• Voices of Memory 5. Pregnant Women and Children Born in Auschwitz

The accounts presented in 'Voices of Memory' are the testimony of particular people known to us by name, which is all the more reason to remember that the tragedy of Auschwitz is, at one and the same time, the tragedy of the more than one million victims, and also the tragedy of each individual person.

Autor Helena Kubica
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The fifth volume in the "Voices of Memory" series is devoted to the youngest Auschwitz prisoners, the children born there and their mothers. The author of this volume, Helena Kubica, has spent many years, studying the camp records and accounts by survivors. She has collected the photographs that are presented to the readers. The picture that emerges is one of the unimaginable suffering, woe, and monstrous crime, that left an indelible mark on those who lived through it. The tragedy of expectant mothers in the camp was not only an utter contradiction of the joy of motherhood, but even more so an absolute violation of natural law and human dignity.

Table of Contents

-From the Publisher

-Historical Outline

-Selected Sources I Accounts and Memoirs II Documents and Photographs

-Timeline of Important Events in Auschwitz Concentration Camp - Bibliography

Title Voices of Memory 5. Pregnant Women and Children Born in Auschwitz
Author Helena Kubica
Number of pages 102
Publication date 2010
Dimensions [cm]
25 x 18
Category Places of extermination
Language English
Shipping time 72 hours
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