My Secret Camera: Life in the Lodz Ghetto
Mendel Grossman, one of the many Jews imprisoned in the Lodz Ghetto during World War II, was driven by a passion to bear witness to the human suffering that was going on around him. He secretly photographed people and events in the ghetto, leaving a historical record. In this photographic information book, the reader is taken on a journey with Grossman and his camera. The text emphasizes hope for the future, rather than the suffering of the past.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - leibrockkr - LibraryThing
My Secret Camera: Life in the Lodz Ghetto features Jewish photographer and Lodz Ghetto prisoner, Mendel Grossman's, photographs. There are 17 photographs featured, but each and every one of them ... Read full review
MY SECRET CAMERA: Life in the Lodz GhettoUser Review - Kirkus
During the Nazi occupation of the Lodz ghetto, Mendel Grossman took black and white photographs with a camera hidden under his coat. The photographer died during the war, but before his death he hid ... Read full review