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Protective Custody: Prisoner 34042 , Hörbuch, D...
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Susan Cernyak-Spatz was born in Vienna in 1922. In the following 23 years, she experienced many of the terrors of her fellow European Jews: early Nazi oppression in Berlin; post-Anschluss Vienna; Nazi occupied Prague; and deportation to Theresienstadt in 1942. But the true horrors of the Nazi "Final Solution" awaited her in Birkenau, the woman's concentration camp where she survived her internment, beginning in January, 1943, for two years. These months of hell were followed by a "Death March" and incarceration in Ravensbrück from which she and a group of fellow inmates walked away to freedom. As Professor Emerita in German literature at UNC-Charlotte, Dr. Cernyak-Spatz continues to teach and to lecture about the Holocaust. This audiobook is a rare firsthand testament of a Holocaust survivor. Narrated by the author, Susan Cernyak-Spatz. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Susan Cernyak-Spatz. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/023742/bk_acx0_023742_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Last Stop Auschwitz
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Eddy de Wind (1916¿1987) was the last Jewish doctor to graduate from Leiden University in the Netherlands during World War Two. He volunteered to work at the Westerbork labour camp under the false impression that his mother, who had been taken by the Germans, would be saved from deportation. There, he met and married his first wife, Friedel. The couple was deported to Auschwitz in 1943. De Wind returned to Holland in the summer of 1945 and specialized as a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. In 1949 he published ¿Confrontation with Death¿, his famous article in which he introduced the idea of concentration-camp syndrome. Last Stop Auschwitz was published in Dutch in February 1946. As far as is known, it is the only complete book written in Auschwitz itself.

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Last Stop Auschwitz
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Eddy de Wind (1916¿1987) was the last Jewish doctor to graduate from Leiden University in the Netherlands during World War Two. He volunteered to work at the Westerbork labour camp under the false impression that his mother, who had been taken by the Germans, would be saved from deportation. There, he met and married his first wife, Friedel. The couple was deported to Auschwitz in 1943. De Wind returned to Holland in the summer of 1945 and specialized as a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. In 1949 he published ¿Confrontation with Death¿, his famous article in which he introduced the idea of concentration-camp syndrome. Last Stop Auschwitz was published in Dutch in February 1946. As far as is known, it is the only complete book written in Auschwitz itself.

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On the Rope: A Hero's Story
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The compelling story of how the quiet artisan Reinhold Duschka (1900-1993) came to save two lives in Vienna during the Nazi rule. Duschka managed to hide Jewish mother Regina and her daughter Lucia in his workshop for four years. The three of them were tied together with an invisible rope, surviving by luck and mutual trust. What happened afterwards is explored and the humble and honest Duschka is why this story touches so much. This story wouldn't exist without the promise that Lucia Heilman gave to herself: To honour the passionate alpinist Reinhold Duschka who saved her and her mother from the deportation to a Nazi-German concentration camp. Based on Lucia's memories, Erich Hackl covers the dramatic if monotonous years in the hide out, to the immediate present. Hackl's exact language, which is glowing with passion, not only brings to life saviours and saved - it forces us to acknowledge the current relevance of this story, living in a Europe where civil courage is needed more than ever

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On the Rope: A Hero's Story
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The compelling story of how the quiet artisan Reinhold Duschka (1900-1993) came to save two lives in Vienna during the Nazi rule. Duschka managed to hide Jewish mother Regina and her daughter Lucia in his workshop for four years. The three of them were tied together with an invisible rope, surviving by luck and mutual trust. What happened afterwards is explored and the humble and honest Duschka is why this story touches so much. This story wouldn't exist without the promise that Lucia Heilman gave to herself: To honour the passionate alpinist Reinhold Duschka who saved her and her mother from the deportation to a Nazi-German concentration camp. Based on Lucia's memories, Erich Hackl covers the dramatic if monotonous years in the hide out, to the immediate present. Hackl's exact language, which is glowing with passion, not only brings to life saviours and saved - it forces us to acknowledge the current relevance of this story, living in a Europe where civil courage is needed more than ever

