Gone to Pitchipoï : a boy's desperate fight for survival in wartime /
In Gone to Pitchipoi Katz vividly recalls his experience growing up in the turmoil of WWII, and his extraordinary escape from the constant threats of Nazi occupied Poland. Born in 1931 in the picturesque countryside of Ostrowiec Świętokrzyskie, wherein more than a third of the population was Jewis...
Academic Studies Press,
|Series:||Jews of Poland.
|Online Access:||Available via JSTOR|
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Table of Contents:
- Foreword / Stephen Smith
- Introduction / Antony Polonsky
- Prologue: A Carefree Childhood
- Chapter 1. War! War! Is Their Cry
- Chapter 2. The Nightmare Begins
- Chapter 3. The Large Ghetto
- Chapter 4. In the Hen-House
- Chapter 5. Gone to Pitchipoi
- Chapter 6. Like a Ghetto Rat
- Chapter 7. The Brickyard
- Chapter 8. A Shallow Grave
- Chapter 9. Deadly Encounter
- Chapter 10. My Guardian Angel
- Chapter 11. An "Angel" in Nazi Uniform
- Chapter 12. Jewish Pilgrim at the Black Madonna
- Chapter 13. The Warsaw Inferno
- Chapter 14. Shelter at a Police Colony
- Chapter 15. "Robinson Crusoe"
- Chapter 16. Stefek: Leader of the Gang
- Chapter 17. A Shaft of Light
- Chapter 18. Lublin Orphanage
- Chapter 19. Shattered Homecoming
- Chapter 20. Passage to Tower Bridge
- Chapter 21. Adieu Poland: Welcome to Woodberry Down