Zeugnis geben : von Bratislava durch Auschwitz-Birkenau ins Lager Gleiwitz I und zurück : jüdische Schicksale in der Slowakei 1938-1945 (Book, 2001) [WorldCat.org]
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Zeugnis geben : von Bratislava durch Auschwitz-Birkenau ins Lager Gleiwitz I und zurück : jüdische Schicksale in der Slowakei 1938-1945

Author: Harold Saunders; Erhard R Wiehn
Publisher: Konstanz : Hartung-Gorre, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : German : 1. AuflView all editions and formats
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Memoirs of a Jew, born Harold Salamon in 1927 in Bratislava. In September 1944 Saunders was deported, with his parents, two brothers and a sister, to Auschwitz. Another brother (the translator of this book) survived in hiding. His mother and sister were killed on arrival. The male members of the family were sent to the Gleiwitz labor camp. The camp was evacuated on 21 January 1945 and they were taken on a death  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Personal narratives
Autobiografie
Biography
Personal narratives, Jewish
Named Person: Harold Saunders; Harold Saunders; Harold Saunders; Harold Saunders
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Saunders; Erhard R Wiehn
ISBN: 389649676X 9783896496768
OCLC Number: 47030022
Description: 138 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Harold Saunders ; aus dem Englischen von Avri Salamon ; herausgegeben von Erhard Roy Wiehn.

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Memoirs of a Jew, born Harold Salamon in 1927 in Bratislava. In September 1944 Saunders was deported, with his parents, two brothers and a sister, to Auschwitz. Another brother (the translator of this book) survived in hiding. His mother and sister were killed on arrival. The male members of the family were sent to the Gleiwitz labor camp. The camp was evacuated on 21 January 1945 and they were taken on a death march; they were liberated by the Red Army, and returned to Bratislava. After the war Saunders' father and brothers immigrated to Palestine, while he settled in England.

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