On Both Sides of the Wall: Memoirs from the Warsaw Ghetto
This memoir tells the story of young Vladka Meed, sole Holocaust survivor in her family, and relates the harrowing experiences she had while living in the Warsaw ghetto and working for the underground resistance movement.
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Chapter Title Page Introduction by Elie Wiesel
How It Began
In Front of the Workshops
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