Hiding to Survive: Stories of Jewish Children Rescued from the Holocaust

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Mar 23, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 166 pages
During the time of the Holocaust, some Jewish families were able to hide their children with non-Jews. These poignant stories--the experiences of fourteen of these hidden children--include postscripts about the child-rescuer relationship after the war. Photos.
 

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This compilation of stories is written by Jewish adults who, as children, were hidden around Europe during the Holocaust. The experiences and emotions of these children are often hard to comprehend ... Read full review

HIDING TO SURVIVE: Stories of Jewish Children Rescued from the Holocaust

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An excellent complement to Greenfield's Hidden Children (1993), with a brief summary of Hitler's rise and anti-Semitic policies followed by 14 first-person narratives based on interviews. Belgium is ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
Paulette Pomeranz
11
Kurt Dattner
19
Rose SilberbergSkier
29
Manny Ster n
43
Cecile Rojer Jeruchim
53
Jacques van Dam
63
Sylvia Richter
73
Andy Sterling
85
Hirsch Grunstein
95
Aviva Blumberg
107
Debora Biron
129
Simon Jeruchim
139
Judith Steel
151
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
161
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Maxine B. Rosenberg is a contributor for the following Houghton Mifflin Company Title: Hiding to Survive

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