Commitment to the Dead: One Woman's Journey Toward Understanding
The story of one woman's journey from a cultured life in pre-war Europe, through the devastation of Hitler's regime, to her commitment of helping the world understand the Holocaust.
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Waterford, a Holocaust survivor who lectures about her experiences during World War II, has written a moving testament both to her will to survive and to her determination to live a life without ... Read full review
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