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Endurance By Nathan Moyal
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This is the personal story of a holocaust survivor, Erica Moyal. As of 2016, Erica is now 83 years old and her recollection is through the eyes of a 12 year-old.
Life Is a Gamble By Agnes Tennenbaum
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Collection of short stories and poems by Holocaust survivor Agnes Tennenbaum
Life Is a Gamble By Agnes Tennenbaum
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Collection of short stories and poems by Holocaust survivor Agnes Tennenbaum
My Date With Tomorrow By Eugenie Kaye
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A fascinating look into Eugenie Kaye's life. A survivor of the Holocaust, divorce, cancer and many other health problems, her story is inspiring and unforgettable. Her unbelievable memory, vivid... More > details and sense of humor illustrate her journey from Czechoslovakia to America and from love to loss and then love again. Her amazing ability to reinvent herself along the way makes every chapter a new adventure. Eugenie Kaye was also well-known as the face of the acclaimed ad campaign "Amazing Things are Happening Here" from Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. She lived an incredibly rich and productive life until she was 95 years young.< 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
Legacy of Rescue: A Daughter's Tribute By Marta Fuchs
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An illustrated intergenerational memoir of the author’s father, Morton (Miksa) Fuchs, and Zoltán Kubinyi, the Commanding Officer who saved him and over 100 other Hungarian Jewish men in... More > forced labor under his command during the Holocaust. Captured as a POW by the liberating Russian Army, Zoltan Kubinyi, a devout Seventh Day Adventist, died a year later in a Siberian labor camp, and buried in an unmarked grave. Due to Morton Fuchs’ testimony, he was posthumously honored as a Righteous Among the Nations by Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. The story of rescue came full circle in 2011 when the author and her brother took their children back to Hungary to meet the rescuer's family. With the rescuer’s son, an infant when his father went off to war, his wife and granddaughters -- the great grandchildren of Zoltan Kubinyi -- the author’s family discussed the heroic actions of this compassionate and courageous man none of them knew but who has made such an indelible impact on all their lives.< Less
The Soap Myth By Jeff Cohen
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The Soap Myth dramatizes the powerful confrontation between survivor memory and historical memory and depicts the insidiousness of Holocaust denial. More than a half century after World War II, at... More > the desperate urging of a passionate survivor, a young investigative reporter finds herself caught between numerous versions of the same story and trying to separate fact from fiction. Did the Nazis make soap from the corpses of their murdered Jewish victims? Played out against the backdrop of deadline reporting and journalistic integrity, Jeff Cohen's critically acclaimed play The Soap Myth uses this horrific possibility as its catalyst. It questions who deserves the right to write history — those who have lived it and remember, those studying and protecting it, or those seeking to distort its very existence? And finally, what responsibility should others take once they know the truth?< Less
Tovarisch, I Am Not Dead By Garri S. Urban
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This is the true and striking story by a Jewish doctor of his struggle for survival when caught in 1939 between the evils of Nazi Germany and Stalin's Russia. After facing death from frontier... More > patrols, a firing squad and torture, Urban arrives at a position of considerable power in Soviet society in a medical post. He risks his life again, fighting epidemics. These fascinating memoirs give a rare glimpse of the Soviet Union in wartime, particularly into the exotic life of the Moscow élite, where beautiful women, diplomats and spies mingled at parties, and sex was used as a method of recruiting agents. Compassionate to the sick, defiant to authority, Garri S. Urban courageously insisted on his own way, even in the face of death. He tells his remarkable tale as boldly as he lived it. “A most remarkable man … a most enthralling book” The Observer "Written with the narrative skill of a professional, this book became an international best seller." The Times< Less
Tovarisch, I Am Not Dead By Garri S. Urban
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This is the true and striking story by a Jewish doctor of his struggle for survival when caught in 1939 between the evils of Nazi Germany and Stalin's Russia. After facing death from frontier... More > patrols, a firing squad and torture, Urban arrives at a position of considerable power in Soviet society in a medical post. He risks his life again, fighting epidemics. These fascinating memoirs give a rare glimpse of the Soviet Union in wartime, particularly into the exotic life of the Moscow élite, where beautiful women, diplomats and spies mingled at parties, and sex was used as a method of recruiting agents. Compassionate to the sick, defiant to authority, Garri S. Urban courageously insisted on his own way, even in the face of death. He tells his remarkable tale as boldly as he lived it. “A most remarkable man … a most enthralling book” The Observer "Written with the narrative skill of a professional, this book became an international best seller." The Times< Less
From Hitler's Death Camps to Stalin's Gulags By Alfred Seiler
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Alfred Seiler is a young man growing up in Vienna when the Nazi horror begins. Rounded up with his family, he faces death daily until a daring escape gets them to the Russian lines. There,... More > incredibly, they are treated not as victims but as the enemy, and are banished to a gulag.< Less

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