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Mussolini and the Jews: German-Italian Relations and the Jewish Question 1922-1945

By Meir Michaelis

Oxford University Press, 1979. Not Indicated. Hard Cover. Fine/Very Good.

$49.95

Long Dark Nazi Years: Forty Years After the Collapse of the Third Reich, 1945-1985. A Record of Documents and Photographs of Adolf Hitler's Final Solution.

By Friedman, Tuviah [Ed.]

Self Published, 1985. A little light foxing, otherwise in nice condition.. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by b/w Photos.

$39.95

Jewish Resistance Against the Nazis
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Jewish Resistance Against the Nazis

By Patrick Henry

The Catholic University of America Press, 2014. This volume puts to rest the myth that the Jews went passively to the slaughter like sheep. Indeed Jews resisted in every Nazi-occupied country?in the forests, the ghettos, and the concentration camps. The essays presented here consider Jewish resistance to be resistance by Jewish persons in specifically Jewish groups, or by Jewish persons working within non-Jewish organizations. Resistance could be armed revolt; flight; the rescue of targeted individuals by concealment in non- Jewish homes, farms, and institutions; or by the smuggling of Jews into countries where Jews were not objects of Nazi persecution. Other forms of resistance include every act that Jewish people carried out to fight against the dehumanizing agenda of the Nazis?acts such as smuggling food, clothing, and medicine into the ghettos, putting on plays, reading poetry, organizing orchestras and art exhibits, forming schools, leaving diaries, and praying. These attempts to remain physically, intellectually, culturally, morally, and theologically alive constituted resistance to Nazi oppression, which was designed to demolish individuals, destroy their soul, and obliterate their desire to live. The contributors are among the most renowned Holocaust authorities in Israel, Europe, Canada, and the United States. The essays treat Jewish resistance in France, Belgium, Italy, Greece, the Netherlands, Scandinavia, the Yishuv, Germany, Austria, Croatia, Poland, Romania, the Ukraine, Belarus, Slovakia, and Hungary. Some essays describe children's resistance and music as resistance. The authors explain why different types of resistance occurred in some places but not in others and how factors such as terrain played a vital role in why one type of resistance took place in some areas but was impossible elsewhere. The importance of chronology and the progress of the war are also considered. This comprehensive handbook will serve as an indispensable guide for Holocaust scholars and general readers.. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Fine.

$29.95

The Teheran Children

By William L Shulman

Holocaust Resource Center and Archives, Queensborough Community College, The City University of New York , 1999. Some writting ( 2 lines of small copy ) on bottom of title page.. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine +. Illus. by b/w Photos.

$34.95

Defying the Devil: Christian Clergy Who Saved Jews from the Holocaust

By Rabbi Isidoro Aizenberg

NY: The Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust ArchivesQueesborough Community College, 2008. Date written on title page, otherwise in very nice condition.. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine +. Illus. by b/w Photos.

$34.95

Anatomy of a Ghetto

By Dr. William L. Shulman

New York: Holocaust Resource Center and Archives, Queensborough Community College, 1996. Date written on title page,otherwise in like new condition.. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine +. Illus. by b/w Photos.

$29.95

American Cartoonists Nazi Germany and the Holocaust

By Rabbi Isidoro Aizenberg ( Curator & Text )

New York: The Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust ArchivesQueesborough Community College, 2009. 2009 exhibition catalogue. Date written on title page, otherwise in very nice condition.. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine +. Illus. by Color & b/w Illustrations.

$29.95

Where Have All the Children Gone?: Jewish Refugee Children During the Holocaust

By William L Shulman

NY: Holocaust Resource Center and Archives, Queensborough Community College , 2003. Date written on title page, otherwise in like new condition.. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine +. Illus. by Sepia Photos.

$24.95

From the Star of Shame to the Star of Courage: The Story of the Yellow Star

By Dr. William L. Shulman

NY: The Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust ArchivesQueesborough Community College, 2008. Date written on title page,otherwise in very nice condition.. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine +. Illus. by b/w Photos.

$29.95

Quenched Steel

By Edi Weinstein

Yad Vashem Publications,Israel, 2002. Gift inscribed and signed by author.. Signed by Author. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Near Fine +.

