can you give me some good books that are nonfiction, about the holocaust?
i'm looking for a book that talkes about the consentration camps, what the person went through, kinda like anne frank, but a different person. i cant read anne frank, i have already read it (this is for a book report)
- laney_poLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
I have done a lot of research and here is my bibliography. My top two recommendation would be Ruth Minsky Sender's THE CAGE and Livia Bitton-Jackson's I HAVE LIVED A THOUSAND YEARS.
Abells, Chana Byers. 1988. The children we remember. New York: Greenwillow Books. ISBN: 0-06-443777-9.
Adler, David A. 1989. We remember the holocaust. New York: Henry Holt and Company. ISBN: 0-8050-0434-3.
Bachrach, Susan D. 1994. Tell them we remember: the story of the holocaust. New York: Little Brown and Company. ISBN: 0-316-07484-5.
Chaikin, Miriam. 1987. A nightmare in history: the holocaust, 1933-1945. New York: Clarion Books. ISBN: 0-899-19461-3.
Levine, Ellen. 2000. Darkness over denmark: the danish resistance and the rescue of the jews. New York: Holiday House. ISBN: 0-8234-1447-7.
Meltzer, Milton. 1988. Rescue: the story of how gentiles saved jews in the holocaust. New York: Harper and Row. ISBN: 0-060-24209-4.
Rochman, Hazel and Darlene Z. McCampbell. 1995. Bearing witness: stories of the holocaust. New York: Orchard Books: ISBN: 0-531-09488-X.
Rogasky, Barbara. 1988. Smoke and ashes: the story of the holocaust. New York: Holiday House. ISBN: 0-823-40697-0.
Boas, Jacob. 1995. We are witnesses: five diaries of teenagers who died in the holocaust. New York: Henry Holt. ISBN: 0-805-03702-0.
Greenfeld, Howard. 1993. The hidden children. New York: Ticknor & Fields. ISBN: 0-395-66074-2.
Leapman, Michael. 2000. Witnesses to war. New York: Scholastic. ISBN: 0-439-18036-8.
Rosenberg, Maxine B. 1994. Hiding to survive: stories of jewish children rescued from the holocaust. New York: Clarion Books. ISBN: 0-395-65014-3.
Adler, David A. 1993. A picture book of Anne Frank. Illustrated by Karen Ritz. New York: Holiday House. ISBN: 0-8234-1078-1.
Atkinson, Linda. 1985. In kindling flame: the story of Hannah Senesh, 1921-1944. New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books. ISBN: 0-688-02714-8.
Gold, Alison Leslie. 2000. A special fate: Chiune Sugihara: Hero of the holocaust. New York: Scholastic. ISBN: 0-439-25968-1.
---. 1997. Memories of Anne Frank: Reflections of a childhood friend. New York: Scholastic. ISBN: 0-590-90723-9.
Kaplan, William and Shelley Tanaka. 1998. One more border: the true story of one family's escape from war-torn Europe. Illustrated by Stephen Taylor. Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre. ISBN: 0-88899-332-3.
Korenblit, Michael and Kathleen Janger. 2000. Until we meet again: a true story of love and survival in the holocaust. Scholastic. ISBN: 0-439-17598-4.
Mochizuki, Ken. 1997. Passage to freedom: the sugihara story. Illustrated by Dom Lee. New York: Lee & Low Books. ISBN: 1-880-00049-0.
Muller, Melissa. 1998. Anne Frank: the biography. Translated by Rita and Robert Kimber. New York: Henry Holt and Company. ISBN: 0-8050-5996-2.
Pressler, Mirjam. 2000. Anne Frank: a hidden life. Translated by Anthea Bell. New York: Dutton Children's Books. ISBN: 0-525-46330-5.
Rol, Ruud van der and Rian Verhoeven. 1993. Anne Frank: beyond the diary: a photographic remembrance. Translated by Tony Langham and Plym Peters. New York: Viking. ISBN: 0-670-84932-4.
Siegal, Aranka. 1981. Upon the head of the goat: a childhood in Hungary. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux. ISBN: 0-374-38059-7.
Warren, Andrea. 2000. Surviving Hitler: a boy in the Nazi death camps. New York: HarperCollins. ISBN: 0-688-17497-3.
Appleman-Jurman, Alicia. 1988. Alicia: My story. New York: Bantam Books. ISBN: 0-553-28218-2.
Ayer, Eleanor, Helen Waterford, and Alfons Heck. 2000. Parallel journeys. New York: Aladdin Paperbacks. 0-689-83236-2.
Bitton-Jackson, Livia. 1999. I have lived a thousand years: Growing up in the holocaust. New York: Aladdin Paperbacks. ISBN: 0-689-82395-9.
---. 1999. My bridges of hope: Searching for life and love after Auschwitz. New York: Simon and Schuster Books For Young Readers. ISBN: 0-689-82026-7.
Breznitz, Shlomo. 1993. Memory fields. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. ISBN: 0-679-40403-1.
Frank, Anne. 1993. The diary of a young girl. Translated by B.M. Mooyaart-Doubleday. New York: Bantam Books. ISBN: 0-553-29698-1.
Jacobsen, Ruth. 2001. Rescued images: memories of a childhood in hiding. New York: Mikaya Press. ISBN: 1-931414-00-9.
Leitner, Isabella. 1992. The big lie: a true story. Illustrated by Judy Pederson. New York: Scholastic. ISBN: 0-590-45569-9.
