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Guide To Unpublished Materials of the Holocaust Period - Volumes 1 (1970) & 4 (1977)

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Guide To Unpublished Materials of the Holocaust Period - Volumes 1 & 4
Both are published by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The first is edited by J Robinson and Y Bauer, the fourth by Y Bauer with S Krakowski and A Weiss as co-editors

These two volumes are in very good condition for their age. Volume 1 has quite a lot of shelf wear to the cover with several small nicks and creases. The inside pages are faded but clean and unmarked. There is a small amount of foxing mostly limited to the first endpapers.
Volume 4 is in excellent condition as well, with a degree of fading, but with clean unmarked pages. The cover has some marks especially on the back. Please see the product photographs for further detail.
This material is rare and unfortunately only two volumes are available. They will be of interest to scholars or professors and possibly to curators.







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Guide To Unpublished Materials of the Holocaust Period - Volumes 1 & 4
Both are published by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The first is edited by J Robinson and Y Bauer, the fourth by Y Bauer with S Krakowski and A Weiss as co-editors

These two volumes are in very good condition for their age. Volume 1 has quite a lot of shelf wear to the cover with several small nicks and creases. The inside pages are faded but clean and unmarked. There is a small amount of foxing mostly limited to the first endpapers.
Volume 4 is in excellent condition as well, with a degree of fading, but with clean unmarked pages. The cover has some marks especially on the back. Please see the product photographs for further detail.
This material is rare and unfortunately only two volumes are available. They will be of interest to scholars or professors and possibly to curators.







Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback

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