Blessed is the Match: The Story...

This book is a classic account of Jewish tragedy, faith, hope, and triumph. Published originally in 1947, it is one of the first works to deal with the horrors and the heroism of the Holocaust years.

Blessed is the match that is consumed in kindling flame. Blessed is the flame that burns in the secret fastness of the heart. Blessed is the heart with strength to stop its beating for honor ’ s sake. Blessed is the match that is consumed in kindling flame. From the Hebrew of HANNA SENESCH

Blessed is the Match: The Story of Jewish Resistance


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FRONT MATTEREpigraphTitle PageCopyright PageContentsIntroductionI. UDII. THE PARACHUTISTS FROM PALESTINE1. The Mission2. “Blessed Is the Match”3. Behind the Lines with Tito4. In a Hungarian Prison5. Resistance in Budapest6. A Shepherd in Rumania7. What Did They Achieve?III. THE UNDERGROUND NETWORK1. The Office in Istanbul2. Eichmann Makes an Offer3. Negotiations with Wislitzeni4. Eichmann's Last Offer: “Goods for Blood”IV. THE GHETTO BATTLE1. The Witnesses2. Why They Went: Hopelessness and Hope3. The Struggle of the Spirit: “To Live With Honor”4. The Youth Groups Prepare: “To Die With Honor”5. The Last Stand: The Jewish Fighting Organization6. The Indictment7. “Understand It Humanly”V. JEWISH PARTISANS IN EASTERN EUROPE1. The Woodmen2. In Vilna: The United Partisans3. “Jerusalem” in White RussiaVI. IN WESTERN EUROPE1. In Holland It Was Different2. Rescue Is Resistance3. France—Service des Jeunes4. The Jewish MaquisVII. RESISTANCE IN PALESTINE1. Haganah: A People's Army2. The Poetry of Action3. Ha‘apalah: Illegal Immigration4. “The Blood Be on Your Head”5. The Seventh CityEpilogue: 1976
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