Budapest: Necivut Betár B'Hungaria, 1946/1947 (5707). First edition. Softcover. Octavo. 32pp. Original light blue (faded) wrappers with black lettering. The publication is a promotional booklet for the Betar Revisionist Zionist youth movement, published in Budapest for a Hungarian-speaking readership. The booklet contains essays on a number of topics related to the Betar philosophy and the organization's recent activities, from various authors, including Uri Zvi Greenberg, Jakov Fleischmann, and Zeev Jabotinsky himself. The first text page features a poem by famed Yiddish poet Shaul Tchernichovsky. Of interesting note is the inclusion of Betar member Ben Chayim's first hand account of fighting the Germans in Italy in 1945, as part of The Jewish Infantry Brigade Group of the British Army (also includes a photographic reproduction in b/w). The publication contains b/w illustrations throughout by Aharon Abadi. Text in Hungarian.
Wrappers with some smudges and stains. Staple binding rusted. The front cover contains the red ink stamp of Betar, Budapest. Age toning to pages. Some sporadic minor stains throughout. Wrappers in good, interior in very good condition overall. Wrappers protected by modern mylar. Quite scarce. g to vg. Item #44405