The Holocaust Book Review by hicaliber

The Holocaust
This paper discusses an excerpt written by Emmanuel Ringelblum in the book 'The Holocaust: A Reader'.
# 95496 | 1,693 words | 1 source | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on May 24, 2007 in Literature (World) , History (European - World Wars) , Holocaust Studies (General)

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In this article, the writer examines one of the excerpts presented in 'The Holocaust: A Reader', that appears to be an excerpt from the diary of Emmanuel Ringelblum. The writer explains that it is assumed that Ringelblum was a resident of the Warsaw Ghetto in Poland. The writer discusses that the diary gives some interesting historical information about life inside the Jewish ghettos. The writer concludes that the reader is unaware of whether Ringelblum died in the ghetto, was shipped to a concentration camp where he was killed, survived life in the concentration camp, or survived the war without further incident. However, the reader is aware that Ringelblum's life was severely disrupted and harmed by his time in the ghetto.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Ringelblum, Emmanuel. "Inside the Ghetto." The Holocaust: A Reader. Ed. Simone Gigliotti and Beral Lang. City of Publication: Blackwell Publishing, year. 313-332.

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