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Stolen years

Sara was only 11 when the Nazis invaded Poland. For the next six years, she fought to survive in the ghetto, at Auschwitz, and as a prisoner in a slave labor camp. Her true story of courage and hope in the face of horror is ultimately one of personal triumph.

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  • "Presents a personal account of the author's experiences as a young Jewish girl living in Poland at the beginning of its occupation by Nazi Germany in World War II."
  • "Sara was only 11 when the Nazis invaded Poland. For the next six years, she fought to survive in the ghetto, at Auschwitz, and as a prisoner in a slave labor camp. Her true story of courage and hope in the face of horror is ultimately one of personal triumph."@en

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

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  • "Stolen years"
  • "Stolen years"@en