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The Children Accuse based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
A heartbreaking series of short testimonies (2 to 5 pages generally) out of Poland, mostly from child Holocaust survivors. (There was a small section of adults talking about children's Holocaust experiences.) I recognized several of the people mentioned and the stories as things I had come across in other Holocaust books. What's especially significant is that most of these recollections were relatively fresh, having been collected in 1946.I think a good general knowledge of the Holocaust in Poland would be required to fully appreciate this book. They don't bother to define terms or go into a history of the ghettos or anything. But this is an excellent collection and, I believe, would qualify as primary sources for research purposes.