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FRIEDMAN ---- BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WARSAW GHETTO
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/ biased emphasis on the role of the Communist elements in the Warsaw
uprising.
M
e n d e l s o h n
, S
h lom o
.
The battle of the Warsaw ghetto.
Menorah Journal
,
vol. XXX II, no. 1 (Spring, 1944), p. 5-35.
Originally published in Yiddish (New York, YIVO, 1944) and then in
Spanish (Buenos Aires, YIVO, 1944).
S
y r k i n
, M
a r ie
.
Blessed is the Match. Philadelphia, Jewish Publication Society,
1947. 361 p.
Warsaw Ghetto battle, p. 131-233.
T
e n e n b a u m
, J
o s e p h
.
Underground: the story of a people. New York, Philo-
sophical Library, 1952. 532 p. Illustrated. 2 maps.
A popular presentation of the Jewish life and sufferings under the Nazis
based upon a careful study of the source material. On Warsaw: p. 73-167,
and passim (cf. index).
V. POETRY , FICTION AND FOLKSONGS
A
d l e r
, H
e r m a n
.
Gesaenge aus der Stadt des Todes (Poems from the City of
Death). Zurich-New York, Europa Verlag, 1945. 70 p.
Poems from the ghettos of Warsaw, Vilna, Cracow. Also a Hebrew edition
translated by Benzion Ben-Shalom:
Shirim mi-kiryath hamaveth
(Tel Aviv,
Gazith, 1945).
Almanach fun der poylisher literatur wegn der tragedie fun di Yidn be‘eys der
Hitler okupatzie (Almanac of the Polish literature on the Jewish tragedy
during the Hitler occupation). Warsaw, Yiddish Buch, 1950. 307 p.
✓ך
Several impressive stories about the Jewish sufferings and heroism in
f
Warsaw.
!
A
sc h
, S
h a lom
.
Der brenediker dorn (The burning bush). New York, YCUF,
1946. 285 p.
\
Short stories.
C
a r r o l l
, H
ow a r d
.
Mortal witness: for the Jews of Warsaw 1939-1943.
Menorah
Journal
, vol. XXXIV, no. 1 (Spring, 1946), p. 56 fF.
Poems.
C
h a n t a l
, S
u z a n n e
.
La sirene bless6e (The wounded mermaid). Paris, 1948.
Plon. 409 p.
The novel describes Warsaw under the Nazis, also Jewish life and sufferings.
E
l b e r g
, J
e h u d a
.
Unter kuperne himeln (And thy Heaven . . . shall be brass).
Buenos Aires, CFPJ, 1951. 252 p.
Short stories.
F
a s t
, H
ow a r d
.
Never to forget. New York, Jewish People’s Fraternal Book
League, 1946.
A
long poem dealing with the fight of the 40,000 Jews in the W7arsaw ghetto.
H
e r s e y
, J
o h n
.
The wall. New York, A. Knopf, 1950. 632 p.
As well known, this novel received a great popular response and widespread
circulation.
K
a t c h e r g in s k i
,
Sh.
and
L
e iv ic k
, H . ,
ed. Lider fun di ghettos un lagern (Songs
of the ghettos and concentration camps). New York, CYCO, 1948. 435 p.
Illustrated.
Texts and melodies compiled by Sh. Katcherginski and edited with a fore-
word by H. Leivick. Music arranged by M. Gelbart. Many songs from the
Warsaw Ghetto: p. 82-83, 98-99, 104-105, 110-111, 118, 141, 153-154, 156-
157, 177-180, 234-237, 279, 279-299, 313, 324.
K
a t z n e l so n
, I
t z h a k
.
Ketavim ahronim 5703-5704 (The last writings in the
, ''years 1943-1944). Eyn Harod, Hakibbutz Hameuhad, 1947. 203 p.
j
The most impressive poem of this collection, “Dos Lid Fun Oysgehargetn
(
Yiddishn Folk” (The Song of the Exterminated Jewish People), was published
\
several times before and later in separate editions (Paris, 1945; New York,
\ , 1 9 4 8 ) and appeared also in German translation by Herman Adler (Zurich,
v3pprecht Verlag, 1951).
---------. Songs of the Warsaw ghetto.
Goldene Keyt,
no. 2 (1949), p. 106-113;
no. 6 (1950), p. 185-193;
Dapim
, no. 1 (1951), p. 9-18.