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When Grownups Play At War
     

When Grownups Play At War

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by Ilona Flutsztejn-Gruda, Sarah Cummins (Translator)
 
It was the last summer before the war- the war that was to change millions of lives. I was nine years old, and while the grownups talked of the tragedy to come, we children played as we always had, not realizing it would never be the same again. From a splendid blue September sky, the German planes began to drop their bombs on Poland�

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It was the last summer before the war- the war that was to change millions of lives. I was nine years old, and while the grownups talked of the tragedy to come, we children played as we always had, not realizing it would never be the same again. From a splendid blue September sky, the German planes began to drop their bombs on Poland�

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"She (the author) and her parents survived the Holocaust by traveling east, staying in communal farms and villages, finally ending up in Uzbekistan….Flutsztejn-Gruda's account of the events that stole her childhood adds to the collection that should be preserved for history and taught to today's youth."

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ISBN-13:
9781894549431
Publisher:
Sumach Press
Publication date:
07/01/2005
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 7.75(h) x 0.35(d)
Age Range:
12 - 17 Years

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