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HER STORY: (2004) version 1 By Jessica Blitz
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(a proposal) about one family's story of the holocaust told from a third generation survivor about her grandmother. for grades 4-6, because of heavier content not intended
HER STORY: (2004) version 1 By Jessica Blitz
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(a proposal) about one family's story of the holocaust told from a third generation survivor about her grandmother. for grades 4-6, because of heavier content not intended
The Yellow Star House: The Remarkable Story of One Boy's Survival In a Protected House In Hungary By Paul V. Regelbrugge
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Between May 15 and July 9, 1944, over 440,000 Hungarian Jews were deported and, most were murdered at Auschwitz-Birkenau. The sole exception was the Jews in Budapest. In October 1944, Nazi Lieutenant... More > Colonel Adolf Eichmann, with the eager assistance of the Hungarian fascist Arrow Cross party, initiated plans to finish off the Jews of Budapest even as the Soviet Red Army was rapidly advancing, and ultimately laid siege on Budapest in December 1944. This is the story of how one Jewish boy and 400 others were protected in a "yellow star house." The house was converted into a hospital run by Jewish doctors designed to treat everyone -- even their wounded enemies, free of charge. The Jewish residents were ultimately saved in this way by a man who posed as an Arrow Cross officer and risked his own life countless times while over 70,000 Jews were being murdered at the Danube or dying in ghettos. The Yellow Star House is a story of courage, family, hope, rescue and luck. It is unforgettable< Less
The Yellow Star House: The Remarkable Story of One Boy's Survival in a Protected House in Hungary By Paul V. Regelbrugge
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Between May 15 and July 9, 1944, over 440,000 Hungarian Jews were deported and, most were murdered at Auschwitz-Birkenau. The sole exception was the Jews in Budapest. In October 1944, Nazi... More > Lieutenant Colonel Adolf Eichmann, with the eager assistance of the Hungarian fascist Arrow Cross party, initiated plans to finish off the Jews of Budapest even as the Soviet Red Army was rapidly advancing, and ultimately laid siege on Budapest in December 1944. This is the story of how one Jewish boy and 400 others were protected in a "yellow star house." The house was converted into a hospital run by Jewish doctors designed to treat everyone -- even their wounded enemies, free of charge. The Jewish residents were ultimately saved in this way by a man who posed as an Arrow Cross officer and risked his own life countless times while over 70,000 Jews were being murdered at the Danube or dying in ghettos. The Yellow Star House is a story of courage, family, hope, rescue and luck. It is unforgettable.< Less
Call Me Anya By Dawn Voss
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A very short story of two people who have survived the Holocaust.
More than a Number By Joseph Metz
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This is the story of Gilbert Metz, the State of Mississippi's only Holocaust survivor to go through the Nazi's death camps.
Another life: A Memoir of the Shoah By S.J. Rutkowski
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Another Life is the story of a remarkable journey by a remarkable man. S.J. Rutkowski was a Polish Jew who became a gentile to survive the horrors of the Second World War. He tells his story with the... More > level-headedness and wit that helped him survive.< Less
A Lone Candle: Secrets Too Heavy To Bear By Bernice Fishman & Carol Fishman
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As you read this history of a family caught in the midst of World War II, you will shed tears, be horrified by perpetrators, and amazed by the family’s resilience, tenacity and luck, as they... More > tried to survive the harrowing world in Poland. This is a glimpse of life through a child’s eyes of a typical Jewish family before, during and after the Holocaust. Bernice wanted her story published for current and future generations of the Friedenberg and Graudens families. She knew the details would be lost over the years, and the stories gone within a few generations.< Less
Life of Michael Novice By Michael Novice
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This volume is the story of our beloved Dad, Michael Novice, who survived the Holocaust. Part 1 is his “Autobiography”, which summarizes his life from birth to about 1995. He describes... More > his life before the war as well as his incredible and terrifying experiences during the Holocaust. Part 2 is an article called “Recollections”, in which he describes his experiences, thoughts and feelings as he created a new life for himself after the war. He was brought to England after liberation as one of a group of 732 young survivors known as “The Boys”. Dad describes the kinds of medical, financial, educational and emotional support he received as a “Boy”” as well as several memorable experiences he had as he recovered from the horrific traumas of the Holocaust. Additional parts bring the reader up to date in 2017 at his 90th birthday celebration.< Less
Going through fire without getting burned By Danka & Henry Cyngler
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This is a memoir of two Holocaust survivors. Danka grew up in Lvov Poland, twice jumped off moving trains to Belzec extermination camp, then sought refuge in a Ukraine convent. After liberation by... More > the Russians, she joined the Aliah Bet Movement and travelled by illegal boat to the Promised Land where she was interned by the British in Atlit, a displaced person’s camp. There she met Heniek [Henry]. Henry grew up in Pabianice Poland. When the Nazis invaded, he survived the Ghettos of Pabianice and Lodz and the concentration camps in Auschwitz-Birkenau, Braunschweig, Ravensbruch and Wobblin. After liberation by the Americans he travelled back home and then by illegal boat as part of the Aliah Bet Movement to Haifa where he was arrested and interned into Atlit. So began a courtship and a journey to re-establish a normal life and family, first in Israel then in Australia. Danka and Henry now have three sons, eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. This is a story of hope and triumph over adversity.< Less

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