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Bearing Witness: Stories of the Holocaust #2020

Bearing Witness Stories of the Holocaust Offers a multifaceted view of the Holocaust from a child s bewilderment at having to wear a star and later go into hiding to the agony of the camps themselves

  • Title: Bearing Witness: Stories of the Holocaust
  • Author: Hazel Rochman Darlene Z. McCampbell
  • ISBN: 9780531071151
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bearing Witness: Stories of the Holocaust By Hazel Rochman Darlene Z. McCampbell, Offers a multifaceted view of the Holocaust, from a child s bewilderment at having to wear a star and later go into hiding, to the agony of the camps themselves.

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    1 thought on “Bearing Witness: Stories of the Holocaust

    1. Horrifying and yet so necessary to understand The Shawl one of the saddest stories I have ever read is in this collection and kept me from finishing the book for two years Primary sources, testimony, etc.

    2. Atrocities such as these should never be forgotten.Bearing Witness preserves this black stain in history is very poignant way

    3. This is a book that contains many stories about the Holocaust Many of these stories involve extreme loss and sadness The book is also good, because it shows to the world what really happened during the Holocaust It also shows that quite a few people survived to tell what happened to them One of the interesting stories in this book was a speech given by Elie Wiesel at the declaration ceremony of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Many of these stories also taught me a lot about what I di [...]

    4. If you like books about Jews during World War 2 this book is for you This book is set up a little strange because it is not about any main characters It s a bunch of little stories about people put as different chapters in the book I liked it because it does not get boring I would rate this book a 3 because at parts it was confusing but really interesting.

    5. Really intense A collection of accounts, poems and plays I can see how one or two passages could be good sources for kids needing Holocaust stories accounts As a whole it s a lot for an adult to take in and I m sure would be a lot for kids.

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