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A Hidden Diary from the Łodz Ghetto, 1942–1944



Heniek Fogel | Editor: Helene Sinnreich


Days of Rain

Enzo Tayar


Diary From Hell in Transnistria 1942–1944

Lipman Kunstadt | Edited by Sarah Rosen and Dalia Ofer


I decided to stop writing the diary and to destroy the pages… I eventually overcame the despair and listened to the counterargument…a miracle may occur and your fragmentary writings will be the only remaining memory of Transnistria. (Lipman Kunstadt, August 26, 1942)

Diary from Hell in Transnistria is a painfully vivid and intricate account of life in the Dzhurin ghetto in Transnistria, written by Lipman Kunstadt, who was deported there from Radauţi, Romania, with his wife, his children, his mother, and his sister on October 14, 1941. Kunstadt, who was well-educated and a journalist, was appointed secretary of the Jewish council in the Dzhurin ghetto, where he had access to a great deal of information about its inner workings. He began writing his diary in Yiddish on April 11, 1942, at great risk, sparing no criticism against the ghetto leadership. 


Diary from the Kovno Ghetto: August 1942-January 1943

Ilya Gerber, Edited by Lea Prais



Moral Dilemmas among Jews in the Reality of the Holocaust

By Yitzhak Arad


It Happened on Our Planet offers a brutally honest insight into the horrifying decisions that the Jews had to make and the unbearable situations in which the Jews found themselves during this time. The publication of this important work will present generations to come with a better understanding of the complex reality of the Holocaust.



Memoirs of an Unfortunate Person: The Diary of Moty Stromer

Moty Stromer | Foreword by David Silberklang