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Thu Oct 16 18:01:14 2014 UTClccn-n831950040.00Prelude to doom /0.401.00Das Tagebuch des Adam Czerniakow im Warschauer Getto 1939 - 194271410995Adam_Czerniakówn 831950041008961Czerniakow, Adam.Ṣ'erniyʼaqŵb, ʼAdam.צ׳רניאקוב, אדם 1880־1942צ'רניאקוב, אדם 1880-1942lccn-n83125075Hilberg, Raul1926-2007auiedtlccn-n78024186Staron, Stanislawauiedtlccn-n82156960Kermish, Josephedtlccn-n83154830Rumkowski, Mordecai Ḥayimlccn-n2002059114Gens, Jacob1903-1943lccn-no2003072128Tushnet, Leonardlccn-n78081266Fuks, Marianauiedtlccn-n83033960Szurek, Jean-Charles(1947- ...).trllccn-nr97037608Burko, Jacquestrlviaf-223107633Elster, Maria(1933-1992)trlCzerniaków, Adam1880-1942DiariesPersonal narrativesHistoryPersonal narratives‡vJewishBiographyHolocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)Czerniaków, Adam,Poland--WarsawJews--PersecutionsEthnic relationsJewsPolandRumkowski, Mordecai ḤayimOccupation of Poland (1939-1945)Gens, Jacob,World War (1939-1945)Jews--Intellectual lifeKorczak, Janusz,Dziennik getta warszawskiego (Czerniaków, Adam)Jewish ghettosJewish councilsHolocaust, JewishHolocaust survivorsForced laborVideo tapesPoland--ŁódźJews--Politics and governmentWomenWilczyńska, Stefania,Poland--Radom (Województwo Mazowieckie)Psychological aspectsPoland--GrodziskoZuckerman, Yitzhak,American Jewish Joint Distribution CommitteeUprising (Warsaw, Poland : 1944)Berman, Adolf Abraham,Ringelblum, Emanuel,Fathers and daughtersPoland--KozieniceAtrocitiesSkarżysko-Kamienna (Concentration camp)Edelman, Marek,Underground movements, WarAnielewicz, Mordecai,Warsaw Ghetto Uprising (Warsaw, Poland : 1943)Ziemian, JosephEscapesPoland--KielceFamiliesOrphanagesJews--CharitiesAmerican Jewish CommitteeJews--Societies, etcManners and customsPoland--Koprzywnica188019421920194019431968197019721975197819791982198319841986198919921994199519961999200320052008200920102012201321123495943.84DS135.P62657ocn708336280book19960.66Czerniaków, AdamCarnets du ghetto de Varsovie 6 septembre 1939-23 juillet 1942216ocn230831757book19860.39Czerniaków, AdamIm Warschauer Getto : das Tagebuch des Adam Czerniaków, 1939-1942Personal narratives1914ocn076250466book19790.30Czerniaków, AdamThe Warsaw diary of Adam Czerniakow : prelude to doomHistoryBiographyDiariesPersonal narrativesContains primary source material+-+2587811106144ocn800007518book19890.47Czerniaków, AdamDiario : (1939-1942) : il dramma del ghetto di Varsavia113ocn461817022book19830.88Czerniaków, AdamAdama Czerniakowa Dziennik getta warszawskiego : 6. IX. 1939-23. VII. 1942HistoryDiariesPersonal narratives Jewish53ocn000927251book19720.96Czerniaków, AdamDziennik getta warszawskiego : 6. IX. 1939-23. VII. 1942BiographyPersonal narratives51ocn851730273book1982Czerniaków, AdamPrelude to doom22ocn884636069book19680.22Czerniaków, AdamYôman gêṭṭô Waršâ : 6. 9. 1939-23. 7. 194222ocn843495505book20121.00Czerniaków, AdamDas Tagebuch des Adam Czerniakow im Warschauer Getto 1939 - 1942Personal narrativesPersonal narratives Jewish22ocn233674607book19860.47Czerniaków, AdamIm Warschauer Getto : das Tagebuch des Adam Czerniakow21ocn031499008book19920.47Czerniaków, AdamLe journal du ghetto de Varsovie : fragments, 6 septembre 1939-23 juillet 194221ocn874879547book19680.10<>Inkl. facsimile af dagbogen21ocn749981773book0.47Czerniaków, AdamSilniki wybuchowe22ocn247961318book19680.47Czerniaków, AdamWarsaw ghetto diary : 6.9.1939 - 23.7.194221ocn233456932book19700.90Czerniaków, AdamYoman geṭo Ṿarsha : 6.9.1939-23.7.1942HistoryDiariesPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives Jewish11ocn840288101book19200.47Czerniaków, AdamSzkody wojenne w budynkach12ocn164682351book19790.10Czerniaków, AdamThe Warsaw diary of