If You Save One Life

If You Save One Life Point a finger said the American soldier at the one who made you look like a skeleton That sentence marks the end of a nightmare and a moment of moral clarity for Eva Brown who survived Auschwitz a

  • Title: If You Save One Life
  • Author: Eva Brown Tom Fields-Meyer
  • ISBN: 9780979358272
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Point a finger, said the American soldier, at the one who made you look like a skeleton.That sentence marks the end of a nightmare and a moment of moral clarity for Eva Brown, who survived Auschwitz and lost sixty members of her extended family in the Holocaust.Born into a close and loving Jewish home, Brown saw her idyllic childhood end at age 16, when Nazi troops invadedPoint a finger, said the American soldier, at the one who made you look like a skeleton.That sentence marks the end of a nightmare and a moment of moral clarity for Eva Brown, who survived Auschwitz and lost sixty members of her extended family in the Holocaust.Born into a close and loving Jewish home, Brown saw her idyllic childhood end at age 16, when Nazi troops invaded the small Hungarian town where her father was a rabbi In If You Save One Life, Brown vividly describes how she endured through faith, determination, and her sheer will to survive Her story will make you cry and sing.

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    • Doris Jean says:

      I appreciated reading her first-hand account of how she survived genocide. Many of her immediate family were murdered, only her, her father, two sisters and a brother survived. Her mother and four other siblings – sixty members of her family perished. The book is only 150 pages, but it must be impossibly difficult to re-live this kind of horror in order to write a book about it. I especially liked the photographs in the middle of the book.I think that she was more optimistic and much more forg [...]

    • Leslie Mojica says:

      This book was amazing! Eva went threw so much and survived and ended up having a wonderful family , she was a really strong woman <3 She went threw all that with the Nazis and the other Jews but at the end she made it (-: sadly 4 out of 9 of her family members died , Eva kept quiet for a couple years with her husband After everything happened and she was settled with her family. But she wrote and book and gave speeches. She opened up and I can assure you that many tears were poured out when s [...]

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