[East Germany]: Ausschuss Fur Deutsche Einheit, n.d. Paperback. 264p., laid in is newsprint supplement of 24p., both illustrated with documents in facsimile, 9.5x6.5 inch wraps, cover printed with swastika and Jewish star; cover is dust-soiled, handled and edgeworn with a large unsightly snag at the heel and small snag at...
New York: the Federation, 1978, 1980. Newspaper. Two issues of the folded tabloid format newspaper, 8 and 12 pages respectively, news, opinion, reports, photos, evenly toned otherwise very good on newsprint. Articles on commemorative activities, educational outreach, information for Holocaust survivors, vigilance for neo-nazi activities, and more.
Boston: Massachusetts College of Art, 1991. Paperback. 88p., 11x8.5 inches, paperback, illus., very good condition. Exhibit catalog for the exhibition of the same name at the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, March 6 - May 4, 1991. Reproductions of the art works by internees at the Terezín Concentration Camp are...
Edinburgh: Canongate, 1996. 149p., introduction, afterword, footnotes and bibliography, very good first edition in boards and unclipped dj. Memoir of the son of a Jewish doctor from Austria who was imprisoned at Dachau where he and his family were sent after the father co-operated with the Nazis.
[Erfurt?]: Redaktionsgruppe für Agitation und Propaganda, [1959?]. 40p., stapled, wraps, 4x7.5 inches, illus., text is in English, very good. Souvenir guidebook to the museum at Buchenwald and to the camp itself, dating from when it was located in East Germany. Hence the information and commentary provided tend to dovetail into...
New York: Persea, 1989. Hardcover. 350p., introduction, bi-lingual texts in German and English on facing pages, indexes, very good first expanded English-language edition in quarter-cloth boards and unclipped dj with heavy sunning to spine and cover panels, also signs of wear. Exiled to Paris after his parents were taken by...
Arlington: Liberal Arts Press, 1987. Paperback. vi, 84p., key to references, introduction, appendices, suggested reading, index, very good first edition trade paperback in pink pictorial wraps. On the Nazi extermination of homosexuals at Auschwitz. Refers to "Bent" the play by Martin Sherman.
New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1979. 242p., clothbacked boards in dust jacket (intact, not price-clipped), the first edition (we're sure of points) in really good condition (slightest edgewear to dj). Front free endpaper is inscribed and signed by Cohen. Thriller set in San Francisco, protagonist overhears a drink-loosened confession by...