Adam Czerniakow (Dziennik getta warszawskiego, engl.) Prelude to Doom11ocn864137838book1940Wezwanie do Rzemieślników Żydów m. Warszawy. [Inc.: W związku z zarządzeniem Władz Niemieckich w sprawie zorganizowania Związku Rzemieślników Żydów, Przewodniczący Rady Żydowskiej przy Gminie Wyznaniowej Żydowskiej w Warszawie wzywa niniejszym wszystkich rzemieślnikow Żydów, grupujących się w dotychczas istniejących cechach, oraz rzemieślników , wykonujących samoistne rzemiosło na terenie Warszawy, a należących wedle ustawy przemysłowej do Izby Rzemieślniczej w Warszawie, by stawili sie osobiście do rejestracji...]11ocn611646364visu20050.47Shvart︠s︡, IsaakYellow stars Gelbe Sterne : Purimspiel in a ghetto : Konzert für Orchester in sieben Teilen : in memory of the Holocaust victims11ocn804018833book19680.47Czerniaków, AdamYŵman geyṭŵ Wʼaršʼa 6.9.1939 - 23.7.194212205ocn003913266book19780.30Czerniaków, AdamThe Warsaw diary of Adam Czerniakow : prelude to doomHistoryBiographyDiariesPersonal narrativesContains primary source material+-+25878111064022ocn000782800book19720.37Tushnet, LeonardThe pavement of hellHistoryBiographyDotyczy Żydów w Polsce w czasie II wojny światowej653ocn010506160book19830.88Czerniaków, AdamAdama Czerniakowa Dziennik getta warszawskiego : 6. IX. 1939-23. VII. 1942HistoryDiariesPersonal narratives Jewish583ocn857143653file20080.66Jewish life in Nazi-occupied WarsawHistory+-+0538669546324586ocn019158264book19680.90Czerniaków, AdamYoman geṭo Ṿarsha : 6.9.1939-23.7.1942HistoryDiariesPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives Jewish502ocn023069638book19860.39Czerniaków, AdamIm Warschauer Getto : das Tagebuch des Adam Czerniaków, 1939-1942Personal narratives402ocn006397910book19790.90Zimand, Roman"W nocy od 12 do 5 rano nie spałem" : "Dziennik" Adama Czerniakowa--próba lekturyHistoryDiariesPersonal narratives Jewish253ocn441455145book20090.88Urynowicz, MarcinAdam Czerniaków 1880-1942 : prezes getta warszawskiegoBiography141ocn036075497book19960.66Czerniaków, AdamCarnets du ghetto de Varsovie 6 septembre 1939-23 juillet 1942112ocn005400082book19750.77Tushnet, LeonardLes comptables de la mortHistoryBiography11ocn702155431mix19941.00M., HelenaHelena M. Holocaust testimony (HVT-3170)HistoryPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives JewishVideotape testimony of Helena M., who was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1911, the fifth of six children. Ms. M. recalls her large extended and assimilated family's affluence; her father and one brother dying; one sister's emigration to the United States; studying psychology; working in a children's clinic with Adolf Berman; German invasion; ghettoization; working for CENTOS, an agency for orphans, which received funding from the Joint; contacts with Adam Czerniaków; working with Janusz Korczak, Stefania Wilczyńska, and other staff at Korczak's orphanage; deportations beginning in June 1942; observing Korczak accompanying his orphans for deportation; forced labor in a brush factory; providing information to Emanuel Ringelblum for the ghetto archives; meeting Mordecai Anielewicz; escaping with her mother, sister, brother, and his family in March 1943; working for the underground; living under false papers; meetings with Adolf Berman and others in the underground; avoiding exposure with assistance from Joseph Ziemian; assisting other Jews in hiding; moving to Piastów; traveling to Grodzisko as a courier to Yitzhak Zuckerman and Marek Edelman; her mother's death during the 1944 Warsaw Uprising; traveling to Zalesie to join her sister; and providing assistance to hidden Jews in Piastów. Ms. M. provides many details of life in the ghetto and hiding. She discusses Korczak's work