"The incredible years"
Describes the death of Ursula Korup's (b. 1935 in Germany) father, in 1938, due to mistreatment he had received in Sachsenhausen; her and her brother's separation from their mother; her experiences in the Children's Home in Eersel, Netherlands, which was run by Catholics; her baptism; the German occupation of the Netherlands; her hiding and capture; her and her brother's experiences in the concentration camps of Vught, Westerbork, and Bergen-Belsen; the death of their mother in Stutthof; their liberation and return to the Children's Home in Eersel; and their immigration to and experiences in the United States in 1947. Also included are photographs of Ursula and her brother, their schoolmates, and those that helped them.
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