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The Holocaust : death camps

Author: Tamara L Roleff
Publisher: San Diego, Calif. : Greenhaven Press, ©2002.
Series: History firsthand.
Edition/Format:   book_printbook : English
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Presents twenty-two eyewitness accounts of events in the Nazi death camps, covering arrivals at the camps, work detail, survival and daily life, confrontation of death, the perspectives of Germans, and liberation.
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tamara L Roleff
ISBN: 0737708832 9780737708837 0737708824 9780737708820
OCLC Number: 46685236
Description: 224 pages : map ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction: The Nazi death camps --
ARRIVAL: The train ride to Auschwitz / Rena Kornreich Gelissen --
Old and sick, to the left; healthy to the right / Leo Fettman --
The first day / Sara Tuvel Bernstein --
WORK DETAIL: The intellectual as laborer --
The special work detail / Oscar Berger --
A nurse at Auschwitz / Olga Lengyel --
SURVIVAL AND DAILY LIFE: Roll call / Max Mayr --
Starvation / Livia Bitton-Jackson --
Underground commerce / Samuel Willenberg --
Apathy / Viktor E. Frankl --
CONFRONTING DEATH: Selection / Primo Levi --
Murdering babies / Sara Nomberg-Przytyk --
The twins experiments / Miklos Nyiszli --
A relief when father dies / Elie Wiesel --
THE GERMANS: Auschwitz: the greatest extermination center / Rudolf Hoss --
An eyewitness account to a gassing / Kurt Gerstein --
A sympathic German / Christa M. --
LIBERATION: Rebellion / Thomas Toivi Blatt --
The death march / Jack Eisner --
Liberation day / Lucie Adelsberger --
A war correspondent's story / Edward R. Murrow --
The Germans share collective guilt / Benjamin Bender.
Series Title: History firsthand.
Responsibility: Tamara L. Roleff.

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Presents twenty-two eyewitness accounts of events in the Nazi death camps, covering arrivals at the camps, work detail, survival and daily life, confrontation of death, the perspectives of Germans, and liberation.

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