"Gizelle, save the children!"
Tells the story of sixteen-year-old Gizelle Hersh and her three younger sisters who, by instinct, luck, and willpower, managed to stay together and survive the German death camps of World War II Hungary
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Review: Gizelle, Save the Children!User Review - Michelle - Goodreads
Very well told story of how author and her three sisters survived the Holocaust, including a stint at Auschwitz/Birkenau. Pretty amazing story. Sadly of course the author's parents and brother did not survive. Read full review
Review: Gizelle, Save the Children!User Review - Goodreads
The beautiful and terrible story of the girl Gizelle Hersh who, together with her sisters, survives Auschwitz, against all odds. I read it when I was young (borrowed from a friend) and a few years ago ...
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