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Salvaged Pages

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This is the first edition of Salvaged Pages. The second edition enhanced ebook will be published by Yale University Press in December 2015.


Yale University Press, Edited by Alexandra Zapruder

A collection of diaries written by young people, ages 12 to 22, during the Holocaust. Some of the writers were refugees, others were hiding or passing as non-Jews, some were imprisoned in ghettos, and nearly all perished before liberation. Facing History and Ourselves has published a study guide to accompany this book. In addition, the film I’m Still Here is a video companion to the anthology, which educators can stream from our collection.

View or download the Salvaged Pages/I'm Still Here study guide

Check out our new collection of lessons to accompany Salvaged Pages!

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Alice Ehrmann's Diary Entries on the End of World War II in Theresienstadt

Entries from the diary of Alice Ehrmann from March and April, 1945, in which she describes the events that took place in the Theresienstadt ghetto as World War II was coming to an end.


March 25, 1945

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Teaching Salvaged Pages: Young Writers' Diaries of the Holocaust

Explore an award-winning collection of diaries written by young people during the Holocaust with the help of this resource collection.

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Diary Entries on Deportations from the Łódź Ghetto

Entries from the diary of an anonymous girl from 1942 that mention deportations from the Łódź ghetto.


Many of the diary entries of the Anonymous Girl mention deportations.

Friday, February 24 [actually February 27], 1942

Moshe Flinker’s Diary Entry on Hiding, January 19, 1943

Entry from the diary of Moshe Flinker from January 19, 1943, in which he struggles with his ability to hide during the Holocaust.


January 19, 1943

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