MEILENSTEINE Vom Wege Des Kartells Judischer Verbindungen (K. J. V. ) in Der Zionistischen Bewegung Eine Sammelschrift / Im Auftrage Des Prasidiums Des K. J. V. Herausgegeben Von Eli Rothschild

By: Rothschild, Eli ; [editor] ; [Ruben R. Hecht]

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xiv, 416 pages; Clean and tight in original blue cloth binding. With an interesting Inscription on blank opposite titlepage, signed (twice) by Reuben Hecht, author of one of the papers in this volume [see pp. 203-Reuben R. Hecht (1909 – 1993) was an Israeli industrialist and founder of the Hecht Museum at Haifa University. Hecht was also a principal aide to Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin at the Camp David peace talks. Hecht was a co-founder of Haifa University, where he endowed a foundation, "The Reuben Hecht Chair of Zionism," as well as the major museum which bears his name. He was awarded the Israel Prize -- the highest honor from the State of Israel -- in 1988. His inscription in this volume (in German) is to a fellow member of the Zionist student organization Kadimah -- (abolished by the Nazis in 1938). The KJV was an umbrella organization of Jewish student organizations during the German Reich. It was formed in 1914 from the merger of the Kartell Zionistischer Verbindungen (KZV) with the Bund Juedischer Corporationen (BJC). ; Signed by One Author; Experience the pleasure of reading and appreciating this actual printed item. It has its own physical history that imbues it with a character lacking in ephemeral electronic renderings.

Title: MEILENSTEINE Vom Wege Des Kartells Judischer Verbindungen (K. J. V. ) in Der Zionistischen Bewegung Eine Sammelschrift / Im Auftrage Des Prasidiums Des K. J. V. Herausgegeben Von Eli Rothschild

Author Name: Rothschild, Eli ; [editor] ; [Ruben R. Hecht]

Categories: Philosophy and Religion,

Publisher: Tel Aviv, Prasidium, K. J. V.: 1972

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Size: 8vo

Seller ID: 38306

Keywords: German Zionist Movement Jewish Student Organizations in Germany Reuben R. Hecht Israel Prize