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Yitzhak Katzenelson, "Journal du camp de Vittel"

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Yitzhak Katzenelson, "Journal du camp de Vittel"

Yitzhak Katzenelson, "Journal du camp de Vittel"
2016 | ISBN: 2702153747 | Français | EPUB | 226 pages | 0.4 MB

Le 14 août 1942, Hannah, l’épouse d’Yitzhak Katzenelson, et leurs deux plus jeunes garçons, Ben Zion et Benjamin sont convoyés vers Treblinka depuis le ghetto de Varsovie. Katzenelson et son fils aîné, Zvi, en réchappent et travaillent alors quelques mois dans un atelier allemand situé dans les décombres du ghetto. Sans illusion sur le sort réservé à sa femme et ses enfants, celui qui est l’un des plus grands poètes juifs du xxe siècle cesse alors d’écrire.

Backpacking Arizona: From Deep Canyons to Sky Islands

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Backpacking Arizona: From Deep Canyons to Sky Islands

Bruce Grubbs, "Backpacking Arizona: From Deep Canyons to Sky Islands"
English | 2003 | ISBN: 0899973248 | 254 pages | EPUB | 40.6 MB

Better Days Will Come Again: The Life of Arthur Briggs, Jazz Genius of Harlem, Paris, and a Nazi Prison Camp

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Better Days Will Come Again: The Life of Arthur Briggs, Jazz Genius of Harlem, Paris, and a Nazi Prison Camp

Better Days Will Come Again: The Life of Arthur Briggs, Jazz Genius of Harlem, Paris, and a Nazi Prison Camp by Travis Atria
English | January 7th, 2020 | ISBN: 0914090100 | 304 pages | EPUB | 5.29 MB

Arthur Briggs's life was Homeric in scope. Born on the the tiny island of Grenada, he set sail for Harlem during the Renaissance, then to Europe in the aftermath of WWI, where he was among the first pioneers to introduce jazz music to the world. During the legendary Jazz Age in Paris, Briggs's trumpet provided the soundtrack while Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and the rest of the Lost Generation got drunk. By the 1930s, Briggs was considered "the Louis Armstrong of Paris," and was the peer of the greatest names of his time, from Josephine Baker to Django Reinhardt.

Home Feelings: Liberal Citizenship and the Canadian Reading Camp Movement (Carleton Library)

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Home Feelings: Liberal Citizenship and the Canadian Reading Camp Movement (Carleton Library)

Home Feelings: Liberal Citizenship and the Canadian Reading Camp Movement (Carleton Library) by Jody Mason
English | December 18th, 2019 | ISBN: 0773558861, 077355887X | 368 pages | EPUB | 14.62 MB

Literature, literacy, and citizenship took on new and contested meanings in early twentieth-century Canada, particularly in frontier work camps. In this critical history of the reading camp movement, Jody Mason undertakes the first sustained analysis of the organization that became Frontier College in 1919. Employing an interdisciplinary approach, Home Feelings investigates how the reading camp movement used fiction, poetry, songs, newspapers, magazines, school readers, and English-as-a-second-language and citizenship manuals to encourage ideas of selfhood that were individual and intimate rather than collective.

More Than a Lemonade Stand: The Complete Guide for Planning, Implementing & Running a Successful Youth Entrepreneur Camp

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More Than a Lemonade Stand: The Complete Guide for Planning, Implementing & Running a Successful Youth Entrepreneur Camp

More Than a Lemonade Stand: The Complete Guide for Planning, Implementing & Running a Successful Youth Entrepreneur Camp by Julie Ann Wood
English | September 10th, 2019 | ISBN: 1630474568, 1630474541 | 150 pages | EPUB | 1.42 MB

Help the leaders of tomorrow get their start with this step-by-step guide to creating your own youth entrepreneur camp.

Operation Swallow: American Soldiers' Remarkable Escape from Berga Concentration Camp

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Operation Swallow: American Soldiers' Remarkable Escape from Berga Concentration Camp

Operation Swallow: American Soldiers' Remarkable Escape from Berga Concentration Camp by Mark Felton
English | October 15th, 2019 | ISBN: 1546076441 | 304 pages | EPUB | 12.63 MB

The true and heroic story of American POWs' daring escape from a Nazi concentration camp.