A Hidden Diary from the Lódz Ghetto, 1942 1944

'There is terrible hunger in the ghetto; people are trying to scrape by on 28 decagrams of bread per day... they are collapsing in the streets from exhaustion....' The diary of Heinek (Hersz) Fogel was written in the Lodz Ghetto during the Holocaust. Through those difficult days, Hersz recorded some of the most horrible portions of the ghetto experience his father's death, the deportation of his brother, the overwhelming hunger endured and other tribulations of his family and friends. After miraculously surviving Auschwitz and other concentration camps, Hersz returned to Lodz where he retrieved the diary.