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by Ellen Land-Weber

  • ISBN: 0252074025
  • Author: Ellen Land-Weber
  • ePub ver: 1775 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 344
  • Publisher: University of Illinois Press; Reprint edition (December 29, 2006)
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  • Category: Art
  • Subcategory: Photography & Video
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Ellen Land-Weber creates a moving, multidimensional picture of the evasive strategies and heart-stopping close calls that filled the years of the Holocaust for both rescuers and rescued.

Ellen Land-Weber creates a moving, multidimensional picture of the evasive strategies and heart-stopping close calls that filled the years of the Holocaust for both rescuers and rescued. In paperback for the first time, the rescuees narrate their growing awareness of the tightening circle of Nazi terror, their experiences in hiding, often being shunted from one safehouse to another, and their hairbreadth separation from friends and family who did not escape. To Save a Life is more about the human capacity for selfless action and about memory than about history in any narrow sense

To Save a Life: STORIES OF HOLOCAUST RESCUE. by. Ellen Land-Weber. The Holocaust takes on a riveting immediacy in these true stories of an everyday, understated heroism that saved thousands of Jews from annihilation at the hands of the Third Reich. Combining personal interviews with contemporary and vintage photographs, To Save a Life pairs the stories of a handful of rescuers with those of people they saved.

Stories of Holocaust Rescue can be read as portraits of people who, when . He is smiling broadly. To Save a Life is a book that anyone interested in the history of the World War II should know about.

Stories of Holocaust Rescue can be read as portraits of people who, when faced with the threat of capture and death at the hands of their persecutors, often acted with extraordinary courage and resourcefulness. But it is more about the human capacity for selfless action and about memory than about history in any narrow sense.

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Combining personal interviews with contemporary and vintage photographs, To Save a Life pairs the stories of a handful of rescuers with those of people they saved.

Ellen Land-Weber (born 1943) is an American photographer and author. In 2000 she authored the book To Save a Life: Stories of Jewish Rescue

Ellen Land-Weber (born 1943) is an American photographer and author. In 2000 she authored the book To Save a Life: Stories of Jewish Rescue. Her work is included in the collections of the National Gallery of Canada and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. and numerous permanent collections. Exhibited widely since the 1970’s, she was known for working with alternative technologies such as the first color copy machine, 3M Color in Color, (solo exhibition at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1978).

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Ellen Land-Weber (born 1943) is an American photographer and author. In 1998 she authored the book To Save a Life: Stories of Jewish Rescue. The Passion Collector, 1980. To Save a Life: Stories of Holocaust Rescue, University of Illinois Press, 2000.

Working as an interviewer with the Oliners on The Altruistic Personality: Rescuers of Jews in Nazi Europe (1988), Land-Weber became interested in the psyche of individual rescuers. She states that her motivation for the project was to provide "an example for others, for they prove that it is possible for ordinary people to make a difference, to act for social justice in an imperfect world.

The Holocaust takes on a riveting immediacy in these true stories of the everyday, understated heroism that saved thousands of Jews from annihilation at the hands of the Third Reich. Combining personal interviews with contemporary and vintage photographs, To Save a Life pairs the stories of a handful of rescuers with those of people they saved. Ellen Land-Weber creates a moving, multidimensional picture of the evasive strategies and heartstopping close calls that filled the years of the Holocaust for both rescuers and rescued. In paperback for the first time, the rescues narrate their growing awareness of the tightening circle of Nazi terror, their experiences in hiding, often being shunted from one safehouse to another, and their hair's-breadth separation from friends and family who did not escape. Promotional Information: Life-saving acts of heroism by ordinary people in the face of Nazi tyranny.

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