By Donald L. Niewyk
those interviews surround survivors from Poland, Lithuania, Germany, France, Slovakia, and Hungary, ranging in age from their early youngsters to their seventies. Their extraordinary tales make clear such debatable topics as relatives among Jews and acquaintances or strangers who prolonged or withheld relief, possibilities for and stumbling blocks to Jewish resistance, the sufferers' knowledge--or loss of knowledge--about the destiny that awaited them in Nazi fingers, survival ideas, women's event of the Holocaust, the Nazi perform of putting prisoners in command of their fellow inmates, and the liberators' postwar therapy of freed focus camp inmates.
In an creation, Donald Niewyk describes this amazing interviewing undertaking and strains the overpowering stumbling blocks Boder confronted to find an viewers for the survivor narratives he collected.
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