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On the fields of loneliness / by Hersch Altman ; with a foreword by Shimon Redlich.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DS135.U43 A483 2006

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    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Altman, Hersch.
    Published
    New York : Yad Vashem and the Holocaust Survivors' Memoirs Project, c2006
    0610
    Locale
    Ukraine
    Berez︠h︡any
    Berez︠h︡any (Ukraine)
    Contents
    The bells foretell
    Gathering clouds
    The German invasion
    Yom Kippur
    Mother
    Escape into darkness
    A trail of blood
    Disappearing ghetto
    Escaping the bunker
    A well of loneliness
    Brzeżany revisited
    Forest life
    Betrayal and reunion
    Banderowce
    Zdzisław's family
    Judka
    The German officer
    Remnants of hope
    A lone survival.
    Notes
    The bells foretell -- Gathering clouds -- The German invasion -- Yom Kippur -- Mother -- Escape into darkness -- A trail of blood -- Disappearing ghetto -- Escaping the bunker -- A well of loneliness -- Brzeżany revisited -- Forest life -- Betrayal and reunion -- Banderowce -- Zdzisław's family -- Judka -- The German officer -- Remnants of hope -- A lone survival.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    External Link
    Table of contents only
    ISBN
    0976073978
    9780976073970 (pbk.)
    0976073951
    9780976073956
    Physical Description
    184 p. : ill., ports. ; 23 cm.

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