Memoirs from Occupied Warsaw, 1940-1945
These memoirs recount the struggle for survival of a middle-class Jewish family during the Nazi occupation of Poland. Inside the Warsaw ghetto, the author witnessed the daily battle against overcrowding, hunger and disease.
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The day of deliverance
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