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I Was A Boy In Belsen

Author : Tomi Reichental
ISBN : 9781847174512
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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'In the last couple of years I realised that, as one of the last witnesses, I must speak out.' Tomi Reichental, who lost 35 members of his family in the Holocaust, gives his account of being imprisoned as a child at Belsen concentration camp. He was nine-years old in October 1944 when he was rounded up by the Gestapo in a shop in Bratislava, Slovakia. Along with 12 other members of his family he was taken to a detention camp where the elusive Nazi War Criminal Alois Brunner had the power of life and death. His story is a story of the past. It is also a story for our times. The Holocaust reminds us of the dangers of racism and intolerance, providing lessons that are relevant today.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Liberating Belsen

Author : David Lowther
ISBN : 9781908381910
Genre : History
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This book relates the story of the soldiers of the Durham Light Infantry who uncovered the monstrous crimes of Bergen-Belsen seventy years ago, and the traumatic effect this had on their lives.
Category: History

The Literary Representation Of World War Ii Childhood

Author : Mary Honan
ISBN : 9781527502819
Genre : History
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Focusing on twenty one primary texts about childhood under Nazism, this book examines how childhood in literature has changed over the years, from the Romantic writers to child slave labour in the Victorian era, the child-soldier and the impact of deportation on both the child victim and their families post-wartime. The genres covered here range from diaries, letters, comics, allegories, time-travel novels, fairy-tales and novels about the Hitler Youth. Because of its broad focus, the work will be of interest to a broad readership from survivors of World War II and their families to historians, teachers and librarians. It will also benefit those practitioners working in the areas of deportation, trauma, child-soldiering, and human rights and tolerance studies.
Category: History

Memory In World Cinema

Author : Nancy J. Membrez
ISBN : 9781476636443
Genre : Performing Arts
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Film itself is an artifact of memory. A blend of all the other fine arts, film portrays and preserves human memory, someone's memory, faulty or not, dramatically or comically, in a documentary, feature film or short. Hollywood may dominate 80 percent of cinema production but it is not the only voice. World cinema is about those other voices. Drawn initially from presentations from a series of film conferences held at the University of Texas at San Antonio, this collection of essays covers multiple geographical, linguistic, and cultural areas worldwide, emphasizing the historical and cultural interpretation of films. Appendices list films focusing on memory and invite readers to explore the films and issues raised.
Category: Performing Arts

Reagan At Bergen Belsen And Bitburg

Author : Richard J. Jensen
ISBN : 1585446254
Genre : Political Science
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Ronald Reagan’s inability to sway the American public and press with his speeches at the former site of the infamous Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and, later, at the U.S. Air Force base in Bitburg, Germany, has been marked by many as the first major failure of the Great Communicator’s second term. Richard J. Jensen highlights the qualities of the speeches that make them, in his estimation, models of presidential discourse. But he also looks at the setting for the speeches—political and historical—that doomed them despite their eloquence. Telescoping in from the broadest perspective on Reagan’s rhetorical career; to the circumstances surrounding the decision to make the speeches; to the drafting, delivery, and reception of the texts, Jensen contrasts these two speeches with two very successful ones Reagan had delivered in Normandy the previous year. The result is a vivid picture of a man and a moment in history. Students and all those interested in public discourse and the presidency will deeply benefit from this mature work by a major scholar of rhetoric.
Category: Political Science

Belsen Uncovered

Author : Derrick Sington
ISBN : NWU:35556009473026
Genre : Bergen-Belsen (Germany : Concentration camp)
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Belsen

Author : Irgun Sheerit Hapleita Me'Haezor Habriti
ISBN : IND:30000054457779
Genre : Bergen-Belsen (Concentration camp)
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Describes the conditions in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp right after its liberation by the British Army, and how the survivors created a dynamic new society in the camp right afterwards.
Category: Bergen-Belsen (Concentration camp)

The New Yorker

Author : Harold Wallace Ross
ISBN : NWU:35556026833061
Genre : Literature
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Category: Literature

Second Generation Voices

Author : Alan L. Berger
ISBN : 0815606818
Genre : History
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An anthology in which people that the Holocaust touched second hand reflect on their relationships with their parents, society at large, and the events of the past.
Category: History

Text In The Face Of Destruction

Author : Jacek Leociak
ISBN : STANFORD:36105119404874
Genre : Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
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Category: Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)

