front door, the brick through the shop window. But there are, even now, where the murderous intent might grow heavy… So, at moments, when I see my children in the room, or imagine I hear them breathing in the still of the house, I grow afraid. Because I have put on their backs a burden of ancient loathing and set savagery at their heels. Because it may be that I will be able to do no more than the parents of the children gone to guard them.

That fear, lies near the heart of the way in which I think of myself as a Jew. To have been a European Jew in the first half of the 20th century was to pass sentence on one’s own children. To force a condition upon them almost beyond rational understanding. And which may recur. I have to think that – it is the vital clause – so long as remembrance is real. Perhaps we Jews walk closer to our children than other men; try as we may, they cannot leap out of our shadow.

Thank you for your time and commitment in reviewing this list of memorial books that remember and honor the communities that vanished during the Shoah. Let us keep the candles of memory forever lit.

Shalom,
Ken aka Yekutiel


1. Abramski Bligh Irit editor. Pinkas HaKehillot – Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities from their Foundations till after the Holocaust Libya Tunisia. Yad Vashem, 1997. 534 p. dj torn In Hebrew. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276687) $65.00

2. Alperin A editor. Brzezin Memorial Book (Brzeziny). 1961. 290 pp. In Yiddish. Good +. Hardcover . (276694) $50.00

3. Alter Jacob. Mlavah ha-Yehudit : koroteha, hitpathutah, kilayonah = Di Yidishe Mlave : geshikhte, oyfshtayg, umkum = Jewish Mlawa : its history, development, destruction volume 1 only. Yots’e Mlavah be-Yis´ra’el uvi-tefutsot, 1984. Memorial book, in Hebrew Yiddish and English 421+ 117 pp. Good +. Hardcover . (276683) $45.00

4. Apenszlak, Jacob (editor). The Black Book of Polish Jewry: An Account of the Martyrdom of Polish Jewry Under the Nazi Occupation. NY: Roy Publishers, 1943. 343 pp. hinge starting tears along spine. Good. Hardcover .
Graphic description of the Nazi extermination policy. Note the date of publication. (276702) $36.00

5. Bar-Shaked, Gavriel (editor). Nevek Names of Jewish Victims of Hungarian Labour Battalions; Volume II A-J. Klarsfeld Fdn, 1993?. large 8vo 625 pages includes also lists of names of the mothers. Very good. Cloth. (276704) $65.00

6. Bauminger Arie. Sefer Kra’ko ir va-em be Yisrael (Krakow Cracaw Cracow Krakau Kroke). Mosad Ha Rav Kook, 1959. 429 pp. In Hebrew Memorial book. Good. Hardcover . (276664) $38.00

7. Bickel Shlomo editor. Pinkas Kolomey פנקס קאלאמיי : געשיכטע, זכרונות, געשטאלטן, חורבן Pinkes Kolomey : geshikhte, zikhroynes, geshtaltn, ḥurbn. Kolomeyer Memorial Book, 1957. 442 pp. Memorial Book In Yiddish. Very Good. Hardcover . (276708) $65.00

8. Blumental Nachman (editor). Miechov Memorial Book: Charshnitza and Kshoynge. Tel Aviv: Irgun Yotzey Miechov, 1971. 8vo 314 pp.In Yiddish. good. Cloth.
In Hebrew and Yiddish and a few pages of English. Memorial Book of residents who died in the Shoah. (276672) $50.00

9. Blumenthal N. Aleksandrow Lodzki Aleksander. Tel Aviv: Association of Former Residents of Aleksandrow in Israel, 1968. 396 pp. Memorial Book In Hebrew and Yiddish. Very Good. Hardcover . (276706) $68.00

10. Dabrowska, Danuta & Wein, Abraham (eds.). Pinkas HaKehillot – Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities – Poland Vol.1 The Communities of Lodz and its Region. Yad Vashem, 1976. 284 pp. dj torn In Hebrew. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276679) $36.00

11. Davidzon M M. ישינוב היהודית, עיר ואם בשבשתא : עובדות ותאריכים לדברי ימיה של העיר קישינוב בביסרביה : אגב בקורת על הספר ״יהודי קישינוב״ ליצחק קורן / Ḳishinov ha-Yehudit, ʻir ṿe-em be-Shabeshta : ʻuvdot ve-taʼarikhim li-divre yemeha shel ha-ʻir Ḳishinov bi-Besarabyah : agav bikoret ʻal ha-sefer “Yehude Ḳishinov” le-Yitshak Ḳorn. Hotsaʼat “Dapim-le-zikaron, 1951. 131 pp.In Hebrew. Good. Hardcover . (276738) $45.00

12. Einhorn, Moses, editor. Wolkovisker Yizkor Book: Volume 1 and Volume 2 Volkovisker yizker-bukh. NY: Self, 1949. In Yiddish 990 pp. in two volumes. good. Hardcover .
Memorial book for the Jewish community in Wołkowysk, Białystok, Poland; previously Volkovysk, Grodno, Russia; now Volkovysk, Belarus. Text in Yiddish with an English summary. (276701) $68.00

13. Eliach, Yaffa. There Was Once a World: A 900 Year Chronicle of the Shtetl of Eishyshok. Boston: Little Brown, 1999. 832 pp. Large 8vo. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
A beautifully printed Memorial Book of a Jewish community from the Middle Ages to its destruction during WW2 with ample documents, stories and photographs. (276736) $30.00

14. Eliav Binyamin. יהדות לטביה : ספרזכרון / Yahadut Latviyah : sefer-zikaron. Tel Aviv: Igad Yotzei Latvia We’Estonia, 1962. 457 pp.foxing to top fore edge, hinges started, slight library mark. Good +. Hardcover . (276699) $58.00

15. Even-Shoshan, Shlomo. Minsk, ir ve-em (Minsk, Jewish Mother-City) Memorial Anthology Volume One. Jerusalem: The Association of Olim from Minsk and its Surroundings in Israel, 1975. 695 pp. In Hebrew. Very Good. Hardcover . (276712) $45.00

16. Farband of Warsaw Jews. Dos Amolike Yidishe Varshe biz der Shvel fun Dritn Hurbn 1414-1939. Yizkor-Bleter nokh Tayere Noente-Umgekumene in: Lid Balade Poeme Drame Dertseylung Roman Humoreske Glaykhort Folkslid Zikhronos Esey Publitsistik Zshurnalistik Rede Reportazsh Khronik fun 139 Mahberim. An Antologye/ Jewish Warsaw That Was: A Yiddish Literary Anthology. : Farband fun Varshever Yidn in Montreal, 1966. 846 + 56 pp. In Yiddish. Very Good. Hardcover .
Yizkor section lists the names of all those murdered in the Holocaust put together by the contributors (276729) $36.00

17. Fishman Rav Y L HaCohen. Arim Veimahot beYisrael Part One and Part Twoand Part Three; Mazavit Kodesh LeHehillot Yisrael SheNerharbu BeYedei Arezim VeTamaim BeMilhamot HaOlam HaAhraront. Mossad HaRav Kook, 1952. In Hebrew Covers and spines worn;372 + 354 pp.Part One Austria Eisenstadt Berlin Vilna Vienna Lvov Monkatsch Part Two Altona, Odessa. Budapest, Homel, Nemerov, Cracow by various authors Part Three -David Flinker Warsaw 303 pp . Good-. Hardcover .
Histories of towns and their destruction during the Second World War Was published in five parts (276709) $65.00

18. Former Residents of Mlawa. Pinkes Mlave (Memorial Book of Mlava). NY: Former Residents, 1950. In Yiddish. 8vo 483+63 pp. back hinge starting small puncture mark to cover and a few pages. Good. Hardcover . (276662) $50.00

