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Through my grandfather's eyes

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The author was born in 1920 in Bodsanov, a small town near Warsaw Poland, and describes in great detail the social and economic life during the 2nd World War in Europe and Central Asia. He writes about the German occupation that brought a curfew and forced labor. Fleeing across the border to Russia resulted in being put on a train to Northern Siberia and working in a labor camp (Gulag) on very little food. He then took a boat trip west on the Vela Morski canal towards the Caspian Sea with many stops and adventures along the way including having a love affair with a Georgian girl. Because of German army advances, Polish Jews were told to leave. Fleeing once again, he traveled to Siberia to work on rail lines that had been bombed. Then he volunteered for the Polish army and was put into a "sanitary batallion" which brought him deep into Germany. Upon being released from the army, he returned home to search for survivors. He eventually married and immigrated to Canada... More > via Israel.< Less
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Product Details

Publisher
Leah Zylbering
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
112
File Format
PDF
File Size
444.46 KB

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Printable? Yes
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