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Stealing German Bread

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In this touching, heart-felt story, the author reveals her motherâs memories and longing for her lost family. The author, who was born six years after the Holocaust, shares her deep personal thoughts and feelings as a child who grew up in Israel among many Holocaust survivors.
Stealing German Bread starts with a recurring dream of a mother, a dream that reappears nightly we
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Paperback, 122 pages
Published January 14th 2010 by Xlibris Corporation (first published February 12th 2009)
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Kristin
May 17, 2009 Kristin rated it it was amazing
This friend was written by my dear, dear friend Yochevet Artzi, or Yoheved, as we call her and edited by my boss. Both amazing woman in their own right.

It is the true story of her mother's survival of the concentration camps of Hitler's Germany. The stories are all told in trans Atlantic phone calls to a now grown Yoheved, who was not allowed to mention anything about her mother's past while growing up.

Her dream was to have her mother hold this book in her hands before she died. She realized it
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Yoche Artzi
Feb 16, 2010 Yoche Artzi rated it it was amazing
Stealing German Bread---the story of my mother in Auschwitz! starts with a recurring dream of a mother, a dream that reappear nightly well into years after the war.
A story of a family and two sisters who supported each other in the Nazis concentration camps, providing motivation to survive for one and a sad end after liberation for the other.
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