Coming of age in the Holocaust : the last survivors remember
Call Number907.2 G16c
Statement of ResponsibilityMary J. Gallant.
Creators & ContributorsGallant, Mary J.
Summary"Coming of Age in the Holocaust is a narrative analysis of the experiences of Holocaust survivors—eighteen children, adolescents, young women and men who faced grim circumstances posed by Nazi state terrorism and its genocidal social policy. These survivors, in their narratives, describe how they dealt with misunderstanding, terror and abuse. Just over fifty years since the 1933–45 period, we may still find that there is much to learn from those whose social worlds were so terribly rent by racism and wanton violence." —Publisher
- In the Shadow of the Endlosung
- The Children
- The Adolescents
- Young Women
- Young Men
- Reflections; The Challenged Identity Model
Physical Description 323 pages ; 22 cm
PublisherLanham, MD : University Press of America, Inc.
NotesIncludes bibliographical references and index