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Schmolka, Marie:

Published by published under the Auspices of the Czechoslovak Government and the women's international Zionist organisation (WIZO) by the marie Schmolka Society of Women Zionist from Czechoslovakia, 75, Great Russell Street, London, W.C.I. (1944)

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About this Item: published under the Auspices of the Czechoslovak Government and the women's international Zionist organisation (WIZO) by the marie Schmolka Society of Women Zionist from Czechoslovakia, 75, Great Russell Street, London, W.C.I., 1944. kl.8°. 35 (+1) S. Obroschur, Rücken mit Filmoplast verstärkt. kleines Büstenbildnis Scholkas sowie Abb. der Totenmaske. Kleine Randknickspuren. Gutes Expl. -- Small 8vo. 35 (+1) pp. Original softcover, reinforced back with Filmoplast. small bust portrait Scholkas and fig. the death mask. Small edge creases. at all good copy. Beiträge von J.Masaryk, R.D.Sieff, Fr.Thieberger, F.Weltsch, Max Brod, Irma Polak, B.D.Harris, E.M.Pye, J.Popper, E.Margulies, L. Zelmanovits, P.Weiss. Seltene Original-Ausgabe dieser Gedenkschrift für die tschechische Zionistin und Sozialarbeiterin (1890 Prag - 1940 London). Sie hatte u.a. "a central role in the relief campaign for Nazi victims, both Jews and non-Jews [.] In August 1939 she was authorized by the Nazis to travel to Paris and London for negotiations to accelerate Jewish emigration from the Protectorate of Bohemia-Moravia." (Vgl. Encycl. Judaica 14 (1971), 980.) - Unter den freundschaftlich würdigenden Texten zwei des damaligen Außenministers der tschechischen Exilregierung in London, Jan Masaryk. FL1241-391223. Seller Inventory # 391223

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