78 105 (HOLOCAUST) Report of the Vienna Jewish Community 1.7. - 31.10.1939. Text entirely in English. With illustrated world map displaying the number of Jews emigrating from Vienna. pp. (24). Original printed wrappers. Lg. 4to. * WITH: Additional 4-page report accounting for emigration expenditures and funding received from the Joint. (Vienna), (November),1939. $2000 - $3000 ❧ An accounting of expenditures administered by the Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien (IKG) – the only Jewish organization permitted by the Nazis to function following the Anschluss. This most professionally produced report, written entirely in English, was prepared for the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and provided important economic and human statistics relating to the crucial need to find sanctuary for Austrian-Jews - quite literally anywhere in the world that would accept them. The report opens with the statistic that of 110,328 Jews having left, as of September 15, 1939, 66,260 Jews were still in Vienna. Emigration details are broken down by country and by number of emigrants. Also noted are expenses relating to communal social service needs. This report is a continuation of the “Report of the Vienna Jewish Community” issued May-June, 1939 (see Kestenbaum Auction, November, 2018, Lot 143). SCARCE. NOT IN WORLDCAT. 106 (HOLOCAUST). Liste fun di Lebngeblibene Warszewer Jidn in der US Zone in Dajczland [“List of Holocaust Survivors from Warsaw in the American Zone in Germany.”] Text in Yiddish (in Latin characters). pp. 96. Trace foxed. Original printed wrappers, light stains. Folio. Munich, Centrale fun di Warszewer Landsmanszaftn in der US Zone in Dajczland,1948. $1000 - $1500 ❧ List of c. 5,680 names of survivors compiled by the Central Office of Warsaw Landsmanschaften in the US Zone. Individual data includes previous address in Warsaw, names of parents and current location (DP Camp). Warsaw’s prewar Jewish population of more than 350,000 was decimated by the German Nazis and their collaborators. Barely 10,000 Warsaw-area Jews survived the Holocaust. 107 (HOLOCAUST). Anne Frank. The Diary of a Young Girl. Translated from the Dutch by B.M. Mooyart. With an introduction by Eleanor Roosevelt. FIRST AMERICAN EDITION. On p. 9, facsimile of page from the original manuscript. On p. 27, blueprint of the building where the family hid. pp. 285. Lightly browned around outer margins. Original boards with multi- color dust-jacket featuring black-and-white photographic illustration of the author on front and facsimile of page from diary on back; dust-jacket torn with loss at spine area. 8vo. Garden City, New York, Country Life Press,1952. $600 - $900 ❧ Eleanor Roosevelt called this diary “one of the wisest and most moving commentaries on war.”