217 pages. Book Club edition. Hardback. End paper maps, illustrated, chronology, bibliography, index. Very Good in Good dustjacket. Name penciled front endpaper. Jacket bright, but scuffed, has edge tears and wear. ISBN: 0060241756 A short book, written in lay terms, focusing on the human experience of the holocaust, what it meant to them and what the murders of 6 million Jews means to us all. Includes a nice mix of personal accounts: Letters, diaries, memoirs, poems, and songs reveal everyday life in the ghettos and the Nazi labor and death camps, while detailing the many ways the Jews resisted. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Titel: NEVER TO FORGET: The Jews of the Holocaust.
Verlag: Harper and Row, 1976.
Zustand: Very Good
Buchbeschreibung NY Harper (1991)., 1991. VG PB. 6 million Jews were killed in Europe between 1933-1945. Letters diaries, memories. Owner name, remainder mark, edge wear. Reprint edition. Artikel-Nr. 028995
Buchbeschreibung New York : Harper & Row, 1976, 1976. , later printing, xvi, 217pp., dust-jacket worn at top of spine and edges, in mylar jacket, very good gray half-cloth with green boards, light wear. INSCRIBED and SIGNED on half-title: To Tara / with best wishes / Milton Meltzer Meltzer: self-trained historian and pioneer of well-written non-fiction books for children and young adults. Author of over 100 titles. "His parents, immigrants from Austria-Hungary, were semiliterate" (NYT obituary). ISBN 0060241748. Artikel-Nr. 40552