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Bialystok to Birkenau : the Holocaust journey of Michel Mielnicki

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Bialystok to Birkenau : the Holocaust journey of Michel Mielnicki
Call No: 940.5315 M96b

Call Number940.5315 M96b
Dates[2000]; ©2000
Statement of Responsibilityas told to John Munro ; introduction by Sir Martin Gilbert.
Creators & ContributorsMielnicki, Michel (author)
Munro, John A. (author)
Gilbert, Martin (contributor)
Mielnicki, Michel (subject)
Summary"This is a story, not only of survival, but of the lives, qualities, enthusiasm and Jewish hearts that were destroyed in the twentieth century... As we follow Michel from place to place, from Wasilkow to Bialystok, from Bialystok to Pruzany, from Pruzany to Birkenau, and then on to Buna, Mittelbau-Dora and Belsen, one is in the presence of great evil, and great courage." —Sir Martin Gilbert, Back cover
ContentsIntroduction / Sir Martin Gilbert
  1. My father's son
  2. Days of bliss and horror
  3. Freedom through work
  4. Survivor
Epilogue and afterword / John Munro
Physical Description 247 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 23 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherVancouver, BC : Ronsdale Press & Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre
NotesIncludes index