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      Remembering the Holocaust: Second Edition

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      Paperback, $12.95
      169 pages, photos
      ISBN: 9780870202933

      Published by Wisconsin Historical Society Press

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      Edited by Michael E. Stevens

      This moving documentary volume brings together fourteen interviews of Holocaust survivors who later settled in Wisconsin.

      With words and photographs, they describe the richness of pre-war Jewish life in Europe; the advent of prescriptive laws, arrests, and deportation; the unspeakable horrors of the Nazi camps; and ultimately the liberation and postwar experiences of the survivors.

      Edited by Michael E. Stevens

      This moving documentary volume brings together fourteen interviews of Holocaust survivors who later settled in Wisconsin.

      With words and photographs, they describe the richness of pre-war Jewish life in Europe; the advent of prescriptive laws, arrests, and deportation; the unspeakable horrors of the Nazi camps; and ultimately the liberation and postwar experiences of the survivors.

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