Combining harrowing detail and insightful analysis on the Starachowice camps and their role in the Holocaust, Browning’s history is indispensable scholarship and an unforgettable story of survival.
The Last Jew of Treblinka: A MemoirPegasus Books #ad - Why did some live while so many others perished? Tiny children, beautiful girls—in the gas chambers of Treblinka, old men, all were equal. At the extermination camp, ” shaving the heads of victims, and a “dentist, he was forced to work as a “barber, ” pulling gold teeth from corpses. A central cog in the wheel of Adolf Hitler’s Final Solution, the fires of Treblinka were kept burning night and day.
Originally written in yiddish in 1945, without hope or agenda other than to bear witness, Rajchman’s story shows that remembering is sometimes the bravest and most painful act of all. . Elie wiesel calls the last Jew of Treblinka “an important, heart-rending contribution to our search for truth. Poignant and powerful, this memoir provides the only survivors’ record of the horrifying Polish extermination camp.
The Last Jew of Treblinka: A Memoir #ad - From one of the lone survivors of the Treblinka concentration camp comes a devastating memoir of the Holocaust in the tradition of Primo Levi’s Survival in Auschwitz. Chil rajchman was twenty-eight when he arrived at Treblinka in 1942. But he escaped eleven months later and survived to tell the shocking and heartbreaking tale of his experience—and of those who didn’t make it out alive.
Children of Nazis: The Sons and Daughters of Himmler, Göring, Höss, Mengele, and Others- Living with a Father's Monstrous LegacyArcade #ad - Although innocent and unaware of what was happening at the time, they eventually discovered the extent of their father’s occupations: These men—their fathers who were capable of loving their children and receiving love in return—were leaders of the Third Reich, and would later be convicted as monstrous war criminals.
For these children, the end of opulence, the German defeat was an earth-shattering source of family rupture, and the jarring discovery of Hitler’s atrocities. In this enlightening book, worship, Tania Crasnianski examines the responsibility of eight descendants of Nazi notables, caught somewhere between stigmatization, and amnesia.
In 1940, bormann, five, göring, or ten years old, speer, frank, surrounded by affectionate, and Mengele were children of privilege at four, the German sons and daughters of great Nazi dignitaries Himmler, Hess, all-powerful parents. Some condemned their fathers; others worshipped them unconditionally to the end.
Children of Nazis: The Sons and Daughters of Himmler, Göring, Höss, Mengele, and Others- Living with a Father's Monstrous Legacy #ad - . By tracing the unique experiences of these children, she probes at the relationship between them and their fathers and examines the idea of how responsibility for the fault is continually borne by the descendants. How did the offspring of these leaders deal with the aftermath of the war and the skeletons that would haunt them forever? Some chose to disown their past.
Others did not.
Our Crime Was Being Jewish: Hundreds of Holocaust Survivors Tell Their StoriesSkyhorse #ad - Pitch, who worked with sources such as the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to get survivors’ stories compiled together and to supplement them with images from the war. J. These memories must be told and held onto so what happened is documented; so the lives of those who perished are not forgottenso history does not repeat itself.
Skyhorse publishing, autobiographies, sports Publishing, Good Books, and Yucca imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of biographies, along with our Arcade, and memoirs. Simpson. In the shouted words of a woman bound for auschwitz to a man about to escape from a cattle car, If you get out, maybe you can tell the story! Who else will tell it?”Our Crime Was Being Jewish contains 576 vivid memories of 358 Holocaust survivors.
These are the true, insider stories of victims, told in their own words. We have also published survivor stories of World War II, memoirs about overcoming adversity, first-hand tales of adventure, and much more. It was compiled by award-winning author Anthony S. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
Our Crime Was Being Jewish: Hundreds of Holocaust Survivors Tell Their Stories #ad - Our list includes biographies on well-known historical figures like Benjamin Franklin, and Alexander Graham Bell, John Wayne Gacy, as well as villains from history, Nelson Mandela, such as Heinrich Himmler, and O. The recollections are from the start of the warthe home invasions, the Gestapo busts, and the ghettosas well as the daily hell of the concentration camps and what actually happened inside.
