A part of me / Bronia Jablon ; translated by Lucy Sheer.
"Memoir of a Holocaust survivor who immigrated to Canada after the war. She survived in Poland by hiding with her young daughter in the cellar of blacksmith's shop. She lived in Ukraine after the war, immigrated to Poland, then to Israel, and then to Canada. Her daughter who survived with her is the translator of the book: Separated from her family, Bronia and her three-year-old daughter, Lucy, wonder how they will survive each day. It is 1942, the height of Nazi persecution in Poland, and Bronia's friends and neighbours are either collaborating with the Nazis or too terrified for their own lives to offer assistance. When they finally find help, a cold, dark cellar becomes both their haven and prison. A Part of Me is the harrowing story of how a mother and daughter make it through the war, one pivotal decision at a time."-- Provided by publisher.
- Azrieli series of Holocaust survivor memoirs. Series X
Azrieli series of Holocaust survivor memoirs.
- Toronto : Azrieli Foundation, 2018
- First edition
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