Remember Us: My Journey from the Shtetl Through the Holocaust

Remember Us: My Journey from the Shtetl Through the Holocaust

by Vic Shayne, Martin Small
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Remember Us: My Journey from the Shtetl Through the Holocaust 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like the people described in this book, I am one of those moved by the pictures I found of my father's from WWll, moved so to read all I could about the Holocaust and Nazis. I thought I had read it all. I hadn't. This man was so unique, who began in a strong, loving family and ended up the same, going through hell in between. Like my 109 year old friend, he had the genes, the will, and the caregivers to live while others died. I appreciated the facts he chose to give as not to be so gory as we know it was. Please read this! "Never again." I wish the world to listen.
Sandragon More than 1 year ago
This brings the lives of those who lived through the taking over of Poland by Hitler's Third Reich. It's an eye opener, for sure! If you're looking for something that makes history up close and personal, this book will do it. Beware, you're going to feel angry, hurt, sorrowful; but then happy as you read how Martin Small overcame the odds and survived - in spite of everything.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An unbelievable eye opener into the past!
WCabogado More than 1 year ago
I have read some of Wiesel, but this is an exceptional book. It is well written and edited - clear and easy to read without noticing any particular style. It is both one of the strongest and, in its way, most horrible books I have ever read. I would like all my family and friends to read it. If you haven't recently learned more about the Holocaust, you should, too. If you are not moved by this book, I'd worry about you.
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