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Mark it with a Stone

by Joseph Horn

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3022 Mark It With a Stone, by Joseph Horn (read 12 Oct 1997) The author was twelve when the Nazis invaded Poland. He tells of his time till he was liberated April 15, 1945. It is an appalling story, and incredible as Holocaust stories often are. This was an absorbing book, but strictly a personal account and it is not history except of the author. ( )
  Schmerguls | Dec 26, 2007 |
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What happened to the people Schindler was unable to save? Although every other member of his family perished, Joseph Horn stayed alive, through slave-labor factories & concentration camps including Auschwitz & Bergen-Belsen. This is an absorbing story. He stayed alive while his family perished, working as a slave laborer, and surviving torture at Auchwitz and Bergen-Belsen.… (more)

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