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Shavelings in death camps : a Polish priest's memoir of imprisonment by the Nazis, 1939-1945

Author: Henry M Malak
Publisher: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., Publishers, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"At the beginning of World War II, Catholic priests all across Poland were arrested and sent to Nazi concentration camps. This memoir by Fr. Henryk Maria Malak (1912-1987) is their story and his"--Provided by publisher.
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Genre/Form: Biographies
Personal narratives
Biography
Personal narratives, Polish
Named Person: Henry M Malak; Henry M Malak
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry M Malak
ISBN: 9780786470570 0786470577
OCLC Number: 791643072
Description: viii, 410 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Introduction to the 1961 Edition --
The Merciless Summer of 1939 --
And That Day Arrived --
"Invitation" to a Meeting --
Górna Grupa --
To Gdańsk --
In the Hell of Stutthof --
The Butchers of Stutthof --
Miserere --
A Hunger for Freedom --
Holy Week 1940 --
Ethnic Germans --
Grenzdorf --
Here You Have to Work --
Satan's Program --
What Will Become of Us? --
Sachsenhausen --
The First Days --
No Changes in Sachsenhausen --
One-Eyed Fritz --
In the Valley of Jehoshaphat --
A Chapel in the Death Camp --
The Stream of Time Was Flowing --
Roll Call --
The Last Days --
A Holy Shipment --
The Sanitarium in Dachau --
Snow. The Year 1941 Approaches --
When on Candlemas Day All Was Covered with Snow --
Allow Us to Work --
The Second Freiland --
"Joyful Privileges" --
The Reverend Bishop --
September 15, 1941 --
The Fence Fell and with It the Privileges --
A Memorable Transport --
Zdzich's Hanka --
Now You'll Rot in Dachau! --
The Mountain Girl with Little Thèrése's Face --
The Dismal Beginning of 1942 --
Holy Week 1942 --
Polish Priests Build a Crematorium --
Three Hundred Polish Priests to the Gas Chambers --
Guinea Pigs --
At the Turning Point of 1942 --
My Mother's Brother --
They Would Have Survived --
Autumn of 1942 --
Goebbels and the Catholic Nuns --
The Year 1943 --
At the Turning Point of 1943 --
Autumn of 1943 --
The Nazi Nero --
Spring of 1944 --
The Fruitful Summer of 1944 --
The Nun Barbara --
A Diary --
At the Dawn of 1945 --
The Last Month --
The Last Sunday --
Epilogue.
Other Titles: Klechy w obozach śmierci.
Responsibility: Fr. Henryk Maria Malak ; translated by Bozúenna J. Tucker and Thomas R. Tucker.

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"At the beginning of World War II, Catholic priests all across Poland were arrested and sent to Nazi concentration camps. This memoir by Fr. Henryk Maria Malak (1912-1987) is their story and his"--Provided by publisher.

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