Excellent detail I read the sections on Warsaw just after the German invasion, which is the period of the next section of my novel in progress. The best overall history of the Warsaw Ghetto I have read. an incredibly delicate, comprehensive portrait of life in the warsaw ghetto written by someone with a palpable love and reverence for the jewish people It Took The Nazis Longer To Quell The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Than It Had Taken Them To Defeat Entire Countries How Could The Jews Of Warsaw Starved And Persecuted, Their Numbers Decimated By Mass Deportations To Concentration Camps, With Few Weapons And No Aid From Outside The Ghetto Walls Stand Up To The Might Of The Third Reich To Address This Question, The Author Of The Jews Of Warsaw, Looks Beyond The Ghetto Uprising Itself To Consider The Broader Character Of Jewish Public Life As It Took Shape During The Occupation And Ghettoization Of What Had Been Europe S Greatest Jewish Urban Center The Book Describes The Growth And Development Of The Resistance Movement And Armed Struggle Against The Wider Historical Background And The Development Of Clandestine Communal Activiies In The Ghetto It Makes Use Of Extensive Primary And Secondary Materials From Jewish, German, And Polish Sources To Throw Light On Critical Events The Jews Of Warsawy, Is A Massive Scholarly Undertaking, At Once Authentic, Scrupulously Objective, And Deeply Moving
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- 512 pages
- The Jews of Warsaw, 1939-1943: Ghetto, Underground, Revolt (A Midland Book)
- Yisrael Gutman
- 20 September 2018 Yisrael Gutman