Anthology of Holocaust Literature

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ANTHOLOGY OF HOLOCAUST LITERATURE

EDITED BY JACOB GLATSTEIN ISRAEL KNOX SAMUEL MARGOSHES

Associate Editors: MORDECAI BERNSTEIN ADAH B. FOGEL

THE JEWISH PUBLICATION SOCIETY OF AMERICA PHILADELPHIA / 5729 / 1969

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Anthology of Holocaust Literature
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction xiii
  • Occupation, Actions, Selections 1
  • The Death Train 3
  • Sabbath 11
  • Tiengen 15
  • The Fraternal Grave of Four Jewish Settlements 25
  • City of Cracow 32
  • City of Cracow 33
  • Our Town is Burning 38
  • Life In the Ghettos 41
  • Notes from the Warsaw Ghetto 43
  • Perez Opoczinski 57
  • Smugglers 71
  • The Ghetto Kingdom 78
  • With My Martyred People 81
  • Vilna -- Story of a Ghetto 90
  • A Cupboard in the Ghetto 102
  • Hell in the Streets 109
  • Children 113
  • Meierl 115
  • Bodies of Children for the Animals in the Circus 117
  • Fear of Fear 118
  • Yanosz Korczak's Last Walk 134
  • Prose and Poetry by Three Children from Terezin 138
  • Zonderkommando in Birkenau 141
  • From One Camp to Another 148
  • Winter in the Forest 155
  • The Diary of David Rubinovcih 158
  • Letters from the Ghetto 161
  • The Diary of a Young Girl 164
  • Concentration and Death Camps 175
  • A Year in Treblinka Horror Camp 178
  • The Story of Ten Days 186
  • The Wache 206
  • Stephen and Anne 216
  • The Death Brigade 225
  • The Terezin Requiem 241
  • Execution in Plashow 250
  • Scoundrels' Entertainments 253
  • Maidanek 257
  • The Yellow Star 259
  • In the Sick Hut 264
  • Resistance 273
  • Jewish Resistance to Nazism: Its Various Forms and Aspects 275
  • The Girl in Soldiers' Boots 291
  • Dr. Yehezkel Atlas, Partisan Commander 299
  • The Jewish Uprising in Warsaw 307
  • In Fire and Blood 309
  • Hehalutz Resistance in Hungary 314
  • The Treblinka Revolt 319
  • Revolt 325
  • Appeal of the Jewish Fighting Organization to the Polish Population 328
  • The Conscience of the World 329
  • A Manifesto of the Jewish Resistance in Vilna 332
  • The Last Wish of My Life Has Been Fulfilled 334
  • Jewish Cultural Activity in the Ghettos of Poland 336
  • I Believe 340
  • On the Agenda: Death 341
  • Jewish Partisan Song 349
  • Captain Jaquel's Story 350
  • The Non-Jews 359
  • At the Railroad Tracks 361
  • Polish Friends 364
  • A Polish Woman Relates Her Story 370
  • To the Polish Jews 373
  • Chambon-Sur-Lignon 375
  • Gallows in the Balut Market 382
  • The Fugitives 385
  • Address at the J.N.F., September 20, 1965 392
  • Glossary 397
  • Biographies 403
  • Acknowledgments 409
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