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Tears of Fire

Devorah Omer
AGE: 12-16

Tears of Fire is the story of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising and of Zvia Lubetkin, who took part in the revolt. In 1943, the Nazi command issued orders to liquidate the Ghetto. Against all reason and with no chance of success, Mordechai Anilevitch, Yitzhak Zuckerman and others led the uprising from the famous bunker in Mila Street. After three weeks of fighting, the main bunker fell and Zuckerman and Zvia escaped through the Warsaw sewage system. They lived on to fight with the Polish partisans in the Polish revolt of 1943. Zvia Lubetkin's testimony at Eichmann's trial in 1961 supplied the eye-witness account that formed the basis of this book.


Omer Tears of Fire
Title Tears of Fire
Author’s Last Name Omer
Author's First Name Devorah
Language(s) Hebrew, Dutch
Genre youth
Publisher (Hebrew) Sreberk
Year of Publication (Hebrew) 1983
No. Pages 209 pp.
Book title - Hebrew (phonetic) Dmaʹot Shel Esh
Representation Represented by ITHL

Translations

Dutch: Kampen, Callenbach, 1999

The Teheran Operation: The Rescue of Jewish Children from the Nazis
Dutch: Kampen, Callenbach, 1998
English: Washington, B`nai B`rith, 1991

Journey to the Land of the Rain
English: Ramat Gan, Massada, 1969
Finnish: Helsinki, Kirjanelio, 1972

Path Beneath the Sea
English: New York, Funk & Wagnalls, 1969

To Love Until Death
Russian: Jerusalem, Alyia, 1990

The Gideonites
English: New York, Funk & Wagnalls, 1968
 
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