Die verlorene Kindheit des Alfred M. (Book, 2001) [WorldCat.org]
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Die verlorene Kindheit des Alfred M.

Author: Alfred Mandelbaum; Eberhard Schiel
Publisher: Kückenshagen : Scheunen-Verlag, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : German
Summary:
Relates the life story of Alfred Mandelbaum, as told to Schiel in a series of interviews. Mandelbaum was born in 1935 to a Jewish father and a German mother in Stralsund. His father was maltreated by the SA after a campaign of agitation against Jews in mixed marriages. The family fled to Poznań and, after the German invasion, to Warsaw. Mandelbaum was interned in the ghetto with his father, while his mother worked  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Personal narratives
Biography
Récits personnels
Named Person: Alfred Mandelbaum; Alfred Mandelbaum
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred Mandelbaum; Eberhard Schiel
ISBN: 3934301371 9783934301375
OCLC Number: 54695988
Notes: Memoirs.
Description: 186, [6] pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm
Contents: Vorwort des Autors. --
Czerniakow, Korczak und die kleinen Schmuggler. --
Recherchen in Warschau. --
Im Yad Vashem. --
"Hallo, Eberhard." --
Das erste Inverview. --
Der Kookaburras und sein Gelächter. --
Flucht nach Warschau. --
Wir ziehen ins Ghetto. --
Die Ordnungshüter in Aktion. --
Alltag im jüdischen Widerstand. --
Hala Mirowska 13. --
Als Knabe im polnischen Widerstand. --
Meine Ferien in Chelm. --
Schule unter verschäften Bedingungen. --
"Alfred, es tut gar nicht weh!" --
Im Flüchtingsstrom nach Haus. --
Unterwegs zu den Koala-Bären. --
Vom Erwachsenen zum Kind. --
Die Irrfahrt der "Exodus." --
In der Rue de Voltaire zu Paris. --
Als Soldat in der israelischen Armee.
Responsibility: [as told to] Eberhard Schiel.

Abstract:

Relates the life story of Alfred Mandelbaum, as told to Schiel in a series of interviews. Mandelbaum was born in 1935 to a Jewish father and a German mother in Stralsund. His father was maltreated by the SA after a campaign of agitation against Jews in mixed marriages. The family fled to Poznań and, after the German invasion, to Warsaw. Mandelbaum was interned in the ghetto with his father, while his mother worked for the Polish underground on the "Aryan side". She maintained contact with her husband and son, providing them with food and medications. On 21 July 1942, before the deportations began, she managed to smuggle her son out of the ghetto; they lived in various places until the end of the war. Mandelbaum's father escaped later and hid in Warsaw until the liberation. In 1948 the family emigrated to Israel; he now lives in Australia.

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