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Your name is Renée : Ruth Kapp Hartz's story as a hidden child in Nazi-occupied France

Author: Stacy Cretzmeyer
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 1999.
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Tells the story of Ruth Kapp, a young Jewish girl in Nazi-occupied France in 1941, who, after being separated from her family, lived out the war hidden in a Catholic convent until being reunited with her parents in the final months of the conflict.
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives
Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cretzmeyer, Stacy.
Your name is Renée.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1999
(OCoLC)603879091
Named Person: Ruth Kapp Hartz
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stacy Cretzmeyer
ISBN: 0195132599 9780195132595 9780195154993 0195154991
OCLC Number: 40632046
Notes: Previously published: Brunswick, ME : Biddle, c1994.
Description: xxii, 214 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Escape : "The marshal is coming!" --
Waiting for papa --
Last train from Toulouse --
The raid at Uncle Oscar's --
In hiding : Arrest --
The town crier --
In the valats' cellar --
Interrogation --
A drive in the country --
The convent of Soreze --
The rabbi's prayer --
Liberation : Reunion at Arthes --
Paris.
Responsibility: Stacy Cretzmeyer.
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A compelling alternative to Anne Frank's world-famous diary, this moving, first-person account of the impact of war describes the chilling experiences of a young Jewish girl in a war-torn country,  Read more...

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"Well-turned book... Cretzmeyer weaves in historical background to situate young readers, and...provides an unusually complete and clear account of a supremely turbulent experience."--Publishers Read more...

 
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