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On September 20, 1940, the first prisoners arrived. Warm, personal full-page 109 word autograph inscription on half-title.
Paper Wrappers, Small dampstain at bottom of front cover, a tough of edgewear, Very Good Condition; 8vo; 80 pages; Collection of poems about freedom fighters and the liberation struggle in Denmark (& Norway).
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Published in late 1944, this is certainly one of the very first concentration camp memoirs published on liberated European soil (Belgium was liberated September 1944).
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All of the accused were found guilty; of these, three were sentenced to death and two hanged, one was later commutted. He served as a United States Supreme Court Justice from 1941 until 1954. This collection of some of the most horrible concentration camp documentary photos you'll see was put together as part of the US Army's denazification and re-educationprogram for the German populace after the war. This massive work also includes chapters on German Prisons and includes deportation lists by Camp, organized alphabetically by prisoner. Contents: Foreword; Jzef Buszko -- Konzentrationslager Auschwitz; Danuta Czech -- The prisoners; Tadeusz Iwaszko -- Extermination; Franciszek Piper -- The resistance movement in and around the camp; Barbara Jarosz -- The liberation of the camp and aid to the freed prisoners; Andrzej Strzelecki. "This small but important book was distributed in by the American War Information Unit at the end of the World War II in order to convey to the civilian population the enormity of the crimes committed by the Nazis in the name of the German people. Clearly cancelled "FURSTENBERG 12.2.45" (HOLO2-25-24) (ID #4981) 5.00. Warszawa: Centralna zydowska komisja historyczna, 1946. Thus this book, which is not much more than a pamphlet, may represent the single most significant use of photography as a witness in the medium's history" (Parr, M. in 1940, Foxman survived the Holocaust when his parents entrusted him to their Catholic nursemaid, who baptized him and raised him as her own son. Three imperatives that have shaped his life are the legacy of the Holocaust, particularly his experience as a hidden child, and his belief in the necessity of working to insure the security of the State of Israel and the safety of Jews to live freely as Jews everywhere, especially the . In 2000, Foxman rebuked Democratic vice presidential candidate Senator Joseph Lieberman, who spoke of the need for religious values in American life, for injecting religion into the public square. Lodzsh, [Centralna Zydowska Komisja Historyczna], 1947. Paper Wrappers, Small 8vo, 109 pages, with an additional  leaves of plates (1 folds out).
Foxman did not repeat this call during the 2004 election, when religion again entered the public square, for he was still regaining his balance after a nearly year-long controversy over Mel Gibsons controversial film The Passion of the Christ.