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The pig- woman was always on duty, but the other two worked on a rota, and only
did lunch duty once or twice a week. Soon we were veterans, while they
remained armchair generals who had no experience of the trenches. The pig-
'What beautiful children!' she exclaimed. The others talked about the Synagogue.
The members of the Jewish Council were exempted from all the Jewish laws.
Sarcastically, the woman in grey read out one of their statements in the
They were dirty and muddy. On every face I saw the frozen lethargy of the dead.
From the conversations going on around me, I realised that this was an everyday
spectacle. 'They're paying for it now,' said the elderly peasant woman next to me
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BATTLEFIELDS AND PLAYGROUNDSNutzerbericht - Kirkus
A brilliant portrayal of the sufferings of Hungarian Jews during WW II, seen through the raucous and often comic prism of a small boy's stubbornly independent spirit. Jozsef Sondor, six years old in ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Battlefields and playgroundsNutzerbericht - Not Available - Book Verdict
Jozsef Sondor, the fictional counterpart of Hungarian author Nyiri, gives an impassioned first-person account of life beginning in prewar Hungary, where he spent his early childhood with his ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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