Nine Suitcases: A Memoir

Schocken Books, 2004 - 324 Seiten
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A compelling memoir of the Holocaust, never before published in English, recalls the author's harrowing experiences in the ghetto and as a forced laborer in the Ukraine, furnishing a shocking study of fascism in Hungary and the depths to which humans--victims and perpetrators alike--can go in extreme circumstances. 12,500 first printing.

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Review: Nine Suitcases: A Memoir

Nutzerbericht  - Kelly Mahaney - Goodreads

This was a great book on the Holocaust, one of the best I have ever read. Originally published in Hungary in weekly installments starting in 1946, it tells the story of Béla Zsolt's experiences in the ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

Review: Nine Suitcases: A Memoir

Nutzerbericht  - Tress Huntley - Goodreads

A second reading felt necessary after finishing The Invisible Bridge. Words don't suffice for how frightening and honest this is. The worst thing about it is it's true. Should be required reading. Vollständige Rezension lesen


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Über den Autor (2004)

Bela Zsolt was one of Hungary's best-known writers in the early twentieth century. He found refuge in Switzerland in 1944, and returned to Hungary in 1945 and became an anti-communist member of parliament. He died in 1949.

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