March to Freedom: A Memoir of the Holocaust
Impact Pub., Jan 1, 2008 - Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - 102 pages
In March to Freedom: A Memoir of the Holocaust, Edith Singer gives a first-hand account of the Holocaust. When she was 16, the Nazis placed Edith and her family in the Auschwitz death camp. This memoir describes daily life in camp: meals, roll call, sleeping, selections, tattoos, sabotage, miracles, and eventually her march to freedom. Amidst unimaginable loss of human rights, Edith maintains her faith, takes risks, and makes sacrifices for others.
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