Im Kampf ums Überleben : jüdische Schicksale in Polen 1939-1945 (Book, 1996) [WorldCat.org]
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Im Kampf ums Überleben : jüdische Schicksale in Polen 1939-1945

Author: Yosef Goldkorn; Erhard R Wiehn
Publisher: Konstanz : Hartung-Gorre, 1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : German : 1. AuflView all editions and formats
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A collection of 18 testimonies collected by the author, a journalist, in interviews with Jews in Israel and non-Jews in Poland, relating the fate of Jews in Poland during the Holocaust. Emphasizes the role of Gentile rescuers who risked their lives in order to save Jews. Describes, also, the activities of members of Jewish youth movements after the liquidation of the ghettos of Zagłębie and Katowice, who were able,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Personal narratives
Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Goldkorn, Yosef.
Im Kampf ums Überleben.
Konstanz : Hartung-Gorre, 1996
(OCoLC)645860851
Named Person: Josef Goldkorn
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Yosef Goldkorn; Erhard R Wiehn
ISBN: 3896490052 9783896490056
OCLC Number: 36448381
Description: 180 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm
Other Titles: Umgleyblekh un dokh.
Responsibility: Josef Goldkorn ; aus dem Jiddischen von Rafael Fisch ; herausgegeben von Erhard Roy Wiehn.

Abstract:

A collection of 18 testimonies collected by the author, a journalist, in interviews with Jews in Israel and non-Jews in Poland, relating the fate of Jews in Poland during the Holocaust. Emphasizes the role of Gentile rescuers who risked their lives in order to save Jews. Describes, also, the activities of members of Jewish youth movements after the liquidation of the ghettos of Zagłębie and Katowice, who were able, with the aid of non-Jews, to escape to Hungary, Turkey, and Palestine. All of the non-Jews interviewed have been recognized by Yad Vashem as Righteous Gentiles.

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