Such Good Girls: The Journey of the Holocaust's Hidden Child Survivors

Such Good Girls: The Journey of the Holocaust's Hidden Child Survivors

by R. D. Rosen
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Such Good Girls: The Journey of the Holocaust's Hidden Child Survivors 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I find it so incredible! These various routes to freedom and the sad tales that are mixed in the ultimate triumph over all these obstacles they each faced. I cried for most of it because it was a sad journey for them. But they didn't let Hitler win out in the end and it made them stronger and more determined to succeed! They turned out a success story and wanted to help other survivors heal. It was well worth reading! The details they could recall after all that time of being suppressed is remarkable. Very good details from a historical perspective. Beautifully put together read!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Man's inhumanity to man has impact on us all. Here we read not just about how some survived and how some did not but what it took to survive and how that affected their entire lives. Today's news shows how we have learned nothing from the past.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a story of survival and dignity and confusion and so much more! After reading these women's stories, presented so well by the author, I felt I really understood what I grew up with, and that is Jewish survivors living among spared German scientists. It is like von Braun and von Stauffenburg, 2 aristocratic, brilliant men in WWll who faced Hitler with two very different choices of survival. These children were saved, but oh, what they had to live with to survive. I highly recommend this to read! Well done and well remembered!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a book about 3 young Jewish girls who escaped the Holocost. One girl was taught by her mom to be a "Christian", and was even received into the Catholic Church. This was really confusing to her when she found out she was a Jew after the war. I learned that there were many "hidden children" of the Holocost and about the guilt it has caused them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
These people were a surprise to me. One does not think of survivors as victims but they developed new personas and weer left to wonder who they really were. great read.
Anonymous 21 days ago
It's important for the world to know about the Haulacost from the eyes of the Hidden Children.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In depth accounts of forgotten victems.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gives meaning to the term survivor.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although the book was hard to stay engaged in, overall it was enjoyable. I personally enjoy more details when it comes to the survivor's stories, not so much their lives thereafter, I must praise the author in his approach for the novel. Worth the read
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wonder if this book is good because i'm thinking about the book.;)