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In 1944, 13-year-old Fritz Tubach was once nearly the right age to hitch the Hitler formative years in his German village of Kleinheubach. that very same yr in Tab, Hungary, 12-year-old Bernie Rosner was once loaded onto a teach with the remainder of the village's Jewish population and brought to Auschwitz, the place his complete kin was once murdered. decades later, after having fun with profitable lives in California, they met, turned pals, and determined to Read more...

summary: In 1944, 13-year-old Fritz Tubach used to be nearly sufficiently old to affix the Hitler formative years in his German village of Kleinheubach. that very same 12 months in Tab, Hungary, 12-year-old Bernie Rosner was once loaded onto a educate with the remainder of the village's Jewish population and brought to Auschwitz, the place his complete kinfolk was once murdered. a long time later, after having fun with winning lives in California, they met, grew to become associates, and determined to proportion their intimate story--that of 2 boys trapped in evil and damaging instances, who turned males with the liberty to build their very own destiny, with one another and the area. In a

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Horrified, I was watching him from behind the shed. An officer came in. I heard him saying to his cutthroats: “Finish him, boys…” I couldn’t take it any longer and ran home. My father was a very religious man. I was afraid they would torment him like they did the old rebe. This was exactly what was going to happen. Next morning they stormed into our shack and started to beat my father. He lifted his arms and exclaimed in Hebrew: “ Almighty! Hear me! Spare me the suffering! ” Shedding tears, he was whispering a prayer asking God for help.

Our mere existence today is wondrous, plucked from the fire at the last moment again and again and again, with no natural explanation that will suffice. Each of us alive today is a child of martyrs and miracles. The Rebbe Part I I. A DASH INTO THE UNKNOWN The night was pitch black. Many of us in our huge dugout weren’t asleep – we were waiting for the right moment to dash into the unknown, towards freedom. ” and Volodya Kuklia thrust his hands through the bars and felt for the keyhole in the padlock.

So they offered barter. One of them was so generous as to offer me a heifer for my bike. ” kept convincing me a big mustachioed guy, anxious to get my bike. ” Ivan Priyatel was laughing heartily but didn’t accept any offers. While we were bargaining this way, it became too late to go back to the city. The curfew hour could start while we were still on the road. What to do? Where to go? We had no choice but to look for a place to stay overnight. Whichever door we knocked on – no one would let us in -- they would say: “Go to the village headman.

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