In 1942 Hannelore Wolff, a teenager at a boarding school for Jewish girls in Berlin, received news of her fatherís death, within weeks of his arrest and transfer to Buchenwald concentration camp. Not long after, Hannelore received another letter from her mother, who had been notified that ... Read review
Inevitably some of the subject matter is upsetting
"...dramatic impact for me as I wanted to know how Hannelore survived and whether her brothers and mother made it too. I wanted to know how Hannelore's name came to be on Oskar Schindler's list as one of the 1100 Jews he planned to rescue from the Nazi death camps and employ them in his factories at Brunnlitz. Surrounded by death, depravity and terrifying unpredictability in a world where survival had become largely a game of chance, Hannelore struggled ..."
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