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Mordechai "Mottele" Shlayan left his childhood behinf when his family was brutally murdered by German Soldiers. At twleve, he joined the Jewish partisan fighters.
  Folkshul | Jan 15, 2011 |
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This true-life, well-researched story tells of Ukrainian-born Mottele-Mordechai Shlayanwho at age 12 left his childhood behind when his family was murdered by German soldiers. The young violinist joined the Jewish partisansresistance fighterswho did fight back, who did not go like lambs to their slaughter. Without a gun, he went on dangerous missions for the partisans to take revenge on their enemies. "The author provides a raw authenticity along with a sad and moving story." Publishers Weekly

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