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by Joseph J. Preil,Elie Wiesel

Author: Joseph J. Preil,Elie Wiesel
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Rutgers University Press (October 30, 2001)
Pages: 360 pages
Category: History
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A project of the Holocaust Resource Center of Kean University, New Jersey, this book is a reference tool for teaching .

A project of the Holocaust Resource Center of Kean University, New Jersey, this book is a reference tool for teaching the Holocaust, for Holocaust survivors and their families, and for the general reader. Drawing on the center's central missions is to produce and preserve a series of oral-history videotapes based on the personal experiences of Holocaust survivors who reside in New Jersey. Joseph J. Preil brings together the most compelling testimonies of 153 Holocaust survivors as well as twenty concentration-camp liberators.

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Joseph J Preil (2001). Holocaust testimonies : European survivors and American liberators in New Jersey. Rutgers University Press. p. 102. ISBN 978-0-8135-2947-9.

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New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1998. xi + 243 p. ISBN 0-8135-2590-X.

Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2001xvi + 339 pp. No price listed. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1998.

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Reading the testimonies of the survivors as well as those of the liberators is. .Indifference has been famously deemed by Holocaust survivor, Elie Wiesel, to be the opposite of love.

Reading the testimonies of the survivors as well as those of the liberators is amazing and very accurate. Mr. Rozell has done intensive work and managed to bring the survivors and the liberators to meet after more than fifty years-just before it would have been too late. This book describes the experience of not only Matthew Rozell, but the survivors and their liberators. Matthew wanted to do justice of the narrative by the Holocaust, as evidenced by this microcosmic event of the liberation of the train in the backdrop of the vastness of the macrocosm of the Holocaust.

a b Preil, Joseph J. (30 October 2001). Holocaust Testimonies: European survivors and American liberators in New Jersey. 185. ISBN 0-8135-2947-6. a b c d e f g Silber, Dovid (February 2003). Noble Lives, Noble Deeds II: Captivating stories and biographical profiles of spiritual giants. Mesorah Publications.

This new translation by Marion Wiesel, Elie's wife and frequent translator . Doriel, a European expatriate living in New York, suffers from a profound sense of desperation and loss.

Determined to speak out more actively for both Holocaust survivors and the disenfranchised everywhere, he sets himself a challenge: "I will become militant.

A project of the Holocaust Resource Center of Kean University, New Jersey, this book is a reference tool for teaching the Holocaust, for Holocaust survivors and their families, and for the general reader. Drawing on the center’s central missions is to produce and preserve a series of oral-history videotapes based on the personal experiences of Holocaust survivors who reside in New Jersey. Joseph J. Preil brings together the most compelling testimonies of 153 Holocaust survivors as well as twenty concentration-camp liberators. Through these riveting accounts, the book traces the mass murder of the Jews across Europe in a geographical as well as chronological order. The testimonies in each chapter are grouped by the witnesses’ country or region of origin, preceded by a brief introduction of the history of events in a particular area. In the last part of the book, American soldiers recount their impressions of being present at the liberation of the camps.

“If you can imagine that the Jew to the German was like a cockroach. In the United States, if you step on a cockroach . . . it doesn’t mean anything to you. The same thing, exactly the same thing, the Jew was to the German—a cockroach. . . . One particular Shabbos (Sabbath), they shot twelve or thirteen people in my area. In other words, the German had the right, if he saw me, any Jew that he saw in the street, he could go over to you calmly, take out his revolver, and put it to your head, and shoot you down like a . . . roach. . . . It was a free-for-all.”—Testimony of Sol Einhorn, cited in Holocaust Testimonies: European Survivors and American Liberators in New Jersey