Hidden in broad daylight
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Describes the author's life in Kraków, Poland; her hiding inside and liquidation of the ghetto in Tarnów, Poland; her separation from family members; how she passed as a Gentile and found employment; her attempts to communicate with her sisters who were concentration camp inmates; her move to and war-time employment in Austria; the end of World War II; her meeting with members of the Jewish Brigade; and her illegal emigration to Palestine. The memoir also includes a poem about a young Jewish boy whose fate during the Holocaust is unknown and another describing the author's feelings for the Jews who died in the Holocaust.
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