No one awaiting me: two brothers defy death during the Holocaust in Romania
WINNER OF THE CANADIAN NATIONAL JEWISH BOOK AWARD This account of how two brothers fight for life is both thrilling and disturbing. Available in hardcover and paperback.
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Leaving Home June 1941
Forced March to Otaci
Stepanki Spring 1942
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