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A biography of the historian Yisrael Gutman, who was born in 1923 in Warsaw and was a member of the Hashomer Hatzair Zionist youth movement. In 1940 his father and older sister died of illness, and Gutman was interned in the ghetto with his mother and younger sister. In 1941 his mother died of typhus and his nine-year-old sister entered Korczak's orphanage. Gutman became involved in writing for the clandestine publications of Hashomer Hatzair, but with the deportation of summer 1942 the movement joined the Jewish Fighting Organization and focused on preparing for physical resistance. Gutman's sister was deported with all of Korczak's orphans and killed. Gutman and some friends were caught and put on a train, but they managed to jump off and return to Warsaw. Describes resistance activities during the deportation of January 1943 and the uprising in April, during which Gutman was injured. He was caught with others in a bunker and sent to Majdanek; then to Auschwitz, where he was active in the underground; and then to Mauthausen, where he was liberated. He reached Israel in 1948, and in the 1950s began his career as a historian of the Holocaust. Discusses his works and activities, as well as his attitude toward Germans and Poles. (From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism)

כותר ימי אפלה, רגעי חסד : פרקים מחיי ישראל גוטמן / עדה פגיס
[עורכים - חנן חבר, בלה גוטרמן].
כותרים נוספים On verso of t.p.: Days of darkness, moments of grace : Israel Gutman - a life / Ada Pagis.
מקום קשור Bene Brak (Israel)-place of publication
מחבר/יוצר חבר, חנן, 1953-
מוציא לאור בני ברק : הקיבוץ המאוחד
שנה תשס"ח 2008
הערות בשער גם: יד ושם - המכון הבין-לאומי לחקר השואה.
סדרה הכבשה השחורה
תיאור 248 ע', [8] עמודי לוחות : איורים, פורטרטים
22 ס"מ.
שפה עברית
מזהה ISBN9789650204174
מספר מערכת 990026096520205171
קישורים תמונה קדמית
תמונה אחורית
תצוגת MARC

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