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  african americans     anti-semitism     civil rights movements     concentration camps     europe     france     holocaust     jewish     jim crow     military     nazis     physics     poland     race relations     racism     segregation     slavery     soldiers     war     wwii  

Latest addition to the database:

Auschwitz
  • Annotation:
    • Clumsy, superficial, and cliched account of life in Auschwitz, as told from the perspective of two survivors, a husband and wife who were separated and lost their daughter in the camp. Bracketed by scenes in the former Yugoslavia in 1993.
  • Creators:
    • Author - Pascal Croci
    • Illustrator - Pascal Croci
  • Publication Information:
    • Harry N. Abrams, New York, 2003
  • Color or Black & White:
    • Black and White
  • Genre:
    • Historical Fiction
  • Bibliography Available:
    • Yes
  • Original Language
    • French
  • Historical Topic/Event
    • Auschwitz (Concentration camp)
    • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)
    • World War (1939-1945)
  • Geographic Setting
    • Europe
    • Poland
  • Date Range
    • 1944 - 1945
  • Tags
    • holocaust, ww ii, nazis, concentration camps, auschwitz, Jewish, Europe, anti-semitism, holocaust survivors, Poland
  • Notes:
    • Includes an interview with and comments from Croci. Also contains glossary, character studies, references, etc. Bibliography contains fictionalized accounts of the Holocaust, as well as eyewitness accounts.

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