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The Fighting Ghettos (Original title: Seifer Milchamot Hagetaot)

By: "Barkai, Meyer (ed. & trans.)"

Price: $12.49

Publisher: "Philadelphia, PA", 1962

Edition: (1st English edition)

Seller ID: 4-8H007

Condition: VERY GOOD-/Good- dj


"Tight, clean interior, faint foxing to exterior page edges, light age soil to cover edges, square. Map covers and endpapers. Slight softening and rubbing to spine ends. Owners name inside front cover. Dust jacket is present but soiled with a few tiny rips along edges. Originally publish in Hebrew in Tel Aviv in 1954 by the Ghetto Fighters House and Kibbutz Hammeuchad. ""Firsthand account of Jewish resistance to the Germans - Within the Ghetto Walls, In the Concentration Camps, In the Forests""" View more info

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We are Witnesses: five diaries of Teenagers Who died in the Holocaust

By: "Boas, Jacob"

Price: $5.95

Publisher: NY, 1996

Edition: (12th printing)

Seller ID: 10P003

ISBN: 059084475X

Condition: FINE


"As new - appears unread. ""all teenagers during WWII…lived in different parts of Europe…different lives. But they all had something in common: they were Jewish…they were five of the six million men, women, and children sentenced to death…""" View more info

Documents of Destruction: Germany and Jewry 1933-1945

By: "Hiberg, Rual (ed.)"

Price: $16.95

Publisher: "Chicago,IL", 1971

Edition: (1st edition)

Seller ID: 3NT004

Condition: NEAR FINE


"As new except for rubbing to covers and cover edges. Tiny chip to back cover corner. Appears unread. ""a compendium of documents which portray the Nazi holocaust in all its relentlessness and complexity. Nowhere else can the quiet horror of the destruction process be perceived quite so well as in these records...selections cover all the major regions of Nazi-dominated Europe...""" View more info

Night

By: "Wiesel, Elie"

Price: $18.95

Publisher: NY, 1969

Edition: "(3rd printing, August, 1970)"

Seller ID: 4DP020r

Condition: VERY GOOD-


" Tight, light age tanning, clean & square, but some chipping to cover edges and tiny corner bump. The author's story of his childhood as the only member of his family who survived the Nazi death camps (Auschwitz and Buchenwald). Wiesel was the winner of the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize." View more info