Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller

Eric Chaim Kline, Bookseller
Hírek Az Elhurcoltakról. Two issues: #1, July 5, 1945 and #4, September 1, 1945. (News About the Deportees). Dezsö Sándor.
Hírek Az Elhurcoltakról. Two issues: #1, July 5, 1945 and #4, September 1, 1945. (News About the Deportees)
Hírek Az Elhurcoltakról. Two issues: #1, July 5, 1945 and #4, September 1, 1945. (News About the Deportees)
Hírek Az Elhurcoltakról. Two issues: #1, July 5, 1945 and #4, September 1, 1945. (News About the Deportees)
Hírek Az Elhurcoltakról. Two issues: #1, July 5, 1945 and #4, September 1, 1945. (News About the Deportees)
Hírek Az Elhurcoltakról. Two issues: #1, July 5, 1945 and #4, September 1, 1945. (News About the Deportees)
Hírek Az Elhurcoltakról. Two issues: #1, July 5, 1945 and #4, September 1, 1945. (News About the Deportees)
Hírek Az Elhurcoltakról. Two issues: #1, July 5, 1945 and #4, September 1, 1945. (News About the Deportees)

Hírek Az Elhurcoltakról. Two issues: #1, July 5, 1945 and #4, September 1, 1945. (News About the Deportees)

Budapest: National Relief Committee for Deportees, 1945. First edition. Paperback. Two copies of this scarce Hungarian periodical containing lists of Holocaust survivors:

- "Hírek Az Elhurcoltakról" #1 (1. szám. Budapest, 1945. Julius 5). 16pp. Unopened. First issue (of five) of this extremely rare periodical and important document, that contains lists of Hungarian Jews, with places deported from, places deported to, and other various lists intended to assist in the repatriation and family reunions of loved ones separated by the war. This issue contains approx. 1,600 names of survivors from 14 concentration camps: Homberg, Kammer-Schärfling , Leipzig, Frielendorf, Ebensee, Hillersleben, Aurolzmünster, Buchenwald, Sachsenhausen, Sondheim, Unter-Themenau, Görlitz, Wels and Tröblitz (Bergen-Belsen).

- "Hírek Az Elhurcoltakról" #4 (4. Jegyzék. Budapest, 1945. Szeptember 1.) 16pp. Unopened. Fourth issue (of five) of this extremely rare periodical and important document, that contains lists of Hungarian Jews, with places deported from, places deported to, and other various lists intended to assist in the repatriation and family reunions of loved ones separated by the war. This issue contains approx. 2,000 names of Hungarian prisoners of war in the Soviet Union (Moshansk, Asbest, Nizhny Tagil, Molotov [Perm], Uman, Orsha, Minsk); deportees in concentration and death camps in Austria (Wels, Neustift, Boelz), and Germany (Landsberg, Türkheim, St. Ottilien, Targam Allenburg [Leipzig], Penzing, Feldafing, Dachau, Dilich); as well as a list of women freed from the camp of Reinholdshain (by Glachau).

Moderate age-toning throughout. Text in Hungarian. Both periodicals are in overall good+ to very good condition. g+ to vg. Item #37286

Price: $2,250.00

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