19. Gedenkbuch. Opfer der Verfolgung der Juden unter der nationalsozialistischen Gewaltherrschaft in Deutschland 1933-1945 zwei bande. Arolsen Koblenz: Bundesarchiv, Koblenz, und dem Internationalen Suchdienst,, 1986. Folios, blue cloth with gold lettering, xvi, 950 + viii, 951-1823 pp., names of relatives of former owner written in pen on end papers and noted with pen mark on the page. Very Good. Hardcover .
Memorial book listing the names of German Jews who died in the Holocaust listing the place that they were deported from and the place where they died if known. Band 1: Geleitwort. Vorwort. Opfer der Verfolgung (A-L). Band 2: Opfer der Verfolgung (M-Z). Verschollene, deren Todesart und Todesdatum unbekannt sind. Nachwort. 1. Anhang: Orte mit judischen Einwohneren im Gebiet der heutigen Bundesrepublik Deutschland, gegliedert nach den Landern und preußischen Provinzen in den Grenzen von 1939. 2. Anhang: Ubersicht über die Deportationsziele. 3. Anhang: Verzeichnis veroffentlichen Listen judischer Burger einzelner Gemeinden und Gebiete und anderer Publikationen ber Verfolgungsmaßnahmen in einzelnen Orten. Erlauterungen. Abkuzungen bei Ortsnamen. (276726) $126.00

20. Gelber N M. Entsiklopedyah shel galuyot Kerakh Revi’i Lvov (Helek A)/ Encyclopedia of the Jewish Diaspora: A Memorial Library of Countries and Communities Poland Series Lwow Volume, Part I. Hotsaat Hevrat Entsiklopedyah shel galuyot, 1956. 772 columns two to the page, b/w photos In Hebrew (Lemberg) Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276720) $62.00

21. Gruenbaum Itzhak. Entsiklopediah shel Galuyot (Encyclopedia of the Jewish Diaspora. A Memorial Library of Countries and Communities.) Poland series. Vol. 1 and 2 Warsaw. Jerusalem: Encyclopeida, 1951. 814 + 698 half pages In Hebrew two volumes dj torn. Good. Hardcover . (276668) $75.00

22. Gruenbaum Itzhak. Entsiklopediah shel Galuyot (Encyclopedia of the Jewish Diaspora. A Memorial Library of Countries and Communities.) Poland series. Vol. 1 Warsaw. Jerusalem: Encyclopeida, 1951. 814 pp.half pages In Hebrew volume one only. Good. Hardcover . (276669) $35.00

23. Grussgott Abraham compiler. Be-ovdan moladeti : yad va-shem li-kehilah kedoshah Bardeyov, Tsekhoslovakyah : mi-yom hivasdah ve-ad hurbanah; Bardejov remembered : a memorial to the Jewish community of Bardejov, Czechoslovakia, 1734-1945. Brooklyn: 1099. 189 pp. English Hebrew and Yiddish with images and lists of names Memorial Book. Very Good. Hardcover . (276851) $75.00

24. Gshuri, Bruckner or Gashbury, Bruckner. Sefer Sosnowiec v’hasviva b’Zaglembie Book of Sosnowiec and the surrounding region in Zaglembie [volume 1 and 2). Sosnowiec Societies in Israel, 1973. 743 + 436 pp.small book plate on title page In Hebrew and Yiddish. Very Good. Hardcover . (276696) $85.00

25. Gshuri, Bruckner or Gashbury, Bruckner. Sefer Sosnowiec v’hasviva b’Zaglembie Book of Sosnowiec and the surrounding region in Zaglembie volume 1. Sosnowiec Societies in Israel, 1973. 743 +pp.small book plate on title page, In Hebrew, memorial book volume one only. Very Good. Hardcover . (276697) $25.00

26. Halperin Israel Balaban, Meyer et al. Bet Yisrael be-Polin (House of Israel in Poland, From the Earliest Days to the Holocaust) Bet Yisrael be-Polin, mi-yamim rishonim ve-ad li-yemot ha-hurban. Jerusalem: Zionist Org, 1948. Two volumes 215+288 pp. spines worn back hinge needs repair volume 1 Good. Hardcover .
.Important work. In Hebrew. (276661) $53.00

27. Heller B editor. Sefer Lukow Sefer Lukov. Lukower societies in Israel And USA, 1968. 655 pp. Memorial Book to the Community,, hinge started covers and spine worn, fore edge foxed, In Yiddish and Hebrew. Good +. Hardcover . (276710) $68.00

28. Hershberg A S. Pinkes Byalistok: grunt-materyaln tsu der geshiktate fun di Yidn in Byalistok biz nakh der Ershter Velt-Milhome Band Pinkos Bialystok (The Chronicle of Bialystok) Basic Material for the History of the Jews in Bialystok till the Period after the First World War. Two Volumes. Bialystok Jewish Historical Association , 1949-1950. 480 +380 pp. Good. Hardcover .
History (276682) $120.00

29. Hoffman Benzion. Toyznt yor Pinsk: geshikhte fun der shtot: der Yidisher yishev, institutsyes, sotsyale bavegungen, perzenlekhkaytn, gezelshaftlekhe tuer, Pinsk iber der velt. NY: : Pinsker Brentsh Arberer-Ring, , 1941. 500 pp.In Yiddish covers bit worn, crown bumped, History of the Jews of Pinsk from the Middle Ages up to the Shoah. Good. Hardcover . (276716) $50.00

30. Kagan B editor. Yizkor book of Luboml Sefer yizkor li-ḳehilat Luboml. Molet, 1974?. 390 pp. memorial book for community in the Ukraine In Hebrew heavy book spine and covers faded . Good +. Hardcover . (276698) $75.00

31. Kanc Shimon editor. Volomin A Memorial Book to the Jewish Community of Volomin (Poland). Tel Aviv: 1971. 600 pp, in Yiddish hinge started. Good. Hardcover . (276673) $65.00

32. Kasdin, Chaim (editor). Lerer-Jiskor-Bukh; di umgekumene lerer fun Zisho shulin in Poylin – Teacher Memorial Book. Marstin Press, 1952-1954. 565 pp. In Yiddish, includes photos of the classes and groups of teachers. long inscription not by author, slight library stamp and tape removed from spine. Very Good. Cloth.
Teachers of the ZISHO, Central Yiddish Schools Organization in Poland. Biographies of Jewish teachers murdered in the Shoah. (276659) $30.00

33. Kraus Yosef (?) editor. Katowice Kattowitz Sefer Zikaron. Hanasehat Yehudut Kattowitz, 1996. 404 pp. Memorial Book in Hebrew. Very Good. Hardcover . (276674) $75.00

34. Kreb, Yosef Kriev Yosef . Sefer Yizkhor Kehillat Sarny. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1961. 507 pp.In Hebrew . Very Good. Cloth.
Memorial book.to community destroyed in the Shoah (276717) $30.00

35. Kremer Paul editor Reprint. דער לאנדסמאן : ארויסגעגעבן צו דעם פערציג יאהריגען יובילעאום פון ווישקאווער אונטערשטיצונג פאראײן (געגרינדט 1896) /

Der landsman : aroysgegebn tsu dem fertsig yohrigen yubileum fun Ṿishḳoṿer unṭershṭitsung fareyn (gegrindeṭ 1896). Wishkover Benevolent Society., originally 1936. 174 pp. xerox copy some slightly creased pages. Very Good-. Spiral Bound.
“This journal has been printed on the occasion of the 40th Anniversary of the Wishkover Benevolent Association, to be presented gratis to each member for devoted efforts in securing and furnishing funds for the indigent of the town of their birth, Wishkove in Poland.” (276860) $45.00

36. Levin Judah. Sederet Kehillot Yisrael Ostrov Mazovitzk. Yad Yehudot Polin, 1966. 164 pp. In Hebrew. Very Good. Hardcover .
From the series “Scrolls of Poland” Megillat Polin (276703) $55.00

