Staying Human Through the Holocaust

Ter z M zes was born in Romania in 1919 to a stable and loving family Her idyllic life would eventually be shattered by the upheavals of the Second World War as the Nazis systematically undertook the destruction of the Jewish race Starting with the insidious and menacing anti Jewish laws, and continuing with resettlement into cramped ghettos and finally deportation to thTer z M zes was born in Romania in 1919 to a stable and loving family Her idyllic life would eventually be shattered by the upheavals of the Second World War as the Nazis systematically undertook the destruction of the Jewish race Starting with the insidious and menacing anti Jewish laws, and continuing with resettlement into cramped ghettos and finally deportation to the death camps, Ter z and her sister Erzsi would be thrust into a harrowing journey that would forever alter the course of their lives In June 1944, Ter z and Erzsi were sent to the notorious Auschwitz Birkenau concentration camp in German occupied Poland, where they would fight for their survival in a traumatic ordeal of unimaginable horror Liberation in February 1945 should have meant the end of their nightmare, yet their homecoming would be delayed by the widespread confusion as the Russians swept through Eastern Europe crushing the Nazi regime After internment in numerous Russian camps and an uncertain future, Ter z and Ezri finally returned to their shattered hometown of Oradea in August 1945 This holocaust memoir, originally titled Beverzett kot blak Shattered Tablets , was published in Hungarian in 1993 and Romanian in 1995 Told in a direct and riveting style that will haunt the reader long after the story is over, this memoir is a glimpse of the darkest and most uplifting aspects of our humanity from both an individual and historical point of view.
Staying Human Through the Holocaust Ter z M zes was born in Romania in to a stable and loving family Her idyllic life would eventually be shattered by the upheavals of the Second World War as the Nazis systematically undertook the

  • Title: Staying Human Through the Holocaust
  • Author: Teréz Mózes Audrey Demarciso
  • ISBN: 9781552381397
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Staying Human Through the Holocaust”

    1. A better-than-average Holocaust memoir. The author was 25 when she, her parents and her sisters were sent to Auschwitz in 1944. Her parents and one of her sisters were gassed there. Terez and her other sister spent only a few days in Auschwitz before being sent to Latvia. Theirs was one of the first camps to be liberated, in October 1944, but their troubles didn't end there.I especially liked the details of Terez and her sister's struggle after their liberation. A lot of books make it sound like [...]

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