Four Teenagers' Stories of Courage And Miraculous Survival
Meet Rose, Greta, Clari, and Feige… Their stories will inspire generations to come!
Rose: A courageous nurse who earned her country’s greatest honors. Greta: Somehow staying one step ahead of the enemy. Clari: Saved by her father’s remarkable vision and judgment. Feige: Living hidden underground for three years. Four young women — Jewish girls, from France, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Poland — survive the horrors of war-torn Europe armed with little more than faith, perseverance, and youth. Renée Worch gathers the threads of memory, the written and oral records of four aging women who pass on their narratives lest they be forgotten. We hear their gripping stories as they look back to those dramatic and unforgettable events, during a time when to be Jewish was reason enough to be killed and safety could not be purchased with money, property, or influence. An amazing book of hashgachah pratis- miraculous tales of salvation that will inspire for generations to come.
|Publisher||Distributed By Feldheim|
|Number of pages||208|
|Binding type||Hard Cover|
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