The Cage

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Bantam, 1988 - Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - 209 pages
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Beginning with the German invasion of Poland in 1939, this is the gripping true story of Riva Minsky's Holocaust experience. Often painful but impossible to put down, her story is a testament to human faith and fortitude.

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wow what an amazing book

User Review  - Keaton hillman - Target

as you read this book it is totally worth the money. i picked it up looking what its about and honestly best thing i ever read. this story explains how the Jews had to do the orders of the Germans. this girl named riva explains her experience. if you like sad storys this is one for you! enjoy! Read full review

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User Review  - Renee.Brandon - LibraryThing

This is one of my favorite books to share with my students. They always think that autobiographies are boring, but then they read this. They are amazed by what happened to people during World War II ... Read full review

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Ruth Minsky Sender was a teacher of Jewish culture and history, specializing in the Holocaust. She lives with her husband in Commack, New York. She is the mother of three grown sons and a daughter, and has several grandchildren. "The Cage" was her first book; she is also the author of "To Life, " and "The Holocaust Lady".

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