Leitner, Isabella and Irving Leitner. 1994. Isabella: From Auschwitz to freedom. New York: Anchor Books. ISBN: 0-385-47318-4.
Lobel, Anita. 1998. No pretty pictures: a child of war. New York: Avon Books. ISBN: 0-380-73285-8.
Novac, Ana. 1997. The beautiful days of my youth: my six months in Auschwitz and Plaszow. Translated by George L. Newman. New York: Henry Holt and Company. ISBN: 0-8050-5018-3.
Opdyke, Irene Gut and Jennifer Armstrong. 1999. In my hands: Memories of a holocaust rescuer. New York: Alfred A. Knopf. ISBN: 0-679-99181-6.
Perl, Lila and Marion Blumenthal Lazan. 1996. Four perfect pebbles: a holocaust story. New York: Greenwillow Books. ISBN: 0-688-14294-X.
Rabinovici, Schoschana. 1998. Thanks to my mother. Translated by James Skofield. New York: Dial Books. ISBN: 0-8037-2235-4.
Sender, Ruth Minsky. 1986. The cage. New York: MacMillan Publishing Company. ISBN: 0-02-781830-6.
---. 2000. To life. New York: Aladdin Paperbacks. ISBN: 0-689-83282-6.
---. 1992. The holocaust lady. New York: MacMillan Publishing Company. ISBN: 0-02-781832-2.
Tec, Nechama. 1984. Dry tears: The story of a lost childhood. New York: Oxford UP. ISBN: 0-19-503500-3.
Toll, Nelly S. 1993. Behind the secret window: a memoir of a hidden childhood. New York: Dial Books. ISBN: 0-803-71362-2.
Ungerer, Tomi. 1998. Tomi: A childhood under the Nazis. Niwot, Colorado: TomiCo. ISBN: 1-57098-163-9.
Weisel, Elie. 1960. Night. New York: Bantam Books. ISBN: 0-553-27253-5.
Wilkomirski, Binjamin. 1996. Fragments: Memories of a wartime childhood. Translated by Carol Brown Janeway. New York: Schocken Books. ISBN: 0-8052-4139-6.
- Martha PLv 71 decade ago
The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank
Hide and Seek
On the Other Site of the Gate
A Scrap of Time and Other Stories
Seed of Sarah: Memoirs of a Survivor
I Never Saw Another Butterfly
- 1 decade ago
First hand accounts from survivors of the horrific camp in Sobibor can be read in the book "Escape from Sobibor" which was also made into a movie, I believe. October 14, 1943 was the date for one of the biggest escapes from concentration camps and little was known about the incident and the magnificent bravery shown by those who plotted in secret for so long.
- 1 decade ago
Night or Dawn by Elie Wiesel. Actually, almost anything by Elie Wiesel is a great read, but I would start with Night--it is a short book with a very powerful story.
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- severnLv 43 years ago
with the intention to extra helpful comprehend why the Holocaust got here approximately it is easy to comprehend the historic past at the back of the term anti-semitism. customary because of the fact the daddy of recent antisemitism, Wilhelm Marr (1819-1904) led the combat to overturn Jewish emancipation in Germany. Marr’s theory of antisemitism centred on the meant racial, as adversarial to religious, features of the Jews. His employer, the League of Antisemites, presented the be conscious “antisemite” into the political lexicon and customary the 1st general political flow based completely on anti-Jewish ideals. Marr’s generally-reprinted political tract, “The Victory of Judaism over Germandom,” warned that “the Jewish spirit and Jewish awareness have overpowered the international.” He spoke of as for resistance against “this foreign places skill” earlier it grow to be too previous due. Marr theory that earlier long “there will be actual no public place of work, even the optimum one, which the Jews won't have usurped.” For Marr, it grow to be a badge of honor to be spoke of as an antisemite. Over the centuries, antisemitism has taken on diverse yet appropriate types: religious, political, financial, social, and racial. Jews have been discriminated against, hated, and killed because of the fact prejudiced non-Jews believed they belonged to the incorrect faith, lacked citizenship skills, practiced business enterprise improperly, behaved inappropriately, or possessed inferior racial features. a majority of those antisemitism, yet enormously the racial one, all performed key areas in the Holocaust. Maus I: A Survivor's tale: My Father Bleeds historic past via paintings Spiegelman 2 human beings voted » further to my books! Mila 18 via Leon Uris Schindler's record via Thomas Keneally All yet My existence: A Memoir via Gerda Weissmann Klein Anne Frank Remembered Anne Frank Remembered via Miep Gies memories of Anne Frank: Reflections of a Childh... via Alison Leslie Gold Maus II: A Survivor's tale: And right here My worry... via paintings Spiegelman The Hiding place via Corrie Ten growth Voices and perspectives: A historic past of the Holocaust Debórah Dwork get away from Sobibor via Richard Rashke Sobibor - The Forgotten revolt via Thomas Toivi Blatt Legends of Our Time via Elie Wiesel After the Darkness: Reflections via Elie Wiesel The nighttime Trilogy: nighttime, break of day, and the twist of destiny via Elie Wiesel A fortunate new child: A Memoir of Surviving Auschwitz as a youthful Boy extra via Thomas Buergenthal, Elie Wiesel gatita_63109
- HalcyonLv 41 decade ago
"Maus II" by Art Speigelman (Maus I is about the preHolocaust tensions.) It is a graphic novel, but insightful, thought inducing, and not angsty. It is told from the perspective of the son of a victim. Quick read.
- 1 decade ago
Night, by Elie Wiesel. it's all about his time in the camps.