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Consider yourself lucky despite adversity and evil all around you. Also highlights the good people who helped along the way.Published 2 months ago by Ed
I was lucky to have the chance to hear Professor Buergenthal speak in my international law class. I purchased his book to hear more about his story and was not disappointed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kelsey
This is an amazing memoir of how a ten year old child was able to survive Auschwitz, selections, bitter winter transports and 2 ghettos in the midst of the Holocaust. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nancy A
This story is so ..can't think of the word that can describe Tommys life. The fact he survived is so enormous and that after the war he found his mother . Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
good reading from the perspective of a concentration camp survivorPublished 2 months ago by Barbara Chou
It still amazes me how a adults can live through such atrocities let alone a child and how a culture can be blind to such horrible things.Published 2 months ago by Lisa
I really like Holocaust stories, to me, they show what people are capable of. This one is no different. This little boy went into the camps at around 10 years old. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jamie Frandsen