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A Survival Story from the Holocaust – The Story of a Jewish Survivor 3rd Edition Special Bonus eBook Inside This is a story told from the heart of a Jewish Survivor of the Holocaust In Holocaust – A Jewish Survivor Testimony, you’ll meet Regina, a Polish woman who lived through the Holocaust during World War 2. She was only a young girl of 22 at the time that she was A Survival Story from the Holocaust – The Story of a Jewish Survivor 3rd Edition Special Bonus eBook Inside This is a story told from the heart of a Jewish Survivor of the Holocaust In Holocaust – A Jewish Survivor Testimony, you’ll meet Regina, a Polish woman who lived through the Holocaust during World War 2. She was only a young girl of 22 at the time that she was captured by German soldiers, and the events of her life since then, provide a picture of what it was like to experience the horror of the Holocaust first hand. You will find out about: - • What is was like to Run for your Life • Living in the Ghetto in Poland • Experiencing a Concentration Camp • Being an unwilling subject for Medical Experiments • How she Survived in the Death Camp • The Chance of Life after the Holocaust The Holocaust forever affected the Jewish community. It tore apart families and caused immense suffering and pain. In this book, you will find out about what it was like to experience torture every day, being part of a death march, living in a concentration camp and being captured. Read this book for FREE on Kindle Unlimited - Download NOW This book celebrates the memories of Regina, bringing to life the horrors of the holocaust. This is so that there can be remembrance, and for the voices of the Jewish to be heard. It is also an account celebrating hope, and how this can change life. Just scroll to the top of the page and select the Buy Button. Download Your Copy TODAY


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A Survival Story from the Holocaust – The Story of a Jewish Survivor 3rd Edition Special Bonus eBook Inside This is a story told from the heart of a Jewish Survivor of the Holocaust In Holocaust – A Jewish Survivor Testimony, you’ll meet Regina, a Polish woman who lived through the Holocaust during World War 2. She was only a young girl of 22 at the time that she was A Survival Story from the Holocaust – The Story of a Jewish Survivor 3rd Edition Special Bonus eBook Inside This is a story told from the heart of a Jewish Survivor of the Holocaust In Holocaust – A Jewish Survivor Testimony, you’ll meet Regina, a Polish woman who lived through the Holocaust during World War 2. She was only a young girl of 22 at the time that she was captured by German soldiers, and the events of her life since then, provide a picture of what it was like to experience the horror of the Holocaust first hand. You will find out about: - • What is was like to Run for your Life • Living in the Ghetto in Poland • Experiencing a Concentration Camp • Being an unwilling subject for Medical Experiments • How she Survived in the Death Camp • The Chance of Life after the Holocaust The Holocaust forever affected the Jewish community. It tore apart families and caused immense suffering and pain. In this book, you will find out about what it was like to experience torture every day, being part of a death march, living in a concentration camp and being captured. Read this book for FREE on Kindle Unlimited - Download NOW This book celebrates the memories of Regina, bringing to life the horrors of the holocaust. This is so that there can be remembrance, and for the voices of the Jewish to be heard. It is also an account celebrating hope, and how this can change life. Just scroll to the top of the page and select the Buy Button. Download Your Copy TODAY

30 review for Holocaust: A Jewish Survivor Testimony: The Truth of What Happened in Germany of World War 2 - 3rd Edition (WW2, World War 2)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bela Dedhia

    This book recounts the personal account of a holocaust survivor. It was so tragic that at times I was literally in tears. Cannot even imagine the pain people must have gone through. Reading something like this makes you want to question humanity! .. and pray that nothing like this ever happens to anyone again.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Brian Bigelow

    This book just about had me crying. What the individual had gone through was terrible. I really felt like I was there and honestly it was quite disturbing. Really quite chilling.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Ann

