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The Diary of Éva Heyman: Child of the Holocaust Libro EPUB, PDF

Libros descargables gratis The Diary of Éva Heyman: Child of the Holocaust FB2 EPUB 978-0933503892 por Éva Heyman A pesar del avance en la concienciación de la ciudadanía con respecto al medio ambiente, es imprescindibleseguir en la brecha para modificar las actitudes de las personas. En este sentido, la escuela tiene también laoportunidad de contribuir a esta concienciación ciudadana. En las páginas de este libro el lector encontraráreflexiones y propuestas interesantes y novedosas (para infantil, primaria y secundaria), que demuestran quees posible e imprescindible trabajar en y desde la escuela por un desarrollo sostenible de la Tierra.

Libros descargables gratis The Diary of Éva Heyman: Child of the Holocaust
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  • Título Original: The Diary of Éva Heyman: Child of the Holocaust
  • Autor del libro: Éva Heyman
  • ISBN: 978-0933503892
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:124
  • Realese fecha:1974-10-01
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  • Tamaño de Archivo: 14.96 Mb
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The Diary of Éva Heyman: Child of the Holocaust por Éva Heyman Libro PDF, EPUB

Eva Heyman began her diary in the city of Nagyvárad in northern Transylvania (the modern Oradea, Romania) on 13 February 1944. Her notes cover a period of just under three months, during which time she witnessed and experienced all aspects of the German occupation of the city and the repression of the Jews there. One of a very few diaries written by young people in this re Eva Heyman began her diary in the city of Nagyvárad in northern Transylvania (the modern Oradea, Romania) on 13 February 1944. Her notes cover a period of just under three months, during which time she witnessed and experienced all aspects of the German occupation of the city and the repression of the Jews there. One of a very few diaries written by young people in this region of Europe during the war, Eva's diary offers a close-up contemporaneous view of the decimation of a fragment of Hungary's Jewish community.