"False Papers" is the astounding story of a Jewish family who survived the Holocaust by living in the open. By sheer chutzpah and bravado, Robert Melson's mother acquired the identity papers that would disguise herself, her husband, and her son for the duration of the war. Always operating under the theory that one needed to be seen in order not to be noticed, the Mendelsohns became not just ordinary Polish Catholics, but the Zamojskis, a Polish family of noble lineage. Armed with their new lives and their new pasts, the ...

False Papers: Deception and Survival in the Holocaust 2005, University of Illinois Press, Urbana, Ill

ISBN-13: 9780252072505

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False Papers: Deception and Survival in the Holocaust 2000, University of Illinois Press, Urbana-Champaign, IL

ISBN-13: 9780252025945

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