The Story of Blima: A Holocaust Survivor
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About This Book
In 1941, Blima Weisstuch was a young Jewish woman going about her life in a city in Poland.
She paid no heed to the stories about a man named Adolf Hitler, his Nazi Party, and their plan for a world that did not include Jews.
But almost overnight her ordinary life was gone, replaced by a nightmare world of terror and death. Millions of people disappeared into the horror of the Holocaust. But Blima's story survives. It is told here by her daughter, Shirley Russak Wachtel.