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The children Hardcover – January 1, 1966
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Boston 1966 1st Little Brown. Non-fiction about children aged 14-19 and their experiences in the Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust. Hardcover. Octavo., 240pp., cloth. VG in Good plus DJ, some light wear.
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It was the job of Charity to bring the children over to England to live in homes on a "lovely holiday". There were so many barriers and difficult times because what these children had gone through.It is detailed of all this that you will read what this book is about and how or was it successful? You will read and find out what Blackstock did to try to help these children and the people who housed them for this holiday.
Blackstock, who was not Jewish took this task to see these children would have a good time. Her caring is unbelievable and the stories of what these children who were left without their parents had to go through.You will learn of what happened to them in the future years after this holiday and what part Blackstock was involved.
A great story and to know that things like this did happen. Without a book like this we would never know.it.
Read it and form your own opinions. There are no stories like this one.
I met Blackstock many years ago and it was a wonderful experience to learn something of her life.A wonderful woman.She has since passed away but lives on with her children and their children.