New Release Books by Eva Mozes Kor

Eva Mozes Kor is the author of I Will Protect You (2022), The Twins of Auschwitz (2020), Surviving the Angel of Death (2020), Echoes from Auschwitz (1995) and other 3 books.

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I Will Protect You

release date: Apr 05, 2022
I Will Protect You
The illuminating and deeply moving true story of twin sisters who survived Nazi experimentation, against all odds, during the Holocaust. Eva and her identical twin sister, Miriam, had a mostly happy childhood. Theirs was the only Jewish family in their small village in the Transylvanian mountains, but they didn't think much of it until anti-Semitism reared its ugly head in their school. Then, in 1944, ten-year-old Eva and her family were deported to Auschwitz. At its gates, Eva and Miriam were separated from their parents and other siblings, selected as subjects for Dr. Mengele's infamous medical experiments. During the course of the war, Mengele would experiment on 3,000 twins. Only 160 would survive--including Eva and Miriam. Writing with her friend Danica Davidson, Eva reveals how two young girls were able to survive the unimaginable cruelty of the Nazi regime, while also eventually finding healing and the capacity to forgive. Spare and poignant, I Will Protect You is a vital memoir of survival, loss, and forgiveness.

Surviving the Angel of Death

release date: Oct 13, 2020
Surviving the Angel of Death
Eva Mozes Kor was just ten years old when she arrived in Auschwitz. While her parents and two older sisters were taken to the gas chambers, she and her twin, Miriam, were herded into the care of the man known as the Angel of Death, Dr. Josef Mengele. Subjected to sadistic medical experiments, she was forced to fight daily for her and her twin's survival. In this incredible true story written for young adults, readers learn of a child's endurance and survival in the face of truly extraordinary evil and Eva's recovery and her controversial but often misunderstood decision to publicly forgive the Nazis. Readers will learn of how she triumphed over unfathomable pain and suffering into a life-long work for peace, human rights, and Holocaust education. The new edition provides interesting details and important context to the events related in the original story. A new Afterword by publisher Peggy Porter Tierney offers a richer portrayal of Eva as a person, the truth behind the controversies, and the eventful last ten years of her life.

Echoes from Auschwitz

release date: Jan 01, 1995

Sobrevivir al ángel de la muerte

release date: Oct 09, 2018
Sobrevivir al ángel de la muerte
Eva Mozes Kor tenía 10 años cuando llegó al campo de exterminio de Auschwitz. Mientras que sus padres y sus dos hermanas mayores fueron conducidos a las cámaras de gas, ella y su hermana gemela, Miriam, fueron depositadas al cuidado de un hombre conocido como el Ángel de la Muerte, el Dr. Josep Mengele. Sometidas a sádicos experimentos médicos, Eva se vio obligada a luchar cada día para que ella y su hermana pudieran sobrevivir. En esta increíble pero real historia, escrita para jóvenes adultos, los lectores conocerán la resistencia de una niña por sobrevivir frente a tanta horrible maldad. El libro incluye un epílogo en el que se explica cómo Eva logró superar esta terrible experiencia, además de su increíble decisión de perdonar públicamente a los nazis. A través de su museo y de sus conferencias, Eva ha dedicado toda su vida a dar testimonio del Holocausto, y a brindar un mensaje de esperanza a las personas que han sufrido en la vida y trabajan a favor de las causas por los derechos humanos y por la paz.

Plough Quarterly No. 7

release date: Nov 23, 2015
Plough Quarterly No. 7
In welcoming refugees from Syria, European countries are showing the world what mercy looks like. But mercy, surely, doesn't stop there. What if the United States followed Germany's lead and offered mercy to the throngs of Central Americans who seek to cross its southern border? What does mercy look like in relation to the 2.2 million people being held in US prisons and jails? Or the working poor unable to adequately care for their families? Or the millions of children paying the bitter price of the sexual revolution and its erosion of lifelong marriage? The diverse contributors to this issue of Plough Quarterly focus on how people of faith, by extending forgiveness and mercy, are transforming lives - and perhaps even the course of world events. Perspectives from Philip Yancey, Gerhard Müller, Hanna-Barbara Gerl-Falkovitz, Charles E. Moore, Eva Mozes Kor, Leo Tolstoy, Charles Williams, Hashim Garrett, Michael Manning, Kim Hyun-sik, Graham Greene, Julian of Norwich, and Eberhard Arnold are sure to stimulate reflection and discussion. And as always, the magazine is illustrated with world-class art by the likes of Ferdinand Hodler, Camille Pissarro, Rembrandt, Fra Angelico, Henry Ossawa Tanner, Fritz von Uhde, Jon Redmond, Balázs Boda, Allan Rohan Crite, and Jason Landsel. Plough Quarterly features stories, ideas, and culture for people eager to put their faith into action. Each issue brings you in-depth articles, interviews, poetry, book reviews, and art to help you put Jesus' message into practice and find common cause with others.

Little Eva and Miriam in First Grade

release date: Jan 01, 1994
Little Eva and Miriam in First Grade
Eva Mozes Kor's early childhood experiences with antisemitism in Hungary during Hitler's time.
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