The Warsaw Ghetto: A Christian's Testimony

The Warsaw Ghetto A Christian s Testimony A vivid documentary of the Nazi occupation of Warsaw and the ghetto uprising by a Catholic historian who was a member of the Polish resistance and one of the few Polish Christians to have come to the

  • Title: The Warsaw Ghetto: A Christian's Testimony
  • Author: Władysław Bartoszewski
  • ISBN: 9780807056028
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A vivid documentary of the Nazi occupation of Warsaw and the ghetto uprising by a Catholic historian who was a member of the Polish resistance and one of the few Polish Christians to have come to the aid of the Jews 14 photos.

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    • In my opinion this is not personal enough to be a memoir but is, rather, a chronicle, as the author tries to describle people and events outside of and bigger than himself. He was a member of the Polish Underground and a Righteous Gentile who tried to save the lives of Polish Jews and also provide weapons and other assistance to the fighters in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.One statement struck me hard: "The battlewas not an act of desperation chosen for lack of other options. The opposite was in f [...]


    • The last 30 pages or so of this book were quite interesting. Most of it, however, reads more like research material than a story. The author understandably wants to honor all the heroes who risked their lives to provide organized support for the Jews. This, together with the short length of the book, results in many lists of names and few human portraits. This work is exactly what it advertises itself to be: a testimony and not a tale, very informative for the student but not very engaging for t [...]


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