37. Levine Yehudah Leb. Osterah Sidrot Kehillot Yisrael. Jerusalem: Yad Yehudot Polin , 1970s?. 112 pp.In Hebrew, memorial book to destroyed community. Good +. Hardcover .
Part of Megillat Polin series (276707) $45.00

38. Marley, Lord. Der Broyner Bukh vegn der untertsindung Funem Reichstag un vegn der Hitlerishe Terror The Brown Book of Hitler Terror and Burning of the Reichstag. Moscow: Emes, 1933. 404 pp. In Yiddish .,crown and base of spine slightly bumped, some slight dog eared pages corners bumped. Good. Hardcover .
Early revelation to the world of the oppression/murder in Germany of the opposition and Jews under the Nazi regime. Extrememly scarce in Yiddish (276740) $85.00

39. Marley, Lord (introduction). Braunbuch uber Reichstagsbrand und Hitler Terror. Basel: Universum, 1933. 3. Auflage. 8vo 382 pp. covers worn, sfep. 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. (276737) $48.00

40. Memorial Library of Jewish Communities. Sokolka. Encyclopedia of the Diaspora, 1968. 765 pp. Memorial book in Yiddish. Very Good. Hardcover .
small town not far from Bialystok and Grodno (276728) $65.00

41. Michman Jozeph. Pinkas HaKehillot – Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities The Netherlands. Yad Vashem, 1985. 557 pp. dj torn In Hebrew. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276680) $36.00

42. Nehama, Jos. In Memoriam: Hommage aux Victimes Juives des Nazis en Grece. Communaute Israelite de Thessalonique: Communaute Israelite de Thessalonique, 1972. second edition. 468 pp. slight library mark on fep and number taped to spine, lacks map. Good +. Hardcover . (264577) $36.00

43. Perlow Itzjok . Seyfer Radom. Irgun yotsʼe Radom be-Yiśraʼel, 1961. 451 pp. In Hebrew and Yiddish, hinge started. slight library marks. Good-. Hardcover .
Radom (Województwo Mazowieckie) (276722) $65.00

44. Pinkas HaKehillot – Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities Hungary. Yad Vashem, 1976. 557 pp. dj torn In Hebrew. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
part of the series Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities from their Foundations till after the Holocaust (276688) $53.00

45. Presser Dr Jacques. Ondergang, de vervolging en verdeling van het Nederlandse Jodendom 1940-1945 (2 volumes). Nijhoff, 1965. fourth printing. 526+ 568 pp. number taped to dj and slight library mark on fep In Dutch. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276741) $45.00

46. Rabin Dov editor. Encyclopedia of the Jewish Diaspora: A Memorial Books of Countries and Communities Volume IX Grodno. Jerusalem: Encyclopedia of Diaspora, 1958. In Hebrew 743 pp. double column text, Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Vol 9 of the Encyclopedia (276675) $65.00

47. Rabinowitsch, Wolf Zeev / Tamir (Mirski), N. Pinsk Sefer Edut Ve-Zikaron Le-Kehilat Pinsk-Karlin / Pinsk historical volume; History of the Jews of Pinsk, 1506-1941.(1942) Volume 1 Part one and two and Volume Two (three volumes). Former Residents of Pinsk-Karlin in Israel,, 1973+1966. 353+ 110 pp. (In Hebrew and English), volume 1 part two 564+159 pages In Hebrew and English. slight library marks, hinge started volume 2 654 pp. in Hebrew, has white water stains to side of cover, dj torn, Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Heavy tomes (276724) $185.00

48. Reisen Abraham. Koydenov: zamlbukh tsum ondenk fun di Koydenover kdoyshim … ; Heymishe geshṭaltn : dertseylungen.(Koidanover); קוידענאוו : זאמלבוך צום אנדענק פון די קוידענאווער קדושים. United Koidanover Assn, 1955. 207 pp. In Yiddish . Memorial Book book plate library stamps paste down crown slight tear. Good +. Hardcover . (276678) $45.00

49. Rivlin Bracha . Pinkas HaKehillot – Encyclopaedia of Jewish Communities from their Foundations till after the Holocaust Greece. Yad Vashem, 1998. 534 p. dj torn In Hebrew. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276677) $56.00

50. Rosman SHelomo. Sefer Shefar Harei Kedem Golot Carpatrom Marmarosh Betiferet Uvehurbana (Carpathain Mountains- Marmarosh) Helek Rishon. Zichron Kedoshim, 1991. about 500 pp. In Yiddish with photos, Memorial Book. Very Good. Hardcover . (276700) $55.00

51. Saloniki ir ve’em be Yisrael שלוניקי, עיר ואם בישראל Salonique Ville Mere en Israel. Makhon le-ḥeker Yahadut Saloniki Centre de recherches sur le judaisme de Salonique, 1967. 358, xviii pages : illustrations,In Hebrew with French introduction 1 folded map ;ex library with book plate and stamp on foreedge, tears lower back hinge. Good. Hardcover .
Important work concerning the Jewish community of Salonika destroyed by the Nazis. A memorial book (276666) $65.00

52. Sefer Chishanuv Lezarkom shel Kedushei Ha Ir; Mordechai Buchner. Mordechai Buchner, 1989. 266 pp. In Hebrew last page creased. Very Good. Hardcover . (276718) $40.00

53. Sefer yizkor le-kehilat Shedlets / Siedlce: Libro recordatorio. In memoriam de los judios massacrados en nuestra ciudad natal en su 14o aniversario. [Memorial book of the community of Siedlce]. Buenos Aires: Ha-Irgunim shel yotse Shedlits be-Yisrael uve-Argentinah, 1956. 813 pp. foxing to end papers, hinge starting, tear to crown of spine, stains to cover . Good. Hardcover . (276725) $45.00

54. Seifer Stryj. Irgun Yotzej Stryj in Israel, 1962. 68 + 262 pp. In English and Hebrew , new boards and endpapers, slight damp stains to beginning of Hebrew text not affecting text . Very Good. Boards.
Memorial book (276727) $56.00

55. Shamri, Aryeh & First, Dov editors. Pinkas Novy-Dvor. Tel Aviv: Organization of Former Novy-Dvor Jews in Israel The United States Canada Argentina Uruguay and France, 1965. 556 pp. In Yiddish, tear to base of spine, age stains to fore edges. Good. Hardcover . (276665) $75.00

56. Sielemann Jurgen Staatsarchiv Hamburg. Hamburger judische Opfer des Nationalsozialismus Gedenkbuch. Hamburg: Christians Druckerei, 1995. 450 pp. Very Good. Hardcover .
List of the names of the Jews of Hamburg who were murdered by the Nazis, with date of birth. (276681) $18.00

57. Slutzki, Yehudah. Bobruisk Memorial Book Volume One. Tarbut VeHinuch, 1967. 494 pp. In Yiddish . Good. Hardcover . (276695) $25.00

58. Steinman Elieser (editor). Encyclopedia of the Jewish Diaspora: A Memorial Library of Countries and Communities Poland Series Brest Lit Volume. Jerusalem: Encyclopedia of Diaspora, 1958. In Hebrew 710 pp. double column text, hinge starting. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Vol 2 of the Encyclopedia (276719) $36.00

59. Sztokfisz, David editor. Sefer Vishkov/ Wyshkow Book. Tel Aviv: : Irgune yotse Vishkov be-Yisra’el uve-huts-la-arets, 1964. 353 pp. In Yiddish large 8vo. Very Good. Hardcover .
Memorial Book .Located in central Poland about 70 miles from Warsaw, near the Bug River. (276723) $115.00

