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The Bleeding Sky (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Louis Brandsdorfer

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These are my mother's recollections of the Shoah (Holocaust). Growing up Jewish in a small Polish town near the German border, my mother and one sister were all that survived from among her parents, 4 sisters, 2 brothers, husband and young daughter. Persecuted and hunted by the Germans. Hiding with friendly Poles. Imprisoned in the Warsaw ghetto, labor camps and Auschwitz. This is the story of how many of them died and how my mother struggled to survive.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 700 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 134 Seiten
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  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B0032JSJYK
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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Amazon.com: 4.3 von 5 Sternen  36 Rezensionen
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Four and a Half Stars 25. Dezember 2010
Von Mary E. Young - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
Mala grew up in a small Polish town near the German border. When the German's invaded, her husband was sent to a work camp and Mala and her daughter went into hiding with sympathetic Poles. Scared, the Poles were only able to hide her for a short period of time before sending her away. Ultimately, she grew tired of hiding and ended up in the Jewish ghetto. Despite her efforts, her daughter was separated from her, and sent to die in the gas chambers. When the ghetto was liquidated she ended up in a multitude of work camps, where she used her wits to trade for much needed food and necessities.

This is a story of courage and determination. Although most of her family perished during the war, Mala is above all a survivor. Well written, the reader's hearts aches for Mala as she suffers and struggles. Overall I found this book to be a page-turner, and would recommend it to anyone interested in the holocaust.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen "The bleeding sky" 18. April 2011
Von Eleanor (Skippy) Roosevelt - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
This book is a must read! I've read numerous books on the holocaust and continue to be amazed at the personal experiences,not only of Mala and her family, but of others with whom she shared almost four indescribably horrific years, and yet, survived to tell the world of the Nazi monsters who tortued human beings in such insanely actions. The plight of these poor people, what they had to do to survive, how they survived, how they at times fought with each other just for a crust of bread, sometimes to the point of cannibalism - is almost unbelieveable; but, it did happen. It is incomprehensible to believe that the Nazis treated other human beings with such brutality. Most assuredly information on the holocaust must continue to be written, and continue to be presented to the world to serve not only for historical preservation, but to insure it NEVER happens again - ever. It should be mandatory to at least introduce today's students to this historical era. I highly recommend this book without reservation. E. A. Slanga
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Amazing story 13. Mai 2011
Von Skbar920 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
THis women journey during the worst time in the world is amazing. This was one of the best Holocaust survior books i have read. This is a must read !!!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Moving 12. Juni 2011
Von PrimoReads - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
The main character is Mala, a young Jewish woman living in Poland. Mala's entire family (her parents and 6 bothers and sisters and their spouses) lived in nearby towns. Mala was married and had a young child at the start of the war. Flash forward to the end of the war and Mala's family then consisted of one sister - everyone else was killed. That fact alone is difficult to grasp, especially now, so many years after the war. Combine that with the hardships Mala endured during the war and the picture is nearly unimaginable.

At the start of the war, Mala and her daughter were separated from the rest of their family. They hid in various towns throughout Poland, sometimes staying one night in a barn, other times their stays were weeks in someone's attic. Eventually they ended up in the Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw, where Mala had a "job" (forced labor) retrieving items of value from Jews as they were brought into the Ghetto. Her young daughter lived in a children's home in the Ghetto since Mala spent the days working and couldn't look after her. One day the Nazis took away all the children in the home. Mala never saw her daughter again. After the war, she discovered that a transport (cattle car) took all of the children from the home straight to a gas chamber.

When the Nazis removed all the Jews from the Ghetto, Mala was shipped to a concentration camp. From that point onward, she was moved often, from one camp to another. (I was surprised how many times the Nazis moved her from camp to camp.) Her longest stretch was at Auschwitz. Since she was young and healthy, Mala was chosen for forced labor - this is how she managed to survive. At one camp she found two of her sisters, though both were ill and were sent to the gas chamber soon after she found them. At each camp, she would ask other prisoners about her husband, her siblings, her parents, hoping someone would have news. She was able to learn some detail about their fates, though the information was hardly reliable. At one camp, someone came up to her and called her by her sister's name. Mala and this particular sister looked alike and had, throughout their lives, been mistaken for one another. As it turns out, that sister was her only living relative by the end of the war.

This is a sobering story of survival. As with each WWII story that I've read, while reading it wasn't easy, I'm thankful that the story was shared. Acts of such unspeakable cruelty should not be forgotten or ignored. And as mentioned in the introduction, it's important that these stories not die with Holocaust survivors.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Loved it 2. Mai 2011
Von Bill - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Louis Brandsdorfer's book The Bleeding Sky is an amazing historical account of his mother's survival of the Holocaust. From a small town in Poland to the Warsaw Ghetto, into a concentration camp and beyond, her real-life journey is both a somber story of loss and fascinating reminder of a terrible time in human history. I would strongly recommend anyone interested in the Holocaust, Polish history, WW2 or Jewish history, read this book.
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