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Welcome to our Foreign Rights Department. Mandelbaum publishes mainly non-fiction books as well as illustrated books.
In the following list you will find a range of titles from our program. If you are interested in any of these books, please let us know and we will send you a reading copy.
If you need further assistance, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Michael Baiculescu
email: baiculescu (at) mandelbaum.at

Seiten: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 (128 Bücher)

Alexander Litsauer, Barbara Litsauer (Hg.)

Lost Neighbourhood. Jewish Emigration from the Danube to the Rio de la Plata


During and after World War Two about 40.000 German-speaking Jews emigrated to Argentina. This community is still the biggest one of the world. In 2008, 70 years after the Pogrom Night, a 1938 destroyed Viennese synagogue was mounted in a park in the centre of Buenos... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-344-4
Pages: 358
Dimension: 15x24 cm


Linda Wolfsgruber

What Came on the Table. Favourite Dishes and Stories of Childhood. Collected and illustrated by Linda Wolfsgruber


»This book collects recipes and personal stories concerning eating of friends and acquaintances. All the stories happened a long time ago and they find their echo in these narrations. But the recipes we can cook and therewith... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-337-6
Pages: 168
Dimension: 15 x 24 cm


Ingrid Haslinger

Vapour ascended from the Pot. A Cultural History of Soups from all over the World


She shall take away hunger, satisfy thirst, fill the stomach, clean the tooth, boost sleep and digestion and redden the cheek. The Italian people really have high demands on their soups. But the soup as an all-rounder manages everything.


The image... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-338-3
Pages: 268
Dimension: 15 x 24 cm


Siroos Mirzaei, Martin Schenk (Hg.)

Images of Torture. Heyamat: 15 Years of Work with Traumatised Refugees


People who have survived torture and war often suffer their whole lives from the consequences of traumatising experiences - bodily and psychically.


This book engages in the images of torture and follows the traces that were left behind by the survivors. The... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-351-2
Pages: 180
Dimension: 12x19 cm


Christine Diercks, Sabine Schlüter (Hg.)

Anxiety. Sigmund Freud-Lectures 2009


The 2009 series of lectures of the Viennese Psychoanalytical Association engaged in the phenomena of anxiety out of a psychoanalytical perspective, its unconscious roots, neurobiological fundamentals, clinical images and the individual and collective efforts of defence that anxiety requires.


... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-350-5
Pages: 336
Dimension: 15x24 cm


Eva Eisenstaedt

Twice Survived. From Auschwitz to the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo. The Story of the Sara Rus


Sara Rus hails from Poland. She was 12 years old when the Nazis brought her and her family into the Ghetto Lodz. In 1944 she was transported to Auschwitz-Birkenau. She and her mother were freed from the concentration camp Mauthausen on the 5th of... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-345-1
Pages: 152
Dimension: 12 x 19 cm


Thomas Geldmacher, Hannes Metzler, Magnus Koch, Peter Pirker, Lisa Rettl (Hg.)

»We won't partake there any more...« Austrian Soldiers and Civilians in Court of the Wehrmacht


The exhibition »What then was just... - Soldiers and Civilians in Court of the Wehrmacht« has been on a tour through Germany and Austria since 2007. The exhibition remembers the fates of men and women who were sentenced by the criminal military... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-341-3
Pages: 240
Dimension: 18x26 cm


Oksan Svastics

Jewish Istanbul. A city guide


The Jewish community in Istanbul was one of the biggest of the world in the past, since centuries Jewish life existed there. The first settlements of Jews came into being 1700 years ago; the settlers were survivors of the Roman and Byzantine massacres. Later, the Sephardic Jews from the Iberian Peninsula who had... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-329-1
Pages: 216
Dimension: 12,5 x 21 cm


Walther L. Bernecker, Hans Werner Tobler (Hg.)

The World in the 20th Century until 1945. Global History - The World 1000-2000


The period from the closing nineteenth century to the time after World War Two was coined like no period before by the intense relations, interactions and transfers between the different regions of the world. This is the main focus of this book and therefore it... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-324-6
Pages: 344
Dimension: 15x23 cm


Andreas Obenaus, Christoph Kaindel (Hg.)

War in the Medieval Occident


»Krieg und Gesellschaft/War and Society« is a new series in six volumes that goes from the ancient world to the present day. The first volume covers the ancient world and the beginning of the Early Modern Age (ca. 450-1550), from the breakdown of the Roman Empire to the discovery of the so called New World. The... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-331-4
Pages: 460
Dimension: 15 x 24 cm


Seiten: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 (128 Bücher)