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The journal of a young Jewish woman struggling to survive the German invasion of Poland. Taken from the Ghetto in 1943, Ruth Altbeker Cyprys saved her own life, and that of her daughter, by jumping from a moving train bound for Treblinka.
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An account from the journals of Ruth Altbeker Cyprys, a Polish Jew, who, along with her daughter Eva, was rounded up by the Nazis and put on a train to a death camp in January 1943, telling how she and her daughter escaped from the train.
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Book Description Constable & Robinson, 1998. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0094784906