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Titel:The Dressmakers of Auschwitz: The True Story of the Women Who Sewed to Survive
Autoren:Lucy Adlington (Autor)
Info:Harper Paperbacks (2021), 400 pages
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The Dressmakers of Auschwitz: The True Story of the Women Who Sewed to Survive
Lucy Adlington, September 2021, HarperCollins
Themes: history, Jewish, World War II, Holocaust

Since the end of World War II, many nonfiction works have shared the horrific atrocities of Auschwitz. However, three recent titles explore the Holocaust from unusual perspectives including a photographer, dressmakers, and sisters. These powerful stories chronicle the variety of ways prisoners were able to survive.

THE SISTERS OF AUSCHWITZ shares the story of two sisters who joined the Dutch Resistance. From publishing an underground newspaper to hiding refugees, they were working at a resistance center when betrayed and sent to Auschwitz.

THE DRESSMAKERS OF AUSCHWITZ examines the experiences of seamstresses who survived the gas chambers by creating high fashion dresses for elite Nazi women. At the same time, these brave women played a role in camp resistance.

THE AUSCHWITZ PHOTOGRAPHER tells the true story of Wilhelm Brasse who recorded the horrors of the deadliest concentration camp in WWII. He was first assigned to the photographic identification unit and later to Josef Mengele’s horrific laboratory. He survived by taking 50,000+ photographs over a five year period.

Let’s explore seven timely take-aways for life-long learners:
1) Jewish sisters Janny and Lien Brilleslijper were active in the Dutch resistance. They were with Anne Frank and her family on the train to Auschwitz.
2) The High Nest is an example of a secret refuge near Amsterdam that served as an important safe house during World War II.
3) The Upper Tailoring Studio was a fashion workshop housed at Auschwitz and created to cater to the wives of SS officers and Berlin’s wealthy Nazis.
4) Two dozen women prisoners sewed elegant gowns from fabrics and clothing plundered from across Europe.
5) Wilhelm Brasse was able to save thousands of photographs that provided evidence of Nazi atrocities including human experiments.
6) Upon entering Auschwitz, identity portrait photographs were taken of each prisoner including from the front and each side.
7) From nurses and dressmakers to photographers, those who were selected to work at Auschwitz were more likely to survive than other prisoners.

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Whether helping educators keep up-to-date in their subject-areas, promoting student reading in the content-areas, or simply encouraging nonfiction leisure reading, teacher librarians need to be aware of the best new titles across the curriculum and how to activate life-long learning. - Annette Lamb, Teacher Librarian: The Journal for School Library Professionals ( )
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