|Author:||Howard Roiter,Nahum Kohn|
|Title:||Voice from the Forest: Memoirs of a Jewish Partisan|
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|ePUB size:||1729 kb|
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|Publisher:||Unites States Holocaust (August 1, 1985)|
A Voice from the Forest book. A harrowing, haunting, graphic exploration of the memories of not only a Holocaust survivor, but a Jewish Partisan fighter. Kohn started his own makeshift band of insurgent soldiers to fight against Nazis forces while living in the forest. Over the years, he defied death in a number of miraculous close encounters. He recounts memories of the unimaginable horrors he witnessed in the process. He ultimately emerged as a decorated and renowned Single-handedly, one of the top 5 books I've ever read
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Roiter, Howard, 1939-. memoirs of a Jewish partisan. Statement of responsibility. by Nahum Kohn and Howard Roiter. Roiter, Howard, 1939-.
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