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Perhaps a better title would have been Where is Rywka It is certainly the question I was left with after reading this book.The diary of Rywka Lipszyc has been verified as one of the many manuscripts hidden or buried by some of the unfortunate individuals on the Sonderkommando in Auschwitz Those brave men hid detailed manuscripts, diaries and other written accounts of concentration camp victims in an attempt to retain some kind of evidence Evidence of the atrocities committed by the Nazis and Perhaps a better title would have been Where is Rywka It is certainly the question I was left with after reading this book.The diary of Rywka Lipszyc has been verified as one of the many manuscripts hidden or buried by some of the unfortunate individuals on the Sonderkommando in Auschwitz Those brave men hid detailed manuscripts, diaries and other written accounts of concentration camp victims in an attempt to retain some kind of evidence Evidence of the atrocities committed by the Nazis and their many collaborators As we now know, they were right to think there would be a highly organised attempt to cover up everything that took place during the Holocaust.It s interesting to note that a lot of the pictures of the Lodz Ghetto used in the book are actually propaganda photos taken by the Nazis themselves in an attempt to manipulate what the world thought was going on in the ghettos Instead of the truth they presented healthy and glorified images of the situations, which is why many of the photos seemingly portray happy workers and healthy people.The truth was and still is an indicator of the abysmal deeds the human race is capable of.Holocaust survivors are plagues by survivor guilt, pain, despair, anger and feelings of helplessness Is it any word the majority of them choose to bury the memories of this period in their lives in a deep dark locked box, hidden away in the back of their minds Some of them never speak of their experiences at all, others changed their identities and even religion, which means the people around them may never know what their loved ones went through in the Holocaust.Rywka s diary is much like that of any other young girl, full of emotional turmoil and personal drama It often seems as if she chooses not to reveal the entire despair and pain she feels Keeping an element of denial and in doing so a steady level of normality in her dismal world.She tries not to acknowledge the truth about her baby brother and sister, although her subconscious and the truth slips through now and again.Mina had to make a choice between Rywka and Esther Her decision was the most logical and one all of us would have made Regardless of that fact I think she still feels a certain amount of guilt because of her choice She based it on information given to her by the doctor treating Rywka,Perhaps we will never know what really happened to Rywka If she is alive then perhaps the trauma has caused some sort of amnesia, maybe she feels resentment towards her cousins or being with them could bring back memories she doesn t want to relive The reality and theprobable scenario is that Rywka didn t survive very long after the cousins were separated, and she is buried somewhere under a wrong name or in a completely different place.I recommend this book to anyone interested in the Holocaust, history and eyewitness accounts of that particular era.I received a copy of this book, courtesy of the publisher, via Edelweiss (((READ BOOK))) ☝ O Diário de Rywka ✐ Di rio comovente de uma jovem judia em edi o enriquecida com textos que ajudam a compreender um dos per odos mais sombrios da hist ria da humanidade No final da Segunda Guerra Mundial, foi encontrado um di rio perto das ru nas dos cremat rios de Auschwitz Birkenau Este di rio pertencia a Rywka Lipszyc, uma adolescente judia que viveu com sua fam lia no gueto de Lodz, na Pol nia Seu relato s veio a p blico setenta anos depois, e logo se tornou um documento importante por registrar a vida dos judeus em Lodz o medo constante da deporta o, o trabalho for ado nas oficinas, a fome e a mis ria Mas, acima de tudo, os escritos de Rywka eram sua forma de resistir e de protestar, numa tentativa de dar sentido ao mundo ao seu redor Rywka Lipszyc was a 14 year old girl, who had lost both of her parents and her two younger siblings, and whose diary recorded a period of history in the Lodz ghetto From February 1940 to August 1944, a period of 4 1 2 years, the Jewish population there fell from about 175,000 to 1,500 under the Nazi regime About 1 2 of the book is essays about the time or interpretation of Rywka s words Of the essays, I liked the ones by her aunts best It was hard to connect with her, as she oscillated betwe Rywka Lipszyc was a 14 year old girl, who had lost both of her parents and her two younger siblings, and whose diary recorded a period of history in the Lodz ghetto From February 1940 to August 1944, a period of 4 1 2 years, the Jewish population there fell from about 175,000 to 1,500 under the Nazi regime About 1 2 of the book is essays about the time or interpretation of Rywka s words Of the essays, I liked the ones by her aunts best It was hard to connect