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This is a story told from the heart of a Jewish survivor of the Holocaust

In Holocaust: A Jewish Survivor Testimony, you'll meet Regina, a Polish woman who lived through the Holocaust during World War II. She was only a young girl of 22 when she was captured by German soldiers, and the events of her life since then provide a picture of what it was like to experience the horror of the Holocaust first hand. You will find out about:

  • What is was like to run for your life
  • Living in the ghetto in Poland
  • Experiencing a concentration camp
  • Being an unwilling subject for medical experiments
  • How she survived in the death camp
  • The chance of life after the Holocaust

The Holocaust forever affected the Jewish community. It tore apart families and caused immense suffering and pain. In this book, you will find out about what it was like to experience torture every day, being part of a death march, living in a concentration camp, and being captured.

This book celebrates the memories of Regina, bringing to life the horrors of the Holocaust. This is so that there can be remembrance, and for the voices of the Jewish to be heard. It is also an account celebrating hope, and how this can change life.

©2015 Dan Myers (P)2016 Dan Myers

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if you are looking to get into reading Holocaust Memoirs, this would probably be a good start. But if you have already read quite a few and have heard a lot of the atrocities the Nazis committed in detail, this might not be the best book for you. It's very generalized and many parts are glossed over and it skips ahead carelessly. Some of the stuff in this book is very graphic which is expected with a memoir like this. the Nazis committed many many terrible atrocities, but it is very difficult to keep up with the story or picture of the story happening in your mind because of how much it skips around and skips over time lines. The performance from the narrator is subpar because it's very light-hearted and does not sound like a serious book when it's read.