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    • Sylvia A. Rouss interview, 2004 May

    • Ramon, Ilan, 1954-2003 - Juvenile literature; Joseph, Joachim - Juvenile literature; Dasberg, Simon - Juvenile literature; Ramon, Ilan, 1954-2003; Joseph, Joachim; Dasberg, Simon; Bergen-Belsen (Concentration camp) - Juvenile literature;...
    • Sylvia A. Rouss discusses her book for young adults, “Reach for the Stars.” She begins by explaining that the book follows how a small Torah scroll was given to a boy in a concentration camp and was brought on board the Columbia Spacecraft. ...
    • Roger Cohen interview

    • Berga (Concentration camp); World War, 1939-1945 - Prisoners and prisons, German; World War, 1939-1945 - Concentration camps - Germany - Berga; World War, 1939-1945 - Conscript labor - Germany - Berga; Death marches - Germany; Prisoners of war...
    • Roger Cohen discusses his book, “Soldiers and Slaves.” He begins by discussing his time spent working in Berlin for the “New York Times” and how difficult it was for him as a Jewish man. He explains that the idea for the book came when he...
    • Judith Tydor Baumel-Schwartz interview

    • Jewish women in the Holocaust; World War, 1939-1945 - Jewish resistance
    • Judith Tydor Baumel-Schwartz discusses her book, “Double Jeopardy.” She begins by explaining that her book follows a group of women who were sent to a concentration camp and stayed together. She talks about the amount of humiliation and...
    • Bruce Goldsmith interview, 1989

    • Tattooing - Fiction; World War, 1939-1945 - Concentration camps - West (U.S.) - Fiction; Journalists - Fiction
    • Bruce Goldsmith discusses his novel, “Blue Numbers.” He begins by explaining that his book is about a young man who must compete with his siblings to run the family business. He talks about how his characters are Jewish and determined to...
    • Rahna R. Rizzuto interview, 1990

    • Japanese Americans - Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 - Fiction; World War, 1939-1945 - Concentration camps - West (U.S.) - Fiction
    • Rahna R. Rizzuto discusses her novel, “Why She Left Us.” She begins by explaining that her book is about a family living in a Japanese-American internment camp during World War II. She talks about how she is a fourth generation immigrant, and...
    • Robert Clary interview

    • Actors - United States - Biography; Clary, Robert
    • Robert Clary discusses his book, “From the Holocaust to Hogan’s Heroes.” He begins by explaining how the book is an autobiography of his life, which begins with his childhood in France during World War II. Clary discusses his career in...
    • Aaron Hass interview, 1990 November

    • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Influence; Holocaust survivors - United States - Interviews; Holocaust survivors - United States - Mental health
    • Aaron Hass discusses his book, “The Aftermath.” He begins by explaining that for many people the Holocaust didn’t end in 1945 and their memories will haunt them for the rest of their lives. He talks about his own parents who were Holocaust...
    • Charlotte Chandler interview

    • Motion picture producers and directors - Great Britain - Biography; Chandler, Charlotte; Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980
    • Charlotte Chandler discusses her book, “It’s Only a Movie.” She begins by explaining that the book is a biography of the British director Alfred Hitchcock whom she had met and interviewed prior to his death in 1980. Chandler shares the story...
    • Gary Gach interview, 2003 August

    • Buddhism
    • Gary Gach discusses his book, “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Buddhism.” He begins by explaining that there are over 5 million Buddhists in the world, and many people convert because it is compatible with the beliefs of different religions. ...
    • William Greider interview, 2003

    • Capitalism - United States; Capitalism - Moral and ethical aspects - United States; Capitalism - Social aspects - United States
    • William Greider discusses his book, “The Soul of Capitalism: Opening Paths to a Moral Economy.” He says that priceless elements in people’s lives are being driven out by prices being placed on everything. Greider talks about the...
    • John Armor interview, 1988 October

    • Manzanar War Relocation Center - Pictorial works; Manzanar War Relocation Center; Japanese Americans - Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 - Pictorial works; World War, 1939-1945 - Concentration camps - California - Manzanar - Pictorial works;...
    • John Armor discusses his book, “Manzanar,” co-authored with Peter Wright. Armor talks about John Dewitt, commander of the Western Defense Command, and the views of Frank Knox, Earl Warren, and Francis Biddle about the Japanese internment...
    • Ib Melchior interview, 1993 March

