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The Fields of Ukraine: A 17-Year-Old's Survival of Nazi Occupation

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Yosef Laufer is just 17 years old when war breaks out in Eastern Europe in 1941. With his father, he barely escapes deportation to Belzec, a Nazi death camp, and for two long years they forge a precarious existence in the fields and woods outside of their village of Zurawno. Faced with the constant threat of discovery by both the occupying troops and the local townspeople,...more
Hardcover, 166 pages
Published December 2nd 2009 by Dallci Press (first published February 26th 2009)
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A memoir about a Holocaust survivor from my great grandfather's town.
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