Holocaust Memoir Digest: Survivors' Published Memoirs with Study Guide and Maps, Volume 2
Esther Goldberg, Martin Gilbert
Vallentine Mitchell, 2004 - Reference - 172 pages
The Holocaust Memoir Digest consists of detailed summaries of the published memoirs of Holocaust survivors. For some survivors, the need to write and record their eyewitness accounts began as soon as the war ended; for others, it is their advancing years that have created the impetus to publish their personal testimonies. These memoirs have become a body of knowledge, which the Holocaust Memoir Digest presents in a standardized format. The Digest uses quotations from each memoir to convey the experiences, personality and perspective of the author in a concise and comprehensive manner.
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