Élie Wiesel - 1964 - 179 Seiten
After the Second World War Michael, a young Jew, returns to his Eastern European village to contemplate the fate of his people and those who watched them go to death
Élie Wiesel - 2002 - 47 Seiten
Richly illustrated with photographs from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, a powerful collection of memories and reflections sheds new light on the horrors of the Holocaust ...
Alexander Donat - 1978 - 361 Seiten
Relates the actual experiences of a Polish Jewish family which managed to survive through the years of Nazi terrorism in the Warsaw Ghetto and the death camps
Leo Bretholz, Michael Olesker - 1999 - 288 Seiten
A harrowing memoir of life on the run in Nazi-occupied Europe chronicles the adventures of a Jewish boy who escaped from German imprisonment seven times in seven years ...