I campi della morte in Germania : nel racconto di una sopravvissuta a Birkenau (Book, 2010) [WorldCat.org]
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I campi della morte in Germania : nel racconto di una sopravvissuta a Birkenau

Author: Alberto Cavaliere; Sofia Schafranov
Publisher: Milano : Paoline, 2010.
Series: Uomini e donne, 110.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : ItalianView all editions and formats
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Recounts the experiences of Sofia Kaufmann Schafranov, a Jew who was born in Yalta (Crimea) in 1891, from the time of her deportation from Italy in 1943 through her internment in Auschwitz. Cavaliere (1897-1967) was a friend of hers and a journalist; he conducted an interview with Schafranov when she returned from the camps. In December 1943, she was arrested by the Nazis in the northern Italian town of Sondalo,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Personal narratives
Biographie
Erlebnisbericht
Biography
Récits personnels
Named Person: Sofia Schafranov; Sofia Schafranov; Sofia Schafranov
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alberto Cavaliere; Sofia Schafranov
ISBN: 9788831539012 8831539019
OCLC Number: 706410431
Description: 91 pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Series Title: Uomini e donne, 110.
Responsibility: Alberto Cavaliere ; [Sofia Schafranov].

Abstract:

Recounts the experiences of Sofia Kaufmann Schafranov, a Jew who was born in Yalta (Crimea) in 1891, from the time of her deportation from Italy in 1943 through her internment in Auschwitz. Cavaliere (1897-1967) was a friend of hers and a journalist; he conducted an interview with Schafranov when she returned from the camps. In December 1943, she was arrested by the Nazis in the northern Italian town of Sondalo, where she worked as a doctor at a sanatorium for tuberculosis patients. Her mother, Etta, was also arresed, as well as another Jewish doctor at the sanatorium, Bianca Morpurgo.

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