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Author: Howard Roiter,Nahum Kohn
ISBN13: 978-0896040212
Title: Voice from the Forest: Memoirs of a Jewish Partisan
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Publisher: Unites States Holocaust (August 1, 1985)

Voice from the Forest: Memoirs of a Jewish Partisan by Howard Roiter,Nahum Kohn

A Voice from the Forest book. A harrowing, haunting, graphic exploration of the memories of not only a Holocaust survivor, but a Jewish Partisan fighter. Kohn started his own makeshift band of insurgent soldiers to fight against Nazis forces while living in the forest. Over the years, he defied death in a number of miraculous close encounters. He recounts memories of the unimaginable horrors he witnessed in the process. He ultimately emerged as a decorated and renowned Single-handedly, one of the top 5 books I've ever read

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Roiter, Howard, 1939-. memoirs of a Jewish partisan. Statement of responsibility. by Nahum Kohn and Howard Roiter. Roiter, Howard, 1939-.

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From the Inside Flap. A thinking forest is not a metaphor. Rooted in richly composted, other-than-symbolic semiotic worldings, this book teaches the reader how other-than-human encounters open possibilities for the emergent realization of worlds, not just worldviews. The semiotics in this well-wrought book are technical, worked, demanding, tuned to form and modality, alert to emergent properties, multinaturally and ethnographically precise. Anthropology beyond the human is a path to the annihilation of the nature/society dualism.

His initial documenting style of flippant humour about his own materialist lifestyle suddenly turns into almost a desperate plea about the earth’s demise. Parry’s sudden epiphany leaves him urging the consumer-junkie Western World to reevaluate their existence and start to recognise humankind as a unit as opposed to divided nations  .

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Nachum Kohn's experiences during WWII are an important part of both partisan history and the Shoah. This striking and well-documented memoir presents a facet of the struggle against the Axis evil that is too often overlooked here in the West. Partisans were an important part of the war effort on the Eastern front, and the Soviets were the only source of outside support and material available. Much of the partisan command structure were also Soviet officiers.

But also woven in the story is the continued senseless miso-Judaism that is still with us and again rising. Kohn's independent Jewish partisans were not allowed to ally themselves with the non-Jewish partisan groups (a fact also documented by the Bielski brothers' and the Warsaw ghetto fighters' stories among other partisan testimony). Kohn, however, had skills the Soviets needed in the area, so he was allowed in while the remainder of his partisans did not survive the war. This book is the sole testament to their lives, bravery, and kiddush al-HaShem.

This book documents the determination of many young Jews to pick up arms and fight-- and the walls of hatred, indifference, and outright murder they faced from Nazis, Poles, and Soviets. This book should come back into print (and perhaps a Hebrew edition would be a good idea as well).
One of the best books I've ever read. This is essential for anyone studying the Jewish partisan movement of the Holocaust.