Edna S. Friedberg
By Edna S. Friedberg
How Novel About Armenian Genocide Became Bestseller in Warsaw Ghetto
By any measure, the Warsaw Ghetto was hell on earth. An urban prison zone in the middle of German-occupied Warsaw, after November 1940 the ghetto was enclosed by a ten-foot high wall that was topped with barbed wire and tightly guarded. German authorities packed over 400,000 Jews of all ages into an area of just…
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