My Childhood in the Holocaust

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"My Childhood In The Holocaust" is Judith (Pinczovsky) Jaegermann's account of survival against the Nazi death machine. As a child, when she should have been playing with her dolls and teddy bears, she was fighting off death in the German concentration camps. From Theresienstadt to Auschwitz to Birkenau to Bergen-Belsen, she survived the genocide of 6,000,000 Jews that the world kept quiet about for so many years. For Judith Jaegermann, having spent most of her childhood in the German concentration camps, the trauma of her experience has been like a bomb inside her waiting to explode. Because Mrs. Jaegermann is one of the last surviving eyewitnesses to the Holocaust, she regards it as her duty to tell her story to today's youth. She lectures, telling about the atrocities committed by a deranged society so that something like the Holocaust should never happen again.

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Born in Karlsbad, Czechoslovakia on December 24, 1929, Judith Pinczovsky spent the first six years of her childhood without any fears of anti-semitism. Then the Germans invaded and her family fled to Prague. But there was no escape. Her family was imprisoned by the Nazis. By the time the war ended, Judith and her mother and sister survived the brutality of the German Nazis, but her father did not.

Judith made her way to Israel, where she married and made her new family.

Almost 60 years after the horror of the holocaust, Judith has written what happened to her and her family so that people should never forget the genocide perpetrated upon the Jewish people in World War II.

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