Allan Zullo’s “Survivors: True Stories of Children in the Holocaust”: Book review

“As the train went under overpasses, kindhearted Czechoslovakians would throw bread into the open boxcars. One time, Markus waved at a woman who had tossed several loaves into the boxcar. As she waved back, smiling, she was shot by a guard.”
“During Sally’s [1986 return visit to the cramped farmhouse attic where her family had hid for over 2 years, and where three members of the family had died] a youngster rode his bicycle by her group and shouted [a Nazi slogan]. The next day they found a swastika pained on the side of her old house.”

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