Warsaw: Interpress Publishers, 1970. Wraps. Good. Item #008406
Wraps. 244 pp. Black and white photos throughout. A firsthand account of the plight of the Jews in Occupied Poland during the late 1930s and 1940s. This includes a look at the onset of trouble and escalating oppression of the Jewish communities during the first part of the Nazi occupation and the subsequent interment and genocide in the concentration camps. With chapters on Polish reaction to the Jewish struggles, as well as the efforts, both underground and publicly, to save them. Wladyslaw Bartoszewski was an active member of the Polish underground during World War II, working several different organizations upon his release from Auschwitz in 1941. GOOD+ condition. Light fading, scuffing, creasing and curling to the covers. Minor toning to the text block.
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