Publisher: Memoirs Publishing
Binding: Trade Paper
Size: 11.81" wide x 55.12" long x 82.68" tall
'Unshed Tears', written soon after the war, relates the experiences of Edith Hofmann being deported to a ghetto and then to Auschwitz and Bergen Belsen. It has only very recently been published. Although it has been written as a novel, it details events, which were all too tragically true. In the summer of 1944, with the Russians advancing, the whole Ghetto population of Lodz including Edith Hofmann were herded into cattle trucks and sent to Auschwitz. She was aged only 17 and one of the lucky ones. For the majority it was their final journey. A small group of people were selected for work. So, with her hair shaved off and deprived of all her possessions, she travelled to Kristianstadt, a More...
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