I Refused to Die: Stories of Boston-Area Holocaust Survivors and Soldiers Who Liberated the Concentration Camps of World War Ll
Ibbetson Street Press, May 1, 2005 - History - 418 pages
Gives the testimony of both Holocaust survivors and their liberators. Contributors are all Boston-area residents.
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