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by Roger Moorhouse
A group of Polish diplomats developed a scheme of forging passports and identification papers, which were smuggled into German occupied countries, to aid the escape of Jews from Europe.View on CountyCat
by Eric Lichtblau
Freddy Mayer, a German-born Jew returned to Germany as a spy, where he conducted dangerous secret missions to destroy the Nazi regime. This true story reads like a thriller.View on CountyCat
by Richard Hurowitz.
This collection profi les ten brave individuals who risked their personal safety to provide hiding places for Jews, and helped to secretly transport persecuted individuals to safe countries during the Holocaust.View on CountyCat
by Daniel Finkelstein
Finkelstein retells the harrowing story of how relatives on both sides of his family survived the Holocaust.
by Jeremy Eichler
Eichler describes how legendary composers: Benjamin Britten, Arnold Schoenberg, Dmitri Shostakovich and Richard Strauss, lived through the era of the Second World War and the Holocaust, and later expressed their experiences through deeply emotional music.View on CountyCat
by Hédi Fried; translated by Alice E. Olsson
As a Holocaust survivor, Fried tells her story through questions she was most often asked as an educator and presenter and turned them into a book to help youth understand this time in history. Ages 9-11View on CountyCat
by Miriam Katin.
The harrowing story of how Katin and her mother escaped from the Nazi invasion of Budapest. Ages 15-18.View on CountyCat
by Sarah Silberstein Swartz
Learn the story of nine women who played important roles during World War II. Ages 12-18View on CountyCat
by Story by Frank W. Baker
A cautionary tale telling the story of two Polish Jews who survived concentration camps and then escaped to the United States to eventually raise a family. Ages 12-16.View on CountyCat
by story by Jessica Bab Bonde; art by Peter Bergting; translation by Jessica Bab Bonde & Sunshine Barbito
This graphic novel memoir is based on real-life interviews of six Holocaust survivors and what they endured, along with their stories of how they survived. Ages 15-18View on CountyCat