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Gelber, N.M.

Published by Olamenu [1962], Tel Aviv (1962)

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About this Item: Olamenu [1962], Tel Aviv, 1962. Softbound. Condition: Good. Folio, paper covers creased at the center horizontally, 181-192 pp. In German and Some in Hebrew. An offprint from Hugo Gold edited "Geschichte der Juden in der Bukowina II," TA, Olamneu, 1962. Seller Inventory # 47826

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About this Item: pp. 11-66, 89/90 and 6 photographic plates. Large 4to. Corners slightly frayed. Handwritten dedication p. 1. Binding is untidy, text in good condition. Modern cloth (amateur binding), frontcover mounted. Seller Inventory # 32144

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About this Item: Schatzky, 1927. Dissertation. variiert. Original-Dissertation! GUTER Zustand, kaum Lagerspuren. Wir haben Hunderte Dissertationen bekannter Persönlichkeiten auf Lager, sprechen Sie uns bitte einfach an! DSX Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 330. Seller Inventory # 1246092

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HUGO GOLD

Published by Olamenu, Tel Aviv (1958)

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About this Item: Olamenu, Tel Aviv, 1958. Hardcover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1958. 4°, 6 Bl., 172 S.; 4 Bl., 227 S. Beide Bde. zahlreiche s/w- Abb., Kart. goldgepr. m. OU., OU. läd. u. etwas fleckig. Bücher tadell. Reich bebilderte jüdische Geschichte der Bukowina. Hugo Gold studierte in Wien und Brünn und war von 1924 bis 1939 Herausgeber und Redakteur bzw. Chefredakteur der «Jüdischen Volksstimme» und (von 1930 bis zu ihrer endgültigen Einstellung 1938) der «Zeitschrift für die Geschichte der Juden in der Tschechoslowakei». Er leitete auch den Hickl-Verlag in Brünn. Seit 1940 lebte und arbeitete er in Tel Aviv und war dort Inhaber des Olamenu-Verlages und Gründer des Zwi-Perez-Chajes-Instituts. 1967 erhielt Hugo Gold den Theodor-Körner-Literaturpreis. Seller Inventory # 000199

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Gold. Hugo (ed.)

Published by Edition "Olamenu", Tel Aviv (1958)

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About this Item: Edition "Olamenu", Tel Aviv, 1958. Hardcover. Condition: g- to vg. First edition. Folio. (12)172, (8)228 (1)pp. Original red paper-covered boards with gilt lettering on cover and spine in original photo-illustrated dustjackets. Illustrated title page in vol. 1, color reproduction of a painting tipped-in on title page of vol. 2. Comprehensive history of the Jews in the administrative division of the Habsburg Monarchy known as the Bukovina, an area now spilt between Romania and the Ukraine. Contributions by Dr. Samuel Josef Schulsohn, Dr. Manfred Reifer, Dr. N. M. Gelber and Dr. Leon Arie Schmelzer give a detailed account of the Jewish migration after the destruction of the first temple and the erection of the second temple, tracing Jewish presence in the area north and northwest of the Black Sea (Schulsohn), the era of the Moldavian Counts from 1360-1774 (Reifer), the Habsburg Monarchy until 1914 (Gelber), and the time from 1914-1919 (Schmelzer). Additional contributions by various historian cover the whole spectrum of the Jewish culture in Moldavia through the ages. Illustrated with numerous additional plates with b/w photographs, mostly portraits, groups and relevant architecture. A commemorative plate for Bukovinian martyrs from 1940-1944 and Bukovinian heroes in the liberation struggle in 1948 as well as the Sinai Campaign in 1956 pasted down on free front endpaper. Publisher's advertising and a questionnaire for Bukovinian in foreign countries laid in. Text in German. Dustjacket of volume one with some foxing and soiling; small scuff at upper left corner of front cover. Both cover rubbed with light sunning of spines. Cover of volume one with light four inch horizontal mark below gilt lettering. Light age toning of blocks. Dj in overall good-, binding and interior in very good condition. Seller Inventory # 38939

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Gold, Dr. Hugo (ed.) - MEMORBOOK

Published by Olamenu Publ. House, Tel- Aviv (1958)

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About this Item: Olamenu Publ. House, Tel- Aviv, 1958. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 2 volumes.1958- 1962. Complete set with the RARE second volume. Original feaux-leather bindings with original dust-jacket. Small fol. RICHLY ILLUSTRATED. A VERY GOOD AND CLEAN SET - surface shipping incl. worldwide. Seller Inventory # 000116

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Gold, Hugo (ed.)

Published by Edition "Olamenu", Tel Aviv (1958)

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About this Item: Edition "Olamenu", Tel Aviv, 1958. Hardcover. Condition: g+ to vg. First edition. Folio. (12)172, (8)228 (1)pp. Original red paper-covered boards, decorative paper-covered board of deluxe edition of volume two with gilt lettering on cover and spine in original photo-illustrated dustjackets. Illustrated title page in vol. 1, color reproduction of a painting tipped-in on title page of vol. 2. Comprehensive history of the Jews in the administrative division of the Habsburg Monarchy known as the Bukovina, an area now spilt between Romania and the Ukraine. Contributions by Dr. Samuel Josef Schulsohn, Dr. Manfred Reifer, Dr. N. M. Gelber and Dr. Leon Arie Schmelzer give a detailed account of the Jewish migration after the destruction of the first temple and the erection of the second temple, tracing Jewish presence in the area north and northwest of the Black Sea (Schulsohn), the era of the Moldavian Counts from 1360-1774 (Reifer), the Habsburg Monarchy until 1914 (Gelber), and the time from 1914-1919 (Schmelzer). Additional contributions by various historian cover the whole spectrum of the Jewish culture in Moldavia through the ages. Illustrated with numerous additional plates with b/w photographs, mostly portraits, groups and relevant architecture. Text in German. Dustjackets rubbed with light sunning of spines. Very light age toning of blocks. Dj in overall good+, binding and interior in very good condition. Seller Inventory # 38938

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