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Flares of memory : stories of childhood during the Holocaust / edited by Anita Brostoff with Sheila Chamovitz.

Contributor(s): Brostoff, Anita [editor.] | Chamovitz, Sheila [editor.] | Gale Group.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Gale virtual reference library.Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Oxford University Press, 2001Description: 1 online resource (xxxix, 344 p.) : ports.ISBN: 9780195313529 (electronic book); 0195313526 (electronic book).Subject(s): Jewish children in the Holocaust -- BiographyAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Flakes of memory.DDC classification: 940.5318 LOC classification: D804.195Online resources: Click here to view this ebook. Summary: In a series of writing workshops at the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh, survivors who were children or teens during World War II assembled to remember the moments in which their lives were irreparably changed by the Nazis. The result is ninety-two brief vignettes arranged both chronologically and thematically which recreate the disbelief and chaos that ensued as families were separated, political rights were abolished, and synagogues and Jewish businesses were destroyed.
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D804.18 .M53 2017 Microhistories of the Holocaust / D804.18 .P47 2016 Persistent legacy : D804.195 Holding on and holding out : D804.195 F537 2001 Flares of memory : D804.195 .F74 1998 | D804.195.F Fresh Wounds : D804.196 -- R6814 2010eb Sans masque. D804.3 The Origins of the Final Solution :

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In a series of writing workshops at the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh, survivors who were children or teens during World War II assembled to remember the moments in which their lives were irreparably changed by the Nazis. The result is ninety-two brief vignettes arranged both chronologically and thematically which recreate the disbelief and chaos that ensued as families were separated, political rights were abolished, and synagogues and Jewish businesses were destroyed.

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