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E. NOLTE ON ‘THREE FACES OF FASCISM’

E. NOLTE ON ‘THREE FACES OF FASCISM’

by Mosse, George L.

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[Journal Of History Of Ideas - Offprint]. 1966. Moss1, holo9. (ja) . Original Wraps. 4to. [621-625] (ie. 5) pages. 26 cm. Offprint. “E. Nolte on ‘Three Faces of Fascism’, ” in Journal of the History of Ideas, XXVII, 4, October-December 1966. Review of conservative historian Ernst Nolte's 1963 work Der Faschismus in seiner Epoche (Fascism In Its Epoch; translated into English in 1965 as The Three Faces Of Fascism) , by George L Mosse, whom highlights the conceptual framework of Nolte's work, which gives it its great importance, that of a Hegelian reading of the hidden foundations of structure; fascism is theorized as both the betrayal by the bourgeoisie of their own revolution, and anti-marxist without transcendence. Not on OCLC, but held at the George Mosse Archives in Wisconsin. Subjects: Nolte – Three Faces of Fascism – Reviews. Offprints – George L. Mosse. Clean and fresh. Very good condition. (MOSS-1-4) Xx .
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E/96: FATE UNDECIDED

E/96: FATE UNDECIDED

by Rips, Paul-Henri

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Toronto; Azrieli Foundation. 2009. HOLO9A, COMHIST2. (JA) . Softbound. 8vo. XXV, 130 pages. 23 cm. First edition. Azrieli series of Holocaust survivor memoirs; Series II. “The son of a diamond merchant in Antwerp’s famous diamond exchange, Paul-Henri Rips was ten years old when the Nazis invaded Belgium in May 1940 and ended what he calls his ‘golden childhood’ forever. He imbues his fascinating memoir with his child’s-eye perceptions of the events unfolding around him and the diverse cast of characters who inhabited Belgium and France during the Nazi occupation. Unflinchingly describing Nazi and Flemish perpetrators of antisemitic violence, Paul-Henri also brings to life resistance fighters, collaborators, black marketeers, soldiers, Christian nuns and priests, Roma and ordinary Belgian and French citizens. Drawing upon childhood references to make sense of what was happening to him, and delving into events and geographic areas often neglected in Holocaust… Read more
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THE EARLY ACHARONIM: BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE PROMINENT EARLY RABBINIC  SAGES AND LEADERS...

THE EARLY ACHARONIM: BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE PROMINENT EARLY RABBINIC SAGES AND LEADERS FROM THE FIFTEENTH-SEVENTEENTH CENTURIES

by Goldwurm, Rabbi Hersh, Ed.

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Brooklyn, NY, Mesorah. 1989. Hardcover. Bibliog3, rab8, cds . Original Publisher’s Cloth. 8vo. 252 pages. 24cm. First Edition, First Impression. Series: The ArtScroll History Series. Biographical sketches of 300 great sages and leaders from the 15th-17th centuries. A panoramic range of biographies of great men from all from all Jewish communities - such as Arizal, R' Yosef Caro, Maharsha, R' Menashe ben Yisrael - as Jewish life moved eastward. Nice, clean copy in Very Good Condition with good jacket. (BIBLIOG-27-28) .
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EARLY AMERICAN JEWRY: THE JEWS OF NEW YORK NEW ENGLAND AND CANADA 1649-1794; THE JEWS OF PENNSYLVANIA AND THE SOUTH, 1655-1790. COMPLETE IN 2 VOLUMES.

by Marcus, Jacob Rader.

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Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America. 1951 and 1953. Hardcover. AMR4 . Cloth; 8vo. Xxviii, 301, xxi, 594 pages. Complete in two volumes. First edition. Illustrated with plates. With bibliographic notes and an index in each volume. The book talks about Jewish life, the highs and lows, in war and in peace, during persecution, and from the Sephardim to Jewish war speculators. There are biographies of numerous people and how they fared in colonial America. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- United States – History; Jews -- Canada -- History. Light edgewear, especially at top and bottom of spine, ex library, good condition. (AMR-25-12) .
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EARLY AMERICAN JEWRY : VOLUME 2, THE JEWS OF PENNSYLVANIA AND THE SOUTH, 1655-1790.

by Marcus, Jacob Rader.

