New York : Little, Brown, 2009
|提及的人：||Thomas Buergenthal; Thomas Buergenthal|
|注意：||"This book does not have the usual publishing history. I wrote it in English, but it was first published in more than half a dozen other languages. ... This book was first published in Germany in 2007"--Acknowledgements.
Translation of: Ein Glückskind. [Frankfurt am Main] : Fischer, 2007.
First English-language edition originally published: [London] : Profile Books, 2009.
|描述：||xvii, 228 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm|
|内容：||From Lubochna to Poland --
The ghetto of Kielce --
The Auschwitz death transport --
Into the Polish Army --
Waiting to be found --
A new beginning --
Life in Germany --
Thomas Buergenthal, now a Judge in the International Court of Justice in The Hague, tells his astonishing experiences as a young boy in his memoir. Arriving at Auschwitz at age 10 after surviving two ghettos and a labor camp, he became separated first from his mother and then his father but managed by his wits and some remarkable strokes of luck to survive on his own. Almost two years after his liberation, Buergenthal was miraculously reunited with his mother and in 1951 arrived in the U.S. to start a new life.
- Buergenthal, Thomas -- Childhood and youth.
- Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
- Jewish children in the Holocaust -- Poland -- Biography.
- Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Personal narratives.
- Holocaust survivors -- United States -- Biography.
- Buergenthal, Thomas.
- Auschwitz -- Konzentrationslager.