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The Holocaust : a history of courage and resistance

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The Holocaust : a history of courage and resistance
Call No: YA 940.5318 S77h

Call NumberYA 940.5318 S77h
Dates1974; ©1973
Statement of Responsibilityby Bea Stadtler ; edited by Morrison David Bial ; illustrated by David Stone Martin.
Creators & ContributorsStadtler, Bea (author)
Bial, Morrison David (editor)
Martin, David Stone (illustrator)
SummaryDescribes the experiences of Jews in Germany and other European countries during the twelve years of the Third Reich when more than six million of their number were systematically destroyed.
ContentsPreface / Yehuda Bauer
  1. Before the Beginning
  2. Night of the Broken Glass
  3. The Right to Live 
  4. The Yellow Badge
  5. The Judenrat Government
  6. The Rabbi Leaders 
  7. The Warsaw Ghetto
  8. The Boy Who Fought Back: Mordechai Anielewicz
  9. A Leader in the Underground
  10. Father of Orphans: Janusz Korczak 
  11. The Doctor Warriors
  12. Women Fighters
  13. The Underground Press
  14. A "Model" Concentration Camp: Theresienstadt
  15. Passover in a Concentration Camp
  16. Danish Rescue
  17. The Righteous Gentiles: Joop Westerwill
  18. The Lady with the Stamps 
  19. Rescue from the Sky
  20. Youth Aliyah and Aliyah Bet
  21. Hunted and Hunters 
  22. A Unique World Court: The Nuremberg Trial
Physical Description xii, 210 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherNew York : Behrman House, Inc.
  • Edition for 1973 published under title: The Test
  • Bibliography: pages 205–207
RecognitionGifted in 1995 by Sarah Rozenberg-Warm