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The Art of Survival

by Charles Pierce
 
The Art of Survival is the true story of Charles (Piasecki) Pierce, one of the few remaining who gave witness to Word War II and was enslaved by the Nazis for six agonizing years. The book tells of his miraculous survival of the death camps and his eventual arrival in America where he eventually meets the young woman of his dreams and marries.

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The Art of Survival is the true story of Charles (Piasecki) Pierce, one of the few remaining who gave witness to Word War II and was enslaved by the Nazis for six agonizing years. The book tells of his miraculous survival of the death camps and his eventual arrival in America where he eventually meets the young woman of his dreams and marries.

This unexpected and impactful story takes you into the shadows of human suffering and lifts you into the light of love and celebration. If you've ever felt hopeless for even a moment you will simply want to read this inspirational tale of survival and/or if you are a history buff you will want to add this book to your must read list and/or if you simply like a true story of human passion and compassion, you will absolutely want The Art of Survival in your home library. It's a good read!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781928737797
Publisher:
Survival Station Publications
Publication date:
03/28/2011
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)

Meet the Author

Charles (Piasecki) Pierce is a phenomenon in himself. He did not turn to writing until he was approaching 90 years old when he began to pen The Art of Survival with the assistance of J. Marlando a seasoned all media writer. Now, Mr. Pierce spends much of his time writing articles and giving talks to schools and other groups about his experiences. His goal is to keep the memory of the Holocaust in the minds of people with the hope that such a reminder of man's inhumanity to man will be intrinsic in someday bringing love, peace and cooperation into our world.

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