Survival in the Shadows: Seven Jews Hidden in Hitler's Berlin by Barbara Lovenheim

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Survival in the Shadows: Seven Jews Hidden in Hitler's Berlin

'“An astonishing tale of lives lived in the lion’s den.” —The Jewish Chronicle   “The courage of the protectors renews one’s faith in the survival of altruism and integrity.” —The Sunday Times   “At times deeply moving, the book shows in a compelling way the variety of attitudes that Germans had toward the Jews and presents dramatic counter-testimony to those who would paint a one-dimensional picture.” —Michael Berenbaum, former director of research, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum    “Harrowing stories of courage under devastating circumstances—this book honors the human spirit in showing real acts of heroism.” —Andrea Dworkin   “Skillfully blends the voices of the survivors with historical information and moral reflection.” —Jewish Book World   “An extraordinary book, skillfully written, about seven ordinary Jews trapped in the belly of the Nazi beast. This must read narrative sheds light on the all too rare mystery of goodness.” —Alan L. Berger, chair of Holocaust studies, Florida Atlantic University “Sobering but extraordinary reading—Barbara Lovenheim has added an important facet to the history of World War II.” —New Zealand Jewish Chronicle'
'“An astonishing tale of lives lived in the lion’s den.” —The Jewish Chronicle   “The courage of the protectors renews one’s faith in the survival of altruism and integrity.” —The Sunday Times   “At times deeply moving, the book shows in a compelling way the variety of attitudes that Germans had toward the Jews and presents dramatic counter-testimony to those who would paint a one-dimensional picture.” —Michael Berenbaum, former director of research, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum    “Harrowing stories of courage under devastating circumstances—this book honors the human spirit in showing real acts of heroism.” —Andrea Dworkin   “Skillfully blends the voices of the survivors with historical information and moral reflection.” —Jewish Book World   “An extraordinary book, skillfully written, about seven ordinary Jews trapped in the belly of the Nazi beast. This must read narrative sheds light on the all too rare mystery of goodness.” —Alan L. Berger, chair of Holocaust studies, Florida Atlantic University “Sobering but extraordinary reading—Barbara Lovenheim has added an important facet to the history of World War II.” —New Zealand Jewish Chronicle'
Publisher: Open Road Media ISBN: 9781504009706 Pages: 233