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Eindstation Sobibor en Auschwitz By Peter Joh. M. Zuidweg
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Een indrukwekkend en gruwelijk overzicht van de Joodse families Ketellapper, Joël en Olman en het daaraan verbonden levenslot tijdens de holocaust in de 2e Wereldoorlog
First Hitler, Then Your Father, and Now You By Deborah Long
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In a memoir written by the daughter of two Holocaust survivors, the author describes her childhood, adolescence, and adulthood in often funny, sympathetic, and compelling stories of growing up in a... More > suburban Chicago household with a father who wanted to live the rest of his life as though he had died yesterday and a mother who wanted more than anything to recapture what she lost. Deborah's mother and father's lives were tragically transformed by World War II. In accounts painstakingly recreated from genealogical research and travel, the author traces her parents' journey from their ancestral homes in Poland and Hungary to their liberation from German concentration camps and finally to their arrival in the U.S. in 1946. Deborah's parents struggle to live with their past while starting a new life with little more than their own considerable wills to survive.< Less
Agnes: How My Spirit Survived By Agnes Sassoon
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Agnes was eleven years old when she was captured in Budapest right out of her school. She was sent to the concentration camp of Dachau. Here she not only experienced hunger and terror, but also her... More > first tender love story with Alex, a young boy who helped her survive. Agnes endured one of the terrible death marches across Germany before she arrived in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp where she was finally liberated by British soldiers. After the war she went to school in Prague, worked for the Zionist underground organization Breha and finally immigrated to Israel.< Less
Agnes. How My Spirit Survived By Agnes Sassoon
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Agnes was eleven years old when she was captured in Budapest right out of her school. She was sent to the concentration camp of Dachau. Here she not only experienced hunger and terror, but also her... More > first tender love story with Alex, a young boy who helped her survive. Agnes endured one of the terrible death marches across Germany before she arrived in Bergen-Belsen concentration camp where she was finally liberated by British soldiers. After the war she went to school in Prague, worked for the Zionist underground organization Breha and finally immigrated to Israel.< Less
Broken Silence By Betty Bausch-Polak & Liesje Auerbach-Polak
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"Broken Silence" tells the fascinating story of two Dutch Jewish sisters both of whom survived World War II. Betty, the elder sister, stayed in The Netherlands on false identities. Her... More > husband joined the Resistance, was caught by the Germans and executed. Betty was imprisoned, but miraculously survived the war. Liesje (Elisheva) was sent to the Bergen Belsen concentration camp in Germany. July 1944 she was selected as one of the 220 Jewish prisoners exchanged for German Templars living in Palestine. It saved her life. The two sisters, now both in their nineties, are amongst the few survivors still able to share their stories, in several languages. Living history! The third generation especially needs to be made aware of what happened. Betty and Liesje continue sharing their stories. Their long silence is finally broken.< Less
Bewegtes Schweigen By Betty Bausch
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Die Schwestern Betty und Lies hatten eine herrliche Jugend in Amsterdam und teilten 18 Jahre lang Freud und Leid. Dann kam der Krieg. Gezwungenermaßen teilten sich ihre Wege, aber durch einen... More > unregelmäßigen und komplizierten Briefwechsel wußten sie voneinander. Lies war in den Konzentrationslagern Westerbork und Bergen-Belsen. Durch einen Austausch von deutschen Templern aus Palästina gegen jüdische Gefangene aus Konzentrationslagern kam sie dann 1944 nach Palästina. Betty, schon verheiratet, tauchte rechtzeitig mit ihrem Mann in Holland unter und half ihm im Widerstand. Er wurde erschossen, Betty überlebte. Lange konnten beide über ihre Vergangenheit nicht reden. Erst Jahre spät wurden die beiden Schwestern auf verschiedene Weise dazu angeregt: die eine durch offenherzige Gespräche mit deutschen Freunden, die andere durch Fragen der dritten Generation in Israel. Nach all der Zeit des ‚Bewegten Schweigens’ war es ihnen schließlich möglich, diese Stille zu brechen< Less
My Simple Life in Greece...Destroyed by the Holocaust By Rebecca Yomtov Hauser
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Rebecca Yomtov Hauser is the only survivor of her immediate family and one of the few Jewish survivors from her hometown in Ioannina, Greece. After keeping nearly silent about her Holocaust... More > experiences for many years, she has finally told the story of her childhood in Greece, her internment in the concentration camps of Birkenau and Bergen-Belsen, her postwar experiences, and her eventual immigration to New York with help from her American relatives.< Less
Bewogen stilte By Betty Bausch-Polak
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"Bewogen Stilte" is het fascinerende verhaal van twee Joodse zussen, die de oorlog en de Holocaust overleefden. Vele jaren daarna waren zij pas in staat daarover te spreken. Betty en haar... More > man, Philip, nemen in de oorlog een valse identiteit aan en duiken onder. Philip gaat bij het verzet en wordt geexecuteerd. Vanuit concentratiekamp Westerbork wordt Lies naar Bergen-Belsen gedeporteerd. Via een uitwisseling met Tempelieren komt zij in 1944 in Palestina terecht. De twee zussen, nu beiden in de negentig, behoren tot de weinige nog in leven zijnde ooggetuigen, in staat hun verhaal met overtuiging te vertellen, zelfs in verschillende talen. Vooral jongeren, de derde generatie, willen zij er van doordringen wat de gevolgen zijn van discriminatie, gebrek aan tolerantie.Beiden, Betty en Lies, gaan door met optredens voor de jeugd. Het lange " bewogen zwijgen" is eindelijk verbroken.< Less
By My Mother's Hand By Henry Melnick
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Holocaust survivor HENRY MELNICK was born in Lodz, Poland. Shortly after the Nazis occupied Poland in 1939, he was sent to do slave labour in the Nowy Sącz, Tarnów Ghettos and Szebnie... More > camp. He was then transferred to Auschwitz-Birkenau, Buna, Dora-Mittelbau and Bergen-Belsen death camps. When his parents were murdered in the Belżec death camp, he became the sole survivor of his entire family. After liberation, Henry volunteered for the Israeli Army and fought for Israel’s independence. He came to Canada in 1965 with his wife Hela and their two children. His story is one of strength and courage. His survival is nothing short of a miracle. Some content of this book may not be suitable for children. All profits from the sale of this book go directly to Holocaust education.< Less