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Bartnikowski’s stories are one of the most moving evidence of tragic fate of children in Auschwitz. In the book, the camp is shown from their perspective. The author describes hunger, fear, loneliness and despair of children who were uprooted from the safe world of their childhood and left at the mercy of violence and death.

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Tytuł: Childhood Behind Barbed Wire
Autor: Bogdan Bartnikowski
ISBN: 978-83-7704-174-1
Wydawnictwo: PMA-B
Ilość stron: 194
Rok wydania: 2016
Wymiary cm: 15 x 21
Rodzaj okładki: Miękka
Kategoria: Miejsca zagłady
Język wydania: English

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Tytuł:Childhood Behind Barbed Wire
Autor:Bogdan Bartnikowski
ISBN:978-83-7704-174-1
Wydawnictwo:PMA-B
Ilość stron:194
Rok wydania:2016
Wymiary cm:15 x 21
Rodzaj okładki:Miękka
Kategoria:Miejsca zagłady
Język wydania:English

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Bartnikowski’s stories are one of the most moving evidence of tragic fate of children in Auschwitz. In the book, the camp is shown from their perspective. The author describes hunger, fear, loneliness and despair of children who were uprooted from the safe world of their childhood and left at the mercy of violence and death. Dry narration intensifies dramatic nature of depicted scenes. The camp experience is deeply engraved in Bartnikowski’s memory. He said in one of his interviews: “I wanted to throw it away, get rid of it. Forever! I started to write down my memories and memories of my friends. I hoped that once they had been written they would be gone. Unfortunately, it did not happen so…”. The Polish version of 'Childhood Behind Barbed Wire' was first published in 1969.

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TytułChildhood Behind Barbed Wire
AutorBogdan Bartnikowski
ISBN978-83-7704-174-1
WydawnictwoPMA-B
Ilość stron194
Rok wydania2016
Wymiary cm15 x 21
Rodzaj okładkiMiękka
KategoriaMiejsca zagłady
Język wydaniaEnglish

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Childhood Behind Barbed Wire

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Bartnikowski’s stories are one of the most moving evidence of tragic fate of children in Auschwitz. In the book, the camp is shown from their perspective. The author describes hunger, fear, loneliness and despair of children who were uprooted from the safe world of their childhood and left at the mercy of violence and death.

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