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Voices of the Shoah : remembrances of the Holocaust

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Voices of the Shoah : remembrances of the Holocaust
Call No: 940.5318 N91v

Call Number940.5318 N91v
Statement of Responsibility[written by David Notowitz].
Creators & ContributorsNotowitz, David (author)
Gould, Elliott (author)
SummaryAudio documentary of the Holocaust as told by survivors and witnesses. Drawn from more than 180 interviews recorded between 1988 and 1998, the stories gathered her testify to the horrors of the Shoah as well as to the immeasurable strength of the human spirit.
Contentsv. 1. Introduction -- Life before the Shoah -- Anti-Semitism and Hitler's rise to power -- Efforts to escape -- At war -- Life in the ghettos and mass executions of Jews -- Deportation to labor and death camps -- v. 2. Resistance -- Death marches and liberation -- Postwar sickness and recovery: looking for a future -- A new life in America and a survivor's philosophy of war -- Conclusion -- v. 3. Kindertransport: saving the children -- An American-Jewish soldier at the liberation of Dachau -- Two Japanese-American soldiers witness the horrors of Dachau -- An American military rabbi brings hope to newly freed survivors -- v. 4. Inheriting the Shoah: living with the knowledge of evil -- One girl's story: a childhood in hiding -- Epilogue.
Physical Description 4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (99 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm) ; in container 26 x 20 x 3 cm
Carrier Typeaudiodisc
PublisherSanta Monica, CA : Rhino Records
NotesElliott Gould, narrator; David Notowitz produced, directed and wrote this work; Compact discs