Monthly magazine. Issue dedicated to the visit of HRH Princess Juliana at the Jewish Hospital. Front page has is illustrated with an hospital shone on by a sun with the Royal monogram of princess Juliana (letter J surmounted by a crown). The central illustration is surrounded by oranges and leaves. On top right of the page is a symbol with Star of David flanked by a "J" and an "I' with, in the centre of the star, a crown and three "x" under it. On the top left side is the coat of arm of the Royal family of the Netherlands with the motto "Je maintiendrai" (=I will maintain). Narrative: The Jewish Hospital (also The Jewish Invalids) was an institution for nursing Jewish elderly and disabled in Amsterdam. The association was founded in 1911. A new building on Weesperplein was inaugurated on September 19, 1937, and was nicknamed the Glass Palace. It was in use until March 1, 1943, when 256 people (patients and staff) were deported. Only a few people managed to escape. A large part of the deportees was murdered in Sobibor on March 13, 1943. The vacant building was occupied by the city of Amsterdam as a hospital.
Certificate attesting that Judka-Leib Beer and his three children are naturalized French citizens. The document is printed in black ink. A postage stamp is found on the bottom left of the document. The stamp says Taxes Communales, 10 Francs. Narrative: Judka-Leib Beer was born in 1877 in Warsaw. He was married to Liba Gudrot and had three children named Hélène, Arthur and Ezosza. He was the donor's grandfather.
Three pages, double-sided printing, compiled into a booklet of twelve pages in length, crease horizontally and vertically, includes Austrian airmail envelope. This 1978 annual report describes Simon Wiesenthal Center’s pursuit of Nazi war criminals. Printed for the purpose of spreading awareness of current Nazi and Nazi criminal's activity with the goal that these periodicals will inform the public and invite further leads as to the location of other Nazi criminals who have not stood trial for their crimes. Narrative: Rev. Isodore Lorincz was born 6 January 1908 in Hungary. His parents were Lowi Netti and Loliner (?) Jakob. He attended high school and Yeshiva, and graduated from the Jewish Theological Seminary of Budapest with ordination and smicha. During World War 2 his family was killed in Auschwitz. He came to Canada in 1957 after fleeing the revolution in Hungary. He served in two congregations before serving the Shaare Zedek Congregation as ritual director, then as Chazzan Sheni with a congregation in Hamilton, Ontario, for three years. Afterwards he served as rabbi in Port Colborne, Ontario. He settled in Montreal, Quebec, in 1962 where he became Chazzan Sheni for the next 26 years. He and his wife, Zita, continued to live in Montreal until there death around 2005.
Compiled booklet of ten pages in length, crease horizontally and vertically, pages printed on one side, unbound. This 1977 annual report describes Simon Wiesenthal Center’s pursuit of Nazi war criminals. Printed for the purpose of spreading awareness of current Nazi and Nazi criminal's activity with the goal that these periodicals will inform the public and invite further leads as to the location of other Nazi criminals who have not stood trial for their crimes.
Booklet : printed, bound : beige, black ; Ht: 23,3 cm x W: 16,4 cm
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January 8, 1953
40 pages. Softcover, paper bound with staples. Beige cover with black title and text; back cover us plain beige. Interior pages are also beige, with black text. Some of the text is transcripts of letters.
500+ pages (exact page number is unknown). Cardboard cover, not bound. Cover is beige with black and blue text; a b&w drawing of a person lying down, with their hands covering their face. Interior pages are beige, the first 12 consist only of text. The remaining pages have b&w drawings of different camp scenes, with captions under each. The last 5 drawings are in colour. The book ends with a table of contents of all the included drawings.
Booklet : printed, bound, photography : sepia, beige, black ; Ht: 24 cm x W: 15,4 cm
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15 pages. soft cover, paper bound and stapled. Beige cover with a sepia photo of 2 emaciated men; titles in beige at the top and bottom. Publishing information is listed on the back cover. Back cover is a sepia photo of a nurse feeding an emaciated prisoner with captions at the bottom in black. Interior pages are beige with black text and sepia photos.