Cigarette Sellers of Three Crosses Square

by Joseph Ziemian

Publisher: Runestone Pr

Written in English
Published: Downloads: 367
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Subjects:

  • Warsaw,
  • Poland,
  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945),
  • Personal narratives,
  • Jewish children,
  • Jews,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Persecutions
The Physical Object
FormatLibrary Binding
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9562619M
ISBN 100822531534
ISBN 109780822531531
OCLC/WorldCa123062768

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Sentenced to death, hounded at every step, they kept themselves alive by peddling cigarettes in Warsaw's Three Crosses Square - where the author, a member of the Jewish Underground in Poland, met and helped them and recorded their story. Several of the children were finally caught and killed, but most survived and are alive Rating: % positive. Triple Cross Square → Three Crosses Square — The "Triple Crosses" thing was invented (in good faith, I believe) by one of the contributors of Wikipedia. However: The square is called literally "Three Crosses Square" or "Square of Three Crosses". A triple cross is something different than three crosses.; Secondly, the name is usually translated as Three Crosses Square into English, both by. As with previous books, I found my inspiration for this book in an unlikely place – a garage sale. An old, worn paperback had caught my eye in the ‘free box’ which people usually place at the end of the driveway. The book was called The Cigarette Sellers Of Three-Crosses Square. I thought, why not? Can’t beat the price! - Warsaw, Poland, A portrait of the boy Bolus, one of the cigarette sellers from the Three Crosses square, These young children sneaked through the ghetto wall and sold cigs. Bringing back money for the Ghetto. Few survived the war.

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The Cigarette Sellers of Three Crosses Square by Joseph Ziemian, translated by Janina David This is a true story about a group of Jewish orphans who survived outside the walls of the Warsaw Ghetto by selling cigarettes to Germans on the Aryan side of the city.

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Hochman would smuggle food and clothes to his parents in the ghetto, until his father died of hunger, and his mother was shot to death by a German officer. The Cigarette Sellers of Three Crosses Square (The Library of Holocaust Testimonies) Jan Peczkis|Friday, April 9, Instead of repeating other reviewers, I focus mainly on barely-mentioned and unmentioned content.

The story of the Jewish boys who sold cigarettes. The story of Shapira, who died last week, is one of the survival of a Jewish boy in wartime Warsaw and was the subject of the book 'The Cigarette Sellers of Three Crosses Square.' Yosef Shapira, right, with a fellow cigarette seller.

The cigarette sellers of Three Crosses Square / by Joseph Ziemian ; translated from the Polish by Janina David. Publication | Library Call Number: DSP63 Z This item may be available through Internet Archive. Joseph Ziemian is the author of The Cigarette Sellers of Three Crosses Square ( avg rating, 54 ratings, 8 reviews)/5(8).

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The cigarette sellers of Three Crosses Square. description Object description. Original edition published in Show more. Object details Category Books Related period Second World War (content), Second World War (content) Creator ZIEMIAN, JOSEPH (Author) Lerner Publications (Publisher) Production date.

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