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Posted March 19, 2003
still can't put it down
The Warsaw Ghetto revolt was heroic, but it wasn't the only one. Rashke brings to light the story of the Jews of Sobibor who fought back by escaping and surviving. By focusing on the people involved, it doesn't read like a textbook. It's a wonderful tribute to the survivors and to the victims, and a powerful reminder of what hate can do and how love and unity can fight back.
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