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Treasures from the Attic: The Extraordinary Sto...
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Anne Frank wrote a diary from the age of 13 as she hid for over two years in the back of an Amsterdam warehouse escaping the horrors of Nazi occupation. An intimate record of adolescence and confinement, anger and heartbreak, it is among the most enduring documents of the 20th century. Famed throughout the world and read by tens of millions of people in many different translations, it remains a beloved and deeply admired testament to the indestructible nature of the human spirit. Recently discovered documents and photographs of Anne and her family, including letters from her, her father's letters from Auschwitz and his poignant descriptions of searching for his family after the war, have been made into a family saga by Mirjam Pressler, the editor of the definitive edition of the Diary. The book, which reads like a novel, recounts the story of Anne's family before, during and after the war. It contrasts the normality of family life with the horrors of persecution, deportation, and the concentration camps, and through it we gain new insight into Anne and her iconic diary, one of those unique documents that portray innocence and humanity, suffering and survival in the starkest and most moving terms. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sherry Adams-Foster. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/orio/000395/bk_orio_000395_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Journey: A Tale of the Holocaust , Hörbuch,...
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A dystopian tale of the Holocaust. This not a tale of war or of suffering; it is, however, a tale of survival, a child’s bravery, and a mother’s revenge. In January 1942, concentration camps were constructed by slave labor in Poland. For the deportation of Jewish men women and children to these camps, railway transport was provided by the German national railway system under the supervision of the Gestapo, the SS, and the German police. One of these children, Rachel Silbermann, a 10-year-old Jewish girl, was deported along with her family from Berlin to Auschwitz-Berkinau. By a miracle, she and her family survived the four-day journey in a cattle truck. These trucks were without heat, and, in most cases, only a bucket was provided for sanitation purposes.When Rachel arrived at Auschwitz death-camp, she came, like many other children especially twins, under the auspices of Doctor Mengele, known as "Doctor Death". But a strange twist of fate found her caring for a group of young twins. Her mother, however, unlike the rest of her family who perished, escaped and joined the Polish resistance where she learned a new trade and learned it well; she became a sniper, a very successful one. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Veleka Gray. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/131009/bk_acx0_131009_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Disappearance of Daniel Klein , Hörbuch, Di...
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The Disappearance of Daniel Klein chronicles the story of a boy magician with mismatched eyes (one blue, one green) who captures the dark interest of a Nazi research doctor. Despite growing up as a Jewish orphan in the midst of World War II, Daniel Klein still believes in the miraculous and the good and all that comes with it. He finds solace in magic, spends his afternoon hours pulling silver coins from the air and turning white handkerchiefs red, proving again and again that things are not always as they seem. But on one night, with one little boy decision, Daniel and his friends unknowingly give up their only chance to avoid deportation to a concentration camp. At that camp resides Karl Vendel, an awkward and obsessive Nazi research doctor who takes a dark interest in Daniel s rare eye color. As Daniel struggles to cope with the conditions of the camp and the impending loss of his sight, he finds himself increasingly confused, unable to separate imagination from reality. And as he begins to witness miraculous, near otherworldly things, Daniel wonders if he is losing his sanity or if something from the beyond is trying to help him survive. Penned by screenwriter, Cynthia Hagan, The Disappearance of Daniel Klein is a story about the bonds of childhood friendship and the transcending power of belief. More, it begs us to ask the question: Is there life beyond life as we know it? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Gregory Peyton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/045200/bk_acx0_045200_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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From the Holocaust to Hogan's Heroes
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Robert Clary (born Robert Max Widerman in Paris in 1926) is best known for his portrayal of the spirited Corporal Louis Lebeau on the popular television series Hogan's Heroes (on the air from 1965 to 1971 and widely syndicated around the globe). But it is Clary's experiences as a Jew during the Holocaust that infuse his compelling memoir with an honest recognition of life's often horrific reality, a recognition that counters his glittering five-decade career as an actor, singer, and artist and distinguishes this book from those by other entertainers. Clary describes his childhood in Paris, the German occupation in 1940, and his deportation in 1942 at the age of sixteen to the infamous transit camp Drancy. He recounts his nightmarish, two-and-a-half-year incarceration in Nazi concentration camps like Ottmuth, Blechhammer, Gross-Rosen, and Buchenwald. In April 1945, the Allies liberated Clary and other inmates. But the news that his parents, two sisters, two half-sisters, and two nephews had not survived the Nazis' genocidal campaign against the Jews reduced his joy to grief. After the war, Clary made his way to the United States and, against great odds, achieved fame on Broadway and in Hollywood. From the Holocaust to Hogan's Heroes is Robert Clary's extraordinary account of his remarkable life both as a survivor and as an entertainer. Once read, it will not be forgotten.

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