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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This account was suppressed by the Communists for forty years. . It was originally published in installments in Hungary starting in 1946. I did find it interesting in the fact that it was Hungary and ... Vollständige Rezension lesen

Nine suitcases: a memoir

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Prior to the Holocaust, Zsolt was a well-known figure in the Hungarian literary scene. Deported with his family to Bergen-Belsen, he was saved from Auschwitz by Rezs Kastner's scheme to exchange ... Vollständige Rezension lesen


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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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