Against all odds: a tale of two survivors
Holocaust Library, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 398 pages
This is an unusually exciting story including hair-breath escapes, dangerous subterfuges, intrigues & heroic exploits shared by two people against an array of Nazi pursuers in Poland. It contains a romantic interlude which culminated in the marriage of the two protagonists. Amalie was so successful in posing as an Aryan that she received a marriage proposal from a German officer. Norman saves himself by trading coffee beans for his life with a Nazi official.
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