Kiss Every Step: A Survivor's Memoir from the Nazi Holocaust

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The German army swept into Poland on September 1, 1939, and four days later into Dora Szpringer's home town of Bendzin. To begin their reign of terror, the Nazis burned down Bendzin's beautiful synagogue with some 200 helpless Jews inside. Most Jewish families in Bendzin, and rest of Poland were completely wiped out by the Holocaust. The Szpringers were just an ordinary middle-class family, but through many incredible strokes of luck, or perhaps miracles, all seven of them survived. For an entire Jewish family in Poland to ...

Kiss Every Step: A Survivor's Memoir from the Nazi Holocaust 2009, Booksurge Publishing, Charleston, SC

ISBN-13: 9781439256060

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