Klein's openness and warmth are reflected everywhere in her famous book, from the opening account of her family in prewar Poland to her three-year ...Show synopsisKlein's openness and warmth are reflected everywhere in her famous book, from the opening account of her family in prewar Poland to her three-year imprisonment in German work camps. On May 7, 1945, she was liberated by the U.S. Army and rescued by Lt. Kurt Klein, whom she married. Photos.Hide synopsis
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Ms. Klein tells her story in this easy to read, not easy to put down book. I felt like I was walking next to her all the way through the book. Yes, the subject matter is upsetting to say the least; however, she gives enough descriptives yet not too gruesome details. Nice ending under the circumstances!
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