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March 17, 2016 | Author: | Posted in history, holocaust studies

CELAN ‘S DEATH FUGUE ‘ AND LEVI ‘S SURVIVAL IN AUSCHWITZ Paul Celan and Primo Levi both survived internment in concentration camps during World War II , but their writings demonstrate markedly different perspectives . While Death Fugue ‘ relies heavily on symbolism to depict the concentration camp experience as a bizarre dance of death …

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History / The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 1943

March 17, 2016 | Author: | Posted in history, holocaust studies

The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 2005 Almost since the very beginning of the World War II , Poland went completely under control of German Army . About 3 millions of Jewish people were collected in this country in special ghettos and concentration camps , located all around the territory . The Warsaw Ghetto was established in …

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