from Berlin to Biere -- growing up in the Holocaust

By: Spring, Joseph

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Melbourne: Hybrid Publishers, 2009. 300 g; VIII, 170 pages, illustrated with one map and black-and-white photographs, as well as some woodcuts by W Peiser. Photographic illustrated softcover binding. The book is second-hand. It shows no damage. In his movie account of how a young boy born in Berlin managed to survive the horrors of the Holocaust, Joseph Spring it takes us through his debut of life as he fled from Germany to Belgium, hit in France on false papers, tried to cross the border into Spain and was then betrayed crossing the Swiss border and handed over to the Germans. With his life always threatens by hunger, a bullet or disease in Auschwitz, Joseph trained to be a world and live from one day to the next until his 18th birthday when he was forced to go on a death march. -- Rear panel blurb. 1st Edition. Softcover. Very Good/No Jacket as Issued. Illus. by Photographic. Trade Format Paperback. Biography -- Holocaust.

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