60. Talmi Ephraim editor. Kehilat Sherpts Kehilat Sherptz sefer zikaron. Tel Aviv: Ha Irgumim sel Yotse Sherpts be Yisrael, 1959. 603 ppIn Yiddish and Hebrew . stains to end papers, slight wear to covers and spine. Good. Hardcover .
Yizkor Book (276660) $50.00

61. Tarkov Mark. Belchatow Yisker-Bukh / Belchatow memorial book. Buenos Aires: Association of Polish Jews in Argentina, , 1951. 511 pp. In Yiddish. Good +. Hardcover . (276684) $64.00

62. Walk Joseph . Pinkas HaKehillot – Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities from their foundation till after the Holocust -Germany Wurttemberg Hohenzollern Baden. Yad Vashem, 1986. 548 pp. dj torn In Hebrew. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (276676) $36.00

63. Weiner, Miriam. Jewish Roots in Poland: Pages from the Past and Archival Inventories. NY: Routes to Roots/YIVO, 1997. 446 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Inventory of surviving Jewish records in Poland. Genealogical treasure. (276865) $27.00

64. Weingarten Samuel. History of the Jews of Bratislava (Pressburg) (Arim Veimahot beYisrael ); (Volume 7 of the Series Arim Veimahot beYisrael. Mossad Harav Kook, 1960. 186 pp. In Hebrew, Good +. Hardcover . (276735) $46.00

65. Yidn in Ukraine/ Jews in the Ukraine In Two Volumes. Gezelshaft tzu Fareibikn der Ondenk fun Ukrainer Yidn, 1961 and 1967. 342 pp.+ 145 pp.In Yiddish. Very Good. Hardcover .
Not strictly a memorial book (276690) $65.00

66. Zaidman Chaim. The Duty of Memory Di Hob fun Zikron My Moldavian Shtetl Harlav. Israel: Yiddish Kultur, 1982. 399 pp. In Yiddish Memories of his destroyed community. Good +. Hardcover . (276663) $25.00

67. Zebedovitz Yosef Hayim. Kehillat Horodlah Sefer zikaron. Tel Aviv: Vaad Yosei Horodola BeYisrael, 1950s. 260 pp. In Hebrew . Good. Hardcover .
Memorial book (276705) $65.00

68. (Zolkiew) Encyclopedia of the Jewish Diaspora. Zolkiew (Kiryia Nizgava). Jerusalem: Encyclop of Jewish Diaspora, 1969. Large 8vo 845 pp. double columns. foxing first few pages, tears to back pastedown. Good. Hardback & DJ.
Memorial book. In Hebrew A Memorial Library of Jewish Communities. (276667) $54.00

69. ספר לוצק. Sefer Lutsḳ.̣.Sefer Lutzk. Irgun yotsʼe Lutsḳ be-Yiśraʼel, 1961. 608 pp, memorial Book In Yiddish, front cover bit shaken. back hinge needs tightening. Good. Hardcover . (276713) $68.00

Memory – Books on the Shoah – September 2019

Dear Friends and Colleagues:

This list is issued in memory of David Kanell – a wonderful bibliophile, Jewish scholar, and community leader who lived in Vermont. He died in April, and from his widow Beth I was able to obtain his Judaica and Holocaust library. It is a major collection with many books signed to him by scholars in the field with whom he corresponded.

The memorial written by Beth Kanell can be read here.

This list contains many fundamental texts which are essential to a scholarly library.

I thank you for taking the time to peruse the list and sharing with colleagues. From our genizah in Massachusetts we are a resource to scholars, libraries and Holocaust Centers. We will persist in the midst of the overwhelming digital age we find ourselves in.

As the New Year approaches, we wish you all health, joy, and meaningful, endeavors

Shalom,
Ken aka Yekutiel Schoen

1. Alexander, Edward. The Resonance of Dust: Essays on the Holocaust and Jewish Fate. Columbus: Ohio State, 1979. Among writers discussed are Abba Kovner, I.B.Singer,Nelly Sachs,Saul Bellow and Chaim Grade. 8vo 257 pp. Good +. Hardback & DJ. (272939) $15.00

2. Angress, Werner. Between Fear and Hope: Jewish Youth in the Third Reich. NY: Columbia UP, 1988. 8vo 186 pp. Very good condition. Hardback & DJ. (272924) $8.00

3. Bauer, Yehuda. The Holocaust in Historical Perspective. Tacoma: Univ. of Washington, 1978. 182 pp.dj torn. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273044) $5.00

4. Begley, Louis. Wartime Lies: A Novel. NY: Knopf, 1991. 198 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Excellent novel about the Holocaust in Poland through the eyes of a child (272934) $10.00

5. Bercovitch Reuben. Hasen. Knopf, 1978. 142 pages Two boys,one Gentile and one Jewish, hunting game alongside a concentration camp for the commandant and then the realization that the brother of one has been brought into the camp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273003) $10.00

6. Berenbaum,Michael inscribed bt. After Tragedy and Triumph: Essays in Modern Jewish Thought and the American Experience. NY: Cambridge, 1990. 196 pp. new. Hardback & DJ. (273088) $15.00

7. Berenbaum,Michael inscribed bt. After Tragedy and Triumph: Essays in Modern Jewish Thought and the American Experience. NY: Cambridge, 1990. 196 pp. new. Hardback & DJ. (273113) $10.00

8. Blau, Eric inscribed by. The Beggar’s Cup. NY: Knopf, 1993. 270 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Novel of modern Israel and the founding, by the author of Jacques Brel is Alive.. The protagonist is a Hollywood mogul who hid in the forests of Poland and saw his entire village consumed by the Nazis.. (272956) $18.00

9. Bondy, Ruth. The Emissary: A Life of Enzo Sereni. Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1977. 265 pp. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Italian Jewish Zionist, who returned from Palestine to North Italy during the Shoah, to rescue Jews and was murdered by Nazis (273034) $15.00

10. Briskin Mae. The Tree Still Stans A novel of Rescue and Resistance. Norton, 1991. 254 pp. based on true story of Jewish family fleeing France thrugh Alps to Italy. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272955) $16.00

11. Brombert Victor. Trains of Thought Memories of a Stateless Youth. Norton, 2002. 334 pp. extraordinary memoir of growing up in France and fleeing Vichy France to Spain and the USA and joining the US military, tremendous story. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272640) $6.00

12. Browning Christopher. The Origins of the Final Solution The Evolution of the Nazi Jewish policy Sept 1939-March 1942. Univ of Nebraska, 2004. 615 pages dj torn. Very good. Hardback & DJ. (272959) $15.00

13. Checinski Michael. Poland, Communism, Nationalism, Anti-Semitism. Karz, 1982. 288 pp. inscribed by author, fore edge foxed Begins with post War Poland and Kielce Massacre and fate of the survivors,et al. Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272385) $15.00

14. Cohn, Norman. Warrant for Genocide: The myth of the Jewish world conspiracy and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. NY: Harper and Row, 1967. 301 pp. dj torn and bookplate sfep. good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
On the history of the Protocols. (272851) $12.00

15. Dean Carolyn. The Fragility of Empathy after the Holocaust. Cornell Univ, 2004. 203 pages . Very good condition. Paperback.
Traces changing attitudes toward the representation of the suffering vulnerable body. (273057) $7.00

16. Dinnerstein, Leonard. Uneasy at Home: Antisemitism and the American Jewish Experience. NY: Columbia, 1987. 281 pp. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273107) $17.00

17. Dobschiner, Johanna. Selected to Live. Old Rappan: Revell, 1973. Holocaust memoir. Raised Orthodox Jewish converted to Christianity. 12mo 190 pp. good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272925) $10.00

18. Doneson, Judith. The Holocaust in American Film. Phil.: JPS, 1987. 8vo 263 pp. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Investigates the ways in which specific films influenced and reflected the Americanization of the Holocaust. (272952) $10.00

