The memoirs of Jews who were children during the Nazi occupation of PolandThis book serves as a memorial to loved ones who do not even have a grave, as well as a tribute to those who risked their lives and families to save a Jewish child. A wide variety of experiences during the Nazi occupation of Poland are related with wrenching simplicity and candor, experiences that illustrate horrors and depr...
Series: Jewish Lives
Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Northwestern University Press (September 6, 2005)
Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 0.8 x 8.8 inches
Amazon Rank: 4814119
Format: PDF ePub Text djvu ebook
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t also present examples of courage and compassion.These recollections-whether of hiding in forests or camouflaged bunkers, fighting with groups of partisans, enduring the horrors of concentration camps, or living in fear under disguised identities-serve as eloquent testimony to the depth, diversity, and richness of humanity under siege and offer a powerful lesson for future generations. Written by people who remained in Poland after the war, these accounts convey a great immediacy; the authors are not removed from the environment in which these experiences took place. The psychological impact on these child survivors and the difficulties they encountered even after the war are very poignant. The passing years have brought urgency to the publication of these stories, as those who wrote them are the last surviving eyewitnesses of these tumultuous events.