My Dear Ones: One Family and the Final SolutionWilliam Collins #ad - Moving – at times almost unbearably so – and fascinating’ Antonia FraserA family’s story of human tenacity, faith and a race for survival in the face of unspeakable horror and cruelty perpetrated by the Nazi regime against the Jewish people. Growing up in the safety of britain, Jonathan Wittenberg was deeply aware of his legacy as the child of refugees from Nazi Germany.
They eventually draw him into a profound and challenging quest to uncover the painful details of his father’s family’s history. Through the wartime correspondence of his great-grandmother regina and his grandmother, aunts and uncles, telling the moving story of a family whose lives are as fragile as the paper on which they write, Jonathan weaves together the strands of an ancient rabbinical family with the history of Europe during the Second World War and the unfolding policies of the Nazis, but whose faith in God remains steadfast.
My Dear Ones: One Family and the Final Solution #ad - Inside an old suitcase abandoned on the balcony they discover a linen bag containing a bundle of letters left untouched for decades. Yet, like so many others there is much he failed to ask while those who could have answered his questions were still alive. After burying their aunt steffi in the ancient jewish cemetery on the Mount of Olives, Jonathan, now a rabbi, accompanies his cousin Michal as she begins to clear the flat in Jerusalem where the family have lived since fleeing Germany in the 1930s.
Jonathan’s attention is immediately captivated as he tries to decipher the faded writing on the long-forgotten letters.
Ravensbruck: Life and Death in Hitler's Concentration Camp for WomenAnchor #ad - With rare clarity, it reminds us of the capacity of humankind both for bestial cruelty and for courage against all odds. A masterly and moving account of the most horrific hidden atrocity of world war ii: ravensbrück, the only Nazi concentration camp built for women On a sunny morning in May 1939 a phalanx of 867 women—housewives, opera singers, prostitutes—was marched through the woods fifty miles north of Berlin, politicians, doctors, driven on past a shining lake, then herded in through giant gates.
By the end of the war 130, and gemma la guardia gluck, general de gaulle’s niece, 000 women from more than twenty different European countries had been imprisoned there; among the prominent names were Geneviève de Gaulle, sister of the wartime mayor of New York. Only a small number of these women were jewish; ravensbrück was largely a place for the Nazis to eliminate other inferior beings—social outcasts, the disabled, foreign resisters, political enemies, Gypsies, the sick, and the “mad.
Over six years the prisoners endured beatings, torture, starvation, slave labor, and random execution. Whipping and kicking them were scores of German women guards. Chilling, inspiring, and deeply unsettling, Ravensbrück is a groundbreaking work of historical investigation. Estimates of the final death toll by April 1945 have ranged from 30, 000 to 90, 000
Ravensbruck: Life and Death in Hitler's Concentration Camp for Women #ad - For decades the story of Ravensbrück was hidden behind the Iron Curtain, and today it is still little known. Using testimony unearthed since the end of the cold War and interviews with survivors who have never talked before, Sarah Helm has ventured into the heart of the camp, demonstrating for the reader in riveting detail how easily and quickly the unthinkable horror evolved.
Maybe You Will Survive: A Holocaust MemoirLume Books #ad - The remarkable autobiography of a Holocaust escapee“Go on, my son. Vivid, compelling and frequently harrowing, Maybe You Will Survive is essential reading for anyone with an interest in the human condition. Marking seventy-five years since the end of the Holocaust and Aron’s liberation, this edition includes a foreword his from sons, Morris & Ira.
Aron goldfarb 1924-2012 was a Polish businessman and survivor of the Holocaust. Previously employed as an editorial artist by the New York Times, his books include The Haven, The Thief of Kalimar and Forest Wars. Maybe you will survive…”aron goldfarb was fifteen years old when he was ripped from his bed in Poland and forced to enter a Jewish work camp.
In this moving testament to the strength of human endurance and the power of relationships, co-written with acclaimed author Graham Diamond, Goldfarb tells his unbelievable true tale at long last. Graham diamond is a British-American writer. Overcoming unbelievable odds, he escaped a Nazi camp before starting a multimillion-dollar fashion design company, G-III Apparel.
Maybe You Will Survive: A Holocaust Memoir #ad - He is survived by his wife, Ester, two sons and five grandchildren. Watching helplessly as nazis murdered his friends and family, Abe, he and his brother, made their courageous escape after hearing rumours of fellow prisoners being executed in gas chambers. With astonishing bravery and an unshakeable will to survive, the brothers hid together in underground holes on an estate controlled by the Gestapo.
