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Surviving Hitler

A Boy in the Nazi Death Camps
Narrated by: Aaron Lockman
Length: 2 hrs and 26 mins
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 11-13
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"Think of it as a game, Jack. Play the game right and you might outlast the Nazis."

Caught up in Hitler's Final Solution to annihilate Europe's Jews, 15-year-old Jack Mandelbaum is torn from his family and thrown into the nightmarish world of the concentration camps. Here, simple existence is a constant struggle, and Jack must learn to live hour to hour, day to day. Despite intolerable conditions, he resolves not to hate his captors and vows to see his family again. But even with his strong will to survive, how long can Jack continue to play this life-and-death game?

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  • John Struska
  • 28-09-2020

Heart Touching

This was short. I can not endure much suffering of other, but this was enough to break my heart and know what others had gone through. It was well done. God help us all.

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  • Kikismama
  • 31-10-2017

Succinct Survival Story

Interesting story of how one Jewish man endured the holocaust and lived to later tell of the experience. It is detailed enough to describe the food available in the concentration camps and to imagine initial interactions with Nazi soldiers. it is satisfying to know this man later immigrated to the United States and personally speaks at the beginning of the recording.