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The Jewish women prisoners of Ravensbrück : who were they?

Autor: Judith Buber Agassi
Editora: Oxford : Oneworld, 2007.
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"This is the story of a nearly forgotten chapter of the Holocaust - of over 16,000 Jewish women, girls and children, their origins, itineraries and fates, who suffered in the horrendous Nazi concentration camp for women, Ravensbruck. As a historian, Judith Buber Agassi was struck by the changing conditions, countries of origin, and fates of these women during 5 distinct periods during the 6 years of the camp's  Ler mais...
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Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
Buber Agassi, Judith.
Jewish women prisoners of Ravensbrück.
Oxford : Oneworld, 2007
(OCoLC)741711170
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Judith Buber Agassi
ISBN: 1851684700 9781851684700
Número OCLC: 70264597
Descrição: xvi, 334 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 24 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Detalhes: System requirements for accompanying CD-ROM: Macintosh; System 8.1 or better; or IBM-compatible PC with Pentium II or Power PC with Windows 95 or better ; Adobe Acrobat Reader required.
Conteúdos: The origin of the project : my personal interest in Ravensbrtick Is true historical reconstruction possible? The Jewish prisoners of Ravensbruck : who were they? The first period The second period - from Bernburg to Auschwitz The third period - the special groups The fourth period - August 1944 to end of 1944 : the floodgates open The fifth period - the last stage Summing-up the place of Ravensbruck in the Holocaust of Jewish women Social ties and moral survival Diagrams Literature concerning the Jewish prisoners of Ravensbruck Lists of interviews Appendix
Responsabilidade: Judith Buber Agassi.

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In May 1939, the Ravensbruck labour camp for women was founded in Germany. The only camp of its kind, Ravensbruck eventually housed over 42,000 women from 23 countries. Presenting research from  Ler mais...

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