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שואה שלנו [PDF / Epub] ✅ שואה שלנו By Amir Gutfreund – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk שואה שלנו – ויקיפדיה שואה שלנו הוא ספרו הראשון של אמיר גוטפרוינדהספר יצא לאור ב וזכה בפרס בוכמן ב הספר מתאר את שואה שלנו – ויקיפדיה שואה שלנו הוא ספרו הראשון של אמיר גוטפרוינדהספר יצא לאור ב וזכה בפרס בוכמן ב הספר מתאר את סיפור השואה כפי שהיא מתגלית לאיטה לשני נערים ישראלים אמיר המחבר וחברתו אפי על אף שחלק מהסיפורים אמיתיים וחלק מן הדמויות שואה שלנו? | ישראל היום אלו שמאמינים שהגרמנים התכוונו לעשות שואה זה לא קרה במקרה אלו שחושבים שהאנטישמיות הגרמנית היתה שונה לא רק בכמות אלא באיכות אלו שחושבים שהמסר העיקרי שאפשר להוציא מהשואה הוא שאסור אסור שזה יקרה לעם שלנו שואה שלנו by Amir Gutfreund Goodreads The book describes the story of the Holocaust as it is slowly revealed to two Israeli children Amir author and Effi While some of the scenes and some of the characters are based on people that the author knows and had known other characters and incidents שואה שלנו ynet שואה שלנו שירת החטאים של יוסי אבני לוי הוא רומן מפתח פרטי וקולקטיבי כאחד שלא עושה שום הנחות לקורא ושובר את הכלים המסורתיים בדיבור ובעיסוק בשואה יוסי וקסמן פורסם אני גר שואה יותר שלנו בשואה שלנו אפשר למצוא חבורה דומה להפליא של שכנים אבל גוטפרוינד אינו מייחס להם כוחות על טבעיים וגם לא יכולת עשיית קסמים נסים ומופתים הוא מתאר אותם בהרבה חיבה ונסיונות להבינם בלי להיות שבוי בקסמם הנורא גם כמבוגרים הטכניקות בהן משתמשים מומיק ואמיר כדי להבין את השואה שואה שלנו | בית אבי חי שואה שלנו סארטר פסואה סעיד הביקורת של חביבה פדיה הכתיבה שנעשית רק בלילה החיבור לאיטליה דרך לוב שואה שלנו? ממש לא רק עיון הארץ שואה שלנו? ממש לא רק לקובץ המאמרים הקורבנות הלא־יהודים של המשטר הנאצי יש חשיבות מיוחדת במציאות האלימה שלנו אך חבל שרק חלק קטן ממנו מעמיק ורציני דניאל בלטמן פורסם ב קבל התראות בתיבת הדואר האלקטרוני שלך עבור שואה שלנו מחסום כתיבה “שואה שלנו” הוא כל מה שלא ציפית שהוא יהיה יש ספרים שמצליחים לתפוס אותך כבר במשפט הראשון שלהם “שואה שלנו” הוא אחד מהם שואה שלנו | קסטיאל ועוד שנים אחר כך קראתי את שואה שלנו שמיד הפך לספר הישראלי האהוב עלי שואה שלנו הוא ספר ניצולים כזה אלא שהשואה כמעט ואינה מוזכרת בו השואה – ויקיפדיה המילה שואה נזכרת במקורות לתיאור כיליון בעבר השתמשו גם בביטוי שנות הפקודה על־מנת לתאר את תקופת השואה ברוב העולם משתמשים במונח הולוקאוסט מיוונית ὁλόκαυστος קאוּסטוֹס שרוף הוֹלוֹס כולו במונח.

  • Hardcover
  • 407 pages
  • שואה שלנו
  • Amir Gutfreund
  • English
  • 09 October 2016
  • 9781592641390

About the Author: Amir Gutfreund

Hebrew name אמיר גוטפרוינדAward winning author Amir Gutfreund was born in Haifa Israel in He earned a MA in applied mathematics at the Israeli Technological Institute ITI and served as an officer in the Israeli Air Force for years retiring with the rank of Lt ColonelHis first novel Our Holocaust is based on his memories as a son of Holocaust survivors and has been translated fro.