The Brothers of Auschwitz: A heartbreaking and unforgettable historical novel based on an untold true storyOne More Chapter #ad - The nazis storm the homes of the Jewish villagers and inform them they have one hour. I stroked his cheek, it’s really you…dov and Yitzhak live in a small village in the mountains of Hungary, whispered, isolated both from the world and from the horrors of the war. But one day in 1944, everything changes.
My brother’s tears left a delicate, clean line on his face. And nothing less’ aliza ziegler, haaretz newspaper‘this is a book we are not allowed not to read’ Leah Roditi, without beautifying, Editor-in-Chief at Proza Books, without leaving any room to imagination’ Yehudith Rotem, Yedioth Ahronoth Publishing House‘Great courage is needed to write as Adler does – without softening, At Magazine .
The Brothers of Auschwitz: A heartbreaking and unforgettable historical novel based on an untold true story #ad - One hour before the train will take them to Auschwitz. Six decades later, from the safety of their living rooms at home in Israel, the brothers finally break their silence to a friend who will never let their stories be forgotten. Malka adler’s extraordinary novel of a family separated by the Holocaust and their harrowing journey back to each other is based on interviews with the brothers she grew up with by the Sea of Galilee.
When they decided to tell their story, she was the only one they would talk to. Narrated in a poetic style reminiscent of margaret atwood, The Librarian of Auschwitz, this is a visceral yet essential read for those who have found strength, in books like The Choice, solace and above all, hope, and The Tattooist of Auschwitz.
Praise for the brothers of auschwitz‘i sat down and read this within a few hours, read in order to know … It is harsh, my wife is now reading it and it is bringing tears to her eyes’ Amazon reviewer‘The story is so incredible and the author writes so beautifully that it is impossible to stay indifferent’ Amazon reviewer‘It is a book we all must read, enthralling, earth-shattering, rattling – but we must.
The Railway Man: A POW's Searing Account of War, Brutality and Forgiveness Movie Tie-in EditionsW. W. Norton & Company #ad - Through letters and meeting with his former torturer, Lomax bravely moved beyond bitterness drawing on an extraordinary will to extend forgiveness. Now a major motion picture starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman. After the radio he illicitly helped to build in order to follow war news was discovered, he was subjected to two years of starvation and torture.
Fifty years after returning home from the war, marrying, and gaining the strength from his wife Patti to fight his demons, he learned the interpreter was alive. He would never forget the interpreter at these brutal sessions. Winner of the pen/ackerley prizethe railway Man is a remarkable memoir of forgiveness—a tremendous testament to the courage that propels one toward remembrance, and finally, peace with the past.
The Railway Man: A POW's Searing Account of War, Brutality and Forgiveness Movie Tie-in Editions #ad - Eric lomax, sent to malaya in world war II, was taken prisoner by the Japanese and put to punishing work on the notorious Burma-Siam railway.
Rather Die Fighting: A Memoir of World War IIArcade #ad - In 1942, the killings began in Poland. This is a harrowing, utterly moving memoir of a young Polish Jew who chose not to go quietly and defied the mighty German war machine during World War II. Together they formed a partisan force dedicated to fighting the Germans. With his family and friends decimated by the roundups, Blaichman decided that he would rather die fighting; he set off for the forest to find the underground bunkers of Jews who had already escaped.
Frank blaichman was sixteen years old when the war broke out.
A Train in Winter: An Extraordinary Story of Women, Friendship, and Resistance in Occupied France The Resistance Quartet Book 1Harper #ad - Caroline moorehead, and laura hillenbrand’s unbroken will find an essential addition to our retelling of the history of World War II—a riveting, and the author of Dancing to the Precipice and Human Cargo, brings to life an extraordinary story that readers of Mitchell Zuckoff’s Lost in Shangri-La, Erik Larson’s In the Garden of Beasts, human rights journalist, a distinguished biographer, rediscovered story of courageous women who sacrificed everything to combat the march of evil across the world.
This is their story, survival, courage, defiance, told in full for the first time—a searing and unforgettable chronicle of terror, and the power of friendship. In january 1943, 230 women of the french Resistance were sent to the death camps by the Nazis who had invaded and occupied their country.