FRANCI'S WAR: A Woman's Story of Survival
Franci was known as the dress designer who lied to Dr. Mengele at an Auschwitz selection, saying she was an electrician, an occupation that both endangered and saved her life. In this memoir, she offers her intense, candid, and sometimes funny account of those dark years with her resourceful and varied group of female prisoners. Photos.
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