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By May 1942 the tourist period was over, especially for the Jews. At first, believe it
or not, the Jews in France couldn't imagine that the Germans had the same plans
for them as for the German Jews. Even when the Jews of Paris — about a ...
Nowhere was it written — except voluntarily — who was a Jew and who was not.
If your name, your accent, your nose, your passport, your neighbours, your
relatives etc. were in order, who was to know better? My mother's parents were ...
"I'm a Jew!" I could have shouted, but of course no one would have cared. It was,
as they say, a dead issue. Approximately 90,000 Jews spent time in Drancy
during the war. Most were brought there in an organized way from various parts
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - gypsysmom - LibraryThing
This is the second book by Matt Cohen that I have read. I read Elizabeth and After a year and a half ago and enjoyed it. I knew that I had this other book on my TBR pile and that I wanted to read it ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bhowell - LibraryThing
This book was originally published in 1990 but was re-issued in 2007 when it was made into a movie staring Susan Sarandon and Christopher Plummer. It's a good read and not overly long, moving from a ... Read full review