by Zlotowitz, Rabbi Bernard (text); Chaim Teitler, Frank Darmstaedter, Rabbi Bernard Zlotowitz (photogr.)
New York: Union American Hebrew Congregation, 1968. First edition. Softcover. vg. Octavo. 20pp. Original photo-illustrated wraps with black lettering on cover. Narration for the filmstrip reflecting Jewish life in Prague in 1968 including introduction, technical data for projection and short bibliography. 1968 marked the 1,000th anniversary of the settlement of Jews in Prague. Produced especially for the use in anniversary programs in schools, youth organizations, and adult study circles in Prague, the filmstrip can serve as a visual aid in courses in Jewish history anywhere. The filmstrip gives a general view of Prague, its old section, the Town Hall, Communist decorations, native costumes in May Day Parade, and numerous aspects of Jewish life and culture in Prague. No. 51 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. Light age toning along edges of cover and block. Wraps and interior in overall very good condition. (Inventory #: 41393)
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