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Holocaust By Dan Myers
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This is a story told from the heart of a Jewish Survivor of the Holocaust In Holocaust – A Jewish Survivor Testimony, you’ll meet Regina, a Polish woman who lived through the Holocaust... More > during World War 2. She was only a young girl of 22 at the time that she was captured by German soldiers, and the events of her life since then, provide a picture of what it was like to experience the horror of the Holocaust first hand. You will find out about: - • What is was like to Run for your Life • Living in the Ghetto in Poland • Experiencing a Concentration Camp • Being an unwilling subject for Medical Experiments • How she Survived in the Death Camp • The Chance of Life after the Holocaust The Holocaust forever affected the Jewish community. It tore apart families and caused immense suffering and pain. In this book, you will find out about what it was like to experience torture every day, being part of a death march, living in a concentration camp and being captured.< 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
Adolescence in Auschwitz: A Teenager's Survival Through Hitler's Holocaust By Regina Frankel
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Regina Frankel’s harrowing story of survival during the Holocaust brings to light new perspectives of the darkest chapter in human history. As a teenager in the Lodz Ghetto in 1940s Poland,... More > Regina was a direct eyewitness to the horrors committed by the Nazis. Along with Regina's firsthand accounts of the crimes of the Third Reich, Adolescence in Auschwitz also brings to light one of formerly taboo subjects of the Holocaust - the suffering caused unto the Jews by their own brothers working alongside the Nazis. Regina depicts with frightening details the cruel actions of Chaim Rumkowski, the Nazi-appointed President of Lodz Ghetto. From sexual control over young women to single-handedly deciding who would live and who would be sent to the gas chambers, he controlled the Jews of Lodz in a manner mimicking the Jews’ Nazi masters. After her family is murdered, Regina and two sisters are all that remain. Regina must find the strength to carry her sisters to the end of the war, if they can survive that long.< Less
Adolescence in Auschwitz: A Teenager's Survival Through Hitler's Holocaust By Regina Frankel
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Regina Frankel’s harrowing story of survival during the Holocaust brings to light new perspectives of the darkest chapter in human history. As a teenager in the Lodz Ghetto in 1940s Poland,... More > Regina was a direct eyewitness to the horrors committed by the Nazis. Along with Regina's firsthand accounts of the crimes of the Third Reich, Adolescence in Auschwitz also brings to light one of formerly taboo subjects of the Holocaust - the suffering caused unto the Jews by their own brothers working alongside the Nazis. Regina depicts with frightening details the cruel actions of Chaim Rumkowski, the Nazi-appointed President of Lodz Ghetto. From sexual control over young women to single-handedly deciding who would live and who would be sent to the gas chambers, he controlled the Jews of Lodz in a manner mimicking the Jews’ Nazi masters. After her family is murdered, Regina and two sisters are all that remain. Regina must find the strength to carry her sisters to the end of the war, if they can survive that long.< Less
Surviving By Ellie Ohiso, Akira Ohiso
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This graphic work of non-fiction explores the concept of ‘surviving’ in terms of what it means to be Jewish. Akira Ohiso, half-Japanese half-Irish, is a recent convert to Judaism. As a... More > new Jew, he struggles with his role within the religion and in the face of a fresh fear, anti-Semitism. Through the process of conversion, Akira learned his maternal great-grandfather, Jules, was a silent Jew that suppressed his Jewish identity. After his death, the family found a simple Kiddush cup, a vestige of a hidden past. At the time of his conversion, Akira helped Holocaust survivors continue to survive. The book represents the triumvirate of endurance: Akira’s struggle with Judaism and Jules’ reemergence set against the backdrop of Akira’s retelling of Holocaust stories. Surviving takes an intimate look into the stories of related Jews on both sides of a century and the horror settled in between.< Less
Amidst Latvians During the Holocaust By Edward Anders
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"One of the best books of 2011"…A nerve-wracking saga in which life and death depend on a capricious fate…absorbing lucidity…vivid portraits…simple moral vision... More > that resonates: "I became immunized against prejudice”. A testament of remarkable clarity and humanity, wrung from dark experience.— KIRKUS REVIEWS. ***Surviving the Holocaust by a hair, Anders became a brilliant scientist. Part I is a memoir of his youth, including the Soviet and German occupations of Latvia. Part II discusses, with objectivity and precision, Latvian conduct during WWII. —ANDREW EZERGAILIS, Professor of History, Ithaca, NY. ***Anders survived by an outright lie (invented by his father) that his mother was a German foundling raised by a Jewish couple. His father was soon executed, but Edward and his mother bluffed their way through the nightmarish years of the German occupation (1941-1945). —MORRIS HALLE, Institute Professor of Linguistics, MIT, Cambridge, MA.< Less
DANIK! A Holocaust Survivor By Ross R. Olney
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David Zaid survived the extermination of Jews in Poland ordered by Adolph Hitler. He went on to become a hero in the Israeli army. His voice is now stilled, but with this book he continues to speak... More > out against the holocaust-deniers who insist that the atrocities, the death camps, the routine executions of Jews, never really happened. Zaid lived through it, and knows the truth. And if he ever questioned his own courage while hiding from the murderous Nazis and the equally murderous Polish farmers in a Polish forest, the questions were answered in the Israeli wars when he fought in hand to hand combat for his new homeland. He survived once again, and saw his final dream come true when he, his wife and two sons, became citizens in the United States, his final and most beloved homeland.< Less
Fragments: Transcribing the Holocaust By Frances Rapport et al.
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“I thought I knew that I would get through, but it was totally irrational and six million people didn’t, and I am sure they thought the same.” - Anka Bergman, one of the three women... More > who survived Auschwitz whose testimony (recorded in Cardiff, Wales) forms the basis of Frances Rapport's extraordinary "poetic transcriptions". She is "a sympathetic listener who can establish the necessary rapport to elicit information that many of those who suffered the shoah have repressed for decades." (Leonard Mars) "These stories remind us what humans can inflict on each other, utterly negating our common humanity. But we also hear the human capacity to survive, to mutually aid, to continue to love and affirm life." (From the Foreword by Arthur W. Frank) -- ISBN: 978-09569473-9-0 -- Available on Amazon: print and Kindle editions. More Hafan Books at: www.lulu.com/hafan. Contact: t.cheesman@swansea.ac.uk. All proceeds go to Swansea Bay Asylum Seekers Support Group: www.swanseabassgroup.org< Less
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