I Survived The Nazi Invasion 1944

Author: Lauren Tarshis
ISBN: 9781424257294
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In a Jewish 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?

The Nazi Invasion 1944

Author: Lauren Tarshis
ISBN: 9780545775670
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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.

I Survived The Battle Of D Day 1944 I Survived 18

Author: Lauren Tarshis
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
ISBN: 1338317407
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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 Holocaust In The Soviet Union

Author: Yitzhak Arad
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 080322270X
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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
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801849695
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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
Publisher: Basic Books
Size: 21.51 MB
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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.

How I Survived Holocaust In Odessa On The Death Path

Author: Joseph S Vergilis
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1682139212
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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.

I Survived Rumbuli

Author: Frida Mikhelʹson
Publisher: Unites States Holocaust
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Offers a personal account of the Nazi occupation of Latvia and the Germans' execution of more than thirty thousand Jews in the Rumbuli forest near the city of Riga

Forgotten Survivors

Author: Richard C. Lukas
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Richard Lukas presents the eyewitness accounts of these and other Polish Christians who suffered at the hands of the Germans. They bear witness to unspeakable horrors endured by those who were tortured, forced into slavery, shipped off to concentration camps, and even subjected to medical experiments. Their stories provide a somber reminder that non-Jewish Poles were just as likely as Jews to suffer at the hands of the Nazis, who viewed them with nearly equal contempt.