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Braune Schatten überm Sund : Schicksale Stralsunder Juden

Author: Eberhard Schiel
Publisher: Kückenshagen : Scheunen, 2001, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : German : 2. AuflView all editions and formats
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Traces the Nazi persecution of Jews in the Holocaust through an account of the fate of several Jewish residents of Stralsund, Germany. Relates the case of Edith Gerson (daughter of a Jewish father and a Christian mother), who in 1935 was not allowed to marry an Aryan and later committed suicide. One of her brothers was deported in 1940 to Bełżec; the second, who had converted to Christianity in 1934, was murdered  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eberhard Schiel
ISBN: 3929370883 9783929370881
OCLC Number: 48027681
Description: 239 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Eberhard Schiel.

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Traces the Nazi persecution of Jews in the Holocaust through an account of the fate of several Jewish residents of Stralsund, Germany. Relates the case of Edith Gerson (daughter of a Jewish father and a Christian mother), who in 1935 was not allowed to marry an Aryan and later committed suicide. One of her brothers was deported in 1940 to Bełżec; the second, who had converted to Christianity in 1934, was murdered in Auschwitz. Other Jewish residents were Max Kotljarski, who survived Auschwitz; the physician Martin Cohn, who disappeared in Piaski; Julius Schnauzer, who was shot in a massacre in Bromberg in September 1939; David Mandelbaum, who was a member of the resistance in the Warsaw ghetto and survived the Holocaust. Pp. 220-239 include testimonies by former residents of Stralsund (mostly non-Jews) on events in the Nazi period.

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