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From Lodz to Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, Geislingen, Allach and finally, liberation : a group of Jewish women on a tortuous six-year journey through ghettos, concentration camps and slave labor / Sybille Eberhardt ; translated by Otto Eberhardt
VerfasserEberhardt, Sybille
ÜbersetzerEberhardt, Otto
KörperschaftManuela Kinzel Verlag
ErschienenGoeppingen : Manuela Kinzel Verlag, 2021
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First edition
Umfang1 Online-Ressource (556 Seiten, 14,53 MB) : Illustrationen
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Translation from an extended German version of "Als das 'Boot' zur Galeere wurde …" (When the ‘Boat’ turned slave ship) published by Kinzel Verlag in 2018, translated by Otto Eberhardt
SpracheEnglisch
SchlagwörterJudenverfolgung / Getto / Jüdin / Deportation / Zwangsarbeit
URNurn:nbn:de:gbv:3:2-139391 
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Her [Sybille Eberhardt] latest study was triggered by an intriguing news item stating that a transport list of 800 female concentration camp prisoners in April 1945 from Geislingen to Allach had been discovered. The names on this list led to a group of Jewish women and girls who were all originally from the Lodz area. Pursuing leads from various archives helped to form a picture of their life and times in that city and its ghetto, their short stay in Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen but also the months they spent in a local concentration camp located in Geislingen while doing slave labor for an internationally known local factory.

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Her [Sybille Eberhardt] latest study was triggered by an intriguing news item stating that a transport list of 800 female concentration camp prisoners in April 1945 from Geislingen to Allach had been discovered. The names on this list led to a group of Jewish women and girls who were all originally from the Lodz area. Pursuing leads from various archives helped to form a picture of their life and times in that city and its ghetto their short stay in Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen but also the months they spent in a local concentration camp located in Geislingen while doing slave labor for an internationally known local factory.