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Dear God, have you ever gone hungry?

In a memorable scene in the film Schindler's List, viewers the world over witnessed the clandestine marriage of two Jews in the Plaszow concentration camp. Those two were Joseph and Rebecca Bau. At once a tale of horror and beauty, the book is one man's memoir of a miracle: the bloom of love in the depths of a Nazi concentration camp. Full of stories and drawings depicting, among other scenes, the bombing of Krakow, Bau's brother's daring exploits in the ghetto, the unspeakable brutality of the camps, the harsh last days at Schindler's factory, and the indelible flashbacks, this is the true story of number 247 on the men's section of Schindler's list. With artistic irony and elegance, Bau balances the grimness of events with the humor and resiliency that helped him, and his wife, survive and their love triumph against all odds. - Book's cover.

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  • "In a memorable scene in the film Schindler's List, viewers the world over witnessed the clandestine marriage of two Jews in the Plaszow concentration camp. Those two were Joseph and Rebecca Bau. At once a tale of horror and beauty, the book is one man's memoir of a miracle: the bloom of love in the depths of a Nazi concentration camp. Full of stories and drawings depicting, among other scenes, the bombing of Krakow, Bau's brother's daring exploits in the ghetto, the unspeakable brutality of the camps, the harsh last days at Schindler's factory, and the indelible flashbacks, this is the true story of number 247 on the men's section of Schindler's list. With artistic irony and elegance, Bau balances the grimness of events with the humor and resiliency that helped him, and his wife, survive and their love triumph against all odds. - Book's cover."@en
  • "The author, prisoner number 69084 in the Plaszow concentration camp, provides his personal account of the Holocaust, discussing his daily struggle to survive, his secret marriage in the camp, and his time as a worker for Oskar Schindler. Includes poems, anecdotes, and illustrations."

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  • "Personal narratives"@en
  • "Personal narratives"

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  • "Dear God, have you ever gone hungry?"@en
  • "Dear God, have you ever gone hungry? memoirs"@en
  • "Dear God, have you ever gone hungry? : memoirs"@en
  • "Dear God, have you ever gone hungry? : memoirs"