EXTERMINATION OF POLISH JEWS - ALBUM OF PICTURES. ZAGLADA ZYDOSTWA POLSKIEGO - ALBUM ZDJEC. UNICHTOZHENIE EVREEV V POL'SHE - AL'BOM SNIMKOV. EXTERMINATION DES JUIFS EN POLOGNE - ALBUM DE PHOTOGRAPHIES.

Taffet, Gershon; Friedman, Philip [Introduction].

Published by Lodz, Central Jewish Historical Committee In Poland,, 1945
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Later black cloth, Oblog 4to. Robinson & Friedman #3574. Probably the single most important documentary photo book on the Holocaust ever published, useful not only as part of the documentary record, but also as part of the historiography of the Holocaust, since this book became the defining collection of photographic images from the period, not only for European Jews, but also for the world at large (especially Europe). In was published in 1945 by survivors with memories still fresh and a need to document what they and their communities had gone through. 252 black and white photos, showing the Jewish settlements at the onset of German occupation, the ghettos into which they were later crowded, and finally photographs of the atrocities committed in the forced labor camps and the extermination camps. Another section of the book is dedicated to the Jewish partisan movements. Text is in Polish, Yiddish, English Russian & French (not German! ) . A substantially damaged copy recently sold at auction for over US 975-00. This copy attractively bound in black cloth with original damaged cover bound in. Internal pages are clean and in outstanding condition. A Very Good Copy. (HOLO2-101-37). Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: EXTERMINATION OF POLISH JEWS - ALBUM OF ...
Publisher: Lodz, Central Jewish Historical Committee In Poland,
Publication Date: 1945

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Book Description 1945. unbound. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 33 x 24 cm. [18], 104, [8] leaves. The title page and wrappers are lacking. 8 out of the 15 "Explanatory notes ot the photographs are here. The introduction and captions of the photos, all here, are in Polish, Russian Hebrew, Yiddish, French, Yiddish. . All pages are only printed on one side. The book has text in English, French, Hebrew, Yiddish, Polish and Russian. This is one of the earliest published books (December 1945) documenting the atrocities against and mass murder of Jews in World War II in Poland. Most of the 252 photographs were taken as mementos by German soldiers. Seller Inventory # 010139

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Published by Central Jewish Historical Committee in Poland / Centralna Zydowska Komisja Historyczna w Polsce, Lodz (1945)
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Book Description Central Jewish Historical Committee in Poland / Centralna Zydowska Komisja Historyczna w Polsce, Lodz, 1945. RARE multilingual photographic album published in Poland shortly after the end of World War II, when relatively little was known on the magnitude of the genocide perpetrated upon the European Jews. This album contains a short introduction, and 252 b&w photographs of shocking footage from the Jewish settlements at the onset of German occupation, the ghettos into which they were later crowded, and finally photographs of the atrocities committed in the forced labor camps and the extermination camps. Another section of the book is dedicated to the Jewish partisan movements. The photographs were mostly taken as mementos by German soldiers, and are still as shocking today as they were in 1945. The introductory text and the image captions are in Polish, Russian, English, French, Yiddish and Hebrew. 340x250mm. 104 pages [+ unpaginated introduction and captions]. Original Softcover. Cover yellowing and dirty/slightly stained. Cover corners and edges worn. Cover and spine rubbed and wrinkled. Spine edges tattered and peeling. Title- and introduction pages detached from binding. Pre-title and title pages inner edge near binding slightly torn. Pages upper corner bumped/wrinkled - NO damage to text/plates. Few pages bottom corner slightly creased. Pages slightly yellowing. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare and valuable photographic testimony to the horrors of the Holocaust is otherwise in good condition. The book is in : Hebrew English French Polish Russian Yiddish. Seller Inventory # MB 07 23

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Taffet, Gershon / Friedman, Philip [Intr.]
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Book Description Central Jewish Historical Committee in Poland / Centralna Zydowska Komisja Historyczna w Polsce, Lodz, 1945. RARE multilingual photographic album published in Poland shortly after the end of World War II, when relatively little was known on the magnitude of the genocide perpetrated upon the European Jews. This album contains a short introduction, and 252 b&w photographs of shocking footage from the Jewish settlements at the onset of German occupation, the ghettos into which they were later crowded, and finally photographs of the atrocities committed in the forced labor camps and the extermination camps. Another section of the book is dedicated to the Jewish partisan movements. The photographs were mostly taken as mementos by German soldiers, and are still as shocking today as they were in 1945. The introductory text and the image captions are in Polish, Russian, English, French, Yiddish and Hebrew. 340x250mm. 104 pages [+ unpaginated introduction and captions]. Original Softcover. Cover rubbed, wrinkled and somewhat stained. Cover corners and edges bumped and wrinkled/slightly worn. Front cover bottom corner chipped. Spine and spine hinges rubbed. Spine edges bumped and worn. Some page corners slightly bumped/slightly wrinkled. Pages slightly yellowing. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare and valuable photographic testimony to the horrors of the Holocaust is otherwise in good condition. The book is in : Hebrew English French Polish Russian Yiddish. Seller Inventory # MB 05 17

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