and charisma; the loss of most of her family; wanting to survive to "spit on a German," which she did not do when she could have; attributing her survival to luck and having blue eyes; creating an archive in Warsaw for Jewish survivors; and working in children's radio programming11ocn858622406book20131.00Czerniaków, AdamDas Tagebuch des Adam Czerniakow im Warschauer Getto 1939 - 1942Personal narrativesPersonal narratives Jewish11ocn217367007book19720.10Tushnet, LeonardThe pavement of hell : 3 leaders of the JudenratBiography11ocn656426061mix20100.47Waldow, Meghan KerryThe catastrophic position of the Judenrate : self-serving collaborators or honorable martyrs?11ocn032553161book19950.47Landes, Joseph MThe Lodz and Warsaw ghettos : Rumkowski and Czerniakow's role in creating a viable ghetto economy11ocn048430201book19431.00Szyk, ArthurAdam Czerniaków, burgomaster of the Warsaw ghetto11ocn702204178mix19841.00G., SabinaSabina G. Holocaust testimony (HVT-287)Personal narrativesPersonal narratives JewishVideotape testimony of Sabina G., who was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1919. She describes returning to Warsaw from vacation on September 1, 1939; three weeks of merciless German bombing; friends shunning her when the Germans arrived; moving to the ghetto; her close relationship with her father; working in the children's hospital and the feeling of hopelessness at her inability to help the sick and dying children; smuggling herself to relatives in Kozienice where conditions were better; worsening conditions there; efforts to help starving children; and receiving a letter from her father in Warsaw describing the suicide of Adam Czerniaków, the head of the Warsaw ghetto. Mrs. S. recalls digging irrigation canals as a slave laborer in Wulka; deportation to Werk C in Skarżysko-Kamienna; the hanging of a prisoner; evacuation in June 1944 to Częstochowa; liberation by the Russians on January 17, 1945; returning to Kozienice where she met her present husband; moving to Łódź because of a pogrom in Kielce and overt anti-Semitism in Kozienice; and emigration to the United States. She discusses her most vivid memories: saying goodbye to her father; the man hanging in Skarżysko; and the deformed faces of the children in the Warsaw hospital. She explains "these pictures never let me go," and expresses the hope that her children and grandchildren will never know war01ocn122482270mixSegal, SimonHistoryDiariesManuscripts, notes, bibliographies, indexes, clippings, reports, and correspondence relating to international law and other legal topics, Poland in the 1930s and during World War II, and Jews in Poland during the same period (many of the documents were used for the books THE NEW POLAND AND THE JEWS and POLAND AND POLISH JEWS). Also included are minutes of ORT (Organization for Rehabilitation through Training), 1966-1967; photographs of various Jewish figures and cultural organizations; a drawing of Adam Czerniakow by Arthur Szyk; miscellaneous documents; and personal documents, including identity papers, diary, reading notes, and exercise books, 1920s. Correspondents include American Jewish Congress, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Horace Kallen, Stephen Wise, World Union of Jewish Students, and others01ocn122362144mixPokshivnitzer Relief Committee (New York, N.Y.)Minutes, 1944-1958; financial records; correspondence, including with Pokshivnitzer society in Israel and with Chevra Divrei Chaim; and photographs. In addition, a letter from Bernard Baruch, 1948; a print of an Arthur Szyk tribute to Adam Czerniakow of the Warsaw Ghetto Judenrat; and other miscellaneous documents+-+2587811106+-+2587811106Thu Oct 16 15:36:21 EDT 2014batch22715