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Hagadah shel Pesah. Nr. 7 Internment Camp, Hay, Australia, 5701/1941. Densely written punctuated Hebrew text (with few directions in German). Title in Hebrew and English. ff. (6). Mimeographed sheets, printed on one side only. Bound into modern wrappers. Folio. Unknown to Yudlov, Yaari, and Yerushalmi• The Hagadah was produced in Australia under primitive conditions by German and Austrian Jews held prisoner by the British under suspicion of being enemy-aliens.Hay is a small town in the western Riverina region of south-western New South Wales, Australia. During World War II it was utilized as a prisoner-of-war and internment center, due in no small measure to its isolated location. The first arrivals were some two thousand refugees from Nazi Germany and Austria, almost all Jewish, many religious. They were originally interned in Britain, but when fears of a German invasion were at their peak they were transported to Australia - a two month long voyage aboard the HMT Dunera. They arrived at Hay on 7th September 1940 and were held under the guard of the 16th Garrison Battalion of the Australian Army.The internment at Hay of this assemblage of refugees from Nazi oppression in Europe was an important milestone in Australia's cultural history. About half of those interned at Hay chose to remain in Australia after the war, and the colossal influence of this group of Jewish refugees on subsequent cultural, scientific and business developments in Australia cannot be over-stated. The 'Dunera Boys' became an integral and celebrated part of the nation's cultural and intellectual life.Hay, Australia, 1941. Kestenbaum Company
STRUCK, HERMANN.
Group of four etchings by Struck including a self-portrait. Range 5.5 x 4.5 inches to 13 x 10.5 inches. Signed by Struck lower left, three numbered lower right. Artist’s monogram in the plate on two. Kestenbaum Company
EYBESCHEUTZ, JONATHAN
Benei Ahuvah [novellae to Maimonides Hilchoth Ishuth, Gitin, Yibum, along with responsa] FIRST EDITION. Facing title-page engraved portrait of the Author. ff. (4), 82, (1), 25. Foxed, some wear, portrait laid down. Contemporary calf, wormed, split. Folio. Vinograd, Prague 1165• Published by the author's grandson Dr. Gabriel Eybescheutz and edited by R. Uri of Dresden. Includes correspondence with R. Akiva Eger (the Elder).Prague, Scholl, 1819. Kestenbaum Company
MENDOZA, DANIEL.
The Art of Boxing: With a Statement of the Transactions that have Passed between Mr. Humphreys and Myself since Our Battle at Odiham. From the library of "Mr. Boxing," the late Nat Fleischer (sold Swann Galleries, January 29th, 1997, lot 232). pp. (xi), 95. Couple small tears at edges neatly repaired, touch stained. Modern boards. 12mo.• Daniel Mendoza's ascendancy to sporting heights by means of his championing the theories of scientific boxing, led to his acceptance by Royalty - indeed, he received the patronage of the Prince of Wales. Subsequently, Mendoza helped ease the social position of the Jew in 18th-century England, proudly billing himself as "Mendoza the Jew."(London), Printed and sold for Daniel Mendoza, (1789). Kestenbaum Company
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Machzor - Sepher Kerovoth [Festival Prayers for the final days of Sukoth (Shemini Atzereth and Simchath Torah)]. With German translation (in Hebrew characters) and Hebrew commentary by Wolf Heidenheim. Additional title. Printed on thicker paper. < \n\n > ff. (2), 115, 12. Lightly browned. Contemporary mottled calf, all edges gilt, scuffed. 8vo. Vinograd, Roedelheim 15. Roedelheim Wolf Heidenheim and B.M. Baschwitz 1802 Carl Mayer von Rothschild (1788-1855) was the founder of the Rothschild bank in Naples. Born Kalman Mayer Rothschild in Frankfurt am Main, he was the fourth of the five sons of Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1743?1812), founder of the Rothschild dynasty. Kestenbaum Company
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