I remember nothing more: the Warsaw Children's Hospital and the Jewish resistance
In this powerful memoir, Szwajger reveals, for the first time ever, her horrifying experience as a nurse in the Warsaw Children's Hospital during the Nazi occupation of Poland. Forced to murder her own young patients, Szwajger later escaped and joined the Jewish resistance. A gripping drama of one woman's courage and strength of spirit. 8 pages of photographs.
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