'Tomorrow' said the people in the car, ' there...
'Tomorrow' said the people in the car, ' there will still be trolley cars and people wearing bright clothes on Poniatowski Bridge, but we won't exist any longer...'
- private life / daily life
- atmosphere, awareness of Holocaust, deportation
Written between 1952 and 1954, the book is a key work documenting the Warsaw ghetto from its establishment to its final days.
How did life look like in the Warsaw ghetto? What organizations took - or should have taken - care of its inhabitants? How did so many survive in such a terrible isolation? In answering those questions Michel Mazor details the vanishing of a city.
The book is a study of the social and political life of the Warsaw ghetto.