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I pushed my head further out the window, and I saw my cousin Shulem. He saw
me, waved his hand and ran toward our car. At a distance behind him were his
parents Uncle Shmuel and Aunt Etie. They stopped in front of the window, as did
Walking back and forth made me feel like a butterfly trapped between a double
window, flying from one glass pane to the other, up and down, again and again,
desperately looking for the smallest crack through which to escape. Sitting ...
Their windows didn't even have bars. The only apparent difference between our
train and theirs was that our door could be opened at will and the prisoners'
wagons were locked, with a guard for each car. Obviously, the prisoners were of
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I neither liked nor disliked this book. I am always especially interested in reading memoirs, because I feel that they are capable of providing such interesting, realistic pictures of historical ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Our Fate Is Sealed
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