The Diary of Mary Berg : Growing up in the Warsaw GhettoMaterial type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: New York : Oneworld Publications, 2013Description: 1 online resource (414 p.)ISBN: 9781780744469Subject(s): Berg, Mary, 1924- -- Diaries | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Warsaw | Jews -- Poland -- Warsaw -- Diaries | World War, 1939-1945 -- Personal narratives, JewishGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Diary of Mary Berg : Growing up in the Warsaw GhettoDDC classification: 940.5318092 LOC classification: D804.G4 B38 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Preface to 1945 edition; Introduction; Chapter I Warsaw Besieged; Chapter II The Ghetto Begins; Chapter III Life Goes On; Chapter IV Underground; Chapter V Russian Bombs; Chapter VI Typhus; Chapter VII "Violence Against Thy Brother"; Chapter VIII Horror Stalks The Streets; Chapter IX Another Year; Chapter X Spring Is Cruel; Chapter XI The Germans Take Pictures; Chapter XII The Privileged Go To Prison; Chapter XIII The Children Go For A Walk; Chapter XIV The End Of The Jewish Police; Chapter XV Bloody Days Again
Chapter XVI Internment CampChapter XVII The Battle Of The Ghetto; Chapter XVIII Journey To Freedom; Notes; Bibliography; Chronology of Events; Index
A revised edition of an extraordinary record of life in the Warsaw Ghetto, first published in 1945, before the end of World War 2. Originally edited by SL Schneiderman, this edition has a new introduction by Susan Lee Pentlin.On her fifteenth birthday, as the German army tightens its grip on Warsaw, Mary Berg begins writing her diary. She does not yet know that by the time she has filled twelve small notebooks she will have endured four years of Nazi terror and recorded in vivid detail some of the most important events of the twentieth century.From the siege of Warsaw to the final, brutal suppression of the Ghetto Uprising, she documents the plight of the refugees, the lives of the nouveaux riches, the forced conscription, the deportations and the heroism of the resistance fighters who rose up against German oppression. Rescued with her family through an allied prisoner exchange, Mary smuggled out of Warsaw the diary she had begun four years earlier. In doing so, she brought to light one of the most incredible documents of the Second World War - the uniquely personal story of a life-loving girl''s encounter with unparalleled human suffering, and an extraordinary insight into one of the darkest chapters of history.
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