Hiding in the Open: A Holocaust Memoir
North Star Press of St. Cloud, 2001 - 225 Seiten
This is the memoir of one of two sisters who survived the Holocaust by posing as Catholic Poles in Germany during World War II. They missed the liquidation of their ghetto by mere hours, hiding in a shed all night listening to the screams of their fellow Jews. Then went into Germany and took up work in a hotel housing Gestapo officers. Many close escapes and daring moments make this book chilling.
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