$39.95

Our Tomorrows Never Came
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Our Tomorrows Never Came

By Etunia Bauer Katz

Fordham University Press, 2000. Gift inscribed and signed by author.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Illus. by Some B/W Photos.

$24.95

Four Perfect Pebbles a Holocaust Story

By Lila Perl; Blumenth

Scholastic Inc, 1997. Gift inscribed and signed by author.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine.

$29.95

Sosua, the Dominican Republic: a Refuge from the Holocaust in the Tropics

By Rabbi Isidoro Aizenberg

New York: The Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust ArchivesQueesborough Community College, 2005. First Edition. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by b/w Photos.

$39.95

Diplomats of Mercy

By Rabbi Isidoro Aizenberg

NY: The Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust ArchivesQueesborough Community College, 2007. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by b/w Illustrations & Photos.

$37.95

Children of dust and heaven: A collective memoir

By Heilbrunn, Stefania

U.S.A.: S. Heilbrunn, 1978. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Very Good +.

$44.95

The Illusion of Safety: The Story of the Greek Jews During the Second World War
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The Illusion of Safety: The Story of the Greek Jews During the Second World War

By Michael Matsas

Pella Publishing Company, 1997. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Fine.

$599.95

The Destruction of Slonim Jewry: The Story of the Jews of Slonim During the Holocaust

By Albert, Nachum

NY: Unites States Holocaust, 1990. Picture of former partisan commander taped to free end page. Some residue from book cover that was taped to jacket, otherwise in very nice condition. From Library Journal Originally written in Yiddish by Holocaust survivor Alpert in 1947 within the constraining guidelines of the Stalinist regime, this book was expanded and enriched by the author when he left the Soviet Union over 30 years later. It relates the final years (September 1939-September 1942) of his native Slonim, Byelorussia when it was controlled first by the Soviets and then by the Nazis. Alpert strove to memorialize the 25,000 slain Jews of Slonim, and he painstakingly details names, places, and actions and reconstructs dialog garnered from oral testimonies, thus giving the book a novel-like feeling. There is a wealth of intimate information on the Slonim's inner life--including the barbaric Nazi tactics. Almost half the book focuses on Jewish partisans in the forests, illuminating their activities and their relationship to Soviet partisans. This important account of a community adds to the accumulating knowledge of Nazi actions against Jews and the Jewish response. -Benny Kraut, Univ. of Cincinnati Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc. . Not Indicated. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$69.95

A Study Guide Based on the Film Into the Arms of Strangers

By Scott Chamberlin and Gretchen Skidmore

Warner Bros Pubns, 2000. Not Indicated. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by b/w Photos.

$29.95

"Redemption" of Ahasuerus: The "Eternal Jew" in Nazi Film

By Baruch Gitlis

Holmfirth, 1991. An examination of film propaganda and its practical realization in the anti-Semitic Nazi cinema.. Not Indicated. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Illus. by Some B/W Photos.

$29.95

A Moral Reckoning : The Role of the Catholic Church in the Holocaust and Its Unfulfilled Duty of Repair
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A Moral Reckoning : The Role of the Catholic Church in the Holocaust and Its Unfulfilled Duty of Repair

By Goldhagen, Daniel Jonah

Little, Brown and Co., 2002. Daniel Jonah Goldhagen 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 was much deeper than has been understood. The Church's leaders were fully aware of the persecutions. They did not speak out and urge resistance. Instead, they supported many aspects of the persecution. Some clergy even took part in the mass murder. But Goldhagen goes further. He develops a new, precise way for assessing the Church and its clergy's culpability, which was more extensive and varied than has been supposed. He then shows that the Church has, even according to its own doctrine, an unacknowledged duty of repair. He explores it, analyzes the Church's tactics of evasion, and delineates all that the Church must do to repair the harm it inflicted on Jews, and to heal itself. Brilliantly researched and reasoned, A Moral Reckoning is a path-breaking book of profound, and potentially explosive, importance. About the Author Daniel Jonah Goldhagen is Associate Professor of Government and Social Studies at Harvard University and an Associate of Harvard's Minda de Gunzberg Centre for European Studies. He was awarded Germany's Democracy Prize for HITLER'S WILLING EXECUTIONERS. . Not Indicated. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine.

$29.95

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