To See You Again: A True Story of Love in a Time of War

Thorndike Press, 1999 - 471 Seiten
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"Will you love me always just as you love me now?" I asked. "Always", he promised. With these words, Betty Markowitz and Richie Kovacs pledged their hearts to each other forever. They met as children in 1939 in Budapest, and fell in love as teenagers amid the terror of a world at war, confident that their love could survive even Hitler. Separated from Richie by the Nazis in 1944, Betty vowed she would find him. But it would be thirty years and a lifetime of pain, love, loss, and joy before she did.

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A tragic love story. - Goodreads
My favorite love story to date! - Goodreads
Love story mixed with surviving the war. - Goodreads
A true love story that will touch your heart. - Goodreads

Review: To See You Again: A True Story of Love in a Time of War

Nutzerbericht  - Brenda - Goodreads

Heartbreaking, sole definition of survival right here! Holocaust, concentration camps, murder, starvation and true hell on earth and love, true love. In the midst of war, a love grows strong, but when war moved them in separate directions, would they ever find each other again? Vollständige Rezension lesen

Review: To See You Again: A True Story of Love in a Time of War

Nutzerbericht  - Milla Tuominen - Goodreads

This book is the best I have read. It is at the same time horrible story of the pain that not many people have gone through and an unbelievable love story about love that only few people can experience in their life. Vollständige Rezension lesen


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Über den Autor (1999)

Betty Schimmel was born in 1929 in a small village in Czechoslovakia. She has served as president of Hadassah in Rockland County, New York, been active in B?nai B?rith, and works with Holocaust survivor organizations. The founder and owner of a travel agency and an embroidery business, Betty lives in Phoenix, Arizona, with her family.

Joyce Gabriel is a writer and former editor at Newsday. She lives with her family in Ridgefield, Connecticut.

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