Minecraft Adventures B2G1 Free
 
 

Special Offers see all

Enter to WIN a $100 Credit

Subscribe to PowellsBooks.news
for a chance to win.
Privacy Policy

Visit our stores


    Recently Viewed clear list


    Q&A | August 26, 2015

    Christopher Moore: IMG Powell’s Q&A: Christopher Moore



    Note: Join us this Thursday, August 27, at Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing for an author event with Christopher Moore. Describe your latest... Continue »
    1. $18.89 Sale Hardcover add to wish list

      Secondhand Souls

      Christopher Moore 9780061779787

    spacer

This item may be
out of stock.

Click on the button below to search for this title in other formats.


Check for Availability
Add to Wishlist

The Dawn of Hope: A Memoir of Ravensbruck and Beyond

The Dawn of Hope: A Memoir of Ravensbruck and Beyond Cover

 

Synopses & Reviews

Synopsis:

The "French Mother Teresa" tells for the first time of her experience in the concentration camp at Ravensbruck, reviving a poignant reminder of the Holocaust that must never be forgotten.

Synopsis:

"When the Germans occupied Paris in the summer of 1940, Genevieve de Gaulle, the niece of General Charles de Gaulle, immediately joined the Underground. She was then nineteen. Three years later she was arrested, together with a number of her fellow Resistance members, and incarcerated in Fresnes Prison, one of France's worst. From there she was shipped, in one of the now-legendary cattle cars, to the Nazi death camp Ravensbruck. Miraculously she survived her year-and-a-half-long ordeal, much of it in solitary, and was liberated in 1945."--BOOK JACKET. "For over fifty years she resisted all pleas from family and friends to record her experiences of that nightmare period, then finally yielded and brought forth these brief but searing pages telling what it was like to face death every day as a young woman. It was both a test of endurance and a test of faith."--BOOK JACKET. "Several years after her liberation, visiting a camp of the poor and homeless outside Paris, she recognized in their eyes the same despair she had known in Ravensbruck. From that day on she dedicated her life to improving the lot of the have-nots of this world."--BOOK JACKET.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781559704984
Subtitle:
A Memoir of Ravensbruck and Beyond
Translator:
Seaver, Richard
Author:
de Gaulle Anthonioz, Geniviev
Author:
Anthonioz, Genevieve D.
Author:
Gaulle-Anthonioz, Genevieve De
Author:
Seaver, Richard
Publisher:
Arcade Publishing
Location:
New York :
Subject:
World war, 1939-1945
Subject:
Historical - Holocaust
Subject:
Concentration camps
Subject:
Prisoners and prisons, german
Subject:
Anti-nazi movement
Subject:
World War, 19
Edition Number:
1
Edition Description:
1st English-language ed.
Publication Date:
November 1999
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
128
Dimensions:
8.02x4.90x.52 in. .46 lbs.

Related Subjects

Biography » Historical
History and Social Science » World History » Holocaust

The Dawn of Hope: A Memoir of Ravensbruck and Beyond
0 stars - 0 reviews
$ In Stock
Product details 128 pages Arcade Publishing - English 9781559704984 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , The "French Mother Teresa" tells for the first time of her experience in the concentration camp at Ravensbruck, reviving a poignant reminder of the Holocaust that must never be forgotten.
"Synopsis" by , "When the Germans occupied Paris in the summer of 1940, Genevieve de Gaulle, the niece of General Charles de Gaulle, immediately joined the Underground. She was then nineteen. Three years later she was arrested, together with a number of her fellow Resistance members, and incarcerated in Fresnes Prison, one of France's worst. From there she was shipped, in one of the now-legendary cattle cars, to the Nazi death camp Ravensbruck. Miraculously she survived her year-and-a-half-long ordeal, much of it in solitary, and was liberated in 1945."--BOOK JACKET. "For over fifty years she resisted all pleas from family and friends to record her experiences of that nightmare period, then finally yielded and brought forth these brief but searing pages telling what it was like to face death every day as a young woman. It was both a test of endurance and a test of faith."--BOOK JACKET. "Several years after her liberation, visiting a camp of the poor and homeless outside Paris, she recognized in their eyes the same despair she had known in Ravensbruck. From that day on she dedicated her life to improving the lot of the have-nots of this world."--BOOK JACKET.
spacer
spacer
  • back to top

FOLLOW US ON...

       
Powell's City of Books is an independent bookstore in Portland, Oregon, that fills a whole city block with more than a million new, used, and out of print books. Shop those shelves — plus literally millions more books, DVDs, and gifts — here at Powells.com.