by Bernard Goldstein - £13.00 AK Press (2005)
paperback ISBN 13: 9781904859055 | ISBN 10: 1904859054
The story of the Warsaw ghetto is one of the most heartbreaking and tragic in all of recorded history. Bernard Goldstein, who was already a semi-legendary figure as a socialist and leader of the Jews in Poland, was a central figure in this story. He was crucial in organizing the underground resistance when the Nazis occupied Warsaw, and one of the ten thousand survivors of the city's half million Jews. This is his story, written shortly after World War Two, of the five years in which a community was destroyed, and his tribute to the good, the bad, the cowardly and the heroic who died there. A riveting document.
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