The Book of Sorrow


“This is a book about the Holocaust, the unprecedented extermination of about 6 million Jews, including more than 200,000 from Lithuania, during the World War II. Let it serve as a modest monument to the annihilated Lithuanian Jewish community as well as a grave accusation against the organizers and executors of the systematic destruction of the Jewish people.

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Weight 0.75 kg
Dimensions 24 x 2 x 21 cm


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    “Long before it was trendy, Joseph Levinson traveled up and down the Lithuanian countryside to locate and document the Holocaust-era mass grave sites of Lithuania and the country’s old Jewish cemeteries. Without his pioneering work, newcomers could not have continued the project to discover and preserve ever more sites. Levinson is the guardian of the memory of Lithuanian Jewry and this little classic occupies a unique and irreplaceable niche in the history.”

    Dovid Katz, professor of Yiddish at Vilnius University (1999-2010), editor of, author of Lithuanian Jewish Culture

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