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"The Destruction of Jews in Cracow" was published in 1959 by Aleksander Bieberstein (1889-1979) - a doctor, a graduate of the University of Vienna. He worked as a military doctor, and then in the Social Insurance in Cracow. During World War II he stayed in the Cracow ghetto, where he founded and ran an isolation hospital, and then led the management of the Jewish Orphans Home by name of Rose Rockowa. During the period of forced expulsion from the city, the Chairman of the Judenrat, Mark Bieberstein [brother of Alexander], and his Council tried to obtain permission for more Jews to remain in Cracow and took the course of bribing officials. The bribe was detected by the Gestapo with tragic results. Alexander was a prisoner in the camps in Plaszow and Gross-Rosen. After the war he was the head of the Health Department of the Provincial People's Council in Cracow. He immigrated to Israel in 1958.
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Book Description Wydawnictwo Literackie, 1985. 8vo. pp 275. Black and white illustrated dust jacket. Original publisher's green cloth with black lettering at spine. ISBN: 8308005802 Very good indeed in very good indeed dust jacket. Seller Inventory # C47727