19. Dwork Deborah Van Pelt Robert. Flight from the Reich Refugee Jews 1933-1946. Norton, 2009. 496 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272922) $12.00

20. Eber Irene. The Choice: Poland, 1939-1945. Schocken, 2004. 229 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Returning to her hometown of Mielec and her memories of the Shoah.Her family was murdered and she escaped. (273083) $6.00

21. Eidherr Armin (hrsg). Zwischenwelt 10. Diaspora – Exil als Krisenerfahrung. Jüdische Bilanzen und Perspektiven. Drava Kramer Gesellschaft, 2006. 437 pp. collection of essays. Very Good. Paperback. (258418) $15.00

22. Eisen, George. Children and Play in the Holocaust: Games among the Shadows. Amherst: Univ. of Mass, 1988. 163 pplibrary number at base of dj ands light library mark on fep. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Based on original documents, diaries and survivor interviews, explores how children and adults used play as means of survival. (272926) $10.00

23. Ezekiel Raphael. The Racist Mind Portraits of American Neo Nazis and Klansmen. Viking, 1995. 329 pp.includes with leaders and Ezekiel’s interpretation of the message and appeal. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273109) $16.00

24. Feiler Arthur. Das Experiment des Bolschewismus. Frankfurt: Societats Verlag, 1931. 277 pp.end papers slight foxing. Good. Boards.
Refugee teacher at New School for Social Research, was co author with Max Ascoli of Fascism for Whom? (258515) $15.00

25. Ferencz, Benjamin. Less than Slaves: A sequel to Hitler’s Holocaust, the story of Jewish forced labor. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1979. 8vo 249 pp. dj tears. Good +. Hardback & DJ. (275155) $7.00

26. Figes, Eva. Little Eden: A Child at War. NY: Persea Books, 1978. 12mo 140 pp. Very Good. Paperback.
Narative of her life in the countryside of England during the War, having fled Berlin in 1939 with her family. Reflections. (272920) $4.00

27. Fink Ida. Traces stories. NY: Metropolitan Books, 1997. 208 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Stories of the Holocaust. By author of Scrap of Time and the Journey. (272999) $15.00

28. Fink, Ida. The Journey. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1990. 251 pp. good. Hardback & DJ.
By the author of A Scrap of Time. Novel of two Jewish girls disguised as Polish peasants working in Nazi Germany. (272644) $15.00

29. Fishman, Charles ( editor). Blood to Remember: American Poets on the Holocaust. Lubbock: Texas Tech Univ. Press, 1991. 12mo 426 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272950) $9.00

30. Florence Ronald. Emissary of the Doomed: Bargaining for Lives in the Holocaust. Viking, 2010. 328 pp. Jole Brand negotiating/bargaining on behalf of the Jewish Rescue Committee for the Jews of Hungary with Eichmann. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273070) $20.00

31. Foster John. Community of Fate. Allen and Unwin, 1986. 174 pp.An exploration of the experiences of 14 Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany who arrived in Melbourne between 1938 and 1949. Explores the way the under the shared impact of persecution and encounter with Australian society refugees rec onstructed their lives and shaped their values. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273082) $27.00

32. Frank Anne (Moser Barry designer and Joseph Goldyne illustrator). Diary of a Young Girl Het Achteruis. Pennyroyal and Jewish Heritage, , 1985. One of 350 numbered copies signed by the artist, Joseph Goldyne and book designer, Barry Moser. 2 volumes. Illustrated with 10 color etchings each signed by the artist, Joseph Goldyne, tissue guards. Second volume has an extra suite of plates also signed by the artist. Folio, volume One is full gray blind stamped morocco and Volume II is 1/2 gray morocco, slipcase. Magnificent limited edition. Very Good. Grey Morocco. (270303) $2,750.00

33. Friedlander Albert. Riders Towards The Dawn:: From Ultimate Suffering to Tempered Hope. Constable, 1993. 326 pp Collection of esays on Jewish theology, Jewish life throughut the Diaspra and the Holocaust . British edition American edition title was Riders Towards the Dawn : From Holocaust to Hope. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273059) $15.00

34. Friedman J. Why Should I Care?: Lessons From the Holocaust. Wordsmith, 2009. 261 pp.slight library marks. Very Good-. Paperback. (272540) $16.00

35. Ganglmair Sieg. Resistance and Persecution in Austria 1938-1945. Federal Press Service, 1988. 107 pp. cover creased. Good +. Wrapper.
Austria Documentation (272504) $12.00

36. Gegen den Strom. In memoriam Carl von Ossietzky; Carl von Ossietzky Medaille 1962 – 1987, Texte, Reden, Zitate. Internationale Liga f. Menschenrechte, 1988. 134 pp In German.Important German journalist during Weimar and exposed the rearmement movement in 1931 and was imprisoned and died in prison was given Nobel Prize in absentia. Good. Stiff Wrapper. (272455) $17.00

37. Gold, Hugo. Die Juden und Judengemeinden Bohmens in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart / 1. Judische Buch und Kunst, 1934. 735 pp. ex library with markings and book plate, hinges starting lacks title page . Good. Hardcover . (272370) $136.00

38. Govrin Michael. The Name. Riverhead, 1998. Daughter of Holocaust survivor trying to find atonement through refuge in an ultra Orthodox seminary translated from the Hebrew. Very Good. Paperback. (272936) $10.00

39. Greenberg, Gershon. Sh’erit Ha’pleta: Confronting the Impact of the Holocaust: A listing of articles and books reflecting the Jewish religious; responses to the Holocaust in its immediate aftermath (1944-1949). Ramat Gan: Finkler Institute, 1994. In Hebrew. 102 pp ex library with markings and pocket and book plate. Very Good. wrapper. (272433) $25.00

40. Grosz Georg. Die Gezeichneten. 60 Blätter aus 15 Jahren. Malik, 1930. 1-8 tausend. 126 pp.slight tears to covrs slight black mark on tp captures the decadence and violence of the Weimar period and the militarism in the background, stark powerful images. Good +. Stiff Wrapper. (272458) $130.00

41. Grudzinka-Gross Irina, Jan T. Gross. War through children’s eyes: The Soviet occupation of Poland and the deportations, 1939-1941 (Hoover archival documentaries). Hoover, 1981. 260 pp. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272921) $17.00

42. Halperin, Irving. Messengers from the Dear Literature of the Holocaust. Phil: Westminster, 1979. 142 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ. (276113) $15.00

43. Heinemann, Marlene. Gender and Destiny: Women Writers and the Holocaust. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1986. 12mo 149 pp. good. Cloth. (273081) $8.00

44. Hermon, Zvi. Vom Seelsorger zum Kriminologen: Rabbiner in Gottingen, Reformer des Gefangniswesens und Psychotherapeut in Israel. Gottingen: Otto Schwartz, 1990. 617 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Autobiography; left Germany in 1938 and emigrated to Palestine (272388) $25.00

45. Hirsch David. The Deconstruction of Literature: Criticism after Auschwitz. Btrown, 1991. 314 pp. Very Good. Paperback. (272951) $10.00

46. Hirschmann Ira. The Embers Still Burn: An eye-witness account of our get-soft-with-Germany policy. Simon and Schuster, 1949. 272 pp. dj torn bookplate With UNRRA visiting the Dislaced Persons Camps ,demoralizing conditions of the camps,swift rebuilding of our former enemy and the advent of the Cold War discouraged Hirschmann greatly

Had been involved in rescue work. Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273037) $10.00

47. Hofstein, Irene. Irene: Chronicle of a Survivor. NY: Shengold, 1997. 8vo 177 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Memoir of a German Jewish girl who emigrated to the USA and her letters to her grandmother trapped in Nazi Germany. (273074) $12.00

