Job: The Story of a Holocaust Survivor

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JOB
The Story of a Holocaust Survivor

JOSEPH FREEMAN

PRAEGER Westport, Connecticut London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Part One - Before The Destruction 1
  • 1 - Early School Years In Radom 3
  • 2 - Father's Family In Staszow 6
  • 3 - Gymnasium And University Years 11
  • Part Two - Hashoah 13
  • 4 - September 1, 1939 15
  • 5 - Walowa Street Ghetto 18
  • 6 - How the City Of Radom Died 22
  • 7 - Selections for The Death Camps 26
  • 8 - Kromolowsky Factory 30
  • 9 - Business At Kromolowsky 33
  • 10 - Isaac 36
  • 11 - The Ghetto Reduced 39
  • 12 - Winter 1942-43 42
  • 13 - "Exchange" Of Intellectuals 45
  • 14 - Letters 48
  • 15 - Szkolna 50
  • 16- Auschwitz 53
  • 17 - Vaihingen 56
  • 18 - Schoemberg 59
  • 19- First Day 63
  • 20 - Order 65
  • 21 - Lester 68
  • 22 - Lying with the Dead 73
  • 23 - Hospital In Schoemberg 76
  • 24 - Transports 80
  • 25 - Spaichingen 83
  • Part Three - Rebirth 87
  • 26 - Liberation 89
  • 27 - Hospital in Fussen 91
  • 28 - Feldafing 95
  • 29 - Return to Radom 99
  • 30 - Helen 101
  • 31 - Munich 104
  • 32 - Pasadena 108
  • 33 - Broken Silence 111
  • 34 - Return to the Ruins 117
  • 35 - Gates of Tomorrow 120
  • Glossary 125
  • About the Author 130
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