SAMMY: Child Survivor of the Holocaust
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SAMMY: Child Survivor of the Holocaust

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“In sharing your personal testimony as survivor of the Holocaust you have granted future generations the opportunity to experience a personal connection with history. Thanks you for your invaluable contribution, your strength and your generosity of Spirit” –Steven Spielberg, Director of Shindler’s List.

“Sammy Child Survivor of the Holocaust is the remarkable story of a ch...more
Paperback, 3rd Edition, 112 pages
Published July 8th 2011 by CreayeSpace (first published May 1999)
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Vicki G
This is just disgusting. In fact, it makes me want to lie and say I was never German. I'd like to pretend from here on out like I have no genetic link whatsoever to Germans, much less as direct a one as I currently have.

I don't understand why nobody ever told me that the Nazi soldiers killed young Jewish children immediately after they got to the concentration camp, b/c the soldiers considered young children useless. They couldn't work in the camps, b/c of being too young, so the soldiers killed...more
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This book was amazing. It was very "kid friendly" yet it showed the deep stories of the Holocaust. It was much less graphic and intense that "Night" by Elie WIesel, yet I kept wanting to read on. It was a great read and made me happy and joyful.

This book shows the life of Sammy. Sammy survived tha holocaust. He was able to escape to America. He tried to forget his past and did for many years. This book not only shows his experience in the Holocaust, but his life afterwards and how and why he dec...more
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