Arad, Dr. Yitzhak.
From the Valley of Death to Mount Zion
. New York: Holocaust Library. 1979.
Available in paperback. Personal experiences of a young Jewish survivor.
Dribben, Judith Strick. A Girl
Called Judith Strick
. New York: Cowles Book Company, Inc. 1970.
Memoirs, in the form of a novel, recalling the years 1941-1954 in the life of a Jewish girl from Pinsk.
The Diary of Anne Frank
. New York. Pocket Books, 1971. paperback.
The personal account of a young girl hiding from the Germans. She was caught and liquidated.
Jacobs, William Jay.
. Beverly Hills, California: Benziger. A Div. of Benziger Bruce & Glencoe, Inc. 1976. paperback. 96 pgs.
An easy-to-read biography of Hitler. The chapter entitled “The Inferno” pages 71-81 describes the Holocaust. It contains many photographs.
Fragments of Isabella
A Memoir of Auschwitz
. Dell Book paperback. 1980.
An easy-to-read, passionate retelling of experiences and survival in the camp.
On Both Sides of The Wall
Memoirs from the Warsaw
New York: Holocaust Library. 1979.
Available in paperback. A story of a 17-year old Jewish girl who worked as an underground courier and helped Jews escape from the ghetto, as well as inmates from the labor camps. A survivor.
Bar Oni, Bryna.
. Chicago, Illinois: Visual Impact, Inc. 1976.
A personal story of a young girl (Jewish) who survived the Russian and German occupation by joining the Russian partisans.
Rabinsky, Leatrice and Mann, Gertrude.
Journey of Conscience
Young People Respond to the Holocaust
. Cleveland, New York: William Collins Publisher, Inc. 1979.
American students visit the sites of camps in Germany and Poland; it shows their thinking before and during the trip; it records their reactions and change of viewpoint about the Holocaust.
A Jew Today
. New York: Random House. 1978.
A collection of short pieces of reminiscences, interviews, short articles, about the Holocaust, and Jewish contemporary problems, and imaginative pieces of literature.
Korman, Gerd. ed.
Hunter and Hunted
Human History of the Holocaust
. New York: The Viking Press. 1973.
Original testimonies of survivors and non-survivors, as well as American views, pro and con, about admitting refugees to U.S.
For advanced students