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I cant put into words my thoughts about this book. So here are two of the most illuminating passages: 1. Mel Mermelstein explains the title of the book: The events moved quickly. First we were told that an Allied plane had dropped a message that read: Hold on; the Allies will soon be in the camp to liberate you. The message was stuffed in a loaf of bread, and I felt that the bread itself was the message. The fact that they even thought of using a loaf of bread to communicate with us was both natural and intriguing.

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Life and career[ edit ] Buchenwald, On May 19, he was deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp. Mermelstein, in turn, submitted a notarized account of his internment at Auschwitz and how he witnessed Nazi guards ushering his mother and two sisters and others towards as he learned later gas chamber number five. Represented by public interest attorney William John Cox , Mermelstein subsequently sued the IHR in the Superior Court of Los Angeles County for breach of contract , anticipatory repudiation , libel , injurious denial of established fact, intentional infliction of emotional distress , and declaratory relief see case no.

C On October 9, , both parties in the Mermelstein case filed motions for summary judgment in consideration of which Judge Thomas T. Johnson of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County took " judicial notice of the fact that Jews were gassed to death at the Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Poland during the summer of ," [1] [2] judicial notice meaning that the court treated the gas chambers as common knowledge, and therefore did not require evidence that the gas chambers existed.

On August 5, , Judge Robert A. Wenke entered a judgment based upon the Stipulation for Entry of Judgment agreed upon by the parties on July 22, Mel Mermelstein, a survivor of Auschwitz-Birkenau and Buchenwald, and all other survivors of Auschwitz" for "pain, anguish and suffering" caused to them.

Johnson declared: "This court does take judicial notice of the fact that Jews were gassed to death at Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Poland during the summer of It is not reasonably subject to dispute.

And it is capable of immediate and accurate determination by resort to sources of reasonably indisputable accuracy. It is simply a fact.

Mermelstein also sued the IHR in for an article in the IHR Newsletter that examined what it considered to be flaws and inconsistencies in his lawsuit testimony. He wrote of the court battle in his autobiography, entitled By Bread Alone.

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Keshakar In ways, this is the only Holocaust history book you ever need to read. Other editions — View all By bread alone: They were coming to help us, which in the first place meant to feed us — bread. Jun 29, Vivvi rated it it was amazing. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The Story of A by Mel Mermelstein. The outside sources help to correctly document his personal story. Feb 11, Arcel Dela rated it it was amazing.

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After deliberation, he had accepted a fact into judicial notice—a legal term for a fact accepted in a court as true without the need to produce evidence. The Holocaust, said Johnson, was an indisputable fact. But for the plaintiff in the case, Mel Mermelstein, it was nothing less than a triumph—a critical moment in a decades-long struggle to tell the world that what he experienced in the Holocaust happened. In , Mermelstein, then 17 years old, was deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau.

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Life and career[ edit ] Buchenwald, On May 19, he was deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp. Mermelstein, in turn, submitted a notarized account of his internment at Auschwitz and how he witnessed Nazi guards ushering his mother and two sisters and others towards as he learned later gas chamber number five. Represented by public interest attorney William John Cox , Mermelstein subsequently sued the IHR in the Superior Court of Los Angeles County for breach of contract , anticipatory repudiation , libel , injurious denial of established fact, intentional infliction of emotional distress , and declaratory relief see case no. C On October 9, , both parties in the Mermelstein case filed motions for summary judgment in consideration of which Judge Thomas T.

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