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Souvenirs de la resistance dans le camp Auschwitz-
Birkenau.
Paris, 1984. 352 p., illus., ports., facsims. Ed.: Noe Griiss;
introd.: Samuel Pisar.
Memoirs o f the underground movement at Auschwitz, written by
a former inmate who now lives in Paris.
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Marijampole on the river Sheshupe (Lithuania).
Tel Aviv Committee o f Sur­
vivors from Marijampole in Israel, 1983. 74, 245 p., illus., map,
ports. Ed.: Avraham Tory-Golub.
Trilingual (Yiddish, Hebrew, English) memorial book about a
Lithuanian Jewish community.
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Book of memory to theJewish community o f Shebreshin.
Haifa, Association o f
former Inhabitants o f Shebreshin in Israel and the Diaspora, 1984.
xiv, 518 p., illus., maps, ports. Ed.: Dov Shuval.
Memorial book about the Jewish community o f Szczebrzeszyn
(Lublin province, Poland), in Hebrew and Yiddish, with an introd.
in English. Includes a list o f Holocaust martyrs.