Kuchler-Silberman, a jew in Poland, describes how she miraculously managed to pass as a Catholic, avoided romantic notice as well as that of the Gestapo, and worked first on a farm and then in the city as a governess to two girls. After the war, in Cracow, she became the "mother" of some 100 emotionally and physically deprived children with whom she made the exodus from Poland to France and finally to Israel. A true account. In very good condition with only light wear to the edges an a closed tear to the bottom, back of the dust jacket. Not clipped, unmarked. Size: 5¾ x 8¾" 0.0. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: One Hundred Children
Publication Date: 1961
Book Condition: Very good
Edition: First edition...
Book Description Doubleday, 1961. Hardback & DJ. Book Condition: good. 287 pp. library number on dj and slight librarystamp on fep scotch tape residue on ffree endpapers Polish Jewish woman who after the War rescued 100 orphans and despite tremendous adversity brough them to Israel. Bookseller Inventory # 268421
Book Description NY Doubleday.1961 stated first edition, 1961. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. cloth hard cover.large 8vo. 288 pages.very good copy in very good DUST KACLET. the Story of the Woman who Led A small army of Jewish children from Poland to Israel. Bookseller Inventory # Oct 16 112