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A Child al Confino by Enrico Lamet
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Mar 09, 2015

it was amazing
bookshelves: history, biography-memoir
Read from April 17 to 21, 2011

This is a unique book of a Jewish boy's life in Europe during World War II. Eric Lamet and his parents fled Vienna when the Germans arrived. For the next 67 months, the family lived the lives of refugees trying to stay one step ahead of the Nazis. Eric was only 6 or 7 when he and his family walked away from their home and business. In the memoir, he does an excellent job of sharing his experiences through the eyes of that confused young boy.

Truly fascinating and enlightening.

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message 1: by Enrico (new)

Enrico Lamet Thank you so much Nancy for your comments. Sorry for delay. Your comments were brought to my attention now. Best to you, Eric

message 2: by Enrico (new)

Enrico Lamet Thank you so much for your fine comments and for your rating. Best to you, Eric

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