by Slavin, Tania (text); Louis Goldman and Rabbi Bernard Zlotowitz (photogr.)
New York: Union of American Hebrew Congregation, 1969. First edition. Softcover. g+ to vg. Octavo. 20pp. Original illustrated white wraps with black lettering on cover. Narration for the filmstrip reflecting Jewish life in Budapest in 1967 and 1968 including introduction, technical data for projection and short bibliography. The filmstrip shows the Danube, the Hungarian Parliament, the statue in Heroes Square, the castle, the Communist monument with Red Star, the Kazinczy Synagogue, rabbis and students, four scrolls, the Jewish Museum, works of Hungarian Jewish artists, the Dohany synagogue, and many Jewish citizens in Budapest. No. 53 of a series of documentaries of Jewish life and customs in various countries. Acknowledgment of the producer Samuel Grand at rear. List of all filmstrips on back cover. Wraps lightly sunned with one inch closed tear at head of spine. Wraps and interior in overall good+ to very good condition. (Inventory #: 41391)
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