10 thoughts on “שואה שלנו

  1. Ram Ram says:

    The book describes the story of the Holocaust as it is slowly revealed to two Israeli childrenAmir author and EffiWhile some of the scenes and some of the characters are based on people that the author knows and had known other characters and incidents are fictive based on real characters and incidentsIn a small neighborhood at the edge of Kiryat Haim gather the Holocaust survivors Everyone has a story and they are tough survivors with varying degrees of sanity Young couples who have tried to live in the neighborhood have abandoned it shortlyEffi and Amir's parents are Holocaust survivors too and most of their families perished They employ the Law of Compression and adopt their distant relatives and give them the title of grandfather Grandpa Lolek who fled to Germany and the Soviet Union joined the free polish Anders army and survived the Battle of Monte CassinoHis brother Heiinek who survived the war as a child living with Polish farmersGrandpa Yosef survived 12 concentration camps and after the war found his fiancée Feige They got married and have a autistic son MosheThe lawyer Pearl who was a well known lawyer in Lvov before the war and who has a small hardware store in Haifa At the back room of his store He collects tracking information of all the Nazi criminals who where not trialed or got away with a light sentenceAnd various other charactersThe Jewish community of Sarakov and the Jewish community of Linov two women who got their name because they are the only survivors of their communityCrazy Hirsh who has no address and can be seen in the Neighborhood shouting only the holy ones died in the gas chambers?And many A community of people who's life changed in the big bang of 1939It was an unwritten agreement not to tell the children about the horrors of the Holocaust and not to reply to uestions from the children They were told that they must reach the ageNo food was thrown away because people died for one potatoBut these children were determined They read in libraries they listened to the shreds of information that they could gather and they used creative methods to slowly acuire the stories As the book progresses the children grow up some of the survivors open up connections are made and the stories are revealedThe style of the book varies in accordance with the age and knowledge of the childrenAt the beginning it is scattered The information is like a kaleidoscope of knowledge There are leaps from issue to issue time to time character to character memory to memory uestions are asked issues are mixed as expected from the point of viewAs the children grow up things get orderly and the picture of events slowly changes to a grownup pictureThe prose is excellent and there is no dull moment While the whole picture is sad and depressing there are many amusing incidents and altogether the book is very entertaining and very well writtenThe bottom line is that this book gives you a very original view of the Holocaust and a taste of the life of the second generation and I highly recommend it practically to anyone

  2. Debra Anne Debra Anne says:

    Author Amir Gutfreund has a surreal cast to his prose that fits the sort of world that produced the Holocaust I generally avoid Holocaust fiction because when the truth is so extreme who needs fiction but this book is not completely fiction as will be obvious to anyone familiar with Holocaust accounts Novelizing what I think is basically a memoir allows Gutfreund to go outside of the space time continuum and study it through a lens that is not so much detached as spatial The book begins in the narrator's childhood in Israel a generation and half after the Holocaust and Amir and a girl companion Effi become aware that the older generation lives in a reality to which they haven't been granted access because they are too young to know They become uite ruthless in their uest to find out even to stealing an old woman's pills to bribe another neighbor to tell what he remembers They know that most of their relatives especially their too numerous grandpas aren't biologically related to them Using the Law of Compression a wonderful invention of our parents the first generation of the Holocaustlacking brothers uncles fathers and mothers they had done away with the reuirement for precision Families have been reconstructed with whomever was close at hand Even before anyone tells Amir and Effi anything the layers of reality around them are obvious It can be detected in the two neighbor ladies who are known only by the names of their liuidated villages As the sole survivors they have given up their original identities and personal histories to embody their entire village life force It is obvious in the wandering Hirsch who cries out periodically Only saints were gassed? The interaction of the Grandpas most notable Grandpas Yosef and Lolek is fraught with levels of innuendo from the hidden pasts Amir perceives that Grandpa Yosef is trying to resurrect the dead through the manipulation of time If Grandpa Yosef can heal his friend and sometimes adversary Grandpa Lolek by rewinding time to the point before his friend was stricken ill in Israel then he might also reclaim his dead wife and son and even the dog Brandy all lost after the Holocaust If all this is successful then it follows that maybe even the Holocaust itself might be rewound and undone All you need is a little uantum physics and a mind that can manipulate it The day Grandpa Yosef's son dies the dog Brandy who was the son's companion disappears but then the dog returns all who knew Brandy start seeing her everywhere as parts of other dogs The metaphor of things lost but not obliterated and possibly reclaimable as bits and pieces of something else is an underlying theme throughout the book But this is not a straightforward book with a single uest and resolution The Holocaust is too big it is galactic in its complexity An ailing Vauxhall a food blender that doesn't work and Jewish pirates in Caribbean are all part of the explanation of how things happen along with the uestion of how the Nazis found so many people willing to do horrible things As Amir collects information about the Holocaust and the people in it he finds not only the familiar paradox of bad Germans and good Jews but bad Jews and good Germans He and the reader along with him must deal with the realization that people in each category escaped and lived lives after the Holocaust and most significantly have descendants These descendants may be the Nazi poster children who now come to Israel to plant trees and do research on war orphans or they may be closer at hand intertwined in one's own DNA DW

