by Renate Frydman
This book is a heart-stopping journey told in first person, which describes unusual courage and uncanny luck. It is the true story of a young teenager who lost everyone and everything during the Holocaust. He fought to live on in spite of ghettos, fatal line-ups, enslavement in work camps and years of survival as a partisan in Polish forests.
From the cover: “His mother had to make a quick decision that no parent would ever want to make. Which of her children and the best chance to survive this calamity? Her son, Anschel, was the oldest and strongest. The two girls had to stay with her no matter what was coming.”
“This memoir is a tribute to Anschel’s indomitable spirit, emblematic of the Jews of Poland. It deserves the wildest possible audience.” – Professor Antony Polonsky
Hard cover, 6″ x 9″, full color interior with photographs, 108 pages.