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Comrade Anna Paperback – December 19, 2012
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"Poignant" and "vivid" -PW"Julian Kravetz is a young author (writing) about the Holocaust. His late parents, Uri and Anna ... were Holocaust survivors...he finds their diaries, learns that his mother was a Communist and a Resistance fighter in the Warsaw Ghetto ... a Nazi named Otto Langner developed feelings for Anna, bringing her food and sheltering her. Still, Anna was arrested ... taken to Auschwitz...(Langner transfers there) ... Uri Kravetz, who had also been at Auschwitz ... recognized him (later in Germany) ... he took Langner prisoner..."
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Comrade Anna was added to the archives, libraries and/or books stores at the U.S. Holocaust Museum, Washington, D.C., the Holocaust Museum in Skokie, Il., the Holocaust Museum in Houston, Tx., The Ghetto Fighters Museum, Jerusalem, Israel, and Yad Vashem, Jerusalem. A Yad Vashem spokesperson characterized Comrade Anna as "an important contribution to our library."
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