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The secret diaries of a young Jewish woman who died in the Holocaust, is set for publication after 70 years of age, in the safe deposit box in a bank.
“Traditional” s Diary” was written by Traditional, Mirror, who has lived in Poland when Nazi Germany and Russia invaded the country in 1939. The mirror has been described as the “Polish Anne Frank,” as a result of her heart-rending account.
The Independent reports that, the Mirror started to write a diary in January of that year, when she was just 14-years-old. She was killed three years later by the German forces after they had discovered her hiding-place.
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The book has already been published in Polish, in English, is published this month by Penguin Books.
(Bellak Family Archive)
“When Russia and Germany decided to invade your country, Traditional of the world’s people. Separated from her mother, and her life takes on a new urgency when they’re on the run [in the Polish city of] Przemysl in order to escape the night of the bombing, notes that the reports of the other Jewish families, and, finally, to witness the creation of the ghetto,” explains Penguin, available on its website. “However, in addition to the horror of the war, there was also a great beauty, as she begins to find her voice as a writer, and falls in love for the first time.”
“She and the boy she’s in love, Video, sharing their first kiss a few hours before the time of the Nazis in her home town,” Bob adds. “And in the Video, who wrote the final, heart-rending entry in a Traditional” s diary.”
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Bob noted that the agenda has recently been rediscovered after 70 years of age.
“Traditional” s Diary” was recently rediscovered after 70 years of age, in the safe deposit box in a bank.
(Bellak Family Archive)
The 700-page diary was kept in the safe deposit box in a bank, the Mirror’s younger sister, and the New York Post reports. “I still find it hard to look at it,” her younger sister, Elizabeth Bellak, told the Post last year. “It’s very painful for me.”
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Earlier this year, an ambitious but controversial social media project, using Instagram to share the heartbreaking story of Eva Heyman, a 13-year-old victim of the Holocaust.
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