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Four Orphans from Poland By Caleb Beidelman
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A book that tells the story of a boy and his sister who are Jews and they live in Poland during Hitler's reign of terror
With Love from Poland By Linda Lee Keenan
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In 1920, Cracow was a prosperous textile town brimming with life. It was the year that the beautiful fair-haired Helena Pawlowski met the brash young Jan Jasinski quite by accident. From that... More > moment on, their lives were intertwined. Their strong bond became the backbone of an underground movement to save their family and friends from capture by the Nazis. September 1939 was the beginning of the Second World War; it hit Poland first and it hit hard. Hitler swiftly set up his General Government in Cracow's beloved Wawel Castle. What ensues is a human drama of adventure and intrigue, peppered with humor, emotion and surprising twists of fate; all against the backdrop of proud Polish culture and tradition.< Less
Volume 3336, Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Poland --- Jews of Bilad el-Sudan By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 3336, Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Poland---Jews of Bilad el-Sudan Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture... More > towards the inhuman scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
One More Miracle: The Memoirs of Morris Sorid By Morris Sorid
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A young Jewish Pole and his wife escape from the ghetto of Pruzany, Poland as the Nazis cleanse the town of Jews. This is their story of survival through the perils of World War II and the Holocaust.
One More Miracle: The Memoirs of Morris Sorid By Morris Sorid
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A young Jewish Pole and his wife escape from the ghetto of Pruzany, Poland as the Nazis cleanse the town of Jews. This is their story of survival through the perils of World War II and the Holocaust.
The Human Spirit An Example By David Krimalowsky
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A true and inspiring story of one couple's escape from Poland during the days of the Nazi invasion in 1939, and their lives in Stalinist Russia until 1945.
The Polish Patriot By Uri Jerzy Nachimson
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A Polish patriot, who renounced his country, which had betrayed him and his people. Jews had lived in Poland for nearly one thousand years and helped shape its culture and industry. His family was... More > well endowed with professionals. His father was a distinguished lawyer who worked for the Ministry of Finance. The war destroyed his world, interrupted his dreams and forced him to deal with new realities. His loyalty and love for the old Poland that he knew so well slowly began to fade when he discovered that his nationalism was based on misconceptions about his Polish “brethren.” The Nazi occupation gave his Polish neighbors a golden opportunity to get rid of the “Dirty Jews” and enabled them to steal their property. Many readily collaborated with the Nazis during the war, and there were even those who killed many survivors after the war. Although he unwillingly renounced his old homeland, nevertheless, he loved its culture and lived as a Pole in his new country until his death at age ninety-three.< Less
The Polish Patriot By Uri Jerzy Nachimson
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A Polish patriot, who renounced his country, which had betrayed him and his people. Jews had lived in Poland for nearly one thousand years and helped shape its culture and industry. His family was... More > well endowed with professionals. His father was a distinguished lawyer who worked for the Ministry of Finance. The war destroyed his world, interrupted his dreams and forced him to deal with new realities. His loyalty and love for the old Poland that he knew so well slowly began to fade when he discovered that his nationalism was based on misconceptions about his Polish “brethren.” The Nazi occupation gave his Polish neighbors a golden opportunity to get rid of the “Dirty Jews” and enabled them to steal their property. Many readily collaborated with the Nazis during the war, and there were even those who killed many survivors after the war. Although he unwillingly renounced his old homeland, nevertheless, he loved its culture and lived as a Pole in his new country until his death at age ninety-three.< Less
The Survivor By Asher Taller
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Asher Taller was born in Dubno, Ukraine in 1924 as a son to a Jewish family. Following the occupation of the Nazi regime at Dubno began a long period of persecutions and contretemps for the Jews.... More > From the large family, remained only the teenager Asher and his both parents. This book brings the life story of Asher including the life in Ghetto Dubno, the murder of the rest of his family, the miraculous survivor of Asher and his parents while hiding in a pit at the forest, the joining to the Red Army, the move to Poland and starting a new life at Israel.< Less
The Survivor By Asher Taller
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Asher Taller was born in Dubno, Ukraine in 1924 as a son to a Jewish family. Following the occupation of the Nazi regime at Dubno began a long period of persecutions and contretemps for the Jews.... More > From the large family, remained only the teenager Asher and his both parents. This book brings the life story of Asher including the life in Ghetto Dubno, the murder of the rest of his family, the miraculous survivor of Asher and his parents while hiding in a pit at the forest, the joining to the Red Army, the move to Poland and starting a new life at Israel.< Less

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