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Stories from the Warsaw Ghetto

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MD5: 325b0e4d97f2681f99ecf5d16e24e24a
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
This app works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Description excerpted from Amazon website:

"Stories from the Warsaw Ghetto relates a unique episode in the history of World War Two and of the 20th century. The locking up of half a million men, women and children in the old Jewish quarter of Warsaw and their subsequent deportation to the death camp. The first urban civil insurrection of some hundreds of young Jewish people against the Nazis.

This CD-Rom recounts these events through the lives of nine characters who had an extraordinary destiny. [...]

From the invasion of Poland in September 1939 to the insurrection of the ghetto in 1943, 200 scenes retrace the events which led to the big round ups of the summer 1942 and to the murder of 400,000 Jewish people, to the first rebellion in January 1943 and to the uprising..."

No installation required. Just start the application "Ghetto xMB" from the ISO disc image. That image has been retrieved from the Internet Archive. Mac/PC hybrid CD-ROM.

Architecture: 68k PPC x86 (Windows)

Minimum requirements:
68040 33 MHz or PowerPC processor
5.2 megs of free RAM, CD-ROM drive 2x
256 colors (thousands recommended)
System 7 or later (7.5.3 recommended)
[more details on the inlay]

Tested successfully on:
Basilisk II for Linux w/System 7.5.5
Basilisk II for MacOSX w/System 7.5.5
SheepShaver for MacOSX w/MacOS 9.0.4
[sound slightly choppy in SheepShaver]


mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2018, December 19 - 5:18am

The version of the user guide is not compatible with Acrobat 4. I have made a compatible copy and uploaded it as the second Manual item (go into Edit mode to find it).

Idéfix's picture
by Idéfix - 2018, December 19 - 5:19am

The Warsaw Jewish Ghetto In Photographs
by Ulrich Keller
Dover Publications, New York, 1984, 131 p.

The Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto
by Shloyme Mendelsohn
Yiddish Scientific Institute, New York, 1944, 28 p.