New York: Oxford University Press, 1990. First Edition. First Printing. 279, illus., notes, index.
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New York: Oxford University Press, 1986. First Printing. 262, illus., notes, bibliography, index, front DJ flap price clipped.
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990. First Edition. First Printing. 354, illus., notes, timelines, index, some soiling and small number written on fore-edge, some wear to DJ edges.
New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1987. First edition. Stated. First printing [stated]. Hardcover. 460 p. Illustrations. Sources. Notes. Bibliography. Index.
Old Tappan, NJ: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1975. 90, illus., address sticker inside front board, DJ soiled and creased: large tear in front DJ.
New York: Jove Books, 1978. Reprint Edition. pocket paperbk, 192, wraps, illus. This is the sequel to The Hiding Place. This is Corrie ten Boom's story, the story of a modest and simple Dutch woman who survived Hitler's death camps to become one of our time's most unique and effective communicators of the gospel of Jesus Christ. This remarkable woman spent the first fifty years of her life living peacefully with her father and sister above their watch shop in Haarlem, Holland. When World War II broke out, this devoutly Christian family instinctively began providing secret places for persecuted Jews. She spent several months in concentration camps as a result.
Carmel, NY: Guideposts Associates, Inc., 1971. 219, appendix, obituary of the author taped inside frontis, DJ somewhat soiled and small tears along edges.
New York: Philosophical Library, 1952. 532, illus., maps, bibliography, index, library stamps, bookplate, & barcode, some soiling ins bds & flylves, library call # on spine.
New York: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1996. First Edition. First Printing. 310, glossary, notes, index, minor edge soiling.
New York: Theodor Herzl Foundation, 1977. 26 cm, 88, wraps, tear at bottom front cover.
New York: Stein and Day, 1974. First Edition. 317, illus., endpaper maps, appendices, DJ somewhat soiled: some wear and small tears to top and bottom edges.
New York: Stein and Day, 1974. Book Club Edition. 317, illus., endpaper maps, appendices, bibliography, DJ somewhat soiled: some wear & small tears/chips to top and bottom edges The luxury liner St. Louis was one of the last ships to leave Nazi Germany before World War II erupted. Aboard were 937 Jews, some of whom had already been in concentration camps, who believed they had bought visas to enter Cuba. When Cuba refused to accept them, they were eventually returned to Europe, where most of them died in concentration camps.
Greenwich, CT: Fawcett Publications, Inc., 1975. First Paperbk Edition. First Printing. pocket paperbk, 320, wraps, illus., maps, appendices, bibliography, binding cracked at p.174, covers somewhat soiled, small chip at bottom of spine ink name inside front flyleaf. The luxury liner St. Louis was one of the last ships to leave Nazi Germany before World War II erupted. Aboard were 937 Jews, some of whom had already been in concentration camps, who believed they had bought visas to enter Cuba. When Cuba refused to accept them, they were eventually returned to Europe, where most of them died in concentration camps.
Dunkirk, NY: Olin Frederick, Inc., 2000. First? Edition. First? Printing. 230, illus., notes, index. Inscribed by the author. This work could be viewed as an apology for Waldheim.
Dunkirk, NY: Olin Frederick, Inc., 2000. First? Edition. First? Printing. 230, index.
New York: Metropolitan Books, 1996. First American Edition. 24 cm, 307, few library markings.
New York: Paddington Press Ltd., 1979. 287, illus., chronology, glossary, index, address sticker inside front flyleaf. Inscribed by the author (Tokayer).
New York: Paddington Press Ltd., 1979. Presumed first edition/first printing. Hardcover. 287 pages. illus., chronology, glossary, index. DJ has some wear and small chips/edge tears. After his ordination as a rabbi, Marvin Tokayer served as United States Air Force Chaplain in Japan. Upon discharge he returned to Tokyo to serve for eight years as the rabbi for the Jewish Community of Japan. He wrote 20 books in Japanese, discovered literally the last of the Chinese Jews; located a long-lost Jewish cemetery in Nagasaki; contributed to the Encyclopedia Judaica; acted as a bridge for many travelers between East and West; served the needs of his congregation. His investigations took him throughout Asia, to Israel and Washington D.C. as he searched for documents and tracked down the people who had taken part in the rescue of Jews from the Holocaust. In 1979 Rabbi Marvin Tokayer and Mary Swartz authored a book called The Fugu Plan. They claim that the plan, which was viewed by its proponents as risky but potentially rewarding for Japan, was named after the Japanese word for puffer-fish, a delicacy which can be fatally poisonous if incorrectly prepared. Tokayer and Swartz base their claims on statements made by Captain Koreshige Inuzuka and allege that such a plan was first discussed in 1934 and then solidified in 1938, supported by notables such as Inuzuka, Ishiguro Shiro and Norihiro Yasue.
New York: Dial Books, c1993. First Edition. Third Printing. 24 cm, 161, color illus., DJ has tear and edge wear, black mark on bottom edge.
New York: T. Yoseloff, . First American Edition. 21 cm, 336, pencil erasure on front endpaper.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1990. First Edition. First Printing. 554, illus., maps, index, usual library markings, marginal ink marks in index, somewhat shaken, DJ in plastic sleeve, pasted to bds.
Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 1980. First American Edition. 267, map, bibliography, DJ worn along top and bottom edges, small tear in front DJ.
New York: Random House, 1983. First American Edition. First? Printing. 336, notes on sources, notes, index, usual library markings, DJ was pasted to bds but now separated, DJ soiled & torn at top spine.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1972. First Printing. 664, illus., maps, notes, appendices, indexes, small tears/chips to DJ edges, top corner of DJ flaps creased.
New York: Stein and Day, 1977. 1st Scarboro Books Edition. Trade paperback. xxxv, , 664,  pages. Wraps. Abbreviations. Illustrations. Maps. Tables. Notes. Indexes. Some wear and soiling to covers. Pencil erasure on front endpaper. . Introduction by Jacob Robinson. Isaiah Trunk (1905–1981) was a chief archivist of the Yiddish Scientific Institute YIVO in New York from Warsaw, and the leading historian on the Holocaust. Trunk was an expert on Jewish history during the Nazi occupation of Poland. A scholar and author originally from Poland, he was the winner of a National Book Award in history for his monograph titled Judenrat: The Jewish Councils in Eastern Europe Under Nazi Occupation published in New York by Macmillan in 1972.