  3. K K says:

    It's probably unfair for me to rate the books I read in Hebrew because the experience of reading Hebrew is difficult for me and detracts from my enjoyment of the book It's hard to appreciate language and writing when you're struggling to finish a page in a foreign language and just want something to happen Our book club leader promised us that the next selection is easier to read and fast paced so here's hopingHaving said that I don't know whether I would have liked this any better in English There was basically no plot and I've really OD'd on Holocaust lit Even if I hadn't this book felt repetitive with all the different people's tragic memories I hate to sound flippant or to seem like I'm minimizing but I found a short book like Elie Wiesel's Night far gripping and powerful than this long drawn out conglomerate of lots of Holocaust stories

  4. Toby Zidle Toby Zidle says:

    Our Holocaust is a book I could identify with both culturally and heritage wise As a Jew born just before the US got into World War II the Holocaust is engrained into my identity Fortunately I was born in the United States and not in Europe Otherwise this could have been my story tooThe first chapter of threeis like looking back into my own earliest youth The Law of Compression worked in my family also I remember several aunts and uncles who may have been extended family in some way or who may simply have been part of the family's 'community' The title Aunt or Uncle is likely to have been an honorary one They are gone now of course but Tante Scheya still lives in a far distant memory that had not been evoked until the beginning of Our HolocaustAs a youngster I do remember being told that I was not old enough to know about the Holocaust I was also instructed not to ask certain members of our older 'community' about what happened during the war The memories would be too difficult for them to relive I saw arms tattooed with numbers I was curious but could not askThe second chapter when Amir was old enough to ask was a period of his digging digging digging Other books both fiction and non fiction have exposed the same dark horrific examples But Amir's talent makes these stories personal You can really be in the same room with the story tellers You can visualize and identify with the victims those who survived anywayBoth sets of my grandparents came to America in the early 1900s Some of their brothers and sisters came with them But they left parents siblings and large families behind in eastern Europe What do I know of them? Absolutely nothing Had there not been a Holocaust one would have expected that sooner or later there would have been some bit of communication between the old world and the new There was a Holocaust and that communication never happenedWhen I read Chapter 2 I am reading the stories of my European family with an intensity that other books about that period haven't brought to meIn Chapter 3 Yaniv the author seems to have less of a narrative mission The intensity lessens He kept my interest but the story becomes exploratory and rambling The concept of the 'Lebensborn' has been fictionalized before The Boys of Brazil? I'd like to know Still much of the third chapter brings a feeling of speculation as contrasted with the hard fact tone of the first two chapters I think a typical reader will feel a ramping down as the book comes to an end An 'Afterword' notes how some of the characters while based on real people are fictionalized Perhaps my 'ideal' holocaust fiction can't be written I feel Our Holocaust weakened at the end It's a strong 4 star story that doesn't uite have enough to become a 5 star

  5. Karen Karen says:

    This 'memoir' is awesome If you've ever wondered just what happened in the camps during the holocaust this is a must read Herr Gurfreund has researched gathered stories and experiences and visited the places that these things happened in Then using the facts he gathered had written a wonderful although very sad story about a family of survivors trying to deal with the memories and traumas suffered at the hands of the Nazi regime The stories of loss deprivation and terror will touch the hearts of all but the most jaded and I think it should be read by everyone If we do not remember and recognize the past we will be victims of repeated horrors I highly recommed this

  6. Amy Tubbs Amy Tubbs says:

    Of course it's sad because of the subject matter but it also gives a different view on the holocaust The focus is on children who were born after the holocaust and their struggle to understand what their family members went through Most poignant for me was how people would adopt each other to become grandparents and grandchildren or aunts and uncles to replace their lost relativesThe writing style is sometimes heavy but it's definitely worth reading

  7. Avital Avital says:

    Completely floored and humbledWhen did you last actually tear up finding a literary genius? I'm reading Our Holocaust I know it's a beaten subject The book is narrated by two Israeli children sons and grandsons of survivors This theme has been done a lot too And yet it's all new amazing funny and horrifying different If the translation to English is half as beautiful as the original Hebrew it's still better than most contemporary books

  8. Froma Froma says:

    This is a marvelous book witty tragic profound entertaining; brilliant characters and mesmerizing story telling all in the context of two kids growing up too young to know and how they take different paths finally when they grow up and find out I taught it at Princeton university last semester in a Holocaust course for Comparative Literature and although it should have been allotted two weeks instead of one the book was a huge success

  9. Shelley Shelley says:

    An absolute must read there isn't as much black and white in the world as we would like p 371 This book touched me deeply

  10. Kipahni Kipahni says:

    just couldn't keep my attention maybe to try another time

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