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TREASURES AND PLEASURES By SUSAN SIMPSON GEROE
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A collection of short stories centering on children, grandchildren and family, travel, life in Romania and Hungary, experiences during the Holocaust and the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, communism,... More > the world, and modern life in America seen through the lenses of a second generation survivor.< Less
Recounting Memory By Mara Jevera Fulmer
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Full title - Recounting Memory: Flint-Area Holocaust Survivors & Youth Dialogue with History. Published to accompany an exhibit of stories and photos of survival in an oral history project that... More > brings together area students and Holocaust survivors. Students and faculty of Mott Community College in Flint, MI collaborated with high school students and staff of Flint’s Jewish Community Services to capture the stories of Flint-area Holocaust survivors who were immigrants from the former USSR. First-hand accounts of survival during World War II were retold by five community members who had lived through this period as young children. Students engaged in the interviews, hearing the stories of survival, hope, and overcoming racial and ethnic persecution, topics that still resonate loudly in today’s world. The educational focus of this project demonstrates the value of partnerships between colleges and local non-profits which can create rich opportunities for learning that can bring the lessens of history to life.< Less
Recounting Memory By Mara Jevera Fulmer
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Full title - Recounting Memory: Flint-Area Holocaust Survivors & Youth Dialogue with History. Published to accompany an exhibit of stories and photos of survival in an oral history project that... More > brings together area students and Holocaust survivors. Students and faculty of Mott Community College in Flint, MI collaborated with high school students and staff of Flint’s Jewish Community Services to capture the stories of Flint-area Holocaust survivors who were immigrants from the former USSR. First-hand accounts of survival during World War II were retold by five community members who had lived through this period as young children. Students engaged in the interviews, hearing the stories of survival, hope, and overcoming racial and ethnic persecution, topics that still resonate loudly in today’s world. The educational focus of this project demonstrates the value of partnerships between colleges and local non-profits which can create rich opportunities for learning that can bring the lessens of history to life.< Less
Polly Mae By Julie Hodgson
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Polly Mae, a red headed mischievous 11 year old Scottish girl from Portsoy finds treasured items from the past and opens up a mystery. A family's story, from the thousands of stories that came about... More > during the terrible times had by millions of Holocaust victims and survivors. How does Polly Mae cope What does she find Can she solve the mystery with the clues she finds Who has the initials IK Dare to travel with Polly Mae and find out what the treasure was and why it was so important to go on such a long journey.< Less
Polly Mae By Julie Hodgson
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Polly Mae, a red headed mischievous 11 year old Scottish girl from Portsoy finds treasured items from the past and opens up a mystery. A family's story, from the thousands of stories that came about... More > during the terrible times had by millions of Holocaust victims and survivors. How does Polly Mae cope? What does she find? Can she solve the mystery with the clues she finds? Who has the initials IK? Dare to travel with Polly Mae and find out what the treasure was and why it was so important to go on such a long journey.< Less
Renate: The Jewish Child Who Escaped Nazi Germany By Lise Marlowe
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Eight year old Renate tried to escape Nazi Germany when she boarded the S.S. St. Louis with her mother on May 13, 1939. The St. Louis had 938 Jewish passengers including 200 children, many of them... More > under the age of 10. Every passenger on the ship had a legal landing certificate to Cuba but were turned away when they arrived. The captain of the ship pleaded with the United States to take in the Jewish passengers but were told to return to Nazi Germany. The voyage of the St. Louis is one of the most tragic events in human history. Renate: A Jewish child who escaped Nazi Germany is the story of one of the few survivors of the St. Louis.< Less
Leaves of Night: A Memoir By Claude Zenatti
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This Jewish teenager was on the run during WWII. Céline helped him and his family escape Paris and started him on his journey. Here in Part II he recounts his story and gives homage to the... More > people who helped him survive the terrible war years--his Righteous Among the Nations.< Less
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