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You've Got to Tell Them: A French Girl's Experience of Auschwitz and After

Ida Grinspan and Bertrand Poirot-Delpech ; translated by Charles B. Potter
Format
Book
Published
Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, [2018]
Language
Translated from the French
Uniform Title
J'ai Pas Pleuré English
Variant Title
You have got to tell them
ISBN
9780807169803, 0807169803, 9780807169797, 9780807169810
Contents
  • French publisher's preface
  • Foreword / by Ida Grinspan and Bertrand Poirot-Delpech
  • Part I: "The Jewess of Lié". The sound of a motor in the night
  • France, the place of refuge
  • Country girl
  • "You will never see her again!"
  • Drancy-Pitchipoï
  • Part II: From a human to an item. "It couldn't be any worse!"
  • "On another planet!"
  • The Kapos: "Here, you enter via the door, and you leave via the chimney!"
  • A day in quarantine
  • Roll call
  • The Kommandos
  • Towards the Kommandos
  • Mala, our ideal!
  • The factory
  • Story of a gray sweater
  • A crematorium explodes
  • An incredible string of lucky breaks
  • "The death march"
  • Stopover in Ravensbrück
  • The miracle of miracles
  • "Hello!"
  • "Revoir Paris"
  • First antibiotics
  • A hat with cherries on it
  • Learning about the resistance
  • Even the dog ...
  • Alice's demise
  • "Slog"
  • A certain Leo
  • Get even? What good would that do?
  • Antigone
  • "The policemen could have saved her"
  • A mere transfer
  • "My best student"
  • "Even Raymond!"
  • The missed meeting with Wanda
  • Exceptional women
  • "The only cemetery I have"
  • Only as long as a song
  • The thoughts of a witness
  • Part III: Then what? Why 1988?
  • What is it to bear witness?
  • "Who did that to you?"
  • Good questions
  • The need for optimism
  • "Salvation through solidarity"
  • Have I forgotten anything?
  • A stone on the edge of a grave
  • Do not ever stop telling
  • You've got to tell them
  • Timeline: the story behind the history
  • French publisher's afterword.
Description
xvi, 178 pages ; 23 cm
Notes
  • "Copyright 2002 by Éditions Robert Laffont; preface and afterword copyright 2003 by Éditions Pocket Jeunesse, département d'Univers Poche."
  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 177-178).
Technical Details
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