Refugee and Survivor: Rescue Efforts During the Holocaust.  

Author Warhaftig, Zorach [Zerach]
Place of Publication Jerusalem
Publication Name Yad Vashem / Torah Education Dept. of the World Zionist Organization
Year 1988
Language(s) English
RARE comprehensive book on a rare rescue operation of thousands Jews during the Holocaust, written by Zorach Warhaftig (1906-2002) - an eminent Israeli politician, historian of Jewish law and lawyer, a signatory of Israel`s Declaration of Independence. A principal figure in the rescue operation of which he tells the full story, the author recounts the tale of his unforgettable odyssey, which took him from Lithuania to Japan and Shanghai, the American continent, liberated Europe, and finally to Eretz Israel, and the rescue . Contains b&w photographic plates. 225x165mm. 435 pages. Hardcover. Cover and spine dirty. Cover corners rubbed. Light bump-mark on front cover. Front cover bottom edge/corner near spine bumped. Spine edges bumped. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare book - a fascinating story of the rescue of thousands of Jewish refugees during the Holocaust, written by one of the main figures in these efforts, is in good condition.
Price $175.00
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Catalog Index Number MA 12 03

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