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Hardcover. MX3, amr4, comhist2 . Philadelphia : The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1953. Cloth; 8vo. Xxi, 594 pages. Volume two (of two) only. First edition. Illustrated with plates. With bibliographic notes and an index. The book talks about Jewish life, the highs and lows, in war and in peace, during persecution, and from the Sephardim to Jewish war speculators. There are biographies of numerous people and how they fared in colonial America. SUBJECT(S) : Jews -- United States – History; Jews -- Canada -- History. Marcus (1896-1996) graduated from the University of Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College, where he also taught, and the University of Berlin. In the 1940s, he was instrumental in establishing American Jewish history as an academic discipline, founding the American Jewish Archives at Hebrew Union College and the American Jewish Periodical Center. (EJ, Chyet) Very good condition. (MX-23-4) .
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EARLY AMERICAN JEWRY: THE JEWS OF NEW YORK NEW ENGLAND AND CANADA 1649-1794

by (xt) Marcus, Jacob Rader.

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Philadelphia: The Jewish Publication Society of America. 1951. Hardcover. AMR4 . Cloth; 8vo. Xxviii, 301 pages. First edition. Illustrated with plates. With bibliographic notes and an index The book talks about Jewish life, the highs and lows, in war and in peace, during persecution, and from the Sephardim to Jewish war speculators. There are biographies of numerous people and how they fared in colonial America. This is volume I of the series and stands on its own. Volume II, published a few years later, deals with Pennsylvania. SUBJECT (S) : Jews -- United States – History; Jews -- Canada -- History. Light edgewear, good+ condition. (AMR-25-12) .
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EARLY AUSTRALIAN ZIONISM: AN ANNOTATED INDEX OF RECORDS IN THE CENTRAL ZIONIST ARCHIVES, JERUSALEM. [PART TWO (1901-1970) ]

by Dacy, Marianne, compiler.

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Sydney: Archive of Australian Judaica, University of Sydney. 2000. Paperback. ZIONISM1, BIBLIOG3, INBT, CDS . Wrappers. 8vo. 50 pages. Series: Monograph, Number 9. Includes bibliographical references and index. Zionism -- Australia -- History -- Sources -- Bibliography -- Catalogs. Zionism -- Australia -- History -- Manuscripts -- Catalogs. Central Zionist Archives -- Catalogs. OCLC lists four copies worldwide (Brandeis, Harvard, UCLA, Library of Congress) . Excellent condition. (CT-3) .
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EARLY AUSTRALIAN ZIONISM: AN ANNOTATED INDEX OF RECORDS IN THE CENTRAL ZIONIST ARCHIVES, JERUSALEM. [PART I]

by Dacy, Marianne, compiler.

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Sydney: Archive of Australian Judaica, University of Sydney. 1993. Paperback. ZIONISM1, BIBLIOG3, INBT, CDS . Wrappers. 8vo. 50 pages. Series: Monograph, Number 9. Includes bibliographical references and index. Zionism -- Australia -- History -- Sources -- Bibliography -- Catalogs. Zionism -- Australia -- History -- Manuscripts -- Catalogs. Central Zionist Archives -- Catalogs. OCLC lists eleven copies worldwide. Excellent condition. (CT-3) .
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THE EARLY DAYS OF BETH ISRAEL HOSPITAL, 1911-1920.

THE EARLY DAYS OF BETH ISRAEL HOSPITAL, 1911-1920.

by Boston) Dana, Herman.

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Boston : NO Publisher.. 1950.. Hardcover. amr3 . 8vo. 25 pages. Frontispiece. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Beth Israel Hospital (Boston, Mass. ) . OCLC lists 6 copies worldwide. Inscribed by author. Ex library with stamps on edges and end papers, very good condition. (AMR-20-5) .
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EARLY HISTORY OF ZIONISM IN AMERICA: PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCE ON THE EARLY HISTORY OF ZIONISM IN AMERICA, CONVENED BY THE AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND THE THEODOR HERZL FOUNDATION, IN NEW YORK CITY, ON DECEMBER TWENTY-SIXTH AND TWENTY-SEVENTH, NINTEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY-FIVE.

by Meyer, Isidore S.

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Paperback. AMR1 . New York, 1958. Paper wrappers. 8vo. 340 pages. Discoloration and light staining to covers. Slight creases on first two pages, including title page. Overall in very good condition. (AMRN-2-13) . .
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THE EARLY JEWISH COMMUNITY OF BOSTON'S NORTH END: A SOCIOLOGICALLY ORIENTED STUDY OF AN EASTERN EUROPEAN IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY IN AN AMERICAN BIG-CITY NEIGHBORHOOD BETWEEN 1870 AND 1900

by (JT) (Boston) Wieder, Arnold A.

