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Surviving The Angel Of Death

Author : Eva Kor
ISBN : 9781933718576
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes the life of Eva Mozes and her twin sister Miriam as they were interred at the Auschwitz concentration camp during the Holocaust, where Dr. Josef Mengele performed sadistic medical experiments on them until their release.

Victims And Survivors Of Nazi Human Experiments

Author : Paul Weindling
ISBN : 9781441189301
Genre : Medical
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While the coerced human experiments are notorious among all the atrocities under National Socialism, they have been marginalised by mainstream historians. This book seeks to remedy the marginalisation, and to place the experiments in the context of the broad history of National Socialism and the Holocaust. Paul Weindling bases this study on the reconstruction of a victim group through individual victims' life histories, and by weaving the victims' experiences collectively together in terms of different groupings, especially gender, ethnicity and religion, age, and nationality. The timing of the experiments, where they occurred, how many victims there were, and who they were, is analysed, as are hitherto under-researched aspects such as Nazi anatomy and executions. The experiments are also linked, more broadly, to major elements in the dynamic and fluid Nazi power structure and the implementation of racial policies. The approach is informed by social history from below, exploring both the rationales and motives of perpetrators, but assessing these critically in the light of victim narratives.

Surviving The Death Of An Angel

Author : Cecelia Yopp
ISBN : 1530732697
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In the new edition and updated title, "Surviving the Death of an Angel: Memoir of a Mother's Worse Reality," Dr. Cecelia Yopp shares her darkest time to-date; the birth and death of her newborn son, William Brandon Yopp. Dr. Yopp invites you on her personal grieving and healing journey with the intention to convey that your joy will eventually be restored. No matter the loss---of a child, spouse, parent, sibling, or any other loved-one---you are sure to find encouragement in this book for your personal grief journey.

Righteous Gentiles

Author : Joe Greek
ISBN : 9781477776124
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Since 1953, the State of Israel has named non-Jews who risked their lives to help save Jews during the Holocaust as "Righteous Among the Nations." Known as "righteous gentiles," these individuals summoned the strength to put aside their own safety to oppose the Nazis. This engrossing volume educates readers about some of the noteworthy righteous gentiles and groups who stood to lose everything as they aided, hid, and fought for the Jews with words as well as weapons. Photographs and quotes from primary source documents pull the reader into the inimitable experiences of these heroes.


Author : Danny Rittman
ISBN : 9781532000195
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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With the help of his son, Danny, Herman Rittman narrates his experience of the Holocaust. His story begins in Romania, where his happy childhood was interrupted when Hungarian officials sent the Jews to the Oradea ghetto, then to Auschwitz. Here the fourteen-year-old experienced unimaginablecruelty and countless deaths. He is sent to a gas chamber, only to have his life spared by Josef Mengele, the Angel of Death, in exchange for his participation in medical experiments. Hermans moving, evocative story is unsparing in its emotional honesty, filled with detailed vignettes about life in the death camp, his fellow prisoners, the guards and nurses, and fi nally the GIs who liberated Dachau in 1945.Herman ultimately reunites with his surviving family members in Romania, and emigrates to Palestine en route to a new life as an Israeli citizen. This story of how the authors courage, resilience, and determination helped him survive horrific circumstances is an unforgettable memoir of a terrible chapter in modern history.

Surviving My Haunted Life

ISBN : 9781477291016
Genre : Family & Relationships
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We heard ghost stories growing up but we never obsessed. As an adult I never entertained the idea of ghost; My mother tells me each and every time I have a ghostly scare, “if you follow signs the signs will follow you.” I was not following signs but the ghost were on my butt and even now I see things or feel a touch. I wonder if my mother was following signs when she had a ghost appear in her bedroom door way. I am only sharing the horror I have been thru but I am not afraid anymore as long as I don’t get hurt the way I did when I was under this on going demonic attack. SPIRITS GOOD AND EVIL EXIST AND I AM A SANE AND BOLD WITNESS!

Grand Theft Auto Iv

Author : BradyGames
ISBN : 0744011078
Genre : Games
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GET LOST IN LIBERTY CITY MISSIONS: Maps and strategy for all Lost & Damned missions - plus complete coverage of the new Odd Jobs, Bike Thefts, Gang Wars, Random Characters, and other activities required to achieve 100% completion. MAPS: Score health, armor, and weapons no matter where you are in Liberty City. Our maps show you where to find them in every mission. Pick-ups, collectibles, places of interest - everything you need and everywhere you need to be in a dedicated map section. SECRETS: Our detailed collection maps and descriptions reveal precise locations for all Sea Gulls hidden around Liberty City. VEHICLE SHOWROOM: Details on every ride in Liberty City. MULTIPLAYER: Complete coverage of the new modes of Multiplayer. Platform: Xbox 360 Genre: Action/Adventure

