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101 GLICKMAN, JUDY ELLIS. Resistance And Rescue In Denmark.
Humanity in Action, New York. s Softcover - Excellent condition. 
Rare, small catalog of a photography exhibit on the Danish resistance to the nazis. With well-written accompanying essay. 
Price: 6.18 USD
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102 GOES, ALBRECHT. The Burnt Offering.
Pantheon Books, New York: . Reprint Edition. Title of Original German Edition - Das Brandopfer. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
This brief story, which takes place during the period of the greatest persecution of the Jews in Germany, has the simplicity of a legend. It brings to life again, with tremendous impact, a tale of guilt and penance, of faith and kindness and self-sacrifice. The author, a pastor, is one of the very few among modern German writers who have dared to sharpen the thorn of German guilt. This is a book unlikely to be forgotten - one of the most moving testimonies of our time. Translated into English from the German by Michael Hamburger. 
Price: 13.02 USD
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103 GOLDHAGEN, DANIEL JONAH. A Moral Reckoning: The Role Of The Catholic Church In The Holocaust And Its Unfulfilled Duty Of Repair.
Alfred A. Knopf, New York: 2002. First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. 
Cuts through the historical and moral fog to lay out the full extent of the Catholic Church's involvement in the Holocaust, transforming a narrow discussion fixated on Pope Pius XII into the long-overdue investigation of the Church throughout Europe. He shows that the Church's and the Pope's complicity in the persecution of the Jews goes much deeper than has previously been understood. Includes an Index. 
Price: 7.55 USD
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104 GOODELL, STEPHEN (PROJECT DIRECTOR); KLEIN, DENNIS B. (GENERAL EDITOR). Hidden History Of The Kovno Ghetto.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington: 1998. 0821224573 / 9780821224571 First Edition, Second Printing. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Brings together unique materials from Lithuania, Israel, and the United States to present a compelling and unforgettable view of Jewish life, loss, survival, and defiance during the Holocaust. This visual and documentary record is introduced by two essays that describe the German assault on Lithuania's Jewry and the Kovno Jews' resilient yet ultimately futile efforts to devise a "normal" world in the ghetto. Includes an Index. 
Price: 19.90 USD
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105 GORDON, SARAH ANN. Hitler, Germans, And The " Jewish Question ".
Princeton University Press, Princeton: 1984. s Softcover. Like New. 
This book probes the background of the ultimately unexplainable evil of our century, the deliberate and unprovoked murder of millions of European Jews--and goes on to explore German reactions to that evil. Depicting the emergence in Weimar Germany of a new type of extreme anti-Semite, of which Hitler was the paramount example, Sarah Gordon discusses a number of related questions about the role of anti-Semitism in the rise of the Nazis and draws on hitherto unexamined Gestapo files, new data on court sentences, and a variety of other sources to describe the tiny numbers of courageous Germans who opposed Nazi anti-Semitism. She analyzes Hitler's own deranged world view, his use of his feelings about Jews as a political tool, and the extent of the German people's knowledge of his intentions and actions; she examines the history of German anti-Semitism from 1870 through the Nazi years; and she indicates several reasons for thinking that anti-Semitism, however virulent in certain individuals and groups, was not the major reason for Nazi electoral successes. No apologia for the German people, this work shows how a minority of extreme anti-Semites coexisted in Germany with the indifferent or fearfully disapproving majority, while the heroic few assumed the extreme risks of opposition. It offers a clear picture of the kinds of people who aided the Jews or publicly criticized their persecution, including surprising evidence of opposition in the Nazi party itself. In addition, it questions widely held beliefs that older Germans, males, Protestants, and the middle classes were disproportionately anti-Semitic; that bluecollar workers were basically immune to anti-Semitism; and that most Nazis were radical anti-Semites. It also discusses such subjects as the attitudes of German churches, the role of the military, and the socio-economic characteristics of Jews in Germany. "In this splendid, dispassionate analysis, Professor Gordon gives the most comprehensive account yet published of the relations between ordinary Germans and Jews from 1870 until 1945."--Virginia Quarterly Review "I know of no other book that brings this material together so searchingly and sensitively, and brings it down to a personal level as well. One cannot read it without being deeply impressed by the author's penetrating judgment and analytical ability."--Peter H. Merkl, University of California at Santa Barbara 
Price: 23.66 USD
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106 GOTFRYD, BERNARD. Anton The Dove Fancier And Other Tales Of The Holocaust.
