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An autobiography written in the 1960s by a Jewish physician, son of a family of factory owners in Łódź. Describes his life, along with his wife and daughter, in the Łódź ghetto, depicting the figure of Rumkowski as a tyrant of the ghetto. They escaped to Warsaw, and lived in the Warsaw ghetto up to January 1943 when the family decided to go over to the "Aryan side". They survived the war and left Poland in the late 1950s. (From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism)

Title W ostrym swietle dnia : dziennnik zydowskiego lekarza, 1939-1945 / Edward Reicher
oprac. Renata Jablonska.
Co-Author Jabłońska, Renata
Publisher Londyn : Libra Books
Creation Date 1989
Format 157 pages : ports
22 cm.
Language Polish
System Number 990010850850205171

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