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Because of Romek by David Faber
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Oct 28, 11

bookshelves: shoah-ww2-memoirs
Read in March, 2004

This book took me longer to read than many of the other SHoah related books I have read, but it is a testimony about tragedy and a young Jewish boy in Poland who survives it all--the loss of his entire family--right in front of him; and enlavement and torture in several death/concentration camps; and his survival up til liberation, and how he tried to rebuild his life after the war--his oldest sister had left Poland for France, Switzerland, and then England before the war, and his relationship with her after being reunited with her was not good at all from his account.
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Brianna Brosnan You are wrong. You should have rated this amazing book 5 stars.


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