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Every Day Lasts a Year A Jewish Family's Correspondence from Poland

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ISBN-10: 0521882745

ISBN-13: 9780521882743

Edition: 2007

Authors: Christopher R. Browning, Nechama Tec, Richard S. Hollander

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Richard Hollander was devastated when his parents were killed in a car accident in 1986. While rummaging through the attic, he discovered letters from a family he never knew - his father's family. Written between 1939 and 1942, they depict day-to-day life under extraordinary pain and stress.
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Book details

List price: $37.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 10/15/2007
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 308
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Christopher R. Browning is professor of history at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. He is a contributor to Yad Vashem's official twenty-four-volume history of the Holocaust and the author of two earlier books on the subject.

Richard S. Hollander is the son of Joseph A. Hollander. Joseph Hollander's mother, three sisters, their spouses, and children wrote the poignant and powerful letters from Krakow, Poland (1939-42) that comprise the bulk of this book. Hollander has an undergraduate degree in political science from Johns Hopkins University, a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University, and a master of liberal arts degree also from Johns Hopkins. He has been a reporter and columnist on two daily newspapers - The Evening News in Newsburgh, New York and The Baltimore News-American. Most of his journalism career was as a reporter for WBAL-TV in Baltimore, Maryland, where he specialized in covering…    

Introduction and Acknowledgments
People Frequently Mentioned in the Correspondence
Photograph Gallery
Joseph's Story
The Fate of the Jews of Cracow under Nazi Occupation
Through the Eyes of the Oppressed
The Letters
Letters without Reply: November 1939-May 1940
Separation Anxiety: May-August 1940
Exit Strategy: September-December 1940
Familial Love, Penned: January-December 1941