This Shall Tell All Ages: Art, Music and Writings of the Holocaust: Manelis, Judith (Concept and ... This Shall Tell All Ages: Art, Music and Writings of the Holocaust: Manelis, Judith (Concept and ... This Shall Tell All Ages: Art, Music and Writings of the Holocaust: Manelis, Judith (Concept and ...

This Shall Tell All Ages: Art, Music and Writings of the Holocaust

Manelis, Judith (Concept and Editorial Direction by); Aaron Kessler (Creative Direction and Design by); United Jewish Appeal (Prepared by)

Published by United Jewish Appeal, [New York], 1981
Condition: g+ Soft cover

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Small folio. 23, [1]pp. Original illustrated wrappers. Laid in a hand-signed typed letter from Judith Manelis announcing the publication of this work, and dated May 29, 1981. The music, literature and art of the Holocaust speak to us with special poignancy. For during a time when normal communication remained impossible and the cries of agony, defiance and muted hope were unheard by most of the world's population, men, women and children still found the inner courage to express their most intimate emotions by creating songs, drawings, poems and writings. This extraordinary booklet records their enduring spirit and inner courage, in the nightmare world of the Nazi camps. The works of art reproduced in this volume were created between 1940 and 1945 in concentration camps and ghettos by victims of Nazi oppression, and rescued after the Holocaust by Miriam Novitch and other members of the Ghetto Fighters Kibbutz in Israel. They are part of a collection over 2,000 drawings in the Ghetto Fighter's Museum, located on the Kibbutz. Upper spine creased, and corners slightly bumped, thus affecting pages throughout. Wrappers and interior in overall good+ condition. Bookseller Inventory # 38858

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Title: This Shall Tell All Ages: Art, Music and ...

Publisher: United Jewish Appeal, [New York]

Publication Date: 1981

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:g+

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First edition.

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