A TREE STILL STANDS: JEWISH YOUTH IN EASTERN EUROPE TODAY. Yale STROM.
A TREE STILL STANDS: JEWISH YOUTH IN EASTERN EUROPE TODAY.
A TREE STILL STANDS: JEWISH YOUTH IN EASTERN EUROPE TODAY.
A TREE STILL STANDS: JEWISH YOUTH IN EASTERN EUROPE TODAY.

A TREE STILL STANDS: JEWISH YOUTH IN EASTERN EUROPE TODAY.

NY: Philomel Books, [1990]. Introduction by Sonia Levitin. First Edition, first printing. Signed presentation from Strom on the half-title page [in Yiddish and with a rough translation provided here]: “To Chaya and Meir, Deep warm thanks- it was really nice meeting the two of you- Long diverse culture- Yale Strom 20/11/93.” Strom spent 12 weeks talking to and photographing young people in Eastern European countries. The Jewish population in Eastern Europe before World War II was about five million. As of 1990, fewer than 200,000 remained, with about one-fifth of them being children. Quarto: dark grey boards in dust jacket; 111 pages. Item #57293

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