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Who Are You Mr. Grymek?

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The story of a wealthy Jewish family living in Cracow whose idyllic life is shattered in the midst of invasion by the Nazi army in Poland. Experiencing, on one hand, immense adversities, denunciations and arrest, and, on the other, miraculous rescues, incredible escapes and the occasional example of human kindness, the family survived until the end of the war, but just whe ...more
Paperback, 330 pages
Published June 15th 2001 by Mitchell Vallentine & Company (first published June 2001)
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May 18, 2011 DROPPING OUT rated it really liked it
Nathan Gross was born into an affluent middle/upper middle class Polish speaking family. He chronicled his relatively privileged youth in his most beautiful city, Krakow. (I've been there - Yes, it really is!)

This world comes crashing down with the German invasion of Poland. Nathan's father escapes to Lwow with Nathan, and his father and other children to Warsaw.

Living by their wits, with false papers, experiencing the best and worst of human nature, this Holocaust memoir is an emotional roller-
Aug 24, 2009 Anka rated it really liked it
trochę dziwne wspomnienia z aryjskiej strony, bo optymityczne, napisane z pogodą ducha. ciekawe
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