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Hardcover Winter in the Morning: A Young Girl's Life in the Warsaw Ghetto and Beyond, 1939-1945 Book

ISBN: 0029025303

ISBN13: 9780029025307

Winter in the Morning: A Young Girl's Life in the Warsaw Ghetto and Beyond, 1939-1945

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'Absorbing . . . testaments such as Janina Bauman's are important and should never be allowed to fade away. The drama of Anne Frank is rightly always before us but the equally vital stories of those... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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Winter in the Morning:A Young Girl's Life in a Warsaw Ghetto

This book was intriguing. After forty years, the author, Janina Bauman, is ready to tell her story of her life and experiences in the Warsaw Ghetto during the Holocaust. The story begins telling what a good life Bauman has with her father as a doctor and a loving close Jewish family. Then as the story goes on the war begins and their town is transformed into a Jewish ghetto. They are forced slowly to move from place to place, within the ghetto, each one worse than the other. With her remaining family she escapes the ghetto only to find more problems along the way to freedom, but in the end everything works out. This book gives in excellent detail, Bauman's experiences of friendship, love, death, poverty, adventure, and family problems. Many of her personal diary entries are included also showing exactly how she was feeling. The story is full of adventure and feeling and it was a joy to read.

Winter in the Morning

THis book is one of the best I've ever read. It is clearly written and keeps you turning pages. The book chronicals the adventures of a teenage girl during the Holocaust years. It is not a depressing read, rather it is very inspiring and exciting. I highly recommend it.

Winter in the Morning

Winter in the Morning is a captivating book. Once I started reading it, I couldn't put it down. It gives a very detailed account of a young girl's life during the Holocaust. It shows how this wealthy Jewish girl becomes stricken with poverty, alienated from her friends, and was sent to another school. It gives accounts of all the "safe houses," which were the houses that took Jews and hid them. It also showed how they lived in the ghetto with many other Jews, fighting disease, lice, and finding food that was scarce. This book was very inspiring, as well as well written. It gives an insider's version of the Holocaust and war and is very interesting, factual, and moving. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in what really went on in the Holocaust.
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