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Those Who Serve Martha's Vineyard and WWII By Linsey Lee
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Oral History narratives of the World War II experiences, on the homefront and overseas, from twenty people of Martha's Vineyard with WWII era photos and contemporary photo portraits.
Carl's Story; The Persistence of Hope By Von Petersen
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The true story of Kalman Willner, a remarkable man who survived numerous labor camps and the concentration camps of Auschwitz, Buchenwald and Dachau, from the time he was 14 until the age of 20. It... More > is an account of one man's incredible, harrowing journey of courage and undying hope as he struggles to survive mankind's darkest hour, and the miraculous resiliency of the human spirit he imparts. Ultimately, it is a story of hope and grace, for he went on to live a happy and successful life. A must read for anyone interested in the humanity and inhumanity of man and the forces of good and evil. A testimonial for a new generation at a time when the few remaining witnesses of the old are slowly passing from us forever. The ultimate story of survival!< Less
Lest We Forget: A Navigator's Tale By Jack Adams
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A POW's account of his time in a german concentration camp during WWII.
Lest We Forget: A Navigator's Tale By Jack Adams
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A POW's account of his time in a german concentration camp during WWII.
We Want To Live By Jacob Rassen
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Jacob Rassen's firsthand account of being placed in and escaping from a Nazi concentration camp during WWII. He reveals the horrors of Dvinsk, Riga, Kovno and other ghettos and being hunted like an... More > animal.< Less
We Want To Live By Jacob Rassen
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Jacob Rassen's firsthand account of being placed in and escaping from a Nazi concentration camp during WWII. He reveals the horrors of Dvinsk, Riga, Kovno and other ghettos and being hunted like an... More > animal.< Less
THE LONG NORWEGIAN NIGHT - Special Edition By Kaare A. Bolgen
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O.M. Magnussen of the WWII Norwegian resistance is picked up by the Gestapo (the Nazis took over Norway in 1940) in '41 and endures three prisons and two concentration camps. He secretly records... More > prison life in notes and drawings, smuggled out after his release in '45, which he expands into the narrative, Vi Ventet (We Are Waiting) under his prison name. In 2005, an English interpretation of the narrative entitled The Long Norwegian Night by Kaare Bolgen, a childhood friend of Magnussen's, is found in Mr. Bolgen's papers after his death (Bolgen emigrated to the U.S. in the 1930s). His account traces the physical and psychological levels of Magnussen's survival and meticulously observes the senseless routines and atrocities of the S.S. and prison administrations. Techniques on when to adapt or work the system to the prisoners' advantage are reported, occasionally with humor, but always committed to not giving up. This Special Edition features original artwork and video that enhances the written story.< Less
Ames to Berchtesgaden By Michael Ray Peterson
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A collection of letters and photos from a man who served in the 1269th Engineer Combat Battalion during WWII. This unit found Hermann Goering's stolen art and was one of the first to enter the Dachau... More > concentration camp.< Less
Memory, History, Identity in David Rousset’s A World Apart By Piero Ruju
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This original study ( Page format A4 - 21x29,7cm – spacing at 1 ½ ), analyses the way in which historic events and one’s memory, both collective and personal, of concentration... More > camps, construct one’s identity in and after the season of Auschwitz. It will be only through the balanced relationship between the horror of Auschwitz and “the strength and the beauty of being alive” that the author can come to terms with his ‘new’ identity. Essay in ENGLISH. For further details please check the ‘Leggi l'anteprima del libro’. Please check my blogs at: http://pieroruju.blogspot.com http://thecityofbrokenglasses.blogspot.com< Less
Memory, History, Identity in David Rousset’s A World Apart By Piero Ruju
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This original study ( Page format A4 - 21x29,7cm – spacing at 1 ½ ), analyses the way in which historic events and one’s memory, both collective and personal, of concentration... More > camps, construct one’s identity in and after the season of Auschwitz. It will be only through the balanced relationship between the horror of Auschwitz and “the strength and the beauty of being alive” that the author can come to terms with his ‘new’ identity. Essay in ENGLISH. For further details please check the ‘Leggi l'anteprima del libro’. Please check my blogs at: http://pieroruju.blogspot.com http://thecityofbrokenglasses.blogspot.com< Less