Storming the Tulips by Nancy L. Baumann (Editor, Editor-In-Chief); Hannie J. Voyles (Edited and Translated by); Ronald Sanders (Compiled by)
Call Number: 921 SENESH
Publication Date: 2011-04-04
A biography of a Jewish heroine whose resistance work during World War II made her a martyr and an inspiration to those with whom she worked.
In Kindling Flame by Linda Atkinson
Call Number: 940.53 VOY
Publication Date: 2011-03-21
Presents the stories of twenty students who attended the First Montessori School in Amsterdam during the Holocaust, discussing the hardships and tragedies the children faced when friends and family members disappeared, some were sent to death camps, some joined the Nazi youth, and some struggled to find food.
Beyond Courage by Doreen Rappaport
Call Number: 940.53 RAP
Publication Date: 2014-01-23
Brings to light the courage of countless Jews who organized to sabotage the Nazis and help other Jews during the Holocaust.
Hidden on the Mountain by Karen Gray Ruelle; Deborah Durland DeSaix (Illustrator)
Call Number: 920 DES
Publication Date: 2007-02-01
As the Nazi Army closed in on Europe at the onset of World War II, desperate Jewish families were forced to flee their homes. Their lives were in danger, and they had no safe place to go. In this book the authors tell the poignant stories of some of the desperate children, collected in interviews both of survivors and the families who helped them in a small village in southern France.
Anton the Dove Fancier and Other Tales of the Holocaust by Bernard Gotfryd
Call Number: 940.53 GOT
Publication Date: 2000-04-17
Collection of true stories gathered from the anguished memory of the author's years as a Jewish youth in wartime Poland.
Chiune Sugihara was one of the most important rescuers of Jews during the Nazi Holocaust. An estimated 40,000 descendants of the Jewish refugees he saved are alive today because of his courageous actions. The story of Chiune Sugihara is among the most remarkable of the second world war.
Past history can teach us a lot of things about people and our world. Today we are lucky to have the right to voice our opinions against groups and organizations. Take a look back at the Holocaust and see what happened to a group of young college students who spoke out against the Nazi regime. This story will teach you about dissent during this time and you will learn about the leaflet they called The White Rose.