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Tikkun Megillat Hashoah By Marc Michaels
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Authorised by the Schechter Institute and the Rabbinic Assembly, this is the new Tikkun (copyist's guide) for the Megillat Hashoah (Holocaust scroll). It contains the full unpointed text in full... More > colour hand-written STaM. It supplies explanations of the visual midrashim and information about how the scroll came to be written and the importance of this new piece of liturgy. For use by scribes and readers and for Jewish institutions and places of learning. Packed with full colour photographs. (Please note that the Lulu low resolution preview will show backwards as this is a right to left book and click on the back cover to see the front!) 10% of the proceeds from sale after print and distribution will be given to ts'dakah (charity).< Less
Episodes from Auschwitz - Witold’s Report By Michał Gałek et al.
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The next in the series of historical comics about Auschwitz is dedicated to the story of Witold Pilecki – soldier of the Polish Army during the Polish-Soviet War in 1920 and September 1939... More > invasion of Poland, he fought in the Polish resistance, the AK (Home Army), and as its member, he volunteered for Auschwitz. After the war, the Communist regime considered him a traitor of the Polish People. He was murdered in the prison of the Ministry of Public Security of Poland in Mokotów, Warsaw. Pilecki’s story is centered around his interrogation in the dungeons of the state secret police. The comic presents the details of Pilecki’s arrival in Auschwitz, his escape, and plans considered by the AK to attack the camp to free prisoners. A historical reconstruction. In co-operation with The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum.< Less
Episodes from Auschwitz - Love In the Shadow of Death By Michał Gałek et al.
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Love in the Shadow of Death is the story of two prisoners from the Auschwitz Death Camp – Mala Zimetbaum, a Jewish woman, and Edward Galiński, a Polish man. Mala, thanks to her knowledge... More > of several languages and engaging personality, was made a messenger (Läuferin) in the women’s camp. Edek – prisoner of Auschwitz, brought in the first transport of Polish political prisoners – after his stay in the main camp, was transferred to the maintenance work unit in Auschwitz II-Birkenau. This comic tells the story of the love that these two individuals develop for one another, their unsuccessful escape, and their tragic death in the camp. This comic shows, in a non stereotypical way, the complicated relationship between prisoners, the functionary prisoners, and the members of the SS guard garrison within Auschwitz. A historical reconstruction. In co-operation with The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum.< Less
Episodes from Auschwitz - Sacrifice By Michał Gałek et al.
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This is the story of Maximillian Kolbe, Franciscan Monk from Niepokalanów, the Saint from Auschwitz. The story centers on Father Kolbe’s incarceration in the concentration camp. In... More > addition to his story within the camp, the comic also shows the main events in the life of Father Kolbe, his missionary work, his innovative use of modern media as an evangelical tool, and his sacrifice in the name of Christianity. The authors have not omitted the lesser known and often overlooked aspects of the Saint’s biography, such as attitude towards Masons and Jews in the interwar period. The central point of the story is the clash of attitudes and views of people in the inhuman reality of Auschwitz. A historical reconstruction. In co-operation with the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum.< Less
Episodes from Auschwitz - Bearers of Secrets By Michał Gałek et al.
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This is the story of prisoners, forced by the SS to cremate the bodies of people murdered in the gas chambers of Auschwitz. Very few of these prisoners saw the end of the War. Most were killed at the... More > hands of the SS, because they were eyewitnesses to the mass extermination of Jews. Presented here are these prisoners' lives, their unimaginable suffering and the grim choices they had to make, as well as the brutality and cynicism of the murderers who wore SS uniforms. The story covers several events that led to the Sonderkommando uprising in the autumn of 1944. This work historically reconstructs these events and the sites where they took place. A historical reconstruction. In co-operation with The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum.< Less
DEAD LOOP By Moris Bronshteyn
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Interviews with survivors of Holocaust in concentration camps and ghettos in Ukraine for Steven Spielberg's survivors of the Shoah Foundation
The Horror of My Thoughts By Nat Crosby
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The Horror of My Thoughts -A visit to Auschwitz and Birkenau- by Nat Crosby and published by Winnisimmet Press. Using photo illustrations, poetry, and history, Nat Crosby presents his reactions to... More > visiting Auschwitz. Nat’s short descriptions show the rise and fall of the most notorious Nazi death camp of the Holocaust. The photo illustrations show the graphic nature of the museum dedicated to preventing the Shoah from ever being forgotten. Like black and white, his poetry expresses the divide between the reality of the death camp and the physicality of the place. The poetry is a call to discover for oneself what should not be discovered. The history and illustrations are a reminder of the horrors that should never forgotten.< Less
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So You Can Tell By Faiga Burman & Simon Wajcer
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… I am seventeen years old, huddling with my sister and her seven year old daughter, my niece Felunia, beside the rail road tracks at Maydanek. We have barely crawled out of the fetid cattle... More > car that has brought us here from the Umschlagplatz and now my sister is pushing me away, crying, begging me to leave them, to line up in the last labor unit being formed from our transport. To live while they died. Through her tears she is saying, “Do whatever you can to survive, so you can tell.” … Faiga Burman was 13 years old when the first bombs fell. She was the only one of her family to survive the bombing of Warsaw, the Warsaw Ghetto and the death camps of Maydanek and Auschwitz. When liberated from the death march she was an emaciated 19 year old. ‘So You Can Tell’ is her testament. Only a handful of people in this world have survived such cruelty and evil and were able to witness it. This is the story of a young girl in the middle of twentieth century Europe, in the vortex of history.< Less
So You Can Tell By Faiga Burman & Simon Wajcer
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… I am seventeen years old, huddling with my sister and her seven year old daughter, my niece Felunia, beside the rail road tracks at Maydanek. We have barely crawled out of the fetid cattle... More > car that has brought us here from the Umschlagplatz and now my sister is pushing me away, crying, begging me to leave them, to line up in the last labor unit being formed from our transport. To live while they died. Through her tears she is saying, “Do whatever you can to survive, so you can tell.” … Faiga Burman was 13 years old when the first bombs fell. She was the only one of her family to survive the bombing of Warsaw, the Warsaw Ghetto and the death camps of Maydanek and Auschwitz. When liberated from the death march she was an emaciated 19 year old. ‘So You Can Tell’ is her testament. Only a handful of people in this world have survived such cruelty and evil and were able to witness it. This is the story of a young girl in the middle of twentieth century Europe, in the vortex of history.< Less

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