Jeder Tag war Jom Kippur : eine Kindheit im Ghetto und KZ (Book, 1995) [WorldCat.org]
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Jeder Tag war Jom Kippur : eine Kindheit im Ghetto und KZ

Author: Renata Yesner
Publisher: Frankfurt am Main : Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag, ©1995.
Series: Lebensbilder.; Geschichte Fischer.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : GermanView all editions and formats
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Memoirs of a Jew (b. 1932) from Kovno. She endured the annexation of Lithuania by the Soviet Union, and later the invasion of Hitler's troops. Her father was deported by the Nazis, and the rest of the family was interned in the ghetto. Thanks to the cleverness of her mother, who pretended that her daughter was older than she really was, they remained together; she escaped several selections, but had to do forced  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives
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Named Person: Renata Yesner; Renata Yesner; Renata Yesner
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Renata Yesner
ISBN: 359612770X 9783596127702
OCLC Number: 41181330
Description: 159 pages ; 19 cm
Series Title: Lebensbilder.; Geschichte Fischer.
Responsibility: Renata Yesner ; aus dem Englischen übersetzt und mit einem Nachwort versehen von Mona Körte.

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Memoirs of a Jew (b. 1932) from Kovno. She endured the annexation of Lithuania by the Soviet Union, and later the invasion of Hitler's troops. Her father was deported by the Nazis, and the rest of the family was interned in the ghetto. Thanks to the cleverness of her mother, who pretended that her daughter was older than she really was, they remained together; she escaped several selections, but had to do forced labor. When the ghetto was liquidated and its occupants were deported to Stutthof, her mother succeeded in declaring Renata as fit for work and protected her, once more, from certain death. They were liberated in February 1945; today she lives in Australia.

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