A requiem for two families
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A requiem for two families
Call No: 940.5315 J92r

Call Number940.5315 J92r
Dates1990; ©1990
Statement of Responsibilityby Noemi Judkowski.
Creators & ContributorsJudkowski, N. (creator)
Komar, Leon (translator)
Judkowski, N. (subject)
Komar, Leon (subject)
SummaryNoemi Judkowski's memoirs of the Warsaw Ghetto and the Majdanek and Auschwitz concentration camps. Leon Komar writes, "After studying at the Polytechnic in Warsaw and gaining practical experience designing and building bunkers in the Ghetto, Noemi became a very successful architect. With work in her own kibbutz of Lohamei Hagetaot and elsewhere, she had very little time for writing. Finally, realizing that her memoirs may have historical and educational merit, she consented, and this book was born. The book also reproduces a number of the author's sketches of scenes from Majdanek and Auschwitz. These are from a series of drawings she made some years ago, and which have been exhibited in the Museum of the Lohamei Hagetaot kibbutz." Preface, page 5
ContentsPart I
  • Israel in the Fifties
  • Biography of Leon Komar
  • Memoirs Told to the Doctor
  • The Occupation
  • Iza
  • In England
  • 1942–43: Between the Resettlement and the Uprising
  • The Uprising
  • Majdanek
Part II : Auschwitz and After
  • With Us in Auschwitz
  • The Elite
  • Bauleitung
  • Last Act of Tragedy
  • Escapes
  • Goodbye to Birkenau
  • Death March1945
  • Return to Warsaw
The Author's Family Album
Physical Description 123 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish, Translated from the Hebrew.
PublisherVancouver : Dr. Leon Komar
NotesTranslation of: Reḳṿiʼem li-shete mishpaḥot