Surviving A Global Economic Crisis

Author : Hillary Dawes
ISBN : 9781606477304
Genre : Religion
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Our country and the world are going through some very hard economic times, and many people, including Christians, are distressed, and are wondering what is going to happen next. This book seeks to address some of those concerns from both a Biblical and experiential perspective. In this book, you will learn about false economic teachings that are prevalent in the world and church today. You will learn about true Biblical prosperity and the Biblical economy of ancient Israel. You will learn about the Biblical teachings concerning global recessions, and whether a global economic recession will usher in the Anti-Christ.You will have opportunity to dissect some of the most controversial prophecies in the book of Revelation, in order to get an economic forecast for the future. All this and more will be discovered in this book, as I unearth the secrets of surviving a global economic crisis. Are you ready for the meltdown? Hillary Dawes is a Christian writer who hails from Florida. She is a graduate of Florida International University, Miami, Florida, where she received her Bachelors of Science degree. She is a certified Biblical Health Coach, and a Christian Spiritual Teacher in her church. Ms. Dawes is a student of History, especially ancient and Biblical history. Since 2005, she has taken a deep interest in Biblical doctrine as it relates end-time events. She has written numerous articles on the internet, and for public presentations, and has her own blogsite. Ms. Dawes is especially gifted with giving prophetic insights into current Biblical teachings. Ms. Dawes has been a Christian since February 1990, and her writings are inspired from experience as well as from insight. Ms. Dawes can becontacted by: E-mail: daughterofwisdom Blog:

Angel Death

Author : Patricia Moyes
ISBN : 9781631942174
Genre : Fiction
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Fans of Emmy Tibbett, have we got the book for you! Vacationing with friends in the Caribbean, Emmy and Henry meet a sprightly and delightful spinster who spins a yarn about a young woman lost at sea and then (perhaps) found again. The yarn gets yet more fascinating when the spinster herself disappears, and Henry—wry, unflappable Henry Tibbett of Scotland Yard—responds in a most uncharacteristic fashion. It’s up to Emmy to untangle the clues, contending with drug smugglers on the one hand and an addled husband on the other. And did we mention the hurricanes? Emmy, of course, has resources to spare, so much so that we wish we could bring her back for a series of her very own.

Surviving Miscarriage

Author : Dr. Lisa Phillips-Leece
ISBN : 9781453551950
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Surviving Miscarriage—In the Arms of an Angel is my personal and professional journey through miscarriage. It is a touching and sensitive look at one woman’s journey, my journey. I am a qualified doctor of clinical psychology, who has travelled into the darkness of a world void of understanding about the real anguish of miscarriage, and all my training, skills, and insights did not ease the pain or simplify my experience. The effect on my family is captured in diary notes and albums. ‘I miss you, Xavier—you wood [sic] have bin [sic] the best brother. Love from Lincoln’ captures the hole left in the lives of existing children . . . siblings of the unborn baby. Drawing from my personal experience, I invite the reader to meet my unborn babies—Emerson, Xavier, Charlie, and Co. I share the healing journey that I travelled so that I can survive and comfort other parents in their survival. ‘Silent SIDS’ is a term I coined to capture the societal misconceptions, fears, and absence of support for families who have lost a baby. Miscarriage is likened to the social silence that often surrounds sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) in that a baby has died, suddenly and from unknown causes, and whose death is surrounded by silence, the muteness of family and friends, society, and the medical profession. You will hear my husband, himself a medical surgeon, referring to our baby’s corpse as, ‘Interesting . . . pathology museum specimen . . . but not our baby’. I bring the reader face to face with my story of grief and the isolation that surrounded my miscarriage of Xavier’s pregnancy in Hong Kong . . . where English was not the first language, a trained English speaking Australian obstetrician was near impossible to find in a private hospital, and my husband, Tony, as well as my own private obstetrician were back home in Australia. The ugliness of grief is shared in all its nakedness: the plea—‘I want to die to be with Xavier’—the aimless staring without thought or motivation, and the horror of ‘tearing the baby in half’ will tug at the heartstrings of even the toughest of readers. And later, an embryo is created in the lab . . . Is that science fiction? Or is it a desperate willingness to do anything humanly, scientifically, and medically possible to have a baby? The journey through in vitro fertilisation began, and six precious cells were made . . . at the start of life. An obsessive drive to fill the cavernous aching void in my heart was IVF. Then along came the fear of loving William in case he too left me! Miscarriage is the startling outcome of one in four pregnancies. Why? I interrogated God for answers. I demanded to know why a baby is created and given, only to be torn away. I asked if it is some cruel, sick joke. The professional audience is also invited to view some of the most up-to-date grief and loss theories to promote a better understanding of the miscarriage experience. My intention is that the professional support of women and their families in this situation will become real and meaningful, instead of sterile and insensitive. Beautiful ideas about gardens and pastel drawings, poems, and jewellery are offered to women to help them acknowledge their baby, bring their baby to ‘life’, and keep their memory alive. Personal photographs and diary entries are shared with the reader to comfort and validate the experience of miscarriage. The ‘exclusive club’ that no one really wants to join because the joining fee—your baby has to die—is very expensive and has no perks like other clubs, no discounts, no Christmas party . . . only shared pain and sadness. Occasionally though, the club’s members offer support and comfort to each other, and in that regard, it’s worth joining if you meet the eligibility criterion. The book also provides a special look at how fathers’ grieve and the difference where women cope by talking and crying, and men cope by working and providing practical supp

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