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Ernest Levy, the youngest of eight, was born into a strong Orthodox family and achieved his Bar Mitzvah as Nazism reached into Czechoslovakia and expelled Jews of Hungarian origin back across the border. From there his story takes us through the war years, via Auschwitz, to the labor camps,...
Surviving Hitler and Stalin
Skorr, Henrik; Sokolov, Ivan
Henry Skorr shares his extraordinary story of his struggle to survive as a teenager during the Nazi occupation of Poland, his attempts to rescue others, and to maintain humanity in the face of unbelievable evil. He gives a fascinating account of Polish-Jewish life before...
Tales of Hungarian Jewry
Till First Morning Light is an autobiographical novel by a survivor of the Holocaust, the core of which is fact within a novelistic style. The story takes place in three countries - Hungary, Austria and Germany - during the years of Nazi rule. The story depicts...
A Tale of Survival in Slovakia and Hungary, 1939-1945
This autobiography describes the dramatic events in Slovakia and Hungary between 1939 and 1945 seen through the eyes of a Jewish child/teenager, Gerti. The rise of fascism in Slovakia destroyed the peaceful co-existence of the Jews with their Slovak neighbours and...
The Nazi Murder of European Jewry
Warning and Hope is unique in many ways. It is a well of information about the Nazi persecution of the Jews and other minorities, the global consequences of these acts of terror and the mentality of the perpetrators as well as the victims, and...
Lozansky Bogomolnaya, Rivka
A Doctor in the Lodz Ghetto
Described by the book's Polish publisher as a literary take on the author's experience in the Lodz ghetto and the Nazi concentration camps. Arnold Mostowicz, a Polish Jew was a doctor in the Lodz ghetto and intermittently in the camps. He was a witness...