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Book Title: Elli: Coming of Age in the Holocaust|
Date of issue: 1994
ISBN 13: 9780586062586
The author of the book: Livia E. Bitton-Jackson
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 2.75 MB
Read full description of the books Elli: Coming of Age in the Holocaust:From her small, sunny hometown between the beautiful Carpathian Mountains and the blue Danube River, Elli Friedmann was taken-at a time when most girls are growing up, having boyfriends and embarking upon the adventure of life-and thrown into the murderous hell of Hitler's Final Solution.
When Elli emerged from Auschwitz and Dachau just over a year later, she was fourteen. She looked like a sixty-year-old.
This account of horrifyingly brutal inhumanity-and dogged survival - is Elli's true story.
Read information about the authorLivia Bitton-Jackson is an author and a Holocaust survivor. She was 13 years old when she, her mother, father, aunt and brother Bubi, were taken to Ghetto Nagymagyar. Eventually, they were transported to Auschwitz, the largest German concentration camp, where her brother and aunt were separated from Livia and her mother. Her aunt perished but her brother survived. She, her mother and brother were liberated in 1945. Bitton-Jackson came to the U.S. on a refugee boat in 1951 to join Bubi, who was studying in New York. She then studied at New York University, from which she received a Ph.D. in Hebrew Culture and Jewish History. She also wrote her 1997 memoir I Have Lived a Thousand Years. (From Wikipedia)
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