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Survivors: True Stories Of Children In The Holocaust

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  • Posted August 18, 2010

    Very Realistic and Exciting

    This book shows the true affects of the Holocaust. Amazingly written.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2007

    My review for Survivors

    Survivors Written by: Allan Zullo There were different characters for different stories in the book. Like one girl she was very kind to her family. Her parents and her had to live in a ghetto finally they find a way to get their daughter out of the ghetto. Her dad snuck her out when he went to work. The plot was to tell of the stories of these poor children that went through the Holocaust. They probably wanted their amazing stories to be known so that everybody can know. The children went through tough times. Some got taken away to concentration camps were thy were either they were put to work or killed. Some were sent to forced labor camps and most never saw their families again. This story was placed in 1933 in Russia. The meaning of this story is to tell people the stories of true survivors of the Holocaust. I liked this story because it is an inspiration to me that people take things for granted like they have it so easy but people back then had it harder than about everyone I know. I connected with the book because I read in an article that the Holocaust was a very horrible time to live in because there were so many deaths.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 15, 2007

    life changing book !

    This book tells the incredible true stories of nine brave young Jewish survivors of the Holocaust. These gripping accounts ¿ including real names, dates and places ¿ are based exclusively on the personal, lengthy interviews with the survivors. In a time of great horror, these nine children each found a way to make it through the nightmare of war. Some hid, some fled, some fought. Others endured unbearable agony in ghettos, death marches and concentration camps. Although it's hard to imagine that anyone, especially children, could bear so much suffering from so much cruelty, this book is a celebration of the human spirit ¿ of the will to overcome unspeakable horrors, the will to triumph over evil, the will to live. In fact, these survivors all shared a common trait ¿ they believed in their hearts that they would live even when so many around them were dying. Not only did they survive but they grew up, got married and have enjoyed happy, fulfilling lives. Their experiences reveal that in the most horrible and hopeless situations imaginable, young people can rely on their courage, faith, and smarts ¿ and sometimes sheer luck ¿ to pull them through. Their legacy of survival is a powerful testament to courage in the face of hatred.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2005

    Review for Suvivors

    This is a great book that gives you a great idea of the Holocaust effect. The authors do a great job of describing how bad Jews were tormented. It expresses the effects of death, starvaton, and lack of hope. I recomend this book to all people who are intrested in the Holocaust.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2005

    Holocaust Survivors review

    Survivors was an emotionally touching story about nine Jews who survived the Holocaust during World War II. While reading this book you may feel sad and may even cry. You will learn that Hitler and the German Soldiers were very cruel and unfair to the Jews. The survivors had to run and hide to escape the poverty of Hitler's injustice. After reading each story you will feel sad for the people that died, but you will rejoice the people who survived.

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    Posted August 22, 2009

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