Women in the Holocaust: A Collection of Testimonies, Volume 1
Yehoshuʻa Aibeshits, Anna Eilenberg-Eibeshitz
Remember, 1993 - Holocaust survivors - 248 pages
Features testimonies detailing the oppression and forced labor of Jewish women during the Holocaust, who were important mainstays in their families.
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