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Remarkable first-person story of survival in Nazi occupied Poland. Narrowly escaping the Nazi sweep in Southern Poland, Jafa Wallach and her husband, Natan, a physician, were able to send their four-year-old daughter to safety (they prayed) while they themselves—along with two of Jafa's brothers—managed to dig a shallow hole in the ground beneath
the cellar of an heroic Polish mechanic's shop.

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Bitter Freedom: Memoir of a Holocaust Survivor
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Very moving story. I am always mistified at how people could survive the atrocities committed by the Nazi's. The bravery of the survivors and those that helped them is a true testament to the power of faith and hope.
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Sad story but a bit boring in places
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Frightening to read, almost impossible to imagine yet again it tells the horrors of living in a nazi controlled environment. Realistically all the Germans should have been exterminated at the end of the war, they all knew just what was going on
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Bitter Freedom memoir of a holocaust
January 14th, 2014
The stories in appendix are somehow hard to follow but the first part is very good, easy to follow.
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November 5th, 2013
An incredibly well written book that illistrates the atrocities that happened during the 2nd world war. I could not put it down.
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