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“NATIONAL WEEKLY FOR THE SURVIVING REMNANT”

(JUDAICA) (HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS). Unser Welt (Our World) Periodical. Munich and Paris, 1946-51.

Scarce, nearly complete run of the earliest issues of the Zionist newspaper Unser Welt, “Our World,” the “National Weekly for Jewry in Europe,” published in Munich just after World War II and the Holocaust. $15,000.

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“THE SINGLE MOST SIGNIFICANT USE OF PHOTOGRAPHY AS A WITNESS”

(HOLOCAUST) Anonymous. KZ. No place, 1945.

First and only edition, published in 1945 by the American War Information Unit upon the liberation of Nazi concentration camps at Buchenwald, Belsen, Gardelegen, Nordhausen and Ohrdruf, with 44 devastating photogravures. Scarce in original fragile self-wrappers. $3200.

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“WE ARE NOT YET FREE OF THE BURDEN OF THE PAST”

(JUDAICA-HOLOCAUST) OLEVSKI, Rafael et al., editors. Undzer Churban in Bild. Our Destruction in Pictures. Bergen-Belsen, December 1946.

First edition of one of the earliest defining collections of images of the Holocaust, printed at Bergen-Belsen, with original front color wrapper, rarely found, and 115 photogravures. $3200.

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EXCEEDINGLY RARE FIRST THREE ISSUES OF HIREK AZ ALHURCOLTAKRÕL, LISTING HUNGARIAN JEWISH SURVIVORS OF THE DEATH CAMPS

(HOLOCAUST) SÁNDOR, Dezsö, editor. Hirek Az Elhurcoltakrol. Budapest, July 5, 1945; July 17, 1945; August 14, 1945. Three issues.

Rare 1945 collection of the first three issues of Hirek Az Elhurcoltakröl (News about the Deportees)—July 5, July 17 and August 14, 1945—published in Budapest by the National Relief Committee for Deportees, each identifying Hungarian Jewish survivors of death camps—from Buchenwald, Bergen Belsen, Theresienstadt, and many others—including survivors in Sweden through the aid of the Swedish Red Cross, and survivors of Russian prisoner-of-war camps. $2600.

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TO WIESENTHAL “THE HOLOCAUST WAS NOT ONLY A JEWISH TRAGEDY BUT A HUMAN ONE”: FIRST EDITION OF WIESENTHAL’S RARE FIRST BOOK

(HOLOCAUST) WIESENTHAL, Simon. KZ Mauthausen. Linz and Wien, 1946.

First edition of Simon Wiesenthal’s rare first book, published only one year after his liberation from the brutality of Mauthausen death camp, one of the first published narratives of the Holocaust, with his text in German, a full-page duotone of Mauthausen, red-and-black front wrapper and 25 full-page duotones after striking original drawings and photo-montages by him, in original wrappers. $2000.

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ONE OF THE EARLIEST WORK ON THE HUNGARIAN HOLOCAUST

(HOLOCAUST) (GROSSMANN, Sándor, WEIL, Shraga) VIHAR, Béla, editor. Sarga Konyv. Budapest, 1945.

First edition of this pivotal early work on the Hungarian Holocaust, edited by Hungarian poet Béla Vihar, published in Budapest through the Hungarian Zionist Youth Movement, with eleven wood-cut engraved plates by award-winning artist Shraga Weil, in original pictorial wrappers. $1200.

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A POLISH JEW’S OCCUPATIONAL HISTORY, WITH PHOTOGRAPH, 1942

(JUDAICA—HOLOCAUST). Fragebogen [Polish Jew"s Work History Questionnaire]. Sokal, Poland, March 11, 1942.

Partially printed 1942 occupational questionnaire for a Polish Jew, Bernard Pelz of Sokal, a dentist, with a small photograph of him affixed to the document, printed on yellow paper with a Star of David stamped on the front page. $950.

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