48. Holczler Moshe. Late Reflections: An Anthology of Holocaust Stories. NY: CIS, 1994. 188 pp.pp. Very good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Written by Holocaust survivor who worked with survivors after the War, his memories of growing up and the Shoah and others surivirors’ recollections of the Shoah. (272439) $15.00

49. Holzner Johann (hrsg). Zwischenwelt 6/ Literatur Der “Inneren Emigration” Aus Osterreich. Kramer Gesellschaft and Docker, 1998. 473 pp collection of essays. Very Good. Paperback. (258419) $15.00

50. Hyman, Joseph. Twenty-Five Years of American Aid to Jews Overseas: A Record of the Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. NY: Self, 1939. 12mo 63 pp. number on spine and slight library mark on fep. good. Cloth.
Chapter on the Nazi Era and Prelude to War.Hyman was Executive Director of the Joint. (272391) $26.00

51. Jabotinsky, Ze’ev. The War and The Jew. NY: Atalena Press, 1987. 299 pp. first published in 1942, foretold the Shoah and writes of work to get the Jews to flee Europe for Palestine. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
With A Foreword By Pierre Van Paasen And A Conclusion By Colonel John Henry Patterson, D.S.O. New Introductions By Menachem Begin And Dov Shilansky. Biography By Charles Shapiro.inscribed by Shapiro (273067) $18.00

52. (Jabotinsky). This is Betar. NY: Brith Trumpeldor of America, 1940s?. 64 pp.article about philosophy of self defense and establishing a state, philosophy about Jabotinsky and by him, discussed plight of Jews in Nazi Europe,ex library with pocket library boards. Good. Boards. (272516) $45.00

53. Jeffrey Laura. Simon wiesenthal Tracking Down Nazi Criminals. Enslow, 1997. 104 pp. Very Good. Hardcover . (272912) $15.00

54. Kadrnoska Franz (editor). Aufbruch und Untergang; Osterreichische Kultur Zwischen 1918 und 1938. Wien: Europa Verlag, 1981. 637 pages. Very good. Hardback & DJ. (272387) $15.00

55. Kershaw Ian. Hitler the Germans and the Final Solution. Yale, 2008. 393 pp. Good +. Hardcover . (272896) $5.00

56. Kis Danilo. A Tomb for Boris Davidovich. HBJ, 1978. 135 pages dj good. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Russia during the Revolution and Stalin revealed through the lives of seven revolutionary Jews from different countries and destroyed by their ideals. (272992) $12.00

57. Klier Freya. Promised New Zealand: Fleeing Nazi Persecution. Otago, 2010. 254 pp. slight library mark title page Story of twenty four Jews who fled Nazi Germany for New Zealand. Very Good. Paperback. (272511) $17.00

58. Klosch Christian . Mimi Grossberg (1905-1997) Eine osterreichische Exilautorin in New York. Zirkular, 1999. 60 pp. Very Good. Wrapper. (272503) $15.00

59. Lang Daniel. A Backward Look Germans Remember. mcgraw hill , 1979. 112 pp.sfep How the Shoah is remembered through lens of high school students and others,impressionistic odyssey. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273036) $12.00

60. Lang, Berel (editor). Writing and the Holocaust. NY: Holmes and Meier, 1988. 301 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Prominent writers explore the ways in which the historical and moral devestation has affected subsequent writing on the Shoah. (272942) $12.00

61. Laska Vera editor. Women in the Resistance and in the Holocaust: The Voices of Eyewitnesses (Contributions in Women’s Studies). Praeger, 1983. 330 pp. Very Good. Hardcover . (273080) $15.00

62. Leff Lisa. The Archive Thief: The Man Who Salvaged French Jewish History in the Wake of the Holocaust. Oxford University Press, 2015. 286 pp.on Zosa Szajkowski, important historian who was caught removing documents from Jewish libraries, an investigation of his life and motives. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (268436) $15.00

63. Levy, Alan. The Wiesenthal File. MI: William B, Eerdmans Pub Co, 1993. 1st. 464 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Critical examination of his life and work (258465) $9.00

64. Lewin Isaac. Late Summer Fruit Essays. NY: Bloch, 1960. 175 pp. Good +. cloth.
Some important writings on the Holocaust including The Outlawing of Polish Jewry by the Nazis, Religious Life of Jewish Refugees in Soviet Russia, Polish Yeshivot in Exile during world War II, legal issues also covered (272457) $22.00

65. Liebmann, Kurt (Illustrations by Leah Grundig.). Im Tal des Todes. Dresden: Sachsenverlag, 1947. 44pp. Photograph,17 black and white illustrations. The corners are bumped, the spine and edges are worn, and there is a previous owner’s name and slight stamp. Illustrations by Leah Grundig are haunting and horrifying of the Shoah and aftermath. Text in German . Good. Boards.
Lea Lange was born in Dresden and raised as an Orthodox Jewish woman. However, she found the Orthodox environment stifling, and in 1922 she began several years of art studies, first at the Academy of Arts and Crafts and then at the Academy of Art. Lea was impressed by the works of Barlach and Kokoschka, and the War cycle by Otto Dix reinforced her deep convictions as a pacifist. Around 1924, she met her future husband, the artist Hans Grundig, who came from a working-class background, and in 1926 both joined the Communist Party…. In several etching cycles done during the early Nazi years, she aimed to depict “the thousand fears, the presentiment of doom, the imprisonment of the persecuted, the inhumanity and the fight against it by the best of mankind.” Starting in 1936, both Grundigs were in and out of concentration camps as a result of their past Communist affiliations and ongoing anti-Nazi activities. Lea managed to emigrate to Palestine, but Hans was incarcerated for the duration of the Nazi period. After World War II, Lea rejoined her husband in Dresden. Despite her unwavering Communist sympathies, Lea did not always have an easy time with the repressive East German regime, though toward the end of her life she was showered with many official honors.” Galerie St Etienne (272327) $85.00

66. Littman, Sol . War Criminal on Trial: The Rauca Case. Toronto: Lester and Orpen Dennys, 1983. 193pp. dj torn. Very Good. Paperback.
Astonishing story of Helmut Rauca the first Nazi war criminal in Canada to be extradited for war crimes. (272913) $12.00

67. Luel Steven editor. Psychoanalytic Reflections on the Holocaust: Selected Essays. Ktav, 1984. 236 pp. dj torn . Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273055) $15.00

68. Lustig, Arnost. Diamonds of the Night. NY: NWUP, 1986. 287 pp dj torn . nine stories that span the Shoah from internment to liberation. Good +. Hardback & DJ. (272969) $15.00

69. MacKenzie Catherine . Auktion 392 – Reclaiming the Galerie Stern, Düsseldorf (Ben Uri). Fofa Gallery, 2008. 58 pp. Max Stern was a German Jewish art dealer arrested and ultimately sent to Auschwitz. This is an attempt to recreate some of the work that he had in his gallery . with extensive material on Stern and the plight of German Jewish art dealers. Very Good. Paperback. (272368) $10.00

70. Maimann Helene (redakteur). Osterreicher Im Exil 1934 Bis 1945. Protokoll Des Internationalen Symposiums Zur Erforschung Des Österreichischen Exils Von 1934 Bis 1945. Bundesverlag Dok des osterr. Widerstandes, 1977. 618 pp. presentations and discussions needs rebinding. Good-. Paperback. (272460) $25.00

71. Marchwitza Hans. Storm over the Ruhr. NY: International Publishers, 1932. 272 pp.slight stains to covers worn. good. Boards.
Novel of the resistance of the Ruhr miners to the Kapp Putsch of 1920. By important exile writer. Scarce title (272456) $20.00

