Trust and Deceit: A Tale of Survival in Slovakia and Hungary, 1939-1945

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This autobiography describes the dramatic events in Slovakia and Hungary between 1939 and 1945 seen through the eyes of a Jewish child/teenager, Gerti. The rise of fascism in Slovakia destroyed the peaceful co-existence of the Jews with their Slovak neighbours and demoralized both groups. The threat of deportation of Jews from Slovakia to Auschwitz forced Gerti and her parents to flee to Hungary, where deportations of Jews to Auschwitz had not yet begun. There the family lived under an assumed identity. The dangers and ...

Trust and Deceit: A Tale of Survival in Slovakia and Hungary, 1939-1945 2006, Vallentine Mitchell, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780853036302

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