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by Aad Wagenaar,Janna Eliot

eBook Settela ePub
Author: Aad Wagenaar,Janna Eliot
Language: English
ISBN: 0907123708
ISBN13: 978-0907123705
Publisher: Five Leaves Publications (March 16, 2005)
Pages: 96
Category: World
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 682
Formats: lrf lrf lit docx
ePub file: 1303 kb
Fb2 file: 1640 kb

Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780993389825. Release Date:September 2016.

But Aad Wagenaar made an astonishing discovery. The child was not Jewish but a Sinti Gypsy girl.

Settela Wagenaar, Aad Неизвестно 9780907123705 : The Dutch journalist Aad Wagenaar decided to trace one of the iconic images of the Holocaust - a girl looking back from a transport on its way.

Settela Wagenaar, Aad Неизвестно 9780907123705 : The Dutch journalist Aad Wagenaar decided to trace one of the iconic images of the Holocaust - a girl looking back from a transport on its wa. 2005 Размер: 197 x 130 x 11 Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade) Рейтинг

Translated by Janna Eliot, with an afterword by Ian Hancock.

Translated by Janna Eliot, with an afterword by Ian Hancock.

Settela's Last Road book. This book tells the story of Settela, the girl who peeked out of the boxcar door, an image now famous around the world. Wartime Holland, 1944. Nazis occupy the land. The historical events in the book are very accurate and I found it a very easy and charming read. I would recommend this to younger readers of O Baro Porrajmos, the Holocaust, beginning in middle school.

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The revised English translation of Settela - by Janna Eliot - is.

By following the number on the outside of the wagon, number 10, 16 or 18, the description of the wagon, and the identity of a single suitcase that appears in the shot, he quickly discovered that the transport took place on 19 May 1944 and that it was a mixed transport of Dutch Romani and Jews. ISBN 90-295-5612-9) (Settela: The Girl Who Got Her Name Back). The revised English translation of Settela - by Janna Eliot - is. ISBN 978-933898-2-5.

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"A young girl, looking back from a train, appears for seven seconds on a film of a transport bound for Auschwitz. Who was the girl? Did she survive? Aad Wagenaar, a leading Dutch journalist, felt haunted by this image and decided to discover her identity. His two year search led to the Westerbork transit camp in Holland, war archives in Scheveningen and Amsterdam, meetings with Jewish survivors and, finally, to the Dutch Sinti (Gypsy) community. The common assumption that the child was Jewish proved to be wrong. She was a Sinti girl called Settela, born beneath a caravan. She was murdered in Auschwitz at nine years old. This book is the account of Aad Wagenaar's quest." Translated by Janna Eliot, with an afterword by Ian Hancock. Five Leaves, 2005.
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