with her, as she oscillated between remarkable maturity and guilt over her survival when so many others suffered and died As an orthodox Jew, she had amazing faith and perseverance, but also chaffed at the diminished role forced on women While I am glad to have read it, I would not recommend it I felt very connected to Rywka throughout this story in a strange way for me The writing made me feel I was traveling her journey with her I felt her sadness, her excitement for better weather and the encouragement that can bring My sadness for her is the overwhelming feeling of hunger which is so hard to overcome I understand that everyone that possibly could lookFor her after liberation did, I wish we could have found that she lived a happy long life Well written, thank you Original review can be found at am fascinated with anything related to the Holocaust and World War II I have read hundreds of books both fiction and non fiction and I ve watched numerous documentaries It is a part of history that I think is important to be remembered, especially now that there are very few survivors left to speak about it.As I was reading Rywka s Diary the same thought kept popping into my head This was written in the Lodz Ghetto and Original review can be found at am fascinated with anything related to the Holocaust and World War II I have read hundreds of books both fiction and non fiction and I ve watched numerous documentaries It is a part of history that I think is important to be remembered, especially now that there are very few survivors left to speak about it.As I was reading Rywka s Diary the same thought kept popping into my head This was written in the Lodz Ghetto and Rywka was living it It was hard to wrap my head around This was the real deal.As I was reading along I had two thoughts on Rywka The first being that she was very well spoken written for someone her age Of course, that may be a product of the translation into English The second was that even though she appeared well spoken her maturity reflected her age in quite a few of her passages.A lot of the passages were written in her head, describing how she felt, and less describing her surroundings and the things going on in the Ghetto Although she mentions several things it is vague at best Readers looking for ahistoric account of the Lodz Ghetto itself may be someone disappointed This diary isof a personal account of a young girl and what was going on inside her head.My rating for this book is going to be high How can it not be This was someone who lived during one of the most horrific times in history These were her thoughts and feelings put on paper as it was happening On top of her actual writings there are accounts from her living relatives, information on the effort to find out what happened to Rywka and photos Perhaps it is because of my extreme interest in subject that I was so fascinated I truly hope that the path that Rywka travelled is eventually discovered My review for the San Francisco Book Review In 1945, a Russian doctor discovered a diary in the ruins of the cremation ovens in the Auschwitz death camp She passed it down through her family, and it did not come to light forthan 65 years It was the diary of a young Jewish girl who survived the ghetto at Lodz, Poland and death camps even while her parents, brother, and two sisters were all lost to the holocaust Her diary reveals her memories of her parents deaths, her brother and one si My review for the San Francisco Book Review In 1945, a Russian doctor discovered a diary in the ruins of the cremation ovens in the Auschwitz death camp She passed it down through her family, and it did not come to light forthan 65 years It was the diary of a young Jewish girl who survived the ghetto at Lodz, Poland and death camps even while her parents, brother, and two sisters were all lost to the holocaust Her diary reveals her memories of her parents deaths, her brother and one sister being taken in the szpera Several diaries of young people help to build a history of the Lodz ghetto, but Rywka Lipszyc s fills a gap How can we live in this morass, this mud, in this air filled with infectious germs I ve wondered many a time whether life was worth living It was her strong faith that carried Rywka through these most difficult times, and that is shown throughout this amazing document In the worst of possible circumstances, it is often the young who lead the way to persevere through these terrible times, and that can be seen through her words, her experiences This wonderful book contains not only the diary, though that would have certainly been enough, but supporting materials to enrich what is already a rich and important experience for history devotees I am absolutely flabbergasted, dismayed, and perturbed how reading folks rate this book This is not the work of fiction This is a diary written at the time of the indescribable misery and privation, at the time of suppression, humiliation and agony This is the diary written by a young girl, who had never been properly trained how to write coherently and, what is , she wrote it in Polish, which was still one of the two or even three languages she was exposed to The diary was written after I