Titolo: Fighting Fascism And Surviving Buchenwald: ...
Casa editrice: Xlibris
Data di pubblicazione: 2015
Legatura: Soft cover
Condizione libro: Used
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Riassunto: Bension Varon has given the world two great gifts: the publication for the first time of the remarkable 1946 Buchenwald memoir of Hans Bergas and a riveting account of Bergas' equally remarkable life. Bergas, a highly secular German Jew, was first known to Bension Varon as the brother-in-law of his wife's uncle. Far transcending genealogical interest, Varon's painstaking research has revealed the many identities of Hans Bergas: an impassioned Social Democrat, who battled both fascist and communist threats to Germany's fledgling, interwar democracy; a member of the anti-Nazi Resistance in France, who aided other escapees of the Nazi regime; a victim of capture and savage torture by the Gestapo; a years-long "political" inmate in Buchenwald, active in the camp resistance; and a gifted chronicler of life in Buchenwald and the detail of Nazi depravity. In this volume, Bergas emerges like a lost treasure from history's attic, precious both in itself and for what it reveals about its troubled times.
L'autore: About the Author. . . Bension (Ben) Varon is a retired economist with varied interests as a writer, including history, genealogy, and biography. He is the author of, outside his professional field, Cultures in Counterpoint: Memoirs of a Sephardic Turkish-American, Xlibris, 2009, and The Promise of the Present and the Shadow of the Past: The Journey of Barbara Frass Varon, Xlibris, 2011. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia.
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