Minor bumping to book and jacket. Clean copy. 765 pages, including Appendices (statistics on deaths, death camps, concentration camps, ghettos, Jews killed by country, Jewish Resistance Organizations, and Jewish immigration to Palestine), Further Reading, Glossary, and Index. Numerous photos, including those of a horrific and disturbing nature (photo credits at back of book, following the Index). The book is organized into chapters by year, from 1933 to 1946, plus an Epilogue (The Aftermath). Oversized, heavy book, which may require extra postage for expedited or international delivery. View More...
Salinas, CA, U.S.A., H & J Publishing, Inc.: 1993
Seller ID: 02070
Binding: Soft Cover
Condition: Near Fine
Heart-wrenching autobiography of a ten-year-old boy's struggle to survive the Nazi death camps in World War II, his eventual escape and liberation by General Patton's Armored Division, and new life in America. Inscribed and signed by the author inside the front cover and also signed on the title page. View More...