The Chronicle of the Lodz Ghetto, 1941-1944

Lucjan Dobroszycki Richard Lourie Joachim Neugroschel


The Chronicle of the Lodz Ghetto, 1941-1944

The Chronicle of the Lodz Ghetto, 1941-1944

  • Title: The Chronicle of the Lodz Ghetto, 1941-1944
  • Author: Lucjan Dobroszycki Richard Lourie Joachim Neugroschel
  • ISBN: 9780300039245
  • Page: 104
  • Format: Paperback

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A devastating, day by day record of life in the second largest Jewish ghetto in Nazi Europe a community that was reduced from 163,177 people in 1941 to 877 by 1944 Compiled by inhabitants of the ghetto and illustrated with than seventy haunting photographs, the Chronicle is a document unparalleled among writings on the Holocaust A remarkable piece of testimony To rA devastating, day by day record of life in the second largest Jewish ghetto in Nazi Europe a community that was reduced from 163,177 people in 1941 to 877 by 1944 Compiled by inhabitants of the ghetto and illustrated with than seventy haunting photographs, the Chronicle is a document unparalleled among writings on the Holocaust A remarkable piece of testimony To read it is to pay the dead the small tribute of remembrance, and to be devastated by a picture of a particular and terrible hell Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times The Chronicle of the Lodz Ghetto tears at the mind and heart and leaves a dark and numbing rage in the center of the soul Chaim Potok, The Philadelphia Inquirer Fascinating, disturbing Elie Wiesel, The New York Times Book Review Dobroszycki has done a major service not only to historians and students of the Holocaust, but to all those, both Jews and non Jews, who are interested in how a tyrannical regime can exploit, starve, and deceive tens of thousands of intelligent, articulate people in time of war Martin Gilbert, The New York Review of Books Sober yet unforgettably vivid S.S Prawer, Times Literary Supplement A milestone in Holocaust studies Its wealth of information and accuracy, and the systematic manner in which it was compiled, makes in an unequalled source on the history of the destruction of European Jewry Alexander Zvielli, The Jerusalem Post Magazine Well worth reading as a record of extremes of human experience Majorie Meehan, M.D American Journal of Psychiatry Dr Dobroszycki is a survivor of the ghetto He is also a trained historian with a sophisticated, finely honed mind No one knows as much about these records as he does No one understands them better Raul HilbergLucjan Dobroszycki is a historian at YIVO Institute for Jewish Research and Yeshiva University.


Recent Comments "The Chronicle of the Lodz Ghetto, 1941-1944"

This book is not a light read. Life in the Lodz Ghetto is told by several writers in diary form. It's heartbreaking in it's acceptance of their fate and their ignorance of what really is happening when friends and neighbors are asked to "perform manual labor outside the ghetto". I'll never look at a potato peel the same.

I read this years ago and will re-read again as the history of the holocaust has overtaken my brain again. This was quite a unique book in the records as it was a "chronicle," not a diary, not a memoir but basically a ledger of the occurrences in the Lodz Ghetto written by the Jewish record keepers within the ghetto. The lack of emotionalism reflected in this book showed me the degree of numbness that a person can remove themselves from the horror of any situation.

Really the technical diary of the Ghetto's Jewish administration that maps out the day to day struggles of the people in the Lodz ghettos during WW2. Its a difficult and somber read filled with a lot of horror and sadness, but a must read to truly understand what it must have been like to live and die in such a horrible situation. Painful, but enlightening.

Day-to-day life in the Łódź Ghetto, fascinating and horrifying, particularly if you have read a little before this and a few of the names mean something. I can think of no better preface to this book than 'The Diary of Dawid Sierakowiak: Five Notebooks from the Lodz Ghetto', in my opinion the definitive Holocaust diary.

It is sad but i am not sure I can recall much of this. I saw a number of documentaries at the time, one of which featured Jerzy Kozinski and all of the details have merged and become rather murky.

He was the sweetest of men.


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