For many years the brown leather suitcase lay under the house, hidden from the family and full of secrets. When it was finally opened it proved to be filled with letters and documents all in Polish.
Once translated the Siegel family finally knew the fate of their Polish relatives. This is a story of love, loyalty and heroism; of those who died, the ones who tried to save them and the one man who could have made a difference.
Writing this book has been a long and difficult journey. I feel privileged that, of all the millions of anonymous victims of Hitler, I have been able to get to know and cherish this one family. By remembering them I can honour all those who will forever remain anonymous.
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Our children are only lent to us for a short time. What we dream for them today will determine who they are tomorrow.
In this gift book you will find many of the dreams you have for your own special child.
Beautifully illustrated with photographs that could have come out of your very own album, this is a book to treasure.
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In July 1933 Alice and Emile Pothron leave New York for a six-week vacation in France, the land of their birth. It will be four years before they see America again.
This is the true story of what one family had to endure when Germany invaded France in May 1940.
A stunning, gritty biography of hardship, endurance and courage under Nazi occupation, it is the story of a woman whose love for her child gave her the strength to survive and, finally, to escape the hell-hole of occupied Europe.
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