Book, bound with hard cover. On front cover, drawings of scenes from the Old Testament of the Bible. On back cover, map of Ancient Israel. Narrative: The donor, Miriam Grünfeld (Braun) won this book in 1936 as first prize in a poetry contest held by the children's section of a newspaper. She left Germany in a Kindertransport in 1938.
Bound hardcover book with accompanying mailing envelope and label. Book has red fabric cover, title is embossed at centre in gold. Envelope is beige, has lighter beige mailing label affixed on front. Label is printed in red ink, space for sender, name and rank of soldier, and military mail number. On right is printed that the envelope contains Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler. 'Feldpost Bücher' is printed around an insignia of an eagle standing on a circle with a large E inside it, with the letters F V printed vertically between the horizontal lines of the E. Form is blank. Narrative: This edition of Mein Kampf was issued by the Post Office of the Third Reich in 1940, designed to be sent to loved ones fighting on the front. It was an unabridged edition that combined both volumes of the book into a slim book.
309 pages, 307 b&w illustrations and 31 colour inserts. Bound red fabric cover printed in gold letters with colour illustration representing the figure of a "wandering Jew". This book is a study of the history of caricatures of Jews. It reproduces different types of caricatures from European countries from the 15th to early 20th century. Narrative: This book belonged to donor's family before the war. During the war, an “Aryan administrator” took over his father’s leather goods factory and his family’s apartment. When the donor returned to the family apartment in 1945-1946, the “administrator” mistook him for his father and told him to take his possessions with him, among which was this book.
Bound hardcover children's book. Front cover shows a cartoon elephant walking upright, trunk in the air, inside a red circle. Title above image in alternating red and black letters. Author's last name above title in black text. Red and black border. Yiddish translation of the children's book "Elephant's Child" by Joseph Rudyard Kipling.
1 page, single-sided. Print of an etching. Centered image with large border on all sides. Outdoor scene illustration that shows Castle Square in Warsaw. In the middle of the square is Sigismund's Column, a 1644 column and statue commemorating King Sigismund III Vasa. On both sides of the square are buildings. The square is filled with people and horses.
2 pages document with 2 stamps and seal. This document was given to Mr. Avrum-Aron Soicher by Franz Ossovsky, notary of the city of Kremenchug (Ukraine, Russia). No. 5610. Narrative: This document is the power of attorney which was given by 2nd guild merchant Mee Nonchmanovich Papoport of the city of Proskurov(now: Khmelnytskyi ), Kremenchang district (russia) to commoner Avrum - Aron Iankelevich Sojher. By this power of attorney Mr. Rapoport authorized Mr. Sojher to administrate and to govern the movable and immovable property which belongs to Mr. Rapoport in the city of Proskurov. The document was registered by Mr. Franz Mikhailovich Ossovsky, the notary of the city Kremenchong, September 21, 1915. Registered No. 5610
Seventeen drawings, photograph copies of originals, depicting various scenes from the Warsaw Ghetto. Drawings depict scenes of camp gates, Jews being posed for propaganda photographs, bodies under newspaper, and women with starving children -among others. Signed T. Reich.
Hardcover with cloth cover, text on left and image on right. Antisemitic propaganda publication for children, in the form of fairy tales. Front and back covers have red paper overlays: front cover features colour drawings of a stereotypical Jewish man with a big nose and a Star of David in the t.r. corner and a fox standing in grass on the b.l. corner. Inside are illustrated fairy tales; some examples include a comparison between a perfectly built Aryan man and a stereotypical Jewish man, a stereotypical Jewish man offering a good German girl riches, a group of happy German children in Hitler Youth uniforms and flying the DJ Fähnlein flag, and stereotypical Jews being deported while German children look on happily.
Approximately 83 pages; hardcover, cardboard bound with string. Beige cover with a woven fabric texture; thin brown border with a smaller brown square bordering the title. Printed above the title is a square image with a face; title and author also printed on the spine. Interior pages consist of text and b&w illustrations. The first few pages have only text; the remaining pages have pictures on one side with short captions printed on the reverse, at the bottom.