Fugitives of the Forest

Stoddart Publishing, 2001 - 400 Seiten
More than 50 years ago, as World War II and the Nazi assault on Europe ended, approximately 25,000 Jews, entire families in some instances, walked out of the forests of Poland, Belorussia, Lithuania, Ukraine and Russia. For four years, these men, women and children had miraculously survived, eluding Nazi hunts and Soviets, Poles and Ukrainians who often killed first and asked questions later. Fugitives of the Forest is the popular history of these heroic Jewish partisans, using their own testimonies and interviews. Allan Levine, in a gripping narrative, sheds light on one of the darkest times in the history of civilisation.

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