John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore: 2000. 0801863104 / 9780801863103 Expanded Edition. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
Winner of a Christopher AwardNominated for the New Visions Award from the Quality Paperback Book Club This collection of extraordinary true stories—including nine stories new to this expanded edition— illuminates the experiences of a young Polish boy before World War II, through the gathering storm of Nazism, into the death camps, to poignant reunions many years later. Here we watch young Bernard break curfew to secure a rare chicken for the High Holidays—only to see it given to the Christian janitor because it is not kosher; we meet Alexandra, a Polish resistance fighter who enlists the teenaged Bernard in the cause but who perishes while he survives; and we share Bernard's fear as he spends one very uncomfortable night—hours after his liberation—in the seemingly sympathetic home of the parents of a young SS officer. "From time to time one comes across a book of true tales that not only has the power to be painfully moving, but also terribly informing about what it was like to survive the Holocaust. Bernard Gotfryd, in his true tales, has given us such a book."—Dimensions "Thirty autobiographical stories whose banal details and well-placed silences haunt long after the book is finished."—Joan Baum, The Independent "Written with integrity and honesty, Anton helps us to recognize human strength and precariousness, and the complexity of human existence. The book rouses our responsibility and makes us face people and history through the specific voices Gotfryd lets us hear, and the specific faces and places he lets us see."—Yasuhiro Tae, Bulletin of the Center for Holocaust Studies "[A] fine collection of 30 true stories, some nostalgic, others heartbreaking, all of them moving."—Jewish Book World "Astonishing and important... quite marvelous... these stories are real pearls."—Oliver Sacks "Bernard Gotfryd... shows himself to be an exemplary man, mild and strong, never desperate, in constant search for goodness even in the most extreme situations. We are grateful to him for this book because it makes us think."—Primo Levi "An important contribution to the literature of memory."—Elie Wiesel "The book gave me a bit of hope about the worst things in us, and that is an achievement."—Norman Mailer "Poignant and painful reading... so immediate that it is as if it... is happening today."—Ruth Prawer Jhabvala Bernard Gotfryd was born in Radom, Poland. During World War II he was involved with the Polish underground until being imprisoned by the Nazis. He spent time in six concentration camps before his liberation from Gusen II in May of 1945. Two years later Gotfryd emigrated to the United States, where he served in the U.S. Army Signal Corps before joining the staff of Newsweek in 1957. He was moved to begin recording his Holocaust memories when he photographed the Pope's visit to Poland in 1983—Gotfryd's first visit to Poland in forty years. Currently he divides his time between writing and photography at his home in Forest Hills, New York. 
Price: 25.41 USD
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107 GREEN, GERALD. The Artists Of Terezin.
Hawthorn Books, New York: 1969. First edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket and protective mylar covering. Good condition but there are tears and nicks in the dusjacket. 
Describes Terezin, or Theresienstadt, a Nazi concentration camp in Czechoslovakia, where a distinctive and remarkable culture flourished. Artists such as Otto Ungar, Bedrich Fritta, Leo Haas, Karel Fleischmann, doctors and rabbis, children as well as adults, turned to art, poetry and philosophy not merely to record their plight but to reassert their humanity and to fight back with their only weapon - the undying, creative human spirit. 
Price: 24.42 USD
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108 GROSS, ELLY. NEE BERKOVITS. Storm Against The Holocaust: Holocaust Memories And Other Stories.
Published Privately. 0971363919 / 9780971363915 First Edition (Unstated). h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
The history Elly Gross writes about, from the Holocaust to the attack on the World Trade Center, is horrific. Elly, the innocent child, saved through a series of miracles or accidents, becomes Elly, the survivor-adult. As her legacy, she shares the feelings and facts of the time period with her readers. Her writing is a memorial to her family, as well as a commitment against hatred and the destruction to which it leads. "I had the honor of listening to your testimony on Pacific Radio's 'Democracy Now.' What you said moved me to the bottom of my hear. . . . When I taught my poetry class later the same day, I shared your testimony and your words with my students," - June Jordan, Professor, University of California, Berkeley 
Price: 20.43 USD
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109 GROSS, LEONARD. The Last Jews In Berlin.
Simon and Schuster, New York. 0671247271 / 9780671247270 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
The stories of a number of Jews who survived World War II by remaining in hiding in Berlin during the entire war. 
Price: 14.74 USD
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110 GROSS, LEONARD. The Last Jews In Berlin.
Simon and Schuster, New York: 1988. 0671657240 / 9780671657246 s Softcover. Good condition. 
In February 1943, four thousand Jews went underground in Berlin. By the end of the war, all but a few hundred of them had died in bombing raids or, more commonly, in death camps. This is the real-life story of some of the few of them - a young mother, a scholar and his countess lover, a black-market jeweler, a fashion designer, a Zionist, an opera-loving merchant, a teen-age orphan - who resourcefully, boldly, defiantly, luckily survived. In hiding or in masquerade, by their wits and sometimes with the aid of conscience-stricken German gentiles, they survived. 
Price: 20.66 USD
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111 GRYNBERG, MICHAL (EDITOR); BOEHM, PHILIP (INTRODUCTION). Words To Outlive Us: Eyewitness Accounts From The Warsaw Ghetto.
Henry Holt and Company, New York: 2003. 0312422687 / 9780312422684 First Picador Edition. s Softcover. Very good condition. 
