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Anne Frank: The Biography | 1998 Holocaust Book

Anne Frank: The Biography by Melissa Müller Read an Excerpt from the Book With an Epilogue by Miep Giess Translated by Robert and Rita Kimber Metropolitan Books; 0-8050-5996-2; $23.00/$29.95...
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The Young Soapmaker

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The Young Soapmaker Part III

Part III 7. The Return As I walked back to town I wondered what it would be like when I returned. When I got to the...

The Young Soapmaker Part IV

  Part IV 10. Mielez Immediately upon arriving in Mielez everyone was tatooed on their right wrist with the letters KL. This stood for concentration camp in...

Table of Contents: The Young Soapmaker

  Gertie Lerer The Young Soapmaker Table of Contents:   Chapter 1: The Sabbath   Chapter 2: The March   Chapter 3: The Attic   Chapter 4: Sixteen   Chapter 5: The...

The Young Soapmaker Part I

By Gertie Lerer Based on the experiences of Leonard Lerer Dedicated to our children and our children's children so that they may know a better world. A...

The Young Soapmaker Part II

Part II 4. Sixteen In 1941 all Jewish institutions in Poland such as schools, synagogues and most businesses were closed. All activities formerly conducted by Jews...