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by Barbara Rogasky

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Author:
Barbara Rogasky
ISBN13:
978-0613142373
ISBN:
0613142373
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Bt Bound (October 1999)
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History
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1936 kb
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4.1
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373

Personal Name: Rogasky, Barbara.

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This book tells the story of the holocaust and how As Rogasky says in a rare authorial aside midway through this moving .

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The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine.

Smoke and Ashes: The Story of the Holocaust by Barbara Rogasky (Holiday, 1988). Anne Frank by Richard Tames (Franklin Watts, 1989). Numerous books and articles exist on this topic. Dachau : Nazi concentration camp in southern Germany. Erected in 1933, this was the first Nazi concentration camp. Used mainly to incarcerate German political prisoners until late 1938, whereupon large numbers of Jews, Gypsies, Jehovah's Witnesses, homosexuals, and other supposed enemies of the state and anti-social elements were sent as well.

She does, however, and in detail, though sparing us the individual stories that would have made the narration still more intolerable. Then, a small reprieve: individual and group attempts to fight back, and a heartening litany of rescuers. Then, a small reprieve: individual and group attempts to fight back, and a heartening litany of rescuers

Featuring black-and-white photos, this book tells the story of the Holocaust. It gives a history of the roots of anti-Semitism, describes the concentration and death camps, and looks into the attempts to bring the war criminals to justice.

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This book is a must have for anyone interested in the Holocaust Though Smoke and Ashes is written for juvenilles, it is good enough for an adult to read.

This book is a must have for anyone interested in the Holocaust. I teach a unit on this topic to eighth graders and we use this book as a text. The chapters are short, reader-friendly, and yet very complete. I have yet to find another non-fiction Holocaust book as comprehensive as this. Though Smoke and Ashes is written for juvenilles, it is good enough for an adult to read.

  • Am amazed that school libraries are getting rid of these books! This should be taught in schools forever. This could happen in the US, perhaps not to Jews, but to others say Hispanics of Muslims? Just look at Trump, et al. I am putting them back in the schools of Portland where I used to teach.

  • This was a replacement copy for one that I had for many years that got destroyed. I am very pleased with it.

  • Let's face it. We don't always know quite how to approach the subject matter of the Shoah with our children. This book helps. It is written with children in mind but conveys the holocaust without going into great detail that they may not be quite ready for. I think its a good book to sit and look at with them and answer their questions.

    It should be required reading in schools.

  • What a great book to use in teaching your students about the Holocaust. Too many people are still in denial about the Holocaust truly occurring in our history. It DID happen and we NEED to teach our kids about it in order to PREVENT anything like this from happening again!

  • YES, better than my expectations! I really like the end result and I could recommend it from every one. YT

  • I think this book should be a must read for teenagers. It tells history in such a way that cuts your soul and leaves you thinking, haunted with the sadness of all those lives lost. It is an easy read, jammed packed with facts. Would definitely buy again.

  • This book made me realize that every person is a target for racism, genocide, and prejudice. The Holocaust did exist and important facts are proven to put revisionists at rest. I love this book! I will use it in my future classrooms to educate others of racism and genocide. The author has explained why history repeats itself and why evil can control our lives. Every one must read this book. Even though education does not open every person eyes, this book will have some emotional effect on them. My heart aches for every life that has parished through every gruesome experience and hardship (starvation, torture, disease, persecution, etc.). May we all live in peace and be able to rid discrimination for every person, group, minority..... This is the message I get after reading this brillant book!

  • This book was wonderful. By the time I finished reading it, I was crying. The story of the holocaust is well expressed in the pages of this book. I felt that when I was reading it I was actually in a concentration camp witnessing the events. I never knew that all that happened to Jews. They were baked in ovens, put in gas chambers, shot on spot, or attacked by dogs. They had to endure long periods of time without health care or food. This book had pictures, maps and great writing. I think that this book is great but I don't reccomend it for children under 12 because of pictures, and describtions on treatment of Jews. Great job Baraba!