This collective memoir - a mosaic of individual diaries and eyewitness reports - follow the fate of the Warsaw Jews from the first bombardments of the Polish capital to the razing of the Jewish district: the frantic exchange of apartments a the walls first go up; the daily battle against starvation and disease; the moral ambiguities confronting the Jewish bureaucracies under Nazi rule; the ingenuity of smugglers; and the acts of resistance. Translated into English from the Polish by Philip Boehm. Includes an Index. 
Price: 21.95 USD
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112 GUSKY, JEFFREY (PHOTOGRAPHS & TEXT); MILLER, JUDITH (INTRODUCTION). Silent Places: Landscapes Of Jewish Life And Loss In Eastern Europe.
Overlook Duckworth, Woodstock: 2003. 1585673161 / 9781585673162 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. 
A collection of images that, with melancholy beauty and emotional depth, provide a glimpse into the past and into eternity. The silence in these photographs is deafening: here are Jewish cemeteries full of broken gravestones, ruined synagogues filled with trash and disfigured with graffiti, a Jewish home now used as a public toilet - "these are the places where people lived, walked, worshipped, and were, ultimately, exterminated." 
Price: 37.00 USD
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113 GUTMAN, ISRAEL Resistance: The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston: 1994. 0395601991 / 9780395601990 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. 
On April 19, 1943, thousands of Nazi troops were given the order to remove all Jews in the Warsaw ghetto, a few square blocks sheltering the remnants of the half million or more Jewish citizens of Poland's capital, to the death camps of Treblinka and Auschwitz. They were to kill those wh resisted. A few hundred of the trapped Jews, mostly teenagers, armed only with pistols, Molotov cocktails, and a few light machine guns, vowed to fight back. Resistance is the full story of the uprising and the events leading to it, told by a survivor of the battle who is now a world-renowned Israeli scholar of the Holocaust. 
Price: 14.25 USD
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114 HAAS, ALBERT. The Doctor And The Damned.
St. Martin's Press, New York: 1984. 0312214782 / 9780312214784 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. 

Price: 13.30 USD
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115 HABER, SIEGFRIED; HABER, MAX. Two Brothers.
Division of Holocaust Studies, Jerusalem: 1981. s Softcover. Good condition. 
This booklet presents the story of two special people--the brothers...Haber-whom the horrors of the Holocaust separated for many years. 
Price: 31.35 USD
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116 HABER, SIEGFRIED; HABER, MAX. Two Brothers.
Division of Holocaust Studies, Jerusalem: 1981. s Softcover. Good condition. 
This booklet presents the story of two special people--the brothers..Haber-whom the horrors of the Holocaust separated for many years. 
Price: 31.35 USD
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117 HABER, SIEGFRIED; HABER, MAX. Two Brothers.
Division of Holocaust Studies, Jerusalem: 1981. s Softcover. Good condition. 
This booklet presents the story of two special people--the brothers...Haber-whom the horrors of the Holocaust separated for many years. 
Price: 31.35 USD
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118 HAGSTROM, SUZAN E. Sara's Children And The Destruction Of Chmielnik.
Sergeant Kirkland's Press, Spotsylvania: 2001. 1887901280 / 9781887901284 s Softcover. Very good condition. 

Price: 60.80 USD
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119 HASS, AARON. The Aftermath: Living With The Holocaust.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 2001. 0521574595 / 9780521574594 Reprint Edition. s Softcover. Brand new book. 
Offers a perspective of how one who has lived with terror for years is able to avoid paralysis and move forward. The Aftermath ffers the most comprehensive examination of the psychological impact of the Holocaust on survivors ever undertaken and covers the widest range of topics, including: survivor guilt, the absence of mourning, the psychological characteristics of survivor families, a survivor's view of God, survivors' feelings about Germans as well as their own countrymen of origin, and the survivor's ongoing sense of vulnerability. The contents of the book is as follows: Introduction; 1. A view of survivors; 2. 'Whose Fault Was It?'; 3. Mourning; 4. Vulnerabilities; 5. The mask of the survivor; 6. The importance of age; 7. Intrusions of memory; 8. Survivor families; 9. 'Was God Watching This?'; 10. Revenge; 11. Collective guilt. Includes an Index. "In this beautifully written book, Aaron Hass explores human responses to the trauma of the Holocaust from a psychosocial and mental health perspective....The book succeeds in offering a balanced view of survivors as individuals who have been able to move forward following adversity, but at great psychic cost." Jewish Book World 
Price: 26.35 USD
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120 HAUSNER, GIDEON; TUCHMAN, BARBARA W. (INTRODUCTION). Justice In Jerusalum.
Schocken Books, New York: 1968. First Schocken Paperback Edition. s Softcover. Good condition. 
The story of one of the most dramatic and controversial events of our time - the Eichmann trial - told, against the background of history, by the prosecuting attorney. 
Price: 12.07 USD
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