Synopses & Reviews
For millions of children, living in Europe during World War II was a terrifying experience. Here, eight of those children share their true stories -- of living in the Warsaw Ghetto, of being sent to concentration camps, of being selected for "Germanization". Each story is different, but each represents the stories of millions of innocent victims of the Holocaust. B&W photos.
A book of biographies giving accounts of the experiences of eight children from different parts of occupied Europe during World War II, who were either forced to hide, to flee, to assume a new identity or were taken prisoner in a concentration camp.