Righteous Among Nations: How Poles Helped the Jews 1939-1945

By: Bartoszweski, Wladyslaw; Lewin, Zofia

Price: £50.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Near Fine

First edition first printing. Hardback book is tight clean and square. Boards sharp and clean, title gilt perfect. Text block clean, with white edges. The pages are crisp and unblemished. Feels lightly read. Minor bump to foot of spine, near fine condition. Jacket some crimping to edges, light marking to panels, minor colour loss rubs to edges. a 6mm tear ot top edge of front panel, two tears with creases to rear panel edges. Overall a near fine book in a very good jacket, that looks very reasonable on the shelf in the fitted archival cover. For grading accuracy books are photographed without a protective book cover. This book is fitted with a non adhesive archival quality book protector to make a worthy addition to your collection. Note we do not use stock images, the book pictured is the book described. Please note : this book is very heavy (1450g) overseas purchasers may be charged additional shipping. Please contact bookseller for exact price. A very good straight example of this first edition first printing title, a stunningly detailed work, featuring very many individual essays on how mostly ordinary Poles helped the Jews in Poland during the ruthless Nazi occupation, both in the ghettos and the towns. Collated and edited by Bartoszweski and Lewin, with some maps and text reproductions of orders and proclamations of the time. An uncommon title, that deserves to be read.

Title: Righteous Among Nations: How Poles Helped the Jews 1939-1945

Author Name: Bartoszweski, Wladyslaw; Lewin, Zofia

Categories: Transport and Miltary,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: London, Earlscourt Publications: 1969

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 004203

Keywords: Jewish history WWII WW2 holocaust