Budapest: Hungária Könyvkiadó, 1939. First edition. Softcover. Octavo. 576pp + 1 loose folded insert. Printed beige wrappers with black lettering on the front covers and spine. The work is a comprehensive historical study of the laws relating to Jews in Hungary from the time of their emancipation in 1867 and the "Numerous Clauses" in 1920, through the passage of the anti-Jewish laws of 1938-1939. In the foreword, the authors state that they wrote the work with objectivity. Toth was a Christian judge and Ribary was a Jewish lawyer. Includes a detailed table of contents at the front, and a final section that includes detailed indexes/glossary of terms, statistical tables, and finally blank sample forms, including a loose double-sided blank fold-out chart (pertaining to reporting information according to the recent laws) measuring 9.5x19". Text in Hungarian.
Wrappers with some rubbing and chipping to extremities. Interior with age-toning to pages. Book block shaky with some starting at a few pages. Wrappers in good-, interior in very good- condition overall. g- to vg-. Item #43835