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J'ai vécu les camps de concentration : la Shoah

Author: Simone Lagrange; Veronique Guillaud; Cristina Szenberg; André Migdal
Publisher: Paris : Bayard jeunesse, ©2004.
Series: Dossiers Okapi.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : Juvenile audience : FrenchView all editions and formats
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Intended for young people, and accompanied by many photographs, presents three accounts by Jews who survived the Holocaust. Simone Lagrange was born in 1931 near Lyon. In May 1944 she was arrested, together with her parents, and tortured by Klaus Barbie in order to reveal the whereabouts of her four siblings. She was then sent to Auschwitz with her mother, who perished there. During a death march, Lagrange  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Personal narratives
Biography
Material Type: Biography, Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Simone Lagrange; Veronique Guillaud; Cristina Szenberg; André Migdal
ISBN: 274701441X 9782747014410
OCLC Number: 56329010
Notes: Includes indexes.
"Mémorial de Caen"--Page 4 of cover.
Description: 95 pages : illustrations (some color), map, portraits ; 22 cm
Series Title: Dossiers Okapi.
Responsibility: [testimonies collected by] Véronique Guillaud ; [testimonies of Simone Lagrange, Cristina Szenberg, André Migdal].

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Intended for young people, and accompanied by many photographs, presents three accounts by Jews who survived the Holocaust. Simone Lagrange was born in 1931 near Lyon. In May 1944 she was arrested, together with her parents, and tortured by Klaus Barbie in order to reveal the whereabouts of her four siblings. She was then sent to Auschwitz with her mother, who perished there. During a death march, Lagrange encountered her father, who was shot before her eyes. Her siblings survived in hiding. Cristina Szenberg was born in 1925 in Warsaw. Her father died in the ghetto and her brother in Treblinka. Szenberg, her mother, and her sister escaped from the ghetto through the sewers just before its destruction. She survived the rest of the war by posing as a Catholic, and after the war settled in Paris. André Migdal was born in 1925 in Paris. In 1941 he was arrested as a resistance fighter, but his Jewish identity was not revealed. He was interned in several French camps, and briefly in Neuengamme. After the war he returned to Paris. His parents and two brothers were killed in Auschwitz.

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