Tel Aviv: Irgune Yotse Vishkov be-Yisraʼel u Ve-Huts-la-Arets, 1964. First edition. Hardcover. Folio. 351pp. . Brown textured faux-leather boards with gilt lettering on the front cover and spine. White ribbon marker. A memorial book offering a comprehensive overview of the history, development and destruction of the Jewish community of Wyszków, Poland. At the outset of WWII half of the city's population of 9,000 was Jewish, and by the end of the war there were none. Among the city most famous residents was Mordechai Anielewicz (1919–1943), leader of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Text throughout printed in muti-column format and illustrated throughout with b/w photographic reproductions. Section at the back of the book contain a memorial section with photo-illustrated listing of martyred Jews, as well as an index.
Text throughout in Yiddish with some Hebrew.
Binding with some tearing and bumping to the head and tail of the spine. Head of spine taped. Interior with some scratches and light water staining to the interior covers and endpapers. Starting at p.224. Binding in good+, interior in very good-. condition overall. g+ to vg-. Item #47539
Hebrew title: ספר וישקוב, שטוקפיש, דוד.