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476.
Nazis on the Run: How Hitler's Henchmen Fled Justice. Gerald Steinacher.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. Book Club Edition. Hardcover. xxvii, [1], 416 p. Illustrations. Notes. Bibliography. Index of Names. General Index.
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477.
Born Guilty: Children of Nazi Families. Jean Steinberg, Peter Sichrovsky.
New York: Basic Books, c1988. Third Printing. 22 cm, 178.
[Book #28522]
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478.
Not as a Lamb: The Jews Against Hitler. Lucien Steinberg, trans. by Marion Hunter.
[Farnborough, Eng.]: Saxon House, [1974]. 24 cm, 358, chapter notes, sources, index, wear apparent at top and bottom of DJ, rear DJ flap folded.
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479.
Not as a Lamb: The Jews Against Hitler. Lucien Steinberg, trans. by Marion Hunter.
[Farnborough, Eng.]: Saxon House, [1974]. 24 cm, 358, chapter notes, sources, index, DJ edges worn, small tear at DJ spine, front DJ flap price clipped, front flyleaf torn out.
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480.
Treblinka. Jean-Francois Steiner, trans. by Helen Weaver.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1967. First Printing. 415, sm stain ins fr flylf, DJ soiled & wrinkled: two tears in fr DJ, preface by Simone de Beauvoir.
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481.
Treblinka. Jean-Francois Steiner, trans. by Helen Weaver.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1967. First Printing. 415, sm wrinkle ins fr endpaper, DJ soiled and small tears, small piece missing in front DJ, preface by Simone de Beauvoir.
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482.
Treblinka. Jean-Francois Steiner, trans. by Helen Weaver.
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1967. First Printing. 415, DJ soiled & stained, preface by Simone de Beauvoir.
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483.
Treblinka. Jean-Francois Steiner, trans. by Helen Weaver.
New York: The New American Library [A Signet Book], 1968. First Printing [Stated]. Mass market paperback. 304 pages. Cover has wear, soiling, and a scuff at front. Part of rear cover gone. Slightly cocked. Preface by Simone de Beauvoir. Jean-François Steiner is a French-Jewish writer born on 17 February 1938 in Paris. He is best known for his non-fiction novel Treblinka: The Revolt of an Extermination Camp first published in 1966 as Treblinka: la révolte d'un camp d'extermination; translated a year later by Helen Weaver for Simon & Schuster. Written in the first person, the book blames members of the Jewish Sonderkommando for assisting the German SS in perpetrating a genocide. Following outrage among French, Jewish and foreign academics, Steiner agreed to republish his book (which was a bestseller), by presenting it as a fictional account of the Treblinka extermination camp operation. The book remains very popular in France. When asked upon the publication of his book why death camps such as Treblinka had been 'avoided' by his own French contemporaries, Steiner replied: "In Treblinka, as in all the other extermination camps, the Germans had designed 'the machine' (as they referred to the methods of extermination) in such a way that it would almost run itself. It is the Jews who did everything."
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484.
The Bormann Brotherhood. William Stevenson.
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973. First Edition. 334, note on sources, index, slight wear to top and bottom edges of DJ.
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485.
The Bormann Brotherhood. William Stevenson.
New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973. First Edition. 334, note on sources, index, damp stains & some warping to bds & text (no pgs stuck), some wear to DJ edges, some warping to DJ.
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486.
Devil's Diary: The Record of Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression. John L. Stipp.
Yellow Springs, OH: Antioch Press, 1955. First? Edition. First? Printing. 24 cm, 236, references, index, DJ worn, torn, soiled, and pieces missing and separated.
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487.
Revolt of the Saints. Lilie Strongin, Boris S. Holmstock.
New York: Living Books, Inc. 1966. First? Edition. First? Printing. 574, tear and chip at top of spine, DJ in plastic sleeve, DJ worn, torn, and chipped.
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488.
The Rescue of Memory: A Novel. Cheryl Pearl Sucher.
New York: Scribner, 1997. First edition. First printing [stated]. Hardcover. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 288 p.
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489.
Life After the Ashes, The Postwar Pain, and Resilience, of Young Holocaust Survivors. Peter Suedfeld.
Washington, DC: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 2002. First edition. First printing stated. [4], 25, [3] p. Includes illustrations. References.
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490.
The Fought Back: The Story of the Jewish Resistance in Nazi Europe. Yuri Suhl, ed. and trans.
New York: Schocken Books, 1975. First Schocken Edition. 327, wraps, illus., notes, index, rear cover creased and somewhat soiled.
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491.
The Day Pearl Harbor Was Bombed: A Photo History of World War II. George Sullivan.
New York: Scholastic Inc. 1991. Second Printing. 96, wraps, illus., chronology, further reading, index, covers and several pages creased at corners.
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492.
Blessed Is the Match: The Story of Jewish Resistance. Marie Syrkin.
New York: A. A. Knopf, 1947. First? Printing. 22 cm, 361, DJ worn, soiled, and chipped, endpages discolored, somewhat shaken.
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493.