72. Marrus Michael inscribed by. Perspectives on the Holocaust; (The Nazi Holocaust : Historical Articles on the Destruction of European Jews, No 1). Meckler, 1989. 446 pp. Very Good. Hardcover . (273027) $25.00

73. Marrus, Michael signed by. The Unwanted European Refugees in the Twentieth Century. Oxford University Press, 1985. 414 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ. (273031) $15.00

74. Matas David. Justice Delayed Nazi War Criminals in Canada. Toronot: Summerhill Press, 1987. 275 pp.dj chipped. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Important book. Concerns the Deschenes Commission Inquiry and the sanctuary of war criminals in Canada and inaction (272915) $10.00

75. Medoff Rafael. The Student Struggle Against the Holocaust. Wyman Instittue, 2010. 256 pp. Work of three Rabbinical students and attempt to influence Congress and country to take action re the Shoah. Very Good. Stiff Wrapper. (272464) $20.00

76. Meed, Vladka (inscribed and signed). On Both Sides of the Wall: Memoirs from Warsaw Ghetto. Ghetto Fighter’s House, 1973. 342 pp. tears along spine, cover rough ,book plate, long inscription in Yiddish by Meed on title page, and a separate personal note card “To young American Jews who have much understanding and heart feeling for our very tragic and heroic chapter in Jewish history” Vladka Meed 1974 Good-. Hardcover .
Vladka and her future husband Benjamin Meed pretended to be Aryans and helped organize the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. (270902) $75.00

77. Mishell William. Kaddish for Kovno: Life and Death in a Lithuanian Ghetto, 1941-1945. Chicago Review, 1988. 398 pp. fore edge foxed. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273427) $15.00

78. Moskovitz, Sarah. Love Despite Hate: Child Survivors of the Holocaust and Their Adult Lives. NY: Schocken Books, 1983. 245 pp. dj worn . Good condition. Hardback & Dust Jacket.
Study of children who came to Lingfield Surrey after the War from Terezin , interviews with twenty four former residents (273013) $15.00

79. Neave Airey. On Trial at Nuremberg. Little Brown, 1978. 348 pp.British soldier escaped from Colditz worked on devising escape routes for prisoners and chosen to advise Nazi War Criminals and deeply involved in the Trial. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272963) $12.00

80. Niezabitowska, Malgorzata. Remnants: The Last Jews in Poland. NY: Friendly Press, 1986. 272 pp. good. Hardback & DJ.
Text and photographs. Compelling. (272651) $15.00

81. Nir, Yehuda. The Lost Childhood: A memoir. Scholastic Press, 2002. Holocaust memoir. 281 pp. enlarged edition . Very Good. Hardback & DJ. (272919) $10.00

82. Ofer Dalia and Weitzman Lenore (editors). Women in the Holocaust. New Haven: Yale, 1998. 402 pages. Very good. Hardback & DJ. (273092) $10.00

83. Ostow Robin. Jews in Contemporary East Germany: The Children of Moses in the Land of Marx. Macmillan, 1989. 169 pp. Excellent interviews with survivors and children of survivors . Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272509) $15.00

84. Page Alex. The Passing of a Family. Amherst: self published, 1990. 42 pp. Very good. Paperback.
Spent boyhood in Berlin from 1926 to 1937. Inscribed Became Professor at UMass. This work is about his Hungarian relatives and what happened to them in the Shoah. Eighteen members of his family perished. (272988) $12.00

85. Patterson David. The Shriek of Silence: A Phenomenology of the Holocaust Novel. Kentucky, 1991. 180 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272948) $15.00

86. Pauley Bruce. Hitler and the Forgotten Nazis; A history of Austrian National Socialism. Chapel Hill: UNC, 1981. 292 pages lacks free end paper library number on spine covered. Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272577) $16.00

87. Pick, Hella. Simon Wiesenthal: A Life in Search of Justice. Boston: Northeastern UP, 1996. 348 pp. new. Hardback & DJ. (272652) $10.00

88. Poliakov, Leon. The History of Anti-Semitism: Volume three From Voltaire to Wagner. NY: Vanguard, 1973. 399 pp. Very Good-. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273426) $15.00

89. Rapoport Louis. Shake Heaven and Earth: Peter Bergson and the Struggle to Rescue the Jews of Europe. Jerusalem: Gefen, 1999. 8vo 273 pp. new. Hardback & DJ. (273046) $15.00

90. Rappaport Doreen. Beyond Courage : The Untold Story of Jewish Resistance During the Holocaust. Candlewick, 2014. 228 pp. personalized eye witness accounts written for high school/college students. Very Good. Paperback. (272445) $15.00

91. Reichart, Walter. Max Pinkus 1857-1934. Munich: Akad. Graphische Gewerbe, 1957. Essays in memorium, 300 copies printed. 60 pp. papers on boards, lacks backstrip, mounted plate frontispiece, cover boards torn and marked. Good-. Boards.
Noted industrialist and bibliophile, library was confiscated by the Nazis and dispersed (272454) $20.00

92. Return to Life: The Holocaust Survivors: From Liberation to Rehabilation. Beth Hatefutsoth, 1985. 86 pp. ex library with pocket exhibition catalog filled with pictures. Good. Stiff Wrapper.
(Exhibition of The Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora) (272564) $20.00

93. Reznikoff Charles. Holocaust. Black Sparrow, 1975. 111 pp. poems about the Shoah . Good +. Paperback. (272977) $10.00

94. Rollansky (Roshanski Shmuel). Katsetlers fragmentn fun forsharbetn tsu der kharakteristik, zikhronot, bilder ; antologye; El confinado en los Campos de Concentracion en la literature Idish. Buenos Aires: IWO, 1982. 242 pp. in Yiddish ex library with book plate and pocket, stamp on fore edge. Good. Hardcover . (272473) $36.00

95. Rosensaft Menachem. God Faith & Identity from the Ashes Reflections of Children and Grandchildren of Holocaust Survivors. Jewish Lights, 2015. 305 pp. about 100 individuals. Good. Hardcover . (273077) $10.00

96. Rosenzweig, Luc. Waldheim. NY: Adama Books, 1987. 12mo 184 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
What did Kurt Waldheim really do during WW2? (272917) $10.00

97. Roth, Joseph. What I saw; Reports from Berlin 1920-1933. Norton, 2003. 226 pages . Very good. Hardback & DJ.
Weimar Berlin through the eyes of the author of Radetzky March and Job. Michael Hofmann’s expert translation of the “poem on every page” (Brodsky) collection of essays, Joseph Roth in Berlin: Ein Lesebuch fur Spazierganger (ed. Michael Bienert). The essays are divided into nine sections. The first (“What I saw”) consists of “Going for a Walk”, a wonderful contribution to Stadtspaziergangliteratur (cf. Walser’s “The Walk”); the last, (“Look Back in Anger”), of the unforgettable “The Auto-da-Fe of the Mind”, Roth’s contemporary account (written in the fall of 1933 in Paris–in French!) of the Nazi book burnings. In between one finds more essays on each of these topics: The Jewish Quarter, Displaced Persons, Traffic, Berlin under Construction, Bourgeoisie and Bohemians, Berlin’s Pleasure Industry, and An Apolitical Observer goes to the Reichstag. (272444) $15.00

98. Ruckerl, Adalbert. The Investigation of Nazi Crimes 1945-1978: A Documentation. Heidelberg: Archon, 1980. 145 pp.,dj torn. Good +. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272916) $9.00

99. Russell Jan. The Train to Crystal City: FDR’s Secret Prisoner Exchange Program and America’s Only Family Internment Camp During World War II. Scribner’s, 2015. 393 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (273073) $15.00

100. Sacco, Jack. Where the Birds Never Sing; The True Story of the 92nd Signal Battalion and the Liberation of Dachau. Regan, 2003. 312 pp. Cover creased. Very Good. Paperback. (276202) $10.00

