"Strangers in the Heartland"
Donald M. Douglas wrote the essay, "Strangers in the Heartland" in January 1989. The essay consists of three parts, accounts of those who escaped from Europe, of those who survived in Polish forests, and of one man who survived Auschwitz. The narratives include such subjects as: emigrating to the United States, Kristallnacht, resistance movements and partisans, male rape, and the conditions inside concentration camps.
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