Hilde Huppert’s Hand in Hand with Tommy is one of the earliest factual accounts of the Holocaust, written in autumn 1945. Huppert describes with piercing objectivity her harrowing experiences as a mother with her little son in prison, in the Rzeszow Ghetto, and in the concentration camp Bergen-Belsen.
Twenty editions of the book have been published, in German, Czech, Dutch, Hebrew, and Arabic. The reader response has been one of universal acclaim.
A Toast for Bertha, by Shmuel Tommy Huppert, Hilde Huppert’s son, is a semi-fictional novella that recounts the conflicting emotions of his return to his hometown in Czechoslovakia some fifty years after the war. It is a story that is both heart-rending and honest, told with sensitive maturity and subtle humor. A Toast for Bertha has been published in Hebrew and German
"Hand in Hand with Tommy is a personal touching document. I read it and a shudder went through me." -- Elie Wiesel
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