Random House Publishing Group, 16.02.2011 - 448 Seiten
After losing her entire family to the Nazis at age 13, Alicia Appleman-Jurman went on to save the lives of thousands of Jews, offering them her own courage and hope in a time of upheaval and tragedy. Not since The Diary of Anne Frank has a young voice so vividly expressed the capacity for humanity and heroism in the face of Nazi brutality.
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Foreword by Gabriel Appleman
The German Occupation
The First Action
In the Fields
Snuggle to Survive
Return to Buczacz
In a Russian Prison
Alicia Aliyah Bet asked Badgastein began Bella Bielsko bread Brecha Bronia brother Buczacz Bunio bunker Chortkov couldn’t cried crying door DP camp Eretz Israel eyes face farmer father felt ﬁeld ﬁght ﬁlled ﬁnally ﬁnd ﬁnished ﬁrst ﬂoor forest friends Germans Gestapo ghetto girl hand happened head heard heart Hebrew Herzl hiding inside Jewish Jews Judenrat killed knew Kopechince leave lived Lodz looked Mama Manka Mesha Milek moming mother moved night NKVD pain partisans Peppa Poland Poles police Polish potatoes prison pulled quickly Rachel realized remembered retumed Russian Sharf sitting Slavka sleep sleigh smiled someone Soviet Union stay stood stopped street suddenly survived talk tears tell Theodor Herzl thought told took trying tumed Tzivia Ukrainian UNRRA village voice waiting walked woman worried Wujciu Yiddish young Zachary