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This is the story of the bold and courageous Jewish partisans who fought the Germany Army in World War II.
The narrator of the story is Benny, a 13-year-old Jewish boy who becomes a partisan after his family escapes to the forests of the Ukraine to survive the atrocities of the Nazis.
Despite extreme hardship, Benny is blessed with a wry perspective, which helps him find a bit of humor in each of his dangerous missions. He is uncommonly bright. His quick thinking gets him out of life-threatening situations time after time.
This is the story of the Jewish partisans who fought their enemy and triumphed, to live and fight another day!
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Bracha Weisbarth was born in the Ukraine in 1938. When she was three years old, the German Army entered and occupied the region were she and her family lived.
To survived, her parents took the family to the forests of the Ukraine and then established a small partisan unit to fight the Nazis.
After liberation, her family lived for three years in a Displaced Persons camp before moving to Israel in 1948.
Bracha served in the Israel Army and received her college degree from The Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
Bracha lives today in Morristown, New Jersey. She is the director of Library Services at the Waldor Memorial Library.Review:
a finely honed portrayal of Jewish survival and partisan activity. Highly recommended for ages 12 and up. -- Jewish Book World, Spring 2004
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Book Description Mazo Publishers, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX9659046235
Book Description Mazo Publishers, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M9659046235