Hiding in the Open: A Holocaust Memoir
North Star Press of St. Cloud, 2001 - 225 Seiten
Memoirs of a Jew born in Piotrków, Poland, in 1923. During the German occupation, she and her family were interned in the ghetto. In 1942, when rumors began to circulate that the ghetto would be liquidated, the family of Zimering's Polish Catholic teacher, Mrs. Justyna, provided them with "Aryan" papers. Zimering left the ghetto with her parents, sister, and brother. She and her sister Helka then volunteered for labor in Germany. In 1944 they attempted to flee to Switzerland; they were captured and returned to Regensburg, where they were liberated by the U.S. Army in April 1945. After the war they settled in the USA. Their brother Natek also survived the war, but their parents perished.
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