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Very Good in Good jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 20pp of introductory text; followed by 127 color plates. Decorative paper boards; slightly edge worn, text block edges lightly foxed, else very good. Contents very good. Plates: Watercolor reproductions. Printed dj (identical to the paper covers); edge worn, long closed tear on rear panel, else good. A pictorial account of one man's inside view of the Jewish Holocaust. The watercolor illus were created while the artist, Alfred Kantor was at a displaced persons camp in Deggendorf, Germany, in July 1945. During the War, Kantor was first sent to Terezin concentration camp, later he was shipped out to Auschwitz, and finally, Schwarzheide. While at these camps, Kantor secretly made penciled sketches while at these lagers, and, later, rendered into watercolors immediately after the War.
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