Freedom Means Living Without Fear: A World War II Hybrid Graphic Holocaust Memoir

Freedom Means Living Without Fear: A World War II Hybrid Graphic Holocaust Memoir

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Overview

This hybrid graphic memoir is an ode to high school sweethearts Sonja and Herman. In 1943, the Nazis shoved them in to a cattle car in Holland, bound for Theresienstadt, a camp in Czechoslovakia. They were 20-years old, newly married and madly in love. There were rumors, but they had each other and knew no fear.
They were told that they were going to work for just a few months and so they decided to enjoy their adventure. Instead, they ended up as prisoners inside the infamous Nazi death camp called Auschwitz Birkenau. They found themselves in the darkest of darkness, during a period we now know as the Shoah or Holocaust. This is their story.

Based upon And No More Sorrow - L. Pelzman
Holocaust/WWII memoirs by seasidepress.org

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781947940420
Publisher: seasidepress.org
Publication date: 01/19/2020
Series: Holocaust/WWII memoirs by seasidepress.org , #15
Pages: 120
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.31(d)

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