Cry in the Wilderness: A Short History of a Chaplain, Activities and Struggles in Soviet Russia During World War II. Leon S. Rozen, Leon Szczekacz Rozen.

Cry in the Wilderness: A Short History of a Chaplain, Activities and Struggles in Soviet Russia During World War II

New York and Tel Aviv: Om Publishing Company, 1966.

Hardcover. 8 5/8" X 5 1/2". 238pp. Signed and Inscribed by the Author to front free endpaper. Mild edgewear to dark red hardcover binding, with tear along top front edge of spine. Previous owner's name to front and rear paste-downs. Bookseller notations to front free endpaper. Small tear near gutter on front free endpaper. Binding is tight and sound. Contents are clean, bright, and unmarked. Foreword by Miron J. Sheskin and Postscript by Mark Kahan. The account of a Jewish chaplain facing the horrors and anti-Semitism of World War II, who was captured by Nazis, condemned to death, buried alive, and saved only to withstand time in concentration camps, escaped only to be arrested by Soviet forces. Good +. Item #1024

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