Tel Aviv: Lion the Printer / Palestine Pioneer Library, (1946). First edition. 12mo, 120pp; wrappers. Toning toward edges; front wrapper detached, very delicate. Item #205398
A little known work of Meyer Levin, the novelist who had been among the first reporters to enter the liberated camp at Buchenwald, this is an account of the kibbutz that was established by survivors of the camp, told in their own voices. The survivors established the kibbutz at first on German soil, on an abandoned farm near the village of Eggendorf, before eventually migrating to Palestine and then Israel. Published as Palestine Pioneer Library No. 9.