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Hannah Senesh Life and Diary (alkuperäinen julkaisuvuosi 1966; vuoden 1973 painos)

– tekijä: Hannah Senesh

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Hero * Martyr * Poet The inspiring story of a remarkable life cut short. "I don't think Hannah wanted to die for the sake of having her memory exalted in history or to prove herself equal to a romantic image she conceived for herself. Her purpose wasn't to die. She died for her life's purpose." --U.S. Senator John McCain, in Why Courage Matters Hannah Senesh, poet and Israel's national heroine, has come to be seen as a symbol of Jewish heroism. Safe in Palestine during World War II, she volunteered for a mission to help rescue fellow Jews in her native Hungary. She was captured by the Nazis, endured imprisonment and torture, and was finally executed at the age of twenty-three. Like Anne Frank, she kept a diary from the time she was thirteen. This new edition brings together not only the widely read and cherished diary, but many of Hannah's poems and letters, memoirs written by Hannah's mother, accounts by parachutists who accompanied Hannah on her fateful mission, and insightful material not previously published in English. Described by a fellow parachutist as a "spiritual girl guided almost by mysticism," Hannah's life has something of value to teach everyone. Now the subject of a feature-length documentary, Blessed Is the Match: The Life and Death of Hannah Senesh, Hannah's words and actions will inspire people from each generation to follow their own inner voices, just as she followed hers.… (lisätietoja)
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Teoksen nimi:Hannah Senesh Life and Diary
Kirjailijat:Hannah Senesh
Info:Schocken (1973), Paperback, 257 pages
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Hannah Senesh: Her Life and Diaries (tekijä: Hannah Senesh (Author)) (1966)

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INTERESTIND. WORTH READING. HANNAH, FROM A VERY SECULAR HUNGARIAN WORLD, BECOMES AN ARDANT ZIONIS, MOVES TO A KIBBUTZ TO LEARN agriculture & animal...Writes a lot about that part of her life. & is destined to do more, i.e. write or teach. In 1944, she parachutes back into Europe to "save Jews". Interesting that she doesn't write about what is happening outside the kibbutz & her world, ie. in Europe. She is unaware probably... ( )
  evatkaplan | Apr 30, 2020 |
Read a long time ago, brought back from parents place to re-read. ( )
  velvetink | Mar 31, 2013 |
This very moving book contains the diary, letters, and selected poems of one of the State of Israel’s heroes. Eight people add eight views about Hannah, her upbringing outside of Palestine, her strong attachment to the land of her ancestors, her travel to and work in Palestine, how and why she joined the British military, a nation who controlled Palestine before 1948, to fight against the Germans, how she parachuted into enemy lines in 1944 to help liberate captured British soldiers, was captured herself, tortured, and shot. She was the only female in the parachute group. People found it hard to believe that a woman would jump from a plane, especially into enemy lines. The Nazis caught her because of the behavior of a fellow soldier and they tortured her for long periods of time. “They asked her one thing, only one thing: what is your radio code? … Hannah didn’t reveal it.” Her body was abused. Her eyes were blackened. There were ugly welts on her checks and neck. Some of her teeth were missing. She could hardly walk. But she refused to give up the code because it would have resulted in the death of many English soldiers.

She was born in Budapest on July 17, 1921, to a wealthy, distinguished, and acculturated Hungarian Jewish family. Her father was a well-known writer. She received a good education in Hungarian schools, but suffered anti-Semitism there. She was a natural leader. Her first grade teacher told her mother that when she had to leave the class, she would tell Hannah to sit in her chair and Hannah would tell the children stories while they listened in silence. She had a strong feeling for Jews. She told her mother that even if she was not born a Jew she would still help them, “by all possible means, a people who were being treated so unjustly now, and who had been abused so miserably throughout history. She arrived in what was then called Palestine in 1939, a name given to Israel by the Romans who attempted to erase all memory of Jews and Israel, when Hitler was trying to do the same, but more inhumanly.

On June 9, 1944, just before she parachuted into Nazi-controlled territory, she gave her friend a piece of paper. She said, “If I don’t return, give this to our people. This friend writes: “It was ‘Blessed Is the Match,’ the poem every Israeli, young or old, can now recite from memory.”

Blessed is the match 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 consumed
in kindling flame.

In her final poem before her death, she wrote:

I gambled on what mattered most,
The dice were cast, I lost.

So she thought. But her body was brought to Israel in 1950 and reburied with honors in the “Parachutists section” of the military cemetery on Mt. Herzl in Jerusalem. She was “a modern-day Joan of Arc, the type of heroine who comes along once in a century – bold, brilliant, and uncommonly courageous.” She fought back. ( )
1 ääni iddrazin | May 20, 2011 |
Diary and letters of young poet, dilled in the Holocaust
  Folkshul | Jan 15, 2011 |
beautifully and maturely written diary by hannah. her mother also wrote so well in telling of her heartbreaking experiences of losing her precocious daughter. Hannah was self-aware beyond her years. ( )
  suesbooks | May 18, 2009 |
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Cohn, MartaKääntäjämuu tekijäeräät painoksetvahvistettu
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Wait on the Lord: be of good courage,
and He shall strengthen thine heart.

Psalms 27:14
Courage is the scorner of
things which inspire fear.

- Seneca
THE DIARY

'There are stars whose radiance is visible on earth though they have long been extinct. There are people whose brilliance continues to light the world though they are no longer among the living. These lights are particularly bright when the night is dark. They light the way for Mankind'

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HANNAH SENESH
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                                                                                                                     Budapest
Aged thirteen                                                                                 September 7, 1934

This morning we visited Daddy's grave.
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Blessed is the match . . .
Early Saturday morning I climbed the hills facing Kfar Gil'adi. Wonderful scenery. And in the brilliance of the beautiful morning I understood why Moses received the Torah on a mountaintop. Only on the mountains is it possible to receive orders from above, when one sees how small is man yet feels secure in the nearness of God. From there one's horizons broaden in every respect, and the order of things becomes more understandable. In the mountains one can beleive--and must believe. In the mountains one involuntarily hears the query, "Whom shall I send?" And the answer, "Send me to serve the beautiful and the good!" Will I succeed? Will I be able to fulfill God's command?
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Includes not only the diary, but many of Senesh's poems, a memoir by her mother, accounts by fellow parachutists
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Hero * Martyr * Poet The inspiring story of a remarkable life cut short. "I don't think Hannah wanted to die for the sake of having her memory exalted in history or to prove herself equal to a romantic image she conceived for herself. Her purpose wasn't to die. She died for her life's purpose." --U.S. Senator John McCain, in Why Courage Matters Hannah Senesh, poet and Israel's national heroine, has come to be seen as a symbol of Jewish heroism. Safe in Palestine during World War II, she volunteered for a mission to help rescue fellow Jews in her native Hungary. She was captured by the Nazis, endured imprisonment and torture, and was finally executed at the age of twenty-three. Like Anne Frank, she kept a diary from the time she was thirteen. This new edition brings together not only the widely read and cherished diary, but many of Hannah's poems and letters, memoirs written by Hannah's mother, accounts by parachutists who accompanied Hannah on her fateful mission, and insightful material not previously published in English. Described by a fellow parachutist as a "spiritual girl guided almost by mysticism," Hannah's life has something of value to teach everyone. Now the subject of a feature-length documentary, Blessed Is the Match: The Life and Death of Hannah Senesh, Hannah's words and actions will inspire people from each generation to follow their own inner voices, just as she followed hers.

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