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  Documents Relating to the Agreement Between the Government of Israel and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany  
  (signed on 10 september 1952, at Luxembourg)  

Place of Publication Jerusalem
Publication Name Government Printing Press [Printer]
Year 1953 (april)
Language(s) Hebrew English
RARE compilation of documents relating to the agreement between the Government of Israel and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany signed on September 10, 1952, following the negotiations between Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett and West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. Includes The Reparations Agreement between Israel and the Federal Republic of Germany (German: Luxemburger Abkommen or Wiedergutmachungsabkommen "Wiedergutmachung Agreement"; Hebrew: Heskem HaShillumim; English: "Luxembourg Agreement" or "Reparations Agreement"). Published by the government printer for the Israeli Ministry of Foreign affairs. The documents are given in the original language and preceded by headings in Hebrew and English. In addition, some non-Hebrew documents have been rendered into Hebrew. 175x240mm. 182 pages. Softcover. Cover slightly stained and yellowing/age-stained. Cover corners wrinkled/bumped. Cover edges worn. Spine stained yellowing/age-stained. Spine edges peeling. Spine hinge edges cracked. Pages yellowing and slightly dog-eared. [SUMMARY]: This rare compilation of historically significant documents, of interest to any serious student of the Israeli-German relations and post-holocaust resolutions concerning both countries, is overall in good condition.
Price $115.00
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Catalog Index Number MA 23 29

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