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Josephs, Jeremy

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ISBN 10: 155970036X / ISBN 13: 9781559700368
Edité par Arcade Publishing, New York, 1989
Ancien(s) ou d'occasion Etat : Near Fine Couverture rigide
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**LIMITED TIME ONLY! 40% OFF ALL ANTIQUARIAN SHOP INVENTORY! (DISCOUNT ALREADY APPLIED TO PRICE SHOWN)** 1st American Edition, Blue cloth black spine pink dust jacketwith black letters. 191 pgs. Photo illustrated. Stories of the Jews in France.Only minor shelf wear to jacket. Now in protective cover. previous owner's small label on the inside front cover. Price intact on the dust jacket flap. N° de réf. du libraire jo.0181

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Éditeur : Arcade Publishing, New York

Date d'édition : 1989

Reliure : Cloth

Etat du livre :Near Fine

Etat de la jaquette : Near Fine

Edition : 1st Edition.

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Focusing on the war experiences of Armand Kohn, a rich Parisian Jew, and Paulette Szlifke, a courageous teenage resistance fighter, this is the story of the Nazi persecution of French Jews. The text explores how the Nazis, aided by many French men and women, attempted genocide of the Jews.

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Josephs has written "an accessible personalized account of the events and decrees initiated in Paris" against French Jews during World War II. He tells the stories of Armand Kohn, a prosperous French banker and businessman whose aunt married a Rothschild, and Paulette Szlifke, a teenage fighter in the Jewish Resistance, who survived Auschwitz. These two define the range of Jewish experience in Occupied France. Kohn, thoroughly assimilated, a decorated French veteran of World War I, refused to believe he and his family were in danger until they were finally separated at Buchenwald. Szlifke welcomed the chance for open rebellion against the Nazis, while fearing their retaliation against her Polish immigrant parents. Their stories are made more poignant by the knowledge that Alois Brunner, who was responsible for deporting thousands of French Jews, is alive and unrepentant in Syria. Highly recommended reading.
- William C. McCully, Park Ridge P.L., Ill.
Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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