UNDERGROUND IN BERLIN: A Young Woman's Extraordinary Tale of Survival in the Heart of Nazi Germany
In 1942, Marie Jalowicz, a 20-year-old Jewish Berliner, resolved to do anything in her power to avoid the concentration camps. She removed her yellow star and took on an assumed identity. In the years that followed, she took shelter wherever it was offered, living with some strange bedfellows, and learning that compassion and cruelty are often two sides of the same coin. Photos.
Publisher: Back Bay Books
Item #: 6776116
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