Nazism A Holocaust Survivor was based on a true story.
InBlima was in her early twenties, worked at a bakery, and lived with her parents as well as her seven siblings. It seemed to horrible to be real.
Blima was walking home from work, when a couple of Nazi solders grabbed her, put her in a truck, and sent her to a labor camp.
At the labor camp, Blima was working for a German woman named Gizella.
Blima credits Gizella with saving her life. After the war, Blima was able to find two of her brothers; unfortunately, the rest of her family had been killed. A few years later, Blima married Chiel.
He had survived the Lodz ghetto and labor camps. They immigrated to the United States and lived in Brooklyn, where they raised a son and daughter. Both Blima and Chiel have passed away, but thanks to their daughter their story of surviving the holocaust will continue to be a part of this world.
I think it is important to read the accounts of holocaust survivors. It helps us remember, these were real people, living lives much like us, raising children, going to work or school.
Their lives were destroyed, not because they were evil or did anything wrong. Their lives were destroyed, because they were Jewish. They were a little different."The Story of Blima" is a very slim book, weighing in at pages. But the subject matter is heavy, and while you'll likely read the book quickly, Blima and her story will stay in your mind for a while.
The book takes place between the years of and and covers /5. In , Blima Weisstuch was a young Jewish woman going about her life in a city in Poland. She paid no heed to the stories about a man named Adolf Hitler, his Nazi Party, and their plan for a world that did not include srmvision.com: $ Holocaust (Blima's Story) Shirley Russak Wachtel is an educator, novelist and author Her work has been recommended by the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education She is a professor of English at Middlesex County College, is a mother of three sons and resides with her husband Arthur in New Jersey.
In , Blima Weisstuch was a young Jewish woman going about her life in a city in Poland.
She paid no heed to the stories about a man named Adolf Hitler, his Nazi Party, and their plan for a world that did not include Jews. Start studying The Story of Blima Chapter Part 1.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Justice Henry Reading 10/19/ The Story Of Blima [pic] A Holocaust Survivor was based on a true story.
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