{[In Hebrew:”] “Da Me'Ayin Bata”. “Tudd, hogy honnan jöttél…”. Know From Where Did You Come…”. “Uznai, Otkuda Prishel” (Adler Miklós 16 fameteszete.) [Miklós Adler’s 16 Woodcuts.]}. Ben Benjamin, Cvi Adler.
{[In Hebrew:”] “Da Me'Ayin Bata”. “Tudd, hogy honnan jöttél…”. Know From Where Did You Come…”. “Uznai, Otkuda Prishel” (Adler Miklós 16 fameteszete.) [Miklós Adler’s 16 Woodcuts.]}
{[In Hebrew:”] “Da Me'Ayin Bata”. “Tudd, hogy honnan jöttél…”. Know From Where Did You Come…”. “Uznai, Otkuda Prishel” (Adler Miklós 16 fameteszete.) [Miklós Adler’s 16 Woodcuts.]}
{[In Hebrew:”] “Da Me'Ayin Bata”. “Tudd, hogy honnan jöttél…”. Know From Where Did You Come…”. “Uznai, Otkuda Prishel” (Adler Miklós 16 fameteszete.) [Miklós Adler’s 16 Woodcuts.]}
Illustrated Holocaust Book

{[In Hebrew:”] “Da Me'Ayin Bata”. “Tudd, hogy honnan jöttél…”. Know From Where Did You Come…”. “Uznai, Otkuda Prishel” (Adler Miklós 16 fameteszete.) [Miklós Adler’s 16 Woodcuts.]}

Debrecen: EZRA (Szabadság nyomda), (1945 or 1946). First edition. Published in 1000 copies, numbered in ink. Text in four languages (Hungarian, English, Hebrew and Russian). In publisher’s, illustrated folder. [4] p. and 16 plates. Folder slightly worn, chipped at extremities. Overall in fine condition.

16 striking woodcut images by the Hungarian survivor of Holocaust. Seven of the images were published in the famous 1946 Haggadah of Munich (Musaf le-Haggadah shel Pesach*).

Adler (1909–1965) was a Hungarian-Jewish graphic artist and painter, survivor of the Holocaust. In 1944 he was deported to the Theresienstadt concentration camp and after the liberation he published this portfolio that presents partly his experiences and partly those episodes that he collected from survivors of Auschwitz. Adler was liberated by the Soviet Army in 1945, he went back to Hungary and in 1960 he moved to Israel.

*Supplement to the Passover Haggadah. Passover Seder Service. Deutsches Theatre Restaurant, Munich, Germany, April 15–16, 1946. Conducting Chaplain Abraham J. Klausner. (The illustrator named Ben Benjamin, Adler’s pseudonym.) An unusual Haggadah used by Holocaust survivors in celebrating their first Passover after the end of the Holocaust.

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Price: €2,000.00

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