A firsthand record of life in the Lodz ghetto from 1941 to its 1944 liquidation provides a devastating look at the Jewish community and the impact of the HolocaustHOLIDAY ALLOTMENT The ghetto is entirely under the spell of the Passover coupons. Nothing else is talked about, and the less people know, the more they have to say. ... Their coupons are in Yiddish, which, when translated, reads as follows: You are hereby requested to collect a food-coupon allotment as a holiday gift for your adopted child (name ) ... I take this occasion to wish you happy holidays.
|Title||:||The Chronicle of the Lodz Ghetto, 1941-1944|
|Publisher||:||Yale University Press - 1984|