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Waltham, MA: Brandeis University. 1962. First Edition. Hardcover. AMR4, COMHIST3, CDS, comhist3, inbt, mea . Cloth. 8vo. 100 pages. Subtitle: "A Sociologically Oriented Study of an Eastern European Jewish Immigrant Community in an American Big-City Neighborhood Between 1870 and 1900." Introduction by Jerome Himelhoch. Nice, clean copy in Very Good Condition. (AMR38-20) .
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THE EARLY JEWS OF NEW ORLEANS.

by New Orleans) Korn, Betram Wallace.

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Hardcover. AMR1 . Waltham, MA: American Jewish Historical Society, 1969. Cloth. 8vo. 382 pages. Includes illustrations, facsimiles, maps on lining papers, portraits. Number 5 of the series "American Jewish Communal Histories. " The culmination of many years of painstaking research by an outstanding historian of ante-bellum Jewish life in America, this book covers Jewish settlement in New Orleans under French, Spanish and American rule from 1757 to 1850 with detailed attention to the establishment of the first synagogue in the Gulf coast area, the lives of every Jew who came to New Orleans before 1815, Judah Touro's life, work and philanthropies, Benjamin Levy's print works, the rise of Judah P. Benjamin, the rapid assimilation of Jews into the Catholic creole community, the high incidence of inter-marriage, the absence of intolerance, the mood of luxury and easy living in the city and other aspects of Jewish community involvement. SUBJECT (S) : Jews-Louisiana-New… Read more
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THE EARLY JEWS OF NEW ORLEANS.

by Korn, Betram Wallace.

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Waltham, MA: American Jewish Historical Society. 1969. Hardcover. AMR4 . Cloth. 8vo. 382 pages. Includes illustrations, facsimiles, maps on lining papers, portraits. Number 5 of the series "American Jewish Communal Histories. " The culmination of many years of painstaking research by an outstanding historian of antebellum Jewish life in America, this book covers Jewish settlement in New Orleans under French, Spanish and American rule from 1757 to 1850 with detailed attention to the establishment of the first synagogue in the Gulf coast area, the lives of every Jew who came to New Orleans before 1815, Judah Touro's life, work and philanthropies, Benjamin Levy's print works, the rise of Judah P. Benjamin, the rapid assimilation of Jews into the Catholic creole community, the high incidence of inter-marriage, the absence of intolerance, the mood of luxury and easy living in the city and other aspects of Jewish community involvement. SUBJECT (S) : Jews-Louisiana-New Orleans.… Read more
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THE EARLY YEARS OF THE JEWISH COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF METROPOLITAN BOSTON

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Boston, Mass : Jewish Community Relations Council Of Greater Boston,. 1985. Paper Wrappers. MX3, AMR2, comhist2 . 8vo. 21 pages. In English. SUBJECT (S) : Jewish Community Council of Metropolitan Boston (Mass. ) -- History. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (Boston Pub LibrBrl Brandeis Univ Libr. Wisconsin Historical Society) . In very good condition (AMR31-15) .
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THE EARTH IS THE LORD'S; THE INNER WORLD OF THE JEW IN EAST EUROPE.

by Heschel, Abraham Joshua.

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New York : H. Schuman.. 1950.. Hardcover. ComHist1, ee1 . 8vo. 109 pages. Illustrated. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Jewish learning and scholarship; Jews – Poland. Heschel (1907-1972) received s doctorate from the University of Berlin. In 1937 he was appoint Martin Buber's successor at the Erwachsenenbildung) and the Juedisches Lehrhaus. A year later he taught breifly at the Warsaw Institute, after being deported to Poland by the Nazis, and then moved to England and began in London the Institute for Jewish Learning. In 1940 he moved to the US, and taught at Hebrew Union College and the JTSA. “Heschel's lifework can be seen as consisting of two parallel strands: (1) the undertaking to study and interpret the classical sources of Judaism and (2) the endeavor to offer to his contemporaries an authentic theology which results from the application of the insights of the traditional sources to the problems and questions which the modern Jew has to face. ”(Rothschild, EJ)… Read more
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EAST AND WEST: DEVOTED TO JEWISH LIFE - LITERATURE- ART [VOL. 1, NO. 7: OCTOBER 1915]

