New York: The National Conference of Jewish Social Service and The Jewish Social Service Quarterly, 1941. Hardbound. Royal octavo, frontispiece photo, grey cloth with black lettering, 205 pp., list of delegates.
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Leipzig: Reclam Verlag, 1995. Softbound. Duodecimo, paper covers, 347 pp., b/w photos. Translated into German from the Polish by Roswitha Matwin-Buschmann. Mit einem geleitwort von Jerzy Ficowski.
Boro Park, New York: Yeshivah u-metivta Torah ve-yir'ah de-Rabenu Yo'el mi-Satmar, 1987/8. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 124 pp. Text is in Hebrew.
Dachau: KZ-Gedenkstätte Dachau. Museum-Archiv-Bibliothek. 1984. Softbound. Small quarto, paper covers with a plastic spiral spine, 17 single-sided pp. In German.
New York: Atheneum, 1960. Fifth Printing. Hardbound. Octavo in mildly edgeworn dust jacket, 374 pp. Translated by Stephen Becker.
[Litomerice]: [Pamatnik Terezin-Mala pevnost], . Softbound. Small octavo, stapled paper covers with minor wear, cover photo, 13 pp., b/w photos. Very uncommon.
Tel Aviv: Hevrah La-Hotsa'at Bita'on Le-Hagut Yehudit, 1971. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 228 pp. Text is in Hebrew.
New York: Jewish Frontier Association, 1942. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 98 pp. With articles by Hayim Greenberg, Victor Gollancz, Marie Syrkin, Presidient Roosevelt and the Archbishop of Toulouse as well as unsigned reports on the vatious nations of Europe.
No place [Riga?]: The Committee of Repatriation and Cultural Relations with Countrymen Now Living in Foreign Lands, Latvian Section, No date, after 1945. Softbound. Duodecimo, stapled paper covers, 50 pp. A very personal attack from the the Latvian Soviet government exposing Latvian Nazi collaborators at the time in the U.S......
New York: Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds, 1941. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 19 pp.
Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1976. First Edition. Hardbound. Octavo, brown cloth, 553 pp., index. In Hebrew. Twenty-One Articles.
New York: YIVO, 1963. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 24, 24 pp., b/w photos. In Yiddish and English from opposite ends of the pamphlet.
New York: Yiddish Scientific Institute - YIVO, 1940. Softbound. Quarto, stapled paper covers, 10 single-sided sheets. In Yiddish.
Jerusalem: [Leo Baeck Institute], 1960. Hardbound. Octavo in mildly edgeworn dust jacket, frontispiece photo, 164 pp. In German except for a few in English. Articles are "Zur Einführung," Schlomo F. Rülf, "Paul Lazarus - Sein Leben und Wirken in Deutschland," Leo Baerwald, "Paul Lazarus in der Jugendarbeit," Hugo Hahn, "Paul.....
New York: Natsyonaln Komitet far dem Arbetndikn Yisroel, 1959. Softbound. Royal octavo, glossy paper covers, 92 pp., b/w photos. In Yiddish.
Tel Aviv: Muze'on ha-lohamim veha-partizanim, 1987. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 130 pp., b/w photos. Text is in Hebrew and English. Hebrew articles are "Editorial: Was the Holocaust Foreseen?" "Betar (1923-1933) - Its Methods, Activities and Opponents," Most Secret Document- On the Annihilation of the Jews of Lithuania," "Letters from the.....
Tel Aviv: Museum and Partisans and Combatants, 1983. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 112 pp., b/w photos, English language introduction at the rear. In Hebrew except as noted.
Tel Aviv: Museum and Partisans and Combatants, 1978. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 82 pp., b/w photos, English language introduction at the rear. In Hebrew except as noted.
Krakow: Galicia Jewish Museum, in cooperation with the Auschwitz Jewish Center and the Polish/American/Jewish Alliance for Youth Action (PAJA), 2006. Softbound. Quarto, paper covers, 64 pp., color photos. Text is in Polish and English. Photographs by Chris Schwarz. Foreword by Konstanty Gebert. Introduction by Katherine Craddy, Tomasz Kuncewicz. Biographical research.....
New York: American Jewish Conference, 1945. Softbound. Octavo, stapled paper covers, 16 pp.
Berkeley, California: Judah L. Magnes Museum, 1985. Softbound. Oblong octavo, stapled paper covers, 32 pp., b/w and color illustrations. Lenke Rothman was born in Hungary. At sixteen she was liberated from Bergen-Belson and was taken to Sweden to recuperate. She was in hospital there until 1951 and has remained in.....