77 104 (HOLOCAUST). “Commemorating the Unconditional Surrender of Japan and the End of World War 2.” English text with occasional use of Hebrew. Mimeographed and printed on recto only. Few simple line-illustrations. Photographic portraits of local boys who served in the military. Reproduction of letters to Rabbi Tolochko relating to his war-time efforts. pp. 95 (printed on recto only). Original spiral-bound limp covers. 8vo. Goldsboro, North Carolina, Rosh Hashona,1945. $1000 - $1500 ❧ Issued for Temple Oheb Sholom’s Rosh Hashonah service, this is a detailed and most unusual production, seemingly produced just for the membership of this small Reform congregation located in Goldsboro, North Carolina. Recapping the history of the war, this booklet also recounts the war-efforts exerted by the local Jewish community, led by its Rabbi, Jerome Gerson Tolochko. Table of Contents: * The V-J Service. * The War with Japan. * Summary of the War with Germany. * Highlights of World War Two. * Jewish Contributions to the War Effort. * The War Effort of the Jewish Community of Goldsboro. Temple Oheb Sholom’s War-Time Rabbi. * Clippings. German-born Jerome Gerson Tolochko (1908-69) served as Rabbi in a number of synagogues in the South including in the states of Mississippi, North Carolina and South Carolina. 103 (HOLOCAUST). W.M. Citron (Ed.) Aufbau Almanac - The Immigrant’s Handbook. FIRST EDITION. Illustrated. Text in English and German. Foreword by Albert Einstein. Frontispiece portrait of President Roosevelt. Text illustrations. Numerous ads. pp. 192. Original pictorial printed wrappers, extremities touch worn. 4to. New York, Verlag German-Jewish Club,1941. $800 - $1200 ❧ A practical guide to American life for the benefit of recently arrived Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany. Includes information and instruction on American customs and lifestyle - particularly in New York City. Provides details of Jewish-German immigrant associations and citizenship classes. Also with the texts of “The Star Spangled Banner” and “God Bless America” and the meaning of such vernacular expressions as the ‘Bronx cheer’ and ‘sawbucks.’ Produced by the editors of the monthly German-Jewish immigrant self-help magazine Aufbau.