I Love You My Child I m Abandoning You

Author: Ariela Palacz
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781540889331
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An exciting human documentary taking place in France during the Holocaust Little Paulette is an excellent pupil, surrounded by a loving family. But one day she is suddenly forced to confront the cruel reality of the Holocaust, together with the rest of French Jewry. Paulette is forced to separate from her family, and as a result, abandoned by her father. But despite her difficult and shocking life experiences, she remains na�ve and optimistic, holding on to her thirst for life even in the darkest hours. An authentic and moving life story I Love You My Child, I'm Abandoning You is an exciting human documentary, taking place in France during the Holocaust. It honors the memory of the French Jews who perished in the Second World War, while simultaneously giving voice the persistent will to live, and the strength and bravery that characterize those who survived and gave rise to the future generations of the Jewish people. An existential odyssey that puts a spotlight on the human need and right to belong Ariela Palacz shares her life story through the character of little Paulette Szenker, sensitively weaving past and present into an authentic and moving journey that shifts between WWII France and contemporary Jerusalem. A story about the human spirit and the thirst for a family, a tradition, and a nation, that will touch your heart. Get your copy of I Love You My Child, I'm Abandoning You now!

Let Me Tell You a Story

Author: Renata Calverley
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408834529
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The spellbinding true story of a little girl's miraculous escape from the Nazis during the Second World War

Still Alive

Author: Ruth Klüger
Publisher: Feminist Press at CUNY
ISBN: 9781558614369
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Now in paperback, the acclaimed Holocaust memoir declared "a book of breathtaking honesty and extraordinary insight."--LA Times

I m Not from Around Here

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ISBN: 9781976777813
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A well mannered voyager from a distant place (and I mean much more distant than the far edge of town or even out-of-state) happens upon a planet that isn't listed anywhere in his travel brochure. He meets the locals, makes some friends, and contends with issues both terrestrial and extraterrestrial. Perhaps even more importantly, he quickly discovers the endless appeal of the hamburger.

I was a Child of Holocaust Survivors

Author: Bernice Eisenstein
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I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivorsdistills, through text and drawings, including panels in the comic-book format, Bernice Eisenstein’s memories of her 1950s’ childhood in Toronto with her Yiddish-speaking parents, whose often unspoken experiences of war were nevertheless always present. The memories also draw on inherited fragments of stories about relatives lost to the war whom she never met. Eisenstein’s parents met in Auschwitz, near the end of the war and were married shortly after Liberation. The book began to take root in her imagination several years ago, almost a decade after her father’s death. With poignancy and searing honesty, Eisenstein explores with ineffable sadness and bittersweet humour her childhood growing up in the shadow of the Holocaust. But more than a book about the Holocaust and its far-reaching shadows, this moving, visually ravishing graphic memoir speaks universally about memory, loss, and recovery of the past. No one who sees this book will not be deeply affected by its beautiful, highly evocative writing and brilliantly original and haunting artwork created by the author.I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivorsis destined to become a classic. “I am lost in memory. It is not a place that has been mapped, fixed by coordinates of longitude and latitude, whereby I can retrace a step and come to the same place again. Each time is different. . . . “While my father was alive, I searched to find his face among those documented photographs of survivors of Auschwitz — actually, photos from any camp would do. If I could see him staring out through barbed wire, I thought I would then know how to remember him, know what he was made to become, and then possibly know what he might have been. All my life, I’ve looked for more in order to fill in the parts of my father that had gone missing. . . .” —Excerpts fromI Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors

Night

Author: Elie Wiesel
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 071819781X
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Born into a Jewish ghetto in Hungary, as a child, Elie Wiesel was sent to the Nazi concentration camps at Auschwitz and Buchenwald. This is his account of that atrocity: the ever-increasing horrors he endured, the loss of his family and his struggle to survive in a world that stripped him of humanity, dignity and faith. Describing in simple terms the tragic murder of a people from a survivor's perspective, Night is among the most personal, intimate and poignant of all accounts of the Holocaust. A compelling consideration of the darkest side of human nature and the enduring power of hope, it remains one of the most important works of the twentieth century. New translation by Marion Wiesel, with a new introduction by Elie Wiesel.

Hanna s Story

Author: Hanna Bodle
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781727102796
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Hanna lives each day to its fullest. This is her autobiography, a true story of growing up in Nazi Germany, marrying an American GI, and homesteading in Wyoming. Hanna grew up in a quiet self-sufficient village, part of Germany at the time. But, Germany was under siege, being torn apart with the rise of Nazi dogma, Russian invasion, and World War II. At age sixteen, Hanna was drafted into the German medical corps, an arm of the Nazi war machine. During the bombing of Dresden she found her chance to escape. Turning herself into the Allies, she meets the dashing Army Master Sargent Marvin Bodle and became his bride, a war bride. Hanna left Germany leaving everything she knew and not knowing if any of her family had survived the War. The family's first home would be in Wyoming, wherever that was. Hanna and Marvin ranched, farmed, and homesteaded. It was a rugged yet loving life not easily wrestled from the extremes of land, weather, and progress. Believing in the ideals of her new land, Hanna proudly became an American citizen. She embraced life, learned to hunt, and was an active part of her community. Hardships didn't break her spirit, even when it meant starting over. Family was and is the center of Hanna's life; raising her own growing family and searching for her German family left behind.

Diary of a Young Girl

Author: Anne Frank
Publisher: ENRICH CULTURE GROUP LIMITED
ISBN: 9887739537
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The Diary of a Young Girl is a book of the diary kept by Anne Frank while she was in hiding for two years with her family during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. Published in 1947, the diary received widespread critical and popular attention. The book is included in several lists of the top books of the 20th century.

Let Me Go

Author: Helga Schneider
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448180406
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When Helga Schneider was four, her mother, Traudi, abandoned her to pursue her career. In 1998, Helga received a letter asking her to visit Traudi, now 90-years old, before she dies. Mother and daughter have met only once after Traudi left, on a disastrous visit where Helga first learnt the terrible secret of her mother's past. Traudi was as an extermination guard in Auschwitz and Ravensbruck and was involved in Nazi 'medical' experiments on prisoners. She has never expressed even the slightest remorse for her actions, yet Helga still hopes that at this final meeting she will find some way to forgive her mother.

Raking Light from Ashes

Author: Relli Robinson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781542627733
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Find light in the darkest hour Lala, a young Jewish girl, loses her entire family during the dark days of the Holocaust in the Warsaw Ghetto. Thanks to the kindness of a Polish family, Lala manages to survive the war, taking on an assumed identity. By a twist of good fortune and unbelievable coincidence, she is found after the war and eventually immigrates to Israel in 1950 to live with her Israeli relatives. A child's struggle to comprehend a world gone mad Relli Robinson's true story of survival offers a fascinating panoramic human drama that extends from the dark days of the Second World War to the independent State of Israel. A gripping and inspiringly optimistic narrative based on real life experiences, you'll enjoy every page of this fascinating journey of hope. Get your copy of Raking Light from Ashes Now!