RATHER DIE FIGHTING: A Memoir of World War II
The author was 16-years-old when German forces invaded Poland. When the roundups and deportations came, Blaichman located Jews who had already escaped. Together they formed a Jewish partisan force dedicated to fighting the Germans and anyone who collaborated with them, while hiding and sheltering others. By turns thrilling and poignant, this is his extraordinary memoir. Photos.
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