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During the Holocaust, 17-year-old Freddie Knoller escaped to France, was interned, escaped again, and made his way to Paris where he spent two years living on commissions from guiding German Soldiers to night clubs and brothels. Arrested by the Gestapo, Freddie fled and joined the Resistance, but was soon caught and deported to Auschwitz. Freddie survived the camp and the infamous death march through the resources of luck, friendship, and optimism. After a period in Dora Nordhausen, where he was forced to witness the hideous executions of other slave laborers, he was finally liberated from Belsen-Bergen by the British on April 15th, 1945. This book tells his story, in all its harrowing and haunting detail.
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Freddie Knoller now lives in England with his wife and children. After many years of suffering nightmares his children asked him to tell him about his life during the war and the camps he had been in. He starting talking and hasn't stopped since. He embarks on talks throughout the country, especially to schools to speak to teach and to make sure that it can never happen again. He have been involved in many Holocaust memorial projects and you can see and hear his story at the Imperial War Museums permanent Holocaust exhibition. John Landaw was educated at Mill Hill School and Oxford University where he did an English Degree. He practised at the Bar until 1999 and then changed careers to become a psychotherapist. This is his first collaboration in a book. He is a keen amateur violinist and enjoys fine wine and is currently working on collection of short stories.
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Book Description John Blake, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111843580284
Book Description John Blake, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1843580284