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Renia's Diary by Renia Spiegel
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it was amazing
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Renia’s Diary, a true diary written by a young Jewish teen that lived in Poland, is a true diary of her own words. The beginning and followup pages to delve into more information, is written by her sister who’s name is now Elizabeth.

This, like all other Holocaust memoirs whether survivor or victim, is a remarkable and touching tribute to a woman taken too early.
This document is touching, heart-wrenching, and absolutely needed to keep these wonderful souls known to our generation and for the generations hereafter.

I loved this diary. It means so much to me as a fellow Jewish woman. It means everything.

Thank you NetGalley and St Martin’s Press for this ARC and in return, this is my unbiased and voluntary review.
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May 16, 2019 – Shelved (ebook Edition)
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