Silent refuge / Margrit Rosenberg Stenge.
"In the remote village of Rogne, Norway, eleven-year-old Margrit and her parents have finally found the safety that has eluded them since fleeing from Germany. But after war breaks out in Norway, they must hide in an even more secluded refuge - a rudimentary cabin in the mountains. The isolation offers relative security until the Nazis begin to deport the Jews of Oslo. The Rosenbergs then make a fateful decision to trust the Resistance and escape from Nazi-occupied Norway to neutral Sweden. Margrit moves to Canada after World War II and after surviving the Holocaust. She builds a life and a family in Montreal."-- Provided by publisher.
- The Azrieli series of Holocaust survivor memoirs. Series IX
- Toronto : Azrieli Foundation, 2017
- First edition
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