A Physician Under the Nazis are the memoirs of the first forty years (1909-1948) of the life of Henry Glenwick. It focuses on his experiences as a physician in Russian-occupied Ukraine after the outbreak of World War II, his return to the Warsaw ghetto, and his subsequent journey through labor and concentration camps in Poland and Germany. Following a post-war period in Displaced Persons camps in Germany, the book concludes with the writer's cross-Atlantic trip to New York and the beginnings of his life in the United States. This memoir provides the rarely-heard perspective on the Holocaust of a Jewish physician who served both Russian and German occupiers during the war.
David Glenwick, professor of psychology and director of the graduate program in clinical psychology at Fordham University, writes and researches in the areas of child and family disorders, developmental disabilities, and preventive and community-based interventions. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association.
Chapter 1 Foreword by Thane Rosenbaum Chapter 2 Acknowledgements Chapter 3 Introduction Chapter 4 A Childhood in Warsaw Chapter 5 2. My Education After High School Chapter 6 3. Marriage and Family Chapter 7 4. The Outbreak of War and the Flight East Chapter 8 5. A Physician Under the Russians Chapter 9 6. The German Occupation Chapter 10 7. Return to Warsaw Chapter 11 8. In the Ghetto Chapter 12 9. To the Camps Chapter 13 10. In the Camps: Budzyn and Radom Chapter 14 11.Vaihingen, Dachau, and the Road to Liberation Chapter 15 12. After Liberation: In Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Stuttgart Chapter 16 13. Beginning Anew in America Chapter 17 Epilogue Chapter 18 Afterword: A Son's Reflections on His Father's Memoirs and the Holocaust Chapter 19 Appendix A: Chronology of Major Places in the Life of Henry Glenwick from 1909 to 1948 Chapter 20 Appendix B: Map of Places Visited by Henry Glenwick, 1939 to 1946 Chapter 21 Appendix C: Genealogy of the Gliniewiecki, Schulweis, and Rosenfein Families