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“Germany was Helen’s homeland; Frankfurt offered the city life that she loved. There was so much to do—go to concerts and plays, share good books with friends, hike and picnic in the forests nearby.” pg 56
“I watched open-mouthed as the men jumped off trucks in the marketplace, fanned out in several directions, and began to smash the windows of every Jewish business in Wittlich.” pg 99
“There were fewer and fewer Jews on the streets of Wittlich. Ever since Kristallnacht, their situation had been growing worse. Jewish businesses had been closed or taken over by Aryans. ” pg 170
Honey its me, your mother
“It didn’t take long for us to see the full truth of our situation. No one pretended any more. We had been brought here to die.” pg 355
“During the night, the German guards disappeared. The next morning, May 9, the gates of our camp were open…the war was over…we were FREE!” pg 567
“Now that she must be both mother and father to Doris, Helen had to decide what route their lives would take.” pg 549
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