Synopses & Reviews
"A chilling and heartbreaking drama from out of the past . . . Dramatic, ghastly, and all too real, this book fills a need for first-hand information about this blot on the human race and serves as a reminder of the dangers of totalitarianism." VOYA (Voice of Youth Advocates)
A series of personal stories from some of the non-Jews, including gypsies, political and religious activists, the physically challenged, and other "undesirables," who were persecuted but escaped the fate of the five million Gentiles murdered by the Nazis.