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American-Jewish Non-Fiction
Liturgies on the Holocaust: an Interfaith Anthology.
Ed. by Marcia Sachs Lit-
tell and Sharon Weissman Gutman. New and rev. ed. Valley Forge,
PA: Trinity Press Intl., 1996. 199 p. Bibliog.
M l STELE, K a r l - H e i n z .
The End of a Community: the Destruction of
theJews ofBamberg, Germany, 1938-1942.
Tr. byjacob Feuchtwanger.
Hoboken, NJ: Ktav, 1995. 241 p. Bibliog.
P a l d i e l , M o r d e c a i .
Sheltering theJews: Stories ofHolocaust Rescuers.
Foreword by Franklin H. Littell. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1996.
224 p. Bibliog., index.
P e r e c h o d n i k , C a l e l
.Am I aMurderer?: Tzstament ofaJewish Ghetto
Ed. and tr. by Frank Fox. Boulder, CO: Westview Press,
1996. 255 p.
Edited from a diary in the Yad Vashem archives.
R e i n a r t z , D i r k
C h r i s t i a n G r a f v o n K r o c k o w .
Still: Pictures ofFormer German Concentration Camps.
Tr. from the Ger­
man by Ishbel Flett. 1st ed. New York: Scalo, 1995. 308 p. Bibliog.
“Providing witness to the mechanization of humanity.” For larger collections.
S a l a m o n , J u l i e .
The Net of Dreams: a Family’s Search for a Rightful
1st ed. New York: Random House, 1996. 336 p.
Memoir o f her parents’ experience in Nazi concentration camps.
S c h w a r z , R e n e e F o d o r .
Covenant oftheRainbow.
gold, 1995.
The third book in the trilogy begun with
Symphony ofthe Heart.
S i l t e n , R . G a b r i e l e
Between Two Worlds: Autobiography ofa Child
Survivor oftheHolocaust.
Santa Barbara: Fithian Press, 1995.203 p. Bibliog.
S m i t h , M a r c u s
Dachau: the Harrowing ofHell.
Albany: State Univ.
o f New York Press, 1995. 291 p. Bibliog.
S u t i n , J a c k
R o c h e l l e S u t i n .
Jack and Rochelle: a Holocaust
Story ofLove and Resistance.
Ed. by Larry Sutin. St. Paul, MN: Gray-
wolf, 1995. 225 p. Index.
T O D O R O V , T Z V E T A N .
Facing theExtreme: Moral Life in the Concentra­
tion Camps.
Tr. from the French by Arthur Denner and Abigail Poliak.
1st American ed. New York: Holt, 1996. 307 p. Bibliog., index.
T r a v e r s o , E n z o .
The Jews and Germany: From the “Judeo-German
Symbiosis”to theMemory ofAuschwitz.
Tr. by Daniel Weissbort. Lincoln,
NE: Univ. of Nebraska Press, 1995. 215 p. (Texts and contexts, vol.
14) Bibliog., index.
A marginal purchase for public libraries; essential for academic institutions.
Tr. of:
Juifs et VAllemagne.
W e i s s , J o h n .
Ideology ofDeath: Why the Holocaust Happened in Germa­
Chicago: I. R. Dee, 1996. 427 p. Bibliog., index.