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M.--(Yiśraʼel Meʼir)RabbisChief RabbinateInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Jewish children in the HolocaustGermany--DachauSocial historyGermany (East)Antelme, RobertNationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei.--SchutzstaffelZweig, Stefan Jerzy,ImprisonmentConcentration camp inmatesCollective memoryAnti-fascist movementsGermany--Weimar (Thuringia)Poller, WalterWerber, JackPoland--Radom (Województwo Mazowieckie)Poland--CzęstochowaEthnic relationsJews--PersecutionsBender, Benjamin,Quintets (Percussion, violins (2), viola, cello)PolandStankiewicz, EdwardPoland--PłockWaffen-SSPoland--Piotrków TrybunalskiIsrael--Tel AvivGerman literatureGerman fictionRousset, David,193819391940194119431944194519461947194819491951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014200351171173111ocn243589227book19460.47Buchenwald (Concentration camp)KL Bu : Bericht des Internationalen Lagerkomitees Buchenwald17235ocn031436566book19950.25Allied ForcesThe Buchenwald reportHistoryPersonal narrativesSourcesIncludes interviews with prisoners of the Nazi concentration camp describing their mistreatment and torture and details of the camp's history, function, and how it was run+-+18188886359093ocn593295694file20100.35Lurczyński, MieczysławThe old guardDrama+-+26358938966572ocn278802653com19890.33Piekarski, Konstanty REscaping hell the story of a Polish underground officer in Auschwitz and Buchenwald, P 4618Personal narratives Polish4095ocn000198293book19710.24Julitte, PierreBlock 26: sabotage at BuchenwaldPersonal narratives French3784ocn008430468book19820.31Semprún, JorgeWhat a beautiful Sunday!BiographyPersonal narratives French3444ocn707260613book20110.17Laʼu, Y. MOut of the depths : the story of a child of Buchenwald who returned home at lastBiographyPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives PolishIsrael Meir Lau, one of the youngest survivors of Buchenwald, was just eight years old when the camp was liberated in 1945. Descended from a 1,000-year unbroken chain of rabbis, he grew up to become Chief Rabbi of Israel--and like many of the great rabbis, Lau is a master storyteller. Out of the Depths is his harrowing, miraculous, and inspiring account of life in one of the Nazis' deadliest concentration camps, and how he managed to survive against all possible odds. Lau, who lost most of his family in the Holocaust, also chronicles his life after the war, including his emigration to Mandate Palestine during a period that coincides with the development of the State of Israel. The story continues up through today, with that once-lost boy of eight now a brilliant, charismatic, and world-revered figure who has visited with Popes John Paul and Benedict; the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, and countless global leaders including Ronald Reagan, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and Tony Blair+-+K6813275963033ocn057965710book20050.63Neurath, Paul MartinThe society of terror : inside the Dachau and Buchenwald concentration campsPersonal narratives+-+194560940630211ocn003336837book19600.53Poller, WalterMedical block, Buchenwald; the personal testimony of inmate 996, block 36BiographyPersonal narrativesPersonal narratives GermanWhere the actions of some Germans epitomized the lowest, vilest depths of man's cruetly. A document of Nazi horror by a witness who survived2872ocn025771274book19920.47Antelme, RobertThe human race : preceded by an homage to Robert Antelme by Edgar MorinBiographyPersonal narratives French+-+532048564528137ocn786439331book19580.66Apitz, BrunoNackt unter Wölfen : RomanFictionEin Welterfolg in neuem Licht. Der Roman "Nackt unter Wölfen", in 30 Sprachen übersetzt, erzählt die bewegende Geschichte eines dreijährigen Kindes, das unter den unmenschlichen Bedingungen des KZ Buchenwald von Häftlingen gerettet wird. Aber es handelt ebenso von den Konflikten seiner Retter, die ihrem Gewissen folgen müssen und dabei die Gesetze der Illegalität brechen. Die außergewöhnliche Entstehungs- und Veröffentlichungsgeschichte rückt Roman und Autor nun nach über fünfzig Jahren in ein neues Licht. Diese Geschichte hat Leser in aller Welt bewegt. In einem Koffer versteckt, wird im Frühjahr 1945 ein dreijähriger Junge in das KZ Buchenwald gebracht. Wenn die SS das Kind findet, ist ihm der Tod gewiss. Mit Hilfe des illegalen Lagerkomitees könnte es verborgen werden, aber man fürchtet, die gesamte konspirative Arbeit zu gefährden. Aller Vernunft zum Trotz widersetzen sich zwei Häftlinge der Anweisung des ILK, den Kleinen mit einem Transport nach Bergen-Belsen weiterzuschicken. Herz und Gewissen siegen über die Parteidisziplin, denn das Überleben des Jungen ist längst zum Sinnbild für den Überlebenswillen der Häftlinge geworden. Der Roman entstand frei nach Motiven einer wahren Begebenheit, wurde jedoch als Tatsachenbericht und als Symbol des antifaschistischen Widerstandskampfes rezipiert. Die erweiterte Neufassung macht nun deutlich, dass Apitz die Rolle der Kommunisten viel konfliktiver anlegte und das Lagerleben gnadenloser darstellen wollte2613ocn071348681book20070.76Niven, William JohnThe Buchenwald child : truth, fiction, and propaganda'The Buchenwald Child' examines the story of a Jewish child's rescue at Buchenwald and its use as propaganda in both East and united Germany+-+44888662062347ocn000849200book19560.59Schneider, PaulPaul Schneider, the pastor of BuchenwaldBiographyRecords and correspondence2144ocn032921656book19950.81Werber, JackSaving children : diary of a Buchenwald survivor and rescuerBiographyPersonal narratives+-+05075551063242042ocn032131386book19950.32Bender, BenjaminGlimpses : through Holocaust and liberationBiographyPersonal narrativesBender's memoir of childhood, Holocaust, and liberation is woven together with his wife's ghetto and partisan experiences+-+43578910062013ocn001478383book19460.73Wiechert, Ernst EmilDer Totenwald : ein BerichtFiction1962ocn036650253rcrd19970.81Schanzer, JeffreyNo more in thrallMusic1809ocn001649054book19460.76Rousset, DavidL'univers concentrationnaireBiographyPersonal narratives French1743ocn050270888book20000.88Stankiewicz, EdwardMy war : memoir of a young Jewish poetBiographyPersonal narratives+-+29025106351722ocn064624973book20060.47Kogon, EugenThe theory and practice of hell : the German concentration camps and the system behind them"By the spring of 1945, the Second World War was drawing to a close in Europe. Allied troops were sweeping through Nazi Germany and discovering the atrocities of SS concentration camps. The first to be reached intact was Buchenwald, in central Germany. American soldiers struggled to make sense of the shocking scenes they witnessed inside. They asked a small group of former inmates to draft a report on the camp. It was led by Eugen Kogon, a German political prisoner who had been an inmate since 1939.The Theory and Practice of Hell is his classic account of life inside"--Cover, p. 4+-+77447092851637ocn008457533book19810.73Semprún, JorgeAquel domingo : novelaBiographyPersonal narratives French+-+7468881493324+-+1818888635Fri Mar 21 15:24:11 EDT 2014batch40279