By Clara Kramer, Stephen Glantz
“A superlative memoir of survival….Few wartime memoirs exhibit with such harrowing immediacy the evil of the Nazi genocide.”
—Daily Telegraph (London) “One Girl’s tale of Survival,” Clara’s battle is in line with Clara Kramer’s diary of her years spent hiding in an underground bunker with seventeen other folks throughout the Nazi career of Poland. within the vintage vein of The Diary of Anne Frank—a heart-wrenching and encouraging tale of a existence lived in worry and cramped quarters—Clara’s War is a real tale of the Holocaust as instructed by way of a notable younger lady who lived to endure witness.
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