    This is not a book for the feint hearted. The author relates her personal experience as a young 22 year old Jewish girl growing up in Poland. She communicates the heartache of suddenly being torn from family and community to live a life of fear and uncertainty. Trapped between the German and Soviet forces, the family fees struggling to remain together. Once captured, the men and women are quickly separated. Regina and her mother are torn from her father and male siblings. They are moved from the This is not a book for the feint hearted. The author relates her personal experience as a young 22 year old Jewish girl growing up in Poland. She communicates the heartache of suddenly being torn from family and community to live a life of fear and uncertainty. Trapped between the German and Soviet forces, the family fees struggling to remain together. Once captured, the men and women are quickly separated. Regina and her mother are torn from her father and male siblings. They are moved from the ghetto to Auschwitz where Regina loses her mother and befriends Elka. Regina describes in graphic detail the physical, mental and emotional atrocities of prison life. Then she is marched to Majdanek, where she remains close to death until "liberated." Two thirds of the Jewish population as well as many whom the Nazis viewed as undesirables would be wiped out during World War II. This book is recommended for young adult and adult audiences who are prepared to read about one of the darkest events in history.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    The book needs more editing. There are several spelling mistakes. Even though it wasn't professionally written, it was very honest. A straight forward, blunt, honest account of everything that happened to this one young woman. Even though I had read that death camps and concentration camps existed, and even some general idea of what happened there, it was nothing like this. To hear it from someone who was actually there, and the details of how it felt, it's completely different. Even though I kn The book needs more editing. There are several spelling mistakes. Even though it wasn't professionally written, it was very honest. A straight forward, blunt, honest account of everything that happened to this one young woman. Even though I had read that death camps and concentration camps existed, and even some general idea of what happened there, it was nothing like this. To hear it from someone who was actually there, and the details of how it felt, it's completely different. Even though I knew that she survived (otherwise, she wouldn't have been able to write her story), I still cried when she told about her rescue. And even though we all assume and think that everyone who were rescued survived and were able to live their lives, that's not true. They had to fight to recover from their torture, both physically and mentally. No matter how much I read about WWII, I still can't imagine how people survived and endured it. This story, in its simplicity, was very powerful. Thank you, Regina, for sharing your story.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    I got this free through Kindle and I am glad I downloaded it. This follows Regina as her family tries to escape the looming Nazi threat in Poland, but are ultimately captured and she is sent to Auschwitz. It's written as if she is just telling her story and it has been put straight into print. So it's not very polished. It reads like she is just telling you her story. I did not mind that considering the nature of the book. It makes it more personal. The horrors she has endured are disturbing and I got this free through Kindle and I am glad I downloaded it. This follows Regina as her family tries to escape the looming Nazi threat in Poland, but are ultimately captured and she is sent to Auschwitz. It's written as if she is just telling her story and it has been put straight into print. So it's not very polished. It reads like she is just telling you her story. I did not mind that considering the nature of the book. It makes it more personal. The horrors she has endured are disturbing and heartbreaking, and I know that her story is just one of millions. I am not sure if there is an actual rise in numbers of those that deny the holocaust and its devastation, or if the internet just gives them a louder voice. It seems like I am hearing that idiocy more and more. That is why stories like hers, and all the others are important. As she states in the book, she is an eye witness to the atrocities that the Jews and others suffered under Hitler's reign. Her story stands as another testimony against that regime and those that try to rewrite history. There is another shorter story at the end. It is that of a man who was a young German boy during the rise of Hitler. That story was a bit more disjointed, but you could tell that he genuinely feels remorse for he inaction of his people while others were being tortured and killed. It seems like he is trying to explain why the German people let this happen in their back yards, but he takes responsibility for their purposeful ignorance. It is an interesting view from a citizen of a nation that was swept away by Hitler's cunning propaganda.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Dawn Walker

    Brave brave lady I cried my way through this book. I admire the fact that this brave brave lady found the strength to go on especially when everyone she loved was no where to be found

  7. 5 out of 5

    Gemma Sarah

    I have read a few books about Holocaust survivors, but this was probably one of the most harrowing. I ignored the spelling mistakes & minor errors because the pain that came through the narration of this book overtook everything.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Heinritz

    Never Forget This book was written very well. The horror of WWII is told by a young woman and what happened to her family. I recommend this book to all so we as people will Never Forget.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    First hand Jewish survivor testimony was inspiring. Didn't like the German point of view. In a way it read as though he was still trying to claim ignorance First hand Jewish survivor testimony was inspiring. Didn't like the German point of view. In a way it read as though he was still trying to claim ignorance

  10. 5 out of 5

    Phyllis Stinson

    Heart Breaking Each time I read about the Jews and camps it breaks my heart! Each time I learn something new. This was eye opening!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ann237

    A short story, guaranteed too stick with you for a lifetime.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ris

    A quick, informative read, with a unique perspective on the Holocaust. This woman went through horrors and survived. (The end has a story from a German young man that doesn't add anything to the book, imo) A quick, informative read, with a unique perspective on the Holocaust. This woman went through horrors and survived. (The end has a story from a German young man that doesn't add anything to the book, imo)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    ANOTHER account of a Jewish life in Germany during Nazism Unfortunately, this account has not been proof read. I find it distracting, and wonder why. A sad tale of a young lady's survival, first in a ghetto and then a concentration camp. Also an account of a young German. ANOTHER account of a Jewish life in Germany during Nazism Unfortunately, this account has not been proof read. I find it distracting, and wonder why. A sad tale of a young lady's survival, first in a ghetto and then a concentration camp. Also an account of a young German.

  14. 5 out of 5

    colleen mansfield-chiong

    Is a good read Its a good read, even moving. The subject matter is, of course, horrifying, but informative. I was surprised by the addition. In the end, a whole new perspective.

  15. 4 out of 5

    caroljordan

    The horror of Holocaust This is the most horrific story I have ever read. As an American I also feel shame that I live in a world that would allow this. May God forgive us all.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Dreiling

  17. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Andrews

  18. 5 out of 5

    Alan I. Moses

  19. 5 out of 5

    Amrita Palande

  20. 5 out of 5

    kaye camilleri

  21. 4 out of 5

    Dale Webster

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jolene

  23. 4 out of 5

    Claire Hattendorf

  24. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Duckett

  25. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey Champion

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cathie Harris

  27. 5 out of 5

    Linda

  28. 4 out of 5

    Dr Sudhir P Deshpande

  29. 5 out of 5

    stuart hickley

  30. 5 out of 5

    trish wyatt

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