Winner's Unlimited - No. 101

Holy books, letters from Rabbis and Rebbes, Judaica, Maps, Periodicals, Postcards, banknotes, Eretz Israel and Zionism

July 19, 2017
Opening $ 300
Estimate $ 600 - $ 900
Sold for $ 366
Including buyer's premium

The first haggada of Kibbutz HaGarin [later known as "Gilad" or "Even Yitzchak"]. Stencil print with illustrations.

The text integrates passages regarding the troubles that the Jewish Nation underwent throughout the years of exile: "Throughout all the burrows of enslavement, of the coercion, the inquisition, decimation and riots....we did not know rest and our lives were hanging...." Integrates verses of the rebuke in Leviticus and Numbers.

Texts regarding the Holocaust: "A day of non-stop fears and distrust in the life of those who remained....the delicate souls are rotting from the servitude and chains, the poverty and crudity and malice pour their rule over everything....how have we been abandoned from G-d and nation? How have we been killed throughout the world? Yizkor...a person should remember dismembered bodies on the roads, and the body of the elderly thrown around, stabbed, and cut heads in puddles of brotherly blood, and a child like a sieve in the lap of his mother...a person should remember the backward eyes from the terrors and the hair standing on edge in face of the storm of the night.."

Additionally includes passages regarding the ingathering of the exiles, building the land, the move from fear to strengh and rejuvenation.

The kibbutz was founded on the 11th of March 1945 by members of the Bonim movement from Germany, Holland and England that had been organized back in 1938.

Rare haggada - not listed by Steiner and not in the National Library.

22 pages. 22 cm.

Fine condition.

Category
Non-traditional and kibbutz haggadah