Different voices: women and the Holocaust
Carol Rittner, John K. Roth
Paragon House, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 435 pages
Neither before, during, nor after the Holocaust have women been silent about the experiences that left them forever marked by the "Final Solution". Here are 28 selections, some long out of print and some written this year, brought together to intensify an awareness of the depths of the Holocaust's tragedy.
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This book is, understandably, difficult to read. Nevertheless, it brings to light issues of the Holocaust I had never considered before. Specifically the focus of the book is on how Jewish women ... Read full review
Review: Different Voices: Women and the HolocaustUser Review - Goodreads
A very informative look at women's experiences during the Holocaust. It includes personal stories from survivors ranging from arrival in the camp to life in the camp; perspectives from perpetrators ...
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