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(Bosnia) Levy, Dr. Moritz. DIE SEPHARDIM IN BOSNIEN: Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Juden auf der Balkan Halbinsel. Sarajevo: Kajon, 1911.
Schoen Books Reprint (2006). Mit 29 Illustrationen im Texte: photos of women in their local costumes, village elders and merchants, cemetariesetc. Includes six pages of folk medicine. 127pp. Bound wrapper. New. $23.00.
Catalog: German Judaica, Subjects: Sephardim, Jews in the Balkans
Inventory ID #: 237543  

(North Africa) Eisenbeth, Maurice. LES JUIFS DE L'AFRIQUE DU NORD: Demographie & Onomastique. Alger: Imprimerie du Lycee, 1936.
Schoen Books Reprint (2006). Massive geographical and genealogical with an extraordinary, detailed account of Jewish communities in North Africa (Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco) with many maps, including two detachable fold-outs (11" by 17"): Repartition / Densite de population israelite. Author was Grand Rabbin d'Alger. 189pp. + 12pp. Extrait de Comptes redus bibliographiques (addendum of contemporary reviews) in six languages!. Perfect-bound. New. Reprint. $55.00.
Catalog: Judaica, Subjects: Jews in Africa, Sephardim, French Judaica
Inventory ID #: 250451  

American Jewish Historical Society. PUBLICATIONS OF THE AJHS NUMBER 21: The Lyons Collection Volume 1. AJHS, 1913.
305. pp. tears to backstrip and cover. Cloth. Good. scholarly articles including: Minutebook of Congregation Shearith Israel; historical scetch Naphtali Phillips, addressed by Mordechai Noah; and other short articles. $55.00.
Catalog: Judaica, Subject: Sephardim
Inventory ID #: 216428  

246 pp. Hardback & DJ. Good +. Tunisian Jewish culture. $10.00.
Catalog: Judaica, Subject: Sephardim
Inventory ID #: 231589  

Lazare, Bernard. DIE JUDEN IN RUMANIEN. Berlin: Hermann, 1902.
Schoen Books Reprint. A translation of Lazare's important historical socio-political study of the Jews in Romania.88 pp. reprint. Perfect-bound. New. Lazare (1865-1903), "first of the Dreyfusards", was an anarchist and literary critic who fought for Dreyfus. Wrote Job's Dungheap: Antisemitism Its History and Cause, a major influence on Hannah Arendt, which called for total assimilation. Experience in the Dreyfus Affair led to his defense of oppressed Jews. Founded the Zionist magazine Le Flambeau. $15.00.
Catalog: Judaica, Subjects: Jews in Romania, Sephardim
Inventory ID #: 243205  

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