Maria Zacharczuk-Gruenwald : The true story of a young non-Jewish girl's dreams shattered by the Nazi regime
In this book I hope to make it clear and concise about the historical accuracy of some portions of the Holocaust. With the true information provided from Maria Zacharczuk-Gruenwalds lifechanging experience during her internment during the Second World War. Until now the information that was available was incorrectly presented in several publications. Also limited information exists about women prisoners at Ebensee and many other concentration camps. There are many reason, but the obvious ones are that all personal items and property were destroyed or taken from these helpless victims of a terrible time in human history. It is my personal hope that this book helps to prevent such hatred and prejudice among all races and religions. This book spells out the emotional hardships and losses we all endured so that future generations dont repeat the same mistakes again. This book will also remind us of our older generation and the sacrifices they undertook and we must never forget their courage and heroism.
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Writers Club Press
February 26, 2001
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