    • Melchior, Ib; World War, 1939-1945 - Secret service - United States; United States. - Army. - Counter Intelligence Corps - Biography; Intelligence officers - United States - Biography; World War, 1939-1945 - Personal narratives, American
    • Ib Melchior discusses his autobiography, “Case By Case.” He begins by explaining that he was a member of the Office of Strategic Services during World War II. Years later, he went back and followed up on all the cases that he handled. He...
    • Karen Finell interview

    • World War, 1939-1945 - Germany - Berlin; World War, 1939-1945 - Children - Germany - Berlin - Biography; World War, 1939-1945 - Personal narratives, German; Berlin (Germany) - History - Blockade, 1948-1949 - Personal narratives
    • Karen Finell discusses her book, “Good-bye to the Mermaids: A Childhood Lost in Hitler’s Berlin.” She talks about the women in her family and their ties to the United States. Finell says the Nazis killed anyone with a chronic illness,...
    • Stuart Eizenstat interview, 2003

    • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Economic aspects; Jewish property - Europe; World War, 1939-1945 - Confiscations and contributions - Europe; World War, 1939-1945 - Destruction and pillage - Europe; Forced labor - Germany - History - 20th...
    • Stuart Eizenstat discusses his book, “Imperfect Justice.” He begins by explaining that many relatives of Jews in the Holocaust couldn’t get into their deceased relative’s bank accounts because there were no death certificates. He...
    • Gerald Posner and John Ware interview, 1986

    • Mengele, Josef, 1911-1979; Auschwitz (Concentration camp); War criminals - Germany - Biography; Physicians - Germany - Biography; World war, 1939-1945 - Atrocities; Human experimentation in medicine
    • Posner begins the discussion covering how his work as a lawyer prompted him to research and write about Mengele. Posner and Connie spend the first interview segment talking about the people who influenced, mentored, and supported Mengele throughout...
    • Susan Goldman Rubin interview, 2003 December 01

    • Frank, Anne, 1929-1945; Frank, Anne, 1929-1945 - Correspondence - Juvenile literature; Wagner, Juanita; Heibner, Betty; Frank, Anne, 1929-1945; Wagner, Juanita; Heibner, Betty; Jews - Netherlands - Amsterdam - Biography - Juvenile literature;...
    • Susan Goldman Rubin discusses her book, “Searching for Anne Frank.” She begins by explaining that the book compares the impact of World War II on the lives of two families in two countries, the United States and the Netherlands. The book charts...
    • Robert Tanenbaum interview

    • Karp, Butch (Fictitious character) - Fiction; Ciampi, Marlene (Fictitious character) - Fiction; Terrorists - Fiction; New York (N.Y.) - Fiction
    • Robert Tanenbaum discusses his novel, “Escape.” He begins by explaining that this book is part of his series that follows the main characters Butch Karp, the New York City District Attorney, and his wife Marlene Ciampi. He talks about how the...
    • Michael Berenbaum interview, 1995 February

    • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Public opinion; Public opinion - United States; Jews - United States - Attitudes; Judaism - 20th century
    • Michael Berenbaum discusses his book, “After Tragedy and Triumph.” He begins by explaining that he is the Project Director of the Holocaust Museum as well as a professor of theology at Georgetown University. He talks about the construction of...
    • John Menkes interview, 2003 October 13

    • Jewish women - Fiction; Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Fiction; Holocaust survivors -Fiction; Vienna (Austria) - Fiction
    • John Menkes discusses his book, “After the Tempest.” He begins by explaining the book’s plot, which begins in post World War II Venice. One of his central characters is a young man who was drafted into the army and worked in a concentration...
    • Simon Wiesenthal, 1982 April

    • Galicia (Poland and Ukraine) - Ethnic relations; Holocaust survivors - Galicia (Poland and Ukraine); War criminals - Germany; Jews - Persecutions - Galicia (Poland and Ukraine); Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - Galicia (Poland and Ukraine)
    • Simon Wiesenthal discusses his book, “Max and Helen.” He begins by explaining the plot of the book, which chronicles the tale of Max and Helen who are Holocaust survivors who were separated during the war, and both end up in Concentration...

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