am absolutely flabbergasted, dismayed, and perturbed how reading folks rate this book This is not the work of fiction This is a diary written at the time of the indescribable misery and privation, at the time of suppression, humiliation and agony This is the diary written by a young girl, who had never been properly trained how to write coherently and, what is , she wrote it in Polish, which was still one of the two or even three languages she was exposed to The diary was written after long working hours, with hunger being ever present and in the epicenter of infections, diseases, and anti sanitary conditions Despite all this, Rywka found an outlet for her fears, frustrations, hopes, desires, musings and re asserted writing and reading as the living force for so many of usAnd after this, people still rate this book as if it were a work of fiction Oh, the bitter, biter irony of it Did not really connect with this..The book is rambling..the diary does not say very much..I do hope they findabout her.. The Diary of Rywka Lipszyc The author s diary was found in Auschwitz and then lost for 70 years Recently studied, translated and published, it tells the story of a young teen aged girl s failed attempt to survive, having courageously struggled in the Lodz Ghetto only to later be murdered in the notorious extermination camp.Early on we learn her parents perish at the hands of the oppressor Rywka is orphaned and helpless in one of the most terrifying places ever conceived in the minds of men The Diary of Rywka Lipszyc The author s diary was found in Auschwitz and then lost for 70 years Recently studied, translated and published, it tells the story of a young teen aged girl s failed attempt to survive, having courageously struggled in the Lodz Ghetto only to later be murdered in the notorious extermination camp.Early on we learn her parents perish at the hands of the oppressor Rywka is orphaned and helpless in one of the most terrifying places ever conceived in the minds of men She winds up cramped and starving with distant cousins whose efforts to get through clash with her own battle to endure.Striking about this diary is the never ending focus and love Lipszyc expresses for God and faith Her refusal to disavow may be viewed by some as a convincing symbol of many centuries of Jewish stubbornness in the face of ugly murderous persecution Equally striking are the journal entries of a child confused, angry, helpless and yet still capable of boundless love and hope.Tortuous and painful, the reader is dumbfounded again by the utter madness of a regime that would target children Here is an entry, a poem, that made particular impact on this reviewer.February 14, 1944 My God Isn t it enough How much longer are we going to suffer We are full of longing something is choking us like a bone What s going to happen tomorrow, we don t know Oh God help us at last This ghetto is a monstrous machine God, how long will this Poison Life last We are doing worse and worse There is no hope It s getting darker Do we have to be alone To waste our lives in the closed the ghetto Our life is miserable But it could have been so fabulous I m burning I can t put out the fire,I m entangled by this eternal suffering O God Everything is in your hands Calm our bleeding hearts Put an end to our torment O , how to satisfy these hungry souls Review by Edward M Janes I continue to read books about the time of Nazi Germany Someone told me about this diary that was found years ago 1945 in Auschwitz Birkenau by the crematorium and it stayed in a family until someone realized its value Rywka Lipszyc was 14 yrs ago when she began the diary written from Lodz Poland ghetto for the jews policed by Nazi SS guards There was also a jewish man who managed all the activities and the business inside This diary was eventually translated and read by some experts esp Pro I continue to read books about the time of Nazi Germany Someone told me about this diary that was found years ago 1945 in Auschwitz Birkenau by the crematorium and it stayed in a family until someone realized its value Rywka Lipszyc was 14 yrs ago when she began the diary written from Lodz Poland ghetto for the jews policed by Nazi SS guards There was also a jewish man who managed all the activities and the business inside This diary was eventually translated and read by some experts esp Prof Shapiro of Brooklyn College on the period of horror It was published in 2015 in Its as if the book is in two parts First is various people writing about the diary and the times and the girl Rywka then there is the diary In the first part there are sentences written by her that are from the diary It is quite extraordinary The diary itself is only a brief period of time and only when she was in the ghetto It ends abruptly and it is said that she was sent to Auschwitz and survived to die after she was liberated She could have been a beautiful successful woman and that was not possible with the hatred and violence of the nazi germans and others who joined them When the diary begins she has already known the death of both parents and a brother and sister and it is now her and a sister It is said that two people survived in the family two women Judy