'The Dutch in Wartime: Survivors Remember' is a series of books containing the wartime memories of Dutch immigrants to Canada and the USA, who survived Nazi occupation of the Netherlands from 1940 to 1945. In book 3, 'Witnessing the Holocaust' sixteen writers tell us how Dutch Jews were first isolated from society and then dragged from their homes or picked up off the streets and put on trains to the East to be murdered in Nazi death camps. We read first-hand accounts of neighbours, friends and family disappearing for ever; of trying to survive by going 'underground' to hide from the Nazis; of betrayal and its dreadful consequences. We read the stark memories of life in Nazi concentration camps Vught, Theresienstadt and Neuengamme. Designed and written to be easily accessible to readers of all ages and backgrounds, this book contains intimate memories of the victims of the worst crime ever committed.
Author: Tom Bijvoet Publisher: Mokeham Publishing Inc. Published: 01/02/2012 Pages: 98 Binding Type: Paperback Weight: 0.25lbs Size: 8.00h x 5.00w x 0.23d ISBN: 9780986830846