This vivid memoir describes the author's experiences as a young girl in Poland, forced to flee to Warsaw after the Nazi bombing of Brest at the outbreak of World War II. She recounts the realities of life in occupied Poland, including the arrest by the Gestapo of her father and his death soon after in Auschwitz, the family's participation in the black market and the Warsaw Uprising, and her capture and incarceration with her mother in a forced labor camp. Once released from the camp, they joined their Russian relatives in Austria only to quickly leave with them to avoid approaching Soviet forces, experiencing a month-long, often comical journey on an ox-driven cart back to the U.S. zone of Germany.
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Save American Kids from Killings, Rape, and Cruelty
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MOM ON THE STREETS
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REVISITING THE HORRORS OF THE HOLOCAUST
Click on the link below to read and hear about the 16 miles of shelves holding the stories of 17 million victims – not only Jews, but slave laborers, political prisoners and homosexuals.
LOOKING FOR THE WWII US ARMY LIBERATORS
OF THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS
Charles Pierce, a Holocaust Survivor, would like to thank the US Army troops who liberated him from the Concentration Camps at the end of WWII. The last camp he was in was Dachau. He was marched for about three days out of the camp when the Army troops rescued him and sent him to a hospital. Any information leading to this troop would be greatly appreciated. Charles is forever thankful.
CHARLES PIERCE, 89 AND HIS BROTHER ABE PRICE, 87 MEET AT A FAMILY REUNION IN LAS VEGAS, NV. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME THE BROTHERS, BOTH HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS, TALKED TOGETHER PUBLICLY ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCES AS NAZI PRISONERS. READ MORE ABOUT THEIR MEETING BY CLICKING ON THE LINK BELOW.