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I Survived The Nazi Invasion 1944 I Survived 9

Author : Lauren Tarshis
ISBN : 9780545633802
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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One of the darkest periods in history...

I Survived The Nazi Invasion 1944

Author : Lauren Tarshis
ISBN : 1743627394
Genre : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
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One of the darkest periods in history... In a Polish ghetto, Max Rosen and his sister Zena struggle to live after their father is taken away by the Nazis. With barely enough food to survive the siblings make a daring escape from Nazi soldiers into the nearby forest. Max and Zena are brought to a safe camp by Jewish resistance fighters. But soon bombs are falling all around them. Can Max and Zena survive the fallout of the Nazi invasion?

I Survived The Battle Of D Day 1944 I Survived 18

Author : Lauren Tarshis
ISBN : 9781338317404
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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This installment in the New York Times bestselling I Survived series from Lauren Tarshis shines a spotlight on the Normandy landings, just in time for the 75th anniversary of D-Day!

The Nazi Invasion 1944

Author : Lauren Tarshis
ISBN : 0545775671
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A young Jewish boy escapes the ghetto and finds a group of resistance fighters in the forests of Poland, and he must determine if he has what it takes to survive the Nazis and fight back.

How I Survived Holocaust In Odessa On The Death Path

Author : Joseph S Vergilis
ISBN : 9781682139219
Genre : History
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Joseph S Vergilis ( И о с и ф Семёнович Вергилис) was born in Odessa, Ukraine, in August, 1934 to an ordinary family. In October, 1941, Odessa was occupied by the German-Romanian forces. As a Jew, Joseph and his family were sent to jail, then the ghetto, and finally to concentration camps. He lost many relatives including his youngest brother in these ordeals. In March, 1944, they were liberated by the Soviet Army and he returned to Odessa with his parents and younger brother. In 1958, Joseph graduated from Odessa Polytechnic University and worked as an Engineer-Designer at different design companies. In 1973, he got his PhD from R&D Institute in Moscow and continued to work at that Institute until immigrating to the United States in 1987. Upon his arrival to the United States, Joseph began working as a Math teacher in public schools and then later as a college professor until he retired in 2005. He was published in Who's Who in the World in the Millennium 2000 edition. Mr. Vergilis lives in New York and has 6 grandchildren.

The Holocaust In The Soviet Union

Author : Yitzhak Arad
ISBN : 9780803222700
Genre : History
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The Holocaust in the Soviet Union is the most complete account to date of the Soviet Jews during the World War II and the Holocaust (1941?45). Reports, records, documents, and research previously unavailable in English enable Yitzhak Arad to trace the Holocaust in the German-occupied territories of the Soviet Union through three separate periods in which German political and military goals in the occupied territories dictated the treatment of the Jews. Arad?s examination of the differences between the Holocaust in the Soviet Union compared to other European nations reveals how Nazi ideological.

The World Reacts To The Holocaust

Author : David S. Wyman
ISBN : 0801849691
Genre : History
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Offers a country-by-country breakdown of the impact the Holocaust had on world history, through politics, economics, and culture, covering twenty-two member states of the United Nations.

We Survived

Author : Eric H. Boehm
ISBN : UOM:39015056958609
Genre : History
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An updated version of the classic 1949 book revisits the fourteen testimonies that made the original a powerful document of the Holocaust. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.

Life Between Memory And Hope

Author : Zeev W. Mankowitz
ISBN : 1139435965
Genre : History
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This is the remarkable story of the 250,000 Holocaust survivors who converged on the American Zone of Occupied Germany from 1945 to 1948. They envisaged themselves as the living bridge between destruction and rebirth, the last remnants of a world destroyed and the active agents of its return to life. Much of what has been written elsewhere looks at the Surviving Remnant through the eyes of others and thus has often failed to disclose the tragic complexity of their lives together with their remarkable political and social achievements. Despite having lost everyone and everything, they got on with their lives, they married, had children and worked for a better future. They did not surrender to the deformities of suffering and managed to preserve their humanity intact. Mankowitz uses largely inaccessible archival material to give a moving and sensitive account of this neglected area in the aftermath of the Holocaust.

Hitler S Bandit Hunters

Author : Philip W. Blood
ISBN : 9781597974455
Genre : History
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In August 1942, Hitler directed all German state institutions to assist Heinrich Himmler, the chief of the SS and the German police, in eradicating armed resistance in the newly occupied territories of Eastern Europe and Russia. The directive for "combating banditry" (Bandenbekämpfung), became the third component of the Nazi regime's three-part strategy for German national security, with genocide (Endlösung der Judenfrage, or "the Final Solution of the Jewish Question") and slave labor (Erfassung, or "Registration of Persons to Hard Labor") being the better-known others. An original and thought-provoking work grounded in extensive research in German archives, Hitler's Bandit Hunters focuses on this counterinsurgency campaign, the anvil of Hitler's crusade for empire. Bandenbekämpfung portrayed insurgents as political and racial bandits, criminalized to a greater degree than enemies of the state; moreover, violence against them was not constrained by the prevailing laws of warfare. Philip Blood explains how German forces embraced the Bandenbekämpfung doctrine, demonstrating the equal culpability of both the SS police forces and the "heroic" Waffen-SS combat arm and shattering the contrived postwar distinctions between them. He challenges the traditional view of Himmler as an armchair general and bureaucrat, exposing him as the driving force behind one of the most successful security campaigns in history, and delves into the contentious issue of the complicity of ordinary German police, soldiers, and citizens, as well as the citizens of occupied territories, in these state-sponsored manhunts. This book provokes new debates on the Nazi terrorization of Europe, the blind acquiescence of many, and the courageous resistance of the few.

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