In Saloniki [Thessaloniki].  
  [SERIES]: Schriften des Ausschusses für jüdische Kulturarbeit - Jüdische Jugendbücher, 6.  

 
Author Klötzel, C. Z. [Kloetzel, Cheskel Zwi; Klotzel, Hans]
Place of Publication Berlin
Publication Name Jüdischer Verlag
Year 1920
Language(s) German
Description
RARE account of Jewish life in Thessaloniki (Saloniki, Thessalonica, Salonika) by Cheskel Zwi Kloetzel (1891-1951), an eminent German Jewish journalist and writer. Before emigrating to Palestine in 1933 Kloetzel was editor of the journal of the Zionist Federation in Germany `Jüdische Rundschau`, wrote for `Vossische Zeitung` and `Berliner Tageblatt`, and recorded experiences from his travels and various missions on behalf of Zionist organizations in Palestine, Thessaloniki, Eastern Europe, Turkey, Persia, Afghanistan, the United States, South Africa, the Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, India and the Near East. In Palestine Kloetzel was an editorial board member of the `Palestine Post` from October 1939 until his death in 1951 in Jerusalem. The book is printed in Gothic script. 155x115mm. 95 pages. Softcover. Cover rubbed. Cover bottom part partly detached from binding. Cover edges and corners tattered and partly missing. Cover and spine slightly stained. Spine worn. Spine bottom part missing, upper edge peeling. Pages 81-90 bottom corner creased. Corners of some pages slightly creased. Pages bottom corner near binding water-stained - no damage to text. Pages browning. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare book about a once thriving Jewish community of the Greek city of Saloniki has sustained some external damage to cover, but is overall in good reading condition.
Price $75.00
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Catalog Index Number MB 04 13



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