These Children Are Mine: A Story of Rescue and Survival
Feldheim Publishers, 01.01.2002 - 377 Seiten
The true story of how one woman survived WW II under the oppressive Soviet regime, and found herself rescuing and returning hundreds of "lost" Jewish orphans to their faith.. Includes many photographs.
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A SHELTERED WARSAW CHILDHOOD
HELL BREAKS LOOSE
ESCAPE FROM WARSAW
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