Isabella: From Auschwitz to Freedom

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Isabella: From Auschwitz to Freedom

Isabella From Auschwitz to Freedom Gathering two classic memoirs of the Holocaust Fragments of Isabella and Saving the Fragments a testament to love and survival traces the epic struggle of Isabella Katz Leitner after she and her fam

  • Title: Isabella: From Auschwitz to Freedom
  • Author: Isabella Leitner Irving A. Leitner
  • ISBN: 9780738854830
  • Page: 388
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gathering two classic memoirs of the Holocaust, Fragments of Isabella and Saving the Fragments, a testament to love and survival traces the epic struggle of Isabella Katz Leitner after she and her family are deported to Auschwitz Reissue.

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    1. Angela on said:

      This physical book contained "Fragents of Isabella" as well. Went to the second half to complete her journey. Such a revolting time in history.

    2. Jennifer on said:

      In this book, it is about: A girl named Isabella and her family. They are Jews and are sent to concentration camps. Her father was in America because he was supposed to help them get there as well. He was their only chance but sadly, he was too late. She loses her mother and her younger sister before she gets to the camp because they were not "fit" to go to those camps. She and her three sisters: Chicha, Cici and Regina. She talks about the torture from the camp, and how she was liberated. She r [...]

    3. Kristin on said:

      I wanted to like this more, but the last fourth of the memoir, coupled with the epilogue and afterword, made me lose some Interest. Maybe there wasn't enough going on?This book is actually two of Isabella Leitner's memoirs combined into one book, I think if I had read just Fragments of Isabella: A Memoir of Auschwitz, I would have given it four stars.

    4. David on said:

      I first read a memoir by Isabella Leitner when I was 9 years-old called The Big Lie. This more mature approach to her experiences as a Holocaust survivor has better enriched my understanding of her life, and the post-WW2 struggles she endured trying to rid herself of her death camp conditioning.In a way, it helped me to better understand my grandmother, a concentration camp survivor. Leitner poetically articulates her feelings and fears following her liberation, many of which lasted decades late [...]

    5. Bruce on said:

      This memoir is a series of easily read vignettes written by a survivor of the Holocaust. It is a story of a group of sisters surviving the inhumanity of European anti-Semitism whose apex was the NAZI attempt at genocide.

    6. Rebecca Lynn on said:

      I loved this book and it is also a quick read. I am fascinated with the holocaust (more of how could someone do this people) and I love reading about people who have survived.

    7. Sue on said:

      Hungarian teen 9 months captive in camps and howir felt, her family. Easy read and helpful.

    8. Ann-Marie on said:

      Isabella was a touching true tale of survival. It sucked me right in and I couldn't quit reading

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