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Until We Meet Again: A True Story of Love and Survival in the Holocaust
Until We Meet Again
A True Story of Love and Survival in the Holocaust
by Michael Korenblit and Kathleen Janger
Miracle Press: 2001
Description of Book:
1942. A Small town in Poland. Two Jewish families fell to hiding places, hoping to evade deportation by the Nazis. At the last moment, 17-year-old Manya makes the heart-wrenching decision to leave her family and join her sweetheart, Meyer, also 17, with his family. For three long years, Manya and Meyer endure the loss of their parents and siblings, separation from each other, and the horror of concentration camps, including Auschwitz - but are helped at key points by courageous Polish Catholics and are constantly sustained by their faith and their love for each other.
Co-authored by the couple's son Michael, this absorbing and suspenseful narrative reads like a novel, yet tells a true story of love and horror, sacrifice and courage, with a conclusion that is truly miraculous.
"I love my parents as much as any son can, and I have often wished that I could do something to compensate them for their years of sacrifice and love. Well, I am a very fortunate person, for I was able to give back to my parents a part of life they thought was gone forever. While doing the research for this book, we took a number of trips to Europe and Israel. During one of those trips an amazing discovery was made..."
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