101. Sartre Jen Paul. On Genocide And a summary of the evidence and the judgments of the International War Crimes Tribunal. Beacon, 1968. 85 pp. sfep. Very Good. Paperback.
Tribunal concerned the US involvement in Vietnam (273005) $15.00

102. Scholem, Gershom. From Berlin to Jerusalem: Memories of My Youth. NY: Schocken Books, 1988. 178 pp. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Growing up in an assimilated Jewish family in Berlin,interest in mysticism,emigration to Palestine,friendships. (273467) $7.00

103. Schulman Helen. The Revisionist a Novel. Crown, 1998. Novel of child of Holocaust survivor and his taking on the world of Holocaust deniers and the havoc of his life. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272933) $15.00

104. Schwarz-Bart, Andre. The Last of the Just. NY: Atheneum, 1961. 374 pp.torn dj. good. Hardback & DJ.
One of the most powerful works on Jewish suffering through the ages, from the pogroms to the gas chambers. (272930) $5.00

105. Segal Naftali. BaShaAr Sefer Limude HaLashon HaIvrit sefer Rishon; baszaar baschaar. Tel Aviv: Newman , 1948. 108 pp. In Hebew Polish German Yiddish paper yellowing but not brittle taped spine. Good-. Stiff Wrapper.
special Edition for the American Jewish Joint for use by olim and survivors coming to Israel (272497) $79.00

106. Sevela, Efraim. Legends from Invalid Street. NY: Doubleday, 1974. 212 pp. dj torn. Good. Hardback & DJ.
Stories about Jews in Lithuania before and during the Holocaust. (272991) $8.00

107. Shadur, Joseph. A Drive to Survival: Belgium, France, Spain, Portugal: 1940. South Deerfield: Schoen Books, 1999. 144 pp. Holocaust memoir by authority on Jewish papercuts. Fine/As new. Cloth.
Through the eyes of a twelve year old, fleeing the Nazis in the family’s Oldsmobile. We published the book. (258889) $10.00

108. Sheftel, Yoram. The Demjanjuk Affair The Rise and Fall of a Show Trial. Gollancz, 1993. 378 pp. new. Hardback & DJ. (272962) $15.00

109. Sheinson Yosef illustrations Adler Mikos woodcuts Touster Saul editor . A Survivors’ Haggadah. JPS, 2000. 91 pp. book designed by Scott Kosofsky “Originally published in Munich 1946 for the first Passover after liberation and printed by the US Army of Occupation. Here presented in a facsimile edition with an English translation.” Very Good. Hardcover . (272461) $30.00

110. Sherman Martin. Bent. Avon, 1979. 68 pp. Play about two homosexual lovers and their arrest by the Nazis and issues of survival in Dachau, Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket. (272953) $17.00

111. Silver Daniel. Refuge in Hell; How Berlin’s Jewish Hospital Outlasted the Nazis. Houghton Miflin, 2003. 308 pages. Very good. Hardback & DJ. (273032) $7.00

112. Stanton, Alfred (editor). Personality and Political Crisis: New Perspectives from Social Science and Psychiatry for Study of War and Politics. Glencoe: Free Press, 1951. 260 pp. (inscribed by Harold Lasswell to Daniel Lerner), covers worn, dog eared pages. Good. Cloth.
Important chapter by David Levy on Anti Nazis and Nazis for the purpose of determining criteria of differentiation., Lasswell on Propaganda and Mass Insecurity (272459) $20.00

113. Suhl, Yuri. They Fought Back: The Story of the Jewish Resistance in Nazi Europe. NY: Crown Publishers, 1967. 8vo 330 pp.dj tears. Good +. Hardback & DJ. (273478) $10.00

114. Tedeschi, Giuliana. There is a Place on Earth: A Woman in Birkenau. NY: Pantheon, 1992. 216 pp. new. Hardback & DJ.
Memoir of an Italian Jewish woman who survived Birkenau. (273129) $12.00

115. Toll, Nelly. Behind the Secret WIndow: A Memoir of a Hidden Childhood During WW2. NY: Dial, 1993. 161 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ.
Includes 29 wartime paintings of the author. (272923) $9.00

116. USHMM. A National Commitment to remember Official Groundbreaking Days of Remembrance 1986. USHMC, 1986. 53 pp. includes various speeches, covers slightly bent. Good. Wrapper. (273019) $10.00

117. Ustinov Peter. We were only human. Atlantic Little Brown, , 1961. about 25 pages of chariacatures of Nazi war criminals and their statements, title page creased. Good. Hardcover . (272928) $15.00

118. Vago, Bela. The Shadow of the Swastika: The Rise of Fascism and Anti-Semitism in the Danube Basin: 1936-1939. England: Saxon House, 1975. 8vo 430 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ. (273025) $17.00

119. Wardi, Dina. Memorial Candles: Children of the Holocaust. NY: Routledge, 1993. 270 pp. slight library marks. Very Good-. Hardcover .
Psychotherapeutic work with children of survivors. Studies the transmission of trauma, use of group therapy. Important work (272502) $14.00

120. Waterford, Helen. Commitment to the Dead: One Woman’s Journey Toward Understanding. Frederick: Renaissance House, 1987. 8vo 168 pp. Very Good-. Wrapper.
Survivor of Nazi camps,visits schools in the USA with Alfons Hecks,former Nazi Youth leader, discussing her experiences. (272467) $15.00

121. Watt, D C. Personalities and Policies: Studies in the Formulation of British Foreign Policy in the 20th Century. Notre Dame: Notre Dame, 1965. 276 pp.dj torn. Good +. Hardback & DJ.
Includes chapter on German influence on British Opinion 1933-38 (272628) $10.00

122. Weingarten, Yerahmiel. A Velt in flamen: milhome-iberlebungen. A World in Flames. Montreal: Eagle, 1942. In Yiddish 240 pp. inscribed by author, slight library mark on fep. Good-. Hardcover . (272471) $20.00

123. Weinstein, Frida Scheps. A Hidden Childhood: A Jewish girl’s Sanctuary in a French convent: 1942-45. NY: Hill and Wang, 1985. 151 pp. good. Hardback & DJ. (272918) $8.00

124. Weisbord, Robert. The Chief Rabbi, the Pope, and the Holocaust: An Era in Vatican-Jewish Relations. Phil.: Transaction, 1992. 231 pp. Very Good. Hardback & DJ. (272960) $17.00

125. Weyl Nathaniel. The Battle Against Disloyalty. Crowell, 1951. 375 pp number on spine and slight library mark on fep. Good +. Hardcover .
Fighting and finding Nazi and Communist spies (272468) $10.00

126. Winks Robin. Cloak and Gown; Scholars in America’s Secret War. Collins Harvill, 1987. A study of the OSS and its work after the War; 606 pages dj torn. Good +. Hardback & DJ. (273106) $8.00

127. Wollschlaeger Bernd. A German Life – Against all odds, change is possible. Emor, 2007. 200 pp. slight library marks Grew up in post war Germany discovered father was decorated Nazi hero, emigrated to Israel became Jewish and ultimately settled in Florida Extensive material on life in Germany and experiences . Very Good. Paperback. (272423) $15.00

128. Young, James inscribed by. Writing and Rewriting the Holocaust: Narrative and the Consequences of Interpretation. Indiana University Press, 1988. 243 pp. Very Good-. Hardback & DJ. (273110) $15.00

129. Zipes, Jack (translator). The Operated Jew: Two Tales of Anti-Semitism. NY: Routledge, 1991. 137 pp. Very Good. Hardcover & Dust Jacket.
Story by Oskar Panizza and responded story by Mynona(Salomo Friedlander) The Operated Goy. Myths of modern Anti-Semitism. (273121) $25.00