Joel Mastboim. Sixty days in Hitler's Poland. The story of the first 60 days of the Holocaust. With the author's dedication. Tel Aviv, 1940.
An early Holocaust book "Sixty days in Hitler's Poland". The story of the first sixty days after the occupation of Poland by Hitler's Nazi animals by Joel Mastboim.
The author of the book that Baruch Hashem managed to save himself from the killing spell tells the story of the first 60 days of the Holocaust, while he is still confident that no ghettos will be created, and does not even conjure up and debate the subject of the extermination of European Jewry.
They are still sure that the whole purpose of Hitler is merely to humiliate and rebuke the Jews.
Tel Aviv, 1940. 133 p.
At the title page of the book is the dedication of author J. Mastboim from the year of printing the book 1940.
Paperback, cover on cover page, few moth holes, very good condition.
Joel Mastboim 1882/1957 was a Yiddish writer. Lived mainly in Warsaw and Tel Aviv.
Zionist activist, close to the Poalei Zion circles, and lectured throughout Poland literary and Zionist lectures. He immigrated to Eretz Israel in 1933 and settled in Tel Aviv. In Israel, he wrote about the life of the Jews there, and in 1935 his stories were published as a file: "Jew in the Land of Israel" Hebrew translations also appeared in his books: first by the publishing committee (Jubilee Committee), and later by the leading Hebrew publishing houses. He regularly wrote to the newspaper "Davar".
In the summer of 1939, on the eve of World War II, he went to visit Poland, and after the outbreak of war, he barely made it out to return to Israel. His impressions were published in the book "Sixty days in Hitler's Poland" (1940).