November 12, 2007
Available in the Farragut School Library
Annotations courtesy of OPAC, Follett, Inc.
Leigh, Vanora. Anne Frank. Traces the life of a young Jewish girl who kept a diary during two years she and her family hid from the Germans in an Amsterdam attic.
92 Fra HS
Frank, Anne, 1929-1945. The diary of a young girl. The diary of a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl who died in a concentration camp during World War II.
92 Fra HS
Wukovits, John F. Anne Frank. Discusses the life of Anne Frank, focusing on the years she and her family spent in hiding and the impact of her story upon the world.
Kallen, Stuart A. Holocausts in other lands. Recounts Holocausts from around the world illustrating what biases and prejudices can lead to.
304.8 Gru HS
Gruber, Ruth. Exodus 1947 : the ship that launched the nation. The author tells about her experiences in Haifa in 1947 as a foreign correspondent for the "New York Post," where she witnessed the arrival of the ship, Exodus 1947, carrying over 4,500 Holocaust survivors who were attempting to find refuge in Palestine.
Kallen, Stuart A. The history of a hatred. Gives a brief history of antisemitism from 70 A.D.-1932.
Kallen, Stuart A. The faces of resistance. Explains how many people, acting out of simple human decency, tried to help the Jews of Europe who were persecuted by the German Nazis.
741.9 Ine HS
I never saw another butterfly : children's drawings and poems from Terez'n Concentration Camp, 1942-1944. A selection of children's poems and drawings reflecting their surroundings in Terez'n Concentration Camp in Czechoslovakia from 1942 to 1944.
808 Bea HS
Bearing witness : stories of the Holocaust . A collection of twenty-four writings remembering the experience of the Holocaust, including short stories, memoirs, poems, filmscripts, and an excerpt from the autobiographical comic book "Maus II: A Survivor's Tale.".
920 Pet HS
Pettit, Jayne. A place to hide. The story of some of the brave rescuers who risked their lives to help the Jews during Hitler's take over of Europe.
940.5 Pre HS
Pressler, Mirjam. Anne Frank : a hidden life. Describes the background in which Anne Frank's life and diary were set as she hid in an attic in Nazi-occupied Holland for two years.
940.5 Ros HS
Rosenberg, Maxine B. Hiding to survive : stories of Jewish children rescued from the Holocaust. First person accounts of fourteen Holocaust survivors who as children were hidden from the Nazis by non-Jews.
940.53 Ann HS
Anne Frank in the world : 1929-1945. More than two hundred photos and informative captions present Anne Frank's family before their years in hiding from the Nazis; chronicle the events that affected their lives in Germany and the Netherlands; and show late twentieth-century examples of racism and racial violence in the U.S. and Europe.
940.53 Bar HS
Bartoszewski, W'ladys'law. The Warsaw ghetto : a Christian's testimony.
940.53 Fet HS
Fettman, Leo. Shoah: journey from the ashes. : A personal story of triumph over the Holocaust.
940.53 Gre HS
Greenfeld, Howard. The hidden children. Text and black and white photographs describe the experiences of those Jewish children who were forced to go into hiding during the Holocaust and survived to tell about it.
940.53 Hil HS
Hillman, Laura. I will plant you a lilac tree : a memoir of a Schindler's list survivor. The author tells of her experiences in eight concentrations camps as a young Jewish woman in World War II Germany, and shares the story of how she and her husband met and fell in love in spite of their situation, and how they were saved by being put on the list to work at Oskar Schindler's factory.
940.53 Hor HS
Horn, Joseph. Mark it with a stone. The author recounts his experiences as a twelve-year-old Jewish boy in Radom, Poland who survived the Holocaust, spending the years between 1939 and 1945 in the ghetto, as a slave-labor worker, and at the Blizyn, Auschwitz, and Bergen-Belsen concentration camps.
940.53 Jac HS
Jackson, Livia Bitton. I have lived a thousand years : growing up in the Holocaust. A memoir of Elli Friedmann in which she tells about her experiences at Auschwitz concentration camp where she was taken at the age of thirteen in 1944 when the Nazis invaded her native Hungary.
Kallen, Stuart A. Bearing witness. An overview of the Holocaust and its aftermath, including the Nuremberg Trials and the birth of Israel.
Kallen, Stuart A. The Holocaust, 1939-1946 . Tells the story of the Holocaust in which millions of Jews were tortured and killed.
Kallen, Stuart A. The Nazis seize power, 1933-1941 : Jewish life before the Holocaust. Explains how hatred and anti-Semitism stalked the Jews of Europe.
940.53 Lan HS
We survived the Holocaust. A collection of the memoirs of sixteen Jewish Holocaust survivors.
McCann, Michelle Roehm. Luba : the angel of Bergen-Belsen . A biography of the Jewish heroine, Luba Tryszynska, who saved the lives of more than fifty Jewish children in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp during the winter of 1944/45.
940.53 Rol HS
Rol, Ruud van der. Anne Frank, beyond the diary : a photographic remembrance. Photographs, illustrations, and maps accompany historical essays, diary excerpts, and interviews, providing an insight into Anne Frank and the massive upheaval which tore apart her world.
940.53 Rub HS
Rubin, Arnold P. The evil that men do : the story of the Nazis. Describes the rise of Nazi power and the events of the Holocaust when more than six million Jews and other minorities were systematically destroyed.
Vander Zee, Ruth. Erika's story. A woman recalls how she was thrown from a train headed for a Nazi death camp in 1944, raised by someone who risked her own life to save the baby's, and finally found some peace through her own family.
940.53 Waj HS
Wajikra, Ben. Tales from the milestone. : My life before and during 1940 - 1945.
940.54 Dis HS
Distel, Barbara. Concentration Camp Dachau : 1933-1945.
940.54 Fra HS
Frank, Anne. Anne Frank, the diary of a young girl.
943.086 Aus HS
The Auschwitz album : a book based upon an album discovered by a concentration camp survivor, Lili Mier. Album of black and white photographs of the Jews at Auschwitz. An introduction explains how the photographs survived, were found, and came to be published.
943.086 Mel HS
Meltzer, Milton. Never to forget : the Jews of the holocaust. An account of the Nazi destruction of six million Jews during World War II, with personal experiences of life in the ghettos and concentration camps recorded in letters, diaries, memoirs, poems, and songs.
949.2 Gol HS
Gold, Alison Leslie. Memories of Anne Frank : reflections of a childhood friend. Recounts the story of Hannah Goslar, a close friend of Anne Frank and one of the last to see her alive.