Blessed Is the Match: The Story of Jewish Resistance. Marie Syrkin.
Philadelphia, PA: Jewish Publication Society, 1947. First? Edition. First? Printing. Hardcover. 22 cm, 361 pages. Some wear and soiling to boards, inscription signed by Abram Sachar on front endpaper. A Hillel Library book.
[Book #38114]
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494.
A Private War: Surviving in Poland on False Papers, 1941-1945. Bronislaw Szatyn.
Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 1985. First? Edition. First? Printing. 24 cm, 285, illus., front DJ flap price clipped, ink marks to flyleaf and residue of removed sticker, small piece of DJ missing.
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495.
I Remember Nothing More: The Warsaw Children's Hospital and the Jewish Resistance. Adina Blady Szwajger, trans. by Danusia Stok.
New York: Pantheon Books, 1991. First American Edition. First? Printing. 184, illus., maps, footnotes, chronology.
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496.
Prisoner 88; The Man in Stripes. Roy D. as told to Tanenbaum, Sigmund Sobolewski.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada: University of Calgary Press, 1998. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Trade paperback. xv, [1], 347, [5] pages. Folding front and back covers. Illustrations. Notes. SS ranks and their Approximate equivalent. The Extent of Pre-Hitler Neo-Romanticism. Text of Cardinal Hlond's 1936 Speech. Glossary. Inscribed and dated on half-title page by both the author and Sigmund Sobolewski. Foreword by Archbishop Oscar H. Lipscomb. Sigmund Sobolewski (Zygmunt Sobolewski; May 11, 1923 – August 7, 2017) was a Polish activist and Holocaust survivor. He was the 88th prisoner to enter Auschwitz on the first transport to the concentration camp on June 14, 1940, and remained a prisoner for four and a half years during World War II. Fluent in German, Sobolewski was pressed into service as a translator. He was an opponent of Holocaust denial and confronted modern neo-Nazis, anti-Semites and Holocaust deniers. He was the sole surviving witness of the October 7, 1944, revolt at Auschwitz-Birkenau, when Jewish prisoners blew up Crematorium Number 4 and attempted to escape.
[Book #76852]
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497.
The Last Train: Exodus to Tashkent; A Story of Love by Coincidence. Herman Taube.
New York: Exposition Press, 1966. First Edition [stated]. Hardcover. 119, [1] pages. Format is approximately 5.75 inches by 8.5 inches. Inscribed and dated by the author on fep. DJ has some wear and soiling. Paperclip mark and pencil erasure on fep. Herman was called for duty as a medic in the Polish Army in August 1939. Germany invaded Poland on September 1, 1939. The Polish army was defeated within weeks of the Blitzkrieg. The Soviet Union occupied eastern Poland according to the German-Soviet Pact on September 17, 1939. Herman, along with the retreating Polish Army, was captured by the Soviet forces after crossing the Bug River. While officers and those of higher rank were sent to Katyn and later executed, lower ranking soldiers were sent to Siberia, a harsh area of the Soviet Union where gulags (Soviet work camps) were located. After the war Herman married Susan Strauss, a fellow survivor. The two immigrated to the United States in 1947. Herman an author of more than twenty novels and books of poetry, was a journalist for over 60 years.
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498.
Surviving Despair; A Story About Perseverance. Herman Taube.
Bloomington, IN: Authorhouse, 2007. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Trade paperback. [4], 277, [7] pages. Maps. Illustrations. Glossary. Foreword by Michael Berenbaum. Cover has slight wear and soiling. Comments on books by Herman Taube: "His vision roams over many continents, countless diverse subjects, and a variety of characters. Everywhere he finds a word, an expression, a sound, a thought, a proper noun and together they start singing and form a poem. These poems belong to the never-to be-forgotten witness literature of our time." - ELIE WIESEL "Some poets make of this world a tragedy. Others, like Herman Taube, do not. They look for every spark of light. It is not that he comes singing happy songs - there is a great deal of sadness in his poems. But there is a wonderful strength that rises out of the sadness. But that is not all of this work - for his is not only our poet of the Holocaust in the way that Elie Wiesel is; but he is the poet of the ordinary human being - you and me - who has been to hell, whose life has been irrevocably shaped by the Jewish experience of World War II, but who lives in the world of today, like to rest of us." - MERRILL LEFFLER "His collective works, which span decades, continents and cultures, constitute an eloquent and powerful chronicle of the Jewish experience in our time. It is a record at once intensely personal and universal. And it is, as is his life, a voluble and vibrant legacy, a model of the highest standard for Jewish artists of all ages." - MICHA LEV "Herman Taube has the unique ability to make inanimate objects come alive.
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499.
In the Lion's Den: The Life of Oswald Rufeisen. Nechama Tec.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1990. First Edition. First Printing. 279, illus., notes, index.
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500.
When Light Pierced the Darkness: Christian Rescue of Jews in Nazi-Occupied Poland. Nechama Tec.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1986. First Printing. 262, illus., notes, bibliography, index, front DJ flap price clipped.
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