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The Holocaust By aidon campbell
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This novel is a history novel on the Holocuast back in Nazi Germany in 1919.
Holocaust Project By Heather Goldsmith
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This is my final project for my Spring 2009 course: Responses to the Holocaust.
Holocaust Poetry By Kayla Showers
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Holocaust poetry that I really hope my readers will enjoy for a long time.
The Holocaust Fixer By Stan Roseberg
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The Holocaust comes to contemporary North America when Mendel Kaplanksky decides that his life has become a living hell and chooses to let everyone know in as graphic a way as possible. The Holocaust... More > narrative is now fiercely contested by mainstream Jews, revisionists, anti-Zionists and neo-Nazis. The treatment of the Holocaust here is unique in Holocaust fiction. It's a worthwhile read.< Less
Holocaust Lumber By Allan Rosenfeld
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Growing up on a lumberyard just outside Toronto, Allan knew that he was different from most other kids. But it wasn't the stacks of wood or the hard work of helping out around the yard that defined... More > him – it was his role as the oldest child of two Holocaust survivors. Always and above all else, Allan knew that his parents had suffered through terrible atrocities, and that he couldn't cause them any more pain, under any circumstances. Holocaust Lumber is a collection of 25 short stories that capture the complexities and humanity of his parents. Told with unflinching honesty, these stories capture a world of lumber and love, a setting of sweetness and survival, a nightmare of guilt, and the lighthearted, absurd moments that are part of all families. These are the stories of Holocaust Lumber.< Less
Holocaust Lumber By Allan Rosenfeld
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Growing up on a lumberyard just outside Toronto, Allan knew that he was different from most other kids. But it wasn't the stacks of wood or the hard work of helping out around the yard that defined... More > him – it was his role as the oldest child of two Holocaust survivors. Always and above all else, Allan knew that his parents had suffered through terrible atrocities, and that he couldn't cause them any more pain, under any circumstances. Holocaust Lumber is a collection of 25 short stories that capture the complexities and humanity of his parents. Told with unflinching honesty, these stories capture a world of lumber and love, a setting of sweetness and survival, a nightmare of guilt, and the lighthearted, absurd moments that are part of all families. These are the stories of Holocaust Lumber.< Less
Holocaust Sketches By James Eakin III
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"Holocaust Sketches" is a song cycle for Soprano, Mezzo, Tenor, Bass, Violin, Cello, and Piano. The work is in four movements with each singer having their own piece. This haunting work... More > is a setting of poems written by children who lost their lives at Terezin concentration camp.< Less
Holocaust Healing By Martin Avery
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Holocaust Healing, written not long after 9/11, inspired by that horrific event, is not a light read, it's a dark story that encompasses a lot of tragedy, but there is light at the end, as world... More > history drives the narrator crazy and he has to try many things to regain his sanity, including journaling, past life work, re-scripting, and other contemporary techniques used by sensitive souls.< Less
The Black Holocaust By Timothy White, Sr.
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Bodies were stacked one upon another, the stench in the air was sickening and most fowl. Shackles could be heard as the chains met together. Moans and groans filled the darkness in the underbelly of... More > the ship. The smell of human waste and bodily fluids made it unbearable. The screams of women and children could be heard coming from overhead, every day there was the sounds of the dead being thrown into the sea. This was the journey Africans would make to the place that is called America.< Less
Am I a Holocaust Survivor? By Dorothee E. Krahn
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This vivid, moving, and beautifully written story depicts the life and struggles of a Jewish girl in Germany (and later, England) during the late 1930s and the beginnings of World War II. Every word... More > is true. Author Dorothee E. Krahn writes: "Much has been written about the Holocaust. People like Eli Wiesel have described the atrocities in all their gory detail. My purpose in this story was to draw attention to a somewhat different aspect: The erosion of a protective judiciary, and the gradual disappearance of the free press, all which eventually led to the total loss of personal liberties and with that, ultimately, of personal responsibilities. 'We followed orders' —- let it be a warning for our times."< Less