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Our tomorrows never came

Author: Etunia Bauer Katz
Publisher: New York : Fordham University Press, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Memoirs of Katz, born Bauer in 1922, who was raised in Buczacz. Her family suffered from grass-roots antisemitism from both Ukrainians and Poles. Describes the German occupation in July 1941, and a massacre during which her twin brother was killed. Katz and her sister were taken for forced labor locally, and her two younger brothers were saved from deportation through bribery. In November 1942 the family went into  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Personal narratives
Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Katz, Etunia Bauer, 1922-
Our tomorrows never came.
New York : Fordham University Press, 2000
(OCoLC)656164055
Named Person: Etunia Bauer Katz; Etunia Bauer Katz
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Etunia Bauer Katz
ISBN: 0823220311 9780823220311 082322032X 9780823220328
OCLC Number: 43662089
Description: xxix, 143 pages, 12 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
Contents: Elegy ix --
I Before the War 1 --
1 Fascism in the Air 3 --
2 Buczacz, Our Hometown; Josefowka, Our Home 5 --
3 Two Years of Soviet Occupation 28 --
II Nazi Invasion 31 --
4 Nazis March In: Early Atrocities 33 --
5 First Rejestracja 37 --
6 Struggling in the Cage 40 --
7 Forced Labor: Release for Ransom 44 --
8 It's Going to Happen. It's Tonight. It's Tomorrow: A Harassed Existence 47 --
9 First Akcja 50 --
III In Hiding 57 --
10 In the Orsiawski Chicken Coop 59 --
11 "I Felt 3,000 Bullets Riddle My Brain" 63 --
12 A Quarrel 67 --
13 At Pani Blawadowa's 70 --
14 Into the Fields 73 --
15 Seit Sich Merachim ("Have Mercy") 76 --
16 A Moment of Freedom 78 --
17 In an Abandoned Hovel 79 --
18 Adonai Echod ("The Lord Is One") 82 --
19 Rosh Hashanah--High Holy Days 84 --
20 "They Shot Rasin" and "Dus Raiftaleh Broit" 86 --
IV "Final Solution" 89 --
21 Back in Our Manor House 91 --
22 Horror 96 --
23 I See, I Hear, I Walk with Them 100 --
24 Funeral 102 --
V Last 100 Days in Hitler's Hell 105 --
25 Return Home 107 --
26 In the Attic 111 --
27 Liberation 118.
Responsibility: Etunia Bauer Katz.
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Many people think of the death camps when they think of the Holocaust. However, for many thousands of Jews, the Holocaust was in their towns and in the fields, the hills, and on the riverbanks.  Read more...

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