Our Tomorrows Never Came

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Fordham Univ Press, 2000 - History - 143 pages
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Many people think of the death camps when they think of the Holocaust. However, for many thousands of Jews, the Holocaust was in their towns and in the fields, the hills, and on the riverbanks. Clearly, this volume addresses this latter situation in some capacity.
 

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Contents

Introduction
xxiii
Before the War
1
Nazi Invasion
31
In Hiding
57
The Final Solution
89
The Last 100 Days in Hitlers Hell
105
Epilogue
123
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The Bauer family lived in Buczacz, a beautiful, resort-like town in a mountainous area of what was then Poland - now part of Ukraine. Etunia and her twin brother were born in 1922 to a Polish Jewish couple; an elder sister and a younger set of twins completed the close-knit family.

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