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A rage to live : surviving the Holocaust so Hitler would not win / Victor Breitburg with Joseph G. Krygier.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D810.J4 B73 2012

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    Victor Breitburg is a survivor of the Lódz Ghetto, Auschwitz, Buchenwald, Rhemsdorf and Theresienstadt concentration camps. He was liberated with a group known as "The Boys". Their experiences have been documented in Sir Martin Gilbert's book, The Boys: Triumph Over Adversity. Victor's journey from Lódz, to the camps in Europe, to England, Scotland and the United States and his new life in America is the story told in this volume.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Breitburg, Victor, 1927- author.
    Published
    Buffalo, N.Y. : To Life Ink, [2012]
    ©2012
    Locale
    Poland
    Chełmno (Konin)
    Contents
    Section 1: What is past is prologue
    Long ago and far away
    Storks, chickens books, and movies
    A child's last vacation
    A time ends and a life begins
    Section 2: How then shall we live
    Black September
    Moving, smuggling and sawdust
    The hardest year yet
    Ghetto life, girls, death and praying
    Resettlements and goodbyes
    Section 3: By the rivers of Babylon we sadly hung there our harps
    Chimneys, tears and surviving
    Horses, ashes and pigs
    A ray of hope
    Escape, capture and a birthday present
    I will surpass you
    The White Cliffs of Dover
    I am/you are/they are
    America ... family ... America
    Section 4: Over the distances of years and yearnings
    More than trees grown in Brooklyn
    Making my way
    A memorial, a Torah cover and Christmas
    The return to Lódz
    Teaching the Holocaust
    A final adjustment
    The extras 1: Victor and me
    The extras 2: The old man and his shadow by Victor Breitburg
    The extras 3: The Holocaust images as described by Diana Lubarsky.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Krygier, Joseph G., author.
    Notes
    Section 1: What is past is prologue -- Long ago and far away -- Storks, chickens books, and movies -- A child's last vacation -- A time ends and a life begins -- Section 2: How then shall we live -- Black September -- Moving, smuggling and sawdust -- The hardest year yet -- Ghetto life, girls, death and praying -- Resettlements and goodbyes -- Section 3: By the rivers of Babylon we sadly hung there our harps -- Chimneys, tears and surviving -- Horses, ashes and pigs -- A ray of hope -- Escape, capture and a birthday present -- I will surpass you -- The White Cliffs of Dover -- I am/you are/they are -- America ... family ... America -- Section 4: Over the distances of years and yearnings -- More than trees grown in Brooklyn -- Making my way -- A memorial, a Torah cover and Christmas -- The return to Lódz -- Teaching the Holocaust -- A final adjustment -- The extras 1: Victor and me -- The extras 2: The old man and his shadow by Victor Breitburg -- The extras 3: The Holocaust images as described by Diana Lubarsky.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780578090979
    057809097X
    Physical Description
    xxxii, 201 pages : illustrations, photographs ; 23 cm

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