The Warsaw diary of Adam Czerniakow

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Stein and Day, 1979 - Biography & Autobiography - 420 pages
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Before he killed himself in 1942, Czerniakow was for almost three years the Nazi-sponsored mayor of the Warsaw Ghetto--yet a Jew, devoted to his people. This secret journal is not only the testimony of an unbearable personal burden but the documentary of the Ghetto's terminal agony. It is the most important diary to emerge from the Holocaust. A tale of Kafkaesque horror. --Houston Chronicle

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Extremely abbreviated daily descriptions of Warsaw immediately following the German invasion; followed by the excruciatingly incremental, falsely legal destruction of the Jewish population. Written by the Community leader. Read full review

Contents

Introduction Raul Hilberg and Stanislaw Staron
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THE DIARY
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Notebook One September 6 1939November 30 1939
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