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New lives : survivors of the Holocaust living in America

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New lives : survivors of the Holocaust living in America
Call No: 973.004 R11n

Call Number973.004 R11n
Dates1976; ©1976
Statement of ResponsibilityDorothy Rabinowitz.
Creators & ContributorsRabinowitz, Dorothy (author)
SummaryNew Lives, is a portrait of those of the survivors who came to live in America. Out of its moving narrative, based on the personal stories of more than 100 people interviewed by the author, there emerges the first full scale account of what actually happened, in the days, months, and years after the liberation, to the ordinary Jewish men and women who lived through the imprisonment in the Nazi death camps. What is revealed here as emotions recur in story after story, as insistent themes reverberate-opens up a new perception of those who survived. —Publisher
Contents1. The witnesses
2. 1945
3. Arriving
4. Settling
5. Stella
6. Honor
7. Particular paths
Physical Description viii, 242 pages ; 22 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherNew York : Alfred A. Knopf
DistributorNew York: Random House, Inc.
EditionFirst Edition
RecognitionGifted in 1995 by Sam & Mona Kaplan