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At the Mercy of Strangers: Growing up on the Edge of the Holocaust
     

At the Mercy of Strangers: Growing up on the Edge of the Holocaust

by Suzanne Loebl
 
At the Mercy of Strangers is uplifting without minimizing the horrors to the Holocaust or of World War II. Taken from the diary of Suzanne Bamberger, this is the tale of how her mother, sister and she managed to be among those lucky enough to survive while hiding in Brussels. With the help from the people of Belgium, she was able to live through the harassment and

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At the Mercy of Strangers is uplifting without minimizing the horrors to the Holocaust or of World War II. Taken from the diary of Suzanne Bamberger, this is the tale of how her mother, sister and she managed to be among those lucky enough to survive while hiding in Brussels. With the help from the people of Belgium, she was able to live through the harassment and fear of being found out by the Nazis. Share Loebl's reflections on the horror of the war years and the triumph of courage and hope in the face of overwhelming bigotry and racism.

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ISBN-13:
9780935553239
Publisher:
Pacifica Military History
Publication date:
09/15/1997
Pages:
182
Product dimensions:
6.16(w) x 9.22(h) x 0.76(d)

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