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New York: East And West Pub. Co.. 1915. Paperback. 1st edition. Original paper wrappers. 4to. 30 pages, 31 cm. In English. This periodical contained some of the biggest Ames in Jewish literature, including Sholom Asch and Sholom Aleichem. Published monthly, beginning in April 1915, but only lasted until 1916. It was edited by famous U. S. Yiddish journalist, Harry Rogoff (EJ, 2007) . SUBJECTS: American literature -- Jewish authors -- Periodicals. Jewish arts -- United States -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (California, Brandeis, UPenn) . Very good condition with beautifully illustrated advertisements throughout. Scarce. (AMR-54-26) .
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EAST AND WEST: DEVOTED TO JEWISH LIFE - LITERATURE- ART [VOL. 1, NO. 5: AUGUST 1915]

by Rogoff, Harry

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New York: East And West Pub. Co.. 1915. Paperback. 1st edition. Original paper wrappers. 4to. 27 pages, 31 cm. In English. This periodical included writing by some of the biggest names in Jewish literature, including Sholom Asch and Sholom Aleichem. This issue also contains an article entitle “Polemics on Nationalism, ” which discussed Zionist thinking of the time. It was published monthly, beginning in April 1915, but only lasted until 1916. It was edited by famous U. S. Yiddish journalist, Harry Rogoff (EJ, 2007) . SUBJECTS: American literature -- Jewish authors -- Periodicals. Jewish arts -- United States -- Periodicals. OCLC lists 3 copies worldwide (UCalifornia, Brandeis, UPenn) . Very good condition with beautifully illustrated advertisements throughout. Scarce (AMR-54-25) .
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EAST OF THE STORM: OUTRUNNING THE HOLOCAUST IN RUSSIA

EAST OF THE STORM: OUTRUNNING THE HOLOCAUST IN RUSSIA

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Lubbock, Texas; Texas Tech University Press. 1999. Hardcover. HOLO8, wiv0512, ee2, comhist2. (ja) . Publishers cloth. 8vo. XIV, 218 pages. 24 cm. Publishers description: “On September 27, 1939, less than four weeks after the Nazi invasion, Poland ceased to exist as a nation. Only three weeks had passed since ten-year-old Hanna Davidson had said goodbye to her father, Simon, and older brother, Kazik, who had been drafted and sent to defend Warsaw. Now she believed she would never see them again. Hanna and her mother, Sophia, an artist and intellectual, found themselves subjected to Hitler’s efforts to dehumanize Poland’s Jewish population. There seemed no choice but to cling to what shreds of stability they could by submitting to a ruthless tyranny. But when they got word that Simon and Kazik were alive in Bialystok in the Soviet-occupied zone of Poland, Hanna and her mother made a fearful decision—they would risk a harrowing escape from Nazi Poland into relatively safer… Read more
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EAST SIDE STORY : TEN YEARS WITH THE JEWISH REPERTORY THEATRE.
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EAST SIDE STORY : TEN YEARS WITH THE JEWISH REPERTORY THEATRE.

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Lanham, MD : University Press of America. 1988.. Hardcover. AMR . 8vo. Xiii, 197 pages. Illustrated. First edition. SUBJECT (S) : Jewish theater – New York – history -- 20th century; Repertory theater – New York – history -- 20th century; Jewish Repertory Theatre – history. CONTENTS: Jewish theater through the ages; The theater's early beginnings; The years 1975 to 1980; Moving into the eighties; The playwrights-in-residence program; The JRT audience; Conclusion. ISBN: 081916495x. Has dust jacket with faded spine. Very good condition. (AMR-35-4) .
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EASTER IN KISHINEV: ANATOMY OF A POGROM?

EASTER IN KISHINEV: ANATOMY OF A POGROM?

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New York; New York University Press. 1992. Ee3. (ja), inbt ae . Publishers cloth. 8vo. X, 186 pages. 24 cm. First edition. “In February of 1903, in a small town in the southwestern part of the Russian empire, a peasant stumbled upon the corpse of 14-year-old Mikhail Rybachenko, bruised and covered with stab wounds, in a garden. The murder immediately fueled wild rumors that he had been killed by local Jews in need of his Christian blood to prepare their matzah bread. Panic rumors, grounded in sinister superstitions of Jewish sorcery and ritual murder, quickly spread to nearby towns. By April, they had hit Kishinev - a growing metropolis of 100, 000 inhabitants rife with the unrest of rapid expansion, ethnic rivalry, revolutionary agitation, and anti-Semitism - with full force. The resulting massacre left dozens dead, and hundreds wounded, maimed, widowed, orphaned, or homeless. This is the story of Kishinev. In this extensively researched book, Edward Judge examines these anti-Jewish… Read more
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