Sara Selver-Urbach's post-World War II memoir is one of the most important primary accounts of a Holocaust survivor. She and her family were confined to the Łódź Ghetto, then deported by the Nazis to the death camp at Auschwitz. From there, Sara was sent to forced labor camps at Mittelsteine and Grafenort, where she survived to the liberation. Her clandestine diary and notes, written on scraps of paper in Polish and Hebrew, allowed her to provide details that were lost for so many others. Her memoir Through the Window of My Home: Recollections from the Ghetto Łódź, was originally published in 1964 in Hebrew in Israel, and appeared in English in 1972.