A handwritten notebook with testimonies to the horrors of the Holocaust, written by the Yiddish writer Abraham Felsenstein. Yiddish.
Detailed testimonies about Nazi atrocities against Jews during World War II - a complete handwritten notebook written by the Yiddish writer Abraham Felsenstein, in which he documents the atrocities committed by the Nazis against the Jews witnessed by him, and from other eyewitnesses. Among other things, Felsenstein describes the pogroms against the Jews of Tarnow on Rosh Hashanah under the title: "Sadism, Wildkeit or Cruelty", the first act of collective cruelty in Węgrów, Poland, how the Germans killed the Lawyer Rubinstein, German abuse of Jews in the snow, execution by shooting in order to instill fear, "געשענדעט ספרי תורות" - a terrible act about the desecrating Torah scrolls, the death of Benjamin Hertz, The death of Henny Kleiman, the happenings of Rabbi Yitzchak Nachum Weintraub, the horrors of the Gestapo in Treblinka, and more.
38 written pages. 5 detached pages. Stains. Good condition.