A memoir about a childhood in a small village in Eastern Europe and its destruction by the Nazis.
A memoir about a young girl from Hungary who survives Auschwitz-Birkenau and other concentration camps.
A powerful, lyrical memoir by a World War II survivor of forced labor in the copper mines of Bor, Serbia.
Wartime and postwar diaries illuminate the life of Holocaust survivor Susan Garfield.
An anthology of excerpts from twenty memoirs who survived the Holocaust in Hungary.
A tragic, yet inspiring story of how a little girl loses everyone she knows and loves during WWII, but who remembers the last words her father ever said to her, which helps her build a new life in a new land.
A heart-wrenching memoir about what is was like growing up in Nazi Occupied Hungary, and what one had to do in order to try and survive.
A moving, true story, told in four separate parts with four different authors, each telling a piece of the tale of a harrowing journey to freedom.
A memoir written by Joseph, a Jewish boy who evades capture by the Nazis, and joins the underground resistance in France. History and biography lovers will enjoy this first hand account.
A Holocaust memoir about surviving the notorious Dachau concentration camp. For everyone because these stories need to be remembered.
Two stories in one book, this is a powerful memoir of surviving the Holocaust, and should be read by everyone.
In 1944, as war looms in Nazi-allied Hungary, twelve-year-old Tibor dreams of freedom in the Jewish homeland.
Memories in Focus vividly retells Pinchas's struggle to stay alive under the cruellest of circumstances and the luck and moments of kindness that enabled him to survive.
The train from Hungary to Auschwitz brings Judith face-to-face with Dr. Mengele, the Angel of Death, who decides her fate.
After being sent to a forced labour camp, Joe escapes and joins the Slovak resistance, fighting to free his country from the Nazi invaders.
Molly Applebaum’s courageous words, written fifty years apart, offer a fascinating reflection on both her wartime experiences and her post-war life.
"News travels fast in the countryside, and when I started school many of the villagers knew that we were Jewish, although they really did not know what that meant."
"How much longer could we last?" sixteen-year-old Amek Adler laments, after arriving at yet one more concentration camp in the spring of 1945.
An eloquent personal narrative detailed with historical research and commentary, A Childhood Adrift explores identity, closure, disillusionment and the anguish of silenced emotions.
This powerful collection, woven together by the common thread of resistance, features a wide variety of narrative styles, including prose, poetry and diary excerpts.
An epic journey across borders, The Vale of Tears chronicles close to two years in the life of Rabbi Pinchas Hirschprung as he seeks an escape route from Nazi-occupied Europe.