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Remembering survival : inside a Nazi slave-labor camp / Christopher R. Browning.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: D805.P7 B76 2010

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    Remembering survival : inside a Nazi slave-labor camp / Christopher R. Browning.
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    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Browning, Christopher R.
    Published
    New York : W.W. Norton & Co., c2010
    Locale
    Poland
    Starachowice
    Wierzbnik (Starachowice, Poland)
    Starachowice (Poland)
    Edition
    1st ed
    Contents
    pt. 1. The Jews of Wierzbnik
    The prewar Jewish community of Wierzbnik-Starachowice
    The outbreak of war
    The early months of German occupation
    The Judenrat
    The German occupiers in Wierzbnik-Starachowice
    Coping with adversity in Wierzbnik, 1940-1942
    pt. 2. The destruction of the Wierzbnik ghetto
    Wierzbnik on the eve of destruction
    The Aktion, October 27, 1942
    Into the camps
    pt. 3. Terror and typhus : fall 1942-spring 1943
    Personalities and structures
    The typhus epidemic
    The Althoff massacres
    Tartak
    pt. 4. Stabilization
    The Kolditz era : summer-fall 1943
    Jewish work
    Food, property, and the underground economy
    The Ukrainian guards
    Poles and Jews
    Children in the camps
    Childbirth, abortion, sex, and rape
    The Schroth era : winter-spring 1944
    pt. 5. Consolidation, escape, evacuation
    Closing Majówka and Tartak
    The final days
    From Starachowice to Birkenau
    The Starachowice women and children in Birkenau
    Escapees
    pt. 6. Aftermath
    Return to and flight from Wierzbnik
    Postwar investigations and trials in Germany.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    pt. 1. The Jews of Wierzbnik -- The prewar Jewish community of Wierzbnik-Starachowice -- The outbreak of war -- The early months of German occupation -- The Judenrat -- The German occupiers in Wierzbnik-Starachowice -- Coping with adversity in Wierzbnik, 1940-1942 -- pt. 2. The destruction of the Wierzbnik ghetto -- Wierzbnik on the eve of destruction -- The Aktion, October 27, 1942 -- Into the camps -- pt. 3. Terror and typhus : fall 1942-spring 1943 -- Personalities and structures -- The typhus epidemic -- The Althoff massacres -- Tartak -- pt. 4. Stabilization -- The Kolditz era : summer-fall 1943 -- Jewish work -- Food, property, and the underground economy -- The Ukrainian guards -- Poles and Jews -- Children in the camps -- Childbirth, abortion, sex, and rape -- The Schroth era : winter-spring 1944 -- pt. 5. Consolidation, escape, evacuation -- Closing Majówka and Tartak -- The final days -- From Starachowice to Birkenau -- The Starachowice women and children in Birkenau -- Escapees -- pt. 6. Aftermath -- Return to and flight from Wierzbnik -- Postwar investigations and trials in Germany.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780393070194
    0393070190 (hardcover)
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available online.
    Physical Description
    xxii, 375 p., [8] p. of plates : ill., maps ; 25 cm.

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