The Single Light

Author : Ernest Levy
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114459501
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Ernest Levy, the youngest of eight, was born into a strong Orthodox family and achieved his Bar Mitzvah as Nazism reached into Czechoslovakia and expelled Jews of Hungarian origin back across the border. From there his story takes us through the war years, via Auschwitz, to the labor camps, from where, as the Russians closed in, inmates were force-marched to Belsen. Ernest survived Belsen and typhoid to choose repatriation. Finding himself back in Budapest, a crisis of faith, brought on by the hideous experiences of his teens, led him to flirt with communism. A revived faith and a passion for music won the day and established his future. Since finding a home in Scotland in the early 1960s, he has been able to educate and enlighten the young people around him of events which otherwise would only be remote in a history book.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Cornhill Magazine

Author : George Smith
ISBN : MINN:319510019048608
Genre : Electronic journals
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Category: Electronic journals

After The First Death

Author : Tony Curtis
ISBN : UOM:39015064989141
Genre : English literature
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A book that reflects on how Wales played its part in British battles over the past century, and critics consider how amidst the turmoil and trauma, creativity flourished.
Category: English literature

No Crown Of Laurels

Author : George Sava
ISBN : IND:30000118957434
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Joan Of Arc

Author : Marina Warner
ISBN : 9780191651946
Genre : Social Science
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The fame of Joan of Arc began in her lifetime and, though it has dipped a little now and then, she has never vanished from view. Her image acts as a seismograph for the shifts and settlings of personal and political ideals: Joan of Arc is the heroine every movement has wanted as their figurehead. In France, anti-semitic, xenophobic, extreme right parties have claimed her since the Action Francaise in the 19th century. By contrast, Socialists, feminists, and liberal Catholics rallied to her as the champion of the dispossessed and the wrongly accused. Joan of Arc has also played a crucial role in changing visions of female heroism. She has proved an inexhaustible source of inspiration for writers, playwrights, film-makers, performers, and composers. In a single, brief life, several of the essential mythopoiec characteristics that throughout history have defined the charismatic leader and saint are powerfully and intensely condensed. Even while Joan of Arc was still alive, but far more so after her death, the heroic part of her story sparked narratives of all kinds, in pictures, ballads, plays, and also satires. This was only heightened in 1841-9 by the publication of the Inquisition trial which had examined Joan for witchcraft and heresy. The transcript of the interrogations gives us the voice of this young woman across the centuries with almost unbearable immediacy; her spirit leaps from the page, uncompromising in its frankness, good sense, courage, and often breathtaking in its simple effectiveness. Joan of Arc into one of the most fully and vividly present personalities in history, about whom a great more is known, in her own words and at first hand, than is, for example, about Shakespeare. However, this has not stopped the flow of fictions and fantasies about her. Marina Warner analyses the symbolism of the Maid in her own time and in her rich afterlife in popular culture. The cultural expressions are part of an ongoing historical struggle to own the symbol - you could say, the brand. In a new preface to her study, Marina Warner takes stock of the continuing contention, in politics and culture, for this powerful symbol of virtue. Joan of Arc's multiple resurrections and transformations show how vigorous the need for figures like her remains, and how crucial it is to meet that need with thoughtfulness. She argues that abandoning the search to identify heroes and define them, out of a kind of high-minded distaste for propaganda, lets dangerous political factions manipulate them to their own ends. When Marine Le Pen calls on Joan of Arc's name, she needs to be confronted about her bad faith and her abuse of history.
Category: Social Science

Poland Germany

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ISBN : UOM:39015049796322
Genre : Germany
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From Bergen Belsen To Baghdad

Author : Alex Aronson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105016532132
Genre : Bénévoles dans les services de santé - Correspondance
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Category: Bénévoles dans les services de santé - Correspondance

My Left Foot

Author : Christy Brown
ISBN : 9781446466940
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Christy Brown was born a victim of cerebral palsy. But the hapless, lolling baby concealed the brilliantly imaginative and sensitive mind of a writer who would take his place among the giants of Irish literature. This is Christy Brown's own story. He recounts his childhood struggle to learn to read, write, paint and finally type, with the toe of his left foot. In this manner he wrote his bestseller Down all the Days.
Category: Biography & Autobiography