Home THE JEWS IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
BY MARTIN GILBERT


It was nothing short of a terrific honor to be included in Sir Martin Gilbert’s volume, The Jews in the Twentieth Century. Included are two images from my Who Will Say Kaddish? seen below. For more information on this extraordinary man please check out some of the links below, and be sure to click on the book cover here if you’d like to purchase a copy.



From The Jews in the Twentieth Century, pages 350 - 351.
The memorial at the railway yard in Warsaw from which more than 300,000 Jews were deported to Treblinka and murdered. There were too many names to inscribe on the memorial, so only first names were listed, in their Polish spellings: Mosze, Dawid, Szoszana, etc. In the building on the right thousands of Jews were held before being deported.



From The Jews in the Twentieth Century, pages 332 - 333.
Three Polish women at a Hebrew language class at the Nozyk synagogue community centre in Warsaw in 1998. Klara Tuchanowska (centre), brought up a Catholic, had only found out five years earlier, at the age of sixteen, that her mother had been adopted by a Catholic family during the war.


Martin Gilbert


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