Final Letters: From Victims of the Holocaust

Final Letters From Victims of the Holocaust None

  • Title: Final Letters: From Victims of the Holocaust
  • Author: Reuven Dafni Reuven Dafni
  • ISBN: 9781557784957
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Hardcover
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    • this is a book that put together by author Yad Vashem. it's full of letters from the victims of the Holocaust's also the book that i noticed as soon as i walked into Dr. Van Horn’s classi was really curious and want the urge to read the book as soon as the class end, i went up to Dr. Van Horn and borrow the book from her.i haven't finish the book yet.but i read about 90 percent of it alreadyl of the letters were written by the victims of HolocaustWWII was my favorite period of time in historyA [...]

    • A collection of letters and notes written by Holocaust victims, most but not all of them Jews, shortly before their deaths. Some are proper letters that were mailed to relatives in other countries (chiefly America and Palestine), some are postcards sent from camps, and some are just scraps. A few were actually thrown from the cattle cars en route to the extermination camps, and Good Samaritans found them and mailed them. Each letter is prefaced with a little note about who wrote it, their ultima [...]

    • "Tens of thousands of our fellow nationals have already left the country almost barefoot and naked. Now our turn has come" (pg 25)"There is no escape. Tonight or at the latest tomorrow it will be our turn. At seventeen I have to face certain death." (pg 45)"I am just begging you to find our only child if possible and to take care of her." (pg 67)Letters sent to loved ones, left in churches and other buildings and tossed from the trains in the hope of someone finding them and posting them. Most a [...]

    • It is amazing to think how some of these letters ever survived to be read much les published! Some of the letters were just dropped by Jews who were being forced from their homes in hopes o reaching loved ones to let them know their plight. This was a vey short read, but a powerful one when you consider the odds of these letter ever seeing the light of day, much less to be read in California in 2014. AMAZING!!!

    • How does one rate or review letters, sometimes written not long before they died? I was so struck by the bravery and stoicism of these people and some of their letters absolutely broke my heart. \od bless those who passed these letters onmetimes YEARS later.

    • Sometimes I felt like I was invading their privacy because some letters were very personal.

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