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Review: A Jump for Life: A Survivor's Journal from Nazi Occupied PolandNutzerbericht - Laney - Goodreads
Ruth, the author of this unbelievably true book, amazed me. Although the writing is very detailed, I couldn't put it down. Her book describes not only her very lucky escape from the train, but the ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Review: A Jump for Life: A Survivor's Journal from Nazi Occupied PolandNutzerbericht - Alicia - Goodreads
What an amazing woman! Ruth was a Polish Jew in Warsaw, pregnant with her first child as her husband left to fight in 1939. She (and her